The Feminist Lecture Program x Nunhead Cemetery Summer Program and Exhibition: Artist Call-Out

The Feminist Lecture Program with support from Friends of Nunhead Cemetery is seeking emerging Female, Nonbinary and Trans artists to take part in a Feminist Curatorial Program and Exhibition Opportunity this summer in South East London. 

Five selected artists will have the opportunity to present a solo exhibition in the unique environment of Nunhead Cemetery Chapel, with the support of The Feminist Lecture Program, whilst also taking part in a wider program of curated events, studio visits and group crits across the four months of the program. 

Call to Artists: Collage the Planet: Environmentalism in Art Artist Residency

In recent years, activists have taken to staging protests in museums as a way to draw attention to the pressing issues of climate change and in doing so suggest the art world was somehow at odds with the goals of humanity having a healthy, ethical relationship to the natural world. The premise of the “Collage the Planet: Environmentalism in Art Artist Residency” is that science has the capacity to tell us how to care for the planet, but those solutions are meaningless if humanity doesn’t care enough to evolve and change. Art is a unique technology that can distill complexity into simple human gestures that, when experienced, facilitate a deeper understanding of our world. In short, art can be a tool for caring. 

Open Call: Artists as Environmentalists

The Climate Art Collection is a non-profit art foundation that serves as a curation platform for artists who address climate and nature themes in their work.

We welcome submissions from artists worldwide and embrace all art formats. Our objective is to bring climate change and its effects to the attention of a global a audience, including galleries, curators, collectors, and the general public.

Our organization continuously curates submitted artworks and the platform itself for external projects, exhibitions and campaigns in the international art scene, remotely and on site.

We are warmly welcoming digital submissions of your works and look forward to featuring your work.

We Are Joseph Beuys - Group exhibition

OPEN CALL TO ARTISTS: CON-TEMPORARY Art Observatorium and Jizaino invite artists in all bi-dimensional disciplines to submit a proposal for the thematic group exhibition We Are Joseph Beuys. The coming event will take place for a period of three weeks in dates to be defined (March or April) at CON-TEMPORARY Art Observatorium in Lavagna, Italy.

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