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Global Conversation 2020 (UN75)

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Global Conversation 2020 is inviting Artists of all types to participate in this global group art exhibition. 

Applications for the Global Conversation's first round digital art exhibition is now open - please register at F-99.org/open-call if you want to participate.

The main idea is to create art that tells a story of how you feel about the pressing issues facing humanity. 

Artists in...

North America
South America
Africa
Europe
Asia
Australia
Antartica

Dive into these critical issues...

Police Brutality
Housing Crisis in the Modern Era
Plastic Pollution
Deforestation
Marginalized Indigenous Cultures
Economic Inclusion Across the World
Inner City Teen Crime
Terrorism & Government Corruption  
Healthcare Crisis 
Extreme Poverty in Africa
Destructive Capitalism
Mass Incarceration
Mental Health, Trauma and Anxiety
Climate Change/Global Warming
Crimes Against Humanity
Gender Inequality
Refugee Displacement
Automation & Digital Technologies
Religious Wars and Violence
Human Rights & Trafficking
Shifting Demographics
Pandemics and Vaccines
Water Scarcity
Animal Mistreatment

THE SELECTION PROCESS (SPONSORSHIP GOAL: $100,000 FOR ARTISTS)

The leading judgment criteria for any artist interested in participating in the Global Conversation art exhibition is to tell a story, transport knowledge, give community perspective, create to emotionally captivate and last but not least, make the intention to make an impact with your art. Thus, we're calling all artists who are radical in spirit and willing to express their right to freedom of expression to the nth degree. We insist that you dive into these issues fearlessly as the above directly and indirectly effects each of us. Take this international open call as an opportunity for Artists who operate outside the box and care deeply about relevant issues to take the global stage. We want to trigger ambitious action, peaceful solidarity and practical solutions around the UN mandate for their 75th anniversary. This special year is about creating the largest global conversation on the role of global cooperation in building the future we all want. We want to raise the role of Artists in society and create a vehicle for the artists we curate to be invited to take part in discussions on a local and global level about social, political, ecological and infrastructural issues through art. Good luck to you all!

Join hands with F.99 and sponsor by giving artists all over the world the opportunity to create meaningful art pieces that can lead towards practical solutions. Estimated attendance during the tour exhibition will be over 2 Million+ as the impressions will come from 7 art exhibitions in 7 months from 99+ artists in 7 different continents.

The first round starts at the UN General Assembly September 15th, 2020. 

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Influencing decision makers and helping solve the most critical issues facing humanity.

Deadline: 
08/01/2020

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Suffrage Now: A 19th Amendment Centennial Exhibition

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On August 18th 1920, the Nineteenth Amendment was ratified, giving women in the US the right to vote. Since then it has become such an assumption of the body politic that it is all but unimaginable to conceive  of its absence. But it was a long and arduous campaign to reach this milestone, and it wasn’t, in fact, until  August 6th 1965, with the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, that all American‐born women were  guaranteed to share in this privilege.    

In SUFFRAGE NOW, the Elisabet Ney Museum asks contemporary American women photographers to  share photos that comment on the Centennial of the Ratification of the 19th Amendment. Photos can  be old or new, but must be taken by the submitting photographer. Given the current national health crisis,  the exhibition will be online only. The exhibition will open online on August 6 2020, and remain accessible  at least through Inauguration Day, January 20, 2021.  

Deadline: 
07/20/2020

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Call for Entry - this human world International Human Rights Film Festival

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The 13th edition of this human world is taking place in Vienna, from December 3rd to December 13th, 2020.

this human world is Austria‘s first festival devoted to the subject of Human Rights and one of Vienna’s largest film festival.

The films shown at this human world are presented in an International competition programme consisting of four different sections and a number of thematic programmes, curated by the festival team, curators, experts, NGOs and partner festivals.

this human world presents outstanding documentary and fictional feature films, short films, animations and experimental films dealing with human rights issues. Films, that aim to encourage people, to scrutinise and re-examine their views and that are wary of human rights and responsibilities. Furthermore the festival programme contains thematic lectures, workshops, talks, panel discussions, performances and a nightline.

this human world ‘s annual competition programme does contain films, that raise social awareness of human rights issues outside the framework of mainstream films and that focus on socio-critical themes. Films, that fascinate and that captivate with their innovation, aesthetically and thematically. The application for the competition programme is open for films from all categories: fictional features, documentaries, animations, experimental films as well as animated and experimental short films produced after January 1st, 2019.

All films must be submitted on filmfreeway!

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International Competition: 2.000€
Austrian Competition: 2.000€
Up&Coming Competition: Theatrical Release in Austria
exp:an:ded Shorts Competition: Artist-in-Residency by Q21 in Vienna

Deadline: 
07/30/2020

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