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Open Call: Six Minutes Past Nine (9’6”) Pilot Digital Residency Program

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Call for submissions for a virtual residency opportunity centered around moving-image and third space. 

The moving image mimics and relays the accelerated motion of today’s world. It has the potential to not only mirror the present moment, but to reconstitute experience into the digital and the metamorphic. The moving image can look into the future, imagine and reify the movement of signs and symbols existent in our imaginations of what is to come.

 

Closing date for applications: 16th May 2022 5pm

Residency period: 30th May 2022 - 22nd July 2022 (With possibility to extend)

 

Open call:

We’re inviting 1 or more artists or collaborative groups who work with moving image to submit their interest in developing work (new or already created) within an open and experimental digital environment as part of Six Minute Past Nine’s exciting 8-week pilot residency.

The work itself does not need to be digitally or technologically focused but we are looking for submissions with a focus of using the space in interesting and experimental ways.

The selected artist or group will receive a digital residency space within the New Art City platform, in which they are free to experiment and explore the use of the space in presenting moving image practices. 

The artist or group’s work will be promoted on Six Minutes Past Nine channels and will have the opportunity to publish and promote the final virtual residency space. 

As part of the residency program, Six Minutes Past Nine will invite you to a symposium in the UK in 2022, which will include talks, discussions and screenings centered around moving image and third space opportunities.

Please note that the selected artist or group will not be expected to engage with the residency space for a specific number of hours - it is up to you how you use the space. We are looking for individuals who are passionate about their practice and who will be excited by the opportunity to work within an expansive digital platform as well as helping us to develop and understand artist support needs.

 

About Six Minutes Past Nine (9’6”):

Six Minutes Past Nine is an explorative third space platform which exists to promote radical understandings of the moving image, and aims to nurture and promote ground-breaking moving image artworks through supporting the development of moving image artists and research across the UK and internationally.

 

About New Art City:

“New Art City is a virtual exhibition toolkit for new media art with a focus on copresence and experiencing digital art together.” More information can be found on New Art City’s website.

 

Selected artist or group will receive:

A residency space in New Art City for the development of the artist’s digital practice (usually costs £15pm).

An artist’s bursary of £100.

The opportunity to publish the residency space on the New Art City platform.

Feedback and technical support from Six Minutes Past Nine’s project co-ordinator and co-curator.

Technical support from New Art City through their discord channel

The opportunity to network with other UK based and international artists working in moving image. 

Inclusion in the digital programme across social media platforms and the Six Minutes Past Nine website.

Invitation to Six Minutes Past Nine symposium.

The opportunity to be a formative influence on shaping the Six Minutes Past Nine platform for future residencies.

The opportunity to be part of the Six Minutes Past Nine community.

 

Submission:

Full name.

Email address. 

Relevant online presence (Instagram, Twitter, website etc.)

Examples (1-3) of moving image work (Links to YouTube, Vimeo or other online platform).

Titles and length of work submitted.

Description(s) of work submitted. If submitting more than one work, you can describe works in general, or individually, but please stay under 200 words in total.

A 150-300 Word artist statement describing 

Eligibility:

The open call is open to emerging, early career or established artists working in moving image. Applicants must be 18+. Collaborative applications and collectives are also welcome. 

Submissions must be existing moving image works, or proposals for moving image works alongside your existing portfolio. The only requirement for successful applicants is that they have an existing artistic practice which focuses around or includes moving-image.  
 

Inclusion and Diversity:

Six Minutes Past Nine is dedicated to equality and diversity in all aspects of its platform. We encourage submissions from moving image artists of all background, ages, genders, socio-economic backgrounds, ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations, people with neurodiversities and identify as having a disability. 

 

Your information will be kept securely in line with General Data Protection Regulations.

If you have any questions about the Six Minutes Past Nine platform or the submission or any additional requirements please send an email to the email address provided.

Prize Summary: 
Bursary of £100
Prizes Details: 

The successful artist/group will receive a bursary of £100.

Deadline: 
16/May/2022
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Open Call: Fiction Beyond Nonfiction

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The Li Tang Gallery is currently accepting submissions for an online group show – Fiction Beyond Nonfiction. We are keen to present a platform for artists working across disciplines to share their evolving visions of how digital and technology impact their practice. Subjects might include – but are not limited to – the ecosystem, social justice, decolonization, climate change, immigration, lifestyle, under-represented communities, and sustainability.

Artists at any stage of their career are invited to submit their work for consideration by our guest jury judge panel. The online group exhibition will be curated by the Li Tang team and promoted on Li Tang Gallery’s website, social media, and press coverage in both the United States and China.

 

Deadline  

May 8, 2022

 

Submission Fee

Free of charge

 

Eligibility

Open to all artists 18 years and older from all over the world.

All visual art media will be considered.

Artwork must be original. We do not take responsibility for copyright violations.

 

Submit

Up to 5 images and/ or 1 video.

Brief bio/ artist statement 

CV

Portfolio website

Social media handles (if applicable)

Submitted images must be labeled as follows:

Firstname_Lastname_Title_Medium_Dimensions_Year. jpeg 

Jpeg files should not exceed 1MB. Selected artists will be contacted for high resolution images. 

For video submission, we accept time-based artwork or kinetic works that need to be presented in videos. Video submissions should be limited to 2 min. For security reasons, we don’t open sites with passwords or download attachments from the web.

We do not accept submissions via emails.

 

Timeline

Submissions will be accepted until May 8, 2022 24:00 EST

Selected artists will be notified by May 20, 2022

Exhibition opens May 23, 2022

Exhibition closes July 31, 2022

Deadline: 
08/May/2022

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
Free of Charge
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OPERA AND THEATRE IN SEARCH OF ARTISTIC-DIGITAL FORMATS AND REALMS OF EXPERIENCE

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The analogue world offers opera and theatre unlimited possibilities. With performing artists, music and design, the most varied realms of experience can be conjured on an empty stage in the here and now. But what new (virtual) spaces can be explored by incorporating the digital dimension? The Komische Oper Berlin (KOB) and the Berliner Ensemble (BE) are interested in developing artistic formats that merge new technologies with the classical elements, capabilities and resources of theatre and opera.

To this end KOB and BE are calling for proposals, of which the winning submission will be realised as part of the Spielr ume project. The proposals submitted should be artistic projects that create new formats of theatrical experience in a sustainable and innovative way using digital technologies.

Specifically the KOB and BE are seeking formats that combine the analogue and digital sphere while producing a staged narrative work with actors, singers and/or musicians that also incorporates the live theatre experience. The focus is on formats that can be considered hybrids, amalgamating the analogue tools of theatre and opera with new digital technologies. The preference is for large-format artistic projects that can be realised in a way that involves the ensembles of the BE and the KOB. The resulting production does not have to be suitable for the repertoire, but can also be a temporary installation or a one-off event (that does not necessarily have to conform to the usual time frame of a theatre performance). The production can be realised on the premises of the Berliner Ensemble, but public or other spaces are also conceivable locations. Ideally, the format should be accessible to as wide an audience as possible (installations for individuals or small audiences should be avoided if possible). There are no specifications regarding subject matter: a narrative exploration of contemporary issues and material is as acceptable as research projects, the interpretation of classic works or a critique of the technologies applied.

This call for proposals is part of the collaborative project Spielr ume, which is funded by the Digital Culture Programme of the Kulturstiftung des Bundes (German Federal Cultural Foundation) and by the Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien (Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media).

Prize Summary: 
120.00,00€ Production Budget
Prizes Details: 

A production budget of € 120,000 (gross) is available for the winning proposal.
Internal operating costs will be borne by the KOB and the BE as an in-house effort, provided they have been duly prearranged, are the venues themselves (BE indoor, outdoor) including their technical equipment as well as, for example, the involvement of both ensembles (actors, singers, chorus, orchestra), the support of technical personnel, in-house staff and key technology managers, marketing and communications, ticketing.
Any expenditure exceeding this must be listed in the budget.

Deadline: 
31/March/2022

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2022 Alternate Realities Commission

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Open call for applications to the 2022 Sheffield DocFest Alternate Realities Commission

Up to £15k funding, curatorial, production and marketing support is available for an artist or collective to create/complete a new, non-fiction digital project. The succesful proposal will exhibit at Site Gallery during Sheffield DocFest 2022 (23-28 June).

This open call is for artists who work in digital non-fiction, create immersive experiences or experiment with new technologies. We encourage applications from debut, emerging and established artists and collectives from the UK and internationally.

Who can we support?

  • We welcome applications from artists based in the UK and internationally
  • Applicants must be able to demonstrate a strong commitment to innovation in digital storytelling in the realm of non-fiction
  • Evidence of a strong body of artistic work, including a proven track record of recent work, projects, exhibitions, publishing, and/or commissions is desirable, but not essential as this is completion funding
  • The panel is open to projects that may have already started or are in production, providing we are made aware of any other partners or funding bodies involved in the project
  • It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to secure clearance from the copyright holders of any copyrighted materials included within the submitted projects. Sheffield DocFest will not be held responsible for the unauthorised inclusion of any copyrighted materials within or related to the submitted application.

The commission is made possible with thanks to the generous support of Arts Council England and Site Gallery.

Prize Summary: 
Up to £15k complete funding for an artist or collective from anywhere around the world
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How can we support you?

The selected proposal will be awarded up to £15,000 to cover artist fees, production costs and expenses. Travel (including international flights) and accommodation for the selected artist(s) to install their work and participate in our Alternate Realities programme at the Festival will come from this fund.

The selected winner cannot use the funding to build a marketing campaign for an existing work. Both Sheffield DocFest and Site Gallery will provide marketing support and expertise to promote the Commissioned work. 

We will support display costs through securing the venue and basic AV equipment (subject to technical requirements) and we will also provide the technical support needed to exhibit the work as part of the festival. Sheffield DocFest will act as Executive Producer and we will offer curatorial and production support in the delivery and marketing of the commission.

Deadline: 
27/February/2022
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Open Screen 2022: Open Call

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Open Screen 2022: Call out for disabled artists working in the digital realm

Developed in partnership with Shape Arts in 2021, Open Screen seeks proposals for existing works that respond to the theme of Sci-Fi.

arebyte welcomes work from artists who are working with technology to their advantage, as a way to overcome barriers, criticising matters of inclusivity within technology, and everything in between.

The selected work will be presented on arebyte on Screen, arebyte’s expanded and innovative online platform for digital animations, videos, web-based interactive experiences and curatorial interventions.⁠

The deadline for submissions is 11.49pm on 7 March 2022
For more information and how to apply, please visit arebyte.com/open-screen⁠

#AOS #OpenScreen #OpenScreen2021 #DigitalArt #DisabilityArts aos.arebyte.com

Prize Summary: 
Artists receive £300 fee from gallery, dialogue with gallery about their work, and their work is exhibited online.
Deadline: 
07/March/2022

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Digital Art, Assemblage and Cut Paper Collage

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Digital Art, Assemblage and Cut Paper Collage is an exhibition that will focus on the various forms of digital art and the relationship between digital and traditional paper collage. 3D assemblage will be represented comparatively as sculptural collage. The exhibition will be held at the Limner Gallery from September 8 - October 1, 2022.  All digital art forms, cut paper collage and assemblages will be reviewed and considered.  The entry deadline is April 30, 2022. The entry form is at: https://www.slowart.com/prospectus/digital_paper.htm

Deadline: 
30/April/2022

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$35.00
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