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Open Call for Exhibition

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Hi,

 

We are a new contemporary Arts organisation dedicated to organising exhibitions for new contemporary artists across the country and internationally.

We are taking submissions and portfolios now for next years programme of group exhibitions.

Works can be in any medium and based on any theme. Our idea is to put on as many shows as possible of new artists works and to group together artists with similar practices.

We are looking for all mediums, including performance, film, installation, multimedia, music, sound, painting, sculpture and 3d. We prefer artists who are flexible with there practices and willing to take on new challenging spaces with there work.

 

Please could you email to us,

A personal statement (as many words as you like)

A portfolio (as many images as you'd like)

And any proposals for new ideas such as installations if you have any

All artforms are welcome

 

We will be back in touch with you soon

Regards

Sometime Exhibitions

Open Call for Puppetry Papers - (all research areas considered)

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Moving Parts is a brand new performance and training festival situated in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, focussing on puppetry, mask and object manipulation. Spanning six days across fourvenues, the ambitiousevent is especially geared towards adults, teenagers, emerging artists and professional practitioners.

We are looking for submissions to our Open Call for Puppetry Papers for our Tk4: Puppetry Research Conference happening on Saturday 1st April 2017, 1-3pm at Space Six in Newcastle.

Research papers can be on any subject, area of study or in any format within the world of puppetry, mask, stop-animation and object manipulation, such as social, health, historical, artistic, philosophical, anthropological, political etc. Papers must be able to be presented (or in part thereof) within 20 minutes at the Puppetry Research Conference, ideally by the writer or by someone you have entrusted. We welcome submissions that use visual demonstrations, images and even live puppetry, but it is not a requirement. You do not need to be an academic or official researcher to submit a paper. Submissions can also be solely demonstrated through performance and other means.

The ethos behind the conference is to promote networking between puppetry researchers at all stages in their career, but also to start infiltrating the benefits of puppetry further into academia. This in turn we hope will help puppetry be integrated more into other areas of life, such as mental health therapy. We will be developing this strand in future festivals, and are now looking for partnership, particularly with universities, theatre practitioners and health organisations.

Deadline: 10th March 2017

For more information on the festival: www.newcastlepuppetryfestival.co.uk

Get in touch and submit papers: info@newcastlepuppetryfestival.co.uk

Open Call: NINES Spring Takeover

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The NINES is a playful bar, kitchen and venue in Copeland Park, the heart of Peckhams emerging creative quarter. As an integral part of this culturally rich scene, we are dedicated to curating an events programme of music, arts and parties that reflect the spirit of our local community.

In addition to our in-house programme, over the last two years we are proud to have hosted and collaborated with a plethora of high profile arts and music platforms including Balamii, Island Records, Parallel Lines, NTS, YAM records, The Performance Studio, ArtLicks and many more residencies and one-off performances.

THE OFFER:

We are looking ahead to our 2017 programme and keen to forge new relationships with prospective future collaborators. With this in mind we are inviting established makers, thinkers and doers to take over the 9s Saloon for a week in Spring.

With a flexible approach to programming, we are encouraging a combination of day time and evening outcomes along the lines of workshops, lectures, performances, installations, gigs & parties.

This would suit those looking for an established Peckham platform from which to share work and experiment with new things.

FOR MORE INFO:

www.theninespeckham.co.uk/springtakeover

www.theninespeckham.co.uk

@theninespeckham

Copeland Park | 133 Rye Lane | LONDON | SE15 3SN |

Calling all film makers

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Real to Reel, the UKs first film festival dedicated to craft returns to Picturehouse Central, London from 24 May 2017.

From documentaries to story-led films to animation were looking for films to screen that capture skill in action, unveil hidden processes and invite us to look again at materials and those who shape them.

Your film can be of any genre; it can be traditional or experimental, a few seconds or feature-length. Essentially we are interested in film-making that has a craft story to tell, so do feel free to surprise us.

Applications are now open to be part of the festival. Submit your films by 5pm on Monday 6 February 2017. www.craftscouncil.org.uk/r2r

Real to Real: The Craft Film Festival is produced by the Crafts Council and Crafts magazine.

CALL FOR ENTRIES | THE JOHN RUSKIN PRIZE 2017 | 5K PRIZE FUND

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#RUSKINPRIZE 2017 |CALL FOR ENTRIESNOW OPEN!

www.ruskinprize.co.uk

The Big Draw with the Guild of St. George is pleased to announce the call for artists and makers open forThe 4thJohn Ruskin Prize

READ PRESS RELEASE (08.12.2016)

Application Deadline:Monday 24th April 2017

Prizes:1st Prize (3000) | 2nd Prize (1000) | Student Prize (1000)

Shortlist Exhibition:The Millennium Gallery, Sheffield 21st June 8th October 2017

Selection Panel: Kirstie Hamilton (Head of Exhibitions & Displays Museums Sheffield), Zachary Eastwood-Bloom (Sculptor & Designer), Mandy Payne (Artist), Julia Bell (Head of Partnerships, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Arts), Clive Wilmer (Master, Guild of St George), Kate Mason (Director, The Big Draw)

2017 THEME

This years theme:Hand & Eye: Master of All Trades in The Age of Jackrefers to theArtist as Polymath. Open to a range of interpretations and approaches, the theme is intended to lend itself to responses from artists and makers whose work celebrates the opportunity to marry diverse materials and disciplines.

ELIGIBILITY

In celebration of Artist as Polymath, 2017 marks the first year that The Prize will be open to makers and craftspeople, as well as fine artists. Alongside Ruskins own career as a polymath, the theme has been jointly inspired by The Year of Making in Sheffield, which took place throughout 2016, and The Big Draws year of STEAM Power, which celebrates the interconnections between Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths

ENTRY FORM + ELIGIBILITY

The selection panel will select20 prize finaliststo be included in a high profile shortlist exhibition at The Millennium Gallery, Sheffield 21st June 8th October 2017. The three winners will be announced at the private view in June 2017. All prize finalists will also have the opportunity to be included in the online Ruskin Editions collection.

CALL OUT FOR CHOREOGRAPHERS - Young Artists Feedback Forum

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TheYoung Artists Feedback Forumis a space for young artists to show their work in-progress to an audience in a supportive environment and receive constructive feedback.

The event is curated by Siobhan Davies DancesYAAG (Young Artists Advisory Group), and the evening will be facilitated by artist Amy Bell, who will guide young artists and audiences through the process of sharing ideas and feedback usingLiz Lermans Critical Response Process.

If you would like to show your work in-progress alongside other young artists,download the application form hereand send it to creativeprojects@siobhandavies.com.

Siobhan Davies Dance produces interdisciplinary and collaborative works that explore choreography across various disciplines. Interdisciplinary and experimental works are very welcome in the Feedback Forum.

We are looking for works in progress made by 14-25 year olds, with a maximum length of 10 minutes.

Deadline to apply:Wednesday 25 January 2017
All applicants will be notified byMonday 6 February.
Event date: Sunday 5 March 2017

For more information, email Claudia:claudiat@siobhandavies.com

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