Open Call for Research Projects - Fully Funded Residency in Madrid

Medialab is calling for three research projects to be developed, during a maximum period of one year, within the framework of the themes proposed by Medialab, and in dialogue with the activities of Medialab's annual program and the communities linked to it.

Medialab is a space for innovation and research that welcomes projects that are too exceptional to fit into the strict lines of academic research, often incapable of bringing together and intertwining diverse disciplines or intermediate positions between thought and practice. Medialab's mission is to solve as much as possible this institutional vacuum, welcoming and promoting ideas and projects that, despite their brilliance and transformative capacity, do not find their place in the more disciplinary public programs.

2023 Brendan Gill Prize

In 2022, what creative works inspired you and made you feel more connected to New York City? Are you an artist who made a piece in 2022 that represents the city's culture, history, and excitement? 

MAS invites members of the public, artists, producers, writers, and other creatives to submit nominations for the 2023 Brendan Gill Prize. Click here to submit a nomination today: 

The Gill Prize is given each year to the creator of a specific work; a book, essay, musical composition, play, painting, sculpture, film, or choreographic piece, that best captures the spirit and energy of New York City. The 2023 Gill Prize will be awarded to an honoree who created an exceptional work in 2022.

Palm Springs Iconic ARTS Iconic

ARTS ICONIC is thrilled to announce the official launch of the groundbreaking Palm Springs Iconic Artist Marketplace.

 This first Annual Artist Marketplace will be held at the Camelot Theatres, 2300 E. Baristo Road, Palm Springs, CA., benefitting Palm Springs Cultural Center.

  The Arts Iconic brand allows artists the opportunity to exhibit their work, and collectors the opportunity to buy directly from the artist.

  Fifty artists will be selected by jury to participate in this three-day event, scheduled for March 10-12, 2023. Jurors to be announced.

   March 10, 4-7pm: Opening Night MEET THE ARTISTS Reception. *ticketed event

   March 11 & 12, 9am-3pm: Open to the Public *free admission


Canto Cutie is looking for art and literature for Volume 5

Canto Cutie is an art and literature zine that features the work of the Cantonese diaspora. Artists and writers who identify as Cantonese can submit their work at We are looking for visual arts, photography, short stories, poetry, and more. Submissions about the protests in Hong Kong can be kept anonymous. We publish for a bilingual English and Cantonese speaking audience. Free to submit. Deadline: June 1, 2022.

Residency in Colombia - Last spaces available for March-April 2022

Announcing artist residencies designed for the reopening of Colombia; for visual artists, musicians, writers, architects, clay artists, performers, and other makers.

We’re not quite out of the woods on the COVID epidemic, but international travel has been reopening all around the world. Back in March ‘20, we went into lockdown with 13 artists and learned a lot in the process. Since then, we’ve hosted another dozen or so artists with extra precautions to keep everyone safe, yet maximize the artist’s experience. We believe that a key part of the AIR experience is the commensality – those wonderful conversations we have while sharing a glass of wine and a good meal, along with the freedom to focus on your work.

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Banff Centre | Cultural Leadership Online 2022

This experiential learning opportunity supports future-focused leaders as they navigate shifting contexts and undertake transformational change at the level of system, organization, and self. Grounded in the teachings of Indigenous ways of knowing, being, and doing, and the vital role of art and artists in society, Cultural Leadership - Online brings together a community of change agents and community builders that reflect a diversity and intersectionality of lived experiences and leadership practices. Through this online program and in an extended community of inquiry, practice, and care, participants will approach leadership as a collective capacity and explore how to imagine and facilitate resilient new models.


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