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Wearables Open Call

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ART 321 invites artists to submit up to 3 full ensembles or 4 individual pieces. Works will be displayed as an exhibit on mannequins before and after the fashion show. Photos of modeled work and short native about the pieces are welcome alongside the exhibit. Traditional wear, fashion, costumes, jewelry are all accepted! Have a question on what you can enter? Email marketing@art321.org! We invite the artists to include a short narrative (3-10 sentences) on how does what you wear express your cultural and or creative identity?

Artists are invited to participate in the Fashion Show April 7th at 6pm. More details will be provided as the date grows closer.

Deadline: 
18/March/2022

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Art and Fashion Photography Magazine

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Call for new online publication that supports emerging artists to get the attention they deserve. We now invite PHOTOGRAPHERS and VISUAL ARTISTS to submit their work for our plattaform. We aim to offer all creative people, regardless of the stage of their careers, the opportunity to submit their work. If your work is selected for our magazine, you will have your name and your social media account included with your work. 

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Artist full name - @instagram account

Image Requirements:

8-20 images (Please name each file with your name, e.g.:    johnsmith-01.jpg  )

JPG format

sRGB color profile

Allowed sizes at leat 2000px:

Portrait: 8.5 × 11 in, 300 dpi 

Landscape: 17 × 11 in, 300 dpi 

We prefer exclusive and unpublished.

Copyright owner only.

NO NUDITY, NO REAL FUR, NO CHILDREN

 

 

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ONLINE PUBLICATION
Deadline: 
20/March/2022
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Indigenous Haute Couture Fashion Residency - Design & Pattern Development

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Overview

This three-week Indigenous Haute Couture Fashion Residency will offer Indigenous textile-based artists with traditional and contemporary practices the opportunity to develop their design and pattern development skills, traditional, and digital embellishments all at haute couture level.

Indigenous fashion makers and designers will explore experimental elements or accomplish finished productions of their work with an haute couture aesthetic to the best of their capacity in a fully supported environment.

What does the program offer?

This residency will have a repurpose and reuse component to the design process, exploring fashion's responsibility to address its part in the climate crisis. Throughout the program,  participants will design a couture garment inspired by their Indigeneity and based on the traditional silhouettes, lines and/or materials of their culture. Once the design illustration is finished, working drawings will be drafted and the pattern making process will begin using pattern blocks provided by the instructor and supported by Banff Centre’s costume production room.

Presented discussions with invited speakers will focus on Indigenous identity in the garment business and how culture plays a role, be it recycling, repurposing materials and/or related conversations.

This program will be delivered on campus, led by faculty lead D’Arcy Moses with the support of co-faculty member Christine Gerke, and guest faculty, Suzan Marie and Lucy Anne Yakelaya, expert traditional beadwork and moose hair tufters. Program faculty will support the participant’s exploration and research into Indigenous Haute Couture through their Indigenous lens. 

Who should apply?

  • Participants must have a background in fashion or garment design in womenswear.
  • Participants must have a basic knowledge of pattern making in the garment business.
  • Participants must have some experience in garment construction, sewing, and working with a sewing machine.
  • The residency invites both youth 18+ and Elders to apply. 
  • This program is open to regional, national and global Indigenous fashion makers, designers and design companies, Indigenous jewelry makers, Indigenous beaders, Indigenous traditional artists including hide tanners and porcupine quillers, provocateurs, disrupters, advocates pushing the boundaries of their artistic practice, Indigenous artists that serve their community, Artistic leaders in Fashion Arts and collaborators of all performing arts disciplines.

Application Deadline: January 19, 2022

Program Dates: March 07 - March 26, 2022

This program will open for applications on January 5, 2022

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Application fee: $35

Financial Aid of 100% is available to cover all program costs

Deadline: 
19/January/2022
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Haute.png Magazine: Call for Street Snaps (Fashion)

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Haute.png Magazine is an online platform for Avant Garde fashion, serving as an inspiration platform and resource. We just launched and are looking for some street snaps-- outfits that are artful, provoking, and/or unique, against the grain. 

We also run Haute.png NFT (selling hand-drawn pixel art) and Haute.png Boutique (secondhand avant garde clothing).

Rolling Open Call, submit Asap!

 

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30/November/2021

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Surrealism Art Show

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the set nyc presents:  Surrealism art show,  Love, end child trafficking, supporting the youth, supporting others, in new york city .  Surrealism ,#surreal , #surrealism.  Showcase work, art show, sell art, helping end child trafficking, supporting others.  Helping others in need.  Helping the youth and children.  Hosted by pimcomedy, www.instagram.com/pimcomedy ,  located in New York city or zoom.  #stopchildsextrafficking.  Art chatting, art sales, showcasing, sell art, zoom, art chat, art discussions, surrealism chatting, surrealism discussions, delving into the abstract.  www.thesetnyc.com/giveback

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Deadline: 
31/October/2021

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Seeking Artists: Fashion Week NYFW

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the set nyc seeking artists,   Fashion Week FW 2021.  Helping end child trafficking, the mission is to help the kids and the youth!  Showcasing art work, art sales, creating a better world and community.  Helping the kids and the world.  With all the anger and strife in the world, we need more art and art shows! #love, our IG:  www.instagram.com/setnyc , we use the ZOOM platform.  Networking, art sales, art chatting, helping end child trafficking, supporting the kids !  www.thesetnyc.com/giveback

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