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Reciprocity

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Juried by Collaborators Barbara Ciurej + Lindsay Lochman

Exhibition: March 4 - April 3, 2021

Entry Due Date: January 31, 2021

Reciprocity is a relation of mutual dependence, action or influence. In photography, reciprocity refers to the relationship between the aperture (f-stop) and shutter speed, which work dependently and inversely to capture light. It is the key to the perfect exposure.

In reciprocal relationships, like in any collaborative act, ideas and conversations are exchanged, enriching participants intellectually and emotionally. Whether through aesthetic bond, mentor/mentee relationships, friendship, photographer/subject or teacher to student, our pursuits are sustained by these relationships.

To celebrate the reciprocal bonds that enrich our photographic practices, Woman Made Gallery invites women-identified and non-binary artists from the local, national, and international community to pair their photograph with that of another practicing photographer or image maker with whom they are in conversation.  Two- and three-dimensional forms, plus video will be considered.

(Image: "Kitchen Emanations Study 1" by Barbara Ciurej and Lindsay Lochman)

Deadline: 
01/31/2021
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2021 North Louisiana Virtual Residency

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The Ross Lynn Charitable Foundation (RLCF) and the North Central Louisiana Arts Council (NCLAC) are excited to announce the 2021 North Louisiana Virtual Residency. From February 8th to April 2nd, this 8 week online residency will provide the virtual space and rhythm for artists to come together as a community and collaborate in pairs on new work. 

 

During the 2020 North Louisiana Virtual Residency this past summer, we witnessed how the creative process allowed artists to constructively work through the challenges of the early stages of Covid-19 and give voice to their own experience. The residency offered a safe space to respond to the uncharted terrain of the time and foster a communal environment that helped guide their visions in their individual studio practices.

 

Through Zoom Huddles, Discussion Prompts, Shared Resources, Face-to-Face Discussions, a Public Exhibition, and Artist Talk Videos, residents navigate the present challenges of living and making art today. The virtual space of the residency creates a communal and collaborative environment — a sharing of experiences between artists as they process this period of life through their art and in turn give voice and vision to all who experience the collective work.

 

The deadline to apply is Sunday, January 10th at 11:59 pm.

The residency will begin on February 8th and end on April 2nd. 

 

Artists are encouraged to apply as pairs or be willing to join another individual artist for collaboration during the residency. There will be at most 16 artists (8 pairs) selected. The residency is open to artists who are over 18 years old, fluent in English, and have reliable internet access. To apply you will be asked to submit a resume/cv, a proposal, a portfolio showing samples of your art, and agree to pay a $20 (USD) application fee if accepted into the residency.

Deadline: 
01/10/2021
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OPEN CALL - CROSSING, SPACE FOR TRANSFORMATION

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Due to the effects caused by the COVID19 pandemic, the hosting of more than 40 international artists expected for our 2020 residency program at the Centro Negra has been affected.

Faced with this situation, we have decided to start a new initiative. Crossing – Space for transformation is intended for those who need a space to create, hold exhibitions or workshops, focus on analysis and/or promotion of their work, for those who wish to have a coworking office or the ones who want to take a temporary retreat in a space surrounded by nature and a lively artistic community.

We invite all independent creators, entrepreneurs, artists, writers & researchers, cultural agents, audiovisual producers, and people interested in art and nature to check the new possibilities of exchange, collaboration, access to spaces, and resources that our platform is offering.
Your participation will provide support and contribution to the continuity of our project.

Crossing will be active between September 2020 and March 2021. Those interested may choose any of the possibilities offered on our list. Housing can be booked for a period of minimum 2 weeks and maximum 2 months. This initiative is designed to bring together resources, spaces, and knowledge. It facilitates the meeting between people of different origins, backgrounds, and ideas with the common interest of being part of a temporary community based on caring, sharing experiences, and knowledge.

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CoLab Techart Fellowship

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This CoLab TechArt Fellowship is inspired by Jaaga & BeFantastic.in’s resolve to grow the community of techartists and foster creative engagement in leading digital technologies. The Fellowship is offered online and is directed to aspiring techart practitioners from any discipline of art and design. In the challenges of the times, we present the CoLab Fellowship as online program that opens the doors to exciting possibilities in international collaborations.

Supported by Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan Bangalore and British Council’s Architecture and Design Festivals and Biennales grant, this edition of the CoLab Fellowship creates a bridge between Germany, South Asia, UK & India. It is a unique  opportunity for a community of hand-picked international fellows to use the limitations of the current moment to explore and showcase collaborative learning and making with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning technologies. Over a two week period we will spend time synchronously four hours daily, working and dialoging with peers and experts who come in as trainers, provocateurs and facilitators. 

 

Deadline: 
09/30/2020

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Nil
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ARTCONNECT OPEN CALL | CORRESPONDENCE

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Free to apply: Winners will receive 250 EUR, an original, in-depth interview in ARTCONNECT Magazine and be featured on ARTCONNECT's homepage, with over 200,000 views a month, as well as our social media channels — giving your artwork the attention it deserves from our audience of artists, curators, collectors, and cultural influencers.

With this open call 'Correspondence' we want to showcase the power of cooperation and collaboration. By celebrating works that involve two or more artists working together, we bring to the forefront the idea that we are better together and unexpected and exciting things happen when we connect with each other.

Prize summary: 
250 EUR, featured with 200,000+ views
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AWARDS:

2 Projects will be selected to win. They will each receive:

1 x 250 euro cash prizes (to be shared as a group)
1 x Feature in ARTCONNECT Magazine
1 x Virtual studio visit with curator Brunno Silva

In addition, Brunno Silva will select
3 x Honorable Mentions, to be published in ARTCONNECT Magazine and shared on our social media channels.

Deadline: 
06/25/2020

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None
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RAKE COMMUNITY: OPEN CALL

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Calling researchers, writers, data analysts, journalists, activists, academics, scientists, photographers, artists and practitioners of all disciplines to submit to RAKE’s online investigative collaboration initiative.

RAKE Community is an autonomous platform for collaborative investigations, not limited by individuals' locations or positions in the art world. It brings together practitioners across varied fields of expertise to share skills and ideas; building a framework for collaboration and accessible exchange outside of traditional routes or institutions.

We’re looking for participants from all disciplines who want to expand their practise through new processes of research and visual expression. RAKE Community is for practitioners who are self motivated, curious and excited about experimental collaboration and investigation.

Selected practitioners with complementary experience or expertise will be paired together, sharing skills and ideas to produce a collaborative investigative piece. For example, a researcher who works predominantly with written word or data may be coupled with an artist who works predominantly with visual material, and the pair will pursue a socially or politically driven theme based on their shared interests.

Projects will be participant-led, with support from RAKE members via weekly Zoom meetings and regular contact throughout the collaboration. Participants will play a key role in the organisation and production of an online exhibition and virtual event programme in late July, where the work produced will be showcased alongside the second iteration of RAKE’s current investigation We May Meet One Day.

 

Prize summary: 
Work with a professional practitioner to share skills and collaborate on an investigative project to be showcased at an online exhibition and events programme.
Deadline: 
05/25/2020

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