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Metro1011 Open Call

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We are an independent, printed art-magazine created by creatives for creatives. Our aim is to make a statement and support other artists by presenting their artworks. We accept submissions by professionals and amateurs, of all ages and from all locations. Artist may submit every type of work that can be used in a printed media, we also accept pictures of visual works. For further information about the submission guidelines visit our website metro1011.de

 

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Access and Opportunity, Diversity & Inclusion – Call for Entries

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Monmouth University’s Pollak Gallery
January 21 – March 13

Acts of injustice, bias, and disrespect, against groups and individuals, continue to play out across our nation. This juried exhibition will feature works that define what it means to be a good citizen in a global context, a person appreciative of all cultures and committed to fairness with respect and equality for all. By looking broadly at access and opportunity for all members of society regardless of age, disability, ethnicity, gender identity, national origin, race, religious affiliation, or sexual orientation we can help everyone recognize, appreciate, and respect difference.

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  • Submissions must be entered through CAFÉ (https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=6885) and should include: artist statement, images/media of each piece, artist bio and entry fee.
  • Entry fee is $20 for up to 3 artworks.
  • Each artist may submit up to 3 artworks.
  • Mediums accepted include: painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, mixed media, small constructions or installations, short films, and crafts.
  • Shipping/drop off of accepted work to Monmouth University is the responsibility of artist

Presentation Guidelines:

  • Only artwork of professional presentation will be accepted.
  • Wall-hung items must be appropriately framed and/or edges adequately finished.
  • Pictures must use sturdy wire as the hanging medium. No saw-tooth hangers or metal eyelets accepted. Frames must be free of defects.
  • Three-dimensional works must be stable to stand on their own or be submitted with adequate display stands.
  • Three dimensional artwork cannot exceed 5’h x 3’w and not weigh more than 75 pounds.

The call for entries closes at midnight on December 2, 2019. Participants will be notified by December 16. The show will run in Monmouth University’s Pollak Gallery from January 21 – March 13, 2020 with an opening reception on February 8 from 6-8 p.m.

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12/02/2019

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$20
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Call for entries: Bridgeman Studio Award 2019

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Launching on the 5th of October 2019 to celebrate Black History month in the UK and promoting the Art of Diversity, the international Bridgeman Studio Award is sponsored this year by Verizon Media.

Now in its 6th year, the Bridgeman Studio Award is the fastest growing contemporary art competition for artists, illustrators and fine art photographers.

This year’s prize: £5,000 cash commission for the design of a limited edition print and tote bag to be sold online on Artsy and in a London Gallery exhibition in 2020. There are 5 runner-up prizes worth £500 each. The runners up will also have the opportunity to exhibit their works in a London gallery. 50% of the sales of the limited edition prints will go towards the charity Mama Biashara.

The Brief – The Art of Diversity

We all have a story and a relationship to diversity and we want to hear it from emerging artists, through their eyes and their art. Art is, after all, a conversation between a creator andan audience, and we want to start this conversation.  Art influences our emotions andemotions are impacting behaviour. We want you to create and inspire change through your art.

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12/16/2019

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BRIDGEMAN STUDIO AWARD 2019

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Launching on the 4th of October 2019 to celebrate Black History month in the UK and promoting

the Art of Diversity, the international Bridgeman Studio Award is sponsored this

year by Verizon Media.

 

Now in its 6th year, the Bridgeman Studio Award is the fastest growing contemporary art competition 

for artists, illustrators, and fine art photographers.

Our partnership with Verizon Media continues a legacy of previous competitions where

the Bridgeman Studio Award worked with prestigious brands such as the Affordable Art Fair,

HarperCollins and the Wilderness Festival.

 

This year’s prize: £5,000 cash commission for the design of a limited edition print and tote bag to

be sold online on Artsy and in a London Gallery exhibition in 2020. There are 5 runner-up prizes

worth £500 each. The runners up will also have the opportunity to exhibit their works in the London

exhibition. 50% of the sales of the limited edition prints will go towards the charity Mama Biashara.

 

The Brief – The Art of Diversity

 

This year’s brief has been chosen by Verizon Media.The idea of launching an international art competition follows the path of Verizon Media’s Black is the New Black initiative last year.

 

This year, the United ERG wanted to go further and choose the context of the UK Black History Month to celebrate diversity. Diversity within the black community itself, but also diversity within the different communities living in our cities, or in the many ways we approach life and work.

This competition is also about reminding ourselves of the importance of allies, and how allies can help to make things progress and create more awareness by being advocates of inclusion.

 

''Championing diversity and inclusion is not only a moral and cultural mission, but also a

business imperative for us here at Verizon Media. We will make better decisions, create

more innovative products and have a more profound impact on society, the more we can

promote diversity and inclusion from within and through compelling partnerships as with the

Bridgeman Studio Award.''

  

We all have a story and a relationship to diversity and we want to hear it from emerging

artists, through their eyes and their art. Art is, after all, a conversation between a creator and

an audience, and we want to start this conversation.  Art influences our emotions and

emotions are impacting behaviour. We want you to create and inspire change through your

art.

  

So, how do you see and experience diversity in your city?

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01/12/2019

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SPE Media Fest

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The SPE (Society for Photographic Education) Media Festival (originally the SPE Women's Film Festival) has featured innovative and provocative short documentaries, animation and fiction by, for and about women and minorities since 1995. The 2020 festival will be screened in Houston, TX, on Friday and Saturday, March 6&7, at the 2020 SPE National Conference.
Narrative, documentary, animated and experimental shorts under 30 minutes, that address issues of concern to women, minorities, global or LGBTQ communities are eligible. All rights must be cleared. All selected films will be screened live at the conference. Filmmakers may also choose (or decline) to be included in the on-line festival on a password-protected site from June 2020-May 2021. The theme of the conference is 20/20 VISION. Preference will be given to films/videos that reflect the conference theme.

Deadline: 
10/28/2019

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$10-25
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LUMINOUS BODIES international art residency

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LUMINOUS BODIES

Programmed Art Residency
Artscape Gibraltar Point, Toronto Island, Canada
LuminousBodies.com

Residency Dates: July 2-15, 2019
Extended Deadline: March 15, 2019

Luminous Bodies is a two-week residency to create artworks that shed new light on the human body. Its objective is to challenge “normativity” and Otherness. Its goal is to reinvent and re-present the body in most inclusive and diverse ways. Resident artist talks, gallery tours, visual and textual references, guest artist talks, and regular critiques (individual with Facilitator and group critiques) help uncover how our bodies are culturally and aesthetically constructed, displayed and controlled. Residents work individually or collaboratively to create artworks that reinvent the body through media of their choice, such as photography, video, installation, drawing, painting, performance, movement, sound art, media art, etc. There will be a closing exhibition of artworks created during the residency (if preferred, artists may show in open studio fashion). The essence of Luminous Bodies is about bringing to light heterogeneous bodies. It welcomes people in all walks of life into a creative journey of critical innovation and self-discovery. People with disabilities, people of colour and diverse gender identifications are encouraged to apply.

Artscape Gibraltar Point is an artist retreat nestled against the magnificent natural backdrop of Toronto Island. It offers a distraction-free environment to focus on art creation, and a rich potential for the creation of corporeal artworks amongst its blue-flag beaches (one of them being clothing optional) and natural surroundings of Lake Ontario, forests and gardens filled with flowers, fruit and vegetables. On the island, there are tiny quaint homes, a historic lighthouse, a hobby farm and antique carnival grounds. Cozy up in a furnished studio and bedroom, and enjoy amenities such as a fully equipped common kitchen, shared bathrooms, laundry facilities and wireless Internet. AGP is a barrier free and inclusive environment. The Toronto city core is just a 15-minute ferry ride away.

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03/15/2019
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