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PLACE, PEOPLE AND TIME: drawing into being

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Residency dates: Mon 22 – Sun 28 June 2020.

Apply by: midnight Sunday 29 March 2020.

This group residency has been devised by The Museum of Loss and Renewal in partnership with artist and academic Danica Maier. It is offered for creative practitioners working in art, animation, architecture, communication industries, design, fashion, film, theatre, performance and for those who have a strong interest in drawing as an area of practice. Applications from other fields where drawing is used as a means to develop, document, explore, explain, interrogate and plan such as science, technology, engineering, mathematics, medicine, sport and writing are welcomed.

FOCAL POINTS OF THE RESIDENCY

- Drawing
- Technologies
- Interdisciplinarity
- Co-learning
- Individual practice
- Collective platform for encounters
- Experimentation
- Transcription
- Location specific
- Site sensitive
- Natural environment of exceptional significance
- Published outcome
- Outcome presented internationally

APPROACH

The group residency will provide a partially-structured and hands-on programme to enable residents to develop their skills and understanding of drawing across a range of technologies. The residency experience is designed to stimulate new ways of thinking and experimentation through production, research, co-learning and presentation. Residents will work collectively and individually. The residency is devised around the idea of ‘people, place and time’ and the programme will be situated in and around the village of Collemacchia, Molise, Italy. By walking, listening, looking and making an interdisciplinary group of residents will activate drawing, a sophisticated means of thinking and communicating, to investigate a site. The location contains a cluster of contemporary villages, residing amidst Samnite and Roman settlements, all accessible by foot. 

In addition to each resident’s individual work, there will be a final outcome in the form of a collective publication that will be published by The Museum of Loss and Renewal and presented at international events.

The aim of this residency is to affirm the value of drawing and enable the visualisation and development of perceptions and ideas in a supportive and stimulating environment in which to develop your skills and knowledge of drawing. Drawing remains a core activity in the work of creative practitioners, as an exploratory tool that guides visual discovery. You will explore various approaches to drawing, from historical to contemporary, analogue to digital. The necessity to understand the world through visual means is increasingly acute, and images surpass the boundaries of language and enhance communications in an increasingly globalised world. Alongside individual practice, the residency will have a focus on co-learning and knowledge exchange, creating opportunitiesto learn from each other. A series of group sessions supported by specific learning models will enable you, without hierarchies, to explore your own practice and the assertion that drawing underpins systems and principles of visual language. ‘Visual Dialogue’, ‘Slow Looking’ and ‘Listening Environment’ will focus on attention to detail. An underlying theme of ‘Micro-Macro’ will connect the group to the residency location and to the wider world, in consideration of what one brings from a place and what is subsequently left in a place. Value will be given to the individual knowledge and experience of each resident, exploring the act of drawing as a fundamental means to analyse, document, record and translate the worlds we inhabit. The Residency Programme will be facilitated by Danica Maier (artist and academic) and Tracy Mackenna & Edwin Janssen (artists, educators and curators of The Museum of Loss and Renewal; residents of Collemacchia) who will provide practical and theoretical mentoring. The residency will have an offline engagement with international relevant experts and like-minded initiatives that will provide bespoke content, expanding the residency in time and space. 

By presenting and discussing key subjects such as experimentation (focused and embracing possibilities of failure), analogue-digital relationships, methods and approaches for investigating site, and modes of public presentation, we aim to facilitate an ongoing creative dialogue between making and being whilst immersed in the stunning environment of Collemacchia’s mountain landscape itself.

Opportunities for participants to share work in progress will happen throughout the residency, enabling conversations and peer support. Surrounding this loose structure, there will be time to develop your own work and to experience the local environment.

LOCATION

The residency is located in Collemacchia, a small village within Italy’s National Park of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise, a protected area of exceptional significance and beauty. Engagement with the natural world begins on the doorstep and the mountainous landscape offers an excellent environment for reflective practice. The ancient, undisturbed and extensive terrain holds a rich and complex history visible in the area’s architecture, customs, agricultural lands and forests. The area is sparsely populated by villages that are largely trilingual Italian-French-English due to the large community of emigrants who continually move between European nations, stemming from economic migration dating from approx. 1850. The village has been home to Tracy Mackenna’s family for centuries and the curators of The Museum of Loss and Renewal foster strong links with the local community which is highly supportive of the Residency Programme.

FACILITIES

Live/work accommodation includes two fully furnished houses consisting of multiple bedrooms, desk space, studio spaces, central heating and internet.

FACILITATORS

The residency will be lead by Danica Maier and Tracy Mackenna & Edwin Janssen.

Danica Maier is an American artist and Associate Professor in Fine Art at Nottingham Trent University (UK). Her research interests are in the un-repeating-repeat and the glitch and line, using subtle slippages and moments of detail to transgress propriety. Her work takes the form of drawing, installation, sound, music and 3D assemblages. Exploring dualities of material and site she explores ideas of expectations, traditional values and labour. Her publication Grafting Propriety: From Stitch to the Drawn Line was published by Black Dog Publishing Ltd (2016). She co-leads the No Telos research project which seeks to explore the journey of artistic process rather than that of outcome. Experience includes founder and coordinator of the artist residency programme Summer Lodge; workshop coordinator and tutor at London Printworks Trust and studio assistant at the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia. 
https://www.ntu.ac.uk/staff-profiles/art-design/danica-maier
https://www.danicamaier.com

Tracy Mackenna (Prof Emerita; SCO-IT) & Edwin Janssen (Dr; NL) are the founders and co-curators of The Museum of Loss and Renewal. Their collaborative art practice is a creative and discursive site where production, presentation, exchange, co-learning and research meet. Drawing is a core component of their artistic practice in the form of artworks, communication modes, and explored in book and journal chapters. The Museum of Loss and Renewal’s key areas of focus are social relationships, the way places are inhabited and how personal objects reflect who we are. Tracy & Edwin work with international partners to devise and present multifaceted exhibition projects that address issues of societal concern such as well-being, aging, end of life and sustainability. Tracy and Edwin are highly experienced, award winning educators who have devised and lead multiple group learning projects situated within the international museum and gallery sector, and higher education.

RESIDENCY FEE

The Residency Programme is operated on a non- commercial cost covering basis, and is financially supported by The Museum of Loss and Renewal in order to keep fees low. The residency fee is €930 (Euro), to be paid by the artist. This fee includes accommodation in a variety of spacious rooms with full board (3 meals each day). Ingredients are mainly locally sourced and meals are prepared by our excellent cook, Alessandra. Special diets can be catered for.

A deposit of €310 (Euro) will be required within three weeks of accepting a place on the residency. The remaining balance of €620 (Euro) is payable six weeks in advance of the residency start date.

You will be responsible for funding and organising your own travel, your own insurances and any visa requirements particular to your country of origin. Detailed travel information will be supplied (closest airports Naples, Rome), and collection/drop-off at a local train station will be arranged.

We do not have external funding for this project, so regret that we are unable to offer assistance with fees, flights, production costs or other subsistence. Typically, successful applicants source funding by applying to their national arts funding bodies, personal fundraising, or through academic institutional support. Formal letters of invitation can be provided to assist in this process.

Deadline: 
03/29/2020
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MASH-UP

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MASH-UP, 21 May - 31 May 2020, in Berlin, Germany, dives into the methodology of collage from a multitude of vantage points. The essence of collage expands the boundaries of what is possible by merging materials to create new meaning. MASH-UP, the 10 day Spring Session, intensively explores the broader concepts around collage as a blueprint for thinking, making and dialoguing about artistic practice. MASH-UP, a multi-sensory experience, brings a plethora of voices to the discussion around knowledge gathering and idea generation. The structure of MASH-UP includes conversations with multiple art intermediaries, in addition to workshopping with a DJ, a chef, a small Berlin press that uses Risograph, in addition to a dancer/choreographer. All of our contributors use the strategy of collage at the heart of their practice.

Contributing Berlin-based artists and curators include: Monika Michalko, Power Ekroth, Dorothea von Hantelmann, Emma Howes, Adrian Schiesser, April Gertler, Hannah Goldstein & Katja Haustein, Mark Emblem, Azar Pajuhandeh, Andrew Burford, Louis Cameron, Marco Montiel-Soto, Penthaus für schöne Formate, DJ Femalemacho, The Onion Project, and Galerie Dorothée Nilsson, in addition to other artists and curators.

Deadline: 
02/29/2020
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OPEN CALL for ARTISTS

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"PILOTENKUECHE" is an international art program based in Germanys new art capital, Leipzig. The independent project is organized by artists with a transdisciplinary background between art and theory, with aim to support and empower artists.

10-12 artists from around the world spend three months in our fully renovated industrial space that was once a barbwire factory. While here, each artist has 24/7 access to their 36m² studio within the 465m² communal space.

Our concept strives to create space for experimental collaboration and discourse between participants, as well as with the greater Leipzig community. We maintain engagements with several partners, and by introducing our artists to these, make it possible for participants to cooperate with and exhibit in other venues. Two local artists join the International artists for our multifaceted program activities and exhibitions. These activities, and time spent working in and out of the studio, foster stimulating dialogue. This leads to a long-term network that exists long after the program is over.

The Program activities are:

  • two group exhibitions in interesting venues.
  • Professional documentation of the exhibitions
  •  studio visits,
  • contact to the local art szene,
  • organized museum tours,
  • scheduled art critiques,

 

Each accepted artist is offered a partial stipend in kind. In addition, the artists receive all documentation necessary to apply for funding and the visa processes. If required, the project assists with additional individual reference letters.

Prizes Details: 

 

costs / participation fee: 1800 EUR* / 3 months, per artist including a prior payment of 450,00 EUR per artist to hold the place in the program. refundable by cancellation (3 months before the residency starts)

the fee covers the studio & the participation cost

travel costs, art materials & living accommodation are additional

The project offers one shared apartment which hosts two artists.

*The fee includes the partial-stipend of 1400,00 EUR from “PILOTENKUECHE”, with directly subsidizes the full program fee of 3200,00 EUR.

Deadline: 
02/29/2020
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bang. Prix 2020 - Open Call

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bang. Prix is Turkey’s leading platform where art, design, technology and science intersect, founded in 2015 by a team of interdisciplinary minds with backgrounds in various fields and the common desire to share their curiosities and develop beyond the scope of their fields.

To date, bang. Prix has provided the support and mentorship to 57 participants in the development of their projects, showcasing them to thousands of audiences in 13 exhibitions in Turkey and abroad. In its fourth year, bang. Prix is expanding beyond support for project-based development and exhibitions as a platform that supports practitioners from different disciplines and countries to develop themselves at the nexus of art, technology, design and science.

Under the scope of the bang. Prix 2020 program, we open our call for applications to those interested in participating. The program provides resources, mentorship and networking opportunities customized to each participant. For more information about what the program offers, please visit the website. 

Applications are accepted during the period of 11 November - 31 December 2019. A selection committee consisting of 5 external jury members and the bang.prix team will select the finalists to participate in next year’s program (January 2020 - November 2020).

Application results will be released at the end of January.

Who can participate?

Creatives who apply digital technologies or science, including:

  • Artists
  • Designers
  • Architects

Professionals from science and technology fields expanding their practices to include artistic approaches. These fields may include:

  • Neuroscience
  • Biology
  • Computer Science
  • Sociology
  • Philosophy
  • Psychology

Priority will be given to those at early stages of their career, but applicants looking for opportunities will also be considered.

The program is international and open to any nationality and country of residence. While the program is flexible for participants based in different countries, selected participants are expected to communicate openly and promptly and dedicate time from their usual activities to program activities throughout the program period (Jan - Nov 2020).

Individuals and groups/collectives may apply.

Evaluation criteria

Applicants are judged on the following criteria:

  • Level of curiosity and motivation towards working in the intersection of art, science, design and technology
  • Need for support provided by the bang.prix program
  • How realistic the development goals are
  • Clarity in expression of the applicant’s self and work
Prizes Details: 

The program provides resources, mentorship and networking opportunities customized to each participant. For more information about what the program offers, please visit the website.

Deadline: 
12/31/2019

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Artists Residency OpenCall AADK Spain

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AADK Spain invites all artists and researchers who wish to work on the topics of body, territory and spatiality to participate in its Artistic Residency Program. 

For this edition, priority will be given to those proposals that focus on thinking about the territory from an ecological perspective. 

For those interested in working with Blanca community, please bear in mind that projects of less than two months will not be accepted. The ability of artists to establish respectful relationships with the inhabitants and to be willing to engage in trial-error processes will be fundamental for these proposals. 

Research projects of any scientific or humanistic discipline may be applied to this call, provided that they have as their object of study the artistic practice. 

The Artistic Residency Program is carried out in Centro Negra, the current headquarters of AADK Spain located in the town of Blanca, Murcia. This program is a space for reflection and artistic research that encourages linking research with the historical, cultural and geographical context of the region. 

We invite all those interested to submit their proposals.

Deadline: 
08/25/2019
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HIVE Collaborative Residency | FUNDED Interdisciplinary Programme| thecamp - Aix en Provence, France

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​​20 creative talents. 6 months. A collaborative residency to explore new solutions for a desirable future. March 2020 - September 2020:

 

​​What is the HIVE?

​​Located at and supported by thecamp, the non-profit HIVE collaborative residency is a six-month creative programme for 20 talented individuals from around the world—more than 14 nationalities are represented in the present cohort from disciplines as diverse as AI researchers, Choreographers, and Film Makers, from 22 to 38 years old. The goal of the programme is to re-imagine the future and develop projects which respond to the global challenges our planet/society face today or will face in the near future. These projects may take the form of artistic productions, installations and experiences, or be driven to develop something more start-up oriented, or find life as a non-profit initiative. To-date the HIVE has welcomed 60 residents from around the globe with 12 innovative projects developed as a result. The HIVE is a fully funded programme with all participants’ expenses covered (travel, visas, room and board) and a monthly stipend given. To learn more: https://www.hivers.fr/  // FB: @HIVEthecamp // IG: HIVEthecamp // TW: HIVE_thecamp

 

Hivers collectively decide what major projects they work on and design the best teams to achieve objectives they set. These projects could be artworks, IOT products, social innovation services, games…

✓ Housing in a 14 sq. m. room with private bathroom, meals and laundry during the entire residency.

✓ €600 fellowship / month

✓ Fully equipped workspaces (computers, software, Arduino, machines and fablab...)

✓ A production budget allocated to each project, for which the team is accountable

✓ External ressources (mentors, experts, utilisateurs)

✓ A team of facilitators dedicated to the program

✓ The entire ecosystem of thecamp (programs, campers, partners...)

 

​​What is thecamp?

​​thecamp is a new innovation hub and residential campus dedicated to emerging technology and social innovation located near Aix-en-Provence in France. It is supported by a network of private and public sector partners, including many of the Europe’s largest companies. It’s mission is to support individual and organisational change to improve the way we work, the technology that we use and the environments we live in. 

 

Deadline: 
09/30/2019
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