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ART IN THE PARK

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Brighton Art in the Park will be a one-day festival Saturday, September 1oth, from 10am to 4pm, that will allow for local, statewide, and regional artists to display and sell their artwork. Quality of the work will be juried to ensure professional, diverse and attractive styles. Art in the Park will give patrons the opportunity to meet and talk with artists, buy unique art, enjoy live musical performances, artist demonstrations, and partake in children’s interactive art activities. Art in the Park will draw people from all over the Denver metro area and the region, allowing us to showcase Brighton and provide patrons with exposure to our unique community that they might not otherwise experience.

Going into our fifth year in 2022, we have great momentum as an artist community and have learned a great deal to continue to make the event an even greater success. We received a significant amount of praise and positive feedback from artists and patrons, alike as we provide unique amenities for the artists: load in and take down assistance, lunch tickets, water and drinks throughout the day and cash prizes for best booth! Art in the Park – quality art with a hometown feel!

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Carmichael Park, 650 Southern Street, Brighton, Colorado
Deadline: 
25/August/2022

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Scottish International Short Film Festival 2023

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SIFF is a new, international short film festival based in Scotland. SIFF will screen outstanding short film, animation, docs, experimental and video art.

An international jury will select the 7 winning categories including, SIFF Best International Short Film or Video 2023, which will receive £500.

Submissions are now live, and open to all at: https://filmfreeway.com/ScottishShortFilm 
Earlybird deadline is August 1st 2022.
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We have created SIFF to showcase exceptional, international short film, whilst also addressing the imbalance of under-represented groups of makers and stories within film festivals. We understand that some short film and video blur the lines of typical film festival categories, so we also enthusiastically encourage non-traditional and experimental formats.

The stories of and by women, girls and non-binary people are underrepresented in film festivals, so we want to encourage submissions from woman, non-binary people and/or anyone telling stories about women, girls and non-binary people.

For our first year, we are screening the festival in Scotland's largest city and creative hub, Glasgow.

For further reference you can view the selections of our sister film festival: Barcelona International Short Film Festival.
You can view the trailers for the BSF 2020 selection and winners on our Vimeo page: https://vimeo.com/showcase/6036175 
You can view the BSF 2020 Programme here: https://issuu.com/barcelonashortfilm/docs/programme2 
We look forward to seeing your work!

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£500.00
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SIFF Best International Short Film or Video 2023 - prize of £500.

Best Performance (laurels)

Best Cinematography (laurels)

Best Animation Short (laurels)

Best Documentary Short (laurels)

Best Experimental Short (laurels)

Best Special FX (laurels)

Best Audio (laurels)

All work selected for screening will receive SIFF 2023 OFFICIAL SELECTION laurels.

Deadline: 
13/February/2023

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Earlybird fee: £10
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retelling utopia - fluctoplasma 2022

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This year's fluctoplasma open call 2022 is online for you! Spread the word and send us your applications by 10 May if you want to be part of our fluctoplasma utopia!

By „retelling utopia“, we are looking for your individual and collective visions! How do you grasp, conceive and feel it? In which utopia would you like to live in? Which narratives need to be reinterpreted, which visions do we have to get rid of? Does your utopia already exist, is it possible in the present, or is it an unattainable state?

Whether concretely modeled, fragmentarily sketched, power-critically explored, fantastically created, tenderly outlined, and/or radically narrated: We are looking forward to your experiments in form and time, your creative utopias detached from space and time and your dreamy approaches to visions of future!

We especially want to encourage BI_PoC, queer individuals, and those affected by multiple discrimination to apply. We welcome applications from any artistic field as well as various forms of discursive, socio-politically relevant contributions.

The deadline for applications is 10 May 2022, midnight. More info in the link tree in our bio!
#fluctoplasma #diversecity #96stunden #retellingutopia #festival #hamburg
#callout #opencall #utopie #utopia

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10/May/2022

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Hampton Iconic: Art Mart in Herrick Park

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the official launch of the groundbreaking Hampton Iconic Artist Marketplace.

 This first annual artist marketplace will be held in Herrick Park, in the heart of East Hampton Village, allowing artists the opportunity to exhibit their work and collectors the opportunity to buy directly (or direct?) from the artist.

 Fifty artists will be selected by jury to participate in this two-day event, scheduled for August 6 & 7, from 10am to 5pm.

 East Hampton has been, and still is, the home to many celebrated artists. Hampton Iconic Artist Marketplace will have special focus on East End Artists who draw inspiration from this unique part of mother earth.​

 We welcome established artists, artists on the cutting edge, and the newly emerging. All mediums welcome. To exhibit you must be 19-years and older.

On-line applications only:  https://www.ameastwest.com/application.

 

 

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Deadline: 
17/June/2022

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Art & Antique Festival, Agawam Park, Southampton NYC

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ART & ANTIQUE FESTIVAL, weekend of July 2+3 in Agawam Park, Southampton. Currently accepting vendors.  Booth sizes 10x10 single $375., 10x20 double $750.  Rain or Shine

 

 

Deadline: 
24/June/2022

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$375. single, $750. double
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Kolaj Fest New Orleans 2022: Call for Papers, Artists & Projects

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How do you want to manifest at Kolaj Fest New Orleans 2022?

Kolaj Fest New Orleans is a multi-day festival and symposium, June 15-19, 2022. Our mission is to create a platform that allows us to explore critical issues around collage (how it is curated and presented, its role in contemporary art, and the tensions between collage as a medium, a genre, a community, and a movement.)

Our goal is to create an event that attracts a variety of people working in various capacities, such as art professionals at museums, galleries, and centers as well as academics, writers, and artists. The general public will be invited to join us for gallery visits, evening presentations, and collage making.

Kolaj Fest New Orleans plays a key role in the work of Kolaj Magazine and Kolaj Institute, as it is a way for us to become familiar with a professional’s work. Presenters may be invited to participate in future projects.

Responding to the Call is how you tell us that you would like to take on a presenting role at Kolaj Fest New Orleans 2022. 

The program at Kolaj Fest New Orleans 2022 will be a unique experience. Our aim is to breakdown hierarchy and foster dialogue among art professionals working in a variety of capacities. To that end, the editorial staff of the magazine works with presenters to craft a program. 

A presenting role can mean many different things: Presenting Your Topic or Art Practice on a Panel, Leading a Discussion on a Topic Important to Collage, Hosting a session in the Collage Making Space, Leading a Collage-focused Workshop, Exhibiting, Conducting a Special Project during the event.

Most presenters present slide shows about their practice followed by a Q&A with the audience. We also seek artists with projects that take the spirit of Kolaj Fest out into the city of New Orleans. 

In seeking presenters, we wish to know what stories you have to share. 

We are particularly interested in: historical perspective, art world economics, the role collage has played in an artist’s practice (particularly when their final work isn’t collage per se); mash up culture; the relationship between contemporary art and society; museum issues; surveys of how collage was presented in exhibition; collections where collage plays a central role; the role of collage in various art movements (Modernism, Surrealism, Pop Art, etc.); utopian and dystopian imagery in art; art’s role in the current political moment and, in particular, how art responds to sexism and racism; notions of power in the art world and its impact on collage. 

We are particularly interested in one’s experience as an artist: making art, showing art, selling art, identifying as an artist or a collagist, how the artist participates both in an art community and in society in general. We are interested in artists open to sharing how they navigate the art world. And we are interested in various approaches and strategies for collage making. This is by no means an exhaustive list.

Deadline: 
10/April/2022

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Presenters are responsible for their own travel to, accommodations at, and registration for the event. Limited resources are available to assist those presenters in need and only after their presentation submission has been accepted.
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