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Hogue: 125 Inspired Oklahoma Landscapes

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The University of Tulsa's School of Art, Design and Art History is pleased to announce a Call for Entry to the Alexandre Hogue 125: Inspired Juried Exhibition. This exhibition is inspired by Hogue's reverence for nature and the sense of identity found within it. It celebrates portrayals of Oklahoma's physical and cultural landscapes which include political, social, environmental, or interpersonal influences that shape who we are.

Prize Summary: 
Daughter of Alexandre Hogue, Olivia Hogue Mariño, will select cash Prize winner.
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2930 E 5th St, Tulsa, OK 74104
Deadline: 
01/November/2022

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Cross-Cultural Collaboration

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Cross-Cultural Collaboration

Collaboration between African Artists and European Artists

 

Art is dynamic. Art heals, connects, and evolves.

Art gives humans a sense of community and belonging. We at .Lab believe deeply in these values as well as in decentralization and diversity! We are experimenters within a digital environment and explore its enormous possibilities. Such possibilities of artistic collaborations can redefine the art world–they go against individualism and the glorification of the isolated artist. At .Lab we harbor principles of creativity through community; we want to kindle conversations and inspire dialogues. This is why we created this project, Cross-Cultural Collaboration (CCC).

For each open call, we invite one European artist and one African artist, specifically from countries with a shared colonial past, to collaborate artistically. The choice of pairing countries with a colonial history aims to ignite meaningful conversations. The historical entwinement also provides a common ground for the artists to start their projects. Both countries (and the selected artists) will often share the same language, contributing not only as an aid for connection but also as a tool for creation.  

For our second open call, we are looking for one German artist and one Namibian Artist. The artists are chosen individually by a jury of team members at .Lab. During the month of June, these artists will get to know each other through online meetings and activities mediated by a third party. And eventually, they will start creating an artistic project. The outcome of this collaboration is open-ended–it could produce an online exhibition, a presentation, or whatever the artists feel is appropriate for their work. 

We intend to support artists and create connections and learning opportunities in our shared, safe environment. We will achieve this by preserving and empowering the voice of both artists’ perspectives while engaging in global and intersectional discourses. This might seem like a challenge, but opportunities such as this have the potential to create significant discourse. The team at .Lab will mediate and help the artists work through the issues and conflicts that might come from virtual and geographically distant interactions. By connecting artists from these two continents, we are sparking interesting conversations and paving the way for a more unified future. 

 

Guidelines

  • Must be a citizen and resident of Germany or Namibia.
  • There is no age limit.
  • Visual artists, new media artists, multidisciplinary artists, curators, etc. are all encouraged to apply.
  • Must have access to a computer and internet.
  • Must be available to attend virtual meetings with guest faculties, mentoring sessions, daily check-ins and activities. The participants are asked to submit materials weekly, documenting works in progress for our various social media channels.
  • Each participant is expected to be prepared to dedicate time each day for research and creation. The participants must be in close contact to think and create a project around the artistic aspects and concepts that tied their work.
  • Though not required, we highly recommend joining .Lab’s Discord server.

Remuneration:

  • The selected artists will each receive a stipend of €600
  • The work of the participants will be visible across .Lab’s platforms

Applications should include the following:

  • Why do you want to participate in this collaboration, what are your intentions, and proposals on how you would like to participate in a collaboration? (max. 4000 characters)
  • Examples of your work with appropriate captions (title, place, material, dimensions as appropriate). These can be images or links to online sources. (max. 10 MB)
  • Biography (max. 1000 characters)
  • Profile photo (max. 5 MB)
  • Contact information (name, email, phone, website and home address).

 

Please note that any kind of hate speech and discriminatory content will not be tolerated.

 

The deadline for applications is May 18th, 2022. Selected artists will be announced and contacted via email by May 23th, 2022.

The selection committee is composed of the .Lab team.

 

Fill out the application OR send all the required information to crossculturalcollaboration.ccc@gmail.com

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the application or the project, please contact us at crossculturalcollaboration.ccc@gmail.com

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18/May/2022

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ARCUS Research 2022

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ARCUS Research 2022 
NEW residency program 

Call For Applications

We are pleased to announce that ARCUS Project will launch a short-term residency program, ARCUS Research, starting in June 2022. While this new program is separated from the existing artist-in-residence, ARCUS Research is a self-directed program that enables not only artists but also curators, researchers, writers, and practitioners in the cultural field to focus on in-depth research and engage in creative discourses and activities. Located between Tokyo and Mt. Tsukuba, the participants can enjoy the dynamic yet solitary working space without interruption in a supportive environment to nurture and unwind the creative process. Located in an hour from Tokyo and close to Mt. Tsukuba, ARCUS Research provides a calm environment and working space where participants can reflect and unwind the creative process.

The program offers a one or two months residency period from June to August 2022. The application deadline is December 24, 2021. Please read through the application guideline. We look forward to receiving your application.

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24/December/2021

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Online + Gallery
Submission Deadline: Aug 8
Exhibition: September 2 - 30, 2021
Artist Notification:  Aug. 16, 2021
Art Delivery: Aug. 26 to August 30 
Commission: 65% Artist, 35% Gallery
$35 for up to 3 images

For this exhibition Las Laguna Art Gallery is asking artists to explore the notion of cultural and pop icons. 
A cultural icon is an object made by a human being that is identified by members of a culture as representative of that culture or a physical thing such as the national tree, flower or pastime. Pop icons can be movie stars, recording stars, athletes, or people throughout history that did something notable and are remembered long after their passing.

Acceptable mediums include: Acrylic, Airbrush, Charcoal, Collage, Color Pencil, Computer Art, Digital Art, Digital Photography, Drawings, Encaustic, Fiber Arts, Glass Art, Graphite, Illustration, Mixed Media, New Media, Oil, Pastel, Pen and Ink, Photo Assemblage, Printmaking, Sculpture, Traditional Photography, Video, and Watercolor.

Note: All artists who submit to this show will be accepted and have at least one of their submitted works posted and promoted on our website.

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08/August/2021

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$35 for up to 3 images
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