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Graphic/Street Art for Oxford City Centre Window

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Makespace Oxford is looking for a bold street or graphic artist to transform a street facing window into an exciting and engaging urban art piece.

What the space will be: The Community Works will be a dynamic community action hub located in the Oxford city centre for social enterprises and progressive organisations. 

Project Background: Makespace Oxford transforms empty and underused  buildings into dynamic hubs for community action, creativity and social change. They support socially conscious organisations to build a community by providing  affordable space to work and collaborate.

Tone: Exciting, Progressive, Bold, Local, Accessible, Profound, Inviting, Provocative

The world has changed a lot this year. Our sense of normality has been challenged. We’ve become more aware of our need for connection and community and through this have seen creative and generous altruism and brilliant grassroots organising in reaction to these unique challenges. We’re looking for an artist who can express their vision while addressing these current affairs and championing community action, creativity and social change in a unique, even provocative way. (Some of our primary stakeholders are Oxford University Colleges and the Oxford City Council so it is important to make sure that the piece does not offend.) 

The window should be bold and attention grabbing, get people from across the street at the train station interested in the space and inspire engagement and/or participatory action from passers by. They should be excited that the space is being developed, and to be inquisitive enough to look us up online. The piece does not need to be explicitly about Makespace or The Community Works but its theme needs to fit alongside what we do – using empty space in Oxford, providing affordable space for purpose driven organisations, creating space for community, and encouraging civic discourse. 

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The piece should cover the windows in such a way that the public cannot see into the space behind from walking by, as there will be construction work happening behind the windows that we want to obscure. It does not have to cover the whole window, but should cover at least half to two thirds of the window from the bottom up.

There are four adjacent square windows which are all 1980mm x 1880mm

Media choice is up to the artist, however, the piece will be on display for only 3-6 months, depending on the renovation schedule for the ground floor space. It should be easily removable without damage to the windows or fascia.

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£800
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Budget for this project is £800, including design and execution. 

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10/31/2020

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Graphic Designer Opportunity

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We are looking for a Graphic Designer to contribute to Lon-art and Sheroes project. We are looking for someone willing to volunteer/collaborate with us, who shares our values and commitment for social causes. Lon-art is a creative space, that will give you the opportunity to experiment, build your portfolio and take your skills to the next level, while believing that your work will help the visibility of women in the arts, addressing women's issues.   

We are looking for someone reliable with a background in graphic design and keen to learn within an artistic and socially committed environment. You will work and support our creative designer and be able to commit to 2-4 hours per week. 

In return you will be part of a fun and experienced team with which you will share ideas, values and creativity for great social causes. You will deepen your experience and extend your portfolio with great references to support you with future opportunities.  

We are looking forward to hearing from you! 

Lon-art Team   

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Home│Call for exhibition

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HOME Call for Exhibition

Accepted media: Photography, Digital Graphic, Digital Visual Design

Group Exhibition in Rome city. July 2020

This call intends to collect works that address the theme of "home", from its symbolic and conceptual conception to the exposition of an experience. "Home" as a concept linked to a safe and familiar environment, a refuge for our person, a social clothing that contains the warmth and energy of those who live there (q. M. McLuhan), or again, an environment that reflects our being in the world and the fluid changes of life, but also a place where we often find traces of the past, where emotional involvement is implicit in the experience we have in it. A. Muratore

Deadline 7th April 2020

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04/07/2020

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Transitions and Displacements

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TRANSITIONS AND DISPLACEMENTS Call for Exhibition

Accepted media: Photography, Digital Graphic, Digital Visual Design
Take part in the Group Exhibition in Berlin or Rome city. April 2020

Transitions and displacements are the objects of reflection for our call. The concept of the two terms is a recall to the "liquid" vision of contemporary philosophy. Transitions, displacements, mutations of condition are the prerogatives of a fluid approach to reality, prerogatives of a free change in the state of things that allows full organic adherence to the environment and to the context in which each subject / object is immersed .
The works that will take part in the exhibition will represent an excursus on the subject, addressed both from a physical, chemical and biological poin of view and from a social, cultural and political one.
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Deadline 7th January 2020

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01/07/2020

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Mirrors and Reflections

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FREE ENTRY Artists are invited to submit 1 to 3 artworks addressing the theme

As the title of this call says, the works collected on the occasion of the next LoosenArt collective will expose a theme that has always been subject to interpretations: the mirror, a means of symbolic and conceptual connotations through which the artists of the past have conveyed analytical and metaphorical meanings.

From the reflection of Caravaggio's "Narcissus" to Pistoletto's shattered mirrors, these are just some of the examples that testify of a continuum in the history of art in reflecting on the very concept of "reflection", a further confirmation of the intrinsic nature of the creative act, that of the exposition of the self and of our perception of the world, interior and exterior, through the execution of the artwork that becomes the mirror of the self.

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12/07/2019

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