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Call to Artists - Ucross Fall 2020 Residency (Aug - Dec)

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UCROSS RESIDENCY PROGRAM - FALL 2020

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Ends on March 1, 2020

The mission of Ucross Foundation is to foster the creative spirit of deeply committed artists and groups by providing uninterrupted time, studio space, living accommodations, and the experience of the majestic High Plains while serving as a good steward of its historic 20,000-acre ranch.

ABOUT THE RESIDENCY PROGRAM

The Ucross Foundation Residency Program offers the gift of time and space to competitively selected individuals working in all artistic disciplines.  The Foundation strives to provide a respectful, comfortable and productive environment, freeing artists from the pressures and distractions of daily life.  As painter Carol Schwennesen commented, "There has been no other art experience that has been as wide and deep and solid as the experience of being at Ucross."

The Ucross Foundation provides living accommodations, individual work space, and uninterrupted time to approximately 85 individuals each year.  Typical residencies are one month in length but can vary from two to six weeks.  At any one time, there are up to ten individuals in residence, a mix of visual artists, writers and composers.  In most cases, studios are separate from living quarters.  

Lunch and dinners are prepared Monday to Friday by a professional chef with ample provisions on hand for breakfasts and weekends.  Lunches are delivered to individual studios; group dinners take place at 6 p.m.  Towels and all linens are provided, as is weekly housekeeping for bedrooms.  There is cell phone service and wireless internet throughout residency facilities.  

Residents are responsible for providing their own working materials and for their travel to Sheridan, Wyoming.  There is no charge for a residency. 

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UCROSS FELLOWSHIP FOR NATIVE AMERICAN VISUAL ARTISTS - FALL 2020  

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Ends on March 1, 2020

Current work is requested.  An applicant's work sample is the most significant feature of his or her application. Unless work is interdisciplinary, each applicant is encouraged to apply in a primary discipline and submit a work sample and project description which emphasizes this single discipline. Competition for residencies varies seasonally and with the number of applications. While only one Fellowship winner will be selected, all applicants will have the option of being considered for a regular Ucross residency.

ELIGIBILITY: Residencies are open to Native American visual artists who meet the following criteria:
* be a practicing contemporary visual artist currently producing works of art in all visual mediums including: PAINTING, DRAWING, MIXED MEDIA, SCULPTURE, PRINTMAKING, PHOTOGRAPHY, VIDEO, ANIMATION, PERFORMANCE ART, INSTALLATION and CERAMICS.
* an enrolled member of a state-recognized or federally-recognized Tribe, Pueblo, Nation, Native Community, Political Entity or Alaskan Native Village.

VISUAL ART WORK SAMPLE: Submit 10-15 IMAGES (in JPEG format, NO PDF'S for work sample) and a DATA SHEET that corresponds to your images which includes title, medium, size and year of completion.

FILM/VIDEO/ANIMATION/PERFORMANCE ART WORK SAMPLE: Submit up to 3 video files, each less than 8 minutes in length and smaller than 200 MB in size, or provide up to 3 VIMEO or YOU TUBE URL links.

THERE IS NO APPLICATION FEE FOR 2020 UCROSS FELLOWSHIP FOR NATIVE AMERICAN VISUAL ARTISTS.

Deadline: 
03/01/2020

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Fee Detail: 
General Call $40 or Native American Visual Fellowship FREE
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Artist Residency in New York City

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Residency Dates: April 20-25, 2020

Dacia Gallery is pleased to announce its Artist Residency Program in New York City. The painting intensive program will comprise of drawing and painting the figure from life, guest lecturers, a business of art course and gallery visits. Additionally, Dacia Gallery will host a group exhibition of the artwork you created during the workshop. The residency is open to all visual artists and will accommodate all levels of experience. Artists living in New York, national and international artists are invited to attend. This is a wonderful opportunity to study and paint in NYC, if you are interested in participating register today, spots are limited.

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02/20/2020
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2020-21 Call for artists

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Deadline: January 10, 2020

 

Introduction

Est-Nord-Est (ENE) is an artist-run centre whose mission is to provide an international community of artists and authors in contemporary art with support by offering space and time for research and experimentation, as well as privileged access to local resources and knowhow.

 

The centre is situated in Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, a village on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River, in a unique geographic and historical locale. The predominant aspects of the landscapes are farms, forests, and the river. Saint-Jean-Port-Joli is situated 115 km from Quebec City and 350 km from Montreal.

 

Originally based on the idea of encounters between sculptors with contemporary practices and those using regional traditional skills, ENE now welcomes contemporary visual-arts artists from all disciplines. The residencies at ENE are intended for professional artists, both established and emerging, from all over the world. They offer artists and authors an opportunity to explore their research more deeply, to experiment, and to create in a cultural space that is unique, lively, and stimulating. ENE is a member of Res Artis, Pépinières européennes de création and of the Regroupement des centres d’artistes autogérés du Québec.

 

The eight-week residency periods, which bring together four artists and one author in the field of contemporary art, are offered in spring, summer, fall, and, in 2020 for the first time, winter. In summer 2019, Est-Nord-Est moved into its new building created and designed specifically for artist and author residencies. The centre’s expertise in hosting residencies oriented the choices made when its premises were built. This new architectural concept places exchanges, friendly relations, and technical and logistical assistance at the heart of the experience offered to residents. Through these choices, the centre once again reaffirms its innovative position with regard to art residencies.

 

Duration of the residency

 

8 weeks

 

Residency periods

 

Spring: April 20 to June 12, 2020

Summer: July 6 to August 28, 2020

Fall: September 14 to November 6, 2020

Winter: February 1 to March 26, 2021

 

Conditions

 

The eight-week residency includes:

  • Residency honorarium of CAD $1,530
  • Access to an individual studio-workshop to be used for work and lodging
  • Access to specialized equipment (wood, metal, ceramics)
  • Access to a documentation centre (books, magazines)
  • Access to local resources
  • Technical and logistical support
  • Access to a bicycle in summer/ local transportation organized by ENE in winter

 

* Materials, travel fees and other living charges are at the residents’ expense.

 

ENE offers artists:

  • Time and a place to devote themselves to research and experimentation
  • Privileged access to local resources and diverse areas of knowhow
  • An international art community

 

Expectations towards the artists:

  • To make full use of the residency period offered for his/her research
  • To be present during the entire residency period
  • To present his/her approach and research interests at the beginning of the residency at a public event organized by ENE
  • To present his/her research and experiments carried out during the residency at a public event organized by ENE at the end of the residency period
  • To propose a workshop for a youth or community organization in the region (an additional fee of $100 is offered to artists whose workshop proposal is selected) (optional)

 

Artists are selected according to the following criteria:

 

  • The artistic quality of the proposal
  • The potential impact of the residency on the artist’s career
  • A constructive mix of art practices
  • A mix of genders and generations
  • Representation by residents from Quebec, Canada, and around the world

 

 

A jury of peers evaluates the applications. For each residency, ENE selects artists and authors whose practices are complementary in nature or in dialogue with each other and comply with its mandate.

 

Submit an application – Deadline: January 10, 2020

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01/10/2020
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OPEN CALL Cripta747 Studio Programme ed. 2020

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Application for Cripta747 Studio Programme are now open.

  • 3 studios available

  • 3 time slot: March + April | May | June + July

  • Deadline: January 12th, 2020

APPLY NOW!!!

From 2017 Cripta747 has ran a Studio Programme to promote the international mobility, the stay in the town of artists from all over the world and the growth of the city’s cultural fabric.

The studios are open to artists, curators and researchers who want to spend a period of work and production in Turin.

Cripta747 Studio Programme supports all aspects of contemporary art production with particular attentiveness to research and development. It offers a workspace in a context that favours dialogue and pair exchange of ideas and skills between visual arts and other expressive languages. Cripta747 Studio Programme is influenced by the area’s rich heritage of craft. The proximity to artisanal workshops, family run manufacturing factories and small innovative companies present in the neighbourhood actively contribute to create a stimulating environment and an experimental production approach.

In addition to the Cripta747’s team, tutors follow artists’ research and production through meetings, critical conversations, interviews, studio visits, workshops and guided tours. Tutors role is to give a plurality of point of views about present scenarios, giving the artists involved new opportunity of exchange and discussion around their work. Cripta747 organises open studios, which give the opportunity to engage artists directly with audience, to test out new ideas and processes developed during the residency in studio.

Cripta747 Studio Programme is a project by Cripta747, realised thanks to the support of Fondazione CRT.

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Studio service fee is:

  • € 260 per month both for the 56 and the 35 m2 rooms 
  • € 200 per month for the 18 m2 room.

IMPORTANT: a 15% discount is reserved for artists not represented by a gallery, independent curators and researchers, students. If you are eligible for the discount, Studio service fee is € 220 per month both for the 56 and the 35 m2 rooms / € 170 per month for the 18 m2 room).

It covers organisational and management costs, the expenses of advertising and promotion. The fee includes: a private studio, the use of the kitchen, wi-fi, bills (electricity, heating and water use, maintenance), reception service, technical assistance in the ordinary management of the space, curatorial support, assistance in the production, help in organising appointments with art professionals,communication and press office service, photographic documentation, technical assistance in setting up the studio, participation in curatorial projects in partnership with Cripta747 Studio Programme. 

Cripta747 Studio Programme does not include accommodations, living expenses are to be entirely covered by the participating artists.

Cripta747 doesn’t provide any grants to cover the studio and the production costs. Upon request, we issue a letter of support for individual grant seeking to selected candidates. 

Deadline: 
01/12/2020

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SpeakAIR Web Residency Open Call 2020

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SpeakArt has been promoting funded/free residency open calls since 2016. Despite having no physical space for engagement, our community organically grew in the last 3 years thanks to digital platforms.

While physical real-time interactions are still the essence of today’s social activities, digital space has become an alternative way for creative professionals like us to share ideas. Celebrating the limitless potential of this platform, SpeakArt is delighted to announce the launch of its first artist residency program – SpeakAIR.

SpeakAIR is not a traditional residency programme that encourages artists to create artworks on site. Our aim is rather to offer artists time and space to undertake artistic research. In other words, we want to support artists on the various stages in the process of artistic experimentation. As defined by Johan Pousette, process in the art context refers to “the artist’s own development of ideas and an interest in sharing this with an audience as a part of the working practice”. Keeping this notion of process in our mind, SpeakAIR seeks for creative professionals who are interested in the process of art making.

During a one-month residency, artists will be asked to use a SpeakAIR facebook page as a ground for research. This online platform will become an interactive room, not only where artists share their research but also where the public can join in discussions in real time. Artists are expected to use a live-streaming to reach out to the audience. There are no regulations on the contents – may it be performance, reading, QAs, creating artworks, coding, you name it. However, it should highlight how the notion of process is important in your art practice. The residency will culminate in a live-streaming presentation of the month research.

Please keep in mind that this online space is designed to serve multiple functions, namely a laboratory /studio/ blank canvas/ discussion room/ community space. If your practice does not encourage discussions to take place, this residency is probably not for you. We hope this virtual space will decentralize art conversation.

Eligibility:

This open call is open to artists working in a wide range of disciplines and mediums. This opportunity is not limited to digital artists, but applicants must be comfortable using a live-streaming function on Facebook.

The artists are expected to:

-use live-streaming a minimum of 3 times during the month (not including the final presentation).
-have access to a high-speed Internet, computer (with a microphone and camera), or a mobile phone if preferred.
-be willing to engage with the online audience. This is your opportunity to share ideas and develop your project further.
-dedicate time and energy to a project and be ready for the final presentation by the end of the residency. We do not expect artists to present a finished work as it is open-ended research residency.
-provide documentation of the project to SpeakArt at the end of the residency.
-create a Facebook account or use your existing account

 

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What we offer:

-a stipend of 200 CAD
-a digital documentation
-publication/promotion on our website and social media
-technical assistance

Deadline: 
12/15/2019

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AIR Studio and Residence Space

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A.I.R. Studio Paducah is an Artist-in-Residence Studio and efficiency apartment located in the Lower Town Arts District of Paducah, Kentucky six blocks from the Ohio River. We welcome self-motivated, focused artists working in a range of creative practices: visual artists, photographers, architects, writers, composers and improvisational choreographers. Applicants are encouraged to have a clear objective for their residency. Stays usually range from two weeks to three months.

The residency affords the artist time and space for focused, independent work, the development of new ideas and experimentation. Visits to area cultural centers, galleries, and performance venues as well as short trips to regional arts facilities can open up a range of networking possibilities. A.I.R. itself features a storefront gallery/multi-purpose space that can be used for exhibitions or presentations during the residency.

Deadline: 
02/15/2020

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Fee Detail: 
$25.00
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