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6thAnnual Mbongui Square Festival 2019

Date of Festival: December 20, 21, & 22 
Locations: Shawl Anderson Dance Center (Berkeley) 
& Idora Park Project Space (Oakland)

Mbongui Square Festival promotes the intersectionality of art forms and encourages ethnic diversity. This event creates a bridge between local, national and international artists to enrich the local experience and reinforce the vision of a society that coalesces through the art of dance, music, spoken word poetry, and visual arts.

In the Kongo language of Central Africa, Mbonguiis a place where the community gathers. Mbonguimeans togetherness and it upholds values of hospitality, free speech, justice, equity, and moral societal codes. To learn more about the festival, visit: www.mbonguifest.org/

Kiandanda Dance Theater invites dance, music, spoken word and visual art artists to submit their existing work to be considered for the Mbongui Square Festival in December 2019. 

Participating in this festival provides artists with performance opportunity, publicity, generous tech support, a videographer and photographer to document your performances, as well as hospitality in the spirit of the Mbongui (community).Please, direct any questions to mbonguisf@gmail.com.

Deadline: 
06/15/2019

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$75 Application fee
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Inside Small: Small Works Exhibit NJ

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CALL FOR ARTISTS!

Submission Deadline: Friday July 19, 2019

Exhibit Dates: August 2, 2019 – August 29, 2019

Artists’ Reception: Thursday August 8, 2019, 7:00pm - 9:00pm

ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists age 18 and over in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.  
All two-dimensional artwork is welcome including painting, drawing, photography, collage and printmaking. Artwork must not exceed 10” x 10” (including frame if applicable). Artwork weight limited to 15 lbs. Artwork must have been completed within the past three years. Artwork MUST be ready to hang. All artwork must remain on display for the duration of the exhibit with no exceptions.

FEE: There is no entry fee. ​

SUBMISSION: Artists may submit a maximum of 3 entries for consideration. Deadline: July 19, 2019.

Completed Entry Form must be included with all art submissions and emailed to: insidesmall@outlook.com 

Curator: Lisa D'Amico, MFA, PhD

Deadline: 
07/19/2019

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Deadline for Submissions: Open City Documentary Festival 2019

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Submissions for Open City Documentary Festival 2019 are now open. We're looking for the most exciting and innovative non-fiction storytelling in short, mid-length and feature length documentaries, short audio documentaries, as well as cross-media projects (VR/AR/XR).

Open City Documentary Festival creates an open space in London to nurture and champion the art of creative documentary and non-fiction filmmakers, and over 4,000 people attended last year's festival to enjoy some of the very best in contemporary and international documentary.

Prizes are awarded in three categories: Open City Award, Best Emerging International Filmmaker Award, and Best UK Short Award (supported by the British Council).

In 2018, the feature prize winners were awarded a £750 cash prize, with the Best UK Short Award winner receiving mentorship and financial support for festival travel from the British Council. 2019 prizes will be announced soon.

Deadline is April 23rd 2019.

Deadline: 
04/23/2019

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$16-34
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Global Indigenous Voices - calling for playwrights

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Global Voices is an UK based theatre project working with international playwrights to share new rehearsed readings. We are joining forces with Border Crossings’ ORIGINS Festival to present Global Indigenous Voices.

Curated by Mohegan theatre-maker Madeline Sayet, the evening will feature excerpts from five plays by Indigenous writers from around the world, and a post-performance discussion about the plays and the themes unearthed.  

We welcome submissions from all Indigenous writers.

The performances of rehearsed excerpts will be taking place on Thursday 13th June 2019 at the British Library in London. 

We are looking for plays from contexts beyond the UK; exploring issues and settings that audiences might not otherwise see in London theatres. 

Plays can be any length, and with any number of characters; and must be in, or translated into, English.

If you are submitting a play that has been translated and if the play or translation is still under copyright, you must ensure that both the playwright and the translator (or the relevant rights-holders) give their authorisation for the translation to be submitted and to participate. This is a paid opportunity.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: 5pm GMT, 1st May 2019

This is a paid opportunity. The event is funded by Arts Council England.

Deadline: 
05/01/2019

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Mountain Photography Residency | Mountain Culture

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Overview

The Mountain Photography Residency provides an opportunity for photographers to learn how to tell compelling visual narratives through images. The program examines photography and its methodologies, processes, and uses when working in mountain or wilderness communities with deep ecological history, cultural history, or spiritual significance.  

Participants will explore how artistic practice can change in relation to our shifting and evolving sense of self in today’s world. They will also reflect on the communities with which we identify, participate, and create – as well as the vital cultural significance of human connection through land, the outdoors, story, culture and art.

Individualized interaction with celebrated photographer Ace Kvale and guest faculty will allow participants to address aspects of the creative process, storytelling, and culturein their artistic work. The program is designed to support participants’ creative process with a goal of establishing cultural and ecological accountability, responsibility, and awareness. 

What does the program offer?

The Mountain Photography Residency offers structured time for photographers, with an interest in cultural landscape and the outdoors, to create work and discuss pertinent themes related to culture and the outdoor industry. Through peer interaction, discussion groups, field work, lectures, and community visits, participants gain new ideas and insights that can be applied to creative exploration of their work and professional development.    

Photographers will receive direct mentorship on research practices and methodologies that support the creation of new work. They will also engage in critical analysis of methods of production, cultural engagement, and use of artistic work in promoting protecting communities, culture, and the environment.

Who should apply?

This program is designed for photographers exploring mountain and wilderness themes and cultivating new directions in their work, as well as experimenting with production techniques. 

We welcome applications from photographers who have an interest in documenting and protecting communities, cultures, and the environment, as well as those who are involved in shaping community transformation by amplifying marginalized stories and voices. 

Applicants should have an interest in relationship building, culture, landscape, natural history, geography, and photography, as well as a desire to create in a community of peers.

Dates: August 31 - September 07, 2019

Fees & Financial Assistance

Program Fee: $2 646.90+GST
Program Fee with Financial Aid: $1 646.90+GST*

*Financial Aid up to 50% of the program fee may be available

What's Included

  • Single Room
  • Regular Meal Plan
  • Gym Membership
  • Paul D. Fleck Library and Archives
  • Box Office Discounts
  • Participant Resources
  • Showcase Your Work
Deadline: 
06/26/2019

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$65
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30th Annual Juried Competition

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The Juried Competition is open internationally to artists 18 and older. Only original work, created in the last two (2) years, and not previously shown at the Center for the Arts, Dalton Gallery will be accepted. All forms of media are eligible, including video. 

JUROR | Amy Herman
Goodyear Arts, Co-Director
Amy Herman is an artist based in Charlotte, North Carolina. She received her MFA in Photography from Columbia College Chicago, and her BFA in Fine Art from Michigan State University. Her photographs have been shown on the international level and are included in the permanent collections of the Kiyosota Museum of Photography, Cassilhaus, and The Museum of Fine Arts Houston. She teaches photography at Central Piedmont Community College and co-directs Goodyear Arts.

Deadline: 
05/17/2019

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$30-$60
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