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OPEN CALL: 'IN 24-HOURS'

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IN 24-HOURS

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THE WALL SPACE, FALKIRK, SCOTLAND | APRIL 1ST // JUNE 1ST

Curators: An exhibition curated by Ayshia Taskin in association with [SHIFT:ibpcpa]

ABOUT

The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is one of the most terrible contemporary disasters to befall humanity on a global scale. People around the world are suffering. Either through being infected with the virus and require intense medical treatment or are in lockdown in their homes.

Although this is a daunting moment in human history, art, culture and humanity mustn't be abandoned! Preserving a connection to the humanities is the main reason 'In 24-Hours' originated. This exhibition is an open call for video, performance art, digital image, sound art, paintings, poetry, photography or any work that can be shown digitally, online or live-streamed through the [SHIFT:ibpcpa] platform.

The exhibition, 'In 24-Hours' aims to build a resilient, creative community during such harrowing times. And to keep hope and motivation afloat through the showing of exciting pieces of work from a global group of artists.

It is FREE to submit work to this exhibition.

FORMAT

A work of art from a different artist exhibited for 24-hours. The opening days are Wednesday, Friday and Saturday and everything will be presented online due to current and upcoming community lockdowns. Artists from any country are welcome to submit work. The exhibition will take place three days a week and aims to show the work of as many artists as possible within the timeframe between April - June.

Deadline: 
03/30/2020

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Call for entries Prix Levallois 2020

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Under the art direction of Catherine Dérioz and Jacques Damez, Le Réverbère gallery, since 2018

Created in 2008, the Prix Levallois supports photographers under 35, of all nationalities. The Prize winner receives a € 10,000 grant and the Special Mention a DSLR camera.

For the 3 upcoming years, Catherine Dérioz and Jacques Damez, directors of Le Réverbère gallery, have been confirmed as art directors for the Prix Levallois, surrounded by a  young and motivated communication team to transform the graphic design of the Prix. They chose Jane Evelyn Atwood as sponsor of this new edition. She will be member of the jury and will announce the winners during Les Rencontres d’Arles, on July 3.

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The Prize winner receives a € 10,000 grant and the Special Mention a DSLR camera.

Deadline: 
05/02/2020

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Origins Artist Residency

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​The Arts are essential to a healthy and robust society. When artists can freely engage with practices that develop well-being and insight they can help sustain the vision and atmosphere needed for a thriving world. Here at Origins, we want to support the creative nature of humanity in the ways that we can. By making mindfulness, meditation, yoga and other nourishing practices available to artists we hope their work can be coupled with good mental health, optimism and respect. 

The Origins Artist Residency program is open to emerging and experienced artists of all ages and disciplines. 

Each residency lasts from one to four weeks. Each artist gets a private room with power for accommodation, a cabin in the forest for a studio (two have no power, one does have power), access to a workshop and to a beautiful space with great acoustics for movement or music making. We have shared facilities for cooking, washing and ablutions. We ask for a payment of $25 per night (to cover accomodation costs). A cultural contribution of a workshop, artist talk, performance or donation of an artwork is suggested, but not required. Often the artist will cover their accommodation costs by holding a workshop, with all donations from the workshop going directly to the artist.

We are particularly seeking regional/local artists but we are very much open to interstate or international artists.
For artists on tight budgets, we have ways that one can reduce their costs of stay, either by additional work for the centre making products for our shop, or through community work. Generally 1 hour per day will pay for 1 nights accommodation.

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Open Call for artists: The Saari Residence 2021

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Open call for artists: Saari Residence 2021 is open

The Saari Residence, maintained by Helsinki-based Kone Foundation, is an international residence located in Mynämäki, Southwest Finland. It offers an excellent opportunity for artists of all disciplines and nationalities to focus undisturbed on creative work in the scenic surroundings of a rural manor house, as well the chance to interact with other residents.

Application period

The annual application period for residencies taking place in 2021 is now open and ends on Tuesday, 31 March, 2020 at 4 p.m. Finnish time (Eastern European summer time, GMT +3).

Applying
Open call for residencies is always for the residency place for the following year.

The two-month individual residency periods are January to February 2021, March to April 2021, September to October 2021 and November to December 2021, while the group residencies for 1 to 4 weeks take place during the months of May, June, July and August 2021.

Submit your proposal through the online grant service. Applications cannot be sent via email or outside the online service. Please read our guidelines carefully before applying.

The Saari Residence offers:

A grant
An individual residency spanning two months includes accommodation, a workroom and a monthly grant, the sum of which is determined by the applicant’s experience (€2,400 / €2,800 / €3,500 per month). The purpose of the grant is to cover the cost of living, travel costs and other expenses. Groups can apply for grant and support for travel expenses for a work period of one to four weeks.

Support for slow travel
Slow travel refers to avoiding flying and other ecologically unsustainable means of transport. You can apply for support for slow travel if you are coming to Saari Residence from outside of Finland and travelling out of Finland when leaving. If the journey takes more than a week in total, it is possible to also apply for a work grant for the travels.

Accommodation
The Saari Residence apartments have a kitchen or kitchenette with basic amenities, and one of the buildings has a shared kitchen. Each resident has an apartment to themselves, including an en suite shower and toilet. Groups stay in more compact accommodations and often share apartments.

Working space
The barn at the Saari Residence has been renovated as a diverse workspace for various artistic practices. The building contains a dance studio, three studios for visual artists, a sewing machine and a woodworking shop. The rooms for literary work are located in the apartments. The residence does not have a darkroom, media room or equipment for printing, pottery, graphics or textile work. One may apply for a residency for also the planning stage of their work. Groups working at the residence during summer months may also work in the unheated outbuildings. Residents will not have to share workspace with others.

A peaceful working environment
The Saari Residence is located in a tranquil rural setting surrounded by nature, situated on the shore of Mynälahti, 30 km north of Turku. The diverse workspaces and peaceful countryside surroundings provide a productive setting for focusing on one’s work. The Saari Residence is not intended, for example, for networking within the field of art or for hosting exhibitions or performances. No exhibition or performance is required at the end of the residency period.

The opportunity to meet other artists
The Saari Residence is also a meeting place for artists and researchers. The two-month individual residency periods, with typically seven artists from different fields and a researcher working on Kone Foundation grant staying at the residence at a time, provide plenty of opportunities for interaction that crosses the boundaries between both different art forms and art and science. At the same time, the Saari Residence offers peaceful and unique place where residents can focus on their work. The Saari Residence’s Community Artist works at the residence throughout the year.

 

Who can apply?
The residency positions are intended for individual professional artists, fiction writers, poets, novelists, translators, curators and critics, and artistic collectives (work groups or established organizations with a business ID, the minimum group size is 3 people) of all disciplines and all nationalities for the purpose of carrying out a project proposal presented in advance. Work partners can apply for individual residency in a joint application.

The selections for Saari residents emphasise artists whose work is rejuvenating and topical, as well as new forms of art. For each residency period, our aim is to select both Finnish and international artists, with representation from several different disciplines of art and stages of career.

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03/31/2020

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JAMAICA FLUX 5TH EDITION CALL FOR NEW YORK ARTISTS

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Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning (JCAL) is now accepting submissions through March 28, 2020 for Jamaica Flux: Workspaces & Windows 2021 . JCAL seeks proposals from artists to research the neighborhood of Jamaica, Queens, in 2020 for the presentation, and possible creation, of new, site-specific, public art projects that engage the local community in 2021. 

Not confined by gallery walls, Jamaica Flux is a contemporary public art project in which visual and performance art are displayed at a variety of locations along Jamaica Avenue in Queens, NY, including public and private open spaces and storefronts. With the intent to build equity and expand cultural inclusion throughout Southeast Queens, Jamaica Fluxstrives to commission and present art that involves the local community and creates changes in behavior and policy while also documenting the developments and contradictions that arise in the process.

First conceived in 2002 as a pilot program addressing the isolation of the art gallery from the community, Jamaica Flux has evolved with the community in every iteration to reflect the pressing issues of the times and to advocate for social change through the arts. Now in its 5th iteration, Jamaica Flux: Workspaces & Windows 2021 is dedicated to advancing research and visual and performative actions that foster social change, critical public discourse on advocacy, policy change, economic growth, collective civic action, and community engagement. The project aims to bring artists, local residents, curators, scholars, community leaders, developers, and politicians together to catalyze the transformative power of the visual arts, building on the cultural legacy of Jamaica while addressing the challenges of a quickly growing local economy.

This is an exciting time for Downtown Jamaica, and we believe this iteration of Jamaica Fluxis timely to document the rapid changing neighborhood and to be a platform for artists to voice concerns and advocate ideas. Artists living in New York City are eligible to apply, and all media is welcomed.

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Artists will receive $500 for their research that involves dialogue and collaboration with local businesses, sites, and/or social organizations around Jamaica Avenue. Research outputs (drawings, renderings, photographs, video, text, interviews, maquettes, mark-ups et. al) will be exhibited in the Miller Gallery at the Jamaica Arts Center, from May 14 through July 10th 2021.

Depending on available funding, the artists will receive additional support of up to $2,500 to materialize their visions of creating new, site-specific, public artworks, and present their project to the public in the physical site proposed, along with related programming in 2021. A published print catalog will be produced and distributed both on- and offline following the exhibition in 2021. 

Deadline: 
03/28/2020

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"Xposed - Naked and Not Afraid", Second Annual Celebration and Exploration of the Human Figure, Sexuality & Identity

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Second Annual Celebration and Exploration of the Human Figure, Sexuality & Identity.

Deadline: 
03/27/2020

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$25.00 for first 3 images, $5.00 for each additional image.
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