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Crown Shyness - London, Sept 10/Oct 8, 2021

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Sometimes trees can be a little too respectful of one another’s boundaries, sometimes they just stop growing when they get too close. This phenomenon is called Crown Shyness — when the tops of individual trees avoid touching in the forest canopy, creating separation lines and boundaries in the sky. Researchers found that during calm conditions the branches interlocked, ‘like loosely fitting pieces of a jigsaw puzzle’. When the wind gusts the branches, they can often touch and become intertwined.

#callforartists: we encourage artists to intertwine their voices with sustainability, for this great opportunity of being showcased at the halley (Haggerston, London). A B-Corp accelerating the global culture shift to redefine success in business, in a more inclusive and sustainable economy caring about the environment.

Exhibition dates - 10 Sept / 8 Oct, 2021

All medium accepted: we would like artists to focus on sustainability and the intertwining of different materials and styles. We also accept performer applications for the opening event. All selected artists must be SKT Spaces members - Enthusiasts or Professionals. Our members contributions exists to fund the project's activities. All proceeds go directly back towards supporting the artists, organising events and exhibitions, planting trees, as well as education and outreach programs.

For each membership and each participant in the show, we will plant a tree with @TreeSisters

Deadline: 
09/03/2021

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Repurposeful: The Art of Collage & Assemblage

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After a year of social isolation, we’ve re-engaged with our local communities and learned that through cooperation there is power to effect change. RePurposeful speaks to a renewed knowledge of our interdependence, and will serve as a celebration of the alchemy that occurs when bringing disparate and diverse parts together to create something new, better, more beautiful, and more purposeful.

What kind of "collage and assemblage" work are we seeking?

We are looking to review both traditionally defined collage and assemblage. We are also looking for work that pushes these formal boundaries but is related to collage and assemblage in spirit. For instance, textile works like quilts are welcome for submission.

In addition, we are looking for interactive art pieces that exhibition attendees can participate in creating. Community Collage or tapestry ideas? Please share your ideas with us!

Key Dates

Deadline to submit: Midnight, August 27, 2021
Artwork Drop Off: September 8-10
Opening Night: October 1, 2021
Exhibition runs through December 31, 2021

*There is no fee to enter, and artists can submit up to 3 collages/assemblages or one interactive art piece for review.
 

Jurors

Chris Boettcher is the Director of Randall Museum and the Manager of SF Rec & Park Cultural Division.

Felisia Castañeda served seven years as an Education Specialist and Supervisor for the Recology Artist-in-Residence program. currently works as a Senior Associate at HF&H Consultants where she supports local jurisdictions with implementing robust recycling and composting programs.

Jeanne Gerrity is the Deputy Director and Head of Publications at the Wattis and has written for such publications as Artforum, Art Agenda, and Frieze.

Christine Koppes is the Curator and Director of Public Programs at the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) San José, where she organizes exhibitions and public programs that explore the critical issues of our time through the lens of contemporary art, with an emphasis on emerging and mid-career California artists.

Mansur Nurullah is a Bay Area textile artist who transforms materials that are bound for the trash into tapestries, bags, dolls, and wallets.

Deadline: 
08/27/2021

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Art for Climate Change

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Art for Climate Change

A digital exhibition telling the story of climate change today.

Be part of the community of advocates for climate change action.

Announcing the Open Call for artists submissions on Platforme Planet Earth

– Deadline July 31, 2021

As the world's first online gallery and marketplace dedicated exclusively to climate change and the environment, through your participation you become part of an essential community demonstrating the need to take action to protect the planet.

In addition to entering the competition for the juried show, your paid submissions will appear on our website for at least 2 months – with immediate visibility and showcasing your commitment as a climate advocate.

The digital exhibition (a curated group show) entitled “Art for Climate Change” will be produced as a short film in nine segments, telling the story of climate change today.

The film will be produced by Academy-Award Winning filmmaker Juan Carlos Zaldivar.

We invite all artists to submit their work for consideration in the exhibition.

The selection process and production take place throughout August and September 2021.

If your work is selected, it will be part of the exhibition to premiere in October across three formats, providing significant marketing exposure and visibility, plus an indelible digital footprint:

on the Platforme Planet Earth website and social media

in Paris at  193 Gallery – where selected artists will be invited to join us at an elegant vernissage of the film. Our partner, 193 Gallery, presents exhibitions dedicated to emerging and confirmed contemporary countries and artists from diverse backgrounds.

1: Symbol of creativity, independence and trust in the world

9: Symbol of ideals, spiritual elevation and empathy for others

3: Symbol of sharing, sensitivity to the world and emotions

on our dedicated climate channel on ikonoTV.art – (often referred to as Netflix for culture), which boasts an international reach of over 1 million subscribers

 Join us Today

Select your participation level (individual listing or gallery) and start showing or selling your art today

Step 1: Create Your Account

Step 2: Upload images of your work, and videos (for qualifying tiers)

Step 3: Pay the subscription fee for the period and tier of your choosing

Your Benefits and Support on Platforme Planet Earth

Paid online and offline marketing, PR and advertising

A complimentary session with our partner The Otter Gallery - to help you establish or enhance your business practices as an artist, and grow your digital footprint

Powerful digital platform, and a passionate team

Your submission fees are reinvested in marketing – so you receive as much exposure as possible

You receive attention from our partners and curators, who vet all artworks – for consideration in other group shows

We offer Art Advisory service for personal recommendations to collectors and institutional clients

You are Helping People Most in Need… in the Name of Climate Action!

10% of our proceeds go directly to support Little Suns, a charity co-founded by artist Olafur Eliasson, providing solar-powered lights to children in Africa.

              

 

Manage your portfolio as you like 

Our digital platform allows you to add, edit and update artworks and respond to sales - anytime and from anywhere.

Display multiple images of your artwork: select the pricing package that suits your needs

Share your art with a global audience in new ways

Expand awareness of your artwork across new channels.

Create your online profile in minutes: Upload your artworks, complete your profile, and start sharing your portfolio with the Platforme Planet Earth community immediately upon approval by our vetting team.

Make Offers and Get Private Commissions 

Accept and negotiate offers from collectors, or work with our curators on original commissions for Art Advisory clients.

Art Advisory: Our curators work with a wide range of clients, from designers to architects to private and institutional collectors.

Show (and Sell) all of your original fine artworks on Platforme Planet Earth

Paintings

Photography

Drawings

Collage

Sculpture

New Media – video and digital art

Prints

               

Prize summary: 
If your work is selected, it will be part of the exhibition to premiere in October across three formats, providing significant marketing exposure and visibility, plus an indelible digital footprint.
Prizes Details: 

If your work is selected, it will be part of the exhibition to premiere in October across three formats, providing significant marketing exposure and visibility, plus an indelible digital footprint. 

In addition to entering the competition for the juried show, your paid submissions will appear on our website for at least 2 months – with immediate visibility and showcasing your commitment as a climate advocate.

The digital exhibition (a curated group show) entitled “Art for Climate Change” will be produced as a short film in nine segments, telling the story of climate change today.

The film will be produced by Academy-Award Winning filmmaker Juan Carlos Zaldivar.

We invite all artists to submit their work for consideration in the exhibition.

The selection process and production take place throughout August and September 2021.

If your work is selected, it will be part of the exhibition to premiere in October across three formats, providing significant marketing exposure and visibility, plus an indelible digital footprint:

on the Platforme Planet Earth website and social media

in Paris at  193 Gallery – where selected artists will be invited to join us at an elegant vernissage of the film. Our partner, 193 Gallery, presents exhibitions dedicated to emerging and confirmed contemporary countries and artists from diverse backgrounds.

1: Symbol of creativity, independence and trust in the world

9: Symbol of ideals, spiritual elevation and empathy for others

3: Symbol of sharing, sensitivity to the world and emotions

on our dedicated climate channel on ikonoTV.art – (often referred to as Netflix for culture), which boasts an international reach of over 1 million subscribers

Deadline: 
07/31/2021

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Three options: $19, $69, $79 https://platformeplanetearth.com/pricing-plan/
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CREATIVE MATTERZ FUND | open call FASHION x SUSTAINABILITY

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We love fashion, but we also need a change. With the CMzF we support forward-thinking creatives worldwide through funding, mentorship and PR. This open call accepts creative and artistic project ideas of all disciplines that tackle sustainability and fashion.

It is 2021 and the fashion industry still plays a major role in the use of natural resources, air & water pollution, and is most often created within a framework of human exploitation. Now more than ever it is important to generate awareness around these issues with the tools each and every one of us has available.

Your vision for a fair system has an impact, no matter what creative background you are coming from. Whether as a guerrilla campaign, a photoshoot, video, performance art, a game, a guide, an installation… get creative(!), we are here to help you with your project.

Prize summary: 
​​​​​​​10 project fundings of 500€ each & possibility to win additional 500€ prize upon realization*
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*The amount of projects we are able to fund depends on the amount of donations we collect.
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Deadline: 
03/31/2021

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Aritsts 4 Peace Call for Submissions Issue 4!

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At Artists 4 Peace, we dedicate space to the works of people who focus their practice in peace and sustainable living. We collect works in a number of mediums including Architecture, Dance, Film/Video, Multidisciplinary, Music, Theatre, Science, Visual Arts, Written Word, and works from young artists from the age of 18 and below. 

New issues are released every two months and we continually accept submissions throughout the year, regardless of deadline.

Please apply if you feel your creativity emerges as a response to the need of peace and sustainability, we’d be honored to have your work featured upon our next issue on March 29th 2021

Prizes Details: 

Works selected will be featured in our upcoming issue on March 29th or a later issue within the year.

Deadline: 
03/01/2021

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Driving the Human: Call for Proposals

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From February 10 to April 9, 2021, Driving the Human invites designers, artists, scientists, initiatives, and agents from any fields of expertise from anywhere in the world, to join us in shaping sustainable and collective futures that combine science, technology, and the arts in a transdisciplinary and collaborative approach. Our Open Call invites proposals that critically engage with the present and propose alternatives current developments and disruptions, reflecting on what makes us human, and reexamining our relationship with society, the planet, and life itself.   

Proposals may connect to larger themes, such as the social impact of climate change, energy cycles and our current technological acceleration, the mirror between the biosphere and the technosphere, contemporary processes of exchanging values and objects, and/or the impact of collective decision-making. Driving the Human welcomes proposals that embrace notions of urgency and radical openness as much as curiosity, interconnectedness, and new modes of collectivity across scales. Similarly, we encourage proposals that ask fundamental questions about the predominant narratives that we exchange about the world and our role in it.

After a series of crisis, from the economic to the pandemic, it is evident that humanity and its way of living on planet earth are endangered. Fundamental questions about issues such as mass consumption, factory farming, and mass tourism need to be reflected upon. We welcome new constellations for working and thinking together, connecting diverse knowledge and varied disciplines. 

Selected applicants will be invited to interact with the expertise and multidisciplinary know-how of the Driving the Human partner institutions – acatech, National Academy of Science and Engineering; the mentoring program Forecast; the Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design; and ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe – to develop future-proof concepts and bring them to fruition as prototypes. Ultimately, the process and outcomes of Driving the Human become tools that enable new worldviews and open the doors to alternative ways of coexisting. 

The application deadline is Friday, April 9, 2021, at 11:59pm CET. Applications must be submitted in English, via our online application form.

Please consult our Application Guidelines, Terms and Conditions, and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for more information.

Deadline: 
04/09/2021

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