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CALL FOR ART:  Food Glorious Food
 DEADLINE: July 12,  2020
Artist Notification: July 16, 2020
SHOW DATE:  August 6 to August 29, 2020
Artist Gallery Split: 65% Artist - 35% Gallery
$35 for up to 3 images
 

Las Laguna Gallery is now accepting submissions of artwork by artists who create works depicting food. Our gallery is now open again to the public and the only requirement is that you wear a mask when you visit.

There are no restrictions on style, medium or context.

This exhibition opportunity is open to all local, national and international artists, professional and amateur and multiple art mediums will be considered in this call for art.

Works can be still art, drawings, paintings or photography of any kind of food or beverage.

Medias considered are: Acrylic, Air Brush, Assemblage, Charcoal, Collage, Digital Art, Encaustic. Fabric Art, Fiber Art, Graphite, Mixed Media, Oil, Pen & Ink, Photography (Traditional & Digital) Printmaking, Screen Printing and Watercolor.

Acceptable sizes:  We do not have a limitation on size of works submitted but have found pieces over 60 Inches to be costly for shipping and recommend manageable sized pieces.

Deadline: 
07/12/2020

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$35 for up to 3 images
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Call for Art: Food, Glorious Food

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CALL FOR ART:  Food Glorious Food
 DEADLINE: July 12,  2020
Artist Notification: July 16, 2020
SHOW DATE:  August 6 to August 29, 2020
Artist Gallery Split: 65% Artist - 35% Gallery
$35 for up to 3 images
Guest Artist: Jeffrey Hartman

Las Laguna Gallery is now accepting submissions of artwork by artists who create works depicting food.

There are no restrictions on style, medium or context.

This exhibition opportunity is open to all local, national and international artists, professional and amateur and multiple art mediums will be considered in this call for art.
 
Works can be still art, drawings, paintings or photography of any kind of food or beverage.

Medias considered are: Acrylic, Air Brush, Assemblage, Charcoal, Collage, Digital Art, Encaustic. Fabric Art, Fiber Art, Graphite, Mixed Media, Oil, Pen & Ink, Photography (Traditional & Digital) Printmaking, Screen Printing and Watercolor.

Acceptable sizes:  We do not have a limitation on size of works submitted but have found pieces over 60 Inches to be costly for shipping and recommend manageable sized pieces.

*Sorry of sculpture, video or jewelry at this time.

Please note that if due to COVID-19 we are unable to hold a show our gallery show at our brick and mortar location it has been decided that ALL artists will have at least one of their works accepted for our online exhibition on our website, promoted on Facebook, Instagram and other social media sites.

Deadline: 
07/13/2020

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$35 for up to 3 images
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Artist in Residence: food, futures & biodiversity

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Artist-in-Residence: food, futures and biodiversity

Freelance Part Time, 2.5 days per week (Flexible)

One year residency from April 2020

Fee £9,460

Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria

Deadline for applications: 12 April 2020

Art Gene is announcing an opportunity for an experienced artist to work within our team and community of volunteers and participants on the further development of the Isle of Walney Community Growing Space (est. 2015) to facilitate learning around sustainable approaches to local food production and help redress biodiversity loss across the borough’s nine islands and the town’s urban core.

The Borough of Barrow-in-Furness is rated No.1 nationally for the number and quality if its natural heritage assets yet only a tiny proportion of local people engage with that environment (source: RSA Heritage Index, set. 2016).

Through providing a regular presence on the site and delivering a range of collaboratively developed public facing events, the successful candidate will lead on the year’s programme, including maintenance and planting activities and contributing to the further development of infrastructure across the facility.

They will also work closely on our collaboration with the University of Cumbria’s ‘Back On Our Map’ Species Restoration Project which will strengthen 12 native species in the South of the County and contribute to Art Gene’s Extreme views programme of events exploring the role of green space in the 21st C. urban core.

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One year residency from April 2020

Fee £9,460

Deadline: 
04/12/2020
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Rethinking the Table

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Rethinking The Table is a two week residency program that looks into re conceptualize the communal dining table. Challenging both the physical parameters of the table and the symbolic layers of meaning manifest in communal eating. The residency utilized a series of workshops, excursions, group discussions, interventions & rituals, as well as each participant’s personal creative practices to build collectively tow dinners as exhibition with local guests.

We conceive of the table and the act of eating together as an entry point into a myriad of politically and socially charged conversations. We sought to use this simple act as a lens through which we can examine, research, deconstruct and ultimately rethink our relationship to food, eating and the each other.

Deadline: 
08/24/2020

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$25
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Rethinking the Table

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Residency Fates: April 15th – April30th, 2019
Call for Submissions Deadline: March 18th 2019
Cost: $715 USD.

Students & Latin-American citizens $585 USD

Fees include meals & Shuttle from Airport/Anima – Anima/Airport

Curated by Adrian Dilena and Karla Hewitt-Blackie (CANADA)

 

Rethinking The Table is a two week residency program that seeks to reconceptualize the communal dining table. Challenging both the physical parameters of the table and the symbolic layers of meaning manifest in communal eating. The residency will utilize a series of workshops, excursions, group discussions, interventions & rituals, as well as each participant’s personal creative practices to build collectively towards a final group dinner as exhibition with local guests.

We conceive of the table and the act of eating together as an entry point into a myriad of politically and socially charged conversations We seek to use this simple act as a lens through which we can examine, research, deconstruct and ultimately rethink our relationship to food, eating and the each other.

Animacasa offers a unique opportunity to explore these conversations. Situated in rural Jalisco state outside of Guadalajara, the residency takes place in a farm to table permaculture setting with vegetable gardens, food forests,  animals and mountainous horizons.

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