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Slackline Storytellers

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As part of our mission to tell the stories of women aged 35+, we’re looking for YOUR story.

In honour of International Women’s Day 2021, we’re compiling some of our favourite stories of women 35+ who have inspired, challenged or uplifted you into a multi-chapter storytelling film.

Some examples:

Are you female-identifying aged 35+ with an inspiring story of your own?

Do you come from a family with a strong matriarch you’d like to tell us about?

Is there a teacher, mentor or friend who deserves a shout? Tell us about them!

Does your culture have an uplifting story of women that we need to hear?

 

Videos should be storytelling-style (we’re not looking for films, but you’re welcome to interpret creatively!)

For actors, writers, theatre makers or anyone who identifies as a storyteller.

Deadline: 1st March 2021

#IWD2021 #ChoosetoChallenge #tellourstories

For details and to submit, please see our link.

Deadline: 
03/01/2021

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Her Weight in Gold

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Her Weight in Gold is a celebration of work by women artists around the world. This exhibit does not have a specific theme, and we are completely open to all subject matter and visual mediums. We encourage artists who work in diverse styles to apply.

The following mediums are accepted: painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, digital, prints, fiber art, collage or installation art.

Our guest curator is Mollie Barnes, founder of She Curates. Mollie is a curator from the UK, currently living south of London. She freelancers in the art world, working as an artist liaison, digital marketing strategist, and event organizer. Mollie specializes in exhibitions, commissions, and events to support artists in their practice. With a focus on, and passion for, championing women artists, Mollie founded She Curates, a platform that celebrates and showcases female creatives. 

Deadline: December 5th 2020

Our online exhibit will be held on our website, www.visionaryartcollective.com

Deadline: 
12/05/2020

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$20.00
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SPE Media Fest

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The SPE (Society for Photographic Education) Media Festival (originally the SPE Women's Film Festival) has featured innovative and provocative short documentaries, animation and fiction by, for and about women and minorities since 1995. Due to COVID-10, the 2021 Media Fest will be held online for five days, March 17-21, during the 2021 SPE National Conference. The SPE Media Fest will be available online to the public without charge for five days only. The theme of the conference is Imagining Legacy: Archives, Collections, and Memoria. Narrative, documentary, animated and experimental shorts under 30 minutes, that address issues of concern to minorities, women, global or LGBTQ communities, human rights, or the conference theme are eligible. All rights must be cleared. Laurels for three awards, Best Women’s Film, Best Multicultural Film, and Best LGBTQ Film will be awarded. SPE membership is not required to enter the festival.

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3 prize laurels will be awarded:
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Best Women’s Film, Best Multicultural Film, and Best LGBTQ Film laurels will be awarded.

Deadline: 
12/15/2020

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Entry fee for submissions received by 11:59 PM, Oct. 15, 2020 is $10, fee for submissions received Oct. 16 – Nov.15 is $15. Fee for submissions received Nov. 16- Dec. 15 is $25.
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Celebrating Change: Women and the right to vote

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Dallas Public Library seeks visual art makers to apply for the Celebrating Change: Women and the Right to Vote virtual exhibition. This open call opportunity encourages artists to share their point of view as it relates to women and the right to vote through the medium of different visual aesthetics, techniques, and narrative concepts. Modest honorarium will be provided.

This show will feature images that engage the notion of celebrating women and the right to vote, on topics of conceptual, political, or social importance using the medium of choice to unveil hidden histories and reveal truths of women and the right to vote. The show will run from November 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020 on the Dallas Public Library website.

This event is made possible by the generous grant from Community Foundations of Texas. 

Please send submissions no later than October 23, 2020. Selected participants will be notified October 25. 

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Deadline: 
10/23/2020

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Sheroes In Quarantine

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Lon-art is glad to announce that Sheroes in Quarantine project is continuing and we are open for submissions!

We are looking for 15 new artists to give visibility to three groups of women who, due to system inequality, are being particularly affected by the Covid-19 crisis. Those groups are:  

Mothers, Women of colour, Women and Mental Health.

In these hard times of isolation, economic crisis and social distancing, we, more than ever, would like to support our community of women artists while we explore other ways to bring our events to the public. This time we are glad to support our artists with:

- £150 Reward

- £100 If they are selected

- Mindfulness programme for women artists

- Paid opportunity to participate in a talk (let us know if you have experience on this)

- The opportunity to give voice to millions of women around the world that are confronting the toughest time in their lives!

We strongly believe that now is the time to re-think our current societies and reinvent the way we live and interact with each other. We are in dire need of creative minds, activists and a sense of togetherness to be able to build a more sustainable society where nature, women and marginalised groups are respected and part of decision-making. 

This is a critical time for our community of artists, some of them might be already suffering the consequences of isolation and this social economic crisis. We hope this initiative will provide visibility to women artists and a space to reflect about some of the women's issues arisen from the COVID-19 crisis. 

So if you haven't participated to our first Sheroes in Quarantine and you are creating or planning to create an artwork telling a story about these specific themes, please let us know. Submissions are free and open till the 11th of September. Please help us to spread the voice by sending this email to all your contacts that might be interested.

Prizes Details: 

- £150 Reward

- £100 If they are selected

- Mindfulness programme for women artists

- Paid opportunity to participate in a talk (let us know if you have experience on this)

Deadline: 
09/11/2020

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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?

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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

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