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Handbali Magazine will present the work of five selected artists in the fourth edition of this magazine. The call is addressed to artists or groups, of legal age and coming from any corner of the world. Those interested can send their projects according to the format established in the rules until March 14, 2022.

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Handbali Magazine calls on artists and groups to present a documentary project that highlights natural or urban spaces, as well as the interaction between nature and human beings, to form the fourth print publication of this new emerging photography magazine.

The proposals will be evaluated by the team and organization that integrate Handbali Magazine and their decisions will be unappealable. Five (5) full projects will be selected for future publication in print and ten (10) finalist projects will be selected. A single photograph from each of the finalist projects will be selected for publication in print.

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14/March/2022
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Project / Forward: 2047

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Call Out for Moving Image Artists from the Inner West, Sydney, NSW, Australia

We are looking for new media, projection, video and artists who can communicate via moving image to submit for MG's Global Projection Festival initiative, which has been seen in Kenya, Indonesia, Colombia, Nepal, Jordan, Peru, Italy, Cambodia, Philippines, Bangladesh, Finland, Spain, Austria, USA and Hong Kong.

Project/Forward: 2047 will be part of the Inner West Fest on 26 March and 5 artists will be commissioned to create works that are relevant for the local community and the local perspective.

Works are to be a moving image work that responds or aligns to the theme. It can be an animation, illustration, video, a rendering, a loop, timelapse, stop-motion: anything that moves. .

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1 - Your work idea must align with or respond to the concept. An envisioning of the world in 2047, and how it relates to your local community in the Inner West of Sydney

2 - It should be a solutions-based concept: no violence, apocalyptic themes or doomism is relevant to this project

3- It must consider and respect the local community and its diversity

4 - We are looking to commission 5 works that are no longer than 2 mins in length, however will consider longer if there is a compelling reason to do so

If you have an idea please click the link below to apply.

You will need to submit:

1. An outline of your idea;
2. Previous examples of your work;
3. A simple project plan on how you will realise the work

We will be selecting a series of works to accompany our guest invited artists and select Micro Galleries Collective works. We will inform you if your work was successful.

Deadline for submission: 10pm AEST, 30 January, 2022.

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A weekend-long global projection art festival with pop-up events throughout the year. We curate a (approx 45 min) video package of artworks from artists all over the world who want to create a solutions-based, inspiring society. The project aims to be shown in under-resourced spaces that don't usually get to see projection art and host spaces anywhere in the world, hosted by MG Collaborators who get to see artists they wouldn't normally see. The projection spaces will be a space not usually used for cultural/art activity such as a temple, a bridge, a house, a brick wall, a monument, a laneway.

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AUD500 fee
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30/January/2022

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Digital Art, Assemblage and Cut Paper Collage

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Digital Art, Assemblage and Cut Paper Collage is an exhibition that will focus on the various forms of digital art and the relationship between digital and traditional paper collage. 3D assemblage will be represented comparatively as sculptural collage. The exhibition will be held at the Limner Gallery from September 8 - October 1, 2022.  All digital art forms, cut paper collage and assemblages will be reviewed and considered.  The entry deadline is April 30, 2022. The entry form is at: https://www.slowart.com/prospectus/digital_paper.htm

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30/April/2022

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$35.00
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“Halloween 2” Digital Art Contest

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Pixarra is announcing a call for artists for a new digital art contest under the theme of “Halloween”. Submission is free of charge and is not limited in the number of entries. 2D and 3D artists from around the world are invited to show their art.

All submissions must be digital paintings created with illustration software and the participants must have the full copyrights on them. Traditional art, photographies, photo manipulations, collages and animation are not accepted.

Participants can submit their entries at www.pixarra.com/competition between October 25 and November 21, 2021.

The winners will be selected by a jury and will be announced on November 24, 2021. The evaluation  criteria will be: quality, technique and thematic relevance.

The prizes consist of illustration software by Pixarra, as follows:

First Place: TwistedBrush Pro Studio 25

Second Place: Pixarra Studio Bundle 3 

Third Place: Pixarra Studio Product  (Paint Studio, Tree Studio, Blob Studio, Liquid Studio, Luminance Studio, Pixel Studio or Selfie Studio) by choice.

For more information, please visit the Contest Rules page www.pixarra.com/rules or contact us at support@pixarra.com.

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21/November/2021

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Call for Web Residencies No 17: »Undesired by the Market: Resting!« curated by dgtl fmnsm

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From the dgtl fmnsm chat:
 

»Hey dear!

Wanna hang? Wanna work?«

 

With the 17th Call for Web Residencies by Solitude, curated by Sarah Fartuun Heinze, Andara Shastika, Franziska Goralski and Ulla Heinrich for dgtl fmnsm, artists are invited to experience, explore and enjoy taking a restful break in a utopian space of possibility from an intersectional and queer feminist perspective. Because the radical break – whether in the form of creative freedom in the context of a virtual artist residency or a self-chosen sabbatical – is, above all, one thing: a space of possibility. 

We are interested in what artists and collectives do in their breaks, which aesthetic and emotional practices exist and which ones have yet to be invented. Who can actually take breaks, and what class issues are associated with breaks? What is more feminist than taking a break together, alone, or just because? What if our lives were structured by pleasure, softness and community instead of our deadlines? What happens to us when we close the tabs in our head? What do breaks in the digital world look like? What would we do if we did not make use of every opportunity? What qualities must a break display in order to be more than a mere charging station in the capitalist cycle of exploitation, and is this even possible?

Individual artists as well as groups and collectives are invited to adopt the space of the radical pause, shaping it as they see fit. Go on vacation, complete an aesthetic project that has long been eating up your breaks, or design your own break-free utopia: because perhaps breaks have become superfluous in our contemporary utopian spaces. Who knows?

 

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The collective dgtl fmnsm has been examining what virtual potential lies in the contemporary performing arts and how a theater of the future might look in digitalized societies in hybrid and interdisciplinary formats, both online and offline, since 2016. The network-based collective works in fluid constellations within the context of festivals and digital artist residencies, as advisors for online formats and their policies and mentors for virtual aesthetic practices. Here, the focus is placed on the various forms taken by emancipatory and collective collaboration in a hypercapitalist world, and which critical connections we need in order to avoid exploiting one another more and more.

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Sarah Fartuun Heinze was born in Marka (Somalia) in 1989, is Swabian, lives in Cottbus and works as a multidisciplinary freelance artist and cultural educator from a queer feminist, intersectional perspective at the interface of theater, games, music and empowerment. She sees herself as an aesthetic researcher and is a member of the Creative Gaming initiative, a freelance author and part of the New German Media Makers. What’s more, Sarah Fartuun Heinze likes to play games. One of her favorites is »Zelda: Ocarina of Time«, probably because the key to most of the puzzles lies in the music. And, as is so often the case, it is equally far from screens and theater stages.

Andara Shastika or Shasti (born in Jakarta in 1992 – now based in Kassel) is an artist and organizer who embraces multi-disciplinary/directional practices and areas of curiosity. As a visual artist, Shasti works with performance and digital media on subjects such as language, revenge, curses, demonic voices, haunting and ghosts. As an organiser at the interface of art and activism, she is active in multiple Kassel-based intersectional queer feminist and BPoC-led collaborative contexts, including the livestream platform TERRARISTA TV, the BPoC artists’ initiative Cura Han Hati, and the recent first ever BPoC Festival. She is currently employed as an artistic assistant to Prof. Dr. Swantje Lichtenstein and Prof. Maria Schleiner, working on the research project »ComArts« at the University of Applied Sciences in Düsseldorf. Shasti is also a vocalist with the hardcore band ORANG.

Franziska Goralski (born in Radebeul in 1992) studied fine arts in Dresden until 2017, is founder of the Department for Potentiality to Act and works with food & intellectual concepts. Her conceptual approaches constitute a cross-media experience. She collaborates with Anna Erdmann as the duo »die Blaue Distanz« on queer themes and low-hierarchy spatial concepts.  After an artistic research stay in Los Angeles funded by the DAAD, she consolidated her interest in fairer models of future coexistence at the Sandberg Instituut Amsterdam in the Master’s program »The Commoner’s Society«. Since then, the Department for Potentiality to Act has been investigating practices – i.e. active practices – on the topic of commons.

Ulla Heinrich (born in Dresden in 1987) is a cultural mediator, curator and cultural manager (MA) who works in communication. From 2015-2018, she worked at HELLERAU – European Centre for the Arts as Head of Digital Communication, Assistant to the Artistic Director and Head of Special Projects. Ulla Heinrich has been organizing and executing projects and workshops on the topic of digitality and gender for teenagers, young adults and educational professionals for over a decade. A feminist activist, Heinrich gives lectures on the topic and organizes free educational events with her Dresden-based group böse&gemein. She is the initiator, curator and collective member of dgtl fmnsm and has been the CEO of Missy Magazine since May 2019.

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This call is rewarded with a four-week residency and a 750-euro grant.
Deadline: 
15/November/2021
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Watery Wonders

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For Sacramento Fine Arts Center's first photography exhibit in three years, a broad range of photo techniques are accepted. Award categories include traditional film, digital imaging, images from camera phones, and a category for images that have been significantly manipulated.

ENTRY DEADLINE: April 22, 2022
ENTRY NOTIFICATION: May 6, 2022

Show Dates: May 24- June 18, 2022

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Cash and Merchandise Awards
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22/April/2022
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