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PROTOCOGNITION

The Arts Exhibition and Performances organised by Bristol Art Gallery and Unconventional Computing Lab UWE Bristol.

 

Protocognition refers to the ability of non-living creatures and substances without a nervous system to acquaint themselves with information, recognize stimulatory spaces, accumulate knowledge, and develop wisdom. It encompasses various processes such as sensing, decision mapping, learning, reasoning, believing, and even exhibiting emotional states through chemical and physical substrates.

 

Art Explora x Cité internationale des arts residency programme

The Art Explora x Cité internationale des arts residency programme gives artists and researchers from around the world the opportunity to develop research and creative work in the heart of Paris, in connection with the French artistic and professional scene. It encourages creation in all its forms while facilitating its dissemination to the greatest number of people. The work of the residents focuses on the themes of scientific and technological exploration and addresses the major social and environmental issues of our time.

Art Explora has 8 residential studios in the Cité internationale des arts of Montmartre and welcomes about twenty artists in residency each year.

 

Two programs are proposed:

SOLO Programme 

For artists only. 

DARK MATTERS

Science Gallery Melbourne is inviting proposals for projects to be included in our 2023 exhibition ‘Dark Matters’, which will be developed in collaboration with Arts at CERN and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Dark Matter Particle Physics. This open call is extended to everyone, from every level of experience and from every discipline and from every culture. First Peoples, Queer, CALD, BIPOC, Neuro-diverse, Disabled People and people from the Deaf community are encouraged to apply.

EXPERIMENT A - Open call for scientists & choreographers

EXPERIMENT A – Artistic Residency

Open call for scientists & choreographers

September - November 2022

Flux Laboratory Athens launches a new residency program aimed at choreographers and scientists-researchers with an interest in exploring the creative collaboration between artistic practice & scientific research. The theme is open and the primary aim is to synthesize a distinctive blend of research interests and people that leaves room for exchange, dialogue, inspiration and co-creation developing on the fringes of the respective disciplines.

Artists in Residence October 2022- April 2023

Calling all painters, novelists, climate activists, photographers, biologists, composers, poets, journalists, architects, film makers, performers, inventors, botanists, curators, foresters, ceramicists, playwrights, illustrators, oceanographers, print makers and change makers: 

Each year, the Sitka Center awards residencies to individuals and collaborators exploring art, ecology and the fertile space in-between. Residency durations range from two weeks to three months.

Sitka residency experiences include:

Private living and studio space on the Sitka campus

Time and space for self-driven work surrounded by the inspiring Cascade Head coastal landscape and ecosystem

A supportive community of fellow residents from diverse backgrounds and practices

The Uncook Book

“THE UNCOOK BOOK” – CAN YOU HELP UNCOOK THE PLANET?

OPEN CALL WITH A CLIMATE MISSION FOR ARTISTS AROUND THE WORLD

-        COMBAT CLIMATE NEGATIVITY BY INSPIRING & SPREADING HOPE ABOUT THE EXISTING SOLUTIONS TO THE CLIMATE CRISIS USING YOUR ART

-        A CHANCE TO BE PUBLISHED IN A UNIQUE BOOK WHICH FUSES SCIENCE & ART – MAKING CLIMATE SOLUTIONS INSPIRING FOR EVERYDAY PEOPLE

-        BE PART OF A CHANGE-MAKING CREATIVE COMMUNITY

-  SUBMIT YOUR ART AT UNCOOK-BOOK.COM

“Science has a communication problem that art can solve.”

Thale Fastvold, Norwegian artist

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