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Call for Entry: Southwest Contemporary Vol. 5 — Collectivity + Collaboration.

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Southwest Contemporary Vol. 5 — Collectivity + Collaboration.

Guest juror: Darren Jones, U.S. editor-at-large for New Art Examiner and a frequent contributor to Artforum.

Deadline: December 10, 2021, 11:59 pm MT.

Published: March 2022.

Submission Fee: $15.

In SWC’s Spring-Summer 2022 issue, we will look at collectivity and collaboration in art throughout the Southwest, encompassing artists collaborating with other artists, interdisciplinary teams, and artists who work closely with communities, landscapes, materials, or media.

Collectives, collaborations, couples—artistic practice can be a team effort. The worlds of dance, theater, music, and film offer a paradigm of collaborative production with many players in different roles. Established artist studios employ teams of assistants, while young artists band together as collectives and reject hierarchy.

Themes that may come up in collaboration span utopianism, individualism, shared identities, new modes of creation, social structures, and more. In this issue, we will explore the benefits and pitfalls of working together toward common goals.

Who should apply

SWC invites artist collectives, artist couples, performing arts companies, artists involved with interdisciplinary teams, artists with collaborative projects, artists who collaborate with other artists, artists who collaborate with communities, environment, or material to submit work in any media or discipline related to the theme “Collectivity + Collaboration.”

Artists are encouraged to think broadly about the concepts of collaborative and collective modes of work.

Eligibility

Artists (18+), collectives, and organizations residing and working in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Northern Mexico, Texas, or Utah.

Juror: Darren Jones

This call will be juried by Darren Jones, an art critic, editor, and educator.

Jones is a Scottish-American art critic based in Fire Island Pines, New York and Key West, Florida. He is the U.S. editor-at-large for New Art Examiner and a frequent contributor to Artforum. He is the recipient of a Creative Capital/Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant. Darren teaches Curatorial Studies at the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore.

Prize summary: 
Feature in print and online publication
Prizes Details: 

Twelve artists will be selected. Three selected artists will receive a profile article written by an SWC contributor accompanied by multiple images. Nine artists will receive a two-page spread including two to three images and up to 300 words of text. All selected artists will receive a feature on SWC’s newsletter and social media channels and a complimentary print copy.

Deadline: 
10/December/2021

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Fee Detail: 
15
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Calling All Artists: New Member-Exclusive Social Network

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The Creative Basement is an exclusive community for emerging artists. We know how hard it is to find a group of people who just get you... especially when you're an artist who doesn't exactly fit in (or even want to). The Basement is a curated community that fosters growth and success.

All you have to do is apply - if accepted, you will gain access to our platform, where you will be able to, among other things, share your art with the community, collaborate with other members, discuss the latest art news, and be a part of our member-exclusive events.

  • Be part of a curated group of artists with similar goals
  • Share your art + support other artists
  • Discuss contemporary art issues
  • Have access to community-wide collab possibilities
  • Be part of member-exclusive exhibitions 
  • Participate in member-exclusive contests
  • Be invited to member-exclusive retreats
  • ...and much, much more!
Deadline: 
02/February/2022

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Free if you apply before 2/2/22 (launch)
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Flux Factory Open Call 2020

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Deadline: Monday February 3rd, 11:59pm

Flux Factory is a 26 year old non-­profit arts organization, artist collective and international residency program located in Long Island City, Queens, NYC, one subway stop away from Manhattan. We are committed to building a sustainable community for diverse cultural producers, including visual artists, builders, curators, community organizers, chefs, activists, musicians, writers, and others.

We are currently looking for cultural producers of all kinds to join the Flux community for 3 to 9 month residencies. Residencies will begin as soon as April, through the Fall of 2020.

Flux Factory cultivates a spirit of openness and generosity through a unique collaborative and participatory approach to realizing its residency and public programs. Fluxers benefit from an immersive environment that encourages experimentation and peer to peer resource sharing. Residents work together to shape and realize Flux’s expansive programming, proposing and leading exhibitions and educational events. Flux Factory nurtures individual practices by offering professional development opportunities, including one-on-one studio visits, collaborative projects, gallery time and monthly salons.

Our labyrinthine building includes 16 studios, a gallery, silkscreen studio, woodshop, co-working office, communal kitchen, library, and rooftop garden.

Each resident is responsible for their own funding, however Flux Factory will write letters of invitation for grants and other funding opportunities, and share opportunities for additional resources if available.

Deadline: 
03/February/2020

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