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Open Call for Visual Arts

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Submissions are open for our Spring Issue 4

- we want your authentic art and story

- all mediums except video are welcome

- everyone is welcome to apply

- we are trying to include everyone who is submitting

- online + print magazine

- artist blog & artist registry

- all guidelines: www.goddessartsmag.com

- Deadline: March 15

- 20 € (print + online + social media promotion)

. 25 € (print + online + blog feature + social media promotion

About the Magazine:

With this magazine we want to give artists from all over the world the possibility to show their art and for people to get to know you and your story. Everyone is welcome: self-taught, beginners, emerging, mid-career, establised, young, old.

We know that the art world can be difficult and exploitative. For this reason we would like to establish warm, honest, appreciative and long-term contacts. Our goal is also to continuously develop Goddessarts Mag and to offer a blog section where you can openly talk about your art journey, hardships and success or your experiences. 

​This magazine wants to focus on colorful, cheerful, energetic, powerful and empowering art. With your accounts and your art we aim to encourage people, give them support and make them feel welcome, respected and valued. We hope that you discover a new favorite artist, submit your own work or learn something new that can empower you on your creative journey. 

We belive that art forms your character and has the power to make us more sensitive, more open-minded and more attentive. Because we feel that it is the responsibility of everyone to contribute something to the world, no matter how small, we are also inviting humanitarian and environmental organizations to inform the community about their work and projects. We also learned that giving back is a priority for us and we are passionate about donating to good causes in support of our society.

 WHAT WE HAVE ACHIEVED SO FAR

The Goddessarts Magazine has featured incredible, powerful, and most inspiring artists from all over the world and our creative community is continuously growing.

Artists have contributed immensely by telling their unique, honest, and empowering stories, thereby giving other artists insights, inspiration, and the feeling of empowerment. Another beautiful effect we could notice is that many artists started to discover fellow artists, followed them, and kept supporting them, sometimes even started a collaboration.

​We have received many kind, warm and appreciative messages and we have had many wonderful conversations, either via e-mail, chat or even voice message. We learned that several artists got interviews by other magazines or blogs because they were discovered on our page, and we got the feedback that through our community creatives got new ideas or inspirations for other projects. This amazing snowball effect has been going on and will continue thanks to your contribution.

​With every issue and that means with every submission, we have been able to support humanitarian organizations. With our first issue we supported the female rights organization Terres des Femmes, with our second issue we could help Plant for the Planet to realize re-forestation projects and with our third issue we decided to contribute a share to Handicats, an institution specialized in helping and taking care of disabled, injured, and violated cats.

Deadline: 
15/March/2022

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25 Euros
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OPEN CALL: Remote digital residency - ENTER

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This past year saw a surfeit of digital interactions, spaces, and communication in our online worlds. Poor internet connections, unfriendly interfaces and privacy concerns are among the issues we face as users of online platforms. This open call seeks to question how an alternative digital space could look and feel.

In line with these issues, Enter asks you:

How would you redesign the tools, visual design and interactions of Enter, in order to create and alter intimate, human-focused online interaction in the platform?

We call upon all thinkers and creators with experience in digital culture to apply!

Click here to find more about ENTER: https://enterplatform.hetnieuweinstituut.nl/en 

Enter is a video conferencing platform for online and hybrid events in the cultural field, developed by Het Nieuwe Instituut. Enter combines ongoing experimental design and development with critical reflection on the implications of online platforms. There are many assumptions built into existing platforms such as Zoom and Facebook, without the possibility for users to appropriate any of these tools. The focus of Enter is on finding more human-centred ways to present online and hybrid cultural programming, addressing a range of use cases in the cultural field. The platform has been in development since April 2020 and currently hosts artist residencies, collaborative research projects, live streams, online event recordings and small group meetings.

For this online residency, you will be working with the Enter project team, all of whom have trained as artists and share an experimental approach to design. Together with our team, you will create an artwork as a separate ‘room’ in Enter, that will be available to an online audience for the duration of the exhibition Temporary House of Home. This residency is a chance for us all to experiment and together see how we can devise a new digital platform for communities and networks. If it ‘breaks’ or falls apart, we also see that as a worthwhile experiment.

Prizes Details: 

This is a remote residency. A stipend of  €1,500 will be provided for the resident. 

Deadline: 
20/December/2021
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AlUla Design Award

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A New Legacy of Design,

Inspired by AlUla

The AlUla Design Award (ADA) recognises exceptional design inspired by the heritage, landscapes, and artistic legacies of AlUla.

The first edition of the AlUla Design Award is an Open Call that invites established and emerging designers to conceptualize and propose exceptional items for two tracks: Premium Retail and VIP Gifting. Submissions will be evaluated by a Jury of recognised leaders from the world of design. Shortlisted design proposals will be commissioned, supported in their production and promoted within AlUla and its network of influential and high profile online and international activities.

Prizes Details: 
  • Recognition Award
  • Invitation to the Award Ceremony 
  • RCU to purchase stock of the winning designs for Retail & VIP Gifting (a set cash prize that is allocated to the production of the items and purchase of VIP gifts).
  • ADA logo on winner packaging
  • Design, product and designer highlighted through communication channels
Deadline: 
30/December/2021

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Open Call for Artwork

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We are looking for artwork to share on our social media profiles to help develop a community of amazingly talented artists. Get in touch and share with us your artwork for a chance to be featured. 

 

Always more art is a growing community of current and recent graduates as well as artists who are practicing in their own space. We are always on the look out for new and different art work from a range of mediums including but not limited to: Photography, Painting, sculpture, Textiles and much more. More details and information about Always More Art can be found on our website and Instagram. 

 

We look forward to seeing your work!

Deadline: 
30/November/2021

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BASICS - 14th International Design Contest Trieste Contemporanea

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Set up in 1995, the Trieste Contemporanea International Design Contest is advertised every two years by the Trieste Contemporanea Committee and it is open to designers from the 17 Central Eastern European Countries adehering to the CEI and from the Baltic Countries, Austria, Kosovo, Germany and Turkey.

The 2021 edition, under the auspices of CEI (Central European Initiative), aims to reflect on individual contribution we can make to sustainable development. Basic issues of concern are how to effectively change ourselves and increase our responsibility to others and to our planet. 
Once the participation terms are up, an international jury selects among the most interesting works the winners and a number of projects shown in a conclusive exhibition in Trieste, Italy.

Designers from 24 Central Eastern European countries are called to propose and design a basic object fit for serviceable use, iconic of the process of change underway. Contestants are asked to conceive an original and innovative item of contemporary design taking into account sustainable development objectives, while reflecting on new meanings and purposes, which also objects and tools take when addressing sustainable goals or facing contingencies (e.g. as it occurs during an unprecedented outbreak).

The contest is promoted by the Trieste Contemporanea Committee and is under the auspices of the C.E.I. (Central European Initiative).

Prize summary: 
Three prizes of a total amount of € 8,000 will be awarded
Prizes Details: 

BEBA PRIZE 2021, for the youngest designer individually participating, among those selected: € 1000.
CEI PRIZE 2021, for the best design from one of the non-EU CEI countries: € 3000.
GILLO DORFLES PRIZE / FIRST PRIZE TRIESTE CONTEMPORANEA 2021, for the best design 2021: € 4000.

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27/February/2022

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Becontree Estate August Residency

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AVAILABLE    

Sunday 8th August - Monday 30th August 2021

Application deadline: 

Wednesday 28th July 6pm 

3 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, living room, generous garden

 

Hypha Studios & Becontree Forever are looking for a creative practitioner to live in & make use of this house to develop their practice, explore new ideas or create a new project. The space is provided for free* along with an artist fee & small grant towards your public event or community engagement.

 

You are welcome to bring family members with you on your residency & to treat the house as your home for the duration. You may wish to use one of the bedrooms as a studio, or create work within and around the whole building. *we provide the space for free but you have to put down a deposit which you get back when you leave the property on time and in good condition We welcome your inventiveness in your use of the space & how it can support you develop your practice.

 

Perhaps you want to make a part studio / part gallery, or develop a horticulture-related project in the garden, maybe you want to turn a room into a collaborative workshop, or develop a theatrical performance. You may want to make work about the entire estate, or just a tiny physical detail of the house’s fabric.

 

All we ask is that you consider the following:

A site-responsive proposal though we encourage a broad interpretation of what “site” is to you & could include the architecture, social history, garden, archive or more

Community involvement which can be from any local community you identify & can be involved in your research, development, or public event

Your public event proposal as a critical element of your application, please give creative consideration  to this, who it will be for, & how it weaves with your creative practice

 

The Becontree Estate, in the borough of Barking & Dagenham, was the largest public housing estate in the world when it was constructed between 1921 & 1935. In total, it is over 26,000 homes to a ‘garden city’ model. Your work on this residency could consider the radical roots of the estate, seek to be part of the dialogue with existing communities, or help inform its future story.

 

BECONTREE FOREVER:

Becontree Forever is a year-long program of art, architecture & new infrastructure to mark 100 years of the Becontree Estate. It is led by the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, in collaboration with residents and local partners such as the schools on the estate, Arc Theatre, Barking & Dagenham Youth Dance, East End Women’s Museum, Girls Like Us, Green Shoes Arts, Love Music Hate Racism, Studio 3 Arts, Soul and Sound & The White House, with national partners such as Create London, EFG London Jazz Festival, Focal Point Gallery, Serpentine Galleries & the Wellcome Trust.

 

We are committed to communities and culture.

The council have allocated this house as a space for the integration of culture into the estate for the duration of the Becontree Forever centenary celebrations, to further understanding of the architecture and histories of the estate, and as a central space for local communities to participate in culture. It has been used by other artists, and after the completion of these Hypha Studios residencies the house will be refurbished and returned to the local housing stock in Autumn 2021.

Public engagement is critical to the mission of this project and we ask you to deeply consider how you will involve local residents, schools or other groups within the creation of your work or in the public events. Support will be available to help you connect to local communities as your idea requires in order to best celebrate the estate’s history and community’s future through culture.

Deadline: 
28/July/2021
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