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SUPERNATURAL WOMEN

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Thursday 28th October to Friday 10th December 2021 (Weekly on Fridays at 14.00)

Theme

This residency will take place on-line.

The theme Supernatural Women opens up questions of culture, history, legend, politics, femininity and womanhood. Participants may decide to focus only on a tiny segment of the theme for their work. For example, they might focus on just one woman. Or, they might look at a group of supernatural women. They may opt not to focus on specific women, but on a female element of the supernatural that is widely known, or that could be invented by the artist.

The content of discussions during the residency will be determined by the work undertaken by participants. Some participants might plan to produce deeply conceptual work. For others the process will be more practical. Others will work on a mixture of both.

Some of the questions that may arise for those incorporating supernatural women into their art practice:

Where did the stories of these women originate?

Who created supernatural narratives for women, and what was their purpose in doing so?

How do supernatural women relate to real women, in the past, present and future?

What are supernatural women made from? What shape, material, texture, colour and scale do they have? How do they sound and smell?

Timetable
All contact takes place online

Times show in time local to Barcelona. Use a Timezone Converter to see times in your location. 

  • Launch day Thursday 28th October 14.00 - 15.30
  • Weekly meeting on Fridays from 29th October to 10th December 14.00 to 16.30 (each meeting includes a short break)
  • Weekly one-to-one connect with one other artist (arranged to suit artists)

Participation Requirements

/  Give a five-minute progress report to fellow residents every week, and get feedback.
/ Give one fifteen-minute introduction to your art practice (on launch day) and a second fifteen-minute presentation at one of the Friday meetings.
/  Commit to attend all meetings.
/ Take part in a one-to-one with each of the other residents.
/ Contribute either a 750 word written piece, an interview or seven images to be included in a final online publication.
/  Allocate time to spend on creative practice outside the residency meetings. We ask participants to allocate a minimum of 50 hours across the seven weeks.
/  Actively take part in discussion of others work, seek ways to contribute ideas and offer support to fellow residents.
/  Be willing to listen to the ideas and support from fellow residents regarding their own work.
/ Abide by our community guidelines.
/ Be familiar with and able to use the apps Zoom and Telegram. Attention to video calling set up is essential.

A virtual program allows those who cannot travel to take part. However, the residency shouldn’t be undertaken unless a commitment to attending meetings and moving creative work forward can be made. 

Admission criteria

Active creative practice 
Experience of taking part in online groups and calls
Clear desired outcomes for the residency
Work plan that is relevant to the theme
Able to meaningfully interact with other artists
Able to take part in all meetings and commit 50 hours to making work over seven weeks
Familiar with the language used to discuss the art-making process

Fees and funding

The residency fee is €75 per participant. Fees are payable on 1st October 2021.

There is one funded place available for an artist who needs financial help. If you are applying for the free place please make that clear in your application.

Deadline: 
09/15/2021
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Virtual Residency WEEKENDS – Together, separately

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The virtual residency is a gathering of artists who work in sync, meet to talk and crit, and support one another and use a change in pace to think differently about their creative practice.

This session of the Virtual Residency happens over three weekends – Saturday and Sunday 7&8 /  14&15  /  21&22  November 2020

The residency is mixed discipline. The program welcomes, but is not limited to:
visual artists, conceptual artists, video artists, writers, poets, multidisciplinary artists, performance artists, installation artists, photographers

The content of discussions during the residency will be determined by the work undertaken by participants. Some participants might plan to produce deeply conceptual work. For others the process will be more practical. Others will work on a mixture of both. 

We recognise that it is not possible to carry out an in-person program using virtual tools. This program has been made to make the most of the tools we have rather than try to recreate an in-person residency using video. 

 

Participation Requirements

/  Prepare and deliver a ten-minute presentation of their work to fellow residents.
/  Commit to attending all meetings.
/  Allocate the majority of the day outside the meetings to creative practice. 
/  Actively take part in discussion of others work, seek ways to contribute ideas and offer support to fellow residents.
/  Be willing to listen to the ideas and support from fellow residents regarding their own work.
/  Contribute one ‘weekday newsletter’ of inspirational content (text or visual) to be sent to residents (a template will be provided).
/ Abide by our community guidelines.
/ Be familiar with and able to use the apps Google Meet and Telegram. Attention to video calling set up is essential.

A virtual program allows those who cannot travel to take part and this residency in particular hopes to meet the needs of those who undertake other work or have other committments Monday to Friday. However, the residency is also a commitment, and shouldn’t be undertaken unless at least four-to-five hours per day can be set aside to attend meetings and move creative work forward. 

Deadline: 
10/05/2020

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COM UNIDAD - Virtual Artist Residence OPEN CALL

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ABOUT CORRELACION CONTEMPORANEA
Correlacion Contemporanea is a self-management project that develops initiatives that question the current system of production, diffusion and research of contemporary art in Peru. Since 2016, Correlación Contemporánea aim is the exchange between students, young and professional artists, encouraging a space for horizontal dialogue in order to stimulate the creation of new possibilities in our artistic environment.

ABOUT COM UNIDAD RESIDENCE
COM UNIDAD is a virtual artistic residence based in Peru that proposes the creation of a collaborative network made up of cultural actors related to peruvian history, art and community practices, from traditional art to contemporary art, through the management of projects, artistic education and archaeological practices in order to generate the continuity of community work from a context of isolation and social distancing that the new normal proposes us.

The work program aims to rethink the development of community art practices through virtual strategies that build a network of community initiatives of creation, management or education based on the collective research of the main cultural, social and geographical axes of Peru.

For this purpose, COM UNIDAD, proposes a research work divided into three cycles, three regions and three months, in which the group made up of residents, collaborators and coordinators will carry out a constant exercise of dialogue, exchange and analysis of the forms of life and social organization that develop in the coast, andean and jungle of Peru.

RESEARCH AREAS:
> Contemporary art as an affective and community tool in rural areas.
> Cultural scene and autonomous management.
> Pre-Hispanic Peruvian culture (Cosmovision, language, rituals, and others).
> Post-pandemic community art.
 

DURATION:
The COM UNIDAD residence offers a residency program developed in 3 Months / Cycles* in total, which correspond to the 3 regions of the country:

1. COM UNIT - Amazonian jungle: three weeks
2. COM UNIT - Coast: three weeks
3. COM UNIT - Andean highlands: three weeks

*Participants can choose to carry one or two cycles separately

N ° OF PARTICIPANTS: According to availability

APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 18, 2020

RESIDENCE PERIOD: October, November, December 2020
 

Deadline: 
09/19/2020
Contact & Links: 

Virtual Residency – Together, separately

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The virtual residency is a gathering of artists who work in sync, support one another and use a change in pace to think differently about their creative practice.

Now recruiting artists for the following dates:

  • 24-29 January 2021 (Deadline for applications 27 December 2020)
  • 31 January - 5 February 2021 (Deadline for applications 3 January 2021)
  • 14-19 March 2021 (Deadline for applications 7 February 2021)
  • 21- 26 March 2021 (Deadline for applications 14 February 2021)

The residency is mixed discipline. The program welcomes, but is not limited to: visual artists, conceptual artists, video artists, writers, poets, multidisciplinary artists, performance artists, installation artists, photographers

The content of discussions during the residency will be determined by the work undertaken by participants. Some participants might plan to produce deeply conceptual work. For others the process will be more practical. Others will work on a mixture of both. 

The residency is a week-long, intensive undertaking that lasts for six days, beginning Sunday on Friday. Each cohort is a maximum of six participants. We recognise that it is not possible to carry out an in-person program using virtual tools. This program has been made to make the most of the tools we have rather than try to recreate an in-person residency using video. 

Timetable

The timetable takes place between 10am and 7pm local to Barcelona (CET). Use the Timezone Converter to see times in your location. 
Welcome and introduction (1h on Sunday)
The six participants will introduce themselves, say where they are from, a little about their creative background and state their intention for the week, as well as how they intend to begin that day. Facilitator shares information about the program and the organisation
Plan and Progress (30mins to 1h daily)
Report on progress from the previous day and state a plan for the current day.
Presentations (45mins to 1h daily)
Participants will each give a ten-minute presentation followed by Q&A 
Debriefing (30mins on Friday)
Participants will be asked to share their thoughts surrounding the outcomes of the residency and future plans. 

Participation Requirements

/  Prepare and deliver a ten-minute presentation of their work to fellow residents.
/  Commit to attending all meetings.
/  Allocate the majority of the working day outside the meetings to creative practice. 
/  Actively take part in discussion of others work, seek ways to contribute ideas and offer support to fellow residents.
/  Be willing to listen to the ideas and support from fellow residents regarding their own work.
/  Contribute one ‘daily newsletter’ of inspirational content (text or visual) to be sent to residents (a template will be provided).
/ Abide by our community guidelines.
/ Be familiar with and able to use the platforms Zoom and Telegram. Attention to video calling set up is essential.

A virtual program allows those who cannot travel to take part. However, the residency is also a commitment, and shouldn’t be undertaken unless at least four-to-five hours per day can be set aside to attend meetings and move creative work forward. 

Admission criteria

Essential
Active creative practice
Experience of taking part in online groups and calls
Clear desired outcomes for the residency
Ability to take part fully without the interruption of other commitments
Familiar with the language used to discuss the art-making process

Desirable
Enthusiastic about taking part in a virtual environment

Cost

Residency fees are by donation. All donations are considered income and we pay tax on them. The reason we ask for donations, rather than charging fees, is because it means that we can attract a more diverse group of artists.

If every participant were to pay €75 we would cover our running costs. But we realise that this will not be possible for every artist and we encourage them to apply regardless.

Those living in countries with lower per-capita GDP, those who are unemployed or those affected by low-incomes should feel comfortable giving less. If the people that can afford to give more choose to do so they will help us continue this model of inclusion into the future. We continue to work towards a funded model, but have so far struggled to find a resource that will fund a completely global project. If you know of one, please let us know!

Deadline: 
12/27/2020

Entry Fee:

Contact & Links: 

BOND 2020 International Virtual Live Performance Festival

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WHY ARE WE HERE?

What do you miss the most from the pre-COVID times? For many international artists whose regions have been influenced by the pandemic, the estrangement between people feels deepened than ever since the in-person performances and gigs are being canceled and postponed. You may feel stuck at the current stage with no place to showcase your works and you may desire the quality communications with artists who are sharing your emotions. Therefore, the B·O·N·D International Virtual Live Performance Festival is born. It aims to bring works from creators like you to broader audiences from all around the world; It also enables audiences to enjoy these performances while staying at home.

B·O·N·D: BEYOND OUR NEW DISTANCE

The literal meaning of “BOND” is a connection based on common interest, and creating social or emotional ties. Via this performance festival, we encourage you to reconceptualize the meanings of dimensions and virtuality, as well as rethink the essence of arts via online technologies. All disciplines of artworks are welcomed - whether they belong to traditional theatre art genres like play, opera, musical, improvisational theatre, physical theatre, dance theatre, puppetry, or it experiments with live cinema, performance art, and interactive installation art. With the social-distancing now being our new norm of life, we want to provide access and inspiration for crossing the boundaries of creating and viewing arts. We will also hold different events, including panel talks, round-table talks, and workshops throughout the festival.

Prizes Details: 

1. Some selected works will be provided with opportunities to perform in New York in the future. 2. Selected works will be reviewed by art critics and dramatic media in China and the US. 3. Selected works will be promoted by B·O·N·D official websites and collaborative media. 4. All teams in the festival will receive an official certificate awarded by B·O·N·D International Virtual Live Performance Festival Committee.

Deadline: 
08/23/2020

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SUPERNATURAL WOMEN

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The theme Supernatural Women opens up questions of culture, history, legend, politics, femininity and womanhood. Participants may decide to focus only on a tiny segment of the theme for their work. For example, they might focus on just one woman. Or, they might look at a group of supernatural women. They may opt not to focus on specific women, but on a female element of the supernatural that is widely known, or that could be invented by the artist.

The content of discussions during the residency will be determined by the work undertaken by participants. Some participants might plan to produce deeply conceptual work. For others the process will be more practical. Others will work on a mixture of both.

“(of a manifestation or event) attributed to some force beyond scientific understanding or the laws of nature.””

— Supernatural

The Igbo goddess Ala
The various manifestations of Eve
The women that make up the Hindu Trivedi
The Amazons
Mermaids and sirens 
Witches
Fairy godmothers
Mystics, clairvoyants and fortune tellers
A ‘supernatural beauty’
Supernatural women as a concept
The scope of gender

  • Some of the questions that may arise for those incorporating supernatural women into their art practice:
  • Where did the stories of these women originate?
  • Who created supernatural narratives for women, and what was their purpose in doing so?
  • How do supernatural women relate to real women, in the past, present and future?
  • What are supernatural women made from? What shape, material, texture, colour and scale do they have? How do they sound and smell?

Timetable

The timetable takes place between 11am and 7pm local to Barcelona (CET). Use the Timezone Converter to see times in your location. 

Welcome and introduction (1h on Sunday)
The six participants will introduce themselves, say where they are from, a little about their creative background and state their intention for the week, as well as how they intend to begin that day. Facilitator shares information about the program and the organisation

Plan and Progress (30mins to 1h daily)
Report on progress from the previous day and state a plan for the current day.

Presentations (45mins to 1h daily)
Participants will each give a ten-minute presentation followed by Q&A 

Debriefing (1h on Saturday)
Participants will be asked to share their thoughts surrounding the outcomes of the residency and future plans.  

Participation Requirements

/  Prepare and deliver a ten-minute presentation of their work to fellow residents.
/  Commit to attending all meetings.
/  Allocate the majority of the working day outside the meetings to creative practice. 
/  Actively take part in discussion of others work, seek ways to contribute ideas and offer support to fellow residents.
/  Be willing to listen to the ideas and support from fellow residents regarding their own work.
/  Contribute one ‘daily newsletter’ of inspirational content (text or visual) to be sent to residents (a template will be provided).
/ Abide by our community guidelines.
/ Be familiar with and able to use the apps Google Meet and Telegram. Attention to video calling set up is essential.

A virtual program allows those who cannot travel to take part. However, the residency is also a commitment, and shouldn’t be undertaken unless at least four-to-five hours per day can be set aside to attend meetings and move creative work forward. 

Residency fees are by donation. All donations are considered income and we pay tax on them. The reason we ask for donations, rather than charging fees, is because it means that we can attract a more diverse group of artists.

If every participant were to pay €100 we would cover our running costs. But we realise that this will not be possible for every artist and we encourage them to apply regardless.

Those living in countries with lower per-capita GDP, those who are unemployed or those affected by low-incomes should feel comfortable giving less. If the people that can afford to give more choose to do so they will help us continue this model of inclusion into the future.

We continue to work towards a funded model, but have so far struggled to find a resource that will fund a completely global project. If you know of one, please let us know!

Deadline: 
09/18/2020

Entry Fee:

Contact & Links: 

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