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Open call! Tangent Projects studios

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Tangent Projects studios are now accepting applications for our studio residency programme for 2022/23.

Residencies placements to be between:

September - December 2022/January - April 2023/April - July 2023. Please let us know your preferred dates in your motivation text.

Deadline - February 19th 2022

As a not-for-profit cultural association, Tangent Projects is artist-driven and focused. We provide fair-priced, comfortable studio spaces for artists to work in a creative and dynamic environment whilst also connecting and engaging with others working in the arts, both locally and globally.

Adjoined to Tangent Projects gallery, the studios are an intrinsic part of a growing and active network of art workers.

We offer -

  • A studio with 24 hour access (for the duration of the residency)
  • An association of friendly international artists
  • A communal space for relaxing, and also for meetings (with other artists, curators, gallerists etc)
  • On hand curatorial support
  • Artist talks/presentations
  • Regular communal get-togethers
  • Visits to galleries, studios and other art spaces
  • An onsite gallery with an exciting and expansive exhibition schedule
  • Open studio days (covid permitting)
  • A final wrap-up project, including a zine publication

Open to all artists at all stages in their career.

We welcome applications from national and international artists. We encourage applications from artists/creatives working in all different media, we do not limit the type of work submitted and are open to interesting ideas and suggestions, within the realm of our capabilities.

The cost of the studio residency is €120 per month.

Deadline: 
02/19/2022
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Interdisciplinary ecological hub Montemero Art Residency calls for applications!

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Montemero Art Residency 2022 

Montemero Art Residency is an organization dedicated to sustainable ecology and alternative art production. We believe that the experience of living and creating in a different context has to be facilitated through collaboration and exchange. Thus, we opened our facilities to artists for them to network and collaborate with professionals from other fields.

The Program

Our program offers a fully-equipped printmaking studio, and other open spaces that are suitable for a variety of creative practices (from visual to performing arts and anything in between). Being located on a biological reserve near the Tabernas Desert, the location offers a unique perspective that aims to cultivate the personal connection with nature and how it functions, while further expanding the idea of eco-living. With minimal external interference, artists-in-residence have the opportunity to focus on themselves and their work in a way that more densely populated areas are unable to provide. The residency is open to people of all ages and backgrounds, and we welcome all those who are looking for space and time to explore new forms of interdisciplinary and intercultural collaboration.

Although, our long-term objective with this program is to create an eco-art project, here some of our short-term goals: • To create an environment and offer the facilities conducive to creative work, integrated with nature, a place to experience new perspectives and acquire new references. • Promoting international collaboration and networking, to bring together people from different fields to share and promote ecological and cultural sustainability. • Embrace and emphasize the experimental, the undefined, and unexpected states of creativity.

Duration of residency

1 to 3 months

Accommodation

Artists will have their own private room and there are plenty of spaces both indoor and outside to create and be inspired. All activities at the residency are arranged in the community with the host(s) who are using the property in the time being. This also applies to living arrangements such as cooking meals and keeping tidy. Fundamental courtesies apply.

Disciplines, work equipment and assistance

The residency is open to people of all ages and backgrounds, and we welcome all those who are looking for space and time to explore new forms of interdisciplinary and intercultural collaboration. We cannot provide specific materials for artwork. The residency is in a rural area, so we recommend artists to travel with their own materials. Some basic materials/high-quality papers are provided in the printmaking studio, but anything further/specialized will need to be acquired by the artist prior to the residency. Materials located in the scrap yard are free to be used by artists. Depending on your practice we might be able to provide some materials for a small fee (prior notice is required). Feel free to reach out to us to discuss your production process and needs.

Studio / Workspace

Montemero was the former atelier of German artist Wolfgang Simon. Wolfgang Simon studied from 1957 to 1962 at the Berlin College of Fine Arts. Simon practiced as an apprentice of Friedrich Schröder Sonnenstern. Since the late 1960s to his last days, he lived in Andalusia and dedicated his life to the conservation of this land, forming the Finca Montamero Biological Reserve while continuing his work as a printmaker. As such, he equipped his studio for woodcut and linocut printmaking. During the residency, artists will have access to this studio, his archive, and outside areas that can be used for their creative practices.

Fees and support

€850 participation fee for one full month (4 weeks). This fee will go towards rent, utilities (Wi-Fi, gas/water/electricity, cleaning supplies, etc…), upkeep of the facilities, administrative tasks, and consultations. In return, the host also offers bikes (limited) and snorkeling and diving equipment. The fee also covers a pick-up and drop-up from Jaravia train station or San Juan de los Terreros bus station. Please note: If you are selected as one of our participants, you will be required to deposit 40% of the fee within 10 days of your acceptance to secure your place. Artists should cover their travel costs, daily expenses, and the cost of production of personal works beyond supplies provided by the residency. We cannot provide materials for specific artworks. The residency is in a rural area, so we recommend artists to travel with their own preferred materials as art supply stores are non-existent. Feel free to reach out to us to discuss your production process and needs. We do our best to ensure guests’ safety at all times, but we cannot take responsibility for personal illness, injuries, or accidents. Nor can we take responsibility for lost, stolen, or damaged personal belongings. Please make sure you have adequate travel and health insurance prior to travel.

Expectations towards the artist

Throughout the program, participating artists will have a chance to incorporate new mediums and disciplines into their practice. Salvaged materials in the scrap yard will be open to artists’creation and interpretation. This process will be supported with weekly online/video chat feedback sessions, individual portfolio reviews, and brainstorming sessions with our curator. At the end of the stay, we ask participants to present a small talk about their work and practice. In order to increase community engagement and gain experience, we also encourage artists to create and hold both public and private workshops regarding their practice and to join other events that are organized by Finca Montemero. Other events can be organized by the residents, within the bounds of possibilities of the organizers.

Deadline: 
12/25/2021
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VII EDITION BETA PUBLICA CHOREOGRAPIC SHOWCASE

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The BETA PUBLICA Choreographic Showcase is a well stablished event in the contemporary dance landscape of Madrid (Spain).
Since 2014 the BETA PUBLICA Association drives this anual event to connect new and stablished choreographers, willing to test their new works, with a very involved audience.
The Showcase is open to the participation of Creators from any country in the world. Like previous editions, the organization will provide an small stipend to all choreographers selected and also some financial assistance for travel and accommodation of participantes non- resident in the Autonomous Community of Madrid .
The choreographies presented can be final or work in process, originals or reviews of previous works. They have to be contemporary pieces adapted for presentation in a conventional stage space with multimedia resources. One the works selected will perform in the Theater Entrance Hall (“The Lobby”) as the first piece of the show.
The works must be no longer than 15 minutes and may be fragments of longer pieces. Pieces exceeding 15 minutes will not be accepted.
There are no limits in the number of performers.
BETA PÚBLICA is not a contest, but an integrated project to support the choreography creation. Therefore there are not awards.
Among all the nominations registered, the Association will select a maximum of 7 works. Of these works: One (1) is automatically selected by the online vote of the users in the Association´s Instagram profile (( https://www.instagram.com/betapublicapv/), provided the proposal meets the artistic criteria of BETA PUBLICA. The rest, including a work of the new PRO.BETA initiative, will be selected by the Association based on; their creative strength, originality and/or the maturity of the choreographic work. The Showcase will take place in Madrid (Spain), if no other changes, in June 6th nad 7th 2020.

Deadline: 
05/01/2020

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Activosonico-Experimental Sound Residency AADK Spain

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We warmly invite all musicians, sound artists, sound engineers and artists from other disciplines that wish to develop a project specifically related to sound to participate in Activosónico-Experimental Sound Residencies, a program carried out by AADK Spain, with a focus on the relationship of sound and territory.

Activosónico residencies will take place in Centro Negra, the current headquarters of AADK Spain located in the town of Blanca, Murcia. They have been conceived to offer time and space for analysis and artistic research linked to music and sound, encouraging reflection upon the historical, cultural and geographical context of the region.

AADK Spain is an international artistic platform that opens up spaces for research and contemporary creation. With a focus set on experimental and creative processes, its primary interest is to explore the notions of body, territory, and spatiality through an interdisciplinary approach.

We look forward to your proposals. 

Deadline: 
01/15/2020
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OPEN CALL FOR THE 6TH EDITION OF THE BETA PUBLICA CHOREOGRAPHIC SHOWCASE

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The BETA PUBLICA Showcase is one of the BETA PUBLICA Association´s annual programes. It brings together choreographers from all over the world to share, using the social networks, their creative process with the audiences that will come to the 2 days of performances in Madrid.

The BETA PUBLICA Showcase is an opportunity to share with the audience your creative process previously to the performances. The BETA PUBLICA Showcase is not a competition and the 6 selected creators will receive the same Tech Rehearsal time (3 hours in a fully equipped theater) , an small stipend , a promotional video and 2 professional pictures of their performance. The Showcase is open to any variation of Contemporary Dance. The six selected pieces have to be no longer than 15 minutes and can be: work in process, final pieces or excerpts from longer choreographies. In the last editions we have had creators from all over the world.

Deadline: 
04/12/2019

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Nectar Artist in Residence Program 2019

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Located in north Catalonia in the midst of Les Guilleries Natural Park surrounded by endless forest, Nectar, in collaboration with FUNDACIÓN IDEOGRAMAKOYAC & ON MEDIATION_Platform on curatorship and research, presents its multidisciplinary art residency program offering a community-based living and working experience for worldwide artists in all career stages. The residency is a unique opportunity to delve into the artistic and creative process enjoying rural environment and a great opportunity to connect with Barcelona art scene and with the art market.

The culmination of the residency will be a one month exhibition at Fundación IDEOGRAMA artistic and cultural space, located inside the Fàbrica Lehmann, a cultural factory and creative lung located in the heart of the city, where the artists will present their works within the artistic Barcelona scene. The opening will be on June 27th 2019.
On Mediation team will write a short text about each artist’s work that will be used for the exhibition brochure and published at OMMagazine.
The artists will have a one year agreement with KOYAC of the works produced during the residency, which will be put on sale through their online platform,  aimed to promote and encourage art collecting among new audiences.
- The committee will select 4 artists for the 3 and a half week residency
** 1 Fully funded grant and 3 Partial grants  **

Deadline: 
04/01/2019

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Fee Detail: 
35€
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