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Sketches/ Special Edition

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Collect Art is Publishing the 17th edition of the magazine.

A special Edition of 'Sketches', preliminary ideas for work,  that will eventually be realized with greater precision and detail or the brief creative piece, the work from the kitchen of artists of different kinds.

Eligibility: Open to all nationalities and to any aged 18 and above, artists working in different media, including painting, drawing, textile, printmaking, photography, digital art, architecture and etc...

Each selected artist will receive a 2-6 page spread in print and digital magazines including a biography, statement, interview, website, and 2-10 featured artworks. All published artists will receive a complimentary digital issue of the magazine which will be promoted on our website/social media. In addition, you will receive the link for ordering the printed magazine.

Requirements for the submission:

Artists - up to 12 photos (min. 300 dpi, JPEG/TIFF format), details of the work (title, medium, size), brief biography, artist statement (min 100 words each), website, and social media links.

Deadline: December 7th, 2022

Application Fee: No Fee

The participation fee is 20 EUR (in case of acceptance)

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Collect Art, Tbilisi, Georgia
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07/December/2022

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Application Fee: No Fee The participation fee is 20 EUR (in case of acceptance)
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Call for submissions Peace in the Valley Anthology 2

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The objective of edition 2 is to share the LGBTQIA+ community’s experience with radical inclusion, acceptance, and embrace.  The LGBTQIA+ community and allies are urged to submit their written or artistic work for consideration. ​​​

  • There is no submission fee​

  • We do not accept simultaneous submissions, let us know immediately if your work is published or accepted elsewhere

  • All submissions must include a short and current bio, pen name, physical address, email address, and phone number

  • All work must be your own and previously unpublished

  •  Prose Format (Poetry, Short Stories, Sermons, Chants, Prayers, Personal Accounts, or Essays)- Submit your work in MS Word (.doc, .docx) or Open Office format. Use 12 font, single spaced, Times New Roman with one- inch margins. Please include your name within the footer of the document. Word count is limited to 5000 words.

  •  Art Format- Files submitted should be either JPEG (.jpg) or PNG (.png) format, 900-1500 pixels wide, 300 dpi or greater. We reserve the right edit or crop submissions to fit the page. ​

  • Published work will receive a one-time payment of $25 per work. 

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Each published submission awarded $25USD

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31/March/2023

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No fee to submit. Each published entry awarded $25
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RICE Initiative Open Call N°6

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Would you like your work to be exhibited at FLIPA Art Gallery in Barcelona, Spain? And what about being featured in the fifth edition of our online art magazine? Plus selling your work through an auction organized by RICE in partnership with Liveauctioneers.com? These are all the perks you could get for applying to our sixth open call. Apply now and join the RICE Initiative network of artists from around the globe striving for equality and inclusion in the art world!

Submit your work through our website https://rice-initiative.com/apply - Link in our bio!

Deadline: 11.12.2022

Participation fees: 12€  to submit up to 5 artworks // 20€ to submit up to 10 artworks

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PLIPA. Art Gallery, Passeig del Born, 14, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
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11/December/2022

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12€ to submit up to 5 artworks // 20€ to submit up to 10 artworks
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Other Edges of the World

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Within the framework of an international project supported by the Creative Europe program, we are looking for artists based in Slovakia or Spain who are willing to work in the international context and are interested in working with the topic of center/periphery dichotomy with a new and challenging approach.

 

About the project

Project Other Edges of the World deals with the decolonization of power structures behind the center/periphery dichotomy. We propose to take a closer look at terms such as "local" and "central" and find out their meaning in the post-pandemic European conditions. Enhancing a network of independent NGOs operating in the field of contemporary art, the project is going to provide a platform for in-depth artistic research. Artists are going to develop in-progress works proposing new metaphors helpful in describing what kind of future can we imagine in these turbulent and cruel times. The artistic endeavor is going to be based on the notion of locality, peripheries, and the better and less-known parts of Europe. Our scope is to find a way to build a dialogue that is going to elevate what stays out of the center and help us reconstruct the center itself.

The Other Edges of the World project delineates the way for a journey from the so-called peripheries toward the so-called centers, starting from the stereotypical understanding of what is rural, forgotten, and underrepresented and deconstructing the destination point of this trip. It is our task to articulate a world that is going to be open toward climate challenges and ready to fight imperialistic, nationalistic, and anti-democratic tendencies.

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700 euros fee and 200 euros production budget
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MeetFactory, o. p. s. Ke Sklárně 3213/15 150 00 Praha 5
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30/November/2022
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SAUNA

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Expanding the boundaries of what is commonly perceived as performance MeetFactory A-i-R offers a residency dedicated to SAUNA. In the cold days of late autumn of 2023, we would like to work with artists whose project is going to circulate around the topic of wellness and well-being spotted at places sucha as steam chamber, banya, or natural sauna hut. Exploring the cultural and political background of sweating we are open to artists who treat the sauna as a stage for performance, sight for rituals, or safe space for healing procedures. Feel free to apply with projects that are going to examine the sauna phenomenon critically - as long as you will be willing to practice the sauna yourself and allow others to participate. After all, this is the best way to reach altered states of mind by simply using heat. Sweat up

Prize Summary: 
Get a fee of 700 euros and a production budget of 200 euros !
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MeetFactory, o. p. s. Ke Sklárně 3213/15 150 00 Praha 5
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30/November/2022
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Vol.7 - Finding Water in the West

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Southwest Contemporary — Vol. 7 — Finding Water in the West

Southwest Contemporary invites artists throughout the Southwest to submit work to be included in Southwest Contemporary’s Spring-Summer 2023 issue, which will explore the theme “Finding Water in the West.”

Guest juror: Lucy R. Lippard, a writer/activist/sometime curator and author of 25 books on contemporary art activism, feminism, place, photography, archaeology, and land use.

Published: March 2023.

Deadline: November 18, 2022, 11:59 pm MT.

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About Vol. 7: Finding Water in the West.

Water is elemental. It connects us through time: through seasonal flows and from ancient wellsprings. Indigenous knowledge holds it as sacred, as life—as alive. Water is part of cleansing rituals and sacraments, baptisms, and blessings. It is foundational, sustaining, essential to life. For artists, water—its fluid nature, its signification, and symbolism—can be subject, medium, and form.

Yet water is a source of conflict and contention. The West is in a constant water crisis. As drought becomes megadrought, the use of water resources in this region reveals systems of mismanagement, misuse, and exploitation. Rivers draw borders, while the water within is allocated according to arbitrary and sometimes unjust systems. As water disappears and divides, artists track the effects of water scarcity and call for its preservation and protection.

This issue of Southwest Contemporary follows the flow of water—from monsoon storms, snow packs high in the mountains and aquifers deep underground, through irrigation channels and acequias, playa lakes and salt basins, in vessels and reservoirs, and flowing through mighty rivers that are dammed and diverted until they trickle out to the ocean as torpid streams.

We invite all artists (18+) in the Southwest whose work, in any medium, considers/responds to/engages with water to apply. In your work, water can be present as a subject of exploration, documentation, theme, or a part of your process or medium.

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Ten artists will be selected, and each artist will receive a profile article written by an SWC contributor accompanied by multiple images in print, a feature on SWC’s newsletter and social media channels, and a complimentary print copy of the issue.

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Ten artists will be selected, and each artist will receive a profile article written by an SWC contributor accompanied by multiple images in print, a feature on SWC’s newsletter and social media channels, and a complimentary print copy of the issue.

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18/November/2022

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$15
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