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Corona and Climate Crisis

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The Corona pandemic demands our attention. But the other existential issue, climate change, is still important. Our main question is, “What do we learn from the current Corona affliction to avoid the climate crisis?” We use the term crisis instead of change, because change sounds too soft and manageable.

Both crises have in common, as one cause, strong global mobility. Another is our lifestyle and our plundering of resources. The threat is different. With Corona it is acute. The state is reacting strongly, following the advice of science. In contrast, the climate crisis poses a particular threat to future generations. This threat will soon no longer be kept in check by acute measures. The state is reacting insufficiently and not following the science.

What do we learn from this, what do we change? With Corona, the home office functions as a substitute for travel, and closed shops limit our consumption. This has advantages for coping with the climate crisis as these measures also reduce CO2 emissions.

We do not know what good habits will remain post-Corona to counter the climate crisis. The new bike paths on the streets of Berlin are here to stay. That is not enough though, society must not leave it at that.

We see Corona as a global pandemic which, like the climate crisis, is forcing us to far-reaching changes in behaviour. We no longer want to submit to our fate, we want to shape it!

How do artists see this? What images do they find for this action?

Open Call

In an open call, we invite artists to submit contributions to the above-mentioned topic for a group exhibition in our gallery space.
Disciplines: object, sculpture, installation, photo, painting, drawing, printmaking, video, sound are all possible. A performative contribution such as performance, VJ or similar for the vernissage, artist talk or finissage is welcomed.

Since the Corona crisis still requires restrictions, we will adapt the exhibition organization and the program accordingly. We are therefore planning both an analog and a digital presentation.

GG3 is pleased to invite emerging and established artists to submit artworks to our 51st exhibition “Corona and Climate Crisis” from October to December of this year. This is a very special exhibition for us, where we hope for a great public response from guests, collectors, media and curators. We are looking for a diverse range of artworks in all media and styles. It will be a group exhibition that includes artworks created by contemporary artists and shows what is being produced today on the subject. This exhibition will be held in conjunction with the artists of Group Global 3000 and will be a celebration of art and sustainability. The gallery will promote the selected artists in the exhibition and will host a formal opening reception as well as an artist talk and an expert lecture during the course of the exhibition.

Presence: Presence for local artists is desired for the vernissage and the artist talk as well as supervision on a date of the exhibition.

Programm

Vernissage Fri. Oct. 16, 2020, 7 p.m. Who will present music, performance?
Artist talk Fri. Oct. 30, 7 p.m.
Lecture Fri. Oct. 6 – Nov. 27, 7 p.m.
Finissage Fri. Dec. 11, 7 p.m. Who will present music, performance?

Location

Project room of Global 3000 Group e.V., Leuschnerdamm 19, 10999 Berlin, www.gg3.eu

We provide the exhibition space with equipment, bar, advertising by mail and though various websites and social media as well as web and print flyers, organization of the wall texts, the lecture, the documentation.

We are an independent, self-organized, artist-run space and work on a voluntary basis. Unfortunately, there is no budget for production, further technical equipment, transport, or insurance (the room is lockable). We look forward to good cooperation and consent to our contract  (gg3 rules regeln 2020).

Jury: Team GG3, Curators: Team GG3

51st exhibition

Deadline: 
09/09/2020

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Climate Change: What Will You Do To Help?

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The Oxford Arts Alliance is having a national juried exhibition in September called "Climate Change: What Will You Do To Help?". We're asking artists to respond to one or more of these questions with your art:

What can you do?

What will you do?

What are you doing?

What if we don’t?

Our juror for this themed exhibition is Emily Rosmus of the Ned Smith Center. Emily joined the Ned Smith Center in January 2019 and serves as the Education Coordinator, scheduling and leading educational programs aiming to bring art and nature together in a way that benefits both. She obtained a B.S. degree in Biology and a minor in Fine Arts from Saint Francis in Loretto, PA in 2014 and discovered her passion for environmental education shortly thereafter. She has always enjoyed the arts, dabbling in sketching, photography, and watercolor, and finds the Ned Smith Center a perfect environment to bring her two passions together and encourage others to do the same. She and her husband, Travis, recently bought their first home in Dauphin, PA, and live with their dog, Clara. When not working, she enjoys hiking, reading, running, and making sure Clara is living her best life.

Deadline: Friday, July 17th, 2020

Opening Reception: Friday, September 18th, 5-8 pm

Prizes Details: 

TBA based on sponsorships/grants

Deadline: 
07/17/2020

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$10
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Open call for Mountains to Oceans: the paradox exhibition *EXTENDED*

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Ocean Exhibit Series 2020
Mountains to Oceans: the paradox exhibition

Exhibit dates: 1 - 30th September 2020

In the event of a cancellation, the exhibit will take place here in Spring 2021.

Time is pressing.

In over 4.5 billion years of geological time, earth’s carbon system has suffered few extremes like today's. We and our fellow species are in trouble - here and now. 

​The immediacy of the effects of weather changes, humankind’s degradation of the forests and oceans, and the intimacy of the effects on us, in juxtaposition to geological time, is stunning, and is good reason to bury our heads in the age old sands. 

Alongside captivating works by a wealth of international artists, Art Science Exhibits brings nature science solutions into the conversation - such as ecosystem regeneration and clean-up - with the idea that when people begin to connect to the answers, change can occur. ​​​

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Mountains to Oceans inaugural exhibition will take place at our main location in the very heart of Berlin, the Grand Hall of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin’s Thaer-Institut of Agriculture, next door to our friends at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin (Natural History Museum). This site is three stories high and especially suited for large sculpture. 

We plan to travel some works in this exhibit to museum locations in Berlin, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, the USA, and potentially on to the 2021 Venice Biennale.

Participants in our former exhibitions have traveled with us to the 2019 Venice Biennale. Many of these artists found support to exhibit through our recommendations and many continue professional relationships with us. 

Photo by exhibiting artist Nina Schipoff.

Deadline: 
05/31/2020

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€20
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Sea of Change Mid-Atlantic

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Sea of Change Mid-Atlantic 2020

The Virginia Beach Art Center invites you to submit to our a showcase of all media artwork from the Mid-Atlantic states.  There is beauty in all the waterways that surround us, but our climate is changing and perhaps our lives as well.   Artists from South Carolina to Pennsylvania celebrate our present and warn of our future.

The exhibition is juried by Gary Ryan, Executive Direcetor of the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, and features an award total of $2000! The opening reception is June 5th, 6-8 pm.

The Virginia Beach Art Center is a popular venue for local and regional art, with a loyal following of patrons as well as a high daily visitor count.  We invite you to join our art family for the month of June and help us bring attention to the crisis that our oceans face.

Exhibition:  June 5 - June 28, 2020

Submission Deadline: April 20

Notifications Sent: April 30

Delivery:  Shipped works received May 20- June 2, Hand-delivered works received May 29 - June 2

Reception:  June 5, 6:00-8:00 pm

Exhibition ends: June 28, 4 pm

Pick up in person/return shipping:  June 30-July 1

 

Submission Fee:

$35 for up to three works (non-refundable)

Eligibility:  

Open to artists who reside in the Mid-Atlantic states (SC, NC, VA, DC, MD, WV, DE, NJ & PA) who are 18 or older. All media welcome.   Please advise of any special installation instructions in the description of your artwork (when you add the artwork to your CAFE portfolio).

All work must be original and created without the aid of an instructor or kit.  Work needs to have been produced within the last two years and not previously exhibited at VBAC. The Artist certifies that he/she created the works of art entered, has not infringed on any copyrights, possesses unencumbered title to them and has the right to loan and/or sell these works.

All styles and aesthetics will be considered. All artworks must be for sale and must remain on the premises for the duration of the exhibition.  The Virginia Beach Art Center is a public non-profit facility open to patrons of all ages.  The content of submissions should be appropriate for all viewers.  

Artists must include an interpretative statement (limit 700 characters) that will be displayed with the artwork.  

Submission process:  

All entries and payments must be submitted via CAFE (callforentry.org).  Please follow the directions on CAFE to set up your artist profile and then submit to this call.  If you have exhibition questions, please contact create@artcentervb.org.  Questions relating to the online submission process should be directed to CAFE.

Artists may submit up to three artworks for consideration.  A maximum of three photos may be uploaded.  If multiple views of a single artwork are uploaded, clearly label the photos as “Title-VIEW 1,” “Title-VIEW 2,” etc.

The non-refundable entry fee is $35.00.  Commission for works is 65% (to the artist) and 35% to the Virginia Beach Art Center. Payment for sales will be made within 30 days of the closing of the exhibition.  The artist will be contacted if a W-9 is required.

Limitations:

Works cannot exceed a weight of 40 pounds.  

Hanging works (2D) may not protrude more than 12” from the wall.  Works must be wired for hanging (no claw hooks), and the flexed wire must be a minimum of 3 inches from the top of the frame.  Gallery wraps are accepted only if the image is continued onto all four sides of the canvas.  Free-standing (3D) works may not exceed 24” in length or width (height may be taller). Those that require presentation other than a standard pedestal must include those displays with the works.  (Exceptions will be handled on a case by case basis--please contact us before submitting.)

Works that require special installation must come with clear instructions.  Any works that require complicated specialized installation must be installed by the artist.  We reserve the right to reject work for the exhibition that differs significantly from the submitted images and/or for craft issues.

Liability:

The art center staff will take great care handling artworks for exhibition.  However, the Virginia Beach Art Center, its staff, volunteers and gallery are not responsible for any damage that may occur.  We strongly recommend artists insure the works themselves and purchase insurance from the shipping company used.  Shipping your work means that you agree to this.

Shipping:

The artist is responsible for shipping costs to and from the art center.  All shipped works must arrive between May 20- June 2, 2020 without exception.  Hand-delivered works are accepted May 29 through June 2, 2020.  Artists must issue pre-paid return labels for their works through UPS or FedEx to be returned.  We do not arrange return shipping in any other manner.  Please, NO packing peanuts.  Works should be shipped in reusable packaging and containers for return.  Clearly indicate any unpacking and re-packing instructions for return of works.  Works that do not include a return label and works that are not picked up within one month of the end of the exhibition become property of the Virginia Beach Art Center.

Prizes Details: 

A total of $2000 in cash awards will be given.

Best in Show:  $750

Award of Excellence:  $500

Award of Merit:   $250

Most Creative: $200

3 Honorable Mentions: $100

Juror:

Gary Ryan, Executive Director of the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA).  

Born and raised in Norfolk, Ms. Ryan has more than twenty years of leadership experience, which includes running the Katonah Museum of Art as Interim Executive Director, as well as spearheading business development at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and strategic initiatives at The Metropolitan Opera in New York City.

Thrilled to be back home, Gary currently resides in the Virginia Beach neighborhood of Shadowlawn.

Deadline: 
05/01/2020

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$35 for up to three pieces
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Rising: Climate in Crisis Residencies

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A Studio in the Woods is now accepting applications for Rising: Climate in Crisis Residencies. The call is open to artists of all disciplines who have demonstrated an established dialogue with environmental and culturally related issues and a commitment to seeking and plumbing new depths. Residencies are 6 weeks, will take place between September 2020 and May 2021, and include a $2500 stipend and $2000 materials budget.

Rising Residencies invite artists to examine the severity of the climate crisis and be agents of change to guide our collective understanding, response, and vision as we shape our shared future. New Orleans and the inhabitants of our region are frequently invoked as some of the most vulnerable to the effects of environmental degradation. While sea levels, temperatures and emotions are rising, our highly manipulated landscape can be seen as a microcosm of the global environment, manifesting both the reckoning and hope which are required in the ways humans interact with shifting urban and natural ecosystems. As the climate crisis moves beyond coastal communities and permeates the collective understanding of the future, the challenges faced by Southern Louisiana resonate exponentially. We look to artists to ignite our imaginations, illuminate our challenges, and offer new ways to examine the world.

Rising Residencies will provide artists with time, space, scholarship and staff support to foster critical thinking and creation of new works. We ask artists to describe in detail how the region will affect their work, to propose a public component to their residency and to suggest ways in which they will engage with the local community.

Proposals are due by April 13th and residencies will be awarded by June 12th, 2020. 

Deadline: 
04/13/2020
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Playing for Time - call out for 13-18's

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We’re looking for one individual or group aged 13-18 to create a brand new piece of music in response to the current climate emergency. 

As part of the project you’ll receive a budget of £200, support from a professional musician, and the opportunity to record your work and perform it live. 

The theme

“We are right now at the beginning of a climate and ecological crisis. Now is not the time for speaking politely. Now is the time to speak clearly. We need to call it what it is: an emergency.”
Greta Thunberg

On Friday 20 September young people around the world walked out of school to demand action on global warming and climate change. They say that the steps taken by governments and corporations aren’t enough - they’re just playing for time, delaying the inevitable. Drastic action is needed today to really make a difference.

Music is a powerful tool for raising awareness and motivating people into action. We will support you to think creatively about environmental issues, and inspire change through music. We want you to be playful and ambitious - this is your chance to create something for the future. 

What’s involved

You will:

  • Create new music in response to the theme (this could be 2-3 short pieces or one longer piece) between November 2019 and March 2020 
  • Record your music professionally at Box Yard Studios in Manchester
  • Showcase your work at our Sing City live night in March 2020

We will:

  • Connect you with a professional musician who will guide and support you throughout the creative process
  • Give you a budget of £200. This could be spent on: 
  • Field trips to spark creative ideas
  • Artist fees (e.g. if you would like to bring in other people to work with you such as a band, AV artist, dancer or filmmaker)
  • Equipment/instruments/materials needed to create and perform

Who it’s for

  • Individuals or groups aged 13-18
  • Based in Greater Manchester, Cheshire or Merseyside

Whether you see yourself as a composer, songwriter or producer, whether you use acoustic instruments or electronically generated sounds - we’re interested in hearing from musicians of all genres and backgrounds.

How to apply

Please complete a short online form* telling us a bit about yourself, your musical interests and experience, and why you are interested in this opportunity.

Deadline: Mon 28 Oct, 10am

APPLY HERE

Everybody that applies will be given the opportunity to take part in an exclusive songwriting workshop during February 2020 half term.

For more information or if you have any questions please contact Lucy Wallace at lucy@brightersound.com or 0161 830 3899.

*We’re committed to supporting and meeting the needs of people with learning difficulties or disabilities. If you require the form in a different format or have difficulty completing the form online, please call us to discuss alternative options on 0161 830 3899.

Supported by Youth Music as part of the Alliance for a Musically Inclusive England, and made possible by funding from the National Lottery via Arts Council England.

Deadline: 
10/28/2019

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