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F11: Digital Paintings for Full Screen

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Derfner Judaica Museum + The Art Collection invites artists to submit work for an upcoming virtual exhibition, “F11: Digital Paintings for Full Screen.” Submissions should be digital paintings on any theme intended to be viewed exclusively in a virtual space. "F11" refers to the function key that opens full screen viewing in most internet browsers. In the Covid era when many art spaces are closed or open at limited capacity, online exhibitions have become ubiquitous. Such exhibitions have utilized diverse platforms to display physical artwork that would normally be seen in-person at art fairs, museums and galleries. "F11" inverts this practice: It features art created to be viewed exclusively in a digital format and exhibited virtually.

A successful applicant's work will consider the technical strategies unique to the medium of digital painting that do not simply replicate traditional painting. These may include using customized tablet brushes, pre-made brush sets, choosing whether or not to “undo” a paint stroke, the use of layers, color palette options and the process of how these elements are applied to a digital canvas.

Selected artists will receive a $400 honorarium. Applicants must be 18 years or older at time of submission.

Derfner Judaica Museum + The Art Collection is a non-profit, non-sectarian art museum and gallery on the campus of the Hebrew Home at Riverdale in the northwest Bronx in New York City. For more information about the Museum, visit www.riverspringliving.org/art.

No email submissions. Please submit via linked form in this listing.

Deadline: 
02/13/2021

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58th Annual Juried Competition

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58th Annual Juried Competition at the Masur Museum of Art

The Masur Museum of Art in Monroe, Louisiana invites contemporary artists working in any medium to enter the 58th Annual Juried Competition. Best in Show receives $1,000, and total awards are $3,200. Entry fee is $10/artwork (min 2/max 5 artworks). Online entry deadline: December 3, 2020 at 5pm CST. The exhibition will be on view in our historic building from February 25 – May 8, 2021 with an opening reception TBA. This year, work will be judged by Dr. Kelli Morgan: independent curator, historian, and culture critic!

Deadline is 5pm Central on December 3, 2020.

Open to any artist 18+ living in the United States. Work must have been completed after Dec 1, 2018. 

Prize summary: 
$3,200 total in cash prizes!
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$3,200 total in cash awards. Best in Show receives $1,000, with other awards determined by Juror. There is also a People's Choice Award ($200) determined by visitor voting, and a Best Packed ($100), picked by exhibitions staff!

Deadline: 
12/03/2020

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Fee Detail: 
$10/artwork (minimum 2, maximum 5)
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Call out: Both Sides Now with Fatima Al Qadiri

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We’re looking for emerging female musicians, producers, visual artists and performance artists to take part in this exciting cross-artform residency led by composer, producer and conceptual artist Fatima Al Qadiri, developed in collaboration with curator and researcher Amal Khalaf.

Based at the People’s History Museum in Manchester across four days (9-12 July), you’ll collaborate to create new work inspired by the current exhibition Represent! Voices 100 Years Onwhich reflects on those who campaigned for better representation (most famously the suffragettes) and asks ‘How far have we really come in 100 years?’ 

The residency will culminate in a live showcase performance as part of ‘Radical Lates’ at the museum on Thursday 12 July.

This opportunity is aimed at musicians, producers or artists at the beginning of their career who are looking to develop their creative practice – and would benefit from working alongside experienced and established artists.

“The works of the greatest artists in contemporary times are effectively large-scale collaborative works. Glance at the credits of any major album, solo exhibition or film and you’ll see that timelessness is seldom a solo pursuit. The objective of this residency is to work together with artists to leave the self behind and be open to the possibilities that occur when working collaboratively.” – Fatima Al Qadiri

To apply you must be:

  • 18+
  • Female, or identify as female (we use an inclusive definition of ‘women’ and ‘female’, welcoming participants who may identify as non-binary, cis-gendered, or trans)
  • Based in Greater Manchester and surrounding area 
  • Available between 9-12 July

Deadline: Monday 25 June, midnight

Notification for successful applicants: Friday 29 June 

Successful participants will receive £20 per day to help towards the cost of travel and food.

For more information contact Lucy Scott at lucys@brightersound.com / 0161 830 3899

This residency is part of Both Sides Now – our initiative to support, inspire and showcase women in music across the North of England.

*We’re committed to supporting and meeting the needs of people with learning difficulties or disabilities. If you require the application in a different format or have difficulty completing your application online, please call us to discuss alternative options on 0161 830 3899.

 

About Fatima Al Qadiri 

Fatima Al Qadiri is a Kuwaiti music producer and artist. She has released music as a solo artist on Hyperdub, UNO NYC and Fade to Mind, and as a member of Future Brown on Warp. She is also a member of the collective GCC, whose work has been shown at MoMA PS1, Berlin Biennale and Sharjah Art Foundation. Her writing has appeared in Bidoun, Frieze and DIS. 

About Amal Khalaf

Amal Khalaf is a curator and researcher currently Projects Curator at the Serpentine Galleries, London where she has been working on the Edgware Road Project since its inception in 2009. Here and in other contexts she has commissioned and developed residencies, exhibitions, workshops and collaborative research projects at the intersection of art and the commons. She is a founding member of artist collective GCC, the Commissioning Editor of Projects for Ibraaz, as well as a trustee for the Crossway Foundation and not/no.w.here. In 2016 she co-directed the 10th edition of the Global Art Forum, Art Dubai.

Deadline: 
06/25/2018
Fee Detail: 
Free

Artquest - The Horniman Residency

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Artquest, in partnership with the Horniman, are offering a research residency for one London based artist to focus on our collections (Anthropology, Aquarium and Animal Walk, Archive, Butterfly House, Natural History, Gardens or Musical Instruments). The residency includes an award of £3000 to engage with the work and collections of the museum, an additional award of £850 towards a public facing event showcasing the thinking and research undertaken during the residency and privileged access to museum’s music collection objects and curators. We particularly welcomes applications from artists with a participatory or socially engaged practice.

Deadline: 
08/13/2018
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Music at the Museum with Firefly Burning

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If you’re 16-25, working towards a music career and want to be inspired this summer – join experimental folk rock band Firefly Burning for ‘Music at the Museum’ – a week-long residency of collaborative songwriting and music-making.

Taking inspiration from the incredible collections at Manchester Museum, you’ll spend five days from 8-12 July writing, creating and performing new music under the artistic guidance of award-winning artists John Barber and James Redwood from the band Firefly Burning.

You’ll get the chance to:

  • Gain an insight into the creative processes of established artists
  • Collaborate with other musicians
  • Develop your songwriting, arranging and performance skills
  • Perform in a special twilight gig at Manchester Museum on Thu 12 July

“When you collaborate, you end up making music which is far greater than the sum of its parts. The final performance will feature the new music we make on the project alongside songs from our new album. It’s going to be a totally immersive week and we can’t wait!” – Firefly Burning

 

Application info

To apply you should be:

  • 16-25 years old
  • Working towards a career in music
  • Based in Greater Manchester, Cheshire or Merseyside
  • Available between Sun 8 Jul – Thu 12 Jul

Deadline: Monday 11 June, midnight

Applicants must apply online*.

All applicants will be notified on or around Friday 15 June.

Participants will receive £10 per day to help towards the cost of travel and food.

For more information about this project please contact Lucy Wallace on lucy@brightersound.com or call 0161 830 3899.

*We’re committed to supporting and meeting the needs of people with learning difficulties or disabilities. If you require the application in a different format or have difficulty completing your application online, please call us to discuss alternative options on 0161 830 3899.

Deadline: 
06/11/2018
Fee Detail: 
Free

Both Sides Now with Natalie McCool

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We’re looking for talented female singers, songwriters and instrumentalists aged 13-18 to take part in an exciting week-long music project in Liverpool in May (Mon 28 May – Fri 1 Jun).

Led by the incredible Natalie McCool, you’ll work together to create new music and perform live at the British Music Experience.

This is a unique opportunity to develop your songwriting and performance skills in a fun and supportive environment.

You will:

  • Spend 5 days (Mon 28 May – Fri 1 Jun) working with professional artists Natalie McCool, drummer Sian Monaghan (She Drew The Gun) and singer-songwriter Chloe Foy
  • Collaborate with other young musicians to create new music inspired by the story of British music, and the collection of instruments, costumes and performance memorabilia at the British Music Experience in Liverpool
  • Perform what you’ve created together in a special public performance at the museum on Fri 1 Jun

To take part you must be:

  • Female, or identity as female
  • Aged 13-18
  • From or based in Merseyside
  • A singer, songwriter or instrumentalist
  • Available between Mon 28 May – Fri 1 Jun

Sign up by Monday 21 May.

 

About Natalie McCool

Natalie McCool first came to public attention for winning a national songwriting competition judged by Coldplay’s Chris Martin. Since then she has written with Paul McCartney, performed with Boy George and collaborated with Beth Orton.

“I remember being a curious 14 year old deeply into music. I was constantly looking for opportunities around me; whether that was writing with other musicians my age, performing live in bands or playing guitar and singing in different projects – I had a real thirst for music. That’s why I am hugely excited to lead this residency exclusively for young female singers, songwriters and instrumentalists; a fantastic way to develop creative ideas, work with other musicians, perform live and above all: have fun!” 

This residency is part of Both Sides Now – our initiative to support, inspire and showcase female music creators across the North of England.

Deadline: 
05/21/2018
Fee Detail: 
Free

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