Call for Art: METHOD

METHOD, a group exhibition at Angels Gate Cultural Center in collaboration with SUPERCOLLIDER

Opening September 14th, 2024





A Residency for Artists & Scientists at Greywood Arts, Killeagh and National Space Centre, Elfordstown, Cork, Ireland. 

Deadline: Monday July 15th 23:59

Incubator: August 18-24, 2024
Making Residency: October 19 - November 20, 2024

Exhibition at SpaceFest: November 15-17, 2024


Stipend: €3,000
Materials/Production Budget: To be Discussed
Travel contribution for international participants:
Self-Catering Accommodation & studio space provided.
Curatorial support provided by Greywood Arts.
Marketing provided by NSC. 



The Arts Exhibition and Performances organised by Bristol Art Gallery and Unconventional Computing Lab UWE Bristol.


Protocognition refers to the ability of non-living creatures and substances without a nervous system to acquaint themselves with information, recognize stimulatory spaces, accumulate knowledge, and develop wisdom. It encompasses various processes such as sensing, decision mapping, learning, reasoning, believing, and even exhibiting emotional states through chemical and physical substrates.


S+T+ARTS in the City

S+T+ARTS In the City launches a new S+T+ARTS residencies programme that aims at enhancing art-driven innovation at local level and human-centered technologies, such as artificial intelligence, robotics, new digital media, smart cities, high performance computing, data science, or biotechnologies, that will be able to put in the market products and services that have a positive ecological, societal, and ethical impact. 

S+T+ARTS In the City supports 11 artists through 5 Regional S+T+ARTS Centers, distributing a total amount of EUR 440.000 in the coming year.  

Reviving Nature: Pollution Alert Artist Residency 2024

Studio 88 is now calling for applications from artists in any discipline who address the challenge of pollution, for a residency in Chiangmai, 11 February to 10 March 2024. Apply by 20 August 2023.

We invite artists from anywhere in the world to shed light on one of the most pressing issues of our time: pollution. Through unique artistic expressions, we seek to raise awareness, provoke dialogue, and inspire meaningful change regarding the detrimental impact of pollution on our planet and its inhabitants. This open call aims to harness the creative force of artists to bring pollution to the forefront of public consciousness and mobilise action towards a sustainable future.


Arts at CERN and the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia welcome proposals for a new residency opportunity of the Connect collaboration framework, which promotes the dialogue between artists and scientists within the Laboratory’s context.

The Connect residency calls for artists and collectives from or based in Switzerland with distinct interest in an interdisciplinary approach and strong motivation for learning more about the modes of scientific thinking and fundamental science. Connect invites proposals from artists working across visual arts, music, literature, performing arts, design, and interactive media.


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