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Agora Digital Art Residency

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Open Call for self-identified Women Artists working in New Media and XR

The Residency Lab is a digital residency opened to self-identified women artists, working in New Media Art with XR (AI, AR, MR, ML, VR, etc), challenging, exploring and engaging on the dis/embodiment, transhumanism and gender fluidity.

The Residency Lab is also a springboard to create a new project and to test new practices in a VR Mozilla Hubs venue.

That venue link belongs to the artist. You can continue developing your project after the residency. It is meant to invite people in such as curators, gallerists or collectors, to view your solo show.

 

How does it work?

Agora Digital Art will support and facilitate your creative process for the entire journey, with your designated curator.

What we offer today is curatorial support, plus networking opportunities. We also develop your residency page, produce a talk and do a “studio visit” after the residency. And, as a final boost Agora Digital Art creates a massive social media promotion campaign for you.

The objective of the residency is to start or to continue a project, in view to exhibit min. one artwork in a permanent virtual exhibition, in Mozilla Hubs.

 

Digital Art Residency Lab

  • Periods starting in 2021:  Opening for September to December
  • Application deadline:  on the 27th of each month 
  • Duration of the residency: one month
  • Outputs: a virtual exhibition in Mozilla Hubs (solo show), your Artist page, Interview or article, Agora Talk and social media promotion campaign. 

 

About you

  • You are a self-identifying woman or non-binary digital artist (She/Her or They/Them) or in a group including 50% women artists.
  • You have easy access to Internet.
  • You are min. aged 23 at the moment of your residency.
  • You do speak well enough in English.
  • You are committed to dedicating time and research during your residency.
  • You are willing to document your residency in a Live “Studio Visit” in a 121 zoom.
  • You are available for any content Agora will produce about you: interview, podcast or talk.
  • You work in New Media and XR (AI, AR, MR, ML, VR, etc)
  • Please prepare: 200-word max biography, 300-word Artist Statement, 500-word Project Proposal, plus social media and your website link.
  • The artists hold full intellectual property rights and control of the final piece they create and the venue in Mozilla Hubs.

FAQ

  • Is the Residency Lab paid? Since we are a young organisation, unfortunately, the Residency Lab is unpaid. We need to find a sponsor – hopefully soon. But Agora Digital Art does a lot of marketing promotion on- and off-line.
  • Who will be my curator? Agora Digital Art is a volunteer-based organisation, it will depend on the curators’ team availability and interest.
  • I have no project idea, can I apply? The Residency Lab is to help you to test new things. So, it’s better to start with a clear basis because one month is not that long to produce new artworks – depending on what you want to achieve.
  • I’m not in the age range, can I apply? Sorry, but you should be confirmed as 23 years old during your residency. If you’re too young, wait until you reach 23 years old.
Deadline: 
09/27/2021
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AUGUST DIGITAL RESIDENCY OPEN CALL

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Elephant lab digital residency runs quarterly, its a competitive selection process and each digital residency artist wins £1000 RRP Colart products delivered to their studio. This is a fantastic opportunity for recent graduates or emerging artists to familiarise themselves with our premium products and get technical online support from our in house product specialists and critical feedback from editors and creatives from Elephant Magazine. If you feel like this is something that would benefit your practice then please apply! Applications close 27th June.

Prize summary: 
£1000 art materials, online mentoring, digital showcase and open studio
Deadline: 
06/27/2021

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Fee Detail: 
£15 Non Refundable Administration Fee
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Call for applications: Sommerakademie Paul Klee 2021/22

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Up to nine residents are invited to join the Sommerakademie Paul Klee (SPK) program, curated by artist Dora García, and beginning 2 August 2021. Over the course of 2021 & 2022, the SPK features public lectures, closed-door seminars, and access to state-of-the-art infrastructure and technical support at the Bern University of the Arts (HKB) – but also teaching opportunities in the form of workshops at the HKB. In response to ongoing practical and political contingencies, this call is addressed to applicants residing within an approx. 1000 km radius of Bern. For the same reason, we are newly introducing the option of digital SPK residencies, from further afar.

Application deadline is 5 May 2021, 7 AM CET.

Credit Line: Demonstrations during International Women's Day, 8 March 2019, Ciudad de México. Photo by Esthel Vogrig

Deadline: 
05/05/2021
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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

 

Prizes Details: 

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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