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Go! Figure - Juried Figurative Art Competition and Group Exhibition

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Go! Figure

This is a call to all FIGURATIVE art, of all visual MEDIUMS and artists from ALL LOCATIONS.
 

Cutting edge Hermosa Beach gallery is looking for the best working artists to feature in an upcoming group exhibition at ShockBoxx Gallery in early April of 2020. The top artist submissions will win a Cash Prize and Award Certificate, as well as receiving Featured Wall Space in the exhibition. This is a call centering around the Human Figure, so use this theme to submit your best figurative artwork to this Juried Competition and Group Show.

Artworks will be judged based on creativity, originality, quality of work, composition, and overall artistic ability.

Competition will also be featured on ARTSY.

Cash Prizes to top artists selected by the jury.

Jurors: Jurors to be announced...

ENTRY DEADLINE: Submit your entries from now until February 29th, 2020.

Prizes Details: 

The top artist submissions will win a Cash Prize and Award Certificate, as well as receiving Featured Wall Space in the exhibition.

Deadline: 
02/29/2020

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Fee Detail: 
$25
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The Westmorland Landscape Prize

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Conceived and developed by Westmorland, the Westmorland Landscape Prize aims to document, celebrate and interrogate our relationship with the landscape. It offers a First Prize of £10,000: Westmorland, along with Selectors Cherie Federico, Anne Desmet RA and Hazel Stone are delighted to announce Sharon Baker as the winner.

Sharon is awarded First Prize for Packwood Fragment 14, one of a series of prints based on images of a topiary garden at Packwood House, Warwickshire. The garden is depicted as a ‘hyper-green alien landscape’, striking, startling and synthetic. It has been manipulated into an aesthetic that may pass as beautiful, but that has little or no resemblance to the landscape’s natural form. As an artist, Sharon is interested in the subjective nature of value, particularly in the form of what human beings choose to keep and what they choose to discard. Packwood Fragment 14 interrogates the value that we place in regulated beauty and questions the morality of the dominion that we attempt to hold over the natural world.

Sharon’s work will be presented alongside that of another 70 artists at the gallery at the Rheged Centre, Penrith from 13 September – 10 November 2019. In this inaugural exhibition, two themes emerge as dominant: conservation and environmentalism. John Stokes, Gallery Manager at the Rheged Centre comments that ‘the way we view our landscape is changing. The sense of it being something we possess is diminishing; instead, we are learning to perceive it as a victim of our thoughtless actions. An art prize about landscape gives us the perfect opportunity to talk about the challenges the landscape is facing and to redefine both what it is and who it is for.’

Deadline: 
11/10/2019
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新銳當代藝術人才培育計劃 The Emerging Talents in Contemporary Art

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About The Emerging Talents in Contemporary Art

1a space aims to provide young and emerging curator and artists a platform and resources for implementing conceptual and experimental art project. The Emerging Talents in Contemporary Art encourages local and international talents with curatorial guidance, training and advice to help actualize their artistic project. To enhance reginal and international idea exchange and dialogues, the project will be divided into two parts to engage with talents from different part of the world. Projects that take innovative curatorial approaches and experimental formats will be encouraged.

Part 1: Open Call for Artist/Curator (Pan-Asia/Belt and Road regions)

Exhibtion period: September – October 2019 (exhibtion duration not less than 6 weeks)

Application deadline: 28th July 2019 24:00 HKT

Announcement of result: early August 2019

With the aim of encouraging curatorial research in tandem with exhibition planning, the programme provides deserving curatorial talent or curatorial team/ artist or artist group a platform and necessary resources to realize an innovative and experimental project to fill the gap between larger public institutions and commercial ventures. The aim of this curatorial residency programme is to promote arts in Hong Kong with international collaborations and to enhance international curatorial research in Hong Kong. The first Open Call in 2019 autumn will start with inviting 1 art talent/art unit from the Pan-Asia region and “Belt and Road” regions. For countries included in the “Belt and Road” regions, please refer to : https://urlzs.com/Tgjji

An honorarium will be provided for selected artist/curator. 1a space provides allowance for flight tickets (for non-Hong Kong curator(s)/artist(s) only), accommodation (for non-Hong Kong curator(s)/artist(s) only), exhibition space and production fee to the curator(s)/artist(s), who produces an exhibition in 1a space in September to October with at least 1 related public programming. S/he will organize and present the exhibition and related public programmes within the residence period. For curator scheme, an inclusive of local artist(s) is encouraged.

All applications submitted will be considered final and treated as such. Applicants will not, under any circumstances, be permitted to add or edit an application once it has been submitted. All incomplete or duplicate applications will be immediately disqualified. All the submitted plans and materials will be entrusted confidentially.

Submission Requirements:

Group and solo exhibition proposals are both welcomed

Curator/curatorial team/artist from Pan-Asia region and “Belt and Road” regions

A no more than 10-page detailed exhibition proposal that outlines both the curatorial statement, background and plan for the exhibition

a short synopsis of proposed project

expectation and objective for joining the project

A preferred duration of stay and if accepted this can be negotiated according to gallery availability and schedule

a working timeline for the exhibition to open in September – October 2019

List of participating artist(s) and short bios for each (maximum 4 participating artist)

A completed Budget Plan with considerations for shipping and/or art production as well as artist fee

Curator(s)/artist(s)’CV

Portfolio of previous production

Deadline: 
07/28/2019

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TRACTOR RESIDENCY - last minute call for July 2019

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Due to unforseen circumstances we now have one last minute opening for the July TRACTOR programme; thus we offer -30% discount on the residency fee

TRACTOR programme is for all those creative minds who either wish to change their environment for a couple of weeks and find inspiration in a new surrounding or simple need undisturbed time to develop or finish up a body of work.

This self-directed creative programme offers you the luxury of time and the needed freedom to perform a new body of work, research innovative ideas or just experiment with different techniques or modes of production.

Test” your ideas within a larger frame than your own studio, research, share skills, and knowledge, interact or collaborate in a vibrant multidisciplinary environment free from constraint, harshness or formality.

Exhibit and/or share your practice within an artists’ talk.

This call is for July 2019, for a two, three or four weeks period with a 30% discount on the residency fee. For more info, facilities, work options  and the application form visit our web page:http://dclinicstudios.com/tractor/

Deadline: 
06/25/2019
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DECENTRALIZE! - exhibition series and residency

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We would like to invite artists from all over the world to share their unique viewpoints, and add more diverse voices to the local art scenes of smaller towns in Hungary.

The program starts with a series of residencies and exhibitions in Zalaegerszeg, and continues next year when a selection of artworks from this period will be included in a print publication and a travelling exhibition at independent smaller galleries in a number of Hungarian cities. A closing exhibition is planned to take place in Budapest.

All disciplines are welcome, however the end result of your project should be something that can be presented at an exhibition event. During the residency we will help you gathering materials, setting up the installation and organizing the public events. (open studio, meet the artists and of course an exhibition opening). We will also provide opportunities to meet other resident and local artists during your stay.

Duration of residency: The standard residency period is two weeks, but longer periods can be negotiated.

Accommodation: In a two bedroom flat near the city centre and the studio.

Studio/ workspace: A shared studio/exhibition space for two artists per residency period.

Residency fee: The residency fee is 320 Euros per person for the residency period of two weeks. 

Deadline: 
05/12/2019
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MiXER 2019 - collaboration based residency - LAST MINUTE CALL

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Are you looking for excitement?
Can you bear a little culture shock to shake up your art/life-style?
Would you like to expand your existing creative practice?
Do you have enough courage to work collaboratively?

Due to a cancelation, we have a place open for MiXER 2019 project.

MiXER is a cross-disciplinary collaboration experiment or as we call it "a playground" where artists from diverse art disciplines and cultural backgrounds are encouraged to engage, share methodologies and inspire each other. With the task of working in pairs artists are given the opportunity to regenerate their creative dynamism, exchange and develop new ideas; experiment with no fear of failure and thus assess their own artistic processes – learning valuable insights from

WHY MiXER
To foster creative boldness, risk and experimentation.

MiXER urges dialogue and interchange, and should be seen as an opportunity to try out different types of working processes. With a focus on experimental research and discussion we hope to stimulate interaction in the working manner of creative thinkers and art professionals, which may have an inter-disciplinary character.

SET-UP
MiXER is an independent and flexible three-week programme with a structured outcome. The selected artists from diverse artistic disciplines are paired up to work collaboratively on a new body of work. Furthermore their task is to assemble an ARTISTS’ BOOK covering the leading aspects of their collaboration.

The residency ends with a PUBLIC PRESENTATION of the completed project.
The designed ARTIST’S BOOK is published as a limited edition artefact (all copies remain to the artists for reference).

 

ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS
ARTIST'S TALK
Each residency period starts with a so called MEET & GREET evening, where the participating artists will be asked to share their work, their process and their vision with the peer group and the interested public.

CRITIQUE EVENING
Thursday evening we open the studio for a so called CRTITIQUE EVENING // an opportunity for artists to present their ongoing / in progress / work and get a firs handed respond  from the public as well as art professionals.

 

MiXER 2019 FEE
720,00 € (seven hundred twenty Euros)
: for details on what is included & terms and conditions visit our web page

We are looking for cultural as well as artistic diversity thus we are encouraging applications from artists representing the widest possible range of perspectives and demographics. Creative individuals in all fields may apply; regardless of whether visual artist, musician, writer, theorist, dancer,...

Participants are selected based on the quality of their current works, and their commitment to participate in this extraordinary creative platform.

"YOU DARE TO WORK COLLABORATIVELY?"

Deadline: 
05/10/2019

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