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Emerging Artists 2022

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EMERGING ARTISTS 2022
This is the 30th annual competition for gallery exhibition and $500 cash award.  Open to all artists working in any media. This event is devoted to the discovery, introduction and promotion of Emerging Artists. The exhibition will be held March 3 - 26, 2022, at the Limner Gallery and is open to all artists working in any media. Deadline for submissions is October 31, 2021. Entry information online at:

 http://www.slowart.com/prospectus/ea2022.htm
 

Prize summary: 
$500 cash prize
Deadline: 
10/31/2022

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Fee Detail: 
$35.00
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Pure ART360 Edition 3

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Pure ART360 Edition 3 - An opportunity for artists worldwide to get visible on digital, showcase, exhibit and sell their artwork

Pure ART360 is an interactive digital and printed magazine; a series of artists broadcasts; a digital and physical exhibiton and event programme.

It is delivered dynamically online via Crowdcast, Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, the Pure ART360 website and the ISSUU digital magazine platform and physically at the Beauport House Gallery at the Bannatyne Spa Hotel, Hastings in the UK.

Edition 3 will focus on artists inspiration, muse and motivation

The event will launch on 1st October 2021 with an online Private View. 

The magazine will be featured as part of the Private View and promoted on social media throughout October, November and December. The physical magazine will be sent to all participating artists and distributed internationally to galleries, museums, interior design professionals and other relevant outlets.

Live and pre recorded broadcasts will take place during November. Live broadcasts will be live streamed on Facebook. Pre recorded broadcasts will be premiered on Facebook, Youtube and the Pure ART360 website.

The digital and physical exhibitions will take place throughout October, November and December and will be delivered alongside an events programme. 

All participating artists will be promoted throughout October, November and December 2021 across social media and press.

How it Works 

Submissions are invited from artists aged 18 years or older working anywhere in the world. 

All selected artists will receive additional benefits including discounts on Pure membership, programmes and courses and will be invited to attend 2 Pure events free of charge prior to April 2022.

What do I need to submit?

Submitting artists are required to submit up to 4 images, one of yourself working or with your artwork and up to three pieces of artwork (see FAQ's for further details). You will also need to submit approximately 100 words about yourself, your practice and your artwork, written in the 3rd person. 

We recommend you keep a separate copy of your statement etc in case of problems during upload and ask a friend or family member to proof read your copy before you submit.

If you are selected for any element of the event, you will also be asked to provide a short video of yourself in your studio or workspace. This can be you demonstrating, or talking about your practice or just a simple show around to set the scene. These videos will be used for event promotion and will be included in the digital magazine, as long as they are received prior to magazine publication. 

The videos will need to be uploaded to Youtube or Vimeo by yourself and URL link provided to us.

    When will I be notified if I have been selected? 

Artists selected to take part will be notified by the end of August. 

What does it cost?

It is FREE to submit.

Artists selected for a magazine feature will pay £145 (or equivalent)

Artists Selected for the live or pre recorded broadcasts will pay £95 (or equivalent)

Artists selected for the digital exhibition will pay £45 (or equivalent)

Artists selected for the physical exhibition will pay £100 (or equivalent)

Pure members selected to take part will receive a 15% discount on all elements. 

 

What is the submission deadline?

Submissions will close on the 31st July 2021

Do I get to keep profits from sales?

If you sell directly you keep all the money from any sales generated.

If you sell via Pure or via the digital or physical exhibtions, you will pay Pure commission of 40% (or level relevant to your Pure membership).

 

Deadline: 
07/31/2021

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Fee Detail: 
Submission is free, fees applicable if successful
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HELEN'S DRESS - e-Residency, workshop & exhibition project in Vienna & online

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HELEN'S DRESS - THE TSAKONIAN DRESS

The archaic origins of powerful women's attire

 

 

Overview:

• e-Residency: 20 - 22 August 2021

• Exhibition I:  Leonidio, Arcadia (22 - 29 October 2021)

• Exhibition II:  Puuul Gallery_VIENNA ART WEEK (5 - 20 Νovember 2021)

• LIVE online presentation (20 November 2021)

• Catalogue edition in SMCK Magazine For Independent Artists (November 2021 issue)

 

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Helen's Dress  - The Tsakonian Dress (Tzoubelou) is a combined digital/physical project consisting of an intensive 3-day virtual residency & workshop (part I), plus a double gallery exhibition in Leonidio, Arcadia and Vienna, Austria (part II). Additionally, project participants will be presented online in a moderated live online event (part III) and in SMCK Magazine’s 5th digital and print issue.

The project applies to multimedia and interdisciplinary artists, jewelry and fashion designers, performers who wish to combine various disciplines, such as jewelry and textile art, story telling, mythology and performance.

The goal is to create new works and objects, a photo narrative and a video.

 

e-Residency:

Helen is the immortal daughter Zeus and Leda.  Like her mother, Helen is the queen of Sparta. She is the personification of beauty, the ruler, the cause of war, the mistress, the faithful and the unfaithful wife, the mother, the scapegoat. Like the moon – her name's meaning in Greek – Helen gets lost and comes back.

How did this divine woman dress? We may guess by studying the Tsakonian Tzoubelou dress, scarlet and gold, gown and skirt, topped by a delicate velvet fes, and worn over a long white dalmatica shirt.

The art/design project reconstructs Helen's identity through the media textile, jewelry, performance, photography and video. Artists and designers participate in an intensive 3-day e-Residency in late August 2021 and reflect on the mythical figure of Helen.

 

Helen's Dress e-Residency aims at inspiring artists, designers, writers, performers and photographers to develop their own contemporary version of the ancient Greek myth. The archaic red and golden Tzoubelou dress of Tsakonia will be the starting point to deal with non-verbal expressions of feminity, hierarchy, power, women's history, glamor, awe and pride. The 3-day workshop program also addresses current issues that have a negative impact on women's lives, such as misogyny, abuse, manipulation, fake news, conflict.

The e-Residency introduces artists into the tradition of Greek art and culture, emphasizing narrative, Greek mythology, jewelry art, dress culture, women's history, performance and design.

It also aims to deal with applied art and design questions on how dresses may reflect power, determination, empathy, feminity, dominance, sexuality.

 

Double exhibition / online and magazine presentation:

Participants' work - objects, photo narrative, video - will be presented in two group exhibitions.

The first exhibition (22-29 October 2021) will take place in the 19th century historical town of Leonidio in Arcadia, Greece. The town is famous for preserving Greece's oldest traditions, including textiles, kilims and dresses, the doric dialect, dance and architecture. The dates chosen refer to the autumn holiday season for Greek and foreign visitors. The exhibition will present participants' photos and videos in public buildings, cultural venues and private spaces in the historical heart of Leonidio.

 

The second exhibition takes place in Puuul Gallery in downtown Vienna, Austria, from (5 – 20 November 2021), during Vienna Art Week (13-20 Νovember 2021).

An interactive online presentation of participants (interviews and videos), as well as a website documentation, will promote participants' work to art specialists, collectors and art lovers around the globe.

The project will be documented and presented in the fifth issue of SMCK Magazine.

 

 

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e-Residency concept:

The idea of the eResidency program reflects the tradition of 18th and 19th century travelers in Greece whose impressions greatly influenced artists and intellectuals in their own countries. Johann Joachim Winckelmann, archaeologist and founder of the Art History discipline, for example, never visited Greece, but developed his approach based on what he had read or heard from travelers. German poets Goethe and Hoelderlin found inspiration in Greek antiquity without ever having visited the country. The rediscovery of "Greek aesthetics" in art, architecture and fashion, and the revival of democracy in the age of enlightenment was more a product of imagination than of physical presence.

references:  A similar eResidency - Helen's Dress - exclusively designed for and funded by Stavros Niarchos Foundation, was realized by us in June 2020 after their original idea "Helen's Dress".

 

For project documentation, please visit:

Helen’s Dress Flipbook:  http://www.favelab.net/flipbooks/HelensDress-draft/mobile/index.html

Saturnalia:  https://youtu.be/dpefkPDrhmg

 

 

Workshop details (21 hours in total):

• From Greek mythology to narrative:  5 hours.

• Performance:  6 hours.

• Video scenario:  3 hours.

• Easy video techniques:  1 hours.

• From Greek crafts (textile, jewelry, ceramics) to contemporary design:  4 hours.

• Objects as performance inspiration:  1 hour.

• Individual coaching:  2x30 minutes per artist.

 

Number of participants:  Max. 20 artists.

 

Disciplines:  Visual artists, jewellery artists and designers, fashion designers, writers, performers. Daily workshops on mythology, history of culture, performance, Greek crafts, Greek jewellery, Greek traditional dress, narrative and performance guide artists to prepare their own story, performance and objects.

Deadline: 
08/01/2021

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Fee Detail: 
380 € paid by each participant
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Open Call - Duel

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OPEN CALL: DUEL

Curated by Amelia Biewald and Jason Clay Lewis

Apply Deadline:
Friday, July 23, 2021

Exhibition Dates: August 6, 2021 - September 5, 2021

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Deadline: 
07/23/2021

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$20.00
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A Show of Heads

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A SHOW OF HEADS is a thematic group exhibition of work that includes and/or is based on the portrayal, interpretation and/or transformation of the human head. The exhibition will be held at the Limner Gallery, November 18 - December 18, 2021 and is open for entry to all artists working in any media. $500 cash award, deadline August 31. 

Prize summary: 
$500 cash prize
Deadline: 
08/31/2021

Entry Fee:

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$35.00
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"mono" online exhibition 2021

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The entries for this exhibition have now been closed. Thank you for your interest, please come back soon to find new openings. 

Deadline: 
07/15/2021

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