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BETWEEN US: cantiere delle arti
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Open Call per Arti Visive, Musica e Arti Performative

Deadline
16 maggio 2021

 

Between us: cantiere delle arti è un progetto nuovo e multiforme che comprende arti visive, musica ed arti performative, ideato e curato da Eleuteria Arena, Giada Crispiels e Marina Rossi, con l’intento di creare occasioni di conoscenza e di confronto tra gli artisti, la popolazione e l’attività di C.AR.M.E.

Vista la difficile situazione che a causa della pandemia ha coinvolto e stravolto ormai tutto il mondo, e che ha duramente colpito i settori della cultura, dell’arte e dello spettacolo del nostro paese, nonché le numerose figure professionali che a vario titolo vi fanno riferimento, con Between us: cantiere delle arti, C.AR.M.E. sceglie di rivolgersi agli artisti dei territori di Brescia e Bergamo, sia città che province, attraverso una Call declinata nelle tre sezioni del Festival: Arti Visive, Musica e Arti Performative.

 

Il Festival avrà luogo dal 17 giugno al 4 luglio 2021: durante questo periodo una mostra abiterà lo spazio di C.AR.M.E., affiancata da una programmazione di concerti, performance, talk e workshops che avranno luogo sia nel parco adiacente C.AR.M.E. che nel suo spazio interno.

La prima edizione di Between us: cantiere delle arti vuole essere un primo passo di avvio per un percorso collaborativo volto ad incentivare connessioni e sinergie tra le città di Brescia e Bergamo, considerando arte, cultura e spettacolo come necessari ed essenziali per la crescita culturale e sociale dell’intera comunità.

 

Il bando è aperto a tutti gli artisti (singoli, gruppi, compagnie e collettivi) residenti nelle province di Brescia e Bergamo, con pratiche artistiche che a seconda delle tre sezioni di competenza della Call – Arti Visive, Musica, Arti Performative – comprendano i seguenti media: scultura, pittura, fotografia, disegno, installazioni, sound / video e nuovi media, musica, danza, teatro, arti circensi, teatro fisico, storytelling, sound performance, body art, ecc.

Deadline: 
05/16/2021

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Entry fee: 15 €
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Our Festival

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Our Festival 7

a cultural meeting of solidarity artists

27th of July - 1st of August 2021

Euripidean Theater of Rematia, Chalandri, Greece

Open Call for Submissions!

Our Festival invites artists from all spectrum of arts to submit their proposals in order to participate in Our Festival 7. Our Festival will be held in the Euripidean Theater of Rematia, in Athens, Greece under the frame of “Solidarity Nights” supported by the Municipality of Chalandri. 

Multidisciplinary, inclusive and collaborative: Our Festival provides a platform for artists to present their artistic project!  

Our Festival was created by the collectivistic art group “WE”, which grew out of a lively and dynamic community of artists with aim to support other artists to present their artworks, as well as theirs.

The group’s vision is to bring together a variety of artists from diverse cultural backgrounds, interact between themselves and greek audience, exchange ideas while discovering a new artistic network.

Furthermore, Our Festival cooperates with liminal organization in order to make all events accessible to everyone, and collaborates with disabled artists in order to promote inclusion, and ensure the equal participation of all in the cultural life of the community. 

Since 2015, the festival has hosted 592 artists performing in 118 events and has welcomed more than 10,000 attendees. Events have included theatre and dance performances, music concerts, children's shows, cinema and video art, circus shows and workshops for adults and children. 

Our Festival is an artist-run organisation and each year grows bigger as it tries to include artwork from voices all over the world and collaborate with artists and institutions both in Greece and abroad. 

"Two pairs of hands are always better than one

four better than two

eight better than four..."

Deadline: 
04/11/2021

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VSA International Young Soloists Competition

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Calling all musicians with disabilities, ages 14-25! 

Each year outstanding young musicians with disabilities from around the world receive the VSA International Young Soloists Award, $2,000, and the opportunity to perform and participate in professional development and music coaching activities provided by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.  

This program is open to soloists and ensembles of any instrument or genre!

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$2000 prizes
Deadline: 
03/02/2021

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Queerantine Season Two

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Welcome to QUEERANTINE! Kisos's weekly showcase of music videos from emerging artists across the LGBTQIA+ spectrum. Watch LIVE, Sundays at 3pm ET from http://twitch.tv/itskisos

Calling all LGBTQIA+ artists! First come, first serve for our weekly music video showcase run by Kisos (@itskisos) and streamed live Sundays. Videos must be "PG-13", as Twitch doesn't allow the nude form, or outlines of it. Feel free to submit or DM me if you are unsure and we can evaluate on a case by case basis! Get a feel for the show HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ES3tZxjXbpk&feature=emb_title
 

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MUSICA59 - Open Call for Audiovisuals (online)

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AAAGENCCCYYY, an international art blog, is looking for visual artists that also work with music/sonic arts/video art to create 59 seconds long videos that combine visuals and sound in imaginative ways. The selected works will be featured on our Instagram, Tumblr and YouTube channel as part of our new project called MUSICA59.

How to apply:

Create a 59 seconds long video work with your original sound/music and visuals. Be creative and experimental.

The format should be square, 1080x1080 pixels large. (No other formats will be considered)

Send the video to: aaagencyyy@gmail.com

(You should not include your name/title of track or any other production text in the video. Other text is OK if it's a distinctive part of the creative process.)

You can send up to three video entries. There is no deadline, this is an ongoing open call.

Thanks!

A  A A G E N C Y Y Y

 

 

Deadline: 
05/24/2022

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Routes into Music Facilitation

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We’re offering three brand new opportunities to work with Brighter Sound as a music facilitator across our programme of work for children and young people.

The placements – one leading to a formal qualification and two paid traineeships – will offer practical, hands-on experience of music delivery in a workshop setting, shadowing experienced facilitators who are specialists in musically inclusive practice.

The roles are aimed at musicians who are committed to the development of their skills as a creative practitioner. The ideal candidates will be passionate about unlocking the creativity of children and young people through music making, and nurturing musical, social and personal progression.

You can read an overview of each of the positions below. 

1. Certificate for Music Educators Qualification

  • A comprehensive training programme leading to a professional, level 4 qualification in music education. Includes online training modules, 1-2-1 mentoring, and work placements to put learning into practice
  • Tuition fees, additional training and travel bursaries (of over £1000) covered by Brighter Sound
  • Accredited – assessed through observations and a portfolio of coursework
  • Flexible schedule (between 12-24 months)

2. Children & Young People Programme Trainee

  • Paid, on-the-job training, shadowing experienced Brighter Sound facilitators
  • Includes bespoke training sessions, and requirement to complete reflective diaries and blogs
  • Non-accredited
  • Over 6 months (March 2020– August 2020)
  • Across a variety of programmes with different ages, abilities and disciplines
  • Flexible session dates

3. Sing City Trainee

  • Paid, on-the-job training, shadowing experienced Brighter Sound facilitators
  • Includes bespoke training sessions, and requirement to complete reflective diaries and blogs
  • Non-accredited
  • Over 12 months (March 2020 – March 2021)
  • Part of Sing City – Brighter Sound’s songwriting project for 13-18’s
  • Weekly on Wednesday evenings

Further information

As part of the application form you will be asked to tell us why you are interested in applying for that particular role. Therefore we encourage you to only apply for the position that most interests you.

The deadline for all three placements is Sun 9 Feb 2020, 11pm.

If you have any questions about these opportunities please contact Lucy Wallace at lucy@brightersound.com or 0161 830 3899.

Supported by Youth Music as part of the Alliance for a Musically Inclusive England, and made possible by funding from the National Lottery via Arts Council England.

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02/09/2020

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