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Seeking Artists: Fashion Week NYFW

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the set nyc seeking artists,   Fashion Week FW 2021.  Helping end child trafficking, the mission is to help the kids and the youth!  Showcasing art work, art sales, creating a better world and community.  Helping the kids and the world.  With all the anger and strife in the world, we need more art and art shows! #love, our IG:  www.instagram.com/setnyc , we use the ZOOM platform.  Networking, art sales, art chatting, helping end child trafficking, supporting the kids !  www.thesetnyc.com/giveback

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Kolaj LIVE Knoxville: Call for Papers, Artists & Projects

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Kolaj LIVE Knoxville is a real time manifestation of Kolaj Magazine and Kolaj Institute. From the evening of Friday, November 5th, 2021 to 1PM on Sunday, November 7th, 2021, artists, curators, and writers will gather for a weekend of collage making, gallery visits, slideshows, exhibition tour, and storytelling that deepens our understanding of collage as a medium, a genre, a community, and a 21st century movement. Kolaj LIVE Knoxville is based at the Knoxville Museum of Art, with other activities in downtown Knoxville.

Our mission is to create a platform that allows us to explore critical issues around collage. 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. Kolaj LIVE Knoxville 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 LIVE Knoxville.

The program at Kolaj LIVE Knoxville will be a unique experience. Our aim is to break down 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, or conducting a special project during the event.

Most presenters present short slide shows about a project or their practice followed by a Q&A with the audience. Topics we are interested in include: 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. We are also interested in various approaches and strategies for collage making. This is by no means an exhaustive list.

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09/26/2021

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51st Annual Craft Fair and Extravaganza

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The Arts Council of Southeast Missouri is pleased to announce the return of the 51st Annual Craft Fair and Extravaganza to the Osage Center and Show Me Center, right here in historic Cape Girardeau, Missouri. The Osage Center is almost at capacity, and the Show Me Center is 80% full, so booths are going fast! Don't miss your chance to sell to over 10,000 visitors!

Prize summary: 
Best in Show wins free entry to next year's festival
Deadline: 
10/01/2021

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$20 to enter, $125 and up for a booth
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Moinho Cine Fest

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Moinho Cine Fest is an international film festival for micro and films with prizes and screening fees.

The length of the nano film is until to 01:00 (mm:ss) and the micro film is until to 05:00 (mm:ss)

It's organized by ANARTEM - Associação Cultural and directed by André Almeida Rodrigues, a Portuguese filmmaker.

The 4th edition of the festival will take place in April 2022 in Custóias, Leça do Balio and Guifões, Matosinhos, Portugal.

GOALS

• Be a showcase of the panorama of world film production in 2020 and 2021.

• Promoting itself as a meeting point for “all world cinema”.

• Paid to filmmakers to screening their films in competition.

Prize summary: 
Win up to 200 EUR + screening fee to all films in competition
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 AWARDS

• Best Film: 200 EUR + Trophy + Certificate

• Best Nano Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Mobile Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Portuguese Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Portuguese Nano Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Portuguese Mobile Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Local Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Animation: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Documentary: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Experimental Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Fiction: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Music Video: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Dance Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Fashion Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Honorable Mentions – Jury decision (if applicable)

SCREENING FEES

• 0.05 EUR per second without credits to films in competition

Deadline: 
12/31/2021

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July 2 EUR August: 3 EUR September: 4 EUR October: 5 EUR November: 6 EUR December: 7EUR
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Kolaj LIVE Milwaukee: Call for Papers, Artists & Projects

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Call for Papers, Artists & Projects
Deadline 20 June 2021

Kolaj LIVE Milwaukee is a weekend festival and symposium July 30th to August 1st, 2021 at Saint Kate—The Arts Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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. Kolaj LIVE Milwaukee 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 LIVE Milwaukee.

The program at Kolaj LIVE Milwaukee will be a unique experience. Our aim is to break down 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, or conducting a special project during the event.

Most presenters present short slide shows about a project or their practice followed by a Q&A with the audience. 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.

IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION: Only apply to be a presenter if you plan on attending Kolaj LIVE Milwaukee in person. If you answer No to the question, “If accepted, will you attend Kolaj LIVE Milwaukee, July 30th to August 1st, 2021?”, your submission will not be reviewed and will be rejected. 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. If you cannot attend Kolaj LIVE Milwaukee, consider submitting to Kolaj Magazine another way. MORE INFO

Note: Members of the Kolaj Magazine Artist Directory will be able to simply refer to their listing in the directory.

The deadline to submit is 20 June 2021. Submissions will be reviewed on an ongoing basis. We will notify Submitters via email no later than 30 June 2021.

Questions?
Please send an email to editor@kolajmagazine.com.

Deadline: 
06/20/2021

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OPEN CALL BIDFF #7 - SHORT DANCE FILMS

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OPEN CALL BIDFF #7 - SHORT DANCE FILMS

POTENTIAL WORLDS

 

Filmmakers, dance artists, animators, visual artists and digital art makers are invited to submit their works for the competitional section of BIDFF - Bucharest International Dance Film Festival (September 1-5, Bucharest, Romania).

BIDFF encourages syncretism and dialogue between movement and diverse forms of cinema and visual art, from the more traditional ones to experimental or virtual reality works. 

Artists are encouraged to submit daring cinematic works in which the body relates to technology, ecology and new socio-political discourses. 
BIDFF also addresses recent video-art formats and animations that question the relation between solid artistic content and the fast process of digitization. The curatorial approach goes towards trying to decipher, transform and shape these ideas.

 

Deadlines

→ Regular: June 25th 2021

→ Late: July 16th 2021

All applicants will be informed about the outcome of their submission by August 1st 2021.

 

How to apply

→ Submit your film on Filmfreeway: https://filmfreeway.com/bidff2021

→ Find more information on our website: www.bidff.ro 

 

Awards & Prizes

BIDFF awards excellence, novelty and courage in filmmaking with a prize pool of 1500 euros.

Awards:

→ Best International Film

→ Best Romanian Film

→ Audience Award

 

Rules & Terms

The competitional section is dedicated to short films only and is divided into International and Romanian. The board will take into consideration fiction, documentary and animation films that either use movement to explore an idea or speak about issues related to the body and the world of dance and performance. We also highly encourage you to apply if you have a short film that explores the future of art, questioning issues related to the ethics of collaboration, communication, and co-existence.

 

We are looking for:

→ films of a maximum of 20 minutes, produced in the last two years;

→ films in the genres of dance film, screendance, dance for camera, musical, animation, fiction or documentary about the body or the world of dance, experimental shorts conceptually oriented around the idea of movement;

→ films with a minimum quality of Full HD (1920 x 1080);

→ each director can submit a maximum of two films.

 

We are NOT looking for:

→ music videos, trailers or recordings of performances, films already submitted in the previous years to BIDFF, one-minute films, commercials, home-made videos;

 

We offer:

→ money awards for Best International Film and Best Romanian Film;

→ free entry to all the events of the festival, excluding workshops that require a previous application.

BIDFF is a platform for exquisite films that use movement as their main language or the body as their main subject. Faced with the camera lenses, the body becomes the main focus of cutting-edge arthouse films with a sometimes transparent, sometimes coded meaning, but always challenging the viewer to a playful exchange of information about social life, politics, extreme emotions, interesting places and oddly beautiful aesthetics.

The festival takes place each year in September, in multiple locations from Bucharest, Romania. 

Besides film screenings, BIDFF organizes panels, exhibitions, public presentations and film production labs. 

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1500 E award
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Best International Film - 1000 E

Best Romanian Film - 500 E

 

Deadline: 
06/25/2021

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REGULAR Standard: $10 Student: $8 Gold Members: $9 LATE Standard: $15 Student: $12 Gold Members: $13
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