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LandEscape Now! Open Call for Artists, 10th Edition 2019

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LandEscape is launching the 10th edition of “LandEscape Now!”, an open art event that will once again introduce nine artists in various fine arts disciplines, with the goal of discovering talented creatives from around the world and supporting their art activities.

LandEscape is a career-enhancing opportunity for established and emerging artists to engage in professional critique and artistic introspection, to open the dialogue between artists and audience, between thoughts and their articulation

The current edition aims to advance artistic practice by encouraging applicants to investigate the nature of their creative process and focuses more particularly on the theme of landscape in all the accepted meanings and the recognition of the fundamental role which surroundings of any kind have in the composition of an artwork. Selected participants will be featured in the special edition of LandEscape. The theme of landscape will be a recurring one but not the only one, since LandEscape is open to a large variety of disciplines including, but not limited to:

•   Painting
•   Fine Art Photography
•   Video Art
•   Installation
•   Performative Arts
•   Mixed media
•   Public Art

There are no entry fees and the contest is open to worldwide artists as well as groups of artists and performers.

Deadline: 
05/31/2019
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No application fee
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Call for Artists - Wotisart #26 (May 2019)

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Wotisart is a portfolio magazine. Our goal is to allow unknown artists an avenue to show their work and gain some recognition in the industry and also to answer the question... What is art? We are now taking entries for the May issue of Wotisart?

Brief: send us a large digital image of your work (the bigger the better). Also send us any information you think is relevant. 

Deadline: 28 April 2019

Deadline: 
04/28/2019
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Free
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BARTR artist-in-residence

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BARTR is an annual interdisciplinary residency run by an independent collective in Budapest. It is an urban based, open plan program that focuses on underground artistic and cultural movements significant to Hungary and the Central European Area. Each session is 11 weeks long and hosts 10–15 residents at one time.
The program is characterized by an open, decentralized structure. Studios are located in different spaces through the central districts of the city, the exhibition takes place in more than one venue, and collaboration with other artists, studios, and civil organisations is encouraged and facilitated, for those residents who are interested. 
In addition to residents’ self-directed work, a program of workshops aims to encourage collaboration, extend artistic practice and work towards a series of pieces to be exhibited during the final show. The workshops are focussed on two movements central to underground cultural expression: print/zine culture, and experimental and DIY audio and sound.

Outcome 

Artists are expected to participate in the workshops, weekly studio visits, and exhibit their works in the final exhibition. Residents that choose to take part in the print focused workshops will participate in a collaborative printed publication in addition to the exhibition.

Accommodation Information 

Residents will be accommodated in central, flat-share style apartments with private rooms, self-catering facilities, shared bathrooms and fast wifi access. Each flat will host 2–4 artists.

Studio Information 

Residents have access to well-equipped and spacious shared studios for the duration of the residency. A range of sizes are available. The studios are assigned based on the requirements of each artist, in discussion with the organisers.

Deadline: 
04/01/2019
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"Black & White and a hint of color"

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“Black & White and a hint of color”

International Juried Exhibition

June 21-July 28, 2019

Deadline for entry May 20, 2019

Call for artwork that is mainly black and white with tolerance for a minimal sidestep of color. Color, if used, should enhance the black and white theme. Open to all media. $800 in awards.

Deadline: 
05/20/2019
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$25
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Call for digital motion artists. Paid opportunity! URGENT!

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Looking for good quality motion digital art for paid art streaming channels on Apple TV, Android TV and Amazon Fire. 

Channels to be sold privately to business for a commercial license. 

More details via email.

Deadline: 
03/08/2019
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The Freedom of Abstraction

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The Freedom of Abstraction
May 3, 2019 – June 1, 2019

The rise of abstraction meant freedom from the strictures and constraints of naturalism and representation. For some, it means stripping away the visual irrelevancies of nature in order to explore different subjects, an exploration of the artist’s own imagination, or finding the essential qualities a form observed in the real world. The freedom of abstraction rests on a paradox: the liberation of non-objective art often meant the new focus on order, form, and purity.

ABOUT THE JUROR:
Julia Halperin is executive editor of artnet News, where she oversees editorial operations for the world’s most widely read art news site and manages a staff of editors and writers in London, Berlin, and New York. Previously, she served as museums editor of The Art Newspaper, where she oversaw international coverage of museums and other major art institutions, and as news editor of Art + Auction magazine. Her writing has appeared in WIRED magazine, the New York Observer, and New Yorkmagazine. Halperin holds a BA in art history and English literature from Columbia University.

Deadline: 
03/12/2019
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$35.00
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