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Bring Us Your Dead (Dia de los Muertos) 2018

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Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a Mexican holiday celebrated by many throughout Mexico and around the world. It is an ancient and enduring ritual in which the living commune with the dead – a mystical night when the veil is lifted between these two realms.

On The Day of the Dead, the lives of deceased loved ones are often commemorated by building altars or creating artwork and gathering around our offerings to share their stories. This is the intent and focus of our show this month.

Las Laguna Gallery is now accepting submissions of artwork commemorating or inspired by Dia de los Muertos. There are no restrictions on content, style, medium or context, but your entries should fit this theme, either traditionally or digitally, in some way.

We invite and encourage artists of ALL ages to participate and look forward to seeing your work. All local, national, and international artists, professional and amateur, are encouraged to submit their works for this art exhibition.

Acceptable sizes:  We do not have a limitation on size of works submitted but have found pieces over 48" to be costly for shipping and recommend manageable sized pieces.

Deadline: 
09/04/2018
Fee Detail: 
$35

Through the Lens (a Photography Exhibition)

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CALL FOR ART:   Through the Lens (a Photography Exhibition)

DEADLINE: August 4th, 2018
SHOW DATE: September 6th - September 28th, 2018

We've all heard the saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” A photograph captures a particular moment in time - for eternity. It serves as a memory of a life experience, or perhaps an emotion one will never forget. Photography can inspire and even be interpretive. With technology, the art of photography has grown in ways we never imagined. We are seeking unique photographic works from artists like you.

Las Laguna Gallery is now accepting submissions of all types of photography, including but not limited to, traditional film, iPhone, polaroid, digital, etc. There are no restrictions on content or style, photographs on any medium will be considered.

We invite and encourage artists of ALL ages to participate and look forward to seeing your work. All local, national, and international artists, professional and amateur, are encouraged to submit their works for this art exhibition.

Acceptable sizes:  We do not have a limitation on size of works submitted but have found pieces over 48" to be costly for shipping and recommend manageable sized pieces.

Deadline: 
08/04/2018
Fee Detail: 
$35

YOUNG ANIMATORS STUDIO

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We are pleased to be partnering with Curiosity Hub to bring you this educational and fun animation programme for young people, aged 10-13.

  • Make characters with animated clay models

  • Give them expressions and personalities

  • Create a world for your characters to inhabit

  • Record sound effects, speech and music

  • Film the action and edit on a computer

  • Show your masterpiece at our special screening night with popcorn and maltesers!

Lights, camera, action! Students will work in pairs to create their own short stop-motion film using and webcams. Our 8 week course will go into depth about different aspects of creating a successful stop-motion animation. We will focus on characters, sound, and movie sets as part of this mini-animation school.

After the workshop, students movies can be emailed home. Students will take home a learning journal and in the final week will be presented with a Certificate of Completion detailing their learning outcomes.

Whos it for?

Young people aged 10-13. No previous experience is necessary.

When is it?

After school on Mondays, 4.00-5.30pm, in 2 blocks of 4 weeks throughout Spring term.

EVENT INFORMATION & BOOKING:

Dates & Times: Mondays 4pm-5.30pm

16 Jan, 23 Jan, 30 Jan, 6 Feb, 20 Feb, 27 Feb, 6 Mar, 13 Mar (no class 13 Feb)

Venue: Lighthouse, 28 Kensington Street, Brighton, BN1 4AJ

Cost: 120 for 8-week course

Booking: Spaces are limited and booking is required.

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In Light Of, Photography Competition

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Black Bar Gallery

The phrase "in light of" means to take into account or consideration. This contest asks photographers to think about how light is seen and used in the photographic process.  Ambient, dramatic, directional, movement can make or break capturing a moment or object. Show us your best use of light!​

Exhibition Dates: Sept 30 - Oct 13, 2016​

Online Opening: 10 am MST, Sept 30, 2016​

A group exhibition of the top finalists will be held in our online gallery. ​

Entry Fee: 

  • (1-3 images $20) ; (4-5 images $30) 

  • All fees are Non-Refundable    

Awards - Art competition winners will be for first (Best in Show), second and third place. Best in show will win a one day artist take-over on all 3 of Black Bar Gallery's social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.)  Top 3 finalists will be archived with links to their website or online portfolio.  

Deadline: 
09/21/2016

Interventions: Cayetano Ferrer

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Cayetano Ferrer, Remnant Recomposition, 2014. Casino carpet fragments and seam tape. Installation view, Swiss Institute, 2014. Image courtesy of Swiss Institute.

This site-specific installation reveals the artist’s ongoing investigation into what he calls object prosthetics—the reconstruction of broken remains using a variety of conceptual and technological methods. Ferrer is interested in architectural fragments—as both objects and as ideas. His Composite series of sculpture is made by filling in pieces of marble or stone with digitally printed PVC that acts as a stand-in for what is perceived as “missing.” What results is a reimagining that can be considered both authentic as well as speculative. Hybrid sculptures that represent part fantasy and part elegy, Ferrer’s works provide the viewer ample space to imagine what lies between historical fact and invention.

 

Interventions: Cayetano Ferrer is presented in SBMA’s historic Ludington Court, the oldest part of the Museum devoted to its important collection of Greco-Roman antiquities. Taking advantage of the empty space—the sculptures are to be moved off site in preparation for SBMA’s forthcoming renovation—Ferrer presents the classical fragments in storage that are rarely displayed in the galleries. These carefully selected objects integrate and interact with work by Ferrer, including Remnant Recomposition (2014), a sprawling floor piece composed of casino carpet remnants.

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