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Tribeca, New York artist in residency program

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Shane Townley Gallery is a large gallery in the heart of TriBeCa, the gallery was founded in 2009 by Shane and Adela Townley. The gallery represents national and internationally established artists through special programming and exhibitions in its 5000 sq ft space on Broadway. Every year the gallery features a residency program and chooses 4 artists to show throughout a month in the calendar year. We are currently holding an artist call for submission for the resedncy programming for the 2020 year. By submitting art works by artists from around the world there is no submission fees and the residency program is 100% supported by the Townley arts foundation 501C3. 
 

artists are asked to submit 3 -5 images, Biography and full contact info.

Shane Townley Gallery

373 Broadway, New York, NY 10013 | ph. 917-472-9015 | @townleygallery

 

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30 day residency program 100% sponsored by the Townley arts foundation Inc.

Deadline: 
01/15/2019

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No entry fee, Sponsored by the Townley arts foundation.
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AADK Spain Artist Residency 2020

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AADK Spain invites all artists and researchers who wish to work on the topics of body, territory and spatiality to participate in its Artistic Residency Program.

For this edition, priority will be given to those proposals that focus on an expanded concept of architecture. We propose to consider listening and modeling spaces, experimenting with ways of inhabiting and recovering the memory of places as possible lines of action. 

For those interested in working with the community of Blanca, please bear in mind that projects of less than two months will not be accepted. The ability of artists to establish respectful relationships with the inhabitants and to be willing to engage in trial-error processes will be fundamental for these proposals.

Theoretical research projects of any scientific or humanistic discipline may be applied to this call, provided that they have the artistic practice as their object of study.

The Artistic Residency Program is carried out in Centro Negra, the current headquarters of AADK Spain located in the town of Blanca, Murcia. This program is a space for reflection and artistic research that encourages linking research with the historical, cultural and geographical context of the region.

We invite all those interested to submit their proposals.

Deadline: 
12/15/2019
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Luminous Expression

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“An artist cannot fail; it is a success to be one.” Charles Cooley

 

Luminous Expression is a monthly literary digital magazine designed to express the power of literature and storytelling by supporting writers, poets, and literary artists. It is the goal of Luminous Expression to elevate new voices while showcasing different cultures, genres, and mix media. By showcasing literature and storytelling Luminous Expression illuminates the multifaceted worlds of culture, society, art, race, gender, knowledge giving a birdseye view of current and on going issues. Luminous Expression is committed to presenting comprehensive exciting, relevant, thought provoking literature and storytelling that is all inclusive. Allowing Luminous Expression to be able to build a diverse community while introducing the art of storytelling to a broader audience. It is truly amazing the overall power and insight words on the page can provide and we welcome all voices.

The variety of genres that that are included in Luminous Expression magazine are: fiction, poetry, satire, science fiction, drama, philosophy, fantasy, comedy, lgbtq,  nonfiction, essays, philosophy, classic, action and adventure, mystery, suspense/ thriller, mythology, horror, fairy tale, short story, history, tragedy, rhetoric, historical fiction and prose

Luminous Expression is a part of The Art Of Monteque Review

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Selected writers will be featured in Luminous Expression.

Deadline: 
12/11/2019

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Illumination

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Illumination

July 24 to 26 2020

 

Hosted By The Dreamweaver Artist Ranch

Presented By

The Art Of Monteque Uncle Earl Enterprises Movie Reviews and More

Illumination is a three day event celebrating the arts, life and community with music, visual arts, dance, poetry, and performances bringing together the community and the arts in celebration of life, unity and equality.

July 24, 2020: Appreciation Day

Is the recognition and full appreciation of the community, independent entrepreneurs of good quality and environmentally sustainable work and the arts. With experiences of, culinary delights, the arts, inventive showcases and a farmers market in a visually stunning

landscape of beauty and old world charm. This is the perfect excursion for any lover of extraordinary experiences.

July 25, 2020: Illumination Event and Awards Dinner

An illuminating celebration of music, visual arts, dance, poetry, and performances. An awards dinner will be the capstone to an artistically festive day. Three awards will be presented to individuals which encompass the full spirit of life, art, unity and community.
There will be a raffle along with a silent and live art auction

July 26, 2020 Thank You Brunch

A simple brunch with music and performances to thank supporters, artists and entrepreneurs.

 

For artist who would like to participate there are still openings for visual artists, poets and photographers. artists who would like to participate there is a $40.00 submission fee and we ask artists who have been selected to participate to donate a piece of artwork to help support The Dreamweaver Artist Ranch.

If interested please contact Brian Sebastian at (424) 278-8875 moviereviewsnmore@gmail.com or The Art Of Monteque at info@theartofmonteque.com

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Artists who are selected been apart and featured in the illumination event.

Deadline: 
05/11/2020

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Fee Detail: 
$40.00 submission fee and we ask artists who have been selected to participate to donate a piece of artwork to help ra support The Dreamweaver Artist Ranch.
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Spillways Residency

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Deadline: November 14th, 2019

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Initiated through the Spillways Residency, Dread Scott produced the project Slave Rebellion Reenactment reimagining the 1811 German Coast uprising in Louisiana, which was the largest rebellion of enslaved people in U.S. history with a performance taking place Nov 8th and 9th 2019.  www.slave-revolt.com

 

Midwest writer Molly Rideout visited transient camps in New Orleans Lower Ninth Ward and published Transient, a collection of short fiction and essays that explores the pitfalls and allure of searching for home in a place that never belonged to you. 

 

Chloë Bass produced City Pallette App, a phone application through which participants can contribute to an interactive database mapping the colors of their city. https://www.paletteapp.city

 

Full Description (pasted from website)

A spillway is an engineering feat that provides controlled release of water from a river levee. Several spillways surround the city of New Orleans providing important control of flooding from the Mississippi. For Antenna, the Spillways residency is a way of providing the meaningful dispersion of outside thought and practice into the city through the development of creative feats. Spillways hosts national and international artists, writers, and cultural organizers that are interested in developing projects within the greater New Orleans region, and whose efforts question, transform, or expand the vibrant visual and literary culture of the area. At least four residents are chosen every other year to develop ambitious projects that aim for thoughtful public impact and engagement within the greater New Orleans region.

Residency

Residents will be awarded paid travel to and from New Orleans, an initial two week stay in Antenna’s residency space, a $1000 honorarium, and introductions to local stakeholders in their areas of interest. Spillways focuses on process over production, so in these initial immersive two weeks, residents are encouraged to come with an open mind and let their ideas adapt to what they have learned. Each resident’s experience will be modeled to spark project ideas that react in unique and interesting ways to the cultural fabric of the city.

Projects

Once returning home, residents will have up to three months to develop a proposal for a project within the city. Antenna encourages ambitious project proposals that aim for thoughtful public impact or engagement, which must include a significant outreach component. This could range from visits to local schools, free community workshops, public lectures, or other programs that help the public to better understand the resident’s creative process.

Once a proposal is received, the Antenna team works immediately assessing feasibility and tailoring its approach based on the needs of the project, including funding and materials required. Not every project proposal will be accepted, though if it is, the spillways resident will have the full support, and assistance of the Antenna staff and the organization’s 13 years of experience working in the region to assist at every step to help bring the idea to life. Budget/funding and additional visits and time in the city are adapted to the needs of each approved project, and thus both of these important aspects of a project are left open ended until the proposal stage of each residency. Despite ultimately being the resident’s project, Antenna envisions this process being inherently collaborative and the most successful projects will incorporate New Orleans’ based individuals into their development.

We invite you to visit https://antenna.works/spillways to see the ongoing work of residents and projects that are created through this residency.

Important Dates

November 14, 2019 : Deadline for applications

Late December 2019 : Residents announced

March 2020-December 2020 : Residency Period (based on Residents schedule)

January 2021-December 2021 : Project Development

Eligibility

-Open to visual artists, writers, collectives, or long-term collaborative projects.

-For artists: you must have a desire to develop work outside of a traditional studio model.

-For writers: you must have an interest in developing written works that require extended time within a self-defined local community.

-Applicants must be working in their field of expertise for at least 5 years.

-Must live outside of the greater New Orleans area.

-Cannot currently be a student enrolled in post-secondary or graduate-level programs.

 

Deadline: 
11/14/2019
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New Studio Building: V22 Stoke Newington, London

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V22 are pleased to announce that we have a new studio building available to rent in Stoke Newington, London. 

Located a 2 minute walk from Stoke Newington overground station, the spaces benefit from natural light and range from around 85 to 2000 sq ft.

The building is comprised of 19 ground floor studios and a mezzanine floor. There are self-contained units to let immediately as well as partitioned units available to let in the near future. 

Studios and workspaces at V22 are available to rent by artists as well as selected creative businesses and social enterprises.

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