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OPEN CALL: Artist in Residence at Petrohradská kolektiv, Prague

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Our resident Soyoung Bae during her performance ~ I missed you last night and the old lady at the window, AiR Petrohradská kolektiv 2019

Artist In Residence 2021 

Petrohradská kolektiv announces an open call for artists to participate in an international program Artist in Residence for the year 2021.

The residential program is intended for active artists, creators, and theoreticians, who desire independence and want space and technical support for working on their projects. That’s what the Petrohradská kolektiv AiR program offers in the heart of a multi-genre cultural center in Prague. The goal of the program is creating an open platform for international artistic dialogue, interconnection of different cultures, and support for emerging artists working with diverse media.

Residence is an opportunity for independent professional development, artistic exchange, networking, and experiments. Since accommodation and a studio are included, we prefer applicants from outside of Prague.

The resulting outputs of the residences will be showcased in Jedna Dva Tři Gallery at Petrohradská kolektiv complex. The main theme of the exhibition program of the gallery for 2021 is Chaos, therefore we ask the applicants to take this into account when applying with their projects.

Who are we looking for?

Residence is intended for creators with an interest in creative sharing and participation in the field of Prague contemporary art scene.

Prospective residents should introduce us concrete projects that would be realized within their stay in Prague. The final result of the residence is traditionally showcased in Jedna Dva Tři Gallery, which is part of the Petrohradská kolektiv complex. Anyway, the form of the output can be adapted according to each project’s nature.

What do we offer?

  • Accommodation and a studio in the Petrohradská kolektiv complex
  • Covering the travel and material costs (up to 200€)
  • Technical support and consultation
  • Exhibition in Jedna Dva Tři Gallery (or an alternative)
  • Free entrance to all the events organized by Petrohradská kolektiv

The original idea behind Petrohradská kolektiv was to make a community space for creativity and art practice, where there’s a place for both efficient working and pleasant relaxing, where you can focus on your own projects and then take a break without the necessity of leaving the building. 

Within the AiR we provide technical support, promotion, and curatorial assistance. Travel and material costs are covered up to a maximum of 200€.

We know that a convenient working environment is fundamental, therefore within the residence we provide a shared studio with a workshop with basic equipment with an area of 60 square meters, a photo/video studio, and a recording studio. Each project requires different technical equipment, therefore the technology needed is consulted with each resident individually.

Each resident gets a private room in a 3-room apartment with a common area, a kitchen, and a bathroom. The apartment is situated on the ground floor of the Petrohradská kolektiv building.

Petrohradská kolektiv organizes many cultural events within its complex. All of the selected residents get to attend these events for free.

Within the residential program, which works in parallel with these events, there’s an opportunity of collaboration with other artists and mentors from different cultural backgrounds. Thanks to that, residents can actively participate in various programs of Petrohradská kolektiv.

Residence conditions

Participation in the residential program requires communication skills in English or in Czech.

Each resident is obligated to prepare a final report of their stay including a photo documentation.

Residents of the AiR program of Petrohradská kolektiv are required to spend at least 75% of the duration of their stay in the place of the residence.

The stays include an author’s presentation (or its online equivalent) and an exhibition output or else

The residence must be completed within the specified period and it is not possible to interrupt it.

Because of the current situation, the stay is conditioned by submitting a confirmation of a negative test result for COVID-19. The cost of the test is not covered by Petrohradská kolektiv, but the resident themself.

Residence duration

AiR 2021 will take place between May 1 - November 30 2021.

When applying, please let us know about your preferred dates.

There are two types of residence:

1. Fully covered residence:

The fully covered residence doesn’t require any fee paid by the resident. All costs of accommodation and equipment described above will be covered by Petrohradská kolektiv.

The duration of the fully covered residence is 4-6 weeks, when the resident must finish their project and prepare it for the presentation in a form of exhibition. 

In the first round of the selection procedure, a maximum of 6 residents will be selected for the fully covered residence.

2. Residence covered by the resident:

For applicants who are not selected in the first round, there will be a possibility of joining the second round of selection procedure.

Applicants, who are selected in the second round, will be offered the same type of residence of a duration of 1-2 months for a 700€ fee per month, which will cover the costs of their stay. The projects within this type of residence won’t be showcased as a part of the program of Jedna Dva Tři Gallery.

There will be up to 12 residents chosen for the paid residence in the second round.

Petrohradská kolektiv can provide confirmations in forms of acceptance letters to prospective residents applying for external financial funding of their residence.

Deadline: 
03/30/2021
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Friends In The Arts Open Call for Magazine Submissions

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Friends In The Arts Magazine opens the international call INVISIBLE ATLAS by welcoming submissions of essays, interviews, reviews, podcasts, videos, photographs, poems, short stories, short articles, artist projects and art investigations concerning contemporary art in all disciplines from friends in the arts around the world at any career stage.

Friends In The Arts presents the theme INVISIBLE ATLAS for FITA’s first international art magazine created by the Friends In The Arts community, to promote creative individuals and cultural organizations working exceptionally in the arts. We are committed to explore the best being produced around the globe and select the most impressive analysis of contemporary art forms in our bi-annual editorial magazine published in March and September.

Opportunity

In this exclusive Open Call for submissions, FITA is inviting all friends to send proposals that address the ways in which we live, move and connect as individuals. Drawing from the book “Invisible Cities” by Italo Calvino, where navigation to map the invisible is key and “the shortest distance between two points is not the straight line but a zigzag” (Calvino, 88: 1974), we open to discussion: What is the purpose of connecting invisible cities around the globe? Who is drawing frontiers in the world cartography? Where can border lines be traced? How are we moving forward as spaced coordinates? Why do we keep fighting concepts of abstract space? We also welcome proposals concerning educational material to help friends enter the art market profession.

Candidates

Friends from all around the world can send their submissions as individuals or groups of individuals. The digital platform Friends In The Arts is supported primarily by yearly membership quotas. Authors are urged to subscribe to the yearly program at Friends in The Arts Contempo page and ask their institutions and friends to do the same. 

Magazine

Friends In The Arts Magazine is an international published art magazine that communicates artistic research from all disciplines.

Deadline: 
03/03/2021

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Fee Detail: 
29,99
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THE QUEER ARCHIVE FESTIVAL 2021

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Introduced to the Athenian cultural scene in 2020 by the creative platform The Queer Archive with the support of Onassis Stegi, “The Queer Archive Festival” is looking forward to a strong comeback in May 2021 to celebrate the rich and vibrant queer culture of the city of Athens and beyond.

The second edition of “The Queer Archive Festival” will take place in a variety of traditional and alternative spaces within the centre of the city. In recent years, the Greek capital has grown into a genuine queer arts kernel. This burgeoning queer art scene does not only challenge dominant narratives, but also revels in the margins and the growing popularity of the fringes.

We invite submissions from contemporary artists, creators, scholars and curators working with moving image, performance, installations and any creative medium. Particularly, we seek radical, engaging, provocative, playful and visceral artworks dealing with gender identity in most different ways. The submissions can be of already produced works or original proposals specifically for “The Queer Archive Festival” and have to be created by, for, about, or of interest to queer audiences. We do not suggest a specific theme for our festival editions, so that all applicants feel free to communicate their ideas, no holds barred. Each artist tells a personal story and we wish to provide a free platform for all.

We are closely monitoring the Covid-19 virus guidelines and its impact on the festival circuit. The Queer Archive is bound to comply with any new protective measures against Covid-19 transmission.

Deadline: 
12/20/2020

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11th France + Singapore Photographic Arts Award (FSPAA)

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Alliance Française de Singapour is searching for its next big photographic artist!  

11th France + Singapore Photographic Arts Award (FSPAA) is calling for entry now. Alliance Française de Singapour cordially invites both French and Singaporean photographers to submit their works for this year's theme "Interlude".  

Top 10 finalists will get to exhibit in a group exhibition at la galerie from 27th Jan - 13th Feb 2021, and the grand prize winner will be invited to host a solo exhibition at la galerie in 2021.  

Prize summary: 
Solo Exhibition at Alliance Française
Prizes Details: 

Top 10 finalists will get to exhibit in a group exhibition at la galerie from 27th Jan - 13th Feb 2021, and the grand prize winner will be invited to host a solo exhibition at la galerie in 2021.  

Deadline: 
12/12/2020
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Commission for Artist aged 18-24

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As part of our commitment to support the next generation of creative talent 2Faced Dance are offering one young maker or collective of young makers, the opportunity to create a new work as part of the company’s Spring 21 season.  

If you’re a young artist aged 18-24, working in any form or medium and currently based in the UK and you have an idea involving up to 5 dancers then this is for you. The result could be an exhibition, film, performance or installation.

What we are offering:

  • A commissioning fee of £3000
  • A project budget of £800 for any set, props, costume, licensing etc.
  • Up to 15 days of free rehearsal space
  • Use of up to 5 professional dancers from 2Faced Dance
  • Marketing and Project Support

The process and product must be able to be delivered in a Covid Secure manner. Please think about this when making your application.

Prize summary: 
£3000 (plus £800 budget for any set, props, costume, licensing etc.)
Prizes Details: 

A commissioning fee of £3000 plus a project budget of £800 for any set, props, costume, licensing etc.

Deadline: 
11/12/2020

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Hindsight, 2020 Was A....... INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION

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IncuArts Gallery invites artists to submit work for the upcoming show, Hindsight, 2020 Was A....

For many 2020 was a year like no other. A global pandemic hit, wildfires swept through large portions of countries while hurricanes and storms flooded others, people died, lives were put on hold, jobs were lost, economies were in crisis, schools closed, major elections took place, and more. What did 2020 look like for you? How did it feel? How did you respond? How has this year shaped you, your life, and your practice? At IncuArts we ask, “What happened?” 

HINDSIGHT, 2020 WAS A   is a look back on the year 2020, at what happened and what it meant to us.

 

Each artwork will be considered based upon the merit of individual images submitted by each artist.

Selected artists will have their work featured in the online exhibition and via social media platforms.

Women, people of color, LGBTQ+, and other community members are strongly encouraged to apply.

*Entries will be reviewed on a weekly  basis until the deadline. Artists are strongly advised to submit their entries early.*

 

Entry Deadline: December 19, 2020

Selections Announced: December 23, 2020

Exhibition Dates: January 1 - 31, 2021

 

$30 ENTRY FEE

Submit up to 5 Images for  $30.

Submit up to 2 videos  for  $30.

 

Deadline: 
12/19/2020

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Fee Detail: 
30
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