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Ora Schneider Regional Residency Grant

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The Ora Schneider Regional Grant is a month-long residency for artists residing in Greene, Columbia, Delaware, Dutchess, Ulster, Sullivan, and Orange counties. Gail Schneider Matlin—a gifted artist, former WSW board member, and daughter of Ora Schneider—funds these residencies to honor her mother’s long-time commitment to our community’s cultural life.

WSW awards this residency to two artists, who may choose to work in any of our studio disciplines. Priority will be given to artists with experience and a working knowledge of etching, intaglio, or monoprint; letterpress; papermaking; screenprinting; photography; or ceramics.

This grant includes a $1500 stipend and 24/7 studio access. We understand that applicants may not be close enough for a daily commute, so free onsite housing can also be arranged.

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Application open: June 1
Application due: October 15, midnight EST
Notification date: January 31
Residency length: 1 month
Residency occurs: the year after application, September through June

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10/15/2019

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The Watermill Center's Artist Residency Program

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The Watermill Center’s Artist Residency Program began in 2006, when The Center officially opened as a year-round facility. Each year collectives and individuals take up residence at The Center to live and develop works that critically investigate, challenge and extend the existing norms of artistic practice.

The Artist Residency Program is process-based, without the expectation or promise of a final exhibition of the work. Watermill provides artists with time and space to focus on developing their practice in a communal environment that encourages experimentation. Artists-in-Residence share their creative process with the community through open rehearsals, workshops and artist talks.

Artists-in-Residence receive access to an extensive collection of resources central to the Watermill experience: 20,000 square feet of rehearsal/design spaces and outdoor stages; a theater production archive (housed in New York City); The Watermill Center Study Library; The Watermill Collection; and The Center’s ten acre landscaped grounds and gardens.

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05/13/2019
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100% supported residency programs in New York

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100% supported residency programs by Townley arts foundation Inc. 501c3

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30-60 day residency programs 100% sponsored by the foundation.

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Open Call for Artists : Gallery 104, New York

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GALLERY 104 - Open Call for Artists

“The figurative meets abstract Show” curated

artist reception: July 6 2018 (6-9pm)

showing: July 1 - July 30 2018

deadline to apply June 20th 2018 (5pm)

Please contact Pam Squires for more information: e. support@newyorkart.com | ph. ‭1 (760) 218-2981‬

373 Broadway, E-7, New York, NY 10013

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06/20/2018
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2018 International Surrealism Now exhibition, Coimbra, Portugal, Europe

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Santiago Ribeiro is preparing the International Surrealism Now exhibition to November 17, 2018, in Coimbra, Portugal with exhibitions in Spain, New York, Paris and Moscow.

COIMBRA, Portugal, April 9, 2018  -- Santiago Ribeiro is starting organizing and promote the International Surrealism Now exhibition with more than 100 artists from 45 countries which is to open at the Coimbra House Culture and Edifício Chiado Museum in Portugal next November 17 of 2018.

INTERNATIONAL SURREALISM NOW 2018 - RUIVA AND SANTIAGO RIBEIRO ART - PARIS - NEW YORK - PORTUGAL

Billed as the largest world exhibition of contemporary Surrealism art in Europe the exhibit of paintings, drawings, digital art, photographs and sculpture is also expected to be shown, at least in part, at several monuments and public spaces throughout Portugal.

International Surrealism Now exhibition started in 2010 organized by Bissaya Barreto Foundation and Santiago Ribeiro. And after 8 years becomes The world's largest surrealist art exhibition of the 21st century, with 107 surrealist artists from 45 countries and five continents will participate.

Countries that will be represented include: Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Cuba, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Ukraine, Venezuela and Vietnam.

Note: The renowned British cultural magazine, The Culture Trip, named 10 Portuguese artists as the most internationally recognized at the present time and Santiago Ribeiro it is one of them.

Ribeiro's work has been featured at the U.S. Embassy in Lisbon, in the Portuguese American Journal, in Digital Meets Culture, Pressenza fr, metroNews.ru, Pravda in Portuguese, The Herald News, ARTVOICE, Associated Press, EFE, APA ots, AAP, Reuters, ANA, News Aktuell and many other publications can be seeing on the link.

Having also been featured in Paris at the "Osmosis-Kiraméki Transfigured!" event along with cultural icons and renowned artists at JPHT Gallery.

In Moscow at the international project "Visionary Art Award" held in the historical center of Moscow, in one of the best exhibition venues in Moscow - in the "House of Artists of Moscow." Having been invited by his friend the Russian artist Oleg Korolev.

In New York the Portuguese surrealist painter Santiago Ribeiro has been featured since July 2017 at the Thomson Reuters and Nasdaq OMX Group at Times Square in New York City, and will remain highlighted throughout 2018.

"As usual, every time, I do something different and innovative and the idea of exhibiting in Times Square, New York, shows how media and new technologies are a modern way to divulge our art." – he said. declared Ribeiro.

In Granada, Spain, Ribeiro make presence in the big international art exhibition in the Center of Churriana de la Vega in the city of Granada in south of Spain. The 9th edition of Fiarte Granada has more than 120 artists from 32 countries. FIARTE is a creation of the artist Yamal Din also the organizer where the municipality of FIARTE awarded the international cooperation award to the Portuguese artist Santiago Ribeiro.

Born in Coimbra, Portugal, Ribeiro attended art classes at Escola Avelar Brotero and the Escola Superior de l'Education in Coimbra. He has organized and participated in numerous individual and collective art exhibitions in Portugal and abroad.

Its sponsors include the Bissaya Barreto Foundation, Câmara de Coimbra and the North American MagicCraftsman studio.

He has devoted his life to painting and promoting 21st century surrealist art, through exhibitions around the world in Berlin, Moscow, Dallas, Los Angeles, Mississippi, Warsaw, Nantes, Paris, Florence, Madrid , Granada, Barcelona, Lisbon, Belgrade, Monte Noire, Romania, Japan, Taiwan and Brazil.

 

@ World news 2018

 

“Read My Lips: Loren Britton & Kerry Downey” at the Knockdown Center

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Loren Britton, Bud, 2015, Canvas, Velvet, Polyfil

Read My Lips


 

Opening reception Nov 5, 7 – 9pm
Oct 28 – Dec 18


Read My Lips brings together recent paintings and sculpture made by Loren Britton and video and prints by Kerry Downey. Although working in different media, both artists tangle with representing marginalized bodies, problems of language, and the complexity of subject formation in a binary world.

Downey’s textured monotypes, many of which are embossed or use chine-collé, hang alongside Britton’s anthropomorphic plush sculpture and large four-by-five foot paintings, which sit on blocks. Downey’s projected video piece is paired with several more of Britton’s sculptures — these made to be used as seating.

Both series of work are grounded in a consideration of embodiment. The exhibition title takes the mouth specifically as a site from which to examine some of the central issues of this show: It is a source of language, an entrance to the interior, and a site of desire.

These artists also explore a politic of non-visibility through languages of abstraction. Refusing visibility is an important tenet of the constellation of art practices that have been termed Queer Abstraction, a moniker not without its own limitations.  While many queer and feminist artists — Harmony Hammond, Louise Fishman, Joan Snyder, to name just a few — have worked in abstraction since the 1970s, a new generation of queer, genderqueer, and transgender artists are taking up the style to deal with issues of gender, and in this case, to talk about the body without explicitly signifying it.  In his recent research, art historian David J. Getsy has asked, “What happens when the body is invoked but not imaged?”

In such a mode of image-making, abstract art exceeds binary constraint; the body is posited as a catalog of sensory experiences and a place of flux. In Britton and Downey’s hands, abstraction becomes a space of infinite possibility where multiplicity is the principal feature. The work plunges us into indeterminacy and makes us step outside of prevailing modes of understanding selfhood and language. There is no finality, no fixed meaning, no stability.

Programming
November 5: Opening reception, 7pm-9pm (After party with DJ Robi D Light 9pm-late)
November 12, Round table discussion, 5pm
December 8: Poetry reading, 8pm
December 16: WOAHMONE party, 10pm-late

Loren Britton is an artist and curator based in New Haven, CT. Britton’s work explores hybridity in image and form. They create things that exist between drawing, painting, and sculpture. Their work exists in relationship to the body and seeks to reimagine the possibilities of embodied language. Britton has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo and group exhibitions at Boston University, Boston, MA; Scott Charmin Gallery, Houston, TX; LTD Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Vanity Projects, Miami, FL; Field Projects, New York, NY; Pelham Arts Center, Pelham, NY; Schwules Museum, Berlin, Germany; and Siena Arts Institute, Siena, Italy. Britton has participated in residency programs at Eastside International, Los Angeles, USA and Studio Kura, Fukuoka, Japan. Britton holds a BFA & BA from SUNY Purchase and they are currently an MFA candidate in Painting at the Yale School of Art.

Kerry Downey (born Fort Lauderdale, 1979) is an interdisciplinary artist and teacher based in New York City. Downey’s work explores how we interact with each other physically, psychologically, and socio-politically. Encompassing video, printmaking, and performance, their work wrestles with the possibilities and limitations of gender, intimacy, and relationality in late capitalist America. Recent exhibition venues include the Queens Museum, Flushing, NY; EFA Project Space, New York, NY; Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA; the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College, Annandale, NY; the Drawing Center, New York, NY; and Taylor Macklin, Zurich, Switzerland.  In 2015, Downey was awarded the Joan Mitchell Foundation Emerging Artist Grant.  Residencies and Fellowships include SHIFT at the EFA Project Space, the Drawing Center’s Open Sessions, Real Time and Space in Oakland, CA, the Vermont Studio Center, and the Queer/Art/Mentorship Fellowship. They hold a BA from Bard College and an MFA from Hunter College.

Ashton Cooper is a Brooklyn-based independent writer and curator. This past summer, she curated “Mal Maison” at Maccarone in New York. Recent writing projects include an essay for a publication on artist Ellen Cantor to be released by Capricious in late 2016 as well as a catalog essay for Mira Dancy’s exhibition at the Yuz Museum in Shanghai. Her writing has appeared in the Brooklyn Rail, Modern Painters, Hyperallergic, Artinfo.com, Cultured, Art + Auction, Pelican Bomb, ASAP Journal, and Jezebel. She contributed the essay “The Problem of the Overlooked Female Artist: An Argument for Enlivening a Stale Model of Discussion” to the exhibition catalog for “Lucid Gestures” at the McCagg Gallery at Barnard College. She is the director of Nicelle Beauchene Gallery in New York.

Read My Lips is presented with the generous support of the Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant.

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