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Artist Interview

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Insights of an Eco Artist is an international art  publication that features selected artists and writers from around the globe with a high focus on contemporary art and those tackling issues of social and ecological justice.

Insights of an Eco Artist Interviews is a way for artists to articulate their vision and promote their work  through a web published art dialogue.

The artists are interviewed by the founder & artist Joana Alarcão to highlight their artistic career and explore how artistic interventions play a crucial role in bringing conversation forward about social political atmospheres and climate issues.

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‘Lovely Things’

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Artist Open calls

 BROUHAHART Presents ‘Lovely Things’

We are now accepting submissions for our Virtual Exhibition ‘Lovely Things’

Any artist from any background can submit any of their work.

There is no charge to submit your application, please feel free to share your work with us.

[A small fee (£29) is applied per artist once they have been selected for the exhibition].

The team will review all applications and the selected works will be announced.

DEADLINE for submissions: 8th December 2022 [6pm London time]

EXHIBITION DATES: 18th - 30th December 2022

‘Lovely Things’ is a 3D Virtual reality Art exhibition, so we do not need physical works of art.

Artists are also free to sell their works, we take 0% commission, and any sale inquiries will be directed back to the artists.

Please email all the following information to brouhaha.vr@gmail.com and quote ‘Lovely Things’ on the subject of your email.

If selected, you will receive an Invoice requesting online payment for submission fee. Per artist, not per artwork.

Works will be judged based on creativity, originality, quality of work, and overall artistic ability. Winners will be chosen based on the quality of single entry as well as quality of overall work.

Submitted works will be promoted to our social media & newsletter if desired.

Copyright Artist retains the sole copyright for the images

Submitted images can be available for public viewing on the BROUHAHAART's website and social media, including in relation to promotional activities for the contest and the business.

All display images will be credited with their artist’s name.

FEES Virtual Gallery • £29 per artist, not per artwork.

Prize Summary: 
Solo virtual exhibition
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We will run an art contest during the exhibition!

1st Prize - Solo virtual exhibition [up to 20 artworks]

2nd Prize - Solo virtual exhibition [up to 15 artworks]

Competition results posted on BROUHAHAART and promoted to our wide-spread social media.

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Online virtual exhibition
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08/December/2022

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£29
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Art Prize 2023

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The G. & A. Mamidakis Foundation invites applications from international artists for the 2023 Art Prize.

The annual art prize supports contemporary artists by offering them the opportunity to create a site specific artwork that will not only become part of the foundation's collection, but will join an important cultural heritage as well.

This year's prize calls for visual artists working in the following fields: painting, sculpture, sound and sculptural installation, mixed media, printmaking, digital art, photographic print, ink print, video, installation, and drawing.

The prize calls for site specific, wall-mounted, large-scale works created to be part of a specific, configured environment; works which narrate an internal path/route, and which can be reference points-landmarks within their exhibition space. Particular emphasis is also placed on the theme of care/eudaimonia, which was the theme of the 2022 G. & A. Mamidakiss Foundation residency program.

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This year, 3 prizes be awarded, with each artist recieving the amount of 7,000 euros, with an additional 7,000 euros made available to each artist for the construction of the work. The selected works will remain on permanent display in Agios Nikolaos, Crete, and will become part of the foundation's art collection.

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10/January/2023

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2024 Exhibition Open Call

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Open Source Gallery is constantly searching for new ideas to bring to our audience. We accept proposals for exhibitions that refer directly to the Open Source mission to observe the social environment that we are surrounded by. We are looking for engaged artists from around the world practicing in any form of media, ranging from painting to installation to performance art.

The current application cycle is open now through Tuesday, November 29, 2022, at 11:59 p.m. ET. Selected artists will be announced in early 2023 for the following year.

Image: Installation view of There from Here by Matthew Jensen

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29/November/2022

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Apex Sculpture Walk – 3rd Annual Outdoor Show

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Sculpture artists are invited to participate in the Town of Apex’s 3rd annual outdoor sculpture show known as the Apex Sculpture Walk, scheduled for April 2023-March 2024. 

This exhibition offers established and emerging professional artists the opportunity to display their sculptures throughout the heart of beautiful downtown Apex, North Carolina. 

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  • Wednesday, January 4, at 11:59pm eastern time

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  • The Town of Apex is a dynamic community dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for its citizens, visitors, and the greater Triangle region. This outdoor Apex Sculpture Walk aims to showcase a variety of outstanding artists and invite the community to engage in a meaningful artistic experience. This exhibit will bring new focus to the already vibrant downtown scene and enhance the connection to the nearby Town Hall campus and Hunter Street Park.  

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  • Sculpture must be an original design.
  • Priority will be given to those sculptures completed within the last three years but other works will be considered.
  • Creativity and innovation of design is encouraged.
  • Sculpture must be suitable for viewing by all ages.
  • Sculpture may not be used for advertisement or to promote businesses or products.
  • Designs must not include any breach of intellectual property, trademarks, brands, business names, corporate or organizational branding or images of drugs.
  • Sculpture can be of any medium, but artists should consider structural and surface soundness and materials that can withstand outside and uncovered weather conditions as well as inherent resistance to theft, vandalism, and excessive maintenance and repair costs. Artists will be required to outline in their proposal their own experience with the material.

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Jean Greer is a public art and design consultant with more than 30 years of experience in local arts development.  She has focused on programs where public artists have created imaginative artworks authentic to the history, identity, or aspirations of place.

She served as VP of Public Art & Design for the Arts & Science Council of Charlotte-Mecklenburg NC and directed the Public Art and Design Program for Broward County in Fort Lauderdale FL.  As a consultant to the NC Arts Council, she served as their Principal Research partner, building the framework for the statewide SmART Initiative that led to the creation of the NCAC SmART Cities/Towns program for arts driven economic development in North Carolina’s cities and towns.

 

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$1,500 Honorarium
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HONORARIA & AWARDS: Selected artists will each receive a $1,500 honorarium to offset transportation, insurance, and other incidental expenses. One artist will be selected by the exhibition juror to receive a $1,500 Best in Show Award, and one artist will be selected by community vote to receive a $1,500 People’s Choice Award.

  • The juror will review all the works on-site before making the final selection.
  • The People’s Choice Award votes will be collected for a 4-8 week period after installation of the sculptures.
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Various Locations Around Apex, NC
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04/January/2023

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Mural Roster - BC & AB muralists

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Mural Roster 

The City of Victoria would like to add to it’s roster of pre-qualified, artists to be available for mural opportunities between April 2023 and October 2025.  

This Roster helps streamline the City’s process for selecting artists for City projects and helps to connect artists with local businesses and organizations looking to enhance their exterior walls with a mural. It will also assist the City in connecting a neighbourhood association or school with an artist to coordinate a community mural project. 

A Selection Panel will choose the approved artists within this competition. Submissions to the Mural Roster will be assessed on an artist’s unique visual storytelling style, their experience creating dynamic murals, collaborating with the community and working on complex mural projects. Artists who are selected for the roster will be included on the City’s Mural Roster webpage. 
 

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The competition is open to mural artists who are current residents of Western Canada (Albera & British Columbia).   
 

Information Session

Interested applicants can join an online Information Session to learn more and ask questions.  

Mural Artist Roster Information Session
Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2022 
Time: 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. 
Location: Online.  
RSVP: Please register via the eventbrite page.

Deadline: 
05/December/2022

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