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Artists in Residency ArmeniaArtists in residency program in Yerevan/Armenia 2021.


After a difficult year and a long breake, TAI is pleased to announce that we  have  opened the  call for international Artists-in-Residence program for 2021.
We look forward to receiving the applications of the international artists those who have enthusiasm for realizing their creative projects in Yerevan capital of Armenia in a creative community. 
Duration of residency
1 week - 8 months / Can be discussed 
Disciplines, work equipment and assistance
Visual art, performance art, music, architecture, urban art, literature, curatorial and cultural research, arts administration, art management, cultural leadership, and interdisciplinary art.
Basic tools and art supplies provided.
Logistic support and assistance for artists™ residency projects.
Applicants are responsible for covering the residency fee that includes the studio rent, utilities and administrative support. We will provide letters for successful residents and support their applications (with needed documents) for external grants to cover the fee, travel, food, production and other costs.
No stipend or allowance for international artists for this period.
Costs
350 - 450 Euro per month. Please get in touch for more info.
If an artist would like to have an exhibition during the residency, we will support logistic fee according to the proposal.
You can apply through Curatorspace and if you have any questions, please, contact me here.
We look forward to having artists from different parts of the world.
 
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RFP: Provincial Call to Artists " City of Woodstock Public Art Opportunity Bruce Flowers Sculpture Garden CommissionThe Woodstock Art Gallery is pleased to invite artists residing in Ontario to submit expressions of interest and qualifications to create a permanent public artwork in the City of Woodstock. Woodstock City Council approved the renaming of the west side of Vansittart Park to Florence Carlyle Park, with a portion designated as the Bruce Flowers Sculpture Garden. Flowers, who was a passionate and inspirational art educator in Woodstock for many decades, passed away in 2018 and left the residual of his estate to the Woodstock Art Gallery with the provision that the funds be used to establish an outside figurative sculpture garden. The Woodstock Art Gallery emphasizes the request for a contemporary response considering the human form to address one or more of the following thematic options as related to this concept: Love & Acceptance, Mentoring & Teaching, and Community & Connection.10/26/2021CanadaCodaworx

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$500 Grant for Visual Artists by Artist GrantArtist Grant provides quarterly grants to support visual artists.2021-10-15 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Factorem Maker's Showcase and Sales OpportunitySubmissions are invited to take part in "Factorem" Makers Christmas Showcase offering the Sculpture Lounge's established audience a chance to purchase bespoke items in the run up to Christmas. 2021-10-17 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Australia Pavilion Invigilation Program for the Venice Biennale 2022For the Venice Biennale 2022, the Australia Council is inviting applications for invigilators of the exhibition in the Australian Pavilion.2021-10-19 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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City of Gothenburg Open Call: Public Art for the Urban Spaces Around Haga and Korsvägen StationsThe City of Gothenburg invites artists and artist groups to participate in the international selective tendering process for one of the biggest infrastructure and urban development projects in the history of the city: the West Link. Two new public artworks are going to be created for the urban spaces around Haga Station and Korsvägen Station. 2021-10-20 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Norfolk Way Art Trail CommissionsNorfolk County Council (UK) is looking to award five commissions of up to £60,000 for dynamic new artworks to form the Norfolk Way Art Trail, a brand new outdoor public art trail spanning 250 miles of Norfolk, England. 2021-10-20 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Junior React Developer at Blast Theory Blast Theory are a company that make interactive art that tours the world. We create dazzling, thought-provoking experiences that combine games, apps, live cinema and theatre; feature films where actors respond to you in real time; events where your phone guides you on real-life adventures through the city; and mobile games that invite you to reimagine the world and your future in it.2021-10-24 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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12 workshops. An open call to join a group of 12 peopleEvery month for a year, one of us will run a workshop to the other eleven participants. This workshop can be anything of your choice - an art skill, a dance, a chat, experiments in sound, talking politics, something out of this world. Anything goes. This means after one year, each of us will have delivered a workshop and participated in another eleven. 2021-10-24 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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The LOEWE FOUNDATION Craft PrizeThe LOEWE FOUNDATION has opened the call for entries to the fifth edition of the LOEWE FOUNDATION Craft Prize, an international award celebrating excellence in craftsmanship.2021-10-25 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Photography Open Call: Fabrica Gallery, Brighton The In Between Gallery is a temporary exhibition platform for Fabrica's picture window in central Brighton. Fabrica is partnering with Spectrum Photographic, Photo Fringe and Loupe Magazine to present excellent photographic work by UK-based artists who consider themselves to be early to mid-career. 2021-10-29 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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The BARON Book Prize 2021The BARON Book Prize is an annual prize, which recognises book projects from emerging artists and image-makers who have created projects investigating gender, sex, sexuality and identity politics. 2021-10-31 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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apexart's NYC Open Call for Exhibition Proposals and up to $10k budgetapexart's NYC Open Call Invites Group Exhibition Proposals in October for 2022-2023 Season. 2021-10-31 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Solo Show at PULPO GALLERYPULPO GALLERY is now accepting submissions for its 2022 OPEN CALL SOLO SHOW. Entries need to be submitted via Instagram and the winner will receive an all expenses paid solo show at PULPO GALLERY in 2022.2021-10-31 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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LGBT History Month Exhibition Opportunity by The HiveThis upcoming LGBT History Month February 2022, we would like to offer our gallery space to an artist to create a solo show of artworks that explore the history of the LGBT community in some way. We are particularly keen to hear from local LGBT artists, young people, and other under-represented groups.2021-11-01 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Silence Awareness Existence, Thematic residency program in Finland, Winter 2022A thematic residency program in Finland for artists and creative minds, engaged in the theme on various fields. The program brings together international artists and professionals from different backgrounds. Artistic, scientific, meditative and existentialistic approaches are all equally embraced. 2021-11-04 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Inspiring London through Culture CommissionThe City Corporation is one of the UK's major funders of culture and heritage and directly supports a range of institutions and activities in these fields. It also recognises and welcomes the wide range of organisations, large and small, who further enrich the Square Mile's cultural offer and who may benefit from additional support or sponsorship to help initiatives to develop.2021-11-05 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Arrhythmia " a new Book Works open submission series guest-edited by Katrina PalmerGuest-edited by artist Katrina Palmer, Arrhythmia is a new series that offers an opportunity for artists and writers whose work explores ideas of being out of joint with the predominant social order, whether through disrupted trajectories, physical displacement, or political dissonance. We are particularly interested in experimental work that articulates a discontinuous sense of identity, and writing, or the combination of writing and images in which the rhythm of the text is self-consciously questioned.2021-11-05 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Syntropy States Commission for Digital Artists and MusiciansSyntropy States is a small digital arts start-up with a big vision. We™re creating a platform that brings together the digital arts with breathwork, relaxation and meditation. We™re looking for artists and musicians who want to share their work in meaningful ways to help social wellbeing by creating accessible art and music that provides a way to relax, reconnect and revitalise in an accessible way.2021-11-15 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Open Call for Artists, Curators & Researchers Trio1a space is pleased to announce an open call for a trio group composed of an artist, a curator and a researcher to participate in the Mid-Career Artist Exhibition & Publication Series. In response to the shortage of mid-career retrospectives in Hong Kong and the need of documenting and researching the local art ecology, we aim to initiate a long-term commitment to a series of comprehensive solo exhibitions and high-quality publications dedicated to mid-career artists.2021-11-28 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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MMMAD Festival: Post-digital landscapesSMTH with the collaboration of MMMAD and thanks to the sponsorship of Nhood , they launch the first international call for digital artists on the screens of Vialia Vigo. Under the theme ' Post-Digital Landscapes' ( Landscapes post-digital ), we look for works that reflect on the territory, the landscape, the city and space in the post-digital era.The landscape of the city of Vigo has been transformed with the construction of Vialia Vigo, a new 122,000 m2 macro-building designed by the American architect Thom Mayne, which acts as a new 'gateway' to this city. A train and bus station, a shopping center, a park and, now, a space for the exhibition of digital art.It is in this place where 5 innovative large-format screens are located, new communication devices created by SMTH, which will now host a new digital art exhibition program.From all the works received, a jury of experts will select the best five , which will receive a prize of ‚¬ 1,500 each and will be exhibited at Vialia Vigo from December 20, 2021 to February 20, 2022.2021-11-29 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Behind The Art - Promote your processWe are now accepting rolling submissions for our Behind The Art Series, a weekly artist feature hosted on our Instagram.2021-11-30 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Solitude Fellowships: Free studio, monthly grant and travel expenses provided by Akademie Schloss SolitudeAkademie Schloss Solitude is calling for applications for fellowships in 2022/2023. Residencies at Akademie Schloss Solitude enable fellows to devote themselves to their research projects under favorable material and intellectual conditions. The Solitude fellowship is a residential fellowship that includes furnished living/working space, a monthly fellowship grant as well as travel expenses for arrival and departure. International artists from all spheres of practice are invited to apply through our application website 2021-11-30 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Near Now Ideas FundGet your creative project off the ground with support from Broadway's Near Now Ideas Fund.2021-11-30 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Virtual Reality Climate Change MemorialThe ˜Virtual Reality Climate Change Memorial™ is set in a post-2050 future where some of the worst climate predictions have come true. Species going extinct, constant natural disasters, extreme weather conditions, cities drowning, millions displaced or homeless, food scarcity, extreme air pollution making it hard to breathe, and more. The memorial is a virtual space to grieve all that has been lost, away from the physical world in turmoil. As well as this function, considering the contemporary audience, the space also hopes to inform about climate change using factual evidence and compelling stories based on truth with the intent to ˜move™ the audience emotionally and to action. 2021-12-12 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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£60 free driving credit for ArtRabbit readers with Zipcar for BusinessIf you™re having to adapt to new ways of working, playing, or visiting museums, our friends at Zipcar for Business are here to help. Members can use their 3000 vehicles to get across town on their own terms, when they need to, all via their app. Claim your year's free business membership (worth £99), up to 29% off driving rates and £60 credit today. They™ll help you get your business moving. More information for ArtRabbit users here.2021-12-31 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Public Parking is Seeking Writers: Receive fees up to $400 CAD as a contributing writerPublic Parking is a publication for critical thought, stories, arguments, and discovery through tangential conversations. We are currently seeking critical thinkers, attentive cultural observers, and meticulous point-makers to write for the publication. The publication takes pitches for various essay pieces and long-form conversation features. We are also seeking visual artists interested in using the publication as a testing space to write adjacent to, or discursively alongside their own or a peer's studio practice.2021-12-31 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Residencies at Old JetResidencies at Old Jet are an excellent opportunity for artists to work on a piece or project in a new inspiring environment, giving them a break from their familiar creative surroundings. Anyone working in any creative field is welcome. A one-week booking is entirely free and includes the use of a cosy sofa bed and our kitchen, toilets and shower. 2021-12-31 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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The Derwent Global Art Prize and Exhibition OpportunityDerwent, the internationally renowned fine art brand, are proud to announce that the sixth instalment of the Derwent Art Prize is now open for entries. 2022-01-04 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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BBA Artist Prize 2022Applications are now open. The BBA Artist Prize 2022 awards international artists irrespective of their background with several Prizes incl. a solo show, cash prizes and much more. The competition includes a group exhibition of the shortlisted artists at the iconic Kühlhaus Berlin, one of the city's most favoured venues for arts and culture events. The exhibition and the announcement of the Prize winners will happen in April 2022. The BBA Artist Prize is a major event for contemporary art in Berlin.2022-01-17 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Contextile 2022 " Open Call Contemporary Textile Art BiennialCONTEXTILE invites all artists, national and internationally, to present artworks for selection to the International Exhibition (competitive), integrated in the programme of its 6th Edition, Contextile 2022 " Contemporary Textile Art Biennial, which will take place in the city of Guimarães, Portugal, from the 3rd September to the 30th October 2022.2022-03-05 00:00:00Check Linkartrabbit

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Call for Artists | AIR/HMC, Budapest International Artists Residencies, HUNGARY 2022AIR/HMC, Budapest International Artists Residencies, HUNGARY 2022Application Deadline: November 25,2021Application fee $25We are looking forward to receiving applications of artists who have interest in our program.http://www.hungarian-multicultural-center.com/ November 25, 2021Check Linkazarts

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Study in Scandinavia | American-Scandinavian FoundationThe American-Scandinavian Foundation (ASF) offers fellowships (up to $23,000) and grants (up to $5,000) to individuals to pursue research, study or creative arts projects in one or more Scandinavian country for up to one year.Grants are considered suitable for post-graduate scholars, professionals, and candidates in the arts to carry out research or study visits of one to three months duration.Fellowships are intended to support a year-long stay. Priority is given to candidates at the graduate level for dissertation-related study or research.The number of awards varies each year according to total funds available. Awards are made in all fields. November 1, 2021Check Linkazarts

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Portraits 2021 | Juried Painting CompetitionOpen to all artists 18 years and older. Artists should submit their best portrait paintings of persons or people. Current artwork in the last 5 years. All traditional mediums allowed including oil, acrylic, gouache, watercolor, pastel, pencil, pen, scratchboard, charcoal & mixed media. No digital please. Up to two paintings allowed per submission. Artists my enter more than once.Artist's work is then juried and selected for a virtual online exhibition. This is a competition, not all entries will be in the final exhibition.Our #1 priority is to promote artist's work! Our team has a combined background of 30+ years in the art industry as artists, leaders, marketing specialists, sales consultants and art promoters. You will not be disappointed with our detail and professionalism. Our exhibitions are about you, the artist!Prizes include:Best in Show Platinum AwardGold Award of ExcellenceSliver Awards " up to 12Bronze Awards " based on number of entriesCash award goes to the top two award recipients! Best in Show receives main page slider promotion at CB, blog post at Top Art Awards, news story Art Base, digital art registration at ArtChain.Info & entry into CB's Artwork of the Year Award. + Top 14 YouTube video. All award recipients receive 3-month online group exhibition of their work, international social media exposure, Art Week and Art Base international news publications, e-blast announcement to international buyers, friends and artists + official award certificate. October 10, 2021Check Linkazarts

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But Once A Year | Holiday Art MarketBut Once A Year: Holiday Art Market seeks to display and sell works of art from any style with the primary focus being on sales, particularly end of year during the period between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Works do not have to express a specific holiday or holiday themes (although this is acceptable), but should be unique art and/or craft items that shoppers would consider purchasing as gifts, and set at affordable prices for casual art buyers. Authentic reproductions, prints, and works that can be sold in multiples will also be accepted for this opportunity.Deadline and shipping will be rolling through November and artists will be contacted on an individual basis as applications arrive. The first hard cutoff to receive formal notice on your application status will be November 10th.Follow the link for full details and to apply today! 11/10/2021Check Linkazarts

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Elizabeth R. Raphael Founder's Prize Award and ExhibitionIn celebration of its 25th anniversary in 1997, Contemporary Craft established a $5,000 prize for excellence in the field of contemporary craft.This biennial award, which is given in conjunction with a catalogue, video profile and juried exhibition, is funded by the daughters of Elizabeth R. Raphael, the founder of Contemporary Craft and a nationally known figure in the contemporary art scene for many decades. Prizes are selected by medium, with the designated medium changing with each biennial award.The 2021 prize will be awarded for a work in glass. Previous Raphael Prize videos may be viewed at:https://contemporarycraft.org/exhibitions/elizabeth-r-raphael-founders-prize.MEDIA CRITERIAThe 2021 Elizabeth R. Raphael Founder's Prize competition is open to all artists working in glass. Emerging artists are especially encouraged to apply.THEMEThe prize will be awarded to a work created between August 2021 and July 2022 that addresses the theme of transformation.DEADLINEAll digital entries must be received by 5 pm Friday, October 22, 2021.For complete details and to apply, visithttps://contemporarycraft.org/exhibitions/elizabeth-r-raphael-founders-prize/. Friday, October 22, 2021, 5 pm EST Check Linkazarts

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NYC4PA Call for Entry | Portals 2021She Came in Through the Bathroom Window sang the BeatlesLookin™ Out My Backdoor sang Creedence Clearwater RevivalDoors and windows and arches and frames and tunnels are so much a part of our lives. There are so many ways to think about them. We can look at them, or through them. We can poke our hand out the window to test the weather, or just see a wonderful scene a little differently when framed by an arch or array of tree limbs in a park.For this call your images can focus on the portal itself like a closed door or a wonderful windowsill or the view through the portal to the other side. Does it frame the main subject of the photograph or does it add another dimension, such as the distortions of old glass or reflections in windowpanes.Once again, we invite you to be creative and have fun in the process.As with all calls, all 2D photographic art is accepted. December 5, 2021Check Linkazarts

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AIR/HMC | Budapest International Artists Residencies 2022HMC is now accepting submissions for the Artists-in-Residence Program and exhibition in 2022 at AIR-HMC, Budapest-Hungary. For applying, please write us for more info and application form to[email protected].Application Deadline: November 25,2021Application fee $25We are looking forward to receiving applications of artists who have interest in our program. 11.25.2021Check Linkazarts

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2022 LEAP (Lydon Emerging Artist Program) AwardThe LEAP Award was established in 2007 in honor of Contemporary Craft Director of Exhibitions Kate Lydon's 20-years of service. The program recognizes exceptional emerging talent in the contemporary craft field and provides opportunities for these early career artists to bring their artwork to the consumer market.The yearlong retail program features, markets, and sells the work of one winner, who also receives a $1000 prize, and four finalists.For full details and to apply, visithttps://contemporarycraft.org/store/leap-award/. October 30, 2021Check Linkazarts

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Hopper Prize Artist Grants | All Media EligibleThe Hopper Prize is now accepting entries for our Fall 2021 artist grants.We have increased grant awards to $3,500.We are offering 2 grants in the amount of $3,500 and 4 grants in the amount of $1,000 to artists worldwide working in all media. In total, 6 artists will receive unrestricted cash grants.Jurors” Tyler Blackwell, Associate Curator, Blaffer Art Museum” Caitlin Julia Rubin, Associate Curator & Director of Programs, Rose Art MuseumOur open call provides you with a direct path to get your work in front of these forward thinking exhibition makers. In addition to grants, 30 artists will be selected for a shortlist. Additional exposure is available via our online Journal as well as our Instagram feed @hopperprize, currently reaching an audience over 60k.Explore the past winners archive athttps://hopperprize.org/spring-2021-grant-winners-finalists/. November 16, 2021Check Linkazarts

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Siilk Gallery Athens - Open CallWe curate, interview and showcase photographers from around the world at our space in athens, greece & here, our online publication.We aim to exhibit influential and controversial emerging visual artists who belong to underground / alternative scenes from cities around the world that produce their art independently. We look for talents whose attitude and lifestyle inform their technique and work. We want our audiences to be exposed to beautiful and meaningful imagery.Our curation focusses on work which is quality, progressive and contemporary. We look for artists who are provocative, incendiary, seductive and who challenge the traditions of art. At SIILK GALLERY we promote originality, free expression and are against banality and the commercialisation of human creativity.Info about the gallery:The Gallery is an open plan 100sqm space with a small bar, library, chill area and small photography studio / projection space and an outdoor space.It is in a very central location with access from a main road, it is flooded with natural light and double glass frontage so it makes for a very bright exhibiting space.How the exhibits work:At Silk Gallery we offer 3m of wall space for a 1 month (4 week) exhibition. Your works will be curated alongside another 5/6 photographers as part of the group show " from around the world to exhibit at our space over 2 floors. Open to all mediums and styles. We will have an opening evening for each exhibition with press attendees, we will have private viewings as well as local and international coverage of each event event.All works will be available for sale in the gallery and via the website online.The exhibition program includes:4 week exhibition at Silk Gallery
Private view/press viewings and other publicity
Design and printing of invitations, mail out and social media invites
Curation & Installation of works
Photography of work / installation to be featured online and in press
Featured work & artist information on www.siilkgallery.com and social medias
Opening event with music and drinks sponsor
Pop up events throughout the month at the gallery spacePayment & Pricing:The price per 3m wall space is ‚¬300 for 4 weeks exhibition as well as having work featured in the online alongside and interview and shared on social media platforms and in local press. Shared with magazines, press and blogs as part of the press release. We take 0% commission on works sold.If you are unable to attend the opening " works can either be delivered to Kallergi 20, Athens, 104 37, Greece.We can also organize printing in house and if you are looking for external funding we are happy to send an invitation after confirmation of exhibiting to support any applications.The works will be reviewed by the gallery curator and advisor, we will try to reply to everyone who submits works.Please send us your BIO alongside 8-12 images you feel represent yourself as an artist and a little information about your self, who you are, where you come from, where you are now and what it is you are trying to capture to [email protected] more information, visit siilkgallery.comBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content

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Online Exhibit "Surrounded By Nature" Call For ArtELIGIBILITY‹Submissions are open to ALL WOMEN ARTISTS (regardless of their age, location, education, sexual orientation, race).
‹For this particular exhibit, we are looking for visual artists " photographers, painters, sculptors, fiber artists, installation artists etc. from all around the world.‹
No art education necessary.SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS‹Website and/or social media handles.
Artist bio, artist statement and explanation of your work uploaded directly to the form (under 300 words each).
Up to 7 pieces of art (min 72 DPI, max 1.5 MB, no older than 2019).
Annotated image list including information about submitted images (number, title, dimensions, media, year of completion).Submission fee:
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THE EARTH OF (3): Ruptures and ReckoningsThe Earth Of: Ruptures and Reckonings is a collective virtual space of inquiry. Through writing and discourse we investigate how to manifest and inhabit the fractures that pervade our lives, allowing for the creative space to grow organically through digressions, tangents, musings, and synchronistic linkages.What does it mean when humanity crosses a threshold of such significance it manifests as a rupture, when the world is on the cusp? The brain wants to organize, filter, and separate out. Yet, beyond the confusion perpetrated by language that fails to adequately define, are spaces. We find meaning when we implicitly inhabit these spaces”gestures that guide the cracks to spread toward shattering. These moments of rupture burst forth from gesture into reckoning, exposing us to what is real and true and essential.DirectorsThe Program will be directed by writers Ginger Teppner and Andrew Helton, two returning Visiting Artists at Arts Letters & Numbers.
Duration of Program: October 11 and runs 5 weeksApplication Deadline: October 10, 2021For more information, visit www.artslettersandnumbers.comBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content

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The World ReimaginedCalling on UK based visual artists working in the mediums of paint, photography, drawing, mosaic, sculpture and collage. We invite you to become part of a national conversation to transform understanding of the Transatlantic Slave Trade and its impacts.

The World Reimagined is a ground-breaking, mass participation art education project to transform how we understand the Transatlantic Slave Trade and its impact.

The World Reimagined will see trails of large globe sculptures in cities across the UK in the Summer of 2022, created by artists to bring to life the impact of the Transatlantic Slave Trade. The trails will be the centre of a broader education and engagement programme, with hundreds of schools, community groups, sporting and cultural institutions taking part across the country.
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The Football Art PrizeThe Football Art Prize is a new open call opportunity for artists. To coincide with 2022 World cup year Touchstones Rochdale, with generous support from Arts Council England, have created The Football Art Prize to celebrate art and football. Artists over the age of 18 working in all two dimensional mediums including photography and moving image will be eligible. The show gives artists the opportunity to showcase their work in a regional touring exhibition opening at Touchstones Rochdale in March 2022 and touring to Sheffield and Sunderland.2021-11-19 00:00:00Check Linkartoops

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RCA Conwy OpenThe Royal Cambrian Academy of Art invites submissions for its 2022 Annual Open Exhibition. Dedicated to encouraging and portraying diversity within art, both 2D and 3D work in any medium is welcome. All successful submissions will be exhibited in our beautiful gallery in Conwy, 8th January " 26th February, as well as online viewing and sales through our website.

We have again the Selector's Prize of £1000, awarded by the Academy and Friends of the Royal Cambrian Academy of Art. Our exciting People's Choice Prize remains at £100 and this year we are offering a discipline prize, the Lawrenson Sculpture Award £500. Renowned sculptor Diane Lawrenson RCA is offering the prize to support her chosen art form.

The Royal Cambrian Academy of Art welcomes all artists, professional, amateur and of course students, to submit work. We look forward to seeing your artwork and to perhaps meeting you during the exhibition.
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THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF SCULPTORS " GILBERT BAYES AWARDThe Gilbert Bayes Award for early career sculptors is given annually by the Society to a small group of outstandingly talented sculptors.

Selected by the sculptor members of the Society's Board and guest judges Johnathan Messum and Hannah Hooks, the award provides vital support during what can be a difficult transition from study to professional practice.

The award is open to sculptors of any age or nationality, with or without formal training and working in any style of media.
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THE DISCERNING EYE DRAWING BURSARYAn opportunity for five artists to have their work shown as part of the annual ING Discerning Eye Exhibition. In addition to this, one artist will receive £1,500; the remaining four will each receive £150.2021-10-05 00:00:00Check Linkartoops

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The Ingram PrizeThe Ingram Prize is an annual purchase prize open to visual artists who are within five years of graduation from a UK-based art school.

Now in its sixth year, this leading prize for contemporary artists was established by The Ingram Collection to celebrate and support artists at the beginning of their professional careers. We recognise the vital importance of practical support in these early years, and through our prize we offer opportunities to exhibit and sell work, a programme of continuing professional development, and the chance to develop both industry and peer-to-peer networks.

Eligible artists can submit up to two works in any media, with no restrictions on size. The Prize is free to enter.

Selected finalists will be invited to showcase their entries in a group selling exhibition at Unit 1 Gallery in West London, 19 " 26 November 2021. There will be an accompanying illustrated exhibition catalogue & artist private view.
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ING Discerning EyeThe ING Discerning Eye Exhibition has established an outstanding reputation among artists, collectors and enthusiasts for its unique curatorial approach. ING has proudly supported the exhibition for 20 years, which provides, a rare opportunity for works by lesser-known artists to be hung alongside contributions from internationally recognised names. The selected works will be shown in a virtual exhibition and at the Mall Galleries from Thursday 11 - Sunday 21 November 2021. Artists are invited to submit up to six works in a variety of media: painting, print, sculptures, drawing and photography are all accepted. These works must be for sale, and should not exceed 20 (50 cm) in their largest dimension.
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Bath Society of ArtistsThe Competition is open to all UK artists, over the age of 18 years old on 16th July 2021. This year's exhibition will open on Saturday 2nd October to Saturday 20th November 2021. You have until 5.00 pm on Tuesday 31st August 2021 to enter!2021-08-31 00:00:00Check Linkartoops

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Royal Society of Sculptors MembershipThe Royal Society of Sculptors was created more than 100 years ago to champion contemporary sculpture and the artists who create it.

Today we welcome everyone interested in exploring this art form and its many possibilities.
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TRINITY BUOY WHARF DRAWING PRIZEThe Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize was founded in 1994 and is celebrating the 26th consecutive annual exhibition in 2021. The exhibition and awards are open to applications by emerging, mid-career and established drawing practitioners UK-wide and internationally. Up to three drawings may be entered by each applicant for consideration by the Selection Panel.2021-06-15 00:00:00Check Linkartoops

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Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize Working Drawing AwardThe Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize Working Drawing Award aims to expand and enhance our knowledge and understanding of working drawings " drawings from which something else can or will be made. It is anticipated drawings for design, architecture, engineering, and other disciplines, as well as within art practice, will be submitted for this award and exhibition. Drawings are invited for entry that illustrate and explain an idea as part of a process towards production or construction, or that facilitate the development of an idea, or that form a drawn instruction to a maker.2021-06-15 00:00:00Check Linkartoops

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Figurative Art NowThe Federation of British Artists is the home of figurative art. In our 60th year we are bringing together the best of figurative art by staging a new vibrant, online, selling exhibition and art prize, Figurative Art Now. We want to see the broadest range of work that has any form of figuration.

At a time when representational and figurative painting is enjoying a welcome return to popularity and as society re-emerges into the light after the global pandemic, this exhibition will lift the spirits and give the public an opportunity to appreciate and buy new works in a wide range of mediums.

All works will be for sale on online to our extensive audiences of buyers of figurative art.
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Wells Art ContemporaryThe WAC Awards is an open competition for contemporary visual art that is gaining praise and respect in Britain and abroad. It was established in 2012 by a group of artists and their friends in Wells, the beautiful cathedral city in the South-West of England. But an idea that came to life around kitchen and dining tables has already established a strong presence in the London art world and is drawing artists from places as diverse as Australia, Azerbaijan, India, Italy, Korea, Japan and the United States, as well as all over Britain.2021-05-25 00:00:00Check Linkartoops

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EARTH PHOTOPhotographers, both amateur and professional, are invited to submit up to ten photographs or films to Earth Photo, an international photography competition and exhibition. Developed jointly by Forestry Commission England and the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) Earth Photo aims to stimulate conversations about our world, its inhabitants and our treatment of both.2021-05-04 00:00:00Check Linkartoops

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np.a Professional Development Programmenewplatform.art is a not-for-profit organisation supporting early career artists through paid-for display and a professional development programme. It enables businesses to create a sustainable future for the next generation of artists. The purpose of the np.a Professional Development Programme (np.aPDP) is to equip those at the early stages of their career with practical guidance and mentoring on how to make their practices sustain them financially, as well as creatively.

We engage professionals from all aspects of creative and corporate life to deliver practical guidance to early career artists, from seminars, workshops and group mentoring, to individual pairings with established artists.
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Grizedale ResidencyThis new opportunity based at Grizedale Forest is an annual intensive six week long residency that fosters experimentation and innovation in response to the natural environment. A Royal Society of Sculptors member will be paired with an early-career sculptor (2nd/ 3rd year student or post graduate from universities based in the North West) to explore how creative ideas can evolve and how new ideas and innovative thinking can cross generations of artistic practice.

The residency will run from 30 July " 11 September 2021 inclusively.
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Royal Society of Portrait PaintersThe Royal Society of Portrait Painters invites artists from all over the world to submit portraits for our Annual Exhibition. The final exhibition is selected by leading portrait painters and being selected is a mark of distinction. Selected artists will have their work exhibited in a prestigious showcase at The Mall Galleries in Central London at which a number of works will sell and a number of commissions will be placed. There is also the chance to win a number of prizes and awards totalling over £23,000.

The Society welcomes paintings, drawings and original prints from artists over 18, from the UK and beyond to be shown alongside members of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters at their Annual Exhibition.
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Royal Society of Sculptors " Gilbert Bayes AwardThe Gilbert Bayes Award for early career sculptors (previously the Bursary Awards) is given annually by the Society to a small group of outstandingly talented sculptors. Selected by the sculptor members of the Society's Board, the award provides vital support during what can be a difficult transition from study to professional practice. The award is open to sculptors of any age or nationality, with or without formal training and working in any style of media.2020-11-02 00:00:00Check Linkartoops

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The Sunday Times Watercolour CompetitionNow in its 34rd year, The Sunday Times Watercolour Competition is the largest and most prestigious prize for contemporary watercolour painting in the UK. Whether it be through abstract or figurative, contemporary or traditional, the competition aims to celebrate and redefine the beauty and diversity of watercolour and water-based media. Open to all UK-based artists, the competition offers a generous range of prizes.2020-09-24 00:00:00Check Linkartoops

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RWA Open ExhibitionThe Royal West of England Academy holds an Annual Open Exhibition, now in its 168th year. As the name suggests, anyone can enter their work for this mixed discipline show " previous years have included painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, film, sculpture and illustration, and attracted entries from artists across the UK and beyond. A selection panel assesses every entry and last year 657 works by 451 artists made it into the final exhibition. All work is for sale and the exhibition attracts art-lovers and art-buyers from far and wide.2020-09-22 00:00:00Check Linkartoops

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Wales Contemporary / Cymru GyfoesWales Contemporary / Cymru Gyfoes is an international open competition for 2D artwork in any medium excluding photography. Developed by the Waterfront Gallery in association with the Welsh Government, Wales Contemporary seeks to celebrate all aspects of the country by inviting artists to submit work that is inspired by its ancient history, its art history, its heritage, its landscape (rural, urban or political) and its contemporary culture.2020-09-01 00:00:00Check Linkartoops

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Wells Art Contemporary " Installation ProposalsThe Wells Art Contemporary Open will be held at the magnificent Wells Cathedral between July 20th and August 11th 2019. For the first time we are offering a remarkable opportunity for proposals for fine art interventions, installed in up to 8 specific sites within the Cathedral. Individual or collaborative proposals can be made.2020-08-01 00:00:00Check Linkartoops

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Lumen Art PrizeThe Lumen Prize for Art and Technology celebrates the very best art created with technology through a global competition, exhibitions and events worldwide run by Lumen Art Projects. Our annual juried competition draws entries from artists globally and has given away more than US$80,000 in prize money since its launch in 2012. Lumen Art Projects, a not-for-profit based in the UK, is dedicated to providing opportunities for artists who engage with technology globally through links with cultural venues, festivals and institutions globally.2020-06-12 00:00:00Check Linkartoops

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THE DERWENT ART PRIZEAn international Prize for works created in pencil - including water-soluble, pastel, graphite, charcoal or coloured pencils - that may be either 2D or 3D, but that do not exceed 182cm in their largest dimension.2020-02-17 00:00:00Check Linkartoops

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THE LONDON GROUP OPENA unique opportunity for visual artists to raise their profile by exhibiting alongside members of the UK's longest-running artists' co-operative.Check Linkartoops

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INTERNATIONAL PRINT BIENNALE PRINT AWARDSShowcasing the broad spectrum of contemporary printmaking across the globe, the IPB Print Awards welcome work created through both traditional and contemporary print processes, including 2D, 3D, video, installation and site-specific work.Check Linkartoops

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JERWOOD MAKERS OPENAn exceptional supported opportunity for makers and collaborators across all disciplines. Five awards, each worth £7,500, will be awarded to artists who need the opportunity, time, curatorial advice and logistical back up to develop their ideas and further their practice.Check Linkartoops

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JERWOOD OPEN FORESTA call for bold, broad-thinking proposals that explore the potential of forests as sites for art. The Commission is worth £30,000 and proposals can be for work in any discipline or medium, temporary or permanent, site-specific or for touring to more than one location.Check Linkartoops

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JERWOOD VISUAL ARTS ARTIST BURSARIESAn opportunity for visual artists who are within ten years of graduating or establishing their practice. Twelve bursaries, each worth £1,000, are available to artists seeking to experiment as well as define and determine their own developmental needs.Check Linkartoops

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SKETCHAn open sketchbook drawing prize which champions the importance and diversity of drawing by exploring the role of the sketchbook in contemporary fine art practice.Check Linkartoops

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THE LYNN PAINTER-STAINERS PRIZEThe Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize was created in 2005 by the Worshipful Company of Painter-Stainers and the Lynn Foundation to encourage the very best creative representational painting and promote the skill of draughtsmanship. With prize money of £35,000, the Prize is one of the most prestigious awards to artists throughout the UK.Check Linkartoops

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Flow PhotoPhotographers, both amateur and professional, are invited to submit up to four photographs or films for the inaugural edition of Flow Photo. The national photography competition and exhibition, developed by Future Water Association and supported by the Canal & River Trust, aims to raise awareness and encourage debate about water and waterways in all aspects as seen through the photographer and film-maker's lens.Check Linkartoops

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Women Make SculptureThe inaugural Women Make Sculpture: theCoLAB Commission will award a female sculptor £15,000 towards the research, development and making of work(s) to be exhibited at one of three possible outdoor sites on the University College London (UCL)'s Bloomsbury Campus from mid-October 2019. The brief is open as to material, narrative and theme but the work must demonstrate an interest in making and materials or be inspired by the context for the work. The award is open to professional women artists of any age working primarily in three dimensions, who are living and working in the UKCheck Linkartoops

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THERMAE BATH SPA COMMISSIONThermae Bath Spa is offering a £7,500 commission to produce 9 works which will be installed in the busy restaurant in June 2019. Thermae welcomes approximately 285,000 visitors through the building per year. Thermae are looking for work that is inspired by the natural thermal waters and promotes holistic wellbeing.Check Linkartoops

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THE WESTMORLAND LANDSCAPE PRIZEThe Westmorland Landscape Prize is a national call to artists who are inspired by our landscape. Conceived and developed by Westmorland, the Prize aims to document, celebrate and interrogate our relationship with the landscape. The selection panel will be looking for works which reach beyond the aesthetic, stimulating thinking and debate about the way in which we exist alongside, as part of, or sometimes in spite of our landscape.Check Linkartoops

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Pangaea Sculptors™ CentreHippodrome 120 Sculpture Commission
As part of the celebrations for their 120th year, Birmingham Hippodrome is working in partnership with PSC to commission a temporary, site-specific sculpture for a void space in their four-storey foyer, around which the building's primary public staircase ascends. Footfall in the foyer exceeds half a million visitors each year.
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RSS Thread ResidencyThread is a residency program and cultural center that allows local and international artists to live and work in Sinthian, a rural village in Tambacounda, the southeastern region of Senegal. It houses two artists™ dwellings, as well as ample indoor and outdoor studio space. The team behind Thread speaks to its collaborative nature. This is a project about connection and linkage. Between two distinct points, persons, places, or perspectives. To be like thread by forming connections that run through us, and not around us. Together we are using art to develop connections between rural Senegal and other parts of the globe. This residency is an opportunity for artists to focus on their own work while being artistically flexible in adapting to the unique creative environment at Thread. It is entirely possible to work alone in a studio based manner but great flexibility is needed with regard to materials. Collaborations with the local community can happen but usually evolve in an organic manner. Artists are not expected to create a certain kind of project or have a certain kind of impact.Check Linkartoops

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11th Edition of Sculpture in the CityThe call for submissions for the 11th edition of Sculpture in the City is now open for applications. This year, the Call for Submissions will comprise of five primary categories: 3D Sculpture, 2D Graphic Installation, Audio & Visual, Hanging 3D Sculpture, Light & Sound. The artwork(s) submitted must be pre-existing, suitable for exhibiting outdoors in a busy urban environment and available from May 2022 to May 2023. All artists and galleries participating receive full credit on all marketing and press material and are invited to the official Launch event and other associated events. For this 11th edition, each exhibiting artist will receive an artist's fee of £750.2021-10-27 00:00:00Check Linkartquest

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The Norfolk Way Art Trail: Public Art CommissionNorfolk County Council is looking to commission five dynamic new artworks to form the Norfolk Way Art Trail, a brand new outdoor public art trail spanning 250 miles of Norfolk, England. Design a multi-sensory, accessible public artwork that will engage local communities, reveal hidden stories and inspire visitors to explore the county between October " March. There are five locations to choose from and you can submit up to two ideas. There is a budget of between £38,000-£58,000 +VAT available to create each artwork. A separate Installation budget is available of up to £10,000 + VAT.2021-10-20 00:00:00Check Linkartquest

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Arts and Heritage Alliance Milton Keynes " 6 x Artist Commissions, Community Engagement ProgrammesThe Arts and Heritage Alliance Milton Keynes is looking for 6 artists from diverse backgrounds to work with different Milton Keynes based communities on a cultural inclusion and diversity bridging project. A major aim of this project is to build greater understanding between the MK arts and heritage sector and the diverse communities it serves. The six separate artist commissions will use identity as a way to facilitate creative processes that link communities and cultural organisations to locals in and around Milton Keynes. The Arts and Heritage Alliance Milton Keynes are looking for artists who share a similar lived experiences/heritage to the groups™ shared aspect of identity. £6,000 (inclusive of VAT) will be allocated to each commission, plus £500 for expenses. There is also a materials budget of £2,000 per commission.2021-10-15 00:00:00Check Linkartquest

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FACT " Curator in ResidenceThe FACT Curator in Residence programme invites curators based in the UK to develop a major exhibition and a public programme of events that engage with their audiences. For this opportunity, they are seeking a curator to collaborate with them on their Radical Ancestry programme, which focuses on different notions of belonging. During the residency, the curator will work closely with FACT's exhibitions, learning and marketing teams to develop their exhibition and public programme. The residency will allow for remote working but should include multiple extended stays in Liverpool during development, production, installation and the exhibition run. The curatorial approach can be from any practice or background, and should focus on imagining visionary futures that consider non-white, or global perspectives. The curator in residence will receive a fee of £7,500 plus a budget of £2,500 for travel and accommodation (including research trips).2021-10-24 00:00:00Check Linkartquest

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Arts Council England National Lottery Project GrantsNational Lottery Project Grants is an open access programme for arts, museums and libraries projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations. Until 31 August 2021, the fund will focus on the needs of smaller independent organisations and individual practitioner. National Lottery Project Grants supports a broad range of creative and cultural projects that benefit people living in England. It can support successful applications with grants from £1,000 up to £100,000. Individuals and organisations can apply, provided that they, live, or have a business address in the European Union, have a UK bank account in the exact name they™re applying in and are at least 18 years old or, for organisations, have an accountable person who is at least 18.2022-08-31 00:00:00Check Linkartquest

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Shoreditch and Hoxton Art FundHackney council have set up a £300,000 fund to commission community arts projects that bring residents, businesses, and visitors to Shoreditch and Hoxton together. It's made up of a planning levy placed on new developments in the area " called Section 106 contributions. They are aiming to fund projects in the Hoxton East and Shoreditch ward until the end of 2022, and projects must be match funded through cash or resources, based around physical or digital events or performances, and be co-created with the community2021-10-22 00:00:00Check Linkartquest

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Derwent Art PrizeThe Derwent Art Prize aims to reward excellence by showcasing the very best 2D & 3D artworks created in pencil or coloured pencil as well as water soluble, pastel, graphite and charcoal by British and International artists. Artists are invited to submit up to 6 images and from the submitted artworks, approximately eighty will be selected for exhibition. A total prize fund of £12,500 will be awarded. Prizes are as follows: First Prize £4,000 plus a year's supply of Derwent products, second Prize £2,000, Young Artist First Prize (For artists under 25 years) £4,000, Young Artist Second Prize (For artists under 25 years) £2,000, People's Choice Award £500. The entry fee is £15 for the first work and £5 for additional works (Artists under 25 years of age will pay £5 per work) Artists may only enter once, with a maximum of 6 images.2022-01-04 00:00:00Check Linkartquest

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a-n Artists Bursaries 2021: Time Space Moneya-n The Artists Information Company is offering bursaries of £500 to £1,500 to Artist and Joint (Artist and Arts Organiser) members wishing to engage in a period of self-determined professional development. As it continues to be a challenging time for artists, the bursaries are designed to support the continuation of artistic practice and to help alleviate the financial pressures that may have arisen through the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. Applications are encouraged from artists working in all visual arts disciplines that reflect innovative and ambitious thinking, and those that demonstrate pivotal ideas during a critical time. a-n Artist Bursaries are open to practising visual artists at any stage of their career, based in the UK with a UK bank account. We encourage applications from artists working in all visual arts disciplines.2021-10-14 00:00:00Check Linkartquest

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ARTCRYARTCRY is a new fund supporting urgent artistic responses to current social and political events. The fund aims to encourage artists to create bold political work with funding in seven days to enable fast action. ARTCRY are seeking applications that open up or provokes dialogue and doesn™t close it down, can startle people with a new perspective, asks audiences to think more deeply, strives to make an impact, respects difference and can be presented in the public realm, with a spirit of openness and accessibility at its core. Applications can be from any artform and from artists at any stage in their career. Grants of up to £2,500 are available.2021-12-31 00:00:00Check Linkartquest

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Artquest Outpost OnlineArtquest staff and artist freelance specialists are now conducting one-to-one sessions to answer your questions and give feedback on your work. This is your opportunity to get practical advice on your career, discuss the logistics of operating as an artist, and find out more about other services and organisations that can help you navigate the art world in these unprecedented times.Each month we will release twenty-eight sessions with four advisors: three of our regularly occurring advisors and one more specialist guest advisor " on a specific medium, career stage or wider issue facing artists. When booking you can select which advisor you would like to meet based on their areas of expertise. The sessions are booked on a first come, first served basis. Each session lasts 45 minutes and is conducted on either Skype or Zoom, as preferred.2021-12-31 00:00:00Check Linkartquest

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Akademie Schloss Solitude " Solitude Fellowship 2022/202Applications are open for Akademie Schloss Solitude international and transdisciplinary artist-in-residence-program. Approximately 65 residency fellowships of six to twelve months will be offered. Akademie Schloss Solitude's unique model affords artists and scientists valuable freedom to develop their work and perform research in both a physical and digital context. Akademie Schloss Solitude's wide-ranging fellowship program promotes the interrelationship of art and science across all disciplines and fields of practice. Applicants should not be older than 40 and/or a student enrolled in degree programs, PhD students are welcome to apply. Applications of artist groups are possible. The fellowship includes a free, furnished living/working studio, Aa monthly fellowship grant of EUR 1,200 and travel expenses for arrival and departure .2021-11-30 00:00:00Check Linkartquest

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Muir Trust Residency 2022Applications are now open for the Muir Trust Residency 2022. The Muir Trust is looking for an established mid-career, UK-based artist-printmaker to respond to the theme of Printing the Museum through their choice of print media. The artist will create new artworks inspired by the museum and its collections. The residency will be based in Aylesbury for 20 days during April / May 2022. The selected artist will have a dedicated studio-space in the museum and the residency will include open studio sessions, an adult workshop, 6th form art student session and a public talk. An award of £3,000 will be paid, plus an allowance for subsistence/travel expenses.2021-11-30 00:00:00Check Linkartquest

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Black Artists GrantThe Black Artists Grant is £1,500 given out monthly to black artists in the UK, with each artist selected receiving £500 each.The BAG is no-strings attached financial support to help the selected artists in whatever they want " be that make new work, buy equipment or materials, travel, research, visit exhibitions or conferences, or to even just cover some life expenses. This is specifically for Black artists; not politically black, not POC or BAME. Recipients will be chosen monthly, and every few months this selector will change. They will do research to find artists who could benefit from the money, but if you would like to flag your work to them and put yourself forward. There is no deadline as this is a monthly rolling grant, no age limit, and the grant does not expect any outcomes or reporting.2021-11-30 00:00:00Check Linkartquest

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The Hopper PrizeThe Hopper Prize is now accepting entries for their Fall 2021 artist grants. They have increased grant awards to $3,500. The prize offers 2 grants in the amount of $3,500 and 4 grants in the amount of $1,000 to artists worldwide working in all media. In total, 6 artists will receive unrestricted cash grants. There is a $40 submission fee due with your application.2021-11-16 00:00:00Check Linkartquest

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YICCA 21/22 " International Contest of Contemporary ArtYICCA is an international call for artists, open to professionals from any country in the world. All contemporary artworks are accepted including: drawings, paintings, sculptures, photographs, graphics, mix media, video, installations and performances. The competition's aim is to promote the enrolled artist, giving them chance to join the international market of contemporary art. From the 18 artists that will participate in the final exhibition two selected winners will win cash prizes (1st Place ‚¬3000 and 2nd Place ‚¬1000). The subscription fees depend on the number of submitted works: 1 ‚¬45, 2 ‚¬75, 3 ‚¬105, 4 ‚¬125, 5 ‚¬140, 6 ‚¬150.2021-11-10 00:00:00Check Linkartquest

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Spike Island- Engagement Fellowship for ArtistsSpike Island and Creative Youth Network are pleased to invite applications from UK-based artists for a new Engagement Fellowship for Artists. This opportunity is part of the West of England Visual Arts Alliance, supported by Arts Council England. The successful applicant will receive a£5,000 fee to mentor and develop a new Engagement commission with alumni from Creative Youth Network's Creative Futures programme. An additional £10,000 production budget for the Engagement commission, including travel to and accommodation in Bristol and a studio space at Spike Island for 12-months, support and mentorship from Spike Island's Programme team. The Fellowship is for UK-based artists of all ages and backgrounds with experience in developing Engagement projects with young people. Applicants must not be currently undertaking an undergraduate course.2021-10-31 00:00:00Check Linkartquest

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Call for Submissions | textur - issue 4textur magazine's 4th issue on the topic of bureaucracy will be published online and in risoprint in December 2021.
For our fourth issue, we™re diving into bureaucracy " both in the art context and beyond. That means we™re interested in exploring all aspects of organized administration and the various systems they inform, uphold and exist within. In the issue, we™ll look at topics such as bureaucracy as ritual; the materiality, architecture, anthropology, or labor of bureaucracy; what bureaucracy means within art institutions, within archival processes, or for achieving a certain status or level of security, and more.
Whether you™re interested in investigating its banality, its intricacies, its waste, its structural violences, or its potentials, its aesthetics, etc. get in touch with your proposals. Share your personal experiences with the KSK (health insurance for artists in Germany), funding applications, the unemployment office, or institutions. Send us your stories, fictional and otherwise, your essays, theoretical approaches, analyses, poems, ideas, art writing...
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Founded in 2018, textur is an independent print and online mag, or zine, for art writing. It has been featured in book fairs including Indiecon in Hamburg and Printing Plant in Amsterdam, and has been sold at Positions Berlin Art Fair, as well. Previous issues are stocked in bookshops in Berlin, including Do You Read Me?!, Pro qm and Zabriskie. 
 
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SCULPTURE IN THE CITY - 11th Edition: Hanging 3D Sculpture CategorySculpture in the City is an award-winning urban sculpture park which launches every year in June. A cultural initiative delivered by the City of London in partnership with 11 local businesses, it is sited in the EC3 (insurance district) area of the City, around the iconic towers of the Gherkin, the Leadenhall Building (The Cheesegrater), Lloyd's building, 22 Bishopsgate as well as inside Leadenhall Market. The 11th edition of Sculpture in the City offers a very unique opportunity for sculptors, artists, designers and illustrators to not only submit across any one of the five primary categories which are: 3D Sculpture, 2D Graphic Installation, Audio & Visual, Hanging 3D Sculpture and Light & Sound.

The call for submissions for the 11th edition of Sculpture in the City is now open for preexisting works that can be exhibited outdoors from May 2022 to May 2022. This is the page dedicated to submitting to the Hanging 3D Sculpture Category. The deadline for applications is Wednesday 27th October 2021.
Sculpture in the City has delivered 130 artworks over 10 editions successfully amplifying the urban context the show is delivered in; responding to and breathing life into the unique relationship between the historical City landscape and it's iconic contemporary architecture.
In response to the success of the landmark 10th edition of the Sculpture in the City, we are keen to expand on the engagement with the unique landscape and structures that the City has at its disposal. We are very keen to look at broadening not only the scope of participation, but also the breadth of our reach to allow for a more inclusive and varied approach to representing contemporary public art within this context.
We are launching the open call for submission for the 11th edition of Sculpture in the City on the 27th September 2021 and are delighted to announce the expansion of the submission criteria.
This is the submission page for the Hanging 3D Sculpture Category and only works that fulfill this criteria will be considered. If you are unsure, we encourage you to look at the submission criteria further down to see all categories listed.
Examples for reference for the Hanging 3D Sculpture Category include:
Tatiana Wolska,

Untitled
- Leadenhall Market
Guillaume Vandame
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Symbols

- Leadenhall Market
Cerith Wyn Evans
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Time Here Becomes Space, Space Here Becomes Time
- Leadenhall Market
The successful submissions will be on view for a year within one of London's most iconic architecture areas. The artworks selected for installation are sited in dialogue with both the architecture and the artist.
In addition, Lacuna will organise a webinar for artists unable to join the ˜in real life™ tours to join online where they will have the opportunity to ask questions. The webinar will be recorded and shared online for anyone who is unable to attend. 
Tour 1 will take place on Friday 1st October 2021 at 3pm
Webinar will take place on Monday 18th October at 2pm
Tour 2 will also take place on Monday 18th October at 4pm
To register your interest, please email: [email protected]
Background:
None of the works in Sculpture in the City are here to stay, none are iconic statements; the pleasure is rather the unexpected interactions between works, places, people. [...] It is wholly different from the experience of rural sculpture parks, where monumental pieces stand proud and bold against open skies, yet nature always wins and remains the chief attraction. Here in the beleaguered post-pandemic city, sculpture transforms, cheers and heals.
Jackie Wullschläger - The Financial Times
The aim of the project is to use the Square Mile as a contemporary urban gallery space and to showcase cutting edge art in an area represented by the iconic contemporary towers as well as the layers of history nestled amongst these tall buildings.
The need for partnership between culture and commerce has never been greater with the City of London spearheading various projects to ensure the Lord Mayor's vision to promote London's creative energy and competitive strengths. Sculpture in the City is firmly established as a flagship cultural project and is deeply embedded within the ongoing cross-sector programme to deliver and champion projects/ activations that unite business and the creative industries in London.
Sculpture in the City is the City of London's annual programme which sees public artworks placed amidst the iconic architecture of the City Cluster. The latest outdoor exhibition, forming part of tenth anniversary edition is celebrated with works from 18 contemporary artists; including works by artists Laure Prouvost, Alice Channer, Eva Rothschild, Mark Handforth, Laura Arminda Kingsley, and Rosanne Robertson, among others, on display around the City's famous buildings and public spaces. Spanning St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate to Fenchurch Street Station Plaza, Leadenhall Market to Mitre Square, this year's edition will bring contemporary public artworks to the historic and modern spaces of the City.
The current exhibition has achieved extensive press coverage,
https://www.sculptureinthecity.org.uk/press/
with a successful campaign led by Brunswick Arts, including The Financial Times, The Telegraph, Time Out London, The Londonist, City Matters, City AM, Something Curated and London Live.
A dedicated website sculptureinthecity.org.uk was launched in June 2018 featuring images and information about all the artworks to date as well as a downloadable map of the current edition.
Once a year, the City of London, that enclave of suits, power lunches and Peloton subscriptions plays host to some very non-smashing-Q3-type artworks. ˜Sculpture in the City™ invites artists to create striking public pieces that " crucially " sit outside the security-guard-defended lobbies of the venture capitalists. It's a great chance to wander around the Square Mile and see it in a different light. Or just see it, full stop. 
Chris Waywell - TimeOut London
Entry Requirements:
The artwork(s) submitted need to be suitable for exhibiting outdoors in a busy urban environment and available from May 2022 to May 2023. Only fully completed submissions, relevant to the specified CATEGORY will be accepted.
The 11th edition of Sculpture in the City offers a very unique opportunity for sculptors, artists, designers and illustrators to not only submit across any one of the five primary categories which are:
3D Sculpture
2D Graphic Installation
Audio & Visual
Hanging 3D Sculpture
Light & Sound
We will only accept a maximum of three applications per artist, per category. Anything exceeding this will be automatically disqualified.
Historically:
The artworks exhibited have in the past primarily been 3D and have shown works in a broad variety of materials from marble, stone and metal to neon and light pieces as well as mixed media that may include fabric, ceramic and other contemporary materials. The works may be free-standing or may be shown suspended; for example, hung in Leadenhall Marketor in a tree, or fixed to a wall. This could be time-based art such as sound, film, digital or other media work. We have shown sound work in previous editions as well as film work, which in the current edition is shown on the largest ceiling-mounted LED screen in Europe at ca. 180 sq feet at 10 Fenchurch Avenue as well as a bespoke printed vinyl piece under the escalators of the Leadenhall Building, with both locations currently on view, as part of the 10th edition of Sculpture in the City.
We are also committed to including performance-related artworks. For the past three years, Sculpture in the City has been the associate programme partner to Whitechapel Gallery's Nocturnal Creatures, a contemporary arts festival that brings together artist performances, music, films, talks and culinary experiences in the heart of the East End, especially the area between the Whitechapel Gallery, Leadenhall Market and Liverpool Street. As part of the 2021 programme, Sculpture in the City commissioned Stone (Butch) Undercurrents (2021) by Rosanne Roberston and ˜Shells & Time™ by Isabella Martin as part of Whitechapel Gallery's Nocturnal Creatures.
The exhibition does not have a specific set theme and artworks are selected based on their own merit and their suitability (in terms of material, scale and style) to the urban context.
The
Arts Advisory Group
is sensitive to the current cultural concerns as well as the wider social and political context in which the exhibition is shown. There is a desire from the Arts Advisory Group to address issues including gender and equality issues, freedom, democracy and representation, belonging and climate concerns.
The project is sited in the public realm and seen by close to 500,000 visitors every year.
There are many potential sites in the area of varying size and conditions. The scale of the surrounding tall buildings calls for large scale works which have been shown very successfully to date. The prevalence of shiny monochrome buildings provide an ideal context for bold colour work. In addition, there are sites, such as the churchyards, which make ideal sites for smaller works. Over the years we have also hung works in Leadenhall Market, in trees, in alleyways, across lampposts, on the Lloyd's building and on the The Leadenhall Building (Cheesegrater). The scope of the project, and the urban context, allows for sculpture to be showcased in the most contemporary fashion.
Weight and installation ease are often a defining factor as not many of the spaces have a large weight loading capacity and, in some cases, sites identified prove inaccessible.
Artists shown to date include:
1st Edition (2011-2012):
Anish Kapoor, Julian Opie, Franz West, Kenneth Armitage
2nd Edition (2012-2013):
Tracey Emin, Angus Fairhurst, Thomas Houseago, Michael Craig-Martin, Yayoi Kusama, Dan Graham
3rd Edition (2013-2014):
Ryan Gander, Chapman Brothers, Robert Indiana, Antony Gormley, Keith Coventry, Petroc Sesti, Jim Lambie, Richard Wentworth, Shirazeh Housiary
4th Edition (2014-2015):
Cerith Wyn-Evans, Jim Lambie, Richard Wentworth, Nigel Hall, Peter Randall-Page, Joao Onofre, Lynn Chadwick, Ben Long, Julian Wild, Paul Hosking
5th Edition (2015-2016):
Kris Martin, Laura Ford, Adam Chodzko, Folkert de Jong, Xavier Vielhan, Sigalit Landau, Ekkehard Altenburger, Tomoaki Suzuki, Keita Miyazaki, Ai Weiwei, Damien Hirst, Bruce Beasley, Shan Hur
6th Edition (2016-2017):
Anthony Caro, Gavin Turk, William Kentridge & Gerhard Marx, Lizi Sanchez, Ugo Rondinone, Recycle Group, Jurgen Partenheimer, Huma Bhabha, Petroc Sesti, Michael Lyons, Benedetto Pietromarchi, Enrico David, Jaume Plensa, Mat Collishaw, Sarah Lucas and Giuseppe Penone.
7th Edition (2017-2018):
Daniel Buren, Fernando Casasempere, Martin Creed, Ryan Gander, Damien Hirst, Kevin Killen, Paul McCarthy, Nathaniel Rackowe, Peter Randall-Page RA, Recycle Group, Bosco Sodi, Karen Tang, Gavin Turk, Mhairi Vari, Mark Wallinger and Gary Webb.
8th Edition (2018-2019):
Marina Abramović, David Annesley, Shaun C Badham, Miroslaw Balka, Jyll Bradley, Tracey Emin CBE RA, Clare Jarrett, Juliana Cerqueira Leite, Gabriel Lester, Sarah Lucas, Amanda Lwin, Jean-Luc Moulène, Michail Pirgelis, Thomas J Price, Richard Rome, Nancy Rubins, Sean Scully RA, Do Ho Suh and Karen Tang.
9th Edition (2019-2020):
Salvatore Arancio, Reza Aramesh, Elisa Artesero, Shaun C Badham, Jyll Bradley, Nathan Coley, Marisa Ferreira, Leo Fitzmaurice, Kevin Francis Gray, Clare Jarrett, Juliana Cerqueira Leite, Michael Lyons, Nancy Rubins, Nina Saunders, Jennifer Steinkamp, Do Ho Suh, Jonathan Trayte (Autumn 2019), Patrick Tuttofuoco and Lawrence Weiner.
10th Edition (2021-2021):
Alice Channer, Almuth Tebbenhoff, Bram Ellens, Elisa Artesero, Eva Rothschild, Guillaume Vandame, Isabella Martin, Jake Elwes, Jun T. Lai, Laura Arminda Kingsley, Laure Prouvost, Mark Handforth, Mike Ballard, Oliver Bragg, Regitze Engelsborg Karlsen, Rosanne Robertson, Ruth Ewan, and Tatiana Wolska.
Selection Process:
Works submitted are shortlisted for consideration by the Arts Advisory Group: Jane Alison, Head of Visual Arts, Barbican Art Centre; Iwona Blazwick OBE, Director, Whitechapel Gallery; Whitney Hintz, Hiscox Curator; and Andrea Schlieker, Tate Britain. In 2020 we also welcomed guest artist Thomas J Price, who exhibited in Sculpture in the City in 2018; and Sepake Angiama, Artistic Director, Iniva.
Following shortlisting by the Arts Advisory Group each artist and/or gallerist is invited for a site visit to identify which site(s) in the area are most suitable for showcasing the selected work.
When all shortlisted artwork sites have been identified the project team liaises with the landowners to obtain their approval for particular artworks to be shown on their land. The project team also takes care of health and safety, planning, engineering and installation requirements, and any other legal requirements the project needs to comply with.
We aim to confirm the final installation list in March 2022 and will be installing works in May and June 2022, with the official project launching on June 2022 - TBC
Conditions of Participation:
The works are on loan for 12 months (May 2022-May 2023). The artworks must be suitable for outdoor display in the public realm for the entire period of display. The selected works will be subject to a loan agreement with the City of London Corporation.
Sculpture in the City covers shipping within the UK, installation, insurance and maintenance costs. Please note shipping from outside the UK will be considered but not guaranteed.
Sculpture in the City works exclusively with Mtec who ship and install all the artworks.
All artists and galleries participating receive full credit on all marketing and press material and are invited to the official Launch event and other associated events. For this 11th edition, each exhibiting artist will receive an artist's fee of £750.
How to Submit Work for Consideration:
Submissions need to be made via curatorspace.com. If you have any questions, you can contact Arts Producer, Halime Özdemir at [email protected]
We encourage artists considering submitting work to visit the current exhibition to experience the project's dynamic urban context, as well as looking at past editions on the website. There are short film reviews of earlier editions available via the Sculpture in the City website. 
 
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SCULPTURE IN THE CITY - 11th Edition: 2D Graphic Installation CategorySculpture in the City is an award-winning urban sculpture park which launches every year in June. A cultural initiative delivered by the City of London in partnership with 11 local businesses, it is sited in the EC3 (insurance district) area of the City, around the iconic towers of the Gherkin, the Leadenhall Building (The Cheesegrater), Lloyd's building, 22 Bishopsgate as well as inside Leadenhall Market. The 11th edition of Sculpture in the City offers a very unique opportunity for sculptors, artists, designers and illustrators to not only submit across any one of the five primary categories which are: 3D Sculpture, 2D Graphic Installation, Audio & Visual, Hanging 3D Sculpture and Light & Sound.

The call for submissions for the 11th edition of Sculpture in the City is now open for preexisting works that can be exhibited outdoors from May 2022 to May 2022. This is the page dedicated to submitting to the 2D Graphic Installation Category. The deadline for applications is Wednesday 27th October 2021.
Sculpture in the City has delivered 130 artworks over 10 editions successfully amplifying the urban context the show is delivered in; responding to and breathing life into the unique relationship between the historical City landscape and it's iconic contemporary architecture.
In response to the success of the landmark 10th edition of the Sculpture in the City, we are keen to expand on the engagement with the unique landscape and structures that the City has at its disposal. We are very keen to look at broadening not only the scope of participation, but also the breadth of our reach to allow for a more inclusive and varied approach to representing contemporary public art within this context.
We are launching the open call for submission for the 11th edition of Sculpture in the City on the 27th September 2021 and are delighted to announce the expansion of the submission criteria.
This is the submission page for the 2D Graphic Installation Category and only works that fulfill this criteria will be considered. If you are unsure, we encourage you to look at the submission criteria further down to see all categories listed.
Examples for reference for the 2D Graphic Installation Category include:
Laura Arminda Kingsley,

Murmurs of the Deep

- The Leadenhall Building Escalators (Cheesegrater)
Isabella Martin
,
Keeping Time

- 99 Bishopsgate, Podium Level
Laurence Weirner,

Within a Realm of Relative Form
-
The Leadenhall Building Window (Cheesegrater)
The successful submissions will be on view for a year within one of London's most iconic architecture areas. The artworks selected for installation are sited in dialogue with both the architecture and the artist.
In addition, Lacuna will organise a webinar for artists unable to join the 'in real life' tours to join online where they will have the opportunity  to ask questions. The webinar will be recorded and shared online for anyone who is unable to attend. 
Tour 1 will take place on Friday 1st October 2021 at 3pm
Webinar will take place on Monday 18th October at 2pm
Tour 2 will also take place on Monday 18th October at 4pm
To register your interest, please email: [email protected]
Background:
None of the works in Sculpture in the City are here to stay, none are iconic statements; the pleasure is rather the unexpected interactions between works, places, people. [...] It is wholly different from the experience of rural sculpture parks, where monumental pieces stand proud and bold against open skies, yet nature always wins and remains the chief attraction. Here in the beleaguered post-pandemic city, sculpture transforms, cheers and heals.
Jackie Wullschläger - The Financial Times
The aim of the project is to use the Square Mile as a contemporary urban gallery space and to showcase cutting edge art in an area represented by the iconic contemporary towers as well as the layers of history nestled amongst these tall buildings.
The need for partnership between culture and commerce has never been greater with the City of London spearheading various projects to ensure the Lord Mayor's vision to promote London's creative energy and competitive strengths. Sculpture in the City is firmly established as a flagship cultural project and is deeply embedded within the ongoing cross-sector programme to deliver and champion projects/ activations that unite business and the creative industries in London.
Sculpture in the City is the City of London's annual programme which sees public artworks placed amidst the iconic architecture of the City Cluster. The latest outdoor exhibition, forming part of tenth anniversary edition is celebrated with works from 18 contemporary artists; including works by artists Laure Prouvost, Alice Channer, Eva Rothschild, Mark Handforth, Laura Arminda Kingsley, and Rosanne Robertson, among others, on display around the City's famous buildings and public spaces. Spanning St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate to Fenchurch Street Station Plaza, Leadenhall Market to Mitre Square, this year's edition will bring contemporary public artworks to the historic and modern spaces of the City.
The current exhibition has achieved extensive press coverage,
https://www.sculptureinthecity.org.uk/press/
with a successful campaign led by Brunswick Arts, including The Financial Times, The Telegraph, Time Out London, The Londonist, City Matters, City AM, Something Curated and London Live.
A dedicated website sculptureinthecity.org.uk was launched in June 2018 featuring images and information about all the artworks to date as well as a downloadable map of the current edition.
Once a year, the City of London, that enclave of suits, power lunches and Peloton subscriptions plays host to some very non-smashing-Q3-type artworks. ˜Sculpture in the City™ invites artists to create striking public pieces that " crucially " sit outside the security-guard-defended lobbies of the venture capitalists. It's a great chance to wander around the Square Mile and see it in a different light. Or just see it, full stop.
Chris Waywell - TimeOut London
Entry Requirements:
The artwork(s) submitted need to be suitable for exhibiting outdoors in a busy urban environment and available from May 2022 to May 2023. Only fully completed submissions, relevant to the specified CATEGORY will be accepted.
The 11th edition of Sculpture in the City offers a very unique opportunity for sculptors, artists, designers and illustrators to not only submit across any one of the five primary categories which are:
3D Sculpture
2D Graphic Installation
Audio & Visual
Hanging 3D Sculpture
Light & Sound
We will only accept a maximum of three applications per artist, per category. Anything exceeding this will be automatically disqualified.
Historically:
The artworks exhibited have in the past primarily been 3D and have shown works in a broad variety of materials from marble, stone and metal to neon and light pieces as well as mixed media that may include fabric, ceramic and other contemporary materials. The works may be free-standing or may be shown suspended; for example, hung in Leadenhall Marketor in a tree, or fixed to a wall. This could be time-based art such as sound, film, digital or other media work. We have shown sound work in previous editions as well as film work, which in the current edition is shown on the largest ceiling-mounted LED screen in Europe at ca. 180 sq feet at 10 Fenchurch Avenue as well as a bespoke printed vinyl piece under the escalators of the Leadenhall Building, with both locations currently on view, as part of the 10th edition of Sculpture in the City.
We are also committed to including performance-related artworks. For the past three years, Sculpture in the City has been the associate programme partner to Whitechapel Gallery's Nocturnal Creatures, a contemporary arts festival that brings together artist performances, music, films, talks and culinary experiences in the heart of the East End, especially the area between the Whitechapel Gallery, Leadenhall Market and Liverpool Street. As part of the 2021 programme, Sculpture in the City commissioned Stone (Butch) Undercurrents (2021) by Rosanne Roberston and ˜Shells & Time™ by Isabella Martin as part of Whitechapel Gallery's Nocturnal Creatures.
The exhibition does not have a specific set theme and artworks are selected based on their own merit and their suitability (in terms of material, scale and style) to the urban context.
The
Arts Advisory Group
is sensitive to the current cultural concerns as well as the wider social and political context in which the exhibition is shown. There is a desire from the Arts Advisory Group to address issues including gender and equality issues, freedom, democracy and representation, belonging and climate concerns.
The project is sited in the public realm and seen by close to 500,000 visitors every year.
There are many potential sites in the area of varying size and conditions. The scale of the surrounding tall buildings calls for large scale works which have been shown very successfully to date. The prevalence of shiny monochrome buildings provide an ideal context for bold colour work. In addition, there are sites, such as the churchyards, which make ideal sites for smaller works. Over the years we have also hung works in Leadenhall Market, in trees, in alleyways, across lampposts, on the Lloyd's building and on the The Leadenhall Building (Cheesegrater). The scope of the project, and the urban context, allows for sculpture to be showcased in the most contemporary fashion.
Weight and installation ease are often a defining factor as not many of the spaces have a large weight loading capacity and, in some cases, sites identified prove inaccessible.
Artists shown to date include:
1st Edition (2011-2012):
Anish Kapoor, Julian Opie, Franz West, Kenneth Armitage
2nd Edition (2012-2013):
Tracey Emin, Angus Fairhurst, Thomas Houseago, Michael Craig-Martin, Yayoi Kusama, Dan Graham
3rd Edition (2013-2014):
Ryan Gander, Chapman Brothers, Robert Indiana, Antony Gormley, Keith Coventry, Petroc Sesti, Jim Lambie, Richard Wentworth, Shirazeh Housiary
4th Edition (2014-2015):
Cerith Wyn-Evans, Jim Lambie, Richard Wentworth, Nigel Hall, Peter Randall-Page, Joao Onofre, Lynn Chadwick, Ben Long, Julian Wild, Paul Hosking
5th Edition (2015-2016):
Kris Martin, Laura Ford, Adam Chodzko, Folkert de Jong, Xavier Vielhan, Sigalit Landau, Ekkehard Altenburger, Tomoaki Suzuki, Keita Miyazaki, Ai Weiwei, Damien Hirst, Bruce Beasley, Shan Hur
6th Edition (2016-2017):
Anthony Caro, Gavin Turk, William Kentridge & Gerhard Marx, Lizi Sanchez, Ugo Rondinone, Recycle Group, Jurgen Partenheimer, Huma Bhabha, Petroc Sesti, Michael Lyons, Benedetto Pietromarchi, Enrico David, Jaume Plensa, Mat Collishaw, Sarah Lucas and Giuseppe Penone.
7th Edition (2017-2018):
Daniel Buren, Fernando Casasempere, Martin Creed, Ryan Gander, Damien Hirst, Kevin Killen, Paul McCarthy, Nathaniel Rackowe, Peter Randall-Page RA, Recycle Group, Bosco Sodi, Karen Tang, Gavin Turk, Mhairi Vari, Mark Wallinger and Gary Webb.
8th Edition (2018-2019):
Marina Abramović, David Annesley, Shaun C Badham, Miroslaw Balka, Jyll Bradley, Tracey Emin CBE RA, Clare Jarrett, Juliana Cerqueira Leite, Gabriel Lester, Sarah Lucas, Amanda Lwin, Jean-Luc Moulène, Michail Pirgelis, Thomas J Price, Richard Rome, Nancy Rubins, Sean Scully RA, Do Ho Suh and Karen Tang.
9th Edition (2019-2020):
Salvatore Arancio, Reza Aramesh, Elisa Artesero, Shaun C Badham, Jyll Bradley, Nathan Coley, Marisa Ferreira, Leo Fitzmaurice, Kevin Francis Gray, Clare Jarrett, Juliana Cerqueira Leite, Michael Lyons, Nancy Rubins, Nina Saunders, Jennifer Steinkamp, Do Ho Suh, Jonathan Trayte (Autumn 2019), Patrick Tuttofuoco and Lawrence Weiner.
10th Edition (2021-2021):
Alice Channer, Almuth Tebbenhoff, Bram Ellens, Elisa Artesero, Eva Rothschild, Guillaume Vandame, Isabella Martin, Jake Elwes, Jun T. Lai, Laura Arminda Kingsley, Laure Prouvost, Mark Handforth, Mike Ballard, Oliver Bragg, Regitze Engelsborg Karlsen, Rosanne Robertson, Ruth Ewan, and Tatiana Wolska.
Selection Process:
Works submitted are shortlisted for consideration by the Arts Advisory Group: Jane Alison, Head of Visual Arts, Barbican Art Centre; Iwona Blazwick OBE, Director, Whitechapel Gallery; Whitney Hintz, Hiscox Curator; and Andrea Schlieker, Tate Britain. In 2020 we also welcomed guest artist Thomas J Price, who exhibited in Sculpture in the City in 2018; and Sepake Angiama, Artistic Director, Iniva.
Following shortlisting by the Arts Advisory Group each artist and/or gallerist is invited for a site visit to identify which site(s) in the area are most suitable for showcasing the selected work.
When all shortlisted artwork sites have been identified the project team liaises with the landowners to obtain their approval for particular artworks to be shown on their land. The project team also takes care of health and safety, planning, engineering and installation requirements, and any other legal requirements the project needs to comply with.
We aim to confirm the final installation list in March 2022 and will be installing works in May and June 2022, with the official project launching on June 2022 - TBC
Conditions of Participation:
The works are on loan for 12 months (May 2022-May 2023). The artworks must be suitable for outdoor display in the public realm for the entire period of display. The selected works will be subject to a loan agreement with the City of London Corporation.
Sculpture in the City covers shipping within the UK, installation, insurance and maintenance costs. Please note shipping from outside the UK will be considered but not guaranteed.
Sculpture in the City works exclusively with Mtec who ship and install all the artworks.
All artists and galleries participating receive full credit on all marketing and press material and are invited to the official Launch event and other associated events. For this 11th edition, each exhibiting artist will receive an artist's fee of £750.
How to Submit Work for Consideration:
Submissions need to be made via curatorspace.com. If you have any questions, you can contact Arts Producer, Halime Özdemir at [email protected]
We encourage artists considering submitting work to visit the current exhibition to experience the project's dynamic urban context, as well as looking at past editions on the website. There are short film reviews of earlier editions available via the Sculpture in the City website. 
 
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SCULPTURE IN THE CITY - 11th Edition: Light & Sound CategorySculpture in the City is an award-winning urban sculpture park which launches every year in June. A cultural initiative delivered by the City of London in partnership with 11 local businesses, it is sited in the EC3 (insurance district) area of the City, around the iconic towers of the Gherkin, the Leadenhall Building (The Cheesegrater), Lloyd's building, 22 Bishopsgate as well as inside Leadenhall Market. The 11th edition of Sculpture in the City offers a very unique opportunity for sculptors, artists, designers and illustrators to not only submit across any one of the five primary categories which are: 3D Sculpture, 2D Graphic Installation, Audio & Visual, Hanging 3D Sculpture and Light & Sound.

The call for submissions for the 11th edition of Sculpture in the City is now open for preexisting works that can be exhibited outdoors from May 2022 to May 2022. This is the page dedicated to submitting to the Light & Sound Category. The deadline for applications is Wednesday 27th October 2021.
Sculpture in the City has delivered 130 artworks over 10 editions successfully amplifying the urban context the show is delivered in; responding to and breathing life into the unique relationship between the historical City landscape and it's iconic contemporary architecture.
In response to the success of the landmark 10th edition of the Sculpture in the City, we are keen to expand on the engagement with the unique landscape and structures that the City has at its disposal. We are very keen to look at broadening not only the scope of participation, but also the breadth of our reach to allow for a more inclusive and varied approach to representing contemporary public art within this context.
We are launching the open call for submission for the 11th edition of Sculpture in the City on the 27th September 2021 and are delighted to announce the expansion of the submission criteria.
This is the submission page for the Light & Sound Category and only works that fulfill this criteria will be considered. If you are unsure, we encourage you to look at the submission criteria further down to see all categories listed.
Examples for reference for the Light & Sound Category include:
Nathaniel Rackowe
,
Black Shed Expanded
- Bury Court
Marina Abramović

Tree
- 99 Bishopsgate
Keita Miyazaki,

Organisms of Control #8

- Bury Court, 
Nathan Coley
,
The Same for Everyone
- Cunard Place
Kevin Killen
,
Tipping Point

- The Leadenhall Building (The Cheesegrater)
The successful submissions will be on view for a year within one of London's most iconic architecture areas. The artworks selected for installation are sited in dialogue with both the architecture and the artist.
In addition, Lacuna will organise a webinar for artists unable to join the ˜in real life™ tours to join online where they will have the opportunity to ask questions. The webinar will be recorded and shared online for anyone who is unable to attend. 
Tour 1 will take place on Friday 1st October 2021 at 3pm
Webinar will take place on Monday 18th October at 2pm
Tour 2 will also take place on Monday 18th October at 4pm
To register your interest, please email: [email protected]
Background:
None of the works in Sculpture in the City are here to stay, none are iconic statements; the pleasure is rather the unexpected interactions between works, places, people. [...] It is wholly different from the experience of rural sculpture parks, where monumental pieces stand proud and bold against open skies, yet nature always wins and remains the chief attraction. Here in the beleaguered post-pandemic city, sculpture transforms, cheers and heals.
Jackie Wullschläger - The Financial Times
The aim of the project is to use the Square Mile as a contemporary urban gallery space and to showcase cutting edge art in an area represented by the iconic contemporary towers as well as the layers of history nestled amongst these tall buildings.
The need for partnership between culture and commerce has never been greater with the City of London spearheading various projects to ensure the Lord Mayor's vision to promote London's creative energy and competitive strengths. Sculpture in the City is firmly established as a flagship cultural project and is deeply embedded within the ongoing cross-sector programme to deliver and champion projects/ activations that unite business and the creative industries in London.
Sculpture in the City is the City of London's annual programme which sees public artworks placed amidst the iconic architecture of the City Cluster. The latest outdoor exhibition, forming part of tenth anniversary edition is celebrated with works from 18 contemporary artists; including works by artists Laure Prouvost, Alice Channer, Eva Rothschild, Mark Handforth, Laura Arminda Kingsley, and Rosanne Robertson, among others, on display around the City's famous buildings and public spaces. Spanning St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate to Fenchurch Street Station Plaza, Leadenhall Market to Mitre Square, this year's edition will bring contemporary public artworks to the historic and modern spaces of the City.
The current exhibition has achieved extensive press coverage,
https://www.sculptureinthecity.org.uk/press/
with a successful campaign led by Brunswick Arts, including The Financial Times, The Telegraph, Time Out London, The Londonist, City Matters, City AM, Something Curated and London Live.
A dedicated website sculptureinthecity.org.uk was launched in June 2018 featuring images and information about all the artworks to date as well as a downloadable map of the current edition.
Once a year, the City of London, that enclave of suits, power lunches and Peloton subscriptions plays host to some very non-smashing-Q3-type artworks. ˜Sculpture in the City™ invites artists to create striking public pieces that " crucially " sit outside the security-guard-defended lobbies of the venture capitalists. It's a great chance to wander around the Square Mile and see it in a different light. Or just see it, full stop. 
Chris Waywell - TimeOut London
Entry Requirements:
The artwork(s) submitted need to be suitable for exhibiting outdoors in a busy urban environment and available from May 2022 to May 2023. Only fully completed submissions, relevant to the specified CATEGORY will be accepted.
The 11th edition of Sculpture in the City offers a very unique opportunity for sculptors, artists, designers and illustrators to not only submit across any one of the five primary categories which are:
3D Sculpture
2D Graphic Installation
Audio & Visual
Hanging 3D Sculpture
Light & Sound
We will only accept a maximum of three applications per artist, per category. Anything exceeding this will be automatically disqualified.
Historically:
The artworks exhibited have in the past primarily been 3D and have shown works in a broad variety of materials from marble, stone and metal to neon and light pieces as well as mixed media that may include fabric, ceramic and other contemporary materials. The works may be free-standing or may be shown suspended; for example, hung in Leadenhall Marketor in a tree, or fixed to a wall. This could be time-based art such as sound, film, digital or other media work. We have shown sound work in previous editions as well as film work, which in the current edition is shown on the largest ceiling-mounted LED screen in Europe at ca. 180 sq feet at 10 Fenchurch Avenue as well as a bespoke printed vinyl piece under the escalators of the Leadenhall Building, with both locations currently on view, as part of the 10th edition of Sculpture in the City.
We are also committed to including performance-related artworks. For the past three years, Sculpture in the City has been the associate programme partner to Whitechapel Gallery's Nocturnal Creatures, a contemporary arts festival that brings together artist performances, music, films, talks and culinary experiences in the heart of the East End, especially the area between the Whitechapel Gallery, Leadenhall Market and Liverpool Street. As part of the 2021 programme, Sculpture in the City commissioned Stone (Butch) Undercurrents (2021) by Rosanne Roberston and ˜Shells & Time™ by Isabella Martin as part of Whitechapel Gallery's Nocturnal Creatures.
The exhibition does not have a specific set theme and artworks are selected based on their own merit and their suitability (in terms of material, scale and style) to the urban context.
The
Arts Advisory Group
is sensitive to the current cultural concerns as well as the wider social and political context in which the exhibition is shown. There is a desire from the Arts Advisory Group to address issues including gender and equality issues, freedom, democracy and representation, belonging and climate concerns.
The project is sited in the public realm and seen by close to 500,000 visitors every year.
There are many potential sites in the area of varying size and conditions. The scale of the surrounding tall buildings calls for large scale works which have been shown very successfully to date. The prevalence of shiny monochrome buildings provide an ideal context for bold colour work. In addition, there are sites, such as the churchyards, which make ideal sites for smaller works. Over the years we have also hung works in Leadenhall Market, in trees, in alleyways, across lampposts, on the Lloyd's building and on the The Leadenhall Building (Cheesegrater). The scope of the project, and the urban context, allows for sculpture to be showcased in the most contemporary fashion.
Weight and installation ease are often a defining factor as not many of the spaces have a large weight loading capacity and, in some cases, sites identified prove inaccessible.
Artists shown to date include:
1st Edition (2011-2012):
Anish Kapoor, Julian Opie, Franz West, Kenneth Armitage
2nd Edition (2012-2013):
Tracey Emin, Angus Fairhurst, Thomas Houseago, Michael Craig-Martin, Yayoi Kusama, Dan Graham
3rd Edition (2013-2014):
Ryan Gander, Chapman Brothers, Robert Indiana, Antony Gormley, Keith Coventry, Petroc Sesti, Jim Lambie, Richard Wentworth, Shirazeh Housiary
4th Edition (2014-2015):
Cerith Wyn-Evans, Jim Lambie, Richard Wentworth, Nigel Hall, Peter Randall-Page, Joao Onofre, Lynn Chadwick, Ben Long, Julian Wild, Paul Hosking
5th Edition (2015-2016):
Kris Martin, Laura Ford, Adam Chodzko, Folkert de Jong, Xavier Vielhan, Sigalit Landau, Ekkehard Altenburger, Tomoaki Suzuki, Keita Miyazaki, Ai Weiwei, Damien Hirst, Bruce Beasley, Shan Hur
6th Edition (2016-2017):
Anthony Caro, Gavin Turk, William Kentridge & Gerhard Marx, Lizi Sanchez, Ugo Rondinone, Recycle Group, Jurgen Partenheimer, Huma Bhabha, Petroc Sesti, Michael Lyons, Benedetto Pietromarchi, Enrico David, Jaume Plensa, Mat Collishaw, Sarah Lucas and Giuseppe Penone.
7th Edition (2017-2018):
Daniel Buren, Fernando Casasempere, Martin Creed, Ryan Gander, Damien Hirst, Kevin Killen, Paul McCarthy, Nathaniel Rackowe, Peter Randall-Page RA, Recycle Group, Bosco Sodi, Karen Tang, Gavin Turk, Mhairi Vari, Mark Wallinger and Gary Webb.
8th Edition (2018-2019):
Marina Abramović, David Annesley, Shaun C Badham, Miroslaw Balka, Jyll Bradley, Tracey Emin CBE RA, Clare Jarrett, Juliana Cerqueira Leite, Gabriel Lester, Sarah Lucas, Amanda Lwin, Jean-Luc Moulène, Michail Pirgelis, Thomas J Price, Richard Rome, Nancy Rubins, Sean Scully RA, Do Ho Suh and Karen Tang.
9th Edition (2019-2020):
Salvatore Arancio, Reza Aramesh, Elisa Artesero, Shaun C Badham, Jyll Bradley, Nathan Coley, Marisa Ferreira, Leo Fitzmaurice, Kevin Francis Gray, Clare Jarrett, Juliana Cerqueira Leite, Michael Lyons, Nancy Rubins, Nina Saunders, Jennifer Steinkamp, Do Ho Suh, Jonathan Trayte (Autumn 2019), Patrick Tuttofuoco and Lawrence Weiner.
10th Edition (2021-2021):
Alice Channer, Almuth Tebbenhoff, Bram Ellens, Elisa Artesero, Eva Rothschild, Guillaume Vandame, Isabella Martin, Jake Elwes, Jun T. Lai, Laura Arminda Kingsley, Laure Prouvost, Mark Handforth, Mike Ballard, Oliver Bragg, Regitze Engelsborg Karlsen, Rosanne Robertson, Ruth Ewan, and Tatiana Wolska.
Selection Process:
Works submitted are shortlisted for consideration by the Arts Advisory Group: Jane Alison, Head of Visual Arts, Barbican Art Centre; Iwona Blazwick OBE, Director, Whitechapel Gallery; Whitney Hintz, Hiscox Curator; and Andrea Schlieker, Tate Britain. In 2020 we also welcomed guest artist Thomas J Price, who exhibited in Sculpture in the City in 2018; and Sepake Angiama, Artistic Director, Iniva.
Following shortlisting by the Arts Advisory Group each artist and/or gallerist is invited for a site visit to identify which site(s) in the area are most suitable for showcasing the selected work.
When all shortlisted artwork sites have been identified the project team liaises with the landowners to obtain their approval for particular artworks to be shown on their land. The project team also takes care of health and safety, planning, engineering and installation requirements, and any other legal requirements the project needs to comply with.
We aim to confirm the final installation list in March 2022 and will be installing works in May and June 2022, with the official project launching on June 2022 - TBC
Conditions of Participation:
The works are on loan for 12 months (May 2022-May 2023). The artworks must be suitable for outdoor display in the public realm for the entire period of display. The selected works will be subject to a loan agreement with the City of London Corporation.
Sculpture in the City covers shipping within the UK, installation, insurance and maintenance costs. Please note shipping from outside the UK will be considered but not guaranteed.
Sculpture in the City works exclusively with Mtec who ship and install all the artworks.
All artists and galleries participating receive full credit on all marketing and press material and are invited to the official Launch event and other associated events. For this 11th edition, each exhibiting artist will receive an artist's fee of £750.
How to Submit Work for Consideration:
Submissions need to be made via curatorspace.com. If you have any questions, you can contact Arts Producer, Halime Özdemir at [email protected]
We encourage artists considering submitting work to visit the current exhibition to experience the project's dynamic urban context, as well as looking at past editions on the website. There are short film reviews of earlier editions available via the Sculpture in the City website. 
 
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SCULPTURE IN THE CITY - 11th Edition: Audio & Visual CategorySculpture in the City is an award-winning urban sculpture park which launches every year in June. A cultural initiative delivered by the City of London in partnership with 11 local businesses, it is sited in the EC3 (insurance district) area of the City, around the iconic towers of the Gherkin, the Leadenhall Building (The Cheesegrater), Lloyd's building, 22 Bishopsgate as well as inside Leadenhall Market. The 11th edition of Sculpture in the City offers a very unique opportunity for sculptors, artists, designers and illustrators to not only submit across any one of the five primary categories which are: 3D Sculpture, 2D Graphic Installation, Audio & Visual, Hanging 3D Sculpture and Light & Sound.

The call for submissions for the 11th edition of Sculpture in the City is now open for preexisting works that can be exhibited outdoors from May 2022 to May 2022. This is the page dedicated to submitting to the Audio & Visual Category. The deadline for applications is Wednesday 27th October 2021.
Sculpture in the City has delivered 130 artworks over 10 editions successfully amplifying the urban context the show is delivered in; responding to and breathing life into the unique relationship between the historical City landscape and it's iconic contemporary architecture.
In response to the success of the landmark 10th edition of the Sculpture in the City, we are keen to expand on the engagement with the unique landscape and structures that the City has at its disposal. We are very keen to look at broadening not only the scope of participation, but also the breadth of our reach to allow for a more inclusive and varied approach to representing contemporary public art within this context.
We are launching the open call for submission for the 11th edition of Sculpture in the City on the 27th September 2021 and are delighted to announce the expansion of the submission criteria.
This is the submission page for the Audio & Visual Category and only works that fulfill this criteria will be considered. If you are unsure, we encourage you to look at the submission criteria further down to see all categories listed.
Examples for reference for the Audio & Visual Category include:
Jake Elwes
,
Latent Space
-120 Fenchurch Street (Hogarth Court)
Jennifer Steinkamp

Botanic

- 120 Fenchurch Street (Hogarth Court)
The successful submissions will be on view for a year within one of London's most iconic architecture areas. The artworks selected for installation are sited in dialogue with both the architecture and the artist.
In addition, Lacuna will organise a webinar for artists unable to join the ˜in real life™ tours to join online where they will have the opportunity to ask questions. The webinar will be recorded and shared online for anyone who is unable to attend. 
Tour 1 will take place on Friday 1st October 2021 at 3pm
Webinar will take place on Monday 18th October at 2pm
Tour 2 will also take place on Monday 18th October at 4pm
To register your interest, please email: [email protected]
Background:
None of the works in Sculpture in the City are here to stay, none are iconic statements; the pleasure is rather the unexpected interactions between works, places, people. [...] It is wholly different from the experience of rural sculpture parks, where monumental pieces stand proud and bold against open skies, yet nature always wins and remains the chief attraction. Here in the beleaguered post-pandemic city, sculpture transforms, cheers and heals.
Jackie Wullschläger - The Financial Times
The aim of the project is to use the Square Mile as a contemporary urban gallery space and to showcase cutting edge art in an area represented by the iconic contemporary towers as well as the layers of history nestled amongst these tall buildings.
The need for partnership between culture and commerce has never been greater with the City of London spearheading various projects to ensure the Lord Mayor's vision to promote London's creative energy and competitive strengths. Sculpture in the City is firmly established as a flagship cultural project and is deeply embedded within the ongoing cross-sector programme to deliver and champion projects/ activations that unite business and the creative industries in London.
Sculpture in the City is the City of London's annual programme which sees public artworks placed amidst the iconic architecture of the City Cluster. The latest outdoor exhibition, forming part of tenth anniversary edition is celebrated with works from 18 contemporary artists; including works by artists Laure Prouvost, Alice Channer, Eva Rothschild, Mark Handforth, Laura Arminda Kingsley, and Rosanne Robertson, among others, on display around the City's famous buildings and public spaces. Spanning St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate to Fenchurch Street Station Plaza, Leadenhall Market to Mitre Square, this year's edition will bring contemporary public artworks to the historic and modern spaces of the City.
The current exhibition has achieved extensive press coverage,
https://www.sculptureinthecity.org.uk/press/
with a successful campaign led by Brunswick Arts, including The Financial Times, The Telegraph, Time Out London, The Londonist, City Matters, City AM, Something Curated and London Live.
A dedicated website sculptureinthecity.org.uk was launched in June 2018 featuring images and information about all the artworks to date as well as a downloadable map of the current edition.
Once a year, the City of London, that enclave of suits, power lunches and Peloton subscriptions plays host to some very non-smashing-Q3-type artworks. ˜Sculpture in the City™ invites artists to create striking public pieces that " crucially " sit outside the security-guard-defended lobbies of the venture capitalists. It's a great chance to wander around the Square Mile and see it in a different light. Or just see it, full stop. 
Chris Waywell - TimeOut London
Entry Requirements:
The artwork(s) submitted need to be suitable for exhibiting outdoors in a busy urban environment and available from May 2022 to May 2023. Only fully completed submissions, relevant to the specified CATEGORY will be accepted.
The 11th edition of Sculpture in the City offers a very unique opportunity for sculptors, artists, designers and illustrators to not only submit across any one of the five primary categories which are:
3D Sculpture
2D Graphic Installation
Audio & Visual
Hanging 3D Sculpture
Light & Sound
We will only accept a maximum of three applications per artist, per category. Anything exceeding this will be automatically disqualified.
Historically:
The artworks exhibited have in the past primarily been 3D and have shown works in a broad variety of materials from marble, stone and metal to neon and light pieces as well as mixed media that may include fabric, ceramic and other contemporary materials. The works may be free-standing or may be shown suspended; for example, hung in Leadenhall Marketor in a tree, or fixed to a wall. This could be time-based art such as sound, film, digital or other media work. We have shown sound work in previous editions as well as film work, which in the current edition is shown on the largest ceiling-mounted LED screen in Europe at ca. 180 sq feet at 10 Fenchurch Avenue as well as a bespoke printed vinyl piece under the escalators of the Leadenhall Building, with both locations currently on view, as part of the 10th edition of Sculpture in the City.
We are also committed to including performance-related artworks. For the past three years, Sculpture in the City has been the associate programme partner to Whitechapel Gallery's Nocturnal Creatures, a contemporary arts festival that brings together artist performances, music, films, talks and culinary experiences in the heart of the East End, especially the area between the Whitechapel Gallery, Leadenhall Market and Liverpool Street. As part of the 2021 programme, Sculpture in the City commissioned Stone (Butch) Undercurrents (2021) by Rosanne Roberston and ˜Shells & Time™ by Isabella Martin as part of Whitechapel Gallery's Nocturnal Creatures.
The exhibition does not have a specific set theme and artworks are selected based on their own merit and their suitability (in terms of material, scale and style) to the urban context.
The
Arts Advisory Group
is sensitive to the current cultural concerns as well as the wider social and political context in which the exhibition is shown. There is a desire from the Arts Advisory Group to address issues including gender and equality issues, freedom, democracy and representation, belonging and climate concerns.
The project is sited in the public realm and seen by close to 500,000 visitors every year.
There are many potential sites in the area of varying size and conditions. The scale of the surrounding tall buildings calls for large scale works which have been shown very successfully to date. The prevalence of shiny monochrome buildings provide an ideal context for bold colour work. In addition, there are sites, such as the churchyards, which make ideal sites for smaller works. Over the years we have also hung works in Leadenhall Market, in trees, in alleyways, across lampposts, on the Lloyd's building and on the The Leadenhall Building (Cheesegrater). The scope of the project, and the urban context, allows for sculpture to be showcased in the most contemporary fashion.
Weight and installation ease are often a defining factor as not many of the spaces have a large weight loading capacity and, in some cases, sites identified prove inaccessible.
Artists shown to date include:
1st Edition (2011-2012):
Anish Kapoor, Julian Opie, Franz West, Kenneth Armitage
2nd Edition (2012-2013):
Tracey Emin, Angus Fairhurst, Thomas Houseago, Michael Craig-Martin, Yayoi Kusama, Dan Graham
3rd Edition (2013-2014):
Ryan Gander, Chapman Brothers, Robert Indiana, Antony Gormley, Keith Coventry, Petroc Sesti, Jim Lambie, Richard Wentworth, Shirazeh Housiary
4th Edition (2014-2015):
Cerith Wyn-Evans, Jim Lambie, Richard Wentworth, Nigel Hall, Peter Randall-Page, Joao Onofre, Lynn Chadwick, Ben Long, Julian Wild, Paul Hosking
5th Edition (2015-2016):
Kris Martin, Laura Ford, Adam Chodzko, Folkert de Jong, Xavier Vielhan, Sigalit Landau, Ekkehard Altenburger, Tomoaki Suzuki, Keita Miyazaki, Ai Weiwei, Damien Hirst, Bruce Beasley, Shan Hur
6th Edition (2016-2017):
Anthony Caro, Gavin Turk, William Kentridge & Gerhard Marx, Lizi Sanchez, Ugo Rondinone, Recycle Group, Jurgen Partenheimer, Huma Bhabha, Petroc Sesti, Michael Lyons, Benedetto Pietromarchi, Enrico David, Jaume Plensa, Mat Collishaw, Sarah Lucas and Giuseppe Penone.
7th Edition (2017-2018):
Daniel Buren, Fernando Casasempere, Martin Creed, Ryan Gander, Damien Hirst, Kevin Killen, Paul McCarthy, Nathaniel Rackowe, Peter Randall-Page RA, Recycle Group, Bosco Sodi, Karen Tang, Gavin Turk, Mhairi Vari, Mark Wallinger and Gary Webb.
8th Edition (2018-2019):
Marina Abramović, David Annesley, Shaun C Badham, Miroslaw Balka, Jyll Bradley, Tracey Emin CBE RA, Clare Jarrett, Juliana Cerqueira Leite, Gabriel Lester, Sarah Lucas, Amanda Lwin, Jean-Luc Moulène, Michail Pirgelis, Thomas J Price, Richard Rome, Nancy Rubins, Sean Scully RA, Do Ho Suh and Karen Tang.
9th Edition (2019-2020):
Salvatore Arancio, Reza Aramesh, Elisa Artesero, Shaun C Badham, Jyll Bradley, Nathan Coley, Marisa Ferreira, Leo Fitzmaurice, Kevin Francis Gray, Clare Jarrett, Juliana Cerqueira Leite, Michael Lyons, Nancy Rubins, Nina Saunders, Jennifer Steinkamp, Do Ho Suh, Jonathan Trayte (Autumn 2019), Patrick Tuttofuoco and Lawrence Weiner.
10th Edition (2021-2021):
Alice Channer, Almuth Tebbenhoff, Bram Ellens, Elisa Artesero, Eva Rothschild, Guillaume Vandame, Isabella Martin, Jake Elwes, Jun T. Lai, Laura Arminda Kingsley, Laure Prouvost, Mark Handforth, Mike Ballard, Oliver Bragg, Regitze Engelsborg Karlsen, Rosanne Robertson, Ruth Ewan, and Tatiana Wolska.
Selection Process:
Works submitted are shortlisted for consideration by the Arts Advisory Group: Jane Alison, Head of Visual Arts, Barbican Art Centre; Iwona Blazwick OBE, Director, Whitechapel Gallery; Whitney Hintz, Hiscox Curator; and Andrea Schlieker, Tate Britain. In 2020 we also welcomed guest artist Thomas J Price, who exhibited in Sculpture in the City in 2018; and Sepake Angiama, Artistic Director, Iniva.
Following shortlisting by the Arts Advisory Group each artist and/or gallerist is invited for a site visit to identify which site(s) in the area are most suitable for showcasing the selected work.
When all shortlisted artwork sites have been identified the project team liaises with the landowners to obtain their approval for particular artworks to be shown on their land. The project team also takes care of health and safety, planning, engineering and installation requirements, and any other legal requirements the project needs to comply with.
We aim to confirm the final installation list in March 2022 and will be installing works in May and June 2022, with the official project launching on June 2022 - TBC
Conditions of Participation:
The works are on loan for 12 months (May 2022-May 2023). The artworks must be suitable for outdoor display in the public realm for the entire period of display. The selected works will be subject to a loan agreement with the City of London Corporation.
Sculpture in the City covers shipping within the UK, installation, insurance and maintenance costs. Please note shipping from outside the UK will be considered but not guaranteed.
Sculpture in the City works exclusively with Mtec who ship and install all the artworks.
All artists and galleries participating receive full credit on all marketing and press material and are invited to the official Launch event and other associated events. For this 11th edition, each exhibiting artist will receive an artist's fee of £750.
How to Submit Work for Consideration:
Submissions need to be made via curatorspace.com. If you have any questions, you can contact Arts Producer, Halime Özdemir at [email protected]
We encourage artists considering submitting work to visit the current exhibition to experience the project's dynamic urban context, as well as looking at past editions on the website. There are short film reviews of earlier editions available via the Sculpture in the City website. 
 
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SCULPTURE IN THE CITY - 11th Edition: 3D Sculpture CategorySculpture in the City is an award-winning urban sculpture park which launches every year in June. A cultural initiative delivered by the City of London in partnership with 11 local businesses, it is sited in the EC3 (insurance district) area of the City, around the iconic towers of the Gherkin, the Leadenhall Building (The Cheesegrater), Lloyd's building, 22 Bishopsgate as well as inside Leadenhall Market. The 11th edition of Sculpture in the City offers a very unique opportunity for sculptors, artists, designers and illustrators to not only submit across any one of the five primary categories which are: 3D Sculpture, 2D Graphic Installation, Audio & Visual, Hanging 3D Sculpture and Light & Sound.

The call for submissions for the 11th edition of Sculpture in the City is now open for preexisting works that can be exhibited outdoors from May 2022 to May 2022. This is the page dedicated to submitting to the 3D Sculpture Category. The deadline for applications is Wednesday 27th October 2021.
Sculpture in the City has delivered 130 artworks over 10 editions successfully amplifying the urban context the show is delivered in; responding to and breathing life into the unique relationship between the historical City landscape and it's iconic contemporary architecture.
In response to the success of the landmark 10th edition of the Sculpture in the City, we are keen to expand on the engagement with the unique landscape and structures that the City has at its disposal. We are very keen to look at broadening not only the scope of participation, but also the breadth of our reach to allow for a more inclusive and varied approach to representing contemporary public art within this context.
We are launching the open call for submission for the 11th edition of Sculpture in the City on the 27th September 2021 and are delighted to announce the expansion of the submission criteria.
This is the submission page for the 3D Sculpture Category and only works that fulfill this criteria will be considered. If you are unsure, we encourage you to look at the submission criteria further down to see all categories listed.
Examples for reference for the 3D Sculpture Category include:
Eva Rothschild,

Cosmos

- Undershaft between Aviva and the Leadenhall Building
Ruth Ewan
,
Silent Agitator

- corner of 99 Bishopsgate 
Mike Ballard
,
Rough Neck Business
- 100 Bishopsgate 
Almuth Tebbenhoff
,
Redhead Sunset Stack

- Mitre Square
Bram Ellens
,
Orphans
- Cullum Street
Regitze Engelsborg Karlson
,
Reactivity
- Cunard Place 
The successful submissions will be on view for a year within one of London's most iconic architecture areas. The artworks selected for installation are sited in dialogue with both the architecture and the artist.
In addition, Lacuna will organise a webinar for artists unable to join the 'in real life' tours to join online where they will have the opportunity to ask questions. The webinar will be recorded and shared online for anyone who is unable to attend. 
Tour 1 will take place on Friday 1st October 2021 at 3pm
Webinar will take place on Monday 18th October at 2pm
Tour 2 will also take place on Monday 18th October at 4pm
To register your interest, please email: [email protected]
Background:
None of the works in Sculpture in the City are here to stay, none are iconic statements; the pleasure is rather the unexpected interactions between works, places, people. [...] It is wholly different from the experience of rural sculpture parks, where monumental pieces stand proud and bold against open skies, yet nature always wins and remains the chief attraction. Here in the beleaguered post-pandemic city, sculpture transforms, cheers and heals.
Jackie Wullschläger - The Financial Times
The aim of the project is to use the Square Mile as a contemporary urban gallery space and to showcase cutting edge art in an area represented by the iconic contemporary towers as well as the layers of history nestled amongst these tall buildings.
The need for partnership between culture and commerce has never been greater with the City of London spearheading various projects to ensure the Lord Mayor's vision to promote London's creative energy and competitive strengths. Sculpture in the City is firmly established as a flagship cultural project and is deeply embedded within the ongoing cross-sector programme to deliver and champion projects/ activations that unite business and the creative industries in London.
Sculpture in the City is the City of London's annual programme which sees public artworks placed amidst the iconic architecture of the City Cluster. The latest outdoor exhibition, forming part of tenth anniversary edition is celebrated with works from 18 contemporary artists; including works by artists Laure Prouvost, Alice Channer, Eva Rothschild, Mark Handforth, Laura Arminda Kingsley, and Rosanne Robertson, among others, on display around the City's famous buildings and public spaces. Spanning St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate to Fenchurch Street Station Plaza, Leadenhall Market to Mitre Square, this year's edition will bring contemporary public artworks to the historic and modern spaces of the City.
The current exhibition has achieved extensive press coverage,
https://www.sculptureinthecity.org.uk/press/
with a successful campaign led by Brunswick Arts, including The Financial Times, The Telegraph, Time Out London, The Londonist, City Matters, City AM, Something Curated and London Live.
A dedicated website www.sculptureinthecity.org.uk was launched in June 2018 featuring images and information about all the artworks to date as well as a downloadable map of the current edition.
Once a year, the City of London, that enclave of suits, power lunches and Peloton subscriptions plays host to some very non-smashing-Q3-type artworks. ˜Sculpture in the City™ invites artists to create striking public pieces that " crucially " sit outside the security-guard-defended lobbies of the venture capitalists. It's a great chance to wander around the Square Mile and see it in a different light. Or just see it, full stop. 
Chris Waywell - TimeOut London
Entry Requirements:
The artwork(s) submitted need to be suitable for exhibiting outdoors in a busy urban environment and available from May 2022 to May 2023. Only fully completed submissions, relevant to the specified CATEGORY will be accepted.
The 11th edition of Sculpture in the City offers a very unique opportunity for sculptors, artists, designers and illustrators to not only submit across any one of the five primary categories which are:
3D Sculpture
2D Graphic Installation
Audio & Visual
Hanging 3D Sculpture
Light & Sound
We will only accept a maximum of three applications per artist, per category. Anything exceeding this will be automatically disqualified.
Historically:
The artworks exhibited have in the past primarily been 3D and have shown works in a broad variety of materials from marble, stone and metal to neon and light pieces as well as mixed media that may include fabric, ceramic and other contemporary materials. The works may be free-standing or may be shown suspended; for example, hung in Leadenhall Marketor in a tree, or fixed to a wall. This could be time-based art such as sound, film, digital or other media work. We have shown sound work in previous editions as well as film work, which in the current edition is shown on the largest ceiling-mounted LED screen in Europe at ca. 180 sq feet at 10 Fenchurch Avenue as well as a bespoke printed vinyl piece under the escalators of the Leadenhall Building, with both locations currently on view, as part of the 10th edition of Sculpture in the City.
We are also committed to including performance-related artworks. For the past three years, Sculpture in the City has been the associate programme partner to Whitechapel Gallery's Nocturnal Creatures, a contemporary arts festival that brings together artist performances, music, films, talks and culinary experiences in the heart of the East End, especially the area between the Whitechapel Gallery, Leadenhall Market and Liverpool Street. As part of the 2021 programme, Sculpture in the City commissioned Stone (Butch) Undercurrents (2021) by Rosanne Roberston and 'Shells & Time' by Isabella Martin as part of Whitechapel Gallery's Nocturnal Creatures.
The exhibition does not have a specific set theme and artworks are selected based on their own merit and their suitability (in terms of material, scale and style) to the urban context.
The
Arts Advisory Group
is sensitive to the current cultural concerns as well as the wider social and political context in which the exhibition is shown. There is a desire from the Arts Advisory Group to address issues including gender and equality issues, freedom, democracy and representation, belonging and climate concerns.
The project is sited in the public realm and seen by close to 500,000 visitors every year.
There are many potential sites in the area of varying size and conditions. The scale of the surrounding tall buildings calls for large scale works which have been shown very successfully to date. The prevalence of shiny monochrome buildings provide an ideal context for bold colour work. In addition, there are sites, such as the churchyards, which make ideal sites for smaller works. Over the years we have also hung works in Leadenhall Market, in trees, in alleyways, across lampposts, on the Lloyd's building and on the The Leadenhall Building (Cheesegrater). The scope of the project, and the urban context, allows for sculpture to be showcased in the most contemporary fashion.
Weight and installation ease are often a defining factor as not many of the spaces have a large weight loading capacity and, in some cases, sites identified prove inaccessible.
Artists shown to date include:
1st Edition (2011-2012):
Anish Kapoor, Julian Opie, Franz West, Kenneth Armitage
2nd Edition (2012-2013):
Tracey Emin, Angus Fairhurst, Thomas Houseago, Michael Craig-Martin, Yayoi Kusama, Dan Graham
3rd Edition (2013-2014):
Ryan Gander, Chapman Brothers, Robert Indiana, Antony Gormley, Keith Coventry, Petroc Sesti, Jim Lambie, Richard Wentworth, Shirazeh Housiary 4th Edition (2014-2015): Cerith Wyn-Evans, Jim Lambie, Richard Wentworth, Nigel Hall, Peter Randall-Page, Joao Onofre, Lynn Chadwick, Ben Long, Julian Wild, Paul Hosking
5th Edition (2015-2016):
Kris Martin, Laura Ford, Adam Chodzko, Folkert de Jong, Xavier Vielhan, Sigalit Landau, Ekkehard Altenburger, Tomoaki Suzuki, Keita Miyazaki, Ai Weiwei, Damien Hirst, Bruce Beasley, Shan Hur
6th Edition (2016-2017):
Anthony Caro, Gavin Turk, William Kentridge & Gerhard Marx, Lizi Sanchez, Ugo Rondinone, Recycle Group, Jurgen Partenheimer, Huma Bhabha, Petroc Sesti, Michael Lyons, Benedetto Pietromarchi, Enrico David, Jaume Plensa, Mat Collishaw, Sarah Lucas and Giuseppe Penone.
7th Edition (2017-2018):
Daniel Buren, Fernando Casasempere, Martin Creed, Ryan Gander, Damien Hirst, Kevin Killen, Paul McCarthy, Nathaniel Rackowe, Peter Randall-Page RA, Recycle Group, Bosco Sodi, Karen Tang, Gavin Turk, Mhairi Vari, Mark Wallinger and Gary Webb.
8th Edition (2018-2019):
Marina Abramović, David Annesley, Shaun C Badham, Miroslaw Balka, Jyll Bradley, Tracey Emin CBE RA, Clare Jarrett, Juliana Cerqueira Leite, Gabriel Lester, Sarah Lucas, Amanda Lwin, Jean-Luc Moulène, Michail Pirgelis, Thomas J Price, Richard Rome, Nancy Rubins, Sean Scully RA, Do Ho Suh and Karen Tang.
9th Edition (2019-2020):
Salvatore Arancio, Reza Aramesh, Elisa Artesero, Shaun C Badham, Jyll Bradley, Nathan Coley, Marisa Ferreira, Leo Fitzmaurice, Kevin Francis Gray, Clare Jarrett, Juliana Cerqueira Leite, Michael Lyons, Nancy Rubins, Nina Saunders, Jennifer Steinkamp, Do Ho Suh, Jonathan Trayte (Autumn 2019), Patrick Tuttofuoco and Lawrence Weiner.
10th Edition (2021-2021):
Alice Channer, Almuth Tebbenhoff, Bram Ellens, Elisa Artesero, Eva Rothschild, Guillaume Vandame, Isabella Martin, Jake Elwes, Jun T. Lai, Laura Arminda Kingsley, Laure Prouvost, Mark Handforth, Mike Ballard, Oliver Bragg, Regitze Engelsborg Karlsen, Rosanne Robertson, Ruth Ewan, and Tatiana Wolska.
Selection Process:
Works submitted are shortlisted for consideration by the Arts Advisory Group: Jane Alison, Head of Visual Arts, Barbican Art Centre; Iwona Blazwick OBE, Director, Whitechapel Gallery; Whitney Hintz, Hiscox Curator; and Andrea Schlieker, Tate Britain. In 2020 we also welcomed guest artist Thomas J Price, who exhibited in Sculpture in the City in 2018; and Sepake Angiama, Artistic Director, Iniva.
Following shortlisting by the Arts Advisory Group each artist and/or gallerist is invited for a site visit to identify which site(s) in the area are most suitable for showcasing the selected work.
When all shortlisted artwork sites have been identified the project team liaises with the landowners to obtain their approval for particular artworks to be shown on their land. The project team also takes care of health and safety, planning, engineering and installation requirements, and any other legal requirements the project needs to comply with.
We aim to confirm the final installation list in March 2022 and will be installing works in May and June 2022, with the official project launching on June 2022 - TBC
Conditions of Participation:
The works are on loan for 12 months (May 2022 - May 2023). The artworks must be suitable for outdoor display in the public realm for the entire period of display. The selected works will be subject to a loan agreement with the City of London Corporation.
Sculpture in the City covers shipping within the UK, installation, insurance and maintenance costs. Please note shipping from outside the UK will be considered but not guaranteed.
Sculpture in the City works exclusively with Mtec who ship and install all the artworks.
All artists and galleries participating receive full credit on all marketing and press material and are invited to the official Launch event and other associated events. For this 11th edition, each exhibiting artist will receive an artist's fee of £750.
How to Submit Work for Consideration:
Submissions need to be made via curatorspace.com. If you have any questions, you can contact Arts Producer, Halime Özdemir at [email protected]
We encourage artists considering submitting work to visit the current exhibition to experience the project's dynamic urban context, as well as looking at past editions on the website. There are short film reviews of earlier editions available via the Sculpture in the City website. 
 
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OPEN CALL: Submissions for Fern&Glade InstagramFern & Glade is a new artist-led instagram page featuring the work of emerging contemporary artists who draw inspiration from the natural and metaphysical world.
Inviting artists to submit a maximum of 5 images of their work and a photograph of themselves (optional) to feature on the Fern & Glade instagram page. 
Each accepted submission will consist of an up to 3 post feature on instagram (depending on number of works submitted) as well as promotion on instagram stories. 
 
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Women at Work - contribute to the zine and the archiveThis project is a contribution to gender studies in the field of visual culture to dismantle the current approach, proposing and developing new and not degrading and objectifying aesthetics and practices.
The "Women At Work" campaign, launched by the
femLENS association
, was created to claim the dignity of the narration of women's work, be it manual, intellectual or domestic. To the project,
F.I.G.A. by Alysvisualart.com
participates as a femLENS Ambassador by collecting and publishing photographic works made by Italian women both resident in Italy and expats abroad.
The goal is to create an alternative to traditional stock images of women at work by documenting reality, making seemingly distant realities dialogue. To do this, our common mission is to give a voice to communities through documentary photography by providing free visual and technological education to women.
It has been a long time since we've seen undistorted portraits of working women in print media. Since the start of the era of consumerism and social media, what we are exposed to is either airbrushed celebrities or the poverty on the other side of the social ladder. 
Two works will be selected for international publication in the zine Women at Work curated by femLENS which will be released at the end of 2021.
The two selected participants will receive a prize of ‚¬100 to support the activity and research.
All the selected works
will be published F.i.g.a. Pop-Up, first edition of the photozine dedicated to the project F.I.G.A. for the re-appropriation of bodies, spaces and meanings, downloadable from the alysvisualart.com site from January 2022; in addition, all participants will be invited to participate immediately to get to know our community on the Discord platform, a virtual laboratory of artivism and photographic documentation.
Instructions: 
If you would like to contribute your photographs of working women, please follow these steps:
1. A selection of 1 to 10 relevant images of women at work.
2. Make sure to include your name, the name of the woman in the photo, the job/role she is doing, city/country and date, as well as your approval for the photos to be licensed under the 
CC BY-NC-ND: (Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial NoDerivatives) license
. You can also write an artist statement and a short biography if you like.
3. If you like, consider interviewing a woman, using the questions below. Ask other questions that you feel are appropriate as long as you record the question and the answer. Record your notes on a separate sheet of paper or on your phone.
 
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Collecting Recipes from ImprovisersSeeking recipes from improvisers: food, music, artistic, and otherwise
The PhD thesis 'the Improvisers Cookbook' (part of the European Research Council project IRiMaS) is looking for  'recipes' from improvisers. 
If you are an improviser we would love to include a recipe from you. Recipes are entirely open, food, musical, imaginary....it is up to you! The cookbook will be published at the culmination of the research in September 2022.
The definition of recipe is entirely open, maybe it is food related, maybe it isn't ...a drawing, or a vague list of smells or things, an oral history, or maybe it is a very detailed instruction to make the forbidden fruit of improvised culinary experience? 
Recipes are interesting documents which show the diversity in how we impart and remember knowledge, and are also lovely artefacts of  the kinds of backgrounds, histories, and cultures we bring with us to share with those around us. 
By submitting a recipe you will be inlcuded within a international research pool of artsits who have contributed to the IRiMaS project, to read more about the project please visit:
https://research.hud.ac.uk/institutes-centres/irimas/
Thank you for your time, and your recipes.
Maria Sappho
 
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Queer Death Society. A mixed media and genre zine.We™re a zine dedicated to queering assumptions about death, dying & mourning. We care about queer bonds & unsettling norms. We do art, essays, poems, photos, interviews, experiments, obituaries, ideas & trash. Give us what you™ve got for our second edition.
Not sure where to start? Think of 'queering' as tool to ask difficult and trangressive questions and to centre queer lives, communities and contexts.
Your contribution might be asking questions about, for example, whose lives are treated as valuable (think black lives matter) or how living matter actually decomposes? It might be challenging ideas about the 'right' time to die or the 'right' way to grieve a death of someone or something. It might be commemorating the loss of loved ones and asking what death means for inter-species relationships and ecological systems. It might be tackling sexism and racism in the provision of palliative care or in funeral services. It might be sharing different ideas about an after or eternal life. It might be all these things and more.
Check out of the first edition of QDS for inspiration
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We want to know what matters to you.
We want to be surprised and moved.
Please use the submission form to send us what you've got as either an image, word doc or pdf.
We'd love to know a bit more about your contribution and you, so please provide this information.
We're DiY, non-profit & volunteer but we offer £30 for 4 contributions by black artists and other artists of colour and minoritised ethnicities.
Not sure it's a fit? Contact us & ask.
Find & follow us at
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Artist Commission OpportunityCornerhouse is offering an exciting opportunity for artists to apply for the chance to create new work as part of a group show which will open in January 2013. The exhibition is being produced by a team of young curators following the successful exhibition
Lost is Found
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We are looking to commission new art work to form an engaging group show which will take place in Cornerhouse's Gallery 1 from 26 January " 24 February 2013.
There will be a fee of £1000 for each of the chosen artists to create their work. The call for entries has an open theme and can include work in any medium, from photography to sculpture, film and digital media " not excluding other methods. The work will be judged on a number of factors, including originality and adventurous use of different media.
Commissions should be accessible to a broad audience and reflect
Cornerhouse's artistic policy
. Selected artists will be expected to engage with the public in discussions and exhibition related events.
We are looking for high quality work from artists at any point in their career. Shortlisted applicants will be asked to meet the group of curators prior to final selection. Cornerhouse will cover travel expenses.
Artists™ fee:
£1000 (to include all production costs)


Deadline for submissions:
Wed 12 September.
Curators will meet shortlisted applicants on Sat 29 September.

The exhibition will take place Sat 26 January until Sun 24 February.
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OPEN THEME 2021 | JURIED PAINTING EXHIBITION | VIRTUALOur top priority is to promote artist's work! Our team has a combined background of 30+ years in the art industry as artists, marketing specialists, sales consultants, leaders, and art promoters. You will not be disappointed with our detail and professionalism. Our exhibitions are about you, the artist!
Call for entries for artists.
Artists are asked to submit their best paintings in ANY SUBJECT MATTER OR STYLE! All traditional painting mediums! (e.g., acrylic, pastel, oil, watercolor, mixed media, gouache, egg tempera, pen and ink; drawing media such as graphite, charcoal, colored pencils and scratch board) This competition is for TRADITIONAL PAINTING.  We are not accepting digital, sculpture, or photography.
Artist's work is juried and selected for a virtual online exhibition.  This is a competition, not all entries will be in the final exhibition.
Prizes include:
Best in Show Platinum Award
Gold Award of Excellence
Sliver Awards - up to 12
Bronze Awards - based on number of entries
Cash award goes to the top two award recipients! Best in Show receives main page slider promotion at CB, blog post at Top Art Awards, news story Art Base, digital art registration at ArtChain.Info & entry into CB's Artwork of the Year Award. + Top 14 YouTube video. All award recipients receive 3-month online group exhibition of their work, international social media exposure, Art Week and Art Base international news publications, e-blast announcement to international buyers, friends and artists + official award certificate.
Our #1 priority is to promote your work!  We do not take a commission.  All inquiries we receive will be directed to the artist.
For more information about this opportunity for artists, please visit the Event Website.
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Exceptional AbstractionsOur gallery is recognized as a premier contemporary and fine art galleries in Orange County, California. We promote our works to an extensive client list around the globe and we are always seeking new and different shows for our art audience. Mona Niko Gallery affords emerging and guest artists an opportunity to develop and explore ideas in an atmosphere that supports risk taking and experimentation without the presence of censorship. We offer unique exhibitions that are often themed. During the beginnings of the Covid-19 pandemic, our gallery focused our attentions to expanding our Instagram and social media presence which has increased traffic which has led to many online sales.
Mona Niko Gallery is seeking Abstract Art. This exhibition is open to any abstract work including small sculptures.
Open to all artists local, national and international, professional and amateur. Multiple art mediums are encouraged and will be considered in this call for art.
Acrylic, Airbrush, Charcoal, Color Pencil, Computer Art, Digital Art, Digital Photography, Drawings, Ceramics Encaustic, Fiber Arts, Graphite, Illustration, Mixed Media, Oil, Pastel, Pen and Ink, Photo Assemblage, Printmaking, Sculpture, Traditional Photography, Video and Watercolor.
No work that requires special hanging or special installation instructions will be accepted.
 
Awards:
First place $250
Second Place $150
Third place $100
Deadline to Enter: November 7, 2021
Artist Notification: November 13, 2021
Art Deliver: November 18 to November 24, 2021
Opening Reception: Saturday December 4, 2021 3PM to 6PM
Exhibition Runs: December 4 to December 31, 2021
Entry Fee: $35 for up to 3 images
Artist/Gallery Commission: 60% Artist, 40% Gallery
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Call to Artists for International Open/No Theme Art CompetitionThe Contemporary Art Gallery Online (CAGO) is inviting artists to an Open/No Theme Art Competition and Exhibition.  Entries will be accepted from October 4th, 2021, to October 31st, 2021.  CAGO encourages entries from all 2D and 3D artists regardless of their experience or education in the art field.  An exhibit of all of the entrants will be held online from November 3rd to November 30th, 2021.  Artists should submit their best representational and non-representational art.  This competition will be judged within three categories:  Paintings/Drawings, Photography/Digital Art, and Mixed Media/3-Dimensional Art.  Competition Results posted: November 15th, 2021.
Entry Fee: $15 for up to three images, $25 for up to five images and $35 for up to eight.  Funds in US Dollars.
Prizes
include Memberships to Contemporary Art Gallery Online, Extensive Marketing, Winner's Certificates, Inclusion in the Annual Anthology Publication, Event Collateral and much more.
To read the complete Prospectus:  https://www.contemporaryartgalleryonline.gallery/2021-art-competition-open-no-theme
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Call for Artists Petite Paintings FundraiserThe Oxford Arts Alliance is currently soliciting artwork that is under 10 by 10 inches. While the title is Petite Paintings, we are also accepting photographs, small sculptures, ceramics, and prints of original artwork. Artwork will be published online and will be advertised prior to the event. The artist will be included on our website with an image of the artwork provided and a link to their website/social media.
Each school year the Oxford Arts Alliance donates $1,000 to graduating Oxford Area High School students to help further their education in the Arts (music, performance, architecture, and fine arts). Dr. Richard Beards was a founding member of the Oxford Arts Alliance. The Board of Directors renamed the scholarships to The Richard Beards Scholarship to honor Richard's legacy of education.
Sales of artwork: 50% to Artists, 50% to the Richard Beards Education Fund.
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Call for Submissions: CURRENTS Festival 2022CURRENTS New Media is accepting submissions for our 2022 art and technology festival in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.
CURRENTS New Media
is a champion of new media arts and supports artists in creating innovative work. Our annual festival, educational programs, and exhibition space give the public year-round access to immersive and expansive art experiences.
Submission categories for artists this year include:
Submission Deadline: November 1, 2021 
Notified by: January 10, 2022
Festival Dates: June 17 - 26, 2022
For more information about this call for entry for artists, please visit the Event Website.
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Autumn 2021 | Virtual Visual Arts ExhibitionOur top priority is to promote our artist's work! The Camelback team has a combined background of over 30 years in the art industry as artists, leaders, marketing specialists, sales consultants and art promoters. You will not be disappointed with our detail and professionalism. Our exhibits are about you, the artist!
Call for entries for artists.
Please submt recent artwork, that you have created in the last 5 years, in any subject matter or style.  The theme for this event is "Autumn", autumn inspired artwork, autumn colors, autumn landscapes, halloween, pumpkins, Día de Muertos and/or
 
any artwrork that is inspired by fall colors including abstract work.  The competition is open to all traditional painting mediums, drawing, digital, sculputure and photography.  Two images per entry $19.00.  Artists may enter more than once.
Artist's work is then juried and selected for a virtual online exhibition.  This is a competition, not all entries will be in the final exhibition.
Prizes include:
Best in Show Platinum Award
Gold Award of Excellence
Sliver Awards - up to 12
Bronze Awards - based on number of entries
Cash award goes to the top two award recipients! Best in Show receives main page slider promotion at CB, blog post at Top Art Awards, news story Art Base, digital art registration at ArtChain.Info & entry into CB's Artwork of the Year Award. + Top 14 YouTube video. All award recipients receive 3-month online group exhibition of their work, international social media exposure, Art Week and Art Base international news publications, e-blast announcement to international buyers, friends and artists + official award certificate.
Our #1 priority is to promote your work!  We do not take a commission.  All inquiries we receive will be directed to the artist.
For more information, please visit the Event Website.
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The Pastel Society Annual Exhibition 2022Call for entries for artists.
The Pastel Society is seeking the best in contemporary dry media, combining traditional skills with creative originality for their exhibition. Artists are invited and welcome to submit artwork for exhibit alongside members of The Pastel Society at their 123rd Annual Exhibition 2022. 
Eligibility
How to Submit
All work must be submitted online. Pre-selection from online entries will take place, after which pre-selected works should be delivered to Mall Galleries, London, for final selection:
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Solo, Group and/or Curated ShowsARC encourages submissions and proposals for solo exhibitions, group shows and curated shows.
ARC is run entirely by its women artist members; as a non-profit exhibition space. ARC receives some support from outside funding sources but not enough to cover our operating expenses. To provide the space and services we offer to exhibiting artists, we defray our expenses by charging exhibition fees. Each of the rental spaces in the gallery actually costs twice as much as we charge the artists. The members of the gallery and the Educational Foundation subsidize each of the spaces by an additional $750.00 each month.
Included in the rental fee:
Sale of Work:
ARC does not take commission for work sold, but instead acts as a liaison for sales.
Installation:
Professional installation and de-installation of your show by ARC Gallery's crew according to gallery guidelines (exceptions: artist's site-specific installation).
Documentation:
Shows are documented on ARC Gallery's website with the image, title and statement sent by the artist along with their website link. ARC digitally documents each show and retains the images for our gallery archives. It will then be archived, along with all of ARC Gallery's 35 years of documentation, in the Ryerson Library of the Art Institute of Chicago for future scholarly research.
Gallery Hours and Opening Reception
: ARC members staff the gallery Wednesday through Saturday from noon to 6 pm and Sunday from noon to 4 pm. A cash-donations bar is set up and maintained by ARC members during an artists™ reception.
Advertising:
Monthly listings, press releases and e-announcements are sent to our mailing list of approximately 2,000 names which is updated regularly and includes the following sources: private individuals, gallery owners, critics, collectors, colleges, newspapers, museums, radio and television stations.
 
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Call for Spring 2022 Exhibition Proposals, Gallery 263, Cambridge, MACall to artists for for exhibition proposals!
Gallery 263 is inviting both artists and curators to pitch
an exhibition for spring 2022 and bring your vision to life.
Organize and present a well-curated exhibition of contemporary art from start to finish, with guidance and support from Gallery 263 staff.
This call is open to New England artists of all media types and career levels.
Deadline
: January 9, 2022
Exhibition dates
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March 17”April 16, 2022
Apply online
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http://gallery263.com/artist-opportunities/exhibition-proposal-series/
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Akademie Schloss Solitude " Solitude Fellowship 2022/202The call for approximately 65 residency fellowships of six to twelve months in duration runs from September 1 to November 30, 2021. Akademie Schloss Solitude is an international and transdisciplinary artists™ residence. Its unique model affords artists and scientists valuable freedom to develop their work and perform research in both a physical and digital context. Akademie Schloss Solitude's wide-ranging fellowship program promotes the interrelationship of art and science across all disciplines and fields of practice. Special programs address relevant thematic focuses. Akademie Schloss Solitude provides broad public access to artistic thought and action thanks to a diverse range of public events. Residencies at Akademie Schloss Solitude enable fellows to devote themselves to their research projects under favorable material and intellectual conditions. For them, the Akademie Schloss Solitude becomes a transdisciplinary learning unit, a platform for communal learning outside the formal educational system, a place which is open to a broader and more diverse public. By experimenting with artistic research practices and new formats, the Akademie aims to change societal processes and to stimulate intergenerational discourse. More than 1,600 artists from more than 120 countries have developed and advanced projects at the Akademie since its opening in 1990, creating a close-knit, global network of Solitude alumni that expands from year to year. International artists are invited to apply from the following spheres of practice: VISUAL (visual arts and media), AURAL & PHYSICAL (music and performing arts), DIGITAL (digital art, gaming, digital journalism, digital publishing), SPATIAL (architecture and design), TEXTUAL (literature and language), SOCIETAL (education, mediation, theory), SCIENTIFIC (humanities, social, natural and economic sciences. For more information, visit www.akademie-solitude.deBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-11-30 00:00:00Check LinkArtshub

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Hopper PrizeWe are offering artist grants in the amount of $3,500 (2 available) and $1,000 (4 available). This is an international open call.All media is eligible. Grant submissions will be juried by Tyler Blackwell, Associate Curator, Blaffer Art Museum and Caitlin Julia Rubin, Associate Curator & Director of Programs, Rose Art Museum.Our open call provides you with a direct path to get your work in front of these forward thinking exhibition makers. In addition to grants, 30 artists will be selected for a shortlist. Additional exposure is available via our online Journal as well as our Instagram feed, currently reaching an audience over 61k. Deadline: November 16, 2021 Apply at https://hopperprize.orgFor more information, visit hopperprize.orgBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-11-16 00:00:00Check LinkArtshub

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A promissary note in urbanism: Hejduk's drawn and built workDetails
First of the two talks about entering the continuous foyer of architecture cosmos connecting urban fabric and landscapes, highwalks and underground, east and west, megastructures, cafes, socialist housing complexes and public thresholds.
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INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR ART, ArtMaze Magazine Anniversary Edition 25Details
Art Maze Magazine is an independent artist-run and ad-free specialist international print publication dedicated to discovering and promoting experimental and progressive contemporary art, which reflects modern society and its environment, provokes conversation and action; fosters innovation and diversity of mediums which make today's art scene so intriguing and versatile.
ELIGIBILITY: Artists are welcome to submit works in any medium: painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, photography, textile, installation, any mixed media, digital, performance and film (only jpg + link to video) etc. All visual art mediums are welcome.
Artists or any art organisations on behalf of artists from all countries are welcome to submit their works for consideration.
There is no specific theme for this call for art.
DISTRIBUTION: Physical and digital copies of ArtMaze Mag are distributed worldwide via select bookshops, galleries and through ArtMaze's online store. More info: https://artmazemag.com/shop/
DEADLINE: October 14th, 2021 (12:00 AM, midnight: end of the day 14th October " Eastern Standard Time)

GUEST CURATOR: Danny Lamb, founder of exhibition based platform @painterspaintingpaintings and ADZ gallery, based in Lisbon, Portugal
HOW TO APPLY: www.artmazemag.com/call-for-art

About ADZ gallery: Located in an original Portuguese town house in the center of Lisbon, ADZ boasts several exhibition spaces. With oak floors throughout and original sash windows bathing the space in natural light, the domestic setting has been deliberately chosen in order to offer the visitor a personal experience far away from the sterile white cube. Escapism and slowness are central to the gallery's ethos and guests are encouraged to spend time with and explore each space of the exhibition to give room for prolonged engagement and reflection. ADZ gallery will be officially opening in September 2021.
Selected artists will be asked for high resolution images and will be published in the next print and digital issue of ArtMaze Magazine. Each selected artist will receive a 2-page spread in print and digital magazine including bio&statement, website, and 2-5 featured artworks. All published artists will receive a complimentary digital issue of the magazine and will be promoted on our website/social media. Physical copies of Art Maze Magazine are printed to the highest quality in United Kingdom.
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switch 2021: open call / theme:playDetails
switch is inviting artists working with film / moving image / lens based Media, to consider an application for switch 2021 responding to the theme of Play.
switch began in 2008 showing eight works by eight artists in eight locations in Nenagh town centre. For the 13th edition of this event we are making again an open call to all artists working with film, lens based media and moving image to submit one work.
switch 2021 is eight works, eight locations, eight artists.
Scope of Proposal:
switch 2021 will be 8 lens based works by 8 artists.
These works will be installed in 8 different locations throughout the town centre of Nenagh and will run simultaneously from 4pm to midnight daily for one week.
The event itself will be accompanied by a small publication & a website.
You are invited to submit a proposal to show your lens based works. Please include a short statement describing your proposal and include a bio.
Payment:
An artist fee of Euro 225 will be paid to each artist for the showing of the work. [Please note VAT charges may be applicable.] Proposal:
Please send us your proposal to: [email protected] Closing date for proposal: Sunday 17th October 2021.
The work can be sent for viewing purposes as links to vimeo/youtube or via dropbox, wetransfer or alternative: quicktime movies & mp4's work best.
some notes:
the installed videos will be shown without sound
the video works will be situated in the public sphere
works will be shown on a constant loop from 4pm to midnight every day of the week of 7th-14th November 2020
exhibited works will be shown using a Media-player & a projector
the format of showing the work is by using large windows as projection screens.
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Open Call: 4 x artists/companies for Barra Culture's 'Engaging Barrow'Details
What can you dream up that will creatively inspire our people?
Barra Culture is part of Arts Council England's Creative People and Places programme (CPP). As part of our ˜Engaging Barrow™ artists-in-residence programme for 2021-22, this is an OPEN CALL for 4 community-engaged artists/companies working in any art form(s).
Working with either:
- A geographic community, anything from a street of 50 people up to a neighbourhood of around 3000
or

- A characteristic/identity group " teenagers, young adults, older people, physically disabled people, neurodiverse people, women, men, families with young children
and in collaboration with Barra Culture's Creative Communities team, you will deliver an exciting, distinctive, and inspirational participatory arts project in the Borough of Barrow-in-Furness.
SCHEDULE:
Application deadline: midday, Monday 18 October 2021
Selection process: w/c 25 October + w/c 1 November 2021
Project delivery: between 15 November 2021 and 31 March 2022 (to be agreed between Barra Culture, selected artist/company and local residents)
Sharing/performance/exhibition events may fall within the period above or may be scheduled in beyond March 2022.

BUDGET:
There is £8,000 available for each of these 4 projects which should cover your fees, expenses, and material costs. Some resources and labour may be contributed in-kind by partner organisations, and you will be supported throughout by the Barra Culture team.

TO APPLY:
For more information on how to apply and what to include in your expression of interest, please read the Open Call document on the Barra Culture website: https://barraculture.org.uk/
As an open organisation committed to equality and diversity, we welcome applications from people of all backgrounds and characteristics, who may be based anywhere in the world.
If you require this callout in a different format or need any other reasonable adjustments to enable you to apply or fully participate in the selection process, please contact [email protected]
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More than just a call for multidisciplinary artistsDetails
ARTErra is a art residency programme in rural Portugal.
Its a independent space to connect, to create,to reflect, to heal and to be.
This creative resource aims to provide artists from all backgrounds a place to focus and produce, to mingle with Nature and escape your routines.
If you are looking a quiet and inspiring environment to develop your art project, maybe a retreat to create is what you need.
Own your time and master your creative process in our envoirement.
For more details, check our website or drop us a line
+INFO- www.arterra.weebly.com
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National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society 2021 Fall International Online ExhibitDetails
National Oil & Acrylic Painters™ Society (NOAPS) invites oil and acrylic painters from all across North America and International Artists to apply to our exhibit honoring the Best in oil and acrylic painting. NOAPS has been showcasing the talents of oil and acrylic painters since 1991.
This is an INTERNATIONAL juried online competition open to ALL artists 18 years of age and older working in Oil and ACRYLIC medium. Both members and non-members of NOAPS may apply.
200 Artworks accepted into the show and eligible for awards
noaps "on-line international exhibition" awards

Best of Show: $1000
Second Place: $500
Third Place: $300
Best Landscape: $200.00
Best Still Life: $200.00
Best People: $200.00
Best Use of Light & Color: $200.00
Most Innovative: $200.00
Narrative Excellence: $200.00
Ten Awards of Excellence: $100
Ten Merit Awards: I year membership to NOAPS - $50.00 value

The TOP 200 artists will be given recognition on www.NOAPS.org with Artist name, artist website link and image selected for this exhibit.

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The UK Coloured Pencil Society Announces 20th Anniversary Gala ExhibitionDetails
The UK Coloured Pencil Society (UKCPS) has promoted coloured pencils as a fine art medium, supported artists who use them, and championed the art of drawing for 20 years.
To celebrate this milestone year, members of the UKCPS invited creatives from around the world to exhibit alongside them in their 20th Anniversary Gala Exhibition.
The exhibition will be open from Thursday 14 to Sunday 24 October at the Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, London, every day from 11am to 6pm and will be free to visit.
The prizes will include the Best Picture Award, worth £1,000, the Runner Up, £500, and the Colored Pencil Society of America Award for Excellence, $500.
Alongside the main exhibition of 250 shortlisted works, the UKCPS will be presenting 2020 Reframed, a selection of artworks that qualified for their 2020 Open Exhibition, but were never before exhibited in person due to the pandemic.
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PLATFORM - Artist Residency: Call For SubmissionsDetails
PLATFORM is a residency for three emerging local artists looking to develop their practice. Over six weeks, Surface will provide the space and resources to help the artists create new work, and the environment to support reflective thinking and development. The residency will culminate in a group exhibition at Surface in the new year, the artists will have regular group crits and support sessions to build towards this goal.
We are keen to receive submissions that are innovative and critically informed, that are willing to be developed and pushed further.
Surface is an arts collective based on mutually supportive professional development; we support emerging and mid-career artists, and people wishing to work in the arts sector. This residency will help us in achieving this key objective, as we move towards fully reopening our gallery spaces.
Each artist will receive:
· An £800 bursary to support their practice.
· Studio space.
· Regular mentoring from the Surface team.
· Technical support and help.
· Participation in a group exhibition.
Deadline for applications: 26th October 2021
Artists notified: 29th October 2021
Residency start date: 9th November 2021
Residency end date: 21st December 2021
Exhibition start date: 14th January 2022
Exhibition end date: 29th January 2022
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Art Fair East 2021Details
We are now accepting applications for our December 2021 event.
ART FAIR EAST is an important art fair for the East of England. Our mission is to showcase respected galleries, dealers and artists to an Eastern region audience of art collectors, businesses and art professionals. Our next fair returns to the spectacular setting of The Halls, a well-known events venue at the heart of Norwich city centre.
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Open Call VII Festival Video nodoCCSDetails
The word node can refer to different concepts depending on the field in which we move. Since we started being nodoCCS, our realities have transformed at an exponential rate, changing our way of being, thinking and interacting and modifying our expectations about our role and about the world around us.
nodoCCS presents itself as an open, artist-run platform that seeks to "create and maintain spaces" in which diverse groups and communities feel welcome to become more than the sum of their parts, and to shape porous spaces that explore the worlds of our existence, from different perspectives.
As every year we will bring together an eclectic and diverse group of people to share their videos. Poets, explorers, artists, the misrepresented and the forgotten will be part of the journey, creating digital content that will lead to offline and online events in Caracas and/or beyond.
We will practice new ways of coming together, expanding the scope of our imagination through new ways of collaborating to create and maintain spaces around video with the intention of finding urgent issues that inspire and concern us all.
Last year's experience inspired us to go beyond the gallery space and expand the physical locations of our screenings, generate global dynamics, new ways to collaborate and above all articulate our work to this new reality. This year's Festival programming will feature online viewing rooms, panel discussions with selected authors, experimental rooms and face-to-face events that will take place between November and December 2021, a hybrid programming that everyone can be part of no matter where they are physically located.
The VII Festival de Video nodoCARACAS takes these ideas as a basis to propose its VII Video Festival, which by reinventing itself once again reaffirms its intention to "hold spaces'' for the encounter in a fragmented and strange world that inspires us to continue creating.
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OPEN CALL 2021
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Fill out the form to be part of the VII nodoCCS Video Festival 2021
CALL FOR ENTRIES VII nodoCCS Video Festival
Open until OCTOBER 30, 2021
1. A maximum of 1 video per artist or collective of any theme and in any language may be submitted, although preferably subtitled in Spanish and English. The duration of the video should not exceed 6 minutes.
The selected works will be part of the programming of the VII nodoCCS 2021 Video Festival, which will take place in 2021 in different spaces and formats, both online and in person.
When you agree to participate, you acknowledge that the videos will be presented to a wider audience and you agree to be part of the new spaces and initiatives developed by nodoCCS to expand its visibility. They may be included in international curatorships that will travel to different cities with which we collaborate annually.
2. The works will be selected by a jury of international specialists coordinated by nodoCCS to be screened during the exhibitions and festivals.
3. The submission of the works implies that the artists authorize the projection of their works by the means that nodoCCS considers for its diffusion. The copyright of the work is the exclusive property of the artist who has made the work and who, in case of being selected by nodoCCS, allows its exhibition and diffusion. The screenings will always be free of charge.
4. PRESELECTION: The videos must be online, either in open, or in private version with password access.
5. SELECTION: Selected artists will be contacted by email in November 2021 and will be asked to send a digital file in the highest quality format, preferably MOV HD or MP4 HD.
6. COST: The participation in the call will have an open price that we will take as a donation to be able to carry out the management tasks, support the invited artists and collaborate with the installation costs of the festival. Therefore, there will be a donation option starting at $5.00.
7. The submission of material implies the acceptance of these rules and any aspect not contemplated in these regulations will be resolved by nodoCCS.
8. The WINNER will be announced on the first day of the festival and will be paid $100.
9. If the artist is not able to make the donation for the participation in the call, but wishes to participate by proposing a video, he/she can contact us at [email protected]
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Professional Photography of Your ArtworkDetails
Professional art photographer available to take high quality photographs of your artwork. I have experience in photographing a range of artworks & exhibitions for galleries. I can photograph your work in my studio or travel within London. Please get in touch if you would like to discuss further & I can provide you with a quote.
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GILBERT BAYES AWARD 2022Details
The Gilbert Bayes Award for early career sculptors is given annually by the Society to a small group of outstandingly talented sculptors.
Selected by the sculptor members of the Society's Board and a guest judge, the award provides vital support during what can be a difficult transition from study to professional practice.
The award is open to sculptors of any age or nationality, with or without formal training and working in any style of media.
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Open Call - What Is Art IIIDetails
What Is Art, What Makes It Valuable?
While some artists are keeping a very traditional approach to art, others are taking risks into the unknown and there has always been a constant debate about What Is Art and what makes it valuable.
In contemporary world success can be seen in both approaches, great examples are Damien Hirst and David Hockney, two of the worlds most famous and richest artists and yet with such a different approach to contemporary art.
The purpose of this exhibition is to create a dialogue between different approaches to contemporary art and to demonstrate that either way can be successful.
This Exhibition Will Take Place At Our Newly Opened Space In Tower Bridge.
The new space is located in Tower bridge, one of most iconic places in the world and the most visited place in the whole UK.
The space is nestled between modern and classic London icons: The Shard 4 minutes away, Tower Bridge 1 minute away, London Bridge 2 minutes away.
With a blend of traditional Victorian brick walls and a central private bar just for our audience, the space is unique in the whole city of London.
There are no subject restrictions just a couple of guidelines.
Submission Guidelines- Please read carefully.
To apply simply email us 3 images of your work (3 different works) Title_ Size_ Medium_ Price and a short bio, no more than 150 words at [email protected]
Eligible media but not limited:
painting | sculpture | photography | digital art | Installation | video | prints | textile | illustrations | etc
To make a submission is absolutely free but we do charge a £165 fee for each participating artist as we only charge 15% sales commission and that includes:
printed catalogs | admin | graphic designer | champagne | caviar | professional photographer | hostess | security | bartender.
Important dates:
- the open call will run until 02 November.
- artworks delivery date is 11 November.
- the exhibition will run from 12 November until 18 November with a private view on 12 November- 6:00 to 9:00 pm at our gallery space in Tower Bridge London.
Alternatives.
We had a lot of enquires from foreign artists to exhibit with us but sometimes shipping the work to London in time might be a bit difficult in this challenging period, that's why we™ve come up with an alternative! If you are one of the accepted artist and you find it hard to ship your work to us, you can send us photos of your work and we can print and frame it for you at no additional cost.
We have 3 available sizes for the frame:
32/32 cm
30/40 cm
40/50 cm
Event.
This will be a physical event and it will take place in our new gallery space in Tower Bridge- London.
Beverage.
Champagne, Cocktails and Beluga caviar.
Important.
As we run multiple open calls, please make sure you include in the email line the open call you apply for.
Good luck to you all!
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Orbit Art Gallery - STAGE 1 -Details
All media are accepted, this project moving up for an international contact for the best vision of our mind.
Orbit Art Gallery it's an expositive project actually on line and offer an international view, possibility to expose and selling your artwork and opera without further percentages on the sale.
Free to partecipate at the selection.
If you're selected the partecipation fee is 20,00‚¬ (covers the costs of organizing the site and the publication work)
In all exhibition is comprense the pubblication with your biography, photo biography, artworks and contacts.
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PASSEPARTOUT PHOTO PRIZE 4th Edition - EARLYBIRD DEADLINEDetails
Passepartout Photo Prize aims to support the development of talented photographers from all over the world by providing 1,000 euros in monetary awards every year, exhibition opportunities in a prestigious venue in the heart of Rome, Italy, publication opportunities and more.
Among the jurors are the American photographer Richard Tuschman, GUP Magazine editor Erik Vroons and professionals from different backgrounds that bring various perspectives into our selection process.
This is a perfect platform to start your career in contemporary art and photography industries on an i
The annual exhibition took place in Rome, Italy, from 8th to 22th September. The exhibition has been hosted by 28 Piazza di Pietra Gallery, an international fine art gallery specialized in contemporary art of both emerging and established international artists. The gallery is located in the historic center of Rome where local and international visitors and art collectors gather. This modern gallery beautifully integrated and built on the ancient ruin of the Hadrian Temple structure is an impeccable site to display artworks of many genres.
nternational scale.
Every year, we announce multiple calls for entries and select a winner of each edition who will be awarded 500 euros. Plus, all the participants will have another chance to be selected for our annual collective exhibition and the annual catalogue.

It is an open theme contest. Photographic works of any kind of artistic style, size and technique (digital, film and experimental processes, digital collages and other mixed media) are accepted.
The application is open to photographers from all over the world without any age limit.
Passepartout embraces innovative and original approaches to contemporary photography.
We welcome various artistic languages applied to the photographic image, including, but not limited to, experimentation and fusion of different genres.
AWARDS
Passepartout Photo Prize: 500 euros
Exhibition Prize: Participation in our collective annual exhibition in Rome, Italy
Catalogue Prize: Featuring in our annual publication
Sponsored Prizes:
Fuori Gamut Prize - Large-format print of your work
CSF Adams Prize - Portfolio review and workshop
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Early Bird entry fee: 18 euros for 3 photographs. You can submit up to 7 photographs with an additional 4 euros per piece.
Early Bird deadline: November 8th, 2021
Regular entry fee: 22 euros for 3 photographs. You can submit up to 7 photographs with an additional 4 euros per piece.
Final deadline: January 14th, 2022
Theme: Open theme - photographic works of any kind of artistic style, size and technique (digital, film and experimental processes) are accepted.
SUMBIT HERE https://www.passepartoutprize.com/form-view/2
Announcement of the winners: February 2022
Announcement of the photographer selected for the exhibition and catalogue: Spring 2022
Passepartout Annual Exhibition: Fall 2022
Organized by: Il Varco Srls
Partner gallery: 28 Piazza di Pietra " Fine Art Gallery (Rome, Italy)
Partners: Centro Sperimentale di Fotografia (CSF) Adams, Fuori Gamut " officina di stampa fine art, Greyout Studio, Rosini Cornici
Media Partner: GUP Magazine
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So to Speak Spring 2022 Annual Contest SubmissionsDetails
We are looking for visual art from various identities and backgrounds. So to Speak seeks work by artists who want to challenge and change the identity of the canonical artist. Our mission at So to Speak is to provide a digital and print platform to amplify the voices of BIPOC, people with disabilities, LGBTQ+ people, nonbinary people, women, neurodivergent people, people of all different religions or none, migrants, refugees & immigrants (regardless of citizenship), and incarcerated artists.
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Exhibitors WantedDetails
Art On Scotland is a progressive social enterprise which enables artists and makers to promote and sell their work directly to the public. It is a unique outdoor art market led by artists for artists, based at the prestigious Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow. ˜Art On the Exchange™ offers an affordable platform for artists to exhibit and sell work, engage with customers in person and connect directly with their audience.
We are looking for exhibitors for our winter art markets. We have limited availability now and our spaces are mainly for weekdays.
Please book via the website or email us for more information.
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Seeking Digital Artists and MusiciansDetails
Syntropy States is a small digital arts start-up with a big vision. We™re creating a platform that brings together the digital arts with breathwork, relaxation and meditation.
We™re passionate about the role that art and music can play in people's health and happiness and we want to help digital artists and musicians play a meaningful role in helping to heal our broken, stressed society. And that's where you come in.
We™re looking for artists and musicians who want to share their work in meaningful ways to help social wellbeing by creating accessible art and music that provides a way to relax, reconnect and revitalise in an accessible way. Specifically, we are seeking to commission 14 short audio visual videos to be hosted on our forthcoming app Syntropy. Syntropy is a new and exciting way for the digital arts to not only entertain, but to also serve as an effective and widely available digital health tool.
Each visual and audio selection will receive £200, along with promotion, exposure to a large and growing audience and a digital arts residency within the Syntropy app and website.
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The Football Art Prize Now Is Calling for EntriesDetails
The Football Art Prize is a brand-new exhibition opportunity celebrating art and football, and giving artists from around the world the chance to show their work to a prestigious panel of judges, including artists, curators and football players; exhibit on a tour to three venues, Touchstones Rochdale, Sheffield's Millennium Gallery and Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens and win £10,000 in cash and purchase prizes " with more awards to be announced shortly.
The shortlist will be selected by a judging panel including: David James, footballer; Jo Cunningham, curator; Kirstie Hamilton, curator; Mark Doyle, curator; Mark Wallinger, artist; Sacha Craddock, writer, critic, broadcaster
Artists may submit up to four works at £10 for the first entry and £5 for each additional entry. Artists entering from a Rochdale, Sheffield or Sunderland postcode will have a reduced fee of £7.50 for the first entry.
Key information:
- Awards: over £10,000
- Mediums: 2 dimensional artworks, including painting, drawing, photography, video, digital art, collage, mixed media, textile and more.
- Who can enter: international artists over the age of 18
- Deadline: Friday 19 November, 5pm
- Venues: Touchstones Rochdale, Millennium Gallery, Sheffield and Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens.
Prizes Details:
- First Prize: £5,000
- Second Prize: £3,000
- Third Prize: £2,000
Entry Fee: £10
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Have you products in our shop in Zone 1Details
Fancy selling your products in Zone 1 of London? We™re delighted to announce that SoLo Craft Fair will have a two year residency at Elephant Stores in Elephant and Castle. Elephant Stores is Elephant Park's homegrown dedicated multi-use space supporting and connecting local independent retailers. We™ll be here for two years (to late 2023), providing smaller entrepreneurs an opportunity to establish and grow their businesses.. Our shop will play host to 60 of the best makers in London, selling everything from fashion to homeware to accessories and beyond.
To apply, please go here: http://www.solocraftfair.com/join-our-solo-craft-fair-shop
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Near Now Ideas Fund Open Call - Awards of up to £2,000 per proposal to support cDetails
We are offering up to £2,000 per proposal to support creative research and development (R&D) activity that is enabled or inspired by technology. Artists and creatives based in the Midlands, UK, who are not in full-time or part-time education can apply.
The R&D activity you propose should involve any, or all, of the following types of activity:
Learning - Workshop, course, tutorials, working with a mentor.
Playing - Experimenting with tools, techniques or technologies.
Prototyping - Making rough examples to test.
Testing - Presenting your ideas, prototypes or work in progress.
Some example of what we can support are:
— Digital and visual artworks
— Interactive and immersive experiences or performance
— Video or audio works
— Products and services
Applications will close at 11:59PM on Tuesday 30th November 2021 or when the funds are exhausted, whichever comes sooner and the R&D activity will be between now and March 2022.
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Unlike Portrait Awards Photo CompetitionDetails
The Unlike Portrait Awards is an annual photo contest for talented amateur and professional portrait photographers from all corners of the world. With 24 awards, 8 different categories and 4 specialised jury members, the organisation rewards the best and brightest professionals.
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The Pastel Society Annual Exhibition 2022 Call for EntriesDetails
Artists are invited to submit work for exhibition alongside members of The Pastel Society at their 123rd Annual Exhibition 2022
The Pastel Society seeks the best in contemporary dry media, combining traditional skills with creative originality for their annual exhibition.
The Society accepts pastels, oil pastels, charcoal, pencil, conté, sanguine, or any dry media.
There are more than fifteen prizes and awards on offer, many especially for non-member artists.
Eligibility:
- Any artist over 18 may submit.
- Acceptable media: Pastels, oil pastels, charcoal, pencil, conté, sanguine, or any dry media.
- Submission fee: £20 per work (or £14 per work for artists aged 35 or under).
- Maximum of six works submitted. Maximum of four works selected.
- Work must have been completed during the twelve months prior to the exhibition and not have been exhibited elsewhere.
- Works should not be larger than 2.4m along the longest dimension.
- All work must be for sale. Minimum price: £300.
- The price of works must include 45%+VAT commission.
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$550.00 Innovate Grants ” Call for Artists + PhotographersDetails
FALL 2021 OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS ” Innovate Grant awards (2) $550.00 grants each quarter, to one Visual Artist and one Photographer. In addition to receiving a grant award, winners will be featured and recognized on our website and join a growing community of vibrant and talented artists. For more information and to apply visit https://innovateartistgrants.org
Innovate Grant supports artists and photographers through quarterly grants. We've simplified the grant process, so that artists and photographers can focus on making their innovative work. The work should speak for itself and our application reflects that.
How to Apply: Visual Artists and Photographers 18 years and older, from all around the world, are eligible to apply. All media and genres are accepted. All applicants retain the right to the work they submit. Apply today at https://innovateartistgrants.org
Recent Innovate Grant Recipients:
Joanna Wierzbicka
Switzerland Summer Grant Recipient " Art
Joseph Rovegno
New York, NY Summer Grant Recipient " Photography
Parham Ghalamdar
Manchester, United Kingdom Spring Grant Recipient " Art
Trenity Thomas
New Orleans, LA Spring Grant Recipient " Photography
Explore the work of ALL Past Innovate Grant recipients and read their interviews at https://innovateartistgrants.org
Category: Multiple disciplines and genres accepted
Deadline: Dec 14, 2021
Region: US & International
Awards: $550.00 USD Grants
Apply Online Today
https://innovateartistgrants.org
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Bedwyr Williams: MILQUETOASTDetails
This major new body of work by Welsh artist Bedwyr Williams satirizes the art world through sculpture, video, painting and drawing.
The exhibition also includes his witty and acerbic autobiographical Instagram drawings in which he parodies and punctures contemporary society and the culture sector.
Williams sends up this ˜fascinating circus™, from real-life hierarchies and aesthetics to online spats and humble bragging.
Bedwyr Williams™ MILQUETOAST is a Southwark Park Galleries touring exhibition in partnership with TÅ· Pawb, Wrexham, Aberystwyth Arts Centre and KARST, Plymouth. It opens at KARST on Friday 24 September and will be on display until 18 December.
Free entry.
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FALL/WINTER RESIDENCY 2021Details
After the success of our first in-person season post COVID, and upon the lifting of restrictions, we invite you to join us at our upstate NY campus for another immersive retreat. A large Victorian home, a big white barn and a textile mill turned studio space await your creative practice. Away from the distractions of life, surrounded by woods, hiking and lakes this is a perfect place to spend a couple of weeks or even your whole winter. As a part of a creative community you can choose to focus on a solo project, or embrace the opportunity to explore collaborations with your fellow residents.
Accepting new applicants on a rolling basis. Participating artists in this program will be oered studio space and a private room for a reduced $250 a week. During this time each resident will be fully independent, yet co-exist in shared space.
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Open Call for Galleries + Projects + ArtistsDetails
Be part of one of Europe's most important fairs for emerging art
We are pleased to announce the open call for Discovery Art Fair Cologne 2022.
Interested galleries, art projects, professional artists and art photographers are invited to apply for participation.
Among art-interested public and experts the Discovery Art Fairs have long been established as platforms for the discovery of international and emerging contemporary art. The economical booth prices and booth sizes starting from 10 sqm ensure that young and up-and-coming artists, art projects and galleries alike can gain access to the international art market and participate actively in the international art scene.
Reserve your booth now at next year's Discovery Art Fair Cologne. The seventh edition of the popular art fair will be held from April 28th to May 1st, 2022 in the heart of Germanys most traditional art metropolis. Take advantage of the prosperous capital and art collector density in Cologne, the Rhineland and neighbouring Benelux countries. 
In 2022, the Discovery Art Fair will once again be held at XPOST Köln, a former post office building in the heart of Cologne. Annually, the popular fair format attracts around 10,000 visitors there.
Apply by the end of December if you would like to present your programme at one of Europe's most important art markets.
Click here for the free online application. (https://discoveryartfair.com/register/#!/)
For further information please visit discoveryartfair.com or contact the Discovery Art Fair team: [email protected]
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Submission Calls for AnthologiesDetails
Founded in 2019, Auroras & Blossoms promotes positive, uplifting and inspirational written and visual art, and give artists (ages 13 and over) of all levels a platform where they can showcase their work and build their publishing credits.
A&B runs regular submission calls for digital anthologies, a monthly show, a year-long artistic movement, and an artist collective. The content is fully family-friendly.
A&B is currently seeking submissions for three anthologies:
1. PoArtMo Anthology (Volume 2) - The PoArtMo Anthology (Volume 2) celebrates the most positive / inspirational art created in 2019-2021. Types of art: six word stories, essays, flash fiction, short stories, photography, paintings, drawings, and poetry. Ages 17 and over. Submission fee: $6 per piece or $15 for 3 pieces. Payment: ongoing royalties + complimentary PDF copy of anthology. Deadline: December 31, 2021.
Link: https://abpositiveart.com/poartmo-anthology.
2. PoArtMo Anthology: 13-16 Year-Old Artists Edition - The PoArtMo Anthology: 13-16 Year-Old Artists Edition celebrates the most positive / inspirational art created by young artists in 2020-2021. Types of art: six word stories, essays, flash fiction, short stories, photography, paintings, drawings, and poetry. Must be 16 by deadline. No submission fee, one piece per artist only. Deadline: December 31, 2021.
Link: https://abpositiveart.com/13-16-year-old-artists/
3. Written in a Flash Anthology - Written in a Flash Anthology: A Collection of Positive Stories is a new project that seeks to highlight the most inspirational / positive short stories and flash fiction pieces created in 2019-2021. Genres accepted: thriller, mystery, fantasy, science-fiction, historical fiction, contemporary fiction, young adult, humor, and nonfiction. Ages 17 and over. Submission fee: $6 per piece or $15 for 3 pieces. Payment: ongoing royalties + complimentary PDF copy of anthology. Deadline: December 31, 2021.
Link: https://abpositiveart.com/written-flash-anthology/.
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A Retreat in Princes' Islands - Tab Residency Winter/Spring ApplicationsDetails
Organization:
Tab Residency program offers artists a residential space to devote time and focus on creating both individually and collectively. We can no longer offer an exhibition at the end of the residency period since the gallery space has been closed down in March 2020.
Duration:
Tab Residency, founded and run by artists, is open to all contemporary artists throughout the year. We accept residencies minimum one to maximum three months long. The residency periods are organized with open calls for six month periods and applications are accepted before the deadline of the open calls.
Accommodation:
The Princes´ Islands is an archipelago off the Anatolian coast of Ä°stanbul, Turkey, mostly car free, naturally and historically preserved area. Ten minutes walk from Büyükada port, the residency building is a shared building with four stories, one floor for the studio spaces, one floor for accommodation rooms, one floor for common spaces such as kitchen and living room, also there is a garden.
Studios:
The residency studios does not contain any specific workshops so they can be used for many kinds of production. The studios are organized considering the needs of each artist. Please feel free to ask for other equipment or tools besides listed, depending on your needs. Disciplines involved can be visual arts, industrial design, fashion, interior design, conceptual art, literary arts, architecture, new media, performing arts (the artist should consider the size of the studio space), multi disciplinary works, any kind of recycle, upcycle or reuse projects.
Disciplines:
Visual Art
New Media
Animation
Printmaking
Curatorial
Film Making
Architecture
Sculpture
Ceramics
Performing Arts
Textile Art
Music
Literature
etc..
Tools:
Internet Connection
Electronics tools, printer, scanner, basic painting equipment, well equipped toolbox (drill, jigsaw, dremel, bench grinder...) and various materials to be reused for upcycle and recycle projects.
Musical Instruments
Library
Office
Kitchen
Computer
Woodworking Tools
What is expected of the artist:
Donation of an artwork is not mandatory but will be appreciated.
The artist should straighten out the needs and style of production beforehand.
The artist should provide information about old works and exhibitions.
A residency fee of 500 euros monthly should be paid before the beginning of the residency.
What are the benefits of the program:
The residency in Büyükada offers the artists a quiet and peaceful living and working opportunity, very close to the charming chaos İstanbul.
The artist will have the chance to experience the cultural and historical city of Ä°stanbul.
To be able to take part in the contemporary art events and meet local artists.
How to apply:
The applications are accepted via e-mail.
[email protected]
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Be a part of the Indie Maker's Shopping GuideDetails
Be a part of the Indie Maker's Shopping Guide, take advantage of SoLo Craft Fair's growing customer base, and improve your product's SEO! We offer various subscriptions depending on the number of products you'd like to advertise. Ads include a product pic, price, shipping info and direct link to the product site, allowing buyers to browse and buy direct. We™ll also include items in our newsletter (2k+) and on our social media channels (8k+) for extra exposure!
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Open Call | Per Cent for Art Commission " St. Mary's Secondary School BallinaSt. Mary's Secondary School, Ballina, Co. Mayo, invites proposals for the commission of an Artwork / Artworks to be funded under the Per Cent for Art Scheme in connection with our new school building. Artists / Architects / Designers are invited to tender for the project in a two-stage process. Proposals are welcome from both individuals and collectives, and from those working across a range of disciplines and a broad scope of creative approaches. We are interested in physical artwork(s) that integrate into and enhance the public spaces of our school, within the building and / or on the extensive exterior grounds. We welcome proposals that have an interactive and / or engaging element and that are vibrant and innovative in design / approach. We envisage that within the budget, a public art project that results in one or multiple physical artworks may be commissioned by an individual or a collective. Budget
The value of the commission is ‚¬43,500 including VAT and taxes.Stage One Deadline
Friday November 19th 2021 at 12:00pm Brief
This is a two-stage open competition. Proposals will be short-listed for development in Stage Two. A fee of ‚¬300 will be paid to short-listed artists for further development of their proposal. Please read the brief for further details about the commission, location and school community.Brief: St._MarysBallina Per for Art Brief_2021.pdf The brief, site maps, and a virtual tour of the new building are available on the school website:https://stmarysballina.ie/Page/New-School-Development/372/Index.htmlSite Visit
Wednesday October 13th 2021 at 2:30pm. Places will be limited. Please book your place by Friday October 8th at 12:00pm by contacting the Curator, Yvonne Cullivan, at [email protected] ProcessStage One Submissions should include the following:— An outline of the approach to the commission and initial ideas prompted by the brief (no more than two A4 pages)
— A paragraph outlining why you are applying for this commission and how it links with your practice, highlighting the most relevant experience to this commission (guideline: 250 words)
— A proposed budget and timeline
— An up to date C.V. outlining experience of relevance
— 5 examples of recent / relevant work e.g. jpegs (150 dpi is preferable), links to mpegs, mp4s and / or project websites. Please label all images / linksSubmissions should be sent in one PDF attachment to: [email protected] Stage One applications, a shortlist of individuals / collectives will be selected. The panel has the right to clarify any issues which may arise in the course of selection. Those shortlisted will be provided with a development fee of ‚¬300 to support them in developing a detailed proposal for Stage Two. A brief will be provided outlining submission requirements and selection criteria.Selection Panel
The selection panel will consist of members of the Per Cent for Art Steering Committee including staff, management and student representatives, and at least two professional artists / arts managers. The selection panel reserves the right not to commission, if the panel so judges, and to re-advertise, invite or commission directly, or to select more than one individual / collective and to divide the budget.Queries
All queries should be directed to Yvonne at:
[email protected] for Queries
Friday November 12th 2021 at 12:00pm. All queries should be directed to the Curator.
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RenovArt | 100 Artists for the FutureApuliaAste is pleased to present the 1st edition of RenovArt | 100 Artists for the Future, the curatorial project dedicated to the best national and international artistic talents. The curatorial project will be presented in prestigious exhibition spaces and historic buildings in Puglia and Basilicata from November 2021 to April 2022.More info:https://www.apuliaaste.com/en-gb/progetto-artisti October 31, 2021Italy
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YICCA 21/22 | International Contest of Contemporary ArtThe competition's aim is to promote the enrolled artists, giving them chance to join the international market of contemporary art.Internationality and networking make YICCA a huge opportunity for the artists, which can:¢ Win a cash prize:" Euro 3000,00 money prize to the first selected" Euro 1000,00 money prize to the second selected¢ Promote their art through a variety of channels:" exhibit the selected artworks in an exhibition space, determined by competition." improve the relationship between finalists and critics, curators, gallery owners, public and private art institutions that will have access to this important exhibition." have maximum visibility through the advertising campaign that will follow the competition and all its stages.DATES AND DEADLINESJune 25, 2021: Beginning of subscriptionsNovember 10, 2021: Subscriptions deadlineDecember 3, 2021: Notification of winning artworksThe jury's final decision will lead to a selection of 18 artists that will participate in the final exhibition.YICCAInternational Contest of Contemporary Artwww.yicca.orgwww.contest.yicca.orgFINAL EXHIBITION8-22 JANUARY 2022LUCIANA MATALON FOUNDATIONForo Buonaparte, 67 20121 Milan " ItalyHomeThe FoundationThe Luciana Matalon Foundation was established in the year 2000. Inspired by Luciana Matalon, the foundation was created to provide an international space for innovative ideas and to create an opportunity of artistic visual, emotional and mental enrichment.In its headquarters, the foundation hosts historical and contemporary exhibitions of paintings, sculpture and photography.It also organizes meetings, conferences and cultural events such as; book fairs, chamber music concerts and theatrical performances.In recent years, the Luciana Matalon foundation has built relationships with the East, by welcoming exhibition projects from Japan (Tokyo & Yokohama), Korea and China (Hong Kong) by promoting its exhibitions.The museum area also guarantees a space-time continuity of the work of Luciana Matalon (a multifaceted artist, painter, sculptor & jewelry maker). A complete documents™ archive which dates more than 50 years of Activity in America, Europe and Japan is also available.The museum itself is a work of artfully designed by the artist, its main characteristic is the flooring which consists of a pictorial intervention that uses resins and optical fibers that welcome the author's reflections.. 11/10/2021Italy
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Henry Hering Art and Architecture AwardThe Henry Hering Art and Architecture Award is presented by the National Sculpture Society for outstanding collaboration between architect, owner and sculptor in the distinguished use of sculpture in an architectural project.The jury is looking for excellence in an architectural project in which the architect collaborated with the sculptor and owner of a site. The jury is composed of two sculptors and one architect.A winning entry will receive three medals and three hand-lettered citations " one each for architect, owner and sculptor.The award will be presented at NSS™ 2022 Sculpture Conference. November 1, 2021Onlineazarts

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Artist's Book Residency Grant | Women's Studio WorkshopThe Artist's Book Grant is a six- to eight-week residency for artists to produce a limited-edition book work. Working intensively in the Women's Studio Workshop studios, artists print and bind their own books, and are encouraged to create an edition size no larger than 100 and no smaller than 50.The grant includes a stipend of $350/week, up to $750 for materials, up to $250 for travel within the continental U.S., free onsite housing, and 24/7 studio access. WSW can provide technical advice; training on new equipment, techniques, and materials; and production assistance. November 15, 2021Onlineazarts

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GRAMMY Museum GrantsWith funding provided by the Recording Academy, the GRAMMY Museum Grants Program awards grants each year to organizations and individuals to support efforts that advance the archiving and preservation of the music and recorded sound heritage of North America, and research projects related to the impact of music on the human condition.The GRAMMY Museum awards grants in 3 categories: Scientific Research, Preservation Implementation, and Preservation Assistance. November 1, 2021Onlineazarts

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Open Submissions to Deadbeat Poets SocietyDBPS is open for Submissions. Please email us at[email protected].We accept writing, art pieces, music and potentially more.Visit us atdeadbeatpoets-az.com Open until filledOnlineazarts

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Forests & Meadows Art ContestGrey Cube Gallery proudly presents the second Monochrome online art contest for the month of November 2021. Artists from around the world are welcome to submit. The gallery invites artists and photographers to share their artistic vision using any work with interpretation of natural environment (forests, meadows, farmlands, savannas). All winning artists will receive a digital award certificate. Winning artwork (Best of Show) will be on the poster of the show. $16 for 2 images, $30 for 4 images, $42 for 6 images, and $50 for up to 8 images. Deadline: October 28, 2021. October 28, 2021Onlineazarts

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Innovate Grants for Artists + PhotographersFALL 2021 OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS ” Innovate Grant awards (2) $550.00 grants each quarter, to one Visual Artist and one Photographer. In addition to receiving a grant award, winners will be featured and recognized on our website and join a growing community of vibrant and talented artists. For more information and to apply visithttps://innovateartistgrants.orgInnovate Grant supports artists and photographers through quarterly grants. We™ve simplified the grant process, so that artists and photographers can focus on making their innovative work. The work should speak for itself and our application reflects that.How to Apply: Visual Artists and Photographers 18 years and older, from all around the world, are eligible to apply. All media and genres are accepted. All applicants retain the right to the work they submit. Apply today athttps://innovateartistgrants.orgRecent Innovate Grant Recipients:Joanna WierzbickaSwitzerland Summer Grant Recipient " ArtJoseph RovegnoNew York, NY Summer Grant Recipient " PhotographyParham GhalamdarManchester, United Kingdom Spring Grant Recipient " ArtTrenity ThomasNew Orleans, LA Spring Grant Recipient " PhotographyExplore the work of ALL Past Innovate Grant recipients and read their interviews athttps://innovateartistgrants.orgCategory: Multiple disciplines and genres acceptedDeadline: Dec 14, 2021Region: US & InternationalAwards: $550.00 USD GrantsApply Online Todayhttps://innovateartistgrants.org December 14, 2021 at 11:59 PM Pacific Standard TimeOnlineazarts

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Call to Artists | International Open/No Theme Art CompetitionContemporary Art Gallery Online has opened the Open/No Theme Art Competition and Exhibition. Entries are accepted from October 4th, 2021, to October 31st, 2021. Contemporary Art Gallery Online encourages entries from all 2D and 3D artists regardless of their experience or education in the art field. An exhibition of all entrants will be held online from November 3rd to November 30th, 2021. Artists should submit their best representational and non-representational art. This competition will be judged within three categories: Paintings/Drawings, Photography/Digital Art, and Mixed Media/3-Dimensional Art. Competition Results posted: November 15th, 2021.Entry Fee: $15 for up to three images, $25 for up to five images and $35 for up to eight. Funds in US Dollars.Prizes include Memberships to Contemporary Art Gallery Online, Extensive Marketing, Winner's Certificates, Inclusion in the Annual Anthology Publication, Event Collateral and much more.To read the complete Prospectus:https://www.contemporaryartgalleryonline.gallery/2021-art-competition-open-no-themeApplication link:https://tinyurl.com/NoTheme2021 10/31/2021Onlineazarts

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Rise | Call For Art SubmissionsCreate! Magazine is thrilled to invite Visual Artists to submit their work to a Juried International Virtual Exhibition curated by Erika B Hess, Painter, Curator and Host of the podcast I Like Your Work.THEME: RiseAfter a series of setbacks or a difficult season as artists, we often use our work to rise again. Art can be a form of healing, processing current events, or overcoming a personal struggle. What does it mean for you to rise again and again? What role does art play in your resiliency?We are thrilled to invite you to participate in our juried virtual exhibition exploring this topic. We welcome all media, and the theme is open to the artist's interpretation.About Our Guest CuratorErika b Hess (www.erikabhess.com) is a painter, curator and host of the podcast I Like Your Work. Hess's work includes paintings and drawings about gender, motherhood and the environment. She is represented by Contemporary Art Matters in Columbus, OH. Recent exhibitions include Summer in the City curated by Contemporary Art Matters and an upcoming solo exhibition at Marietta College. Hess's work has been exhibited nationally including NYC, Brooklyn, Detroit, L.A., Boston and Philadelphia.Her work has been featured in various publications and she has served on panels such as Cleveland Institute of Art's, Feminism Now: Exposing the Truth, Boston University, Building Collaborative Art Spaces, and is frequently lectures at colleges such as Wellesley University, Massachusetts College of Art & Design, Missouri State University, Eastern Michigan University, and many others.In addition to her artwork, Hess is an active juror and curator for various publications and institutions. Hess was a co-founder of Musa Collective, an artist collective in Boston and is the creator and host of I Like Your Work podcast, a podcast dedicated to interviewing artists, curators and collectors. She currently writes an art column for Art SHE Makes Magazine.Hess received her MFA from Boston University.This open call is an opportunity to submit your work for consideration for a curated virtual group show. If chosen, your work will be included in a virtual exhibition through Create! Magazine and promoted to our broad audience of international readers, collectors, and followers.About Create! MagazineCreate! Magazine was originally published in 2013 out of the need for emerging artists to showcase their work. Through collaborations with leading galleries, art fairs, curators, and art world professionals, we have grown into a powerful platform that is deeply committed to supporting emerging artists on their path to success and helping them achieve greater visibility in the art world.This professionally curated exhibition will be made available to viewers and collectors virtually through our website. We will highlight individual selected works by each artist from the show on our social media profiles: Instagram 182k+ followers and Facebook 54k+ followers.Create! Magazine has previously partnered with Colossal, Superfine Art Fairs, Art Miami Fairs, Affordable Art Fair, The Jealous Curator, Showfields, and more. We have curated exhibitions in national universities and galleries such as Hastings College and Paradigm Gallery and are now excited to extend this opportunity to our international community of artists online.Please note that there is a curatorial fee that goes towards supporting our community and helping provide opportunities for artists, writers, and curators. If you are unable to pay at this time, we understand and urge you to apply to our blog instead. Remember that you may always submit to our blog for free, and we will be happy to review your work. Send 3-5 images, your artist biography, statement, and website. Please use the free blog form on Submittable.GUEST CURATOR:Erika B HessAPPLICATION:You must complete the application via Submittable to be eligible for this opportunity. Please read the format requirements carefully to avoid errors with the form. Send any questions or concerns you may have via email to[email protected].ELIGIBILITY:Artists from any country are welcome to apply with works in any medium: painting, sculpture, digital, printmaking, fiber, photography, mixed media, installation, and more. The broad theme, Rise is open to the artist's interpretation.IMPORTANT DATES:Entry Deadline: October 30, 2021All artists will be notified of the curator's final decisions by December 30, 2021. If your work is selected, you will receive further information at that time. All selected work will be on display online in the winter 2022, details TBA. Artists will receive a permanent post on Create! Magazine's website along with a spot in the virtual exhibition (dates TBA).SUBMISSION INFORMATION:Submission fee is $30 (non-refundable)The limit of submitted artworks is 10Bio word limit 300 Statement word limit 300REQUIREMENTS:Artists may submit up to 10 individual (different artworks) pieces of work for consideration.Artists must ensure high quality of images, and we recommend 300 dpi jpeg.Artwork images and bio must be uploaded directly to the form below.Bio and statement must be under 300 words each.Artwork does not have to be for sale.AGREEMENT:Create! Magazine reserves the right to use images of the artwork on their website and social media. By submitting artwork via this call, the artist agrees to the terms outlined above. Artist retains full copyright of the work. Images will not be used by Create! Magazine aside from the exhibition, interviews, and social media posts without the artists consent.https://createmagazine.com/submit-pages/call-for-art-rise-submissions October 30, 2021Onlineazarts

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Creative Self-Care for Teaching ArtistsDevised by Childsplay in partnership with Valle Del Sol, a local mental health provider, this 5-part series is geared toward helping teaching artists understand what is happening to them mentally and physically, learn tools for addressing their stress and anxiety, and build community with other teaching artists through creative activities.This is a virtual series that takes place 1 hour each week for 5 weeks. Each 5 part series has a cap of 15 teachers/administrators and is led by 2 facilitators, one from Valle del Sol and one from Childsplay.UpdateDue to high demand, a second series of sessions will be offered. Again, space is limited to 15 and registrations will be accepted on a first come-first serve basis.Presented by Childsplay and Valle Del Sol5-Part SeriesThursday's, 4:00-5:00pmSeptember 30 " October 28, 2021REGISTEROver the past year, Childsplay and Valle Del Sol, a local mental health provider, partnered to create a special series of workshops that directly addresses the impact of stress and anxiety related mental health issues that classroom teachers experience as a result of COVID-19 and its aftermath.We know this time has brought unique challenges to arts educators and want to extend this important opportunity to teaching artists.This workshop series is offered free to AZ Teaching Artists, but space is limited to 15. Registrations will be accepted on a first come-first serve basis. Presented by Childsplay and Valle Del Sol5-Part SeriesTuesdays, 4:30-5:30pmSeptember 28 " October 26, 2021FULLOver the past year, Childsplay and Valle Del Sol, a local mental health provider, partnered to create a special series of workshops that directly addresses the impact of stress and anxiety related mental health issues that classroom teachers experience as a result of COVID-19 and its aftermath.We know this time has brought unique challenges to arts educators and want to extend this important opportunity to teaching artists.This workshop series is offered free to AZ Teaching Artists, but space is limited to 15. Registrations will be accepted on a first come-first serve basis. Presented by    September 28, 2021Onlineazarts

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Call to Artists | Floral Art ContestGrey Cube Gallery proudly presents the first Floral online art contest for the month of October 2021. Artists from around the world are welcome to submit. The gallery invites artists and photographers to share their artistic vision using any work with interpretation of botanical and floral art (flowers, herbs, fruit, leaves, plants and related floral subcjects). All visual art mediums (except video and sound) are allowed. All winning artists will receive a digital award certificate. The Best of Show winning artwork will be displayed as the poster of the show. $16 for 2 images, $30 for 4 images, $42 for 6 images, and $50 for up to 8 images. Deadline: October 14, 2021. October 14, 2021Onlineazarts

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Open Call for Writers and Artists | Sunspot Literary JournalSunspot Literary Journal is seeking articles and essays on working in any creative form. See the full guidelines for examples of the kinds of works we™re interested in.Payment: $0.01 per word ($50 US maximum per piece) when published.Open: January 1, 2021Close: October 31, 2021To submit, visithttps://sunspotlit.submittable.com/submit/183769/creative-advice-for-creatives. October 31, 2021Onlineazarts

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Call to Artists | PoArtMo Anthology (Volume 2)The PoArtMo Anthology (Volume 2) celebrates the most positive / inspirational art created in 2019-2021.Types of art: six word stories, essays, flash fiction, short stories, photography, paintings, drawings, and poetry.Ages 17 and over.Submission fee: $6 per piece or $15 for 3 pieces.Payment: ongoing royalties + complimentary PDF copy of anthology.Deadline: December 31, 2021.Link: https://abpositiveart.com/poartmo-anthology. December 31, 2021Onlineazarts

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Adult + Youth Online Classes | The Drawing StudioWe invite you to explore The Drawing Studio classes and workshops and discover if there's something right for you. We provide instruction in a variety of mediums: not only drawing. You can study painting, printmaking, collage, sculpture, cartooning, and more from our exceptional teaching artists. Courses are designed for all ages and skill levels, with curriculum and projects specific to youth (ages 6-17) and adults. Our oldest students are in their 90s!Courses are offered year-round " on weekdays, evenings and weekends " at our main studio and satellite locations in northwest Tucson. As of March 2020 " The Drawing Studio is available worldwide virtually, through zoom! OngoingOnlineazarts

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Online Workshops | Agora Gallery, Chelsea, NYThe following online workshops, held via Zoom, are provided by ARTiClass by Agora Gallery, a contemporary art gallery located in the heart of Chelsea NY, since 1984.In addition to enjoying our professional standards and friendly easy-to-use website, our graduates can join our online community, be awarded with the gallery's representation benefits and may be elected for the 2021 ARTiClass competition.Stop Motion Animation WorkshopThe Stop Motion Animation workshop will guide you through the process to achieve a short stop motion animation film.This unique and professional workshop will enable you to learn or improve your directing and story development skills from the super talented and experienced instructor, Bridget Johnson, while interacting & getting encouragement from other art lovers from all over the world!To register, click here:https://www.articlass.com/courses/stop-motion-animation-bridget-johnsonSelf-Portrait PhotographySelf-Portrait Photography provides the opportunity to explore the different ways to utilize self-portrait as a means of expressing yourself and gain tools for creating compelling self-portraits.This unique and professional workshop will enable you to learn or improve your self-portrait photography skills from the extremely talented and experienced instructor, Josefina Moran, while interacting with other art lovers from all over the world!To register, click here:https://www.articlass.com/courses/self-portrait-josefina-moranAcrylic PouringAcrylic Pouring (one-day workshop) provides an opportunity to create your own acrylic pouring masterpiece and achieve the best results for acrylic pouring with spectacular cell-like and lacey effects.This unique and professional workshop will enable you to learn or improve your acrylic pouring skills from the extremely talented and experienced instructor, Kristina Tonev, while interacting with other art lovers from all over the world!To register, click here:https://www.articlass.com/courses/acrylic-pouring-workshop-kristina-tonevBody Mind ArtThe Body Mind Art experience will provide an opportunity to relax through a moment of guided meditation and express your feelings with watercolor.This unique and professional workshop will enable you to find calmness and embody a sense of stillness from the very talented and experienced instructor, Carisa Bledsoe, while interacting & getting encouragement from other art lovers from all over the world!To register, go to:https://www.articlass.com/courses/body-mind-art-workshop-carisa-bledsoe December 2020 - January 2021Onlineazarts

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International Art Competition | Black & WhiteArt Room Gallery is proud to announce their 4th Black & White Online Art Competition for the month of January 2021. This is an international competition and artists from around the world are welcome to submit their work. The Black & White theme in this competition will be strictly applied and only works in black, white and or shades of gray will be accepted. All visual art mediums are acceptable (painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, digital, prints, fiber art, collage or installation art) except sound and video art. All winning artists will receive a digital award certificate, First, second and third place will be largely displayed with an article about the artist and their work. First Place will be on the poster of the show. $15 for 2 images of artwork. Deadline: January 14, 2021. January 14, 2021Onlineazarts

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West Valley Arts Seeks Creative Aging TeachersWest Valley Arts is seeking to expand our Creative Aging Teaching Roster! We are currently hiring certified Creative Aging artists. While our Creative Aging programs are typically conducted in person and off-site, beginning in June, we will offer an online learning experience in order to support older adults in isolated and at-risk communities across the West Valley.This program is designed for Certified Creative Aging instructors who would like to support and deliver engaging community programming for adults 55+, with Parkinson's, Alzheimer's or Dementia in the West Valley. Our goal is to expand to Creative Aging efforts across the West Valley virtually and in person (if permissible). We are seeking a balance of art forms, gender, and approach. Visual arts, dance and music and more is welcome!Due to physical distancing, lessons will have to be pre-recorded or conducted via Zoom Live. This may be filmed by you or by WVAC in our Arts HQ Gallery. Courses will be 4-6 weeks long conducted once a week. Each lesson should be between 50 minutes-90 minutes long.For any inquiries and more details, please email Melody Kokora, Programs and Event manager, at[email protected]. RollingOnlineazarts

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Artist Call | Boynes Emerging Artist Award 5th EditionThe Boynes Emerging Artist Award is an international, independent artist run online award. We provide a platform for talented artists worldwide to showcase and get rewarded for their incredible works.Emerging artists worldwide are welcome to submit all visual 2D & 3D mediums ie Painting, Drawing, Photography, Mixed Media and Sculpture. There is no set theme. For a detailed look at our Rules and definition of an emerging artist, please visit our website.Our 5th Edition brings our 1st Place winner $4,000 USD cash, $250 in art supplies from Blick Art Materials, a published interview, long term access to the BEAA marketing team as well as social & digital marketing. You can find a complete breakdown of our prize pool on our website.Submissions open 1st AugustJurorsFares MicuePavel SokovDenisa ProchazkaIris ScottCarina FranciosoMiriam InnesLorette C LuzajicEntry Fee[Early Bird 15% OFF]3 images $45, 5 images $60, 8 images $88,10 images $100Prize summary:$7000 in cash prizes, $250 Blick Art Materials, published articles, marketing teamPrizes Details:1st Place$4,000 USDPublished InterviewSocial Media MarketingAccess to the Boynes Emerging Artist Award Marketing Team [permanent]Digital Marketing$250 Gift to Blick Art MaterialsPermanent Place on the Official Website2nd Place$2,000 USDPublished InterviewSocial Media MarketingAccess to the Boynes Emerging Artist Award Marketing Team [permanent]Digital MarketingPermanent Place on the Official Website3rd Place$1,000 USDPublished InterviewSocial Media MarketingAccess to the Boynes Emerging Artist Award Marketing Team [permanent]Digital MarketingPermanent Place on the Official WebsiteFinalistsPublished InterviewSocial Media MarketingAccess to the Boynes Emerging Artist Award Marketing Team [permanent]Permanent Place on the Official Website November 22, 2021 11:59PM GMT-4Onlineazarts

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PLATFORM - Artist Residency: Call For SubmissionsOver six weeks Surface will provide the space and resources to help the artists create new work, and the environment to support reflective thinking and development. The residency will culminate in a group exhibition at Surface in the new year, the artists will have regular group crits and support sessions to build towards this goal.We are keen to receive submissions that are innovative and critically informed, that are willing to be developed and pushed further.Surface is an arts collective based on mutually supportive professional development; we support emerging and mid-career artists, and people wishing to work in the arts sector. This residency will help us in achieving this key objective, as we move towards fully reopening our gallery spaces.Each artist will receive:Deadline for applications: 26th October 2021
Artists notified: 29th October 2021
Residency start date: 9th November 2021
Residency end date: 21st December 2021
Exhibition start date: 14th January 2022
Exhibition end date: 29th January 2022For more information, visit www.surfacegallery.orgBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content
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Syntropy States Commission for Digital Artists and MusiciansWe™re creating a platform that brings together the digital arts with breathwork, relaxation and meditation. We™re looking for artists and musicians who want to share their work in meaningful ways to help social wellbeing by creating accessible art and music that provides a way to relax, reconnect and revitalise in an accessible way.Eligibility: Digital Artists and Musicians who have the means and experience to produce high quality videos and sound.What you get: The £200 will be awarded in the form of £100 for the art and £100 for the music. That means if you create both the art and the music you get £200. But if you create either the art or the music the £200 is shared as £100 each. This will include a section on the Syntropy States website which will host information about you and your work, visuals, a short video interview, a link to your website, social media and any other links you would like us to provide.For more information, visit zealous.coBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-11-16 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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Inspiring London through Culture CommissionThe City Corporation is one of the UK's major funders of culture and heritage and directly supports a range of institutions and activities in these fields. It also recognises and welcomes the wide range of organisations, large and small, who further enrich the Square Mile's cultural offer and who may benefit from additional support or sponsorship to help initiatives to develop. Eligibility: What you get: This funding theme has a modest amount of funding and so large projects are beyond its scope. It is anticipated that individual grants will not exceed £10,000. For more information, visit www.cityoflondon.gov.ukBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-11-05 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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Seeking Digital Artists and MusiciansWe™re passionate about the role that art and music can play in people's health and happiness and we want to help digital artists and musicians play a meaningful role in helping to heal our broken, stressed society. And that's where you come in.We™re looking for artists and musicians who want to share their work in meaningful ways to help social wellbeing by creating accessible art and music that provides a way to relax, reconnect and revitalise in an accessible way. Specifically, we are seeking to commission 14 short audio visual videos to be hosted on our forthcoming app Syntropy. Syntropy is a new and exciting way for the digital arts to not only entertain, but to also serve as an effective and widely available digital health tool.Each visual and audio selection will receive £200, along with promotion, exposure to a large and growing audience and a digital arts residency within the Syntropy app and website.Become a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-10-15 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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Australia Pavilion Invigilation Program for the Venice Biennale 2022Marco Fusinato is the artist commissioned for Australia's national representation at the Venice Biennale 2022. The exhibition is curated by Alexie Glass-Kantor. Read more about the 2022 artistic team hereThe Australian Pavilion invigilation program is a professional development opportunity open to Australian citizens, based in Europe or the United Kingdom. The program provides development and employment opportunities for Australian's based abroad during this challenging time.Participants will:The Venice project team will work with participants to co-design additional professional development activities to expand upon the invigilation experience of the Australian Pavilion.Eligibility: Australian's based in the EU and UKWhat you get:Deadline 19 October 2021For more information, visit australiacouncil.gov.auBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-10-19 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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Photography Open Call: Fabrica Gallery, BrightonThe In Between Gallery is a temporary exhibition platform for Fabrica's picture window in central Brighton. Fabrica is partnering with Spectrum Photographic, Photo Fringe and Loupe Magazine to present excellent photographic work by UK-based artists who consider themselves to be early to mid-career.The window faces directly onto Duke Street, one of Brighton's busiest pedestrianised quarters, located between The Lanes and Churchill Square, two very popular shopping destinations. The main city centre pubs and clubs are also nearby so the street is normally busy into the evening and throughout the nightThe image would be exhibited from early December 2021 " mid-February 2022 when there is no large-scale exhibition in Fabrica's main space.Eligibility: UK residents onlyWhat you get: Information about the selected artist and the image will be featured on the Fabrica website and via promotional materials produced by Fabrica, Photo Fringe, Spectrum and Loupe. Fabrica will pay an exhibition fee of £150 to the selected artist.Deadline 29 October 2021For more information, visit www.fabrica.org.ukImage: In Between Open Call winner 2020 Vera Hadzhiyska " ˜Yellow Dress 2017™Become a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-10-29 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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Pop ArtWhile the Pop Art movement started in the 1950s in Great Britain and sought to explore popular culture and make art more affordable, today, Pop Art has a different approach. While the affordability is still there, the themes from American pop culture (westerns, fiction, and so on) jumped into more vast choices. Pop Art now is questioning the movement's founding fathers, including the interpretations of their works. This art movement is starting to approach itself much more than reflect consumerism, commercials, and massive production. Pop Art has many faces, many different ideas behind it. However, one visual aspect is joining all these differences " art pieces are popping out with their bold colour palette, the zoomed-in approach of various images and commercial-like perspective. For this virtual art exhibition, we want to see how Pop Art evolved, how it changed and where it is going.Is it still a mirror of contemporary society?Is it more than images of celebrities and fictional comic book characters? Are we lost in the Marily Monroe and Disney images?Is Pop Art still blurring the boundaries between high art and low culture? Or did it become high culture?Let's dive into a journey of today's Pop Art.***Pop Art virtual art exhibition is an international competition and welcomes all professional artists from all countries. For this international competition, both 2D and 3D artists are welcomed to submit their artworks and photographs. Artists 18 years old and older may apply. Deadline: November 1st, 2021. Selected artists will be represented at the Pop Art virtual art exhibition, will be featured, marketed and promoted extensively through the gallery's website, as well as Bougie Art Gallery Magazine and dedicated catalogue (both available as a hard copy and a digital copy), on email marketing campaigns, and through our extensive and continually growing social media networks. One selected artist will be chosen for collaboration with Bougie Art Gallery. Bougie Art Gallery has thousands of visitors per month from more than 30 different countries. Our gallery collaborates with Artsper.com, theArtling.com, Widewalls.ch, which attracts many new visitors to our website. For this exhibition, your work does not have to be for sale. If there are any inquiries about your artwork, we inform you and do not take any commission. Entry FeesA non-refundable entry fee of 25.00 CAD for 1 image.A non-refundable entry fee of 35.00 CAD for up to 5 images (please note: all images entered are not guaranteed to be accepted).ENTRY FEES ARE NOT REFUNDABLEPayment is required at the time of entry.IMAGE LABELING: Image should be labeled as FirstName_LastName_Title_Medium_Year .jpeg Please DO NOT FORGET to send your artistic statement along with the images of artworks at [email protected] images entered are not guaranteed to be accepted. For more information, visit www.bougiegallery.comBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-11-01 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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The National Poetry Competition 2021The National Poetry Competition 2021 is now open.The 2021 National Poetry Competition is one of the world's most prestigious prizes for an unpublished poem of up to 40 lines, open to anyone 18 or over.Ten Prizes
First Prize: £5,000
Second Prize: £2,000
Third Prize: £1,000
Commendations: £200Deadline: 31 October 2021Judges
Fiona Benson ¢ David Constantine
¢ Rachel Long2021 competition artwork by Whooli ChenFor competition queries email [email protected] a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content
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Landscapes International Call - Art & Literature JournalThat we observe, create, nurture, replicate, analyze, destroy, resist, love. That we are born into, that we lose ourselves in, that we push away from. Share your perspective on literal or imagined landscapes and be a part of this unique collection.Eligible Submissions:Entries may include 2- and 3-dimensional media, such as paintings, drawings, photography, mixed media, installations, ceramics, jewelry, fabric, sculpture, photos of performance art, fiction, poetry, short stories and other written explorations (up to 1800 words). Submissions must be the original work of the applicant(s). Apply using the online form.Highlights:Publication in a brilliant art magazine and online 2-year exhibition. Four top applicants will receive a feature section with a profile written about them. Up to 40 applicants will be selected for the full exhibition, all to be showcased in the magazine and the juried online exhibition.About ArtAscent:The mission of ArtAscent is to inspire and promote artists of images and words. Our most popular call is the bimonthly theme-based call which showcases diverse creative explorations of that theme via various media. This marketing tool is created by artists and writers for artists and writers. ArtAscent provides the opportunity for the voices and visions of writers and artists to be shared in a professional and accessible platform. This is our art, and we are grateful to be part of a bright community of creatives and art lovers.For more information, visit artascent.comBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-10-31 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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Exceptional AbstractionsMona Niko Gallery is a fine art contemporary gallery in Mission Viejo, California. We showcase both regional and artists from around the globe. Our mission is to feature and promote emerging and mid-level artists who are working in a wide variety of mediums. Artwork in the gallery ranges from Paintings to Photography, Sculpture and Jewelry. In addition to our monthly exhibits we have held poetry readings, fundraisers, musical events, auctions and fashion shows. Our gallery has been featured in several dozen publications and been recognized by the Mayor of Mission Viejo, California. Mona Niko, the artist, has organized 6 solo art exhibitions and has participated in 20 Group Exhibitions in the Middle East and in the the U.S. She has hosted exhibits in the Art Museum of Santa Ana, the Art Expo of New York and the Art Fair of Laguna Beach, just to name a few.Our gallery is recognized as a premier contemporary and fine art galleries in Orange County, California. We promote our works to an extensive client list around the globe and we are always seeking new and different shows for our art audience. Mona Niko Gallery affords emerging and guest artists an opportunity to develop and explore ideas in an atmosphere that supports risk taking and experimentation without the presence of censorship. We offer unique exhibitions that are often themed. During the beginnings of the Covid-19 pandemic, our gallery focused our attentions to expanding our Instagram and social media presence which has increased traffic which has led to many online sales.Mona Niko Gallery is seeking Abstract Art. This exhibition is open to any abstract work including small sculptures.Open to all artists local, national and international, professional and amateur. Multiple art mediums are encouraged and will be considered in this call for art.
Acrylic, Airbrush, Charcoal, Color Pencil, Computer Art, Digital Art, Digital Photography, Drawings, Ceramics Encaustic, Fiber Arts, Graphite, Illustration, Mixed Media, Oil, Pastel, Pen and Ink, Photo Assemblage, Printmaking, Sculpture, Traditional Photography, Video and Watercolor.No work that requires special hanging or special installation instructions will be accepted.Awards:
First place $250
Second Place $150
Third place $100Deadline to Enter: November 7, 2021
Artist Notification: November 13, 2021
Art Deliver: November 18 to November 24, 2021
Opening Reception: Saturday December 4, 2021 3PM to 6PM
Exhibition Runs: December 4 to December 31, 2021
Entry Fee: $35 for up to 3 images
Artist/Gallery Commission: 60% Artist, 40% GalleryFor more information, visit monaniko.comBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content
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MMMAD Festival: Post-digital landscapesSMTH with the collaboration of MMMAD and thanks to the sponsorship of Nhood, they launch the first international call for digital artists on the screens of Vialia Vigo. Under the theme ˜ Post-Digital Landscapes™ ( Landscapes post-digital ), we look for works that reflect on the territory, the landscape, the city and space in the post-digital era.The landscape of the city of Vigo has been transformed with the construction of Vialia Vigo, a new 122,000 m2 macro-building designed by the American architect Thom Mayne, which acts as a new ˜gateway™ to this city. A train and bus station, a shopping center, a park and, now, a space for the exhibition of digital art.It is in this place where 5 innovative large-format screens are located, new communication devices created by SMTH, which will now host a new digital art exhibition program.From all the works received, a jury of experts will select the best five , which will receive a prize of ‚¬ 1,500 each and will be exhibited at Vialia Vigo from December 20, 2021 to February 20, 2022.Eligibility: International digital artistsWhat you get: The five selected artworks will be exhibited in Vialia Vigo and receive a ‚¬1,500 award each.Deadline 29 November 2021For more information, visit post-digital-landscapes.artBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-11-29 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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Autumn 2021 | Virtual Visual Arts ExhibitionOur top priority is to promote our artist's work! The Camelback team has a combined background of over 30 years in the art industry as artists, leaders, marketing specialists, sales consultants and art promoters. You will not be disappointed with our detail and professionalism. Our exhibits are about you, the artist!Call for entries for artists.Please submt recent artwork, that you have created in the last 5 years, in any subject matter or style.  The theme for this event is Autumn, autumn inspired artwork, autumn colors, autumn landscapes, halloween, pumpkins, Día de Muertos and/or any artwrork that is inspired by fall colors including abstract work.  The competition is open to all traditional painting mediums, drawing, digital, sculputure and photography.  Two images per entry $19.00.  Artists may enter more than once.Artist's work is then juried and selected for a virtual online exhibition.  This is a competition, not all entries will be in the final exhibition.Prizes include:
Best in Show Platinum Award
Gold Award of Excellence
Sliver Awards " up to 12
Bronze Awards " based on number of entriesCash award goes to the top two award recipients! Best in Show receives main page slider promotion at CB, blog post at Top Art Awards, news story Art Base, digital art registration at ArtChain.Info & entry into CB's Artwork of the Year Award. + Top 14 YouTube video. All award recipients receive 3-month online group exhibition of their work, international social media exposure, Art Week and Art Base international news publications, e-blast announcement to international buyers, friends and artists + official award certificate.Our #1 priority is to promote your work!  We do not take a commission.  All inquiries we receive will be directed to the artist.For more information, visit www.camelbackgallery.comBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content
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Studio Residency at Bellbird StudiosA studio residency within bushland southwest of Sydney and 35 minute drive to the Illawarra Coast. Suitable to all mediums and practices.Secluded yet with easy access to metropolitan centers.The attached studio to the living accomodation is small but there is a possible shared use of the larger studio upon negotiation.Duration of residencyMinimum of 1 weekAccommodationArtist will have private accommodationDisciplines, work equipment and assistanceThe residency is suitable to all practices. There is access to woodworking workshop and an outside working areaStudio / WorkspaceThe studio is attached to the living quarters. There is and additional small viewing/working area and a larger studio that is used by the owner which can be shared upon negotiation. There is a large covered area which can also be accessed by the visiting ArtistFees and supportThe cost for one week is $450. If the stay is longer the fee can be negotiated from this base priceExpectations towards the artistThe Artist has no obligations and interaction with the host family is optionalApplication informationPlease email application with some samples of your work and a general aim in what you might intend to work towardsBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2022-01-03 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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Summer Creative ResidencyEncircled by natural wonder, Dreamfarm offers fertile conditions for learning, creating, personal development and collaboration.Each creative residency participant rents a private studio, as both a residence and a creative workspace, for stays of two or four weeks. Residencies at Dreamfarm are entirely self-directed, and self-catered, allowing the flexibility to work autonomously and follow your own creative process.We welcome practitioners from a variety of disciplines, including visual arts, music, writing, dance & movement, performing arts, photography, textile arts, woodworking, land art, design, research and philosophy. A creative residency at Dreamfarm is a chance to spend focused time in an inspiring natural setting in order to gather ideas, refine skills, research, experiment, grow and produce new work.Number of Artists
Between 4 " 8.Facilities
Open Studio: a large, carpeted, open plan room which is ideal for dance or movement sessions, rehearsals and group activities. Activities can be scheduled in the Open Studio such as morning yoga, evening dance, meetings or performances.
Garage Workshop: well equipped covered space for artisan crafts and practical projects.
Library: the library houses an eclectic collection of interesting books. Topics include art technique, philosophy, mythology, cooking and environmental science, plus some classic fiction and a selection of games.
Hot Tub: Dreamfarm has a large, wood-fired cedar barrel hot tub which is lit on special occasions.Further InformationDreamfarm is an intentionally low-tech creative environment, with no mobile phone reception and strictly limited internet access, which offers a great opportunity to unplug from the outside world and reconnect with your natural creative rhythms.Part of our community practice is that everybody shares domestic responsibilities. We ask all participants to contribute to the upkeep of the shared facilities. If you have specialist skills (gardening, woodwork, etc), we can put them to good use.Connect with us on facebook or instagram to get a feel for life at DreamfarmDuration of residencyTwo weeks or four weeksAccommodationPrivate studio accommodation.Disciplines, work equipment and assistanceVisual art, textile art, music, dance, movement, writing, performing art, theatre, photography, craft, land art, painting, design, research.Studio / WorkspaceEach studio at Dreamfarm comes comfortably furnished and equipped with working desks and double beds, bedding provided. Rooms can accommodate one person or a couple.Fees and supportFrom $250 AUD per week.Expectations towards the artistWhile there is no expectation to do so, we are happy to advise on opportunities for exhibiting, performing, or running workshops on site or locally.Application informationPlease apply using our online application formBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content
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TMF ARTIST PRIZE #3 - Call For Video Artists, Digital Artists & PhotographersThe art call is open to all emerging artists working in:" VIDEO" PHOTOGRAPHY" MIXED-MEDIAFor video artists: We are interested in high quality video art with a resolution from HD to UHD (4K)TMF GALLERY is a Swiss online gallery with exhibit venues in public spaces. The gallery was born out of the need to offer an international presentation specifically for video artists. We offer emerging artists (in the above mentioned genres) a visible presentation of their art in public space to generate greater exposure.We seek high quality video and digital art and artists with a fresh eye, who use surprising approaches, pay attention to details in their work and have a strong statement.__Winners get 1 to 3 a 3-month exhibition at TMF ART SHOW, online presentations, ongoing marketing activities, social media promotion especially on Instagram, screening shows at events as well as real press coverage and many backlinks.Artists from any country and any professional and artistic background have the chance to become visible and gain an audience. Our commitment does not stop after 3 months, but grows continuously. We are interested in an ongoing collaboration and want the 20 selected artists to develop further.REQUIREMENTSFor more information, visit www.tmfgallery.netBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-12-27 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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Freedom for FreeCall for Exhibition " Accepted media: Photography, Digital Visual Design, VideoGroup Exhibition in Rome or Milan city, Italy. December 2021FREE ENTRY Photographers, Visual Designers and Video artists are invited to submit 1 to 3 works addressing the theme.In the modern age we have rediscovered a concept of Freedom increasingly linked to the right to redeem something obtained in exchange for something else. The medium of exchange is money, a bypass for freedom that allows us to satisfy our desires, vices and needs.It is the same invisible structure within which we lead our existence to propose the windows of freedom, a selection of products and services that summon us to rooms of pleasure, where the dormant senses are stimulated and reactivated to rekindle with our emotions, the only residues of our human nature, that also make us alive.The protagonists of the art world, as well as any author of any form of free expression, were the first to understand the need to live beyond these structures. This call is an invitation to propose works that testify to this rupture, where freedom is obtained without any exchange, where it is not a product and it is priceless.Become a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-12-07 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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Open Call: 4 x Artists/companies for Barra Culture's 'Engaging Barrow'Barra Culture is part of Arts Council England's Creative People and Places programme (CPP). As part of our ˜Engaging Barrow™ artists-in-residence programme for 2021-22, this is an OPEN CALL for 4 community-engaged artists/companies working in any art form(s).Working with either:
" A geographic community, anything from a street of 50 people up to a neighbourhood of around 3000or" A characteristic/identity group " teenagers, young adults, older people, physically disabled people, neurodiverse people, women, men, families with young childrenand in collaboration with Barra Culture's Creative Communities team, you will deliver an exciting, distinctive, and inspirational participatory arts project in the Borough of Barrow-in-Furness.SCHEDULE:Application deadline: midday, Monday 18 October 2021
Selection process: w/c 25 October + w/c 1 November 2021
Project delivery: between 15 November 2021 and 31 March 2022 (to be agreed between Barra Culture, selected artist/company and local residents)
Sharing/performance/exhibition events may fall within the period above or may be scheduled in beyond March 2022.BUDGET:There is £8,000 available for each of these 4 projects which should cover your fees, expenses, and material costs. Some resources and labour may be contributed in-kind by partner organisations, and you will be supported throughout by the Barra Culture team.TO APPLY:For more information on how to apply and what to include in your expression of interest, please read the Open Call document on the Barra Culture website: https://barraculture.org.uk/As an open organisation committed to equality and diversity, we welcome applications from people of all backgrounds and characteristics, who may be based anywhere in the world.If you require this callout in a different format or need any other reasonable adjustments to enable you to apply or fully participate in the selection process, please contact [email protected] a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content
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Hall of Fake art & data show on creative festival in Moscow, Russia«Hall of Fake» is an art interpretation of new media reality trends (fakenews, cancel culture, digital ethics, info bubble syndrome) in a form of an online international artists exposition. The project is aimed to raise digital ethics awareness & fact-checking issue in the society. We are looking for digital art (video or static) representing digital culture to exhibit on screens at the international advertising creative festival Red Apple in Moscow, Russia on 3rd November. The submission deadline is 15th October 2021.
The 31st creative festival Red Apple will take place on 3d of November, 2021 in Moscow. In terms of the festival the anti-fake news working group of The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) Russia will present a unique project of an art&data show «Hall of Fake». 
«Hall of Fake» is an art interpretation of new media reality trends (fakenews, cancel culture, digital ethics, info bubble syndrome) in the form of an online international artists exposition. The project is aimed to raise digital ethics awareness & fact checking in society. 
Digital screen culture has produced the information bubble syndrome, which is dramatically reinforced by social media, when each of us receives content that the AI algorithm has chosen for us.
This issue polarises the society into micro communities and provokes intolerance towards opposite opinions as well as fakenews.
The IAB Russia anti-fake working group has initiated the fakenews awareness research among the professional association members. 
81% IAB Russia respondents consider that we have to increase the media literacy of our society;
71,4% marked the necessity of explanatory clarification document formed by judicial practice in terms of anti fake legislation towards media platforms;
61,9% respondents registered the necessity of industrial media guide formation. 
Moreover, the first results of IAB Russia poll showed the need of fakenews awareness campaign among the general public society as well. 
More than 80% respondents do not apply to an original media source of doubtful information;
63% don't consider an information resource reliable enough if they don't share editorial policy of this source
56% believe that the information in the private social media feed of a journalist differs from the information that this journalist publishes in their corporate media platform. As a result they prefer their private accounts in social network. 
Therefore, art&data show «Hall of Fake» project, presented in terms of the creative Red Apple festival, has some clean-cut social impact purposes:
1.UGC encouragement driven by art and creative approach.
2. The possibility to enrich the IAB Russia poll data research concerning fakenews awareness.
3. Scaling up the project to the international online flash mob or road show in order to popularise the media literacy of the public society in the period of fakenews.
«The art&data show «Hall of Fake» poster idea is based upon a transparent Photoshop background, complemented by warm attention zones from eye tracking technology. In terms of this context it refers us to the need to concentrate on digital ethics & fact-checking issues in order to make our information feed safer and more transparent in spite of click bate fake-news distribution in the period of attention economy.
Artists from any country are invited to submit up to 3 digital artworks (video or static) representing digital culture to exhibit on screens during the festival.
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Exhibitors WantedIt is a unique outdoor art market led by artists for artists, based at the prestigious Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow. ˜Art On the Exchange™ offers an affordable platform for artists to exhibit and sell work, engage with customers in person and connect directly with their audience.We are looking for exhibitors for our winter art markets. We have limited availability now and our spaces are mainly for weekdays.Please book via the website or email us for more information.For more information, visit www.artonscotland.co.ukBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-11-15 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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Bedwyr Williams™ MILQUETOASTThe exhibition also includes his witty and acerbic autobiographical Instagram drawings in which he parodies and punctures contemporary society and the culture sector.Williams sends up this ˜fascinating circus™, from real-life hierarchies and aesthetics to online spats and humble bragging.The exhibition is accompanied by a new publication of Williams™ habitual drawing practice, designed by Pagemasters, published by Southwark Park Galleries. This book is made possible by the generous support of Arts Council of Wales through funds derived from the National Lottery.Williams himself says: ˜It's weird being an artist. There's buildings that are built for us to do things in. These buildings are often funny shapes or appear to teeter or lean but still have toilets and dustbins and all the basics as well¦The way artists talk to and about each other both online and offline is its own sport, and nothing in my childhood prepared me for being around people like this in buildings like this.™Bedwyr Williams™ MILQUETOAST is a Southwark Park Galleries touring exhibition in partnership with TÅ· Pawb, Wrexham, Aberystwyth Arts Centre and KARST, Plymouth. It opens at KARST on Friday 24 September and will be on display until 18 December.Admission is free.MILQUETOAST is supported by the Arts Council of Wales, The Colwinston Charitable Trust, The Paul and Louise Cooke Endowment, Arts Council England, Southwark Council, Omni Colour, Wrexham County Borough Council, Aberystwyth University, Ceredigion County Council, Theatrum Mundi and King's College London.Bedwyr Williams lives and works in North Wales. Solo exhibitions include ˜Foundation of things to Come™, Fondazione Sandretto de Rebaudengo, Turin, ˜The Gulch™, The Curve, Barbican Art Centre, 2016 ˜The Starry Messenger™, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, 2015, ˜Echt™, Tramway, Glasgow, 2014 ˜My Bad™, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, UK. Recent group exhibitions include ˜Adapt to Survive: Notes from the Future™, Hayward Gallery, London, 2018. ˜The Land We Live in " The Land We Left Behind™, Hauser and Wirth Somerset, 2018. ˜Stress Field™, Hubei Museum of Art, China. In 2013 he represented Wales at the Venice Biennale and was shortlisted for the Artes Mundi Prize in 2016. He is represented by Southard Reid, London.Credits: Bedwyr Williams, Untitled Instagram Drawing, 2020. 25cmx25cm, Digital Drawing. © Bedwyr Williams.For more information, visit karst.org.ukBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-12-18 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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RFQ: The Norfolk Way Art Trail " UKArtists " Designers " Architects " Engineers " Technicians " Collaborators10/20/2021United KingdomCodaworx

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The LOEWE FOUNDATION Craft PrizeThe LOEWE FOUNDATION has opened the call for entries to the fifth edition of the LOEWE FOUNDATION Craft Prize, an international award celebrating excellence in craftsmanship.The LOEWE FOUNDATION seeks to recognise uniquely talented artisans whose artistic vision, technical skill and determination to innovate will set new standards for the future of craft. The winning works will be featured in an exhibition and accompanying catalogue in Seoul in Spring 2022.Applications are accepted from 20 July 2021 to 25 October 2021.For mor information, visit craftprize.loewe.com Become a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-10-25 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society 2021 Fall International Online ExhibitNOAPS has been showcasing the talents of oil and acrylic painters since 1991.This is an INTERNATIONAL juried online competition open to ALL artists 18 years of age and older working in Oil and ACRYLIC medium. Both members and non-members of NOAPS may apply.200 Artworks accepted into the show and eligible for awardsBest of Show: $1000
Second Place: $500
Third Place: $300
Best Landscape:  $200.00
Best Still Life:  $200.00
Best People:  $200.00
Best Use of Light & Color:  $200.00
Most Innovative: $200.00
Narrative Excellence:  $200.00
Ten Awards of Excellence: $100
Ten Merit Awards: I year membership to NOAPS " $50.00 valueThe TOP 200 artists will be given recognition on www.NOAPS.org with Artist name, artist website link and image selected for this exhibit.The Awards in the On-Line International Exhibits do not apply for NOAPS Signature or Master Status.Certificates will only be sent to artists who have won awards. Certificates for Awards that have been won by artists from outside of North America will be sent exclusively by email.Notification Date: DEC 7th 2021 " Please check your JAS account as correct email address is necessary in order to receive notices and Merit Award certificates and correct physical address is necessary to receive prizes. Please check the addresses you use on the JAS site.artist eligibilityAll NOAPS Members and Non-Members. This is an International Show and all countries welcome.For more information, visit www.noaps.orgBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content
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Silence Awareness Existence - Thematic residency program in Finland, Jan/Feb/Mar 2022Silence Awareness Existence Thematic residency for artists, writers and creative mindsat Arteles Creative Center in Hämeenkyrö, Finland1-2 month periods in January / February / March 2022 Deadline for applications: 4th of November 2021 Silence Awareness Existence is a thematic residency program in Finland for artists and creative minds, engaged in the theme on various fields. The program brings together international artists and professionals from different backgrounds. Artistic, scientific, meditative and existentialistic approaches are all equally embraced.  Taking place at the heart of the Northern winter, the conditions are excellent for concentrating intensively on your work, thinking and being, as well as for sharing experiences and ideas with other, similarly oriented minds. There is no pressure to have a concrete productive outcome, in case your focus is more in inner development, self-reflection and research. All participation in group activities is voluntary.  Read more & apply online: https://www.arteles.orgBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-11-04 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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Arrhythmia " a new Book Works open submission series guest-edited by Katrina PalmerGuest-edited by artist Katrina Palmer, Arrhythmia is a new series that offers an opportunity for artists and writers whose work explores ideas of being out of joint with the predominant social order, whether through disrupted trajectories, physical displacement, or political dissonance. We are particularly interested in experimental work that articulates a discontinuous sense of identity, and writing, or the combination of writing and images in which the rhythm of the text is self-consciously questioned.Three proposals will be selected for publication from this open submission. Arrhythmia follows previous series commissioned from open call, including: Semina, G.S.O.H The Rest is Dark, The Rest is Dark, Common Objectives, Contact and our most recent open submissions series, Interstices, guest edited by Bridget Penney.Eligibility: Work can be submitted from UK and internationally based individuals, groups or collectives, in English language only. We are interested in submissions from artists and writers often unrecognised by mainstream institutions, and in particular those from the African Diaspora, liberation groups or whose minority identity has historically marginalised them.What you get: Book Works will offer a fee to the three commissioned artists or writers of £1,250. There will also be a small budget allocated for expenses and travel.For more information, visit bookworks.org.uk/news/arrhythmia-open-submission-series-guest-edited-by-katrina-palmer/Become a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-11-05 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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The BARON Book Prize 2021BARON was launched in 2011, stocked worldwide in 26 different markets, many of our books are in collections, including the book collections at MoMA, NYC and The LUMA Foundation.The prize is open to artists and image-makers working in any medium, from anywhere in the world, over the age of 18, are invited to apply. The winner will receive the opportunity to work with BARON in publishing their book project. The winners will be announced in December 2021, and their book published  as part of BARON's summer 2022 catalogue, with global distribution.The Baron Book Prize PanelThe Baron Book Prize 2021 is judged by an industry panel, who will create a shortlist of the best submissions to decide a winner. The winner will be judged on their book's concept and how this has influenced the rationale behind the construction of their book, outcome and design.Judges Rut Blees Luxemburg  is an artist, academic and curator whose work has been exhibited internationally at institutions including Tate Modern, London and Centre Pompidou, Paris. Blees Luxemburg is a research fellow on the photography MA at the Royal College of Art, London and the co-founder of FILET, an exhibition space for experimental art production. In 2020, Blees Luxemburg was awarded the Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society of the United Kingdom.Mohammad Al-Hasani is the director of Vice Versa distribution. Based in Berlin, Vice Versa specializes in architecture, art, design, fashion, film, photography and theory, and seeks to create wide-ranging visibility for its programme. Vice Versa carries a carefully-curated list of publishers, including distribution for Baron in Europe.Stephen Male began his career as the art director of i-D magazine. In 2008, he relocated to New York to become the art director of American Vogue. Male's work has been featured in design annuals, books and publications, such as 100 Years of Magazine Covers by Steve Taylor and Neville Brody; Modern Magazine Design by William Owen. Male has been recognized with numerous awards, including the coveted D&AD Pencil for best editorial art direction for i-D magazine.Cinsy Tam is the assistant creative director and editor of BARON. Tam has worked on many of BARON's book releases, including books by Petra Collins and Bruce LaBruce and the BARON Prize for art & photography.For more information, visit www.baronbooks.co.ukBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-10-31 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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Open Call VII Festival Video nodoCCSSince we started being nodoCCS, our realities have transformed at an exponential rate, changing our way of being, thinking and interacting and modifying our expectations about our role and about the world around us.nodoCCS presents itself as an open, artist-run platform that seeks to create and maintain spaces in which diverse groups and communities feel welcome to become more than the sum of their parts, and to shape porous spaces that explore the worlds of our existence, from different perspectives.As every year we will bring together an eclectic and diverse group of people to share their videos. Poets, explorers, artists, the misrepresented and the forgotten will be part of the journey, creating digital content that will lead to offline and online events in Caracas and/or beyond.We will practice new ways of coming together, expanding the scope of our imagination through new ways of collaborating to create and maintain spaces around video with the intention of finding urgent issues that inspire and concern us all.Last year's experience inspired us to go beyond the gallery space and expand the physical locations of our screenings, generate global dynamics, new ways to collaborate and above all articulate our work to this new reality. This year's Festival programming will feature online viewing rooms, panel discussions with selected authors, experimental rooms and face-to-face events that will take place between November and December 2021, a hybrid programming that everyone can be part of no matter where they are physically located.The VII Festival de Video nodoCARACAS takes these ideas as a basis to propose its VII Video Festival, which by reinventing itself once again reaffirms its intention to hold spaces for the encounter in a fragmented and strange world that inspires us to continue creating.For more information, visit en.nodoccs.comBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-10-30 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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What Is Art III | Open CallWhat is art and what makes it valuable?While some artists are keeping a very traditional approach to art, others are taking risks into the unknown and there has always been a constant debate about What Is Art and what makes it valuable.In contemporary world success can be seen in both approaches, great examples are Damien Hirst and David Hockney, two of the worlds most famous and richest artists and yet with such a different approach to contemporary art.The purpose of this exhibition is to create a dialogue between different approaches to contemporary art and to demonstrate that either way can be successful.This Exhibition Will Take Place At Our Newly Opened Space In Tower Bridge.The new space is located in Tower bridge, one of most iconic places in the world and the most visited place in the whole UK.For more information, visit boomergallery.net/open-call-what-is-art-lll Become a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-11-02 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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Open Call: India-UK together 2022British Council invites collaborative proposals for arts and culture projects from India and UK-based organisations, festivals, and institutions for the India-UK Together 2022 programme to mark India's 75th anniversary of Independence in 2022- 2023.This is an opportunity to think creatively, be innovative and explore new ways of artistic collaboration and touring across India and the UK in 2022- 2023.Grants will be awarded to collaborative and co-created arts and culture project proposals between India and UK partners that offer positive opportunities to co-develop cross-cultural creative collaborations, skills and knowledge exchange and new artistic work with scope to tour¯in India in 2022- 2023.A total of four grants (3 x £50,000 and 1 x £100,000) will be awarded to projects highlighting collaborations between India and the UK.Themes: Projects to explore the key cross-cutting theme ˜Together™ " addressing shared global challenges through the lens of digital innovation, environmental sustainability, equality, diversity, and inclusion principles, gender equality, accessibility and empowering young leaders of the future and investigate the following sub-themes:Artforms: Grants are offered to applicants in all art forms: theatre, dance, visual arts, literature, film, music, architecture, design, fashion, tech-art and new media art. Inter- and cross-disciplinary practices are encouraged.Application deadline: by midnight (IST) on 31 October 2021, late applications will not be accepted.For more information, visit www.britishcouncil.in Become a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-10-31 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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The Football Art Prize Now Is Calling for EntriesTo coincide with 2022 World cup year Touchstones Rochdale, with generous support from Arts Council England, have created The Football Art Prize to celebrate art and football. Artists over the age of 18 working in all two dimensional mediums including photography and moving image will be eligible. The show gives artists the opportunity to showcase their work in a regional touring exhibition opening at Touchstones Rochdale in March 2022 and touring to Sheffield and Sunderland.The online submission process will be open until 19 November 2021, making it even easier for artists from around the world to submit their work and take part. Please read all the information below carefully before entering.Alongside the exhibition there will be a virtual gallery showcasing all the artists™ shortlisted works. All exhibiting artists will be included in a fully illustrated print catalogue. Awards will be given out to the winners in a prize giving at the start of the exhibition.For more information, visit footballartprize.artopps.co.ukBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-11-19 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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Have you products in our shop in Zone 1Fancy selling your products in Zone 1 of London? We™re delighted to announce that SoLo Craft Fair will have a two year residency at Elephant Stores in Elephant and Castle. Elephant Stores is Elephant Park's homegrown dedicated multi-use space supporting and connecting local independent retailers. We™ll be here for two years (to late 2023), providing smaller entrepreneurs an opportunity to establish and grow their businesses.. Our shop will play host to 60 of the best makers in London, selling everything from fashion to homeware to accessories and beyond.The shop will be based in Elephant Stores which will be shared with a cafe bar and a bicycle repair shop which also offers bike rental. The shop will be open 7 days a week. The store will be based in the heart of Elephant Park which is filled with bars, restaurants and events and is less than a minute's walk from Elephant and Castle train station. The unit is based directly opposite the award-winning park and playground which have become a major feature of the area. The shop is launching in October 2021.The clientele of the shop will be affluent professionals or families with an expected age range of 25-50 years.To hire a space in the shop, it will be £350 for three months or £130/ month with 10% commission taken on each sale made which covers card fees and packaging. Traders who will only be selling greeting cards will be charged £150 for three months or £75/month during the festive season. We will have staff on site to sell your products and will provide packaging. Discounted rates will be available for quieter months (please see application form for exact prices). Being in the shop works out to be as little as £3.90 a day, and in addition to being inshore you will also be featured on our website and Instagram pages.Please note: the proposed opening date of the shop is late October " so people applying for November only or November " January will have the opportunity to bring their products in early free of charge. As the structure of the shop build is in progress this date may change slightly so we will be in constant communication with accepted applicants for this month about opening dates and when to drop off stock. Please note, you will need to drop off and pick up your products off to the shop in person. This will be required around the 30th " 2nd of each month.To have your products in store you will need Public Liability Insurance and any relevant certificates if you are selling cosmetics or packaged food.To give everyone maximum exposure in the shop we will rotate everyone's products on a weekly basis to make sure everyone has a prime location in the store. When your products are in the shop you will receive a fortnightly sales report so you are able to bring in extra stock doing your residency at the store.A standard pitch in the shop will be approx 2ft x 2ft. Here is a rough guide on how many products you can fit in this. Please email us directly if you require a different space.Item Quantity Cards 100Non Framed Print 50Framed Prints 10Small Ceramics (under 10cm) 40Med Ceramics (under 20cm) 30Large Ceramics (under 30cm). 20Candles 35T Shirts 40Jumpers 20Aprons 30Tea Towels and Tote Bags 40Jewellery 40Beauty Products (individual) 40Smaller accessories 40Diffusers 20Gift boxes 20For more information, visit solocraftfair.com/join-our-solo-craft-fair-shopBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-11-30 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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Submission Calls for AnthologiesFounded in 2019, Auroras & Blossoms promotes positive, uplifting and inspirational written and visual art, and give artists (ages 13 and over) of all levels a platform where they can showcase their work and build their publishing credits. A&B runs regular submission calls for digital anthologies, a monthly show, a year-long artistic movement, and an artist collective. The content is fully family-friendly.A&B is currently seeking submissions for three anthologies:1. PoArtMo Anthology (Volume 2) " The PoArtMo Anthology (Volume 2) celebrates the most positive / inspirational art created in 2019-2021. Types of art: six word stories, essays, flash fiction, short stories, photography, paintings, drawings, and poetry. Ages 17 and over. Submission fee: $6 per piece or $15 for 3 pieces. Payment: ongoing royalties + complimentary PDF copy of anthology. Deadline: December 31, 2021.Link:https://abpositiveart.com/poartmo-anthology.2. PoArtMo Anthology: 13-16 Year-Old Artists Edition " The PoArtMo Anthology: 13-16 Year-Old Artists Edition celebrates the most positive / inspirational art created by young artists in 2020-2021. Types of art: six word stories, essays, flash fiction, short stories, photography, paintings, drawings, and poetry. Must be 16 by deadline. No submission fee, one piece per artist only. Deadline: December 31, 2021.Link: https://abpositiveart.com/13-16-year-old-artists/3. Written in a Flash Anthology " Written in a Flash Anthology: A Collection of Positive Stories is a new project that seeks to highlight the most inspirational / positive short stories and flash fiction pieces created in 2019-2021. Genres accepted: thriller, mystery, fantasy, science-fiction, historical fiction, contemporary fiction, young adult, humor, and nonfiction. Ages 17 and over. Submission fee: $6 per piece or $15 for 3 pieces. Payment: ongoing royalties + complimentary PDF copy of anthology. Deadline: December 31, 2021.Link: https://abpositiveart.com/written-flash-anthology/.For more information visit abpositiveart.com/submit/Become a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-12-31 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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The Pastel Society Annual Exhibition 2022 Call for EntriesThe Pastel Society seeks the best in contemporary dry media, combining traditional skills with creative originality for their annual exhibition.The Society accepts pastels, oil pastels, charcoal, pencil, conté, sanguine, or any dry media.There are more than fifteen prizes and awards on offer, many especially for non-member artists (see ˜Prizes & Awards™ below).All work must be submitted online. Pre-selection from online entries will take place, after which pre-selected works should be delivered to Mall Galleries, London, for final selection:" Upload images of work at www.mallgalleries.oess1.uk between Friday 1 October and Friday 3 December 2021, 12 noon [Note: Images must be in JPEG format and under 5MB]" Check www.mallgalleries.oess1.uk from 12 noon on Friday 10 December to see if your work has been pre-selected" If pre-selected, deliver your work for final selection on Saturday 15 January 2022, 10am to 5pm, to Mall Galleries, 17 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5BD" Check this page from 12 noon on Tuesday 18 January to see if your work has been selected" If unaccepted, collect your work on Thursday 20 January, 10am to 5pmSubmissions open: Friday 1 October 2021, 12 noonSubmissions close: Friday 3 December, 12 noonPre-selection notification: Friday 10 December, 12 noonReceiving Day (if pre-selected): Saturday 15 January 2022, 10am to 5pmNotification of final selection: Tuesday 18 January, 12 noonCollection of unaccepted work: Thursday 20 January, 10am to 5pmExhibition opens: Wednesday 16 February, 10am to 5pmExhibition closes: Saturday 26 February, 5pmCollection of unsold work: Thursday 3 March, 10am to 5pmFor more information, visit mallgalleries.org.uk/call-for-entries/open-exhibitions/pastel-societyBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-12-03 00:00:00United KingdomArtshub

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Open Call for Galleries + Projects + ArtistsBe part of one of Europe's most important fairs for emerging artWe are pleased to announce the open call for Discovery Art Fair Cologne 2022.Interested galleries, art projects, professional artists and art photographers are invited to apply for participation.Among art-interested public and experts the Discovery Art Fairs have long been established as platforms for the discovery of international and emerging contemporary art. The economical booth prices and booth sizes starting from 10 sqm ensure that young and up-and-coming artists, art projects and galleries alike can gain access to the international art market and participate actively in the international art scene.Reserve your booth now at next year's Discovery Art Fair Cologne. The seventh edition of the popular art fair will be held from April 28th to May 1st, 2022 in the heart of Germanys most traditional art metropolis. Take advantage of the prosperous capital and art collector density in Cologne, the Rhineland and neighbouring Benelux countries.In 2022, the Discovery Art Fair will once again be held at XPOST Köln, a former post office building in the heart of Cologne. Annually, the popular fair format attracts around 10,000 visitors there.Apply by the end of December if you would like to present your programme at one of Europe's most important art markets.
Click here for the free online application. (https://discoveryartfair.com/register/#!/)For further information please visit discoveryartfair.com or contact the Discovery Art Fair team: [email protected] more information, visit discoveryartfair.com/fairs/koeln Become a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content
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Call for UK based artists for Gates Wide OpenThis is an open call for artists who graduated during the COVID years or for those whose study or training was affected by the COVID experience. Four selected artists will receive £500 each to exhibit their work at Salisbury Arts Centre (part of Wiltshire Creative) in an exhibition 'Gates Wide Open' 15 March " 8 May 2022.
This exhibition will be a result of an open call submission seeking work by graduates of the creative disciplines who have been affected by the COVID pandemic.
We recognise that in recent years a considerable blow to all areas of the arts industry has been dealt, and this was particularly felt amongst the students who experienced learning via Zoom instead of the expected route of hands on skills and idea development: students who had their final exhibitions cancelled or moved online.
We know that a tremendous effort has been made in making the virtual platform work and as a positive consequence many graduates reached a wider audience than they would have otherwise. However, for some disciplines neither teaching/learning or presenting/receiving can be replaced by the actual touch of the material and the immersiveness of a face to face encounter by any online platform.
In the last two years publicly funded organisations have come in for criticism from various angles. One such was the accusation of stubborn gatekeeping by these organisations and the lack of commitment to work with emerging artists. Wiltshire Creative is an NPO committed to working with young artists or artists entering their careers and to providing experience/ job opportunities for those who wish to work in the arts. For the exhibition 
Gates Wide Open
 we will engage young selectors to present emerging work. Work conceived and created under COVID within the lockdown restricted access to studios and creative spaces.
This is an open call for artists who graduated during the COVID years or for those whose study or training was affected by the COVID experience. Four selected artists will receive £500 each to exhibit their work at 
Salisbury Arts Centre
 in an exhibition 
Gates Wide Open
 15 March " 8 May 2022.
The artists who are eligible to apply for this exhibition are:
- Those visual artists who completed their study of an art subject and graduated from art school/University during the COVID pandemic 2020 and 2021
- Those visual artists who completed training or served an apprenticeship in creative industries during COVID pandemic 2020 and 2021
- Open to any visual arts specialisms (fine arts, drawing, photography, sculpture, ceramics, glass, textiles, video, installation, painting, illustration, design, mixed media, calligraphy, fashion, wood, graphic design, projection, etc.)
- This call out is specific to artists who completed their education not for artists currently in education, neither is it for artists who graduated or finished training in 2019 or before.
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This call out is for UK-based artists only.
Based in the City of Salisbury, Wiltshire Creative is a pan-arts organisation which draws audiences from across the county and beyond. We are one of the largest NPOs in Southwest England formed in 2018 by the merger of three legacy organisations - Salisbury International Arts Festival, Salisbury Arts Centre and Salisbury Playhouse.
In Spring 2022 as part of our Visual Arts programme we seek to produce an exhibition titled
Gates Wide Open
. This exhibition will be chosen from the open submissions by a panel of selectors which represents contemporary voices of professional arts activists who fight for the exposure and correct treatment of emerging ideas and talents:
The panel of selectors:
The White Pube " Zarina Muhammad and Gabrielle de la Puente,
@sadgrads2020 " Jody Mulvey
Gates Wide Open
Four artists
selected from the submissions will receive an all inclusive fee of £500 each to enable them to exhibit their work at
Salisbury Arts Centre.
Applications close date
2 January 2022
Four selected artists will be notified week commencing
17 January 2022
Exhibition installation
W/C 7 March
Exhibition dates
15 March " 8 May
 
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Call for Artists: DISRUPTION WORKSDISRUPTION WORKS, SET TO BEGIN AT GALLERY NO.32 SEPTEMBER 2021. We seek art that disrupts, provokes and immobilises its audience to find answers, or creates a space of possibility where truth can be found. SUBMIT.
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The Next Thing Moving Image AwardThe Next Thing Moving Image Award is now open for submissions. Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre is inviting recent graduates of UK fine art courses and alternative art school students whose practice has a focus towards moving image to enter this exciting opportunity.
Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre's moving image award is now in its fifth year and we would like to invite recent graduates of UK fine art courses and alternative art school students whose practise has a focus toward moving image to enter this exhibition opportunity. The aim is to discover the best video/film/moving image artists emerging from UK art schools, and offer them a high quality professional development opportunity.
The ten most promising artists discovered through the submission process will be given the chance to showcase their work in the Moving Image Gallery from 30 November 2021 to 22 January 2022. The overall winner will be awarded £250 in order to aid the creation of future works.
Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre is committed to investing in the next generation of Moving Image artists. Since its inception, in 2013, our Moving Image Gallery has showcased works from emerging and established artists such as Juntae T.J. Hwang, Rachel Maclean, Mark Leckey, Sejla Kameric, David Blandy & Larry Achiampong, Aslan Gaisumov.
Eligibility
You are eligible to apply for this opportunity if you graduated or are graduating at BA, MA or PhD or have attended an alternative art school in the years 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021. Artwork must have a fine art practice orientation.
Submitting an application
Please send work that best represents your practice. Please remember to label image and file names. We are acception
one work
from each person, single channel, lasting no more than 20 minutes. You will be asked to submit an artist's statement (500 words maximum). This statement should include information about your artistic practice and describe the work you have submitted as part of your application. We are also happy to accept all detailed written information as a video or voice recorded format.
Complete with your contact details and outlining the title, media, date, and format of each of the artworks you are submitting (including any specific technical or display requirements of the work). Successful applicants will then be asked to send the curator a link to download the video via WeTransfer, Dropbox etc.
Deadline
The deadline for applications is Friday 22 October 2021.
We regret that Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre is unable to respond to unsuccessful applications individually. Selection will take place in October and only successful applicants will be informed. If you have not had a response from us by 23 November please assume your application has not been unsuccessful on this occasion.
 
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Freelance Curator: Fresh Air Sculpture ShowFresh Air Sculpture is a 3-week, biennial contemporary sculpture exhibition, held in the private riverside gardens of Quenington Old Rectory, Gloucestershire raising funds for the Quenington Sculpture Trust. The 2019 exhibition had 75 exhibitors showing some 160 works and over the 3 weeks we had over 10,000 visitors.
The Quenington Sculpture Trust is looking to appoint a freelance Curator for its 2022 show and then ongoing for subsequent biennial shows.
The role of Curator is to support the exhibition by searching for artists and makers whose work would animate a private outdoor space but also would be well made and affordable. The Curator will manage the planning, placing of works for the show, the day-to-day running of the show and any related administrative tasks. 
The ideal candidate will have a background in the arts and an understanding of the administration behind an exhibition, along with experience of grant applications, budget management and reporting on progress. Candidates will also need excellent interpersonal skills and a talent for working collaboratively and flexibly as part of a small but dedicated team.
The 2022 show is our 2021 show, delayed due to Covid, so much is in place already, therefore the new Curator will concentrate on building relationships with exhibiting artists, organising the final photoshoot and siting pieces for the show. For future exhibitions, the work will be spread across a 20-month period with a peak during the build up to, over the exhibition and its dismantling.
This is a part-time, freelance position for which we pay a monthly fee of £750, which is doubled for the 2 months of the show.  Further details will be discussed with candidates during interviews.
 
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Mirror Mirror on the WallMirror Mirror on the Wall will be a group show of 39 artists in The House of Smalls (House II). This is a call for miniature and small art, the title and theme of which is very much open to interpretation.
"I™ll be your mirror, reflect who you are, in case you don™t know." 
~ Velvet Underground and Nico
THIS IS A 1/12 SCALE DOLLHOUSE PROJECT - PLEASE READ THE CALL DETAILS CAREFULLY.
This call is for all mediums of original small artworks inc 3D, photography and digital art (and a very limited number of prints of larger work). Unfortunately video cannot be accepted at the current time.
2D work should be within the maximum measurements of 5 x 5 x 0.5 inches/12 x 12 x 1 cm (to INCLUDE any mount/frame).
3D work should have a maximum footprint of 2.5 x 2.5 x 6(H) inches/6 x 6 x 15(H) cm - there is limited room for maneouvre on this so please specify the exact size when submitting your work.
Mirror Mirror on the Wall will run for a month between 6 Nov - 4 Dec 2021.
Although this show will be online only, it is a physical exhibition and works selected will need to be posted to The House of Smalls, a UK based project.
Please note that there will be a nominal fee of £5 per selected artist to cover return postage and materials. 
For further information and details of previous shows please visit www.thehouseofsmalls.art.
Thank you
 
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Factorem Makers Christmas ShowcaseSubmissions are invited to take part in Factorem Makers Christmas Showcase offering the Sculpture Lounge`s established audience a chance to purchase bespoke items in the run up to Christmas. Spaces will be FREE and there is no charge to apply. All sales will be taken through a central desk with a 20% commission.

Artists & makers will be responsible for the display of their work in an allocated 2 x 1m space which they will be expected to staff for the duration of the show. There is no facility for power to be provided to spaces.
Our building is an old woollen mill. Be aware our winter events are expected to be cold, and our customers dress accordingly. There will be a warm space available for exhibitors to recharge, with tea and coffee available.
Sculpture Lounge present exhibitions, arts events and learning opportunities from a bespoke studio environment in the Holme Valley, West Yorkshire. Our building is home to a number of successful and innovative creative professionals, who play a role in many of the things we do. Find out more at
www.sculpturelounge.com
To apply:
Complete a submission expressing your interest and a weblink for work you would expect to include by midnight 17th Oct 2021. If you have images of previous displays/stands you have created, these would be welcome.
You will be notified of your selection by 24th October. 
Event dates: Sat 27th and Sun 28th Nov, 10-5pm.
Setup: Friday 26th November from 12noon. 
All items must be removed by 4pm Monday 29th Nov
Full terms and conditions will be forwarded after selection and must be signed before participation is confirmed.
 
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Carbon - Borders - VoicesCarbon - Borders - Voices is a growing interdisciplinary conversation involving research and practice focusing on coastal/border places of transition within the context of climate crisis. We envisage a space for interaction, exchange, debate and collaboration between the arts and sciences at this critical moment in time. The Open Call is an opportunity to submit works, ideas, fragments or abstracts for presentation in an online exhibition in November 2021, which seeks to forge connections and relationships between diverse practices.
We invite written and visual submissions in response to the theme 
Carbon - Borders - Voices
. We have no expectations or presumptions but simply invite you to respond through your practice - as artists, scientists or writers.
This could include, but is not restricted to:
¢ Visual and time-based arts
- photography, video and film, sound works, print, surface-based works, ceramics, textiles, land art, generative and digital work, 3D design.
¢ Scientific/interdisciplinary research
, including experimental and applied research, in the form of text, documentation of project work, articles and essays.
¢ Creative/cultural writing/criticism
, including essays, poetry, stories.
We welcome collaborative/conversational submissions, experimental approaches, as well as works in progress, for example sketchbook pages, written excerpts and abstracts, plans and proposals.
Your submission should be 'publication ready'. One of the team may contact you to make some changes.
Suggested/indicative keywords
: transition, channel, state, line, zone, community, storytelling, collective, memory, climate, marker, impact, environment, fault, change, mapping, deep time, sediment, shift, process, erosion, remains, future.
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As we head towards the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in November there is another opportunity to make hard choices about the future the world wants. Clearly the time for inaction and kicking the 'climate change can' further down the road has passed - there is need to raise the bar on action.
The state of the emergency has been brought home by floods, record heat, fires and ensuing lack of adaptation measures in place to deal with this challenge. The climate emergency and COP26 is not just an opportunity for scientists, politicians and economists to come together - this is an opportunity to respond collectively by building relationships through the sharing of work which may otherwise be isolated, and to foster meaningful associations in cross-cultural counterpoint. 
Following on from here we aim to hold a physical exhibition, building on the connections which develop from this digital exhibition. We aim to hold this in an appropriate geographical location and venue.
 
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Ready to Get Physical??Ready to Get Physical?? Open Call. Deadline: 25th October. Original Magazine is excited to share with you all our first physical exhibition opportunity for current students, recent postgraduates and working professionals in the industry.
Original Magazine is excited to share with you all our first physical exhibition opportunity for current students, recent postgraduates and working professionals in the industry. This exhibition opportunity will be in collaboration with the
Photo Book Cafe
, London and take place on
8th November until 12th November.
The Open Call has no specific theme and encourages artists and creatives from across all disciplines to enter and participate for the chance to exhibit their work in a thriving part of London, at the fantastic space that is the
Photo Book Cafe.
10 creatives will be chosen to exhibit their work at an alternative space hosted at the
Photo Book Cafe
, London. Amongst the selected 10 artists; there will be
3 winners of a £125
 voucher to be used at
Rapid Eye Darkroom.

Without the constant support from our O.M Community and the amazing creatives and artists out there we would not be able to offer such opportunities to you all. We will endeavour to get back to you all if you are successful or not! We really look forward to viewing your work and excited to share our first physical exhibition.
A special thanks to Matt at The Photo Book Cafe, London.
How To Submit? What To Submit?
Deadline for Submission:
25th October
£10 per entry -
(made via Original Magazine's website -
The Student Store
)
. The money raised through submissions will go towards supporting the exhibition along with the prints, a printed zine. 
For your submission to be considered for this Open Call, Original Magazine requires you to submit 5 - 10 images (video and audio accepted but still images must accompany any footage submitted due to the nature of the exhibition). This also applies to submissions from creative designers, architects, sculptors etc.
Please ensure to send your images at 300DPI.
Along with your work please ensure you have a title, short bio and synopsis describing your project for us to accompany the images; along with your website and social media handles.
This is important
and without this your submission will simply not be accepted.
 
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ORBIT: Open Call for November Instagram Residencies for Emerging ArtistsORBIT is (for the timebeing) an online initiative, aiming to support and showcase the work of emerging artists and writers throughout the UK, with the initial aim of publishing reviews/articles and hosting residencies on a weekly basis. ORBIT hopes to act as a platform for discussion and collaboration between artists at all different stages of their career from all across the country.
ORBIT
is an online initiative aiming to support and showcase the work of emerging artists and writers. We are looking to host weekly residencies on our instagram page (
@orrbbitt
) to support the development of artists in the early stages of their careers, and help to expose their work to a wider audience in the hope that they can forge connections with other artists working across the country.
Residencies can consist of whatever the artist desires. Whether you want to just share your work with other people and tell us a bit about your practice, or you have a specific project that you want to carry out that our platform would be suitable for, we will be able to accomodate you. 
There is no specific guidelines or rules to the residencies, however it's preferred that artists make at least one post per day, and try to talk about their practise in as much detail as possible. I want to know about the thoughts and ideas that contirbute towards the development of artist's work, the skills and techniques they use to make their work, how their work has progressed, what they experience and learn through creating their work, etc..
Artists should try and be as explicit and detailed as possible, as ORBIT aims to be a space where people can fully gain an understanding of an artist's practise, and allow the audience to get a better insight into the work that goes into making all these wondeful pieces of work! The concepts and developments are so integral to an artist's work, and I really want to use ORBIT to highlight this throughout the year, and try and show how sometimes the research/development stages of a work can be just as interesting and exciting as the final offering!
Throughout 2019/20, I realised that I'm really REALLY interested in learning about artists techniques / inspirations / generally just how they function as an artist, so this is the kind of direction I'm aiming to take ORBIT in 2021 - a space that not only gets to highlight work by amazing artists, but also allows us to learn new things and gives artists an opportunity to really go into full detail about their work!
NOVEMBER PROGRAMME DATES
1. Mon 1st - Sun 7th
2. Mon 8th - Sun 14th
3. Mon 15th - Sun 21st
4. Mon 22nd - Sun 28th
***** DEADLINE - SUNDAY 24th OCTOBER
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Successful applicants will be contacted by Friday 29th October at the latest.
 
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The Fronteer Open 2021The Fronteer Open is an exhibition and art prize based in Sheffield, sponsored by Curatorspace and Yorkshire Artspace.
The Fronteer Open in an annual art prize and exhibition for UK based artists. The open call has no theme and artists can submit work on any subject they like. There is a prize for Judges™ Choice and People's Choice, both of which consist of £100 cash and a one year Artist Membership on the Curatorspace website.
The exhibition will run for two weeks in December 2021, at Yorkshire Artspace's Exchange Place Studio, Sheffield. The exhibition will run from 3rd " 11th December, open 4 days a week.
Work in any medium is welcome, although we regret that we are unable to accept audio or video work. Wall hanging work should be no bigger than 80cm across any one side (including frames and mounts), and 3D work should be able to stand on a 40x40cm plinth or smaller.
The prize evening and closing event will take place on Sunday 12th December.
It is free to submit work, with only successful artists paying a £30 fee.
UK based artists from all backgrounds are invited to submit 1 piece of work along with 150 words about the work. This text will not be displayed alongside your work, only the artists name, title, medium, and price (if offered for sale) will be on the wall text.
The submission deadline is 25th October. Successful artists will be contacted by 1st November.
Successful artists must deliver work in person on Saturday 27th November 12-3pm.
If you would like to send your work by post, please note that it can only be sent using Royal Mail. Due to Coronavirus restrictions only Royal Mail delivery personnel have access to the building where the post will be sent to. Parcels larger than a Royal Mail medium parcel will need to be delivered in person.
We cannot accept work sent with a courier service, including Parcelforce.
If you have any issues with these dates please contact us before applying.
Successful artists should pay their £30 fee by 22nd November 2021.
Work can be offered for sale during the exhibition, and there is a commission charge of 5% to cover admin costs.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
How to Submit
UK based artists are invited to submit ONE piece of work.
Work can be 2D or 3D, though unfortunately we cannot accept video or audio works. Works which require hanging must be ready to hang with mirror plates or picture wire/cord already attached.
Wall hanging work should be no bigger than 80 cm across any one side, which strictly includes frames and mounts. 3D work must be able to safely stand on a plinth measuring 40x40 or smaller, although work can be any height.
The title and price will be taken from your Curatorspace submission and cannot be changed.
Please submit up to 3 images of your work, one image showing the finished piece of work including the frame (if it will be exhibited as a framed piece of work), and two further images to show detail if needed.
Work should be collected from Exchange Place Studios after the Awards evening on 12th December, or on Thursday 16th December.
If you would like your work returning to you by post please be aware that we charge a small handling fee on top of the price of postage. If work is small enough you are welcome to include a stamped addressed envelope for return postage which will incur no further charge.
All work must be complete at the time of submission. Any work which varies from the original piece submitted may be rejected. If you wish to submit any form of print, it will be your responsibility to print it off and prepare it for exhibition before delivering it to us.
Thank you and good luck!
Michael and Sharon (The Fronteer Team)
 
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Submit to the MASS! October: MICROthe MASS is a monthly online collection of discursive art, articles, opinions, prompts, thoughts, and questions, gathered in response to global issues. Released on the last day of each month, the MASS aims to provide a space for reflection, criticism, and a platform for art as activism the Mass is a non-monetised publication (we are not down with the capitalist agenda), and is free to access by all. Everyone is welcome to submit to the MASS: artists, thinkers, writers, worriers " people with opinions prepared to be critical. All we ask that submissions are offered in a spirit of openness. Our open call is now live for October 2021. the October MASS: MICRO - "Revolution: the small" Deadline 27th October @ 23:59 UK time.
We accept all types of work (text, audio, video, visual, ephemeral, surprise us). Please make sure when selecting your files you are sending the highest quality version you have available.
We welcome texts and work in all languages, but please also provide an English translation (the texts will be featured side-by-side)
Before submitting work to be featured in the MASS, we ask that you read, and are happy with, our three requests:
I.  Please submit work that you are happy to publish. We welcome works in progress, half-finished thoughts, drafts and re-imaginings. However, please make sure you are happy for your submission to be published online, and for other people to see it.
II. Please submit work that is yours to submit. If you are submitting work with multiple authors/creators, please ensure that everyone is happy for the work to be featured in the MASS. If any dispute arises over the authorship of a work (whether text, image, video, etc.), it will have to be removed from the publication. For works featuring nudity, by submitting via CuratorSpace, you are confirming that anyone featured in the work is 18 years of age or older.
III. Please submit work in the spirit of openness. We aim to create a space for creativity, conversation, and provide a platform for art as activism. We welcome work which is inflammatory, poignant, difficult, and obscure. However, submissions which are deliberately discriminatory (in whatever capacity), which undermine the autonomy of others, or which cause harm to those who are vulnerable, will not be published.
In addition to our three requests, when submitting to the MASS please ensure that you consent to our holding your contact details, and any other personal data you may provide (ie Name, Contact details), as detailed in our 
privacy policy
.
Submissions can be withdrawn at any time before the submission deadline. If you wish to withdraw your work from publication after the publishing date (last day of each month), please contact us.
Submissions close a few days before the last day of the month, check the open call for specific dates!
For any questions please contact the editors directly via CuratorSpace.
Previous issues of the MASS are available to view online at
www.the-mass.com
 
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VJ for Collaborative Audio-Visual Experimental (CAVE) sessionI'm looking for a Leeds based VJ, to participate in a Collaborative Audio-Visual Experimentation or CAVE session. Imagine an experimental sound+visuals session where a small group of creatives (approx. 6 or 7) respond to each other using various exercises and patterns.
Who is this for?
VJ's based in Leeds, West Yorkshire
When? 
Monday 29th November 2021: 6pm - 9pm, we™ll be playing approx. 90 min, there will be 90 min available to set-up.
What's involved?
With a group of approx. 6 people we™ll get together in a space transformed through light and projections. We™ll be playing together using various simple exercises and patterns; imagine an experimental jam session. As a VJ I'd like you to get involved in this process, responding to sounds made and throwing your own ideas in the mix with visuals. This isn™t so much about trying to make a particular sound, this is about experimenting, playing and collaborating with people across styles and genres, learning from each other. The visuals are there to create different atmospheres, sometimes music led, sometimes led by the visuals.  
You'll either be plugging an external drive with your content into the venues system or running a projector (provided) from your own laptop / machine. Please be prepared for both eventualities. Whilst some technical assistance will be available, you'll need to be fairly confident in pluggin in and setting up. 
What will you be paid?
This session has been funded by Leeds Inspired. The artist fee is £200, for preparing content, setting up and playing on the night. 
How do I apply?
You can submit through the form attached to this opportunity. You'll be notified no later than 10 days after closing of submissions. 
What's the deadline?
Monday 8th of November 2021 - midnight.
 
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Dark Skies, Wild Seas - Coverack arts-science group residencyDark Skies, Wild Seas: Coverack Group Artist Residency (December 5th - 9th, 2021). A fantastic opportunity to spend time with like-minded people in the quiet fishing village of Coverack, Cornwall, on the Lizard peninsular. This fascinating art-science crossover opportunity is curated to inspire art practitioners, researchers and thinkers alike.

About the Residency
We are hosting this residency at Coverack YHA,  which overlooks the village of Coverack, with jaw-dropping views across Coverack Cove opening into the wild sea. Home to a stunning beach, beautiful harbour, and a warm community spirit, Coverack has lots of things to enjoy alongside your creative practice. Time will be spent researching, discussing,sharing and collaborating. Steeped in Cornish history, we will explore beaches (some secret), delve into historical 'sea road'™, and explore the unusual geological formations that dagger into the sea. Experience a different side of Cornwall with its winter wildlife, wild seas and dark skies all from the warmth of this delightful accommodation. 
We welcome all artforms with lots of room for site-specific working and an abundance of ancient sites and creative walks to fuel inspiration. 
We encourage creatives, researchers and enthusiasts of all disciplines; if you know anyone you think would be interested in the residency, please encourage them to apply. 
Our residencies have a relaxed environment with plenty of time to immerse yourselves in your practice or research. We encourage everyone to share enthusiasm and relevant research; our overview project theme 'Dark Skies, Wild Seas' is connected to star stories, astronomy, geology, and local heritage.
Outcomes
We invite you to showcase your work through our networking channels and contribute to our online blog; this will be shared across our social media platforms. Additionally, if taken up, each artist will have a section on the Mayes Creative website dedicated to their work on this residency. 
Participants will also be invited to join the Mayes Creative artists Patreon network (for a small subscription fee), designed to continue working relationships and collaborations, provoke conversation and discussion, and offer informed advice on funding, project development and working in the arts-science-heritage cross-section. 
Practicalities
Due to the current pandemic, we will be offering limited places, and participants are asked to bubble (and apply) with a family member, friend or colleague with a minimum of two to each room. If this is not possible for you, and you are happy to share a large room with another artist, please apply for yourself. There is lots of communal space, both indoor and outdoor, and social distancing is possible. We will be adhering to all current Covid-19 regulations and government guidelines. Check out our FAQs and don't hesitate to message us with any queries.
The hostel has a well-equipped self-catering kitchen in which we can organise timetabled usage. Communal spaces include a spacious dining room with a large bay window with stunning views of the sea. There is a cosy lounge and conservatory, games room with a pool table and plenty of board games for guests to use.
Further Details:
Taking the theme of 'Dark Skies, Wild Seas' we consider the stories of stars and the wild coastline of the lizard peninsular, looking at how people have lived and worked this special landscape since prehistory using and enjoying the ancient night skies and sea connectivity that we can experience today. 
Highlights during the residency include:
**Sea Roads walk led by Carolyn Kennett. Visit to the ancient promontory cliff castles exploring life on the edge of the world during the Iron Age.
**Alternative analogue film processing with seaweed, foraging for materials and lichen hunting with artist Joanna Mayes. 
**Hands on opportunity to experience traditional methods for working serpentine, led by serpentine artist Don Taylor 
**Secret beach walk, exploring seashore flora and fauna led by Rachel Holder from the National Trust - Lizard Point
**Group visit to Terence Coventry Sculpture Park
**Night walk and stargazing 
**Low light photography session 
£249 - full price per person (14 spaces in 7 rooms, booked as bubbles of at least 2)
2 x £99 concessionary rate places are available to Cornwall residents in need of support. These will be chosen by need, enthusiasm and artist portfolio and/or statement. There will be the opportunity to apply for this within the application form.
Prices include shared accommodation for four nights in this stunning location and full use of the hostel.  
There will also be an opportunity for one artist to contribute a workshop to the residency, in return for a discount of £50 off the full price. Please apply for this within the application form. 
This residency is part of the Star Stories project produced by Mayes Creative and supported by Post Code Lottery & ACE.
 
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What Is Art lll | Open CallWhat Is Art, What Makes It Valuable? While some artists take a very traditional approach to art, others take risks into the unknown and there has always been a constant debate about 'What Is Art' and what makes it valuable.
In contemporary world success can be seen in both approaches, great examples are Damien Hirst and David Hockney, two of the worlds most famous and richest artists and yet with such a different approach to contemporary art. 
The purpose of this exhibition is to create a dialogue between different approaches to contemporary art and to demonstrate that either way can be successful. 
This exhibition will take place at our newly opened space. The new space is located in Tower bridge, one of most iconic places in the world and the most visited place in the whole UK. 
The space is nestled between modern and classic London icons: The Shard 4 minutes away, Tower Bridge 1 minute away, London Bridge 2 minutes away. 
With a blend of traditional Victorian brick walls and a central private bar just for our audience, the space is unique in the whole city of London. 
There are no subject restrictions just a couple of guidelines. 
Submission Guidelines- Please read carefully.
To apply simply send us 3 images of your work (3 different works) Title_ Size_ Medium_ Price and a short bio, no more than 150 words. 
Eligible media but not limited: 
painting | sculpture | photography | digital art | Installation | video | prints | textile | illustrations | etc
To make a submission is absolutely free but we do charge a £165 fee for each  participating artist as we only charge 15% sales commission and that includes: 
printed catalogs | admin | graphic designer | champagne | caviar | professional photographer | hostess | security | bartender
Important dates: 
- the open call will run until 02 November. 
- artworks delivery date is 11 November. 
- the exhibition will run from 12 November until 18 November with a private view on 12 November- 6:00 to 9:00 pm at our gallery space in Tower Bridge London. 
Alternatives. 
We had a lot of enquires from foreign artists to exhibit with us but sometimes shipping the work to London in time might be a bit difficult in this challenging period, that's why we™ve come up with an alternative! If you are one of the accepted artist and you find it hard to ship your work to us, you can send us photos of your work and we can print and frame it for you at no additional cost. 
We have 3 available sizes for the frame: 
Event. 
This will be a physical event and it will take place in our new gallery space in Tower Bridge- London. 
Beverage.
Champagne, Cocktails and Beluga caviar. 
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LGBT History Month Solo Art Exhibition Open CallThis upcoming LGBT History Month February 2022 we would like to offer our gallery space to an artist to create a solo show of artworks that explore the history of the LGBT community in some way. We are particularly keen to hear from local LGBT artists, young people, and other under-represented groups.
This upcoming LGBT History Month February 2022 we would like to offer our gallery space to an artist to create a solo show of artworks that explore the history of the LGBT community in some way. We are particularly keen to hear from local LGBT artists, young people, and other under-represented groups.
Our vision at The Hive is
thriving, creative communities
and we support exhibitions of interesting and inspiring visual artwork encouraging local engagement. We do not expect payment for exhibiting artwork in our gallery, only the contribution of an accompanying activity to better understand you and your artistic practice, which could take the form of an artist talk, exhibition tour or creative workshop.
All art forms are welcome to be submitted, though we ask applicants to consider that The Hive is a multifunctional space that can range at times from being a gig venue, a youth club and a toddler play area, so artworks would need to be secure and strong enough to encounter many groups and the odd unsupervised curious hand.
As a charity operating on a tight budget The Hive will be unable to assist with the cost of transportation of artworks to and from the gallery, or the cost of framing any of the artworks in the show. Please make clear in your submission how you intend to install and display the artworks in the show.
The exhibition will display for roughly 4 weeks, and The Hive will promote the exhibition and activity online, in our printed brochure and local posters. A private view of the show will be held in an evening at the start to open the show and guests will be welcome to purchase refreshments from our café/bar.
To find out more about The Hive please visit our website:
www.hiveonline.org.uk
 
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Artizan Bursaries - 2022 Exhibition ProgrammeWith all fingers, toes and extremities crossed, we hope that 2022 will be our first fully uninterrupted year since 2018. And as such, we are looking to celebrate a return to our usual programming with a year of Bursary Exhibitions at Artizan.
Rather than taking bookings for the year ahead, we™ll be expanding our Bursary programme with a range of fully and partially funded opportunities, and curating a year of activity based on the submissions we receive to this opportunity.
This will include a range of exhibition bursaries, from full 100% fee bursaries across all of our spaces, to online curated showcases with our partners at Artsy.net
There are up to 30 opportunities available for solo, group and virtual shows and this will be the primary route through which we programme for the year ahead.
There is a small fee for the chance to be in with winning a bursary show, all proceeds from which go toward continuing our work to deliver opportunities for artists in the South West.
For full details and to enter, proceed with the form, or for more information contact us through Curatorspace.
Awards
The Main Awards are: 
Up to 30 additional awards will be made from the below:
And individual works awards will include:
- Consideration for selection in the Artizan Collective Curated show due to run for a minimum of one month in 2022.
Opportunities
For physical exhibitions only: 
For Artsy.net viewing rooms:
 
What's not included in the awards?
For Artsy.net viewing rooms:
What you'll need to provide 
Key Dates and Opening Hours
Our opening hours are subject to regular review based on seasonal trends. Current minimum core opening for 2022 is anticipated to be Wednesday-Saturday, 10:00 - 17:30.
The deadline for entries is 31st October 2021. The Awardees will be invited to submit additional information or have offers made before end of November 14th. Unsuccessful applicants will not be contacted.
The Award is offered in 2022 only unless deferral is granted by Artizan Gallery. Artizan Gallery will work to agree a three-week period that is suitable for themselves and the Awardee but in the case that this cannot be agreed does not guarantee to defer or honour the Award.
 
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Above & Below - Land's End arts-science group residencyAbove & Below: Lands End Group Artist Residency (November 7th - 11th, 2021). A fantastic opportunity to spend time with like-minded people in the awe-inspiring location of Lands End, Cornwall, the UK's most Westerly point. This fascinating arts-science-heritage opportunity is curated to inspire art practitioners, researchers and thinkers alike.

We reside at Lands End YHA, a wild, natural setting with views down the Cot Valley of the vast Celtic sea. This remarkable building boasts 1920s period features, a cosy open fire and plenty of indoor and outdoor space, lowlight nights for stargazing and footpaths leading from the hostel to the coast and the village of St Just. 
We welcome all art forms with lots of room for site-specific working and an abundance of ancient sites and creative walks to fuel inspiration. 
We encourage creatives, researchers and enthusiasts of all disciplines; if you know anyone you think would be interested in the residency, please encourage them to apply. 
Our residencies have a relaxed environment with plenty of time to immerse yourselves in your practice or research. There will be many opportunities to collaborate work and ideas with others. We encourage everyone to share enthusiasm and relevant research; our overview project theme 'Above & Below' is connected to space exploration, Cornish heritage, planetary science and geophysics.
Outcomes
We invite you to showcase your work through our networking channels and contribute to our online blog, this will be shared across our social media platforms. Additionally, if taken up, each artist will have a section on the Mayes Creative website dedicated to their work on this residency. 
Participants will also be invited to join the Mayes Creative artists Patreon network (for a small subscription fee); designed to continue working relationships and collaborations, provoke conversation and discussion, and offer informed advice on funding, project development and working in the arts-science-heritage sectors.
Practicalities
Due to the current pandemic, we will be offering limited places, and participants are asked to bubble with a family member, friend or colleague with a minimum of two to each room. 
There is lots of communal space, both indoor and outdoor, and social distancing is possible. We will be adhering to all current Covid-19 regulations and government guidelines. Check out our FAQs and don't hesitate to get in touch using the enquiry form.
The hostel has a well-equipped self-catering kitchen for which we can organise timetabled usage. The dining room and lounge are joined with ample room. The lounge overlooks the pretty garden and the dining room is connected to the self-catering kitchen by an enclosed veranda. Many rooms enjoy stunning sea views. There is a lovely local pub serving food known for its curry and a great artisan deli and pizza offer nearby for people to eat out or order in.
Further Details:
Taking the theme of 'Above and Below' we consider materiality and ways in which the story of the development of the solar system impacts on our knowledge and understanding of life on Earth. We consider Cornwall's amazing prehistoric and industrial material heritage and extend perspectives through an exploration of connections between planetary and terrestrial geology.
Highlights during the residency include:
**A mix of art, science and heritage discussions
**an opportunity to delve into the Cornish language with local specialist - Tony Wood (TBC)
**Informative and inspiring walks including St. Just to Tregeseal and a low light walk around Chapel Carn Brea 
**A group visit to the Kurt Jackson gallery in St Just
**Phytograms and alternative film development using plants with artist Joanna Mayes
**Capture sounds and immerse yourselves in deep sonic listening hosted by Justin Wiggan (TBC) during a visit to Carn Euny - one of the best-preserved Iron Age villages in South West England, 
**Visit the 'Fogou', a Subterranean space, followed by an ancient sites talk with Carolyn Kennett
**Low light nights with plenty of stargazing opportunities (weather dependant)
Costs 
£249 - full price per person (16 spaces in 8 rooms, booked as bubbles of at least 2)
2 x £99 concessionary rate places are available to Cornwall residents in need of support. These will be chosen by need, enthusiasm and artist portfolio and/or statement. There will be the opportunity to apply for this within the application form.
Prices include shared accommodation for four nights in this stunning location and full use of the hostel.  
There will also be an opportunity for one artist to contribute a workshop to the residency, in return for a discount of £50 off the full price. Please apply for this within the application form. 
This residency is part of the Above and Below project produced by Mayes Creative and is supported by Heritage Lottery Fund and Feast.
 
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12 workshops for 12 artists for 12 monthsAn open call to join a group of 12 people. Every month for a year, one of us will run a workshop to the other eleven participants. This workshop can be anything of your choice - an art skill, a dance, a chat, experiments in sound, talking politics, something out of this world. Anything goes. This means after one year, each of us will have delivered a workshop and participated in another eleven.
With that in mind, I am looking for eleven people who are open to trying out new things, who want to meet new people, are excited to pump some energy to keep this going and, can commit to meeting once a month for a year (a commitment I know¦ let's see if it's possible¦!).
These workshops will happen in London and preferably in person (lockdown restriction depending) and will happen on the
first Tuesday of each month in the evening
:
Tuesday 2nd November
Tuesday 7th December
Tuesday 4th January
Tuesday 1st February
etc.
If you™d like to be involved but can™t make Tuesdays, tick the box on the form and if there's enough interest, I can make another group of 12¦!
Apply if:
You think you can commit to the majority of the twelve workshops
You have something you want to share in workshop form
You're up for trying new things and putting energy into the group
You want to meet new people
Apply with:
A short description of a workshop you would deliver - this can change nearer the time
A few sentences about why you would like to be one of 12
A few sentences about you and your practice and links to your work (if you have any)
About me:
I am an artist; I work across performance, film, drawing, stories. I have just graduated from MA Sculpture at Royal College of Art where I was part of the collective ADAM. I™m keen to continue meeting people, working in a team and pushing myself creatively. You can see my work here:
helenhelen.co.uk
Deadline: Midnight Sunday 24th October
 
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OPEN CALL Scion - Cupola Christmas Show, 27 November - 8 January, OPEN CALLScion™ 27 November 2021 - 8 January 2022. Open Call for submissions for our Christmas exhibition in our 30th anniversary year. We may not get any snow, but we do need lots of lovely artworks!
As ever we are seeking a variety of works across all media responding to the title 'Scion'.  We are particularly looking for work around ideas of new growth, protection and descendents but a broad interpretation is encouraged.
MEANING
Scion - A detached shoot or twig containing buds from a woody plant.
Or
Guardian
Or
A descendant, especially a first-generation descendant
Selected work will need to be delivered to Cupola no later than Wednesday 17 November, although we can certainly accept work earlier. Feel free to submit single items, groups or collections of work.
All works should be for sale and the gallery takes commission on works sold. There is no fee for submitting works for consideration.
To work out the overall price of your work, please use the following formula:
Your wholesale price x 2.2 = retail including the VAT we have to charge. ie. £100 x 2.2 = £220.  £100 to artist, £100 to gallery £20 to HMRC.
 
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TRANSIENT: Open Call for September Residences for creatives exploring Art & Technology!!@t.ransienttt is a Virtual Residency Programme via Instagram, supporting emerging and established creatives who explore the relationship between Art & Technology.
Launched in April 2020, 
TRANSIENT
 offers creatives an accessible platform to showcase their work, as well as connecting with fellow, like-minded creatives from all over the world.  So far, we've had creatives taking part in the programme from Indonesia, Scotland, Germany, North & South America, Finland, Israel, Ireland and many more, creating a global-art network.
Each residency lasts 5 days (Mon-Fri)  with creatives having complete control over what they wish to share. We ask that creatives post a maximum of 2 posts a day but of course, can use the story feature too. After acceptance, each creative will be contacted (via email) to arrange a residency date. We will then be in contact a week  before your residency is due to begin to ask for a 200 words max statement (this will be posted the morning your residency starts), once this has been recieved we will send the Instagram Account Log On Details.
Once your residency is complete, you will be added to our Residency Archives section of the Transient Website. This will include your Artist Statement,  an image or video of practice and links to your website & social media accounts.
After submission, please allow us 2 weeks to respond. If we feel your submission does not link to art & technology / what we are trying to achieve on the page, we may decline your submission.
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/t.ransienttt/
Wesbite: https://www.transienttt.co.uk/
 
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Artwork for new West Yorkshire Children and Young Peoples Mental Health ServiceWe are looking for artwork for the Red Kite View Art Gallery which will reside in the main reception of the new hospital. Our ARTS STRATEGY aims to create a safe, clinically appropriate space that uses the arts to provide visual appeal but that also offers a recovering well, and inspiring environment which aims to address some of the wider challenges faced by young people through acknowledging the role that creativity has to play.
This new £20 million unit, to be known as Red Kite View, will accommodate a new enhanced Children and Young People's Mental Health Inpatient Service (previously known as CAMHS). The new unit will include 22 inpatient beds and much needed improvements and facilities for children and young people across West Yorkshire.
This will include a range of spacious and therapeutic areas, including a multi-purpose activity room, educational facilities, a family visiting room, courtyards and a green communal space for service users and staff. The plans for the new unit were developed with young people and their families, and will deliver a high quality environment and the best possible care for young people.
At the end of December 2020, and following consultation with residents at York's Mill Lodge, Leeds™ Little Woodhouse Hall, and Youth Board members, the name of the CAMHS unit will be " Red Kite View.
The Kite is a bird that is well-established in West Yorkshire, and it can also be something fun that you fly in the sky. The name lends itself well to further naming of the two wards at the unit, as well as a theme for the internal artwork, so Board members felt this name would appeal to young people across different ages.
In line with our Arts Strategy, our hopes are;
We would like to invite artists from across the West Yorkshire region to submit work to be installed within the Red Kite View gallery space. 
Artists will be paid £250 per selected artwork.
 
 
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THE LAND IS CHANGING Open CallThe dialogue around our Buy The Kilo shop and gallery is environmental issues. Whether it is climate change, pollution, industry, health, food customers engage their thoughts while shopping. In our Gallery we exhibit a visual presence to inspire more conversations.


As a plastic activist through my art and the shop, I am very passionate about the subject and try and get as much information out through conversation to encourage our audience to engage and partake.
Since launching in 2019, we have shown several artists work in our space. Each artist has a keen interest in the environment and the problems that single-use plastic can cause. Artists include Jackie Sewell, co-founder, Ali Elly, Alice Bradshaw, Nerissa Cargill Thompson, Tim Pugh and Di McGhee. In 2021 our programme of artists, highlighted the issues of plastic and the detrimental effect it has had in our seas and rivers.
We are now looking for artists who are working on what is happening on the land and the environment where they live. It can be photography, paint, sculpture, written word, textiles. Sadly, we have no facilities for video, audio or light submissions.
The chosen Artists will exhibit for a month, with the opportunity to sell, paying 30% commission to the shop. The artist is responsible for getting their work to and from the shop when it is their time to exhibit. They can post it and I will hang as instructed.  They can exhibit two pieces of work no larger than 120cm square or several smaller pieces to fit into that size. Artists must have their own Artist insurance.
 
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QUARTERLY MAGAZINE LAUNCH - Contemporary art, culture and activism. ARTISTS RESPONDING TO ...After a very successful year of producing 11 fine art and literature Zines responding to environmental, political and social issues, ARTISTS RESPONDING TO ... will be launching a magazine in January 2022! Our magazine will be a digital and printed publication which uses creative depictions or literature to highlight current world issues, news and movements that aren't getting the attention that they deserve. A political and environmental platform to help ignite conversations and spread awareness through visual and written poetic responses.
Our mission is to use our magazine as a showcase of global artists, creatives and writers who use their unique voice to tackle issues that have emotionally or physically impacted them. 
The magazine will include
artist highlights
, where we will curate pages of artists working in all creative mediums such as paint, sculpture, textile, photography, digital art and graphics, poetry, dance, song lyrics, and any other experimental form of creative expression. 
It will also include features such as
art reviews
and
exhibition must sees
,
interviews
,
articles
on global news,
advice columns
for emerging artists and an
open call/opportunities page

We are looking for submissions to any part of the above features! 
Is your artistic practice politically engaged? 
Are you a writer looking for an opportunity to get published? 
Do you have an upcoming exhibition or opportunity you want to share? 
Then we want to hear from you! 
We want to share your passion and experience your anger, your confusion, your glimpses of hope, your excitement and your anxieties, making our magazine a space for activism but also a form of information. 
This is a free opportunity to get involved in a powerful and international initiative. Please only submit work that is your own and you are happy for us to share. 
Get creative and use your power of expression to discuss news, movements or a happening you care about. 
If successful, your work will be featured in our digital and print magazine available to purchase via our website: www.artistsrespondingto.co.uk
We will also be promoting the magazine and works featured through our social media platforms. Find us on Instagram and Facebook at - @artistsrespondingto. 
If you have any questions about what to submit or the application process, please get in touch.
 
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PRISM MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION 2021Application for new members to join the Prism Textiles exhibiting group.
Prism is a well-established group of textile artists, set up to give opportunities to exhibit at a professional level. This opportunity is open to all artists using textiles as a part of, or major influence in, their work.  
Membership is maintained by successful submission of work for group exhibitions, renewal of annual membership fee and active participation in the life of the group.
Please remember that your commitment as a member will involve you not only exhibiting on a regular basis, but also offering the group your time towards administration, publicity, setting up exhibitions, stewarding etc.
MEMBERSHIP FEES
At the present time there is an annual membership fee. It is proposed that this year's subscription will be £70 and this will be reduced to £55 for Early Bird payment. Please note that subscriptions can vary from year to year.
HANGING FEES
Each exhibition will incur costs towards the hanging of the show, hire of the gallery and publicity, (as an example, this years hanging fees were £95, these fees are subject to change at the discretion of the committee). Prism is a self-financing group, but the committee aim to keep the costs as low as possible.
To encourage new graduates we are offering a 50% reduction in fees on both membership and exhibition hanging fees for the first two years of membership.
The 2021 membership application opportunity will close on 19th November 2021.
An administrative fee of £16 is charged to cover the costs of the application. Payment must be made when submitting your application and will be completed through the CuratorSpace site.
The full selection process will be completed using the digital images and information supplied through the CuratorSpace platform. 
Those applicants who successfully reach the second stage of selection will be required to submit further information and imagery about a piece of work chosen by the panel for review. More detailed information will be provided on reaching this stage.
If you have any questions concerning the group or application procedures please do not hesitate to get in touch.
If successful you will be required to successfully apply to exhibit a minimum of once every three years to retain your membership.
https://www.prismtextiles.co.uk
 
The following submission fees apply to this opportunity.
The appropriate fee will be payable using a debit or credit card after the submission has been completed.
Contact the curator
if you have any questions about the opportunity or the submission fee, or email
[email protected]
if you have any questions about the payment process.
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YOU KEEP IT ZINE: Early-career artists / writers linked to East MidlandsYOU KEEP IT ZINE was created in response to the everyday socio-political situation. To start an informal, nurturing  and sustainable conversation on alternative ways of everyday protest, coping and change. For the first issue (#1) we are looking for multidisciplinary submissions on the theme of alternative ways of protest against CAPITALISM.

There are no restrictions in terms of the medium or timeframe when your work was made as long as you can find a creative way to fit it on a double page spread. You can submit visual materials or written pieces like poetry, song lyrics, recipes, notes, essays. The list is endless! 
We are particularly interested in how you incorporate your response and themes within the chosen format. 
Selected artists will be 
HOW TO SUBMIT 
Please submit:
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:
This opportunity is for early-career artists, creatives, musicians, writers, thinkers with a link to East Midlands.
DEADLINE
29/10/2021
@youkeepitzine
 
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Flourish Award for Excellence in Printmaking 2021-22 - Call out to ArtistsSelected from open submission, the 12th Flourish Award for Excellence in Printmaking will bring together a diverse range of printmaking by selected artists from across the UK, presented in venues in the north of England in 2022.


The Flourish Award celebrates excellence in printmaking through a curated exhibition of around 12-15 artists shortlisted from open submission. We are looking for creativity, skill, originality and innovation in traditional handmade print: from relief print and intaglio to screenprint, lithography and more.
The winner of the Award goes on to present their own solo print exhibition in Huddersfield. They will also benefit from a 2-week period of access to the facilities at WYPW.  In addition, there are runners-up prizes, including our student/recent graduate award.
The competition is open to established, emerging, and student artist/printmakers, with shortlisting and prizes awarded by an independent panel of judges. With the support of the Golsoncott Foundation this year, we have been able to reduce the submission fee to £5. Artists can submit up to 3 works for consideration, and have the chance to be part of an increasingly recognised Award and national exhibiton, which provides a significant development opportunity for the winner as well as exposure for all short listed artists.
The winner of last year's Flourish Award was Lucy May Schofield. The Great Art Award went to Louisa Boyd, and the WYPW student/recent graduate prize was shared by Flora MacLachlan and Lucie McGregor.Flora also won the Hawthorn Printmakers Supplies 'People's Choice' award voted for by visitors to the exhibition.
Deadline for submissions
14th November 2021
Judges
Mohammad Barrangi, Artist, Illustrator and Printmaker
Yasmin Canvin, Freelance Curator
Grant Scanlan, Huddersfield Museums Manager
Prizes
The winner of the Award goes on to present a solo show in Huddersfield. They will also benefit from a two-week 'residency' at WYPW.
The Student/Recent Graduate Award enables an artist to access a course of their choice at WYPW.
More prizes will be announced.
Exhibition
The exhibition will open at The World of Glass, St Helens on 22nd January until 18th March 2022, followed by Huddersfield in April-May with more venues to be confirmed. 
Fee
There is one submission fee of £5 and artists can submit up to 3 works.
Please make your payment via BACS:
West Yorkshire Print Workshop
20-26-08
03803309
Please include a reference code when making payment with 'FLAW' followed by your initials. E.g. 'FLAWAB'
Find out more about Flourish and West Yorkshire Print Workshop at www.wypw.org
 
2021-11-14 00:00:00United Kingdomcuratorspcae

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Submit to the MASS! November: CHOCOLATEthe MASS is a monthly online collection of discursive art, articles, opinions, prompts, thoughts, and questions, gathered in response to global issues. Released on the last day of each month, the MASS aims to provide a space for reflection, criticism, and a platform for art as activism the Mass is a non-monetised publication (we are not down with the capitalist agenda), and is free to access by all. Everyone is welcome to submit to the MASS: artists, thinkers, writers, worriers " people with opinions prepared to be critical. All we ask that submissions are offered in a spirit of openness. Our open call is now live for November 2021. the November MASS: CHOCOLATE - "the worship that never disappoints" Deadline 27th November @ 23:59 UK time.
We accept all types of work (text, audio, video, visual, ephemeral, surprise us). Please make sure when selecting your files you are sending the highest quality version you have available.
We welcome texts and work in all languages, but please also provide an English translation (the texts will be featured side-by-side)
Before submitting work to be featured in the MASS, we ask that you read, and are happy with, our three requests:
I.  Please submit work that you are happy to publish. We welcome works in progress, half-finished thoughts, drafts and re-imaginings. However, please make sure you are happy for your submission to be published online, and for other people to see it.
II. Please submit work that is yours to submit. If you are submitting work with multiple authors/creators, please ensure that everyone is happy for the work to be featured in the MASS. If any dispute arises over the authorship of a work (whether text, image, video, etc.), it will have to be removed from the publication. For works featuring nudity, by submitting via CuratorSpace, you are confirming that anyone featured in the work is 18 years of age or older.
III. Please submit work in the spirit of openness. We aim to create a space for creativity, conversation, and provide a platform for art as activism. We welcome work which is inflammatory, poignant, difficult, and obscure. However, submissions which are deliberately discriminatory (in whatever capacity), which undermine the autonomy of others, or which cause harm to those who are vulnerable, will not be published.
In addition to our three requests, when submitting to the MASS please ensure that you consent to our holding your contact details, and any other personal data you may provide (ie Name, Contact details), as detailed in our 
privacy policy
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Submissions can be withdrawn at any time before the submission deadline. If you wish to withdraw your work from publication after the publishing date (last day of each month), please contact us.
Submissions close a few days before the last day of the month, check the open call for specific dates!
For any questions please contact the editors directly via CuratorSpace.
Previous issues of the MASS are available to view online at
www.the-mass.com
 
2021-11-27 00:00:00United Kingdomcuratorspcae

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Meet the LocalsMeet the Locals is a group exhibition showcasing the work of local artists from Sheffield, UK and the surrounding areas.
Fronteer Gallery invite artists local to Sheffield and the surrounding area to submit work to Meet the Locals, an exhibition which aims to showcase the work of local artists. Artists from South Yorkshire, Derbyshire, and Nottinghamshire are all welcome to apply. If you are outside of these areas but still consider yourself local please get in touch. You are welcome to submit work of any kind and in any medium (except audio or video). Please be aware that successful artists must deliver their work to us before Fronteer Gallery closes for Christmas. 
The exhibition will run for 3 weeks, from 5th January " 22nd January. There will be a private view evening on Saturday 8th January.
It is free to submit work, with only successful artists paying a £30 fee.
UK based artists are invited to submit
ONE
piece of work along with 50 words about the work, and 50 words about their practice, which will be displayed alongside your work.  
The gallery is open Wednesdays - Saturdays.
The submission deadline is 26th November 2021. Successful artists will be contacted by 1st December 2021.  
Successful artists are welcome to send their work by post. Please note that it can only be sent using Royal Mail, and must the fit dimensions for a Royal Mail medium parcel. Due to Coronavirus restrictions only Royal Mail delivery personnel have access to the building where the post will be sent to. We cannot accept work sent by courier. Please note that the postal address is not the same as the gallery address. All work sent by post must reach us not later than 11th December 2021.
Artists are also welcome to deliver work in person to the gallery during gallery opening hours before 11th December 2021. Any work which is too big to be sent as a Royal Mail medium parcel must be delivered in person.
If you have any issues with these dates or parcel sizes please contact us before applying.
Successful artists should pay their £30 fee by 16th December 2021.
Work can be offered for sale during the exhibition, and there is a commission charge of 5%.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
How to Submit
Artists are invited to submit ONE piece of work.
Work can be 2D or 3D, though unfortunately we cannot accept video or audio works.
Wall mounted work can be up to 60cm across any one side, but can also be smaller than this, and any shape. The dimensions you give for your work when submitting must include the size of the frame if the work is a framed piece. Sculptural and 3D works should be able to stand on a 40x40cm plinth, or smaller. If you are unsure about the size and shape of 3D pieces, and our ability to cater for them, please get in touch.
All wall text information relating to your work, including price and description, will be taken directly from your Curatorspace submission and should be correct at the time of submission.
Please submit up to 3 images of your work, one image showing the finished piece of work, including the frame if the work is framed, and two further images to show detail if needed.
You should write up to 50 words about the work, and up to 50 words about your practice, written in the third person, which will be displayed alongside your work.
Work should be collected from the gallery during gallery opening hours between 26th January " 26th February. If you would like your work returning to you by post please be aware that we charge a fee which includes packaging, handling and recorded postage with up to £50 of cover on items that are eligible, either through Royal mail or Parceforce. Couriers cannot collect your work from the gallery. If work is small enough you are welcome to include a stamped addressed envelope for return postage which will incur no further charge.
Please note, the gallery will be closed between 11th December " 5th January and we will not be able to answer any emails or messages from 17th December.
All work must be complete at the time of submission. Any work which varies from the original piece submitted may be rejected. If you wish to submit any form of print, it will be your responsibility to print it off and prepare it for exhibition before delivering it to us.
Thank you and good luck!
Michael and Sharon (The Fronteer Team)
 
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Leeds based musicians for experimental sound workshop!Do you play/create music and find yourself going back to the same rhythms and sounds? Are you looking to shake things up? Come and join me for a visually immersive experimental sound session with people from randomly different styles and genres.

The focus is on play, experimentation and collaboration between people from various backgrounds, musical heritage and level of skill in a space that is transformed with projections. The only requirement for participating is that you are based in Leeds and have a reasonable command of an instrument or your voice and an open mind. I'd love to bring together a really diverse group, from a sitar to a synth and everything around it and in between.
It's a chance for anyone interested in sound and music-making to engage in a new and experimental way whilst in a safe space, to take new things away with you and grow in what you do. 
Who am I?
I'm an artist working with glass, sound, video and programming. I'm based at Patrick Studios in Leeds. I've worked collaboratively a lot, especially since 2015, creating large immersive glass/video installations. From there I started to explore sound using my glass sculptures. I've found that working collaboratively can really draw things out that are much harder to achieve when you practice alone. That is why I want to set up these sessions, to play with people coming at it from many different angles. 
Who is this for? 
When?
 
Monday 29th November 2021:  6pm - 9pm, we'll be playing approx. 90 min
What's involved?
With a group of approx. 6 people we'll get together in a space transformed through light and projections. We'll be playing together using various simple exercises and patterns, imagine an experimental jam session. This isn't so much about trying to make a particular sound, this is about experimenting, playing and collaborating with people across styles and genres, learning from each other.
What's the cost?
This session has been funded by Leeds Inspired and so is currently free to you.
How do I apply?
Add your submission with a link, a description or a short video of what you do (so I can make sure we have a really diverse group) through CuratorSpace.
Closing of applications:
Monday 8th November 2021 - midnight
What happens next?
Places are limited so after closing of applications I will confirm your place. If you weren™t successful for this session you™ll have the option of remaining on the list to be notified of future sessions before they are advertised. 
 
2021-11-08 00:00:00United Kingdomcuratorspcae

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ORBIT: Open Call for Interviews w/ Behind The Scenes CreativesORBIT is hosting an online interview series! Every now and again we'll publish an 'interview' we've had with artists, where we have an ongoing conversation about their work through a series of emails, and we're looking for more artists/creatives to get involved!
SO I am inherently nosy, and my favourite part of hosting these weekly residencies is really being able to get such a deep insight into artists practises, the techniques they use and how they got to that point, and so on.  
In a new branch of ORBIT, I want to shift the focus from the artists over to the people ~behind the scenes~ " people who curate exhibitions, run galleries, manage spaces, host podcasts and workshops, create/distribute zines etc. alongside (or in place of) their creative practise.
I really want to understand how and why people have started these creative projects, to highlight the amount of work that goes into running these kinds of endeavours and what they hope to gain from it, and so on. I want to talk about the parts of the art world that isn™t actually the art and to allow people an insight into all the different creative paths you can take!
If you™d like to be considered for an interview (which will happen as a back-and-forth email chain before being published on the ORBIT website), please send us information about yourself, a brief overview about whatever project you™d like to talk about, and all the relevant contact details and links. Interviews will be taking place as an ongoing conversation via email, so please make sure to include your current email address. 
This isn™t really an open call as such, maybe just more of a way of seeing who™d be interested and figuring out the logistics of it. Interviews will most likely be published once a week, so please get in touch cos I™d love to have a bit of a natter!
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Stars, Planets, and Space Small Works Open CallFronteer Gallery are looking for small works inspired by the planets, stars, space, and the cosmos to form part of a group exhibition.
Fronteer Gallery are looking for space inspired small works to form an exhibition in our Basement Gallery, which will run for 4 weeks. The exhibition will be called Celestial Bodies.
You are welcome to submit work of any kind that you feel fits with this theme, in any medium (except audio or video), but works must be light weight and no bigger than 20x20cm.
The exhibition will run from 8th January " 5th February, with a private view evening on Saturday 8th January.
It is free to submit work, with only successful artists paying a £15 fee for each piece of work accepted.
UK based artists are invited to submit
up to 3
pieces of work.  Different pieces of work should be submitted separately, creating a new submission for each piece.
The gallery is open Wednesdays - Saturdays.
The submission deadline is 24th November 2021. Successful artists will be contacted by 1st December 2021.
PLEASE NOTE, THE DELIVERY DATE IS BEFORE CHRISTMAS TO ENSURE WORK ARRIVES IN GOOD TIME DUE TO CHRISTMAS POST DELAYS.
Successful artists should send their work by post. Please note that it can only be sent using Royal Mail, and must the fit dimensions for a Royal Mail medium parcel or smaller. Due to Coronavirus restrictions only Royal Mail delivery personnel have access to the building where the post will be sent to. Please note that the postal address is not the same as the gallery address. All work sent by post must reach us not later than 16th December.
Artists may also deliver work in person to the gallery during gallery opening hours before 11th December 2021.
If you have any issues with these dates or parcel sizes please contact us before applying.
Successful artists should pay their £15 fee (per piece of work accepted) by 16th December 2021 at the latest.
Work can be offered for sale during the exhibition, and there is a commission charge of 5% to cover admin costs.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
How to Submit
Artists are invited to submit up to 3 pieces of work, with up to 150 words about the work which will NOT be displayed alongside your work in the exhibition.  
Work can be 2D or 3D, though unfortunately we cannot accept video or audio works.
Work should be no bigger than 20x20 cm, but can be smaller and any dimensions. The dimensions you give for your work when submitting must include the size of the frame if the work is a framed piece.
All wall text information relating to your work, including price and title, will be taken directly from your Curatorspace submission and should be correct at the time of submission.
You may submit up to 3 images of each work, one image showing the finished piece of work, including the frame if the work is framed, and two further images to show detail if needed.
Work should be collected from the gallery during gallery opening hours between 16th February " 18th March 2022. If you would like your work returning to you by post please be aware that we charge a handling fee. We return work by taking it in person to the Post Office and sending with Royal Mail or Parcelforce only. Couriers cannot collect work from the gallery. If work is small enough you are welcome to include a stamped addressed envelope for return postage which will incur no further charge.
Please note, the gallery will be closed between from 11th December " 5th January and we will not be able to answer any emails or messages during this time.
All work must be complete at the time of submission. Any work which varies from the original piece submitted may be rejected. If you wish to submit any form of print, it will be your responsibility to print it off and prepare it for exhibition before delivering it to us.
The Basement Gallery space is downstairs with no disabled access.
Thank you and good luck!
Michael and Sharon (The Fronteer Team)
 
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International Residencies at Fish Factory Art Space, Cornwall, UK DUE TO COVID-19 OUR RESIDENCIES ARE CURRENTLY ON HOLD- FEEL FREE TO MAKE AN APPLICATION DURING THIS TIME, HOWEVER WE DON'T KNOW YET WHEN WE WILL BE ABLE TO REOPEN


The Fish Factory Art Space CIC is offering a rolling programme of 2-4 week residencies at it's venue in Penryn, Cornwall.  Opened in 2011 by local artist Rose Hatcher, the Fish Factory  has  provided a forum for both Cornish emerging artists and international collaborators working in challenging and diverse mediums from interactive installations, to murals, to photomontage, printmaking, music and film. We are  looking for artists that want to engage with our lively and varied programme of contemporary, alternative and innovative visual arts, performance and events.
 
Fish Factory Art Space inhabits a former sail loft in Penryn, Cornwall, South West England. It houses studios, a small event space/independant gallery, a dark room, small photo studio, a vegan cafe and a shop selling books, comics, zines, prints and more.  Running since 2011 the Fish Factory moved from it's former home on Falmouth Wharves to a new permanent space in Penryn in 2017. 
The diversity of offerings at the Fish have one thing in common: they flourish in the open and welcoming atmosphere the Fish Factory offers. A definite alternative to the corporate mainstream face of modern art today.
We provide you with a desk space in our open plan co-work space, as well access to our b/w darkroom and photography studio. In addition you can take advantage of our vegan cafe, small shop and our acoustic recording studio (by arrangement).
You will have the option of holding a public event and exhibition, but this is not essential as we see this residency as more a way for you to develop a project, network and a chance to experience the Cornish art scene.
We also offer a live/work studio space which provides accommodation at our new 'Baby Fish' studios, just down the road from our main building.
Residency costs without accommodation:
£250 for 2 weeks
£400 for 4 weeks
 
Residency costs with accommodation:
£375 for 2 weeks
£600 for 4 weeks
 
You will be required to pay a 50% non-refundable deposit on acceptance of your place. 
Please specify dates you would like to attend in your application.
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Two new rental venues for the arts and events in Aldeburgh, Suffolk, UK.Applications are now being accepted for solo and group shows and cultural events in BallroomArts, two new rental venues for the arts and events in the famous seaside town of Aldeburgh.
BallroomArts
invites curators and artists to consider our two rental venues, the Courtyard Gallery and The Ballroom for exhibitions and events. These newly refurbished galleries provide excellent new facilities and attract buyers year round. 
Our rates are for rental only, and we do not take commissions on any sales. 
Weekly rentals run from Monday to Sunday and your gallery must be cleared by Sunday evening or 9am Monday latest. Licensees determine their start/finish dates within the hire period. BallroomArts opening hours can be 10.00 - 22.00 and licencees can hold private views.
The Courtyard Gallery weekly rental rates range from £350 - £650 + Vat and The Ballroom weekly rate is £2150 + Vat.
There is a lift to The Ballroom on the upper floor, and there is a disabled toilet on the ground floor.
Events and exhibitions will be listed on www.ballroomarts.org at least one month prior to the start date. Licensees must provide images and text.
 
2022-03-01 00:00:00United Kingdomcuratorspcae

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Durlston Pleasure Grounds Installation CommissionDorset Council are seeking an artist or arts collective for a project as part of the HLF-funded Durlston Pleasure Grounds Project at Durlston Country Park National Nature Reserve in Swanage, Dorset. The artist(s), in consultation with the Project Team, will design, produce and install an artwork, which explores the heritage of the Pleasure Grounds and in particular, highlights the diversity of responses to this very special landscape.

The ˜Durlston Pleasure Grounds™ Project is a partnership, led by Dorset Council to enhance the Victorian landscape at Durlston for nature, history and people, which will be completed by August 2022.
Volunteers are working with Rangers, artists and specialists to create a landscape which is welcoming, accessible, inspiring, educational, surprising, playable and sustainable.
The Victorian landscape and features are being enhanced to realise George Burt's vision for people to ˜Look round and read great nature's open book™. Habitats are being enhanced for wildlife and people, while maintaining the tranquillity of the area.
Opportunities for play, discovery and creativity are being enhanced, along with a base for training, volunteering and community events.
The project will help Durlston become the best place in Dorset for people with disabilities and reduced mobility to enjoy wildlife and the countryside.
The legacy will include a skilled and expanded staff and volunteer group supporting the management of the area, creating a landscape which can evolve to meet the needs of visitors and local people.
Aims of Commission:
The artist(s), in consultation with the Project Team, will design, produce and install an artwork, which explores the heritage of the Pleasure Grounds and in particular, the diversity of responses to this very special landscape. The work should help tell the story of the Pleasure Grounds through a variety of responses to it, from the Victorian period to the present, creating an artwork which will enrich the experience of visitors walking around the site and encourage them to consider their relationship with the landscape.
This could include philosophical, scientific or aesthetic responses or provocations. These could be incorporated into planned or existing features, enhancing the important historic and natural landscape. The artwork should be presented in a low-impact or possibly transient way, in a variety of media. This could include short pieces of found text or sound recordings. The artwork could be distributed throughout the landscape, be at one location, or exist in a digital or other intangible form. The commission could include the collection of new material to be included eg. interviews or workshops with users or visitors.
Messages and Objectives of Commission:
Supporting Information:
Please view the Durlston website
www.durlston.co.uk 
A wide range of supporting documents and surveys are available to the succseful candidate.
Timings:
The provisional timetable for the design, production and installation of the work is:
¢ Advertising for artist: October 2021
¢ Closing date for applications
: 5pm Monday 6th December
¢ Selection and appointment of artist by interview:
Thursday 16th December 2021
¢ Research, design and production: From December 2021
¢ Installation: tbc on appointment, but installation, snagging and handover must be complete before the end of June 2022
Project Management & Monitoring:
The Client is Dorset Council. The key contact will be the Project Leader. The successful artist will be required to work closely with the client to develop ideas and ensure the work links to other features, interpretation and themes.
Milestones will include:
Sustainability
The design and development of the work should consider the minimisation of energy use and the use of sustainable resources.
Budget
A maximum budget figure of
£10,000
has been allowed at this stage for design, production and delivery of work to site.
NB: This will need to cover all costs (for example materials, expenses research, travel expenses, workshops, meetings etc.). A schedule of payments would be agreed on appointment. Some staff and volunteer time may be available to assist with installation where appropriate.
On-site accommodation and studio space may be available to the successful candidate at no cost for short periods during the delivery of the commission.
Selection Process
Selection will be by a panel, which will include project and site staff/volunteers and Project arts advisors. Shortlisting will be made on the basis of written proposals as detailed below, with shortlisted candidates being interviewed.
Appointment Timescale Proposals and fee budgets should be submitted to be received by the client by 5pm Monday 6th December
The proposals should be no more than 5 pages and include:
- Your approach, methodology and initial concept, including supporting visual or audio material
- Your approach to creating public art in a sensitive and important landscape
- Your experience relevant to the outputs
- Particular skills and expertise that you would bring to this project
- An indicative budget showing an approximate breakdown of costs (fees, expenses etc)
- Examples of other relevant work
- Details of referees who we can contact
- Experience of producing high quality outdoor public art
- Details of Public Liability Insurance held
Selection (including interviews) will take place on
Thursday 16th December 2021
with the aim of work commencing immediately following appointment. 
Copyright and confidentiality:
The copyright of any documents produced lies with Dorset Council.
Item Commission Notes 
The commission should use artistic interventions in the landscape to provoke curiosity, exploration and to explore the range of responses to the Pleasure Grounds from the Victorian period to the present, including scientific, historical, philosophical and personal responses.
These should inspire visitors to contemplate it's diverse historic, natural and personal heritage and consider their own response.
George Burt's estate was filled with locally quarried stones containing letter carvings with verses from poetry, scientific observations and literary quotes. In the same way that Burt built an intriguing and thought-provoking environment, we would like the new artwork to explore the personal responses of a variety people to the landscape and enrich the experience of visitors.
The work might include short pieces of text. This could draw on resources including the Durlston historic archive, the Ranger's Diaries and the words and recollections of Durlston visitors and volunteers It is envisaged that the work would be predominantly ˜light-touch™, though perhaps with some bolder elements, distributed at a variety of locations throughout the Pleasure Grounds and may include elements incorporated into other features.
The artists will work closely with the Project Team to ensure the work fits harmoniously with other design elements.
The artists should provide concept illustrations / images of the proposed design and reasonings
Groundworks
Durlston can provide some limited  in-house support to ensure that the area where the proposed commission is appropriate and ready for the installation. The commission will form part of a wider programme of landscape works.
Materials
Choice of material and fixings should ensure that the artwork is low maintenance and have a long lifespan in a harsh, coastal environment All equipment must be guaranteed.
Additional Information
Please ensure you have viewed the Durlston Pleasure Grounds page here:
https://www.durlston.co.uk/ParksforPeople.aspx
Discussions and site visits can be arranged to look at Durlston and to get a greater understanding of the ethos of Durlston and how visitors utilise the park.
For more information, or to discuss your application, please contact Ali Tuckey, Project Leader.
 
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EXHIBITION OPEN CALL for a series of rotating exhibitions Jan -June 2022 // Sheffield City CentreCALLING ALL ARTISTS AND MAKERS! Exhibit your work in a high traffic contemporary cafe space in Sheffield City Centre.
We at Gaard Coffee would like to offer you the opportunity to be part of our new venture to support local artists at our city centre venue!
We are looking for people to display work in monthly installments from January onwards. You would be part of a series of rotating exhibitions by artists and makers from Sheffield and further afield and have your work displayed in a busy, high footfall area. It will be free to display and we hope to hold an official opening event for each show which we will advertise on our socials and in our various sites in the run up to the event. 
We are currently only looking for wall based work. The work can be of any medium or subject matter but must be able to be safely mounted on the cafe walls. 
This will be an ongoing series of shows, but with this initial round of submissons we are looking for work to be exhibited between January and June 2022. 
We are open to other kinds of creative events also so if you have an idea for an exhibition post June 2022 or any other kind of art event please email [email protected]
 
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Jewellery designer makers: Join our riverside gallery at OXO Tower WharfDo you gaze at jewellery boutiques, wishing you could have your own? You can with us. Apply to join our riverside gallery.
Now that life is returning to retail and to our vicinity on the popular London riverside trail, it is the ideal time to look ahead and plan for your autumn/winter selling and beyond. People are increasingly keen to buy, gift and commission jewellery and doing it in the controlled environment of a gallery feels safe. And with Christmas coming, this is a great,
economical and

low risk
opportunity for independent designers to recoup some lost ground. You will be part of a small, like-minded group, dedicated to ride the storm and maximise sales.  Interested? Read on¦
JeDeCo is a working collective of jewellery designers and makers from a variety of backgrounds. We have professional expertise in all areas of running a jewellery business.
Our riverside gallery at the OXO Tower of London's Southbank is entirely managed by its members and gives each of us a unique retail experience, support and growth opportunities and, importantly, control over the environment in which our jewellery is sold.
We are now open again 7 days a week and we want to add new talent to our team.
We're looking for driven jewellery professionals with a hands-on, collaborative attitude and the skills to help us grow. This could be you!

By joining our OXO showroom you receive:
·         A retail space to truly call your own: you can advertise it, promote it, meet your clients and contacts and run your own sale events there. 
·         Your dedicated cabinet space to showcase and sell your jewellery from, manned by members up to seven days a week. 
·         Full revenue of your sales (minus the standard credit card commission). 
·         The ability to test new products and refine collections on an ongoing basis. 
·         Access to our design area and safe storage 
·         Online promotion and sales via our website and social media. 
·         An army of like-minded jewellers collaborating to make our business a success.
Costs
There is a one-off joining fee of £270, annual membership of £50 plus monthly rent contributions of £100. Further details regarding benefits will be provided upon application.
 
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ORBIT: Open Call for Text SubmissionsORBIT is looking for various written/text submissions to be published online on a weekly basis!
One of the new ways ORBIT is looking to support & engage with artists is through publishing pieces of writing on our website! I™ve noticed a lot throughout doing these residencies that a lot of artists are writing a lot of essays or general think pieces as part of their practise, or are also writing exhibition reviews and articles, and this is something that ORBIT really wants to try and highlight/encourage!
(This came out of an idea I was having of creating an ORBIT zine to distribute around, but due to the current situation, tangibility is out the question)
To apply, please send us a copy of the piece of writing you™d like to be published (in a PDF please) (no max. word count as of yet, but nothing ~too~ extensive please), along with general contact details, social media links, and any other information you think is relevant to your application. We are accepting pretty much every form of writing, whether it's a personal piece or an essay or a review, I™ll take it all!
There's no guidelines or specific requirements at the moment and pieces will be published online once a week. This is operating on a trial basis (hopefully permanent), but if you have any questions, feel free to get in touch!
Check out the ORBIT website
HERE
for examples of work we have published previously!
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Apply Now: Artist Opportunity GrantsThe Arizona Commission on the Arts is now accepting applications for Artist Opportunity Grants! Artists may request between $500 and $1,500 in funding support as they take advantage of specific, unique opportunities that have the potential to significantly impact their professional growth.The first due date for Fiscal Year 2022 applications is November 4, 2022. Funded activities must take place between September 15, 2021 and June 20, 2022.What is an Eligible ActivityAs this grant is available to artists working in all disciplines and at any stage in their career, a wide array of opportunities could be considered eligible. Proposed opportunities may be self-generated or by invitation and must have potential for significant impact in one or more of these three categories:Introduce Your Work to New Audiences: An opportunity to present your work in a significant way that will expose your work to new audiences or raise your artistic profile.Develop New Skills: An opportunity to develop new artistic skills though participation in activities such as conferences, artist residencies, workshops, fellowships, master classes, or apprenticeships.Develop Your Artistic Entrepreneurship: An opportunity to engage in entrepreneurial activities directly related to the advancement of your work. Such activities may include production of marketing materials, website development, payment of professional fees (lawyers, accountants, etc.), and any practice-related capital expenses (like equipment purchases, materials, services, rental fees for equipment or facility, etc.)Keep in mind you will be asked to describe how engaging in the opportunity will advance your work. Further, the opportunity should not duplicate previous work or experiences, but should represent a new or further developing professional endeavor.For more information, please review thegrant guidelinesor visit https://azarts.gov/grant/artist-opportunity/. 11/4/2021United Statesazarts

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Call to Artists | Go Figure ExhibitThe Herberger Theater is looking for Arizona artists, ages 18+ to apply for its Go Figure exhibit.What is a figure? A person, an animal, a number, a pattern? Does it have color, movement, change? How do you see it, and how do you figure it out? Show us what interests you most, what moves you and encourages you to create. After a year of lockdown and Zoom shows, let your imagination go free. This is a public show of art on the walls with live patrons. Send us the work you love!Accepted mediums: painting, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, photography and sculpture in both traditional approaches and new techniques. October 31, 2021United Statesazarts

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AZ Creative Youth Development Investment Cohort¯Creative Youth Development is a commitment to supporting young people's stories, ideas, and dreams through creative expression and honoring their lived experience. The¯AZ Creative Youth Development (CYD) Investment Cohort¯program¯invests¯in¯arts¯and culture¯organizations and programs that center youth voice across Arizona.¯The CYD Investment Cohort¯functions as a fusion of a cohort learning and project development program.¯The investment program¯will bring together a diverse cohort of young people and adult accomplices to share resources and¯struggles and¯engage with knowledge experts in the field to advance¯their¯skills as Creative Youth Development practitioners.¯A component of the program is a¯project support stipend of $5,000 after entering a process of¯creating¯a proposal with assistance from¯fellow cohort participants and¯the¯Arts Commission staff.¯Download the grant guidelinesWho is it for?This cohort program is designed for organizations who serve youth under the age of 24 and are already practicing Creative Youth Development.  Organizations which are new to Creative Youth Development are encouraged to explore other resources including the Creative Youth Development National Partnership or the Creative Youth Development Track at the National Guild's Groundwork Healing within Community Arts Education Virtual Gathering October 18 " November 25, 2021.   When is it?The cohort will meet October 2021 " June 2022  Application due date: 11:59pm, August 31, 2021 Funding SupportSelected organizations will receive a $5,000 stipend in support of the implementation of a project plan developed through the AZ Creative Youth Development Investment Cohort. Participation Requirements and BenefitsTo participate in the AZ Creative Youth Development Investment Cohort, organizations must identify two individuals who will commit to the full cohort schedule as outlined below. One must be a young person engaged in your programing, the other must be an adult accomplice in your organization. Participating organizations will:  attend six, two-hour Creative Youth Development learning sessions plan and conduct a meeting with young people in your community to assess needs and desired programming  attend a mid-year and end-of-year cohort meeting complete a proposal outlining goals and outcomes  create and share on your overall experience implementing Creative Youth Development programs In exchange, participating organizations will: receive professional development provided through the cohort  establish a peer network of organizations committed to serving young people  receive a stipend of $600 for each of the two individuals participating  be eligible for a $5,000 stipend to support the implementation of the organization's proposal developed through the AZ Creative Youth Development Investment Cohort  Schedule Overview (Subject To Change)Six-week intensive " CYD Learning Sessions |October/November 2021 | Virtual  Six, two-hours sessions will be held once a week. They will be led by national experts and will explore the Creative Youth Development Values of youth voice, racial and social justice, collective action and holistically supporting young people.   Community Meeting |November/December 2021 | Individually  Each organization will plan and conduct a meeting with young people in your community to assess needs and desired programming. Create Proposal and Implement Programing | December 2021 " June 2022 | Individually With the assistance of the Arts Commission, each organization will create and carry out their project proposal. All program activities must be complete by June 30, 2022. Mid-Year Cohort Meeting | February 2022 | Virtual This meeting will serve to understand the organizations™ progress or shift in direction and  and offer additional and/or different tools and resources towards the organizations™ goals. It also will be an opportunity for the cohort to network and a chance for the Arts Commission to assess and examine common themes.  Final Cohort Meeting | May/June 2022 | Virtual  This will be an opportunity for all grantee organizations to reflect upon their programs, share learnings with the cohort and provide space for them to consider how to move their work in Creative Youth Development forward.  EligibilityAn applicant must be based in Arizona and incorporated as a nonprofit organization with tax-exempt status or be a unit of government. Eligible organizations include arts organizations, local arts agencies and tribal cultural organizations. Multidisciplinary or multipurpose organizations are eligible if they are able to demonstrate that the arts comprise at least 50% of the organization's public programming.  Apply NowWhen you™re ready,click on Apply Now below. This will take you to a website called Submittable where you™ll submit your application materials. Please note that late or incomplete applications will be ineligible for review or funding. All applications must be submitted online through Submittable by the due date:August 31, 2021  Apply NowYou will be asked to enter the following:Applicant Information  Information collected in this section of the application is used solely for internal and reporting purposes and will not be considered during the application review. Organization Name  Organization Mission Statement County  Secondary Point of Contact  Authorizing Official  IRS Letter of Determination (if applicable)\Fiscal Sponsor Letter of Agreement (if applicable) Demographic make-up of organization staff and board Narrative Proposal Details  Answer each of these questions. You can type up your proposal narrative, or you can upload it in a video or audio recording.  Briefly describe your organization and its mission. (150 words or 2 minutes)  Describe any groundwork your organization has laid in the area of Creative Youth Development. (400 words or 4 minutes) In the next three questions, please describe your organization's relationship to the three concepts that must be present to support Creative Youth Development, as defined by the CYD National Partnership: Youth Voice, Racial Equity and Social Justice, and Collective Action.What is your organization's experience working with Youth Voice? Where would you place your organization's programing on the Hart's Ladder of Participation and why? (200 words or 2 minutes)  The CYD National Partnership defines Racial Equity and Social Justice as creating a space where all people of color feel represented, supported, cared for and creating an even playing field where young people's needs are understood, their stories are heard, and they are treated as equals. In what ways does your organization prioritize Racial Equity and Social Justice? (200 words or 2 minutes)  Cross sector partnerships and alliances are essential to supporting creative youth development. Select all collective impact, cross sector partnerships your organization is currently engaged in. Explain how these partnerships fit into the goals of your organization. Juvenile JusticeClimate ChangeFood SecurityHousingCommunity MobilizationHealth and WellnessEducationWorkforce DevelopmentOtherNoneSelect all collective impact, cross sector partnerships your organization aspires to. Explain how these partnerships will contribute to the goals of your organization. Juvenile JusticeClimate ChangeFood SecurityHousingCommunity MobilizationHealth and WellnessEducationWorkforce DevelopmentOtherNoneDescribe your organization's dreams and goals for serving young people. What would you like to work on or reimagine? What don™t you currently have that you would need? (400 words or 4 minutes)  Provide the names of the young person and adult accomplice that will be representing your organization in the cohort. Why were these individuals selected? (150 words or 2 minutes)  If you share your proposal narrative in a video or audio recording keep it simple and to the point. The recording should be just you, describing your proposal and answering the questions listed above. Please do not include edits of work samples or special effects. Production quality of this recording will not be considered in the review. Just make sure we can hear and understand you and keep editing and post-production embellishment to a minimum. Evaluation CriteriaHere's what panelists will be thinking about as they review your application materials:  QualityApplication demonstrates alignment with the values and practices of Creative Youth Development.  IntegrityViewed as a whole, the application demonstrates a consistency of proposed actions, values, methods, and goals. Potential ImpactApplication centers expected benefit to the young people they serve.  Selection ProcessApplications will be reviewed by Creative Youth Development practitioners and Arts Commission staff. The panel will seek a balance of geography within the participant cohort. Up to 5 arts organizations will be selected. Participating organizations must fully commit to the program schedule and participate in the peer network. Applicants will be notified of their application status by September 17, 2021   August 31, 2021United Statesazarts

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Crossing Divides, A Pilot Grantmaking ProgramKindle ProjectandCotyledon Fundare proud to introduceCrossing Divides, a pilot grantmaking program for grassroots groups in Arizona, Mississippi, and Nebraska who are attempting to resolve conflicts in their communities, across aisles and despite differences. Thiscall for proposalsfrom non-profit or fiscally sponsored organizations is open now until December 1st, 2021.If you know of a group who might be interested in applying, please pass this along to them! We are excited to learn how different people are tackling conflict at the community level, and enthusiastic to support their work at a moment when crossing divides is more urgent than ever.Crossing Divideswill give grants of $10,000 to non-profits or fiscally sponsored groups who are addressing conflict through person-to-person interaction. We will consider applicants experimenting with a diverse range of approaches, such as local media that cultivates different voices, artists and culture-makers who bring together people in conflict to co-create, restorative justice and non-violent communication practices, trauma healing, non-proselytizing spiritual work, groups working the land as a way to unite, or those sharing food to bring disparate sides literally to the table. But our goal is to learn what communities are doing, so we are open to any effective practices.At a time when Americans are increasingly divided and distrustful of one another, this new grant program seeks to support groups who are striving to bridge social chasms and dislodge the cultural wedges driven by media, misinformation, political partisanship, and other polarizing forces fracturing communities across this country. Through this pilot, we hope to understand how diverse groups are finding ways to work together and build trust. We believe these lessons are essential to show us how, as a society, we can become better equipped to face and transform crises.To learn more, visitwww.kindleproject.org/crossingdivides. December 1, 2021United Statesazarts

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Seed Grants | The Pollination ProjectThe Pollination Projectis accepting applications forSeed Grants.Description:The Pollination Project seeks to unleash the goodness in every person. Through a daily practice of generosity and giving, The Pollination Project makes seed grantsŠ”Š365 days a yearŠ”Što social-change agents who seek to spread compassion in their communities and in the world for the benefit of all.The Purpose of a Pollination Project Seed Grant is to support passionate, committed people with an early-stage social change vision. It funds individuals and community groups, and you do not need to be a registered or established organization to apply.Geographic Focus: NationalDeadline:Rolling RollingUnited Statesazarts

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2022 National Juried Art Exhibition | Black Heritage through Visual RhythmsProminent artists from across the United States submit their work to the Juried Art Exhibition in the categories below.  Participants are recognized at the Artist's Reception and Awards Ceremony, a gathering that celebrates the diversity of African descendants in the visual arts.AwardsAll art entries are reviewed by a panel of 3 judges who will choose the winning entries.Best Of Show:$3,000.00One-person Focused ExhibitionThe artist who is awarded Best of Show prize will be offered a focused exhibition at the Dayton Art Institute.  Date to be determined by the artist and the Dayton Art Institute._____________________________________________________1st Place 2 Dimensional: $1,000.002nd Place 2 Dimensional: $500.001st Place 3 Dimensional: $1,000.002nd Place 3 Dimensional: $500.00Applicants must be 18 years or older and of African descent.Each artist may submit from 1 to 3 images.  Artwork must have been completed in the past three years and has not been shown in the previous BHTVR National Art exhibits.  A non-refundable fee of $60 for up to 3 entries will be taken by CallForEntry.org through credit cards and Paypal.  You can pay also by check or money order payable to the African American Visual Artists Guild or AAVAG.  Thecheck or money order must be sent separately to AAVAG, 840 Germantown Street, Dayton, OH 45402.  Do not submit money order or check with your online entry to CallForEntry.org.  They cannot accept a check or money order online. Categories Photography, Textiles,  Drawing, Ceramics, Sculpture, Paintings, Mixed MediaSculptures cannot weigh over 40 pounds, two dimensional artwork cannot  be wider than 7 feet (64 inches). Submission Guidelines    All entries must be submitted through CallForEntry.org " BHTVR (Black Heritage through Visual Rhythms).Images must be:   File type: JPEG or JPG only   File dimensions: 300 dpi x1,200 pixels or greater on the longest side.   File size: Under 5 MB per image. Anything outside of these specifications will result in an error and upload fail.One (1) image for 2 dimension images and no more than two (2) images for 3 dimensional.Each art entry must include the artists name, title of artwork, date of completion, medium, size of the artwork and frame, price/insurance value, bio/artist statement (not to exceed 250 words) and an artist's photo head shot for the catalog.Artwork must reflect the artwork submitted as accurately as possible in color and detail.Political or Politically biased Art entries may be excluded by the Dayton Art Institute. 11/1/21United Statesazarts

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Summer Programs | Haystack Mountain School of CraftsThe Haystack Mountain School of Crafts is an international craft school located on the Atlantic Ocean in Deer Isle, Maine. Founded in 1950 as a research and studio program in the arts, Haystack offers one and two-week studio workshops to participants of all skill levels as well as the two-week,Open Studio Residencyprogram, exhibitions, tours, auctions, artist presentations, and shorter workshops for Maine residents and high school students.Summer Workshops:Haystack's core summer workshops include one- and two-week sessions in blacksmithing, ceramics, fiber, glass, graphics, metals, and wood. Workshops are open to adults 18 years or older of all skill levels”from beginners to advanced professionals.Residencies:Haystack's two-weekOpen Studio Residency kicks off our summer season of programs. The residency is designed to foster artistic exploration at the highest level, and those selected attend for free.Haystack Fab Lab:Haystack's Fab Lab was established in 2011 and has quickly become an integral part of our mission to think broadly about the field of craft.Summer Conference:Since 2007, Haystack has organized a summer conference to look at craft in a broader context. Deadlines VaryUnited Statesazarts

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Call for Work | Little by Little 2021Little by Little, an exhibition of small artworks, will present a wide variety of art expressed in a size no more than twelve-inches (12³ x 12³ x 12³) in any dimension. Amazing, beautiful, and impactful small works of art presented in a dedicated exhibition from a more intimate viewpoint that begs for a closer look!Our juror will select strong works of art in all media, including painting, drawing, sculpture, textile, photography, printmaking, metals, wood, digital media, and more, that are presented perfectly in this intimate twelve-inch small format. October 23, 2021United Statesazarts

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Call to Artists | Emerging Artists 2022This is the 30th annual competition for gallery exhibition and $500 cash award. Open to all artists working in any media. This event is devoted to the discovery, introduction and promotion of Emerging Artists. The exhibition will be held March 3 " 26, 2022, at the Limner Gallery and is open to all artists working in any media. Deadline for submissions is October 31, 2021. October 31, 2021United Statesazarts

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Grants | Toyota North America, Toyota Technical Center (TTC)Toyota supports programs focused on environment, education and safety initiatives that help strengthen the diverse communities where we live and work. In addition to funding national programs, Toyota partners with nonprofit organizations across the US in local communities. This includes supporting arts & culture, civic & community, health and human services, and leadership development.TTC GENERAL GUIDELINESToyota prefers to support programs, rather than sponsor events. Organizations must apply for each new grant requested, and subsequent funding is contingent upon evaluation of previous activities.LIMITATIONSTTC does not make grants for publications, lobbying activities, advertising, capital campaigns or endowments. Individuals are ineligible to apply. Toyota will not make grants to the following types of organizations/activities:Organizations not recognized as 501(c)(3) by the Internal Revenue ServiceOrganizations that discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, age, religion, disability, medical condition, sex or gender (including pregnancy), gender identity and/or expression (including a transgender identity), sexual orientation, marital status, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law.Organizations that serve only their own memberships, such as fraternal organizations, labor organizations or religious groupsPolitical parties or candidatesAthletic/sports games and teamsGEOGRAPHIC SCOPE FOR TTCWashtenaw County, MIMaricopa County, AZGardena, CADeadlines: March 1, June 1, Sept 1, Dec 1FUNDING SCOPE FOR TTCTTC focuses on worthwhile causes and diverse support to education, the environment and safety, but also to civic groups, arts and culture, health and human services. March 1, June 1, September 1, December 1United Statesazarts

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Toolkit for Artists + Admins | Creative Alternatives to in-person arts-based activitiesForecast launches toolkit on creative alternatives to in-person arts-based activities, for artists and administratorsArtists and communities need the transformational power of creativity now more than ever. Forecast recognizes the economic crises facing artists during this pandemic and we want to provide guidance on how to keep arts projects active and moving forward, even as we physically isolate.In response, we created a toolkit with artists, arts organizations, presenting organizations, and others collaborating with artists in mind. It contains strategies for adapting in-person arts-based activities during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are launching the first iteration of this toolkit now and will continue to develop it based on open-source input from you. See below on how to submit examples of how you are adapting your in-person arts-based projects. Each time it is updated, Forecast will automatically email a revised copy of the toolkit to anyone who downloads it.ABOUT THE TOOLKITThe toolkit currently includes guidance around:Continuing a project or event that an artist is collaborating with you onEngaging a community in a time of physical distancingInnovating and moving forward rather than freezing a projectKeeping artists working during this timeThe toolkit includes real-time examples of how these ideas are being carried out, organized by categories that represent a larger idea or structure. We recognize that there is overlap in many of these examples and so have also denoted other categories they fall within. These categories are:Taking it virtualUsing what you already havePracticing radical generosityCreating new partnershipsPollinating ideas OngoingUnited Statesazarts

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Emergency Financial Assistance | The Actors FundTo help our community during this public health crisis, The Actors Fund has partnered with other entertainment industry organizations to provide emergency financial assistance to those in immediate financial need. Funds are available to union and non-union workers in entertainment and the performing arts. Remember, you may be eligible for more than one fund.Click for more details:https://actorsfund.org/am-i-eligible-helpTHREE STEPS TO APPLY1. CONFIRM YOUR FINANCIAL NEEDEmergency financial assistance is available for people who are unable to pay basic living expenses (food/housing/health care) for the next two months. If you have the resources to pay your essential bills during that period, please wait to apply. You will be asked to submit your most recent checking and savings statements.2. REVIEW YOUR ELIGIBILITYCheck the requirements below for all unions, guilds or employers that apply to you. Union and non-union workers may apply directly to The Actors Fund. Please note this is a one-time grant only. Exception: thanks to funding from IATSE International, IATSE members may apply for a second grant 45 days after the first grant is received. Please go to the IATSE, All Locals (2nd Grant) section to access the Second Grant application.3. PREPARE YOUR DOCUMENTATIONBefore starting to fill out the online application, please collect and digitize all required documentation. Applications without proper documentation will not be processed and you will not be notified. Please note this is a one-time grant only. OngoingUnited Statesazarts

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Grants | Classics for Kids FoundationClassics for Kids FoundationThe mission of Classics for Kids Foundation is to empower young people to shape positive futures through music, build sustainable stringed instrument music programs, and provide grants for high-quality instruments.Core grantmaking priorities include: Arts and culture; stringed instrument matching program.If your school or non-profit organization believes in the role of fine instruments in your program, and can show evidence of need and commitment to raising matching funds, you are a strong candidate for the Classics for Kids matching grant program. Applications accepted quarterly. Deadlines: June 30, September 30, December 31 and March 31. Quarterly. Next Deadline: December 31, 2020United Statesazarts

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Emergency Grants | Dramatist Guild FoundationIt is vital to support writers in times of need so that they can get back to doing what they do best. DGF provides emergency financial assistance to individual playwrights, composers, lyricists, and librettists in dire need of funds due to severe hardship or unexpected illness.If you are a writer in need, we can help.Writers for the American Theater, please submit the following application:Applications will be processed based on severity of need. Be advised, DGF cannot process requests for funds toward artistic projects of any kind.Funds are most often used for necessary expenses, such as rent, groceries, utility bills, and medical expenses. Emergency GrantFor paper applications, please see below.Am I eligible for a DGF Emergency Grant?DGF is part of a community of organizations supporting writers and artists at this time. Please see the following links to find the organization that can best assist you.If you are primarily:a musician/composer (other than musical theater), pleaseclick herea novelist/nonfiction/fiction writer, pleaseclick herea screenwriter, pleaseclick herean actor or performance artist, pleaseclick herea journalist, pleaseclick herea director, please clickhereorhereFor additional resources, pleaseclick here. Paper ApplicationsClick here to download a paper application.DO NOT SEND TO THE DGF OFFICE, as our staff is working remotely. Please email paper applications and supplemental materials to[email protected], or mail paper applications to the address below. Please note that paper applications will be delayed in processing.Rachel RouthDramatists Guild FoundationPO Box 2700New York, NY 10108 OngoingUnited Statesazarts

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NYC Women's Fund for Media, Music and TheatreNow in its third cycle, the NYC Women's Fund for Media, Music and Theatre, administered by the New York Foundation for the Arts in partnership with the City of New York Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment, is part of a groundbreaking series of initiatives that address the underrepresentation of women in film, music, television and theatre. The Fund provides grants to encourage and support the creation of content that reflect the voices and perspectives of all women.In the 2021/22 cycle, the Women's Fund will distribute $2.5M in funding to media, music and theatre projects in NYC. The program will provide finishing grants for film, television, and digital projects, funds for the creation of music recordings or videos, and production funds for live or online theatre. November 1, 2021United Statesazarts

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Visual Arts Grants | Robert Lehman FoundationThe Robert Lehman Foundation operates exclusively in the field of the visual arts. Grants are made on an individual basis to museums, arts organizations, educational institutions and other cultural organizations with the goal of enhancing the role of the visual arts within American and world culture. Within these broad parameters, the Foundation is open to a wide range of projects from art education programs, museum exhibitions and outreach to art history lectureships and scholarly publications.The Foundation reviews proposals on a bi-annual basis. Proposals must be received by April 1 or September 1. April 1 and September 1United Statesazarts

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Henry Luce Foundation GrantsThe Henry Luce Foundation was established in 1936 by Henry R. Luce, the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Time Inc., to honor his parents who were missionary educators in China. The Foundation builds upon the vision and values of four generations of the Luce family: broadening knowledge and encouraging the highest standards of service and leadership. A not-for-profit corporation, the Luce Foundation operates under the laws of the State of New York and aims to exemplify the best practices of responsible, effective philanthropy.The Henry Luce Foundation seeks to bring important ideas to the center of American life, strengthen international understanding, and foster innovation and leadership in academic, policy, religious and art communities.The Luce Foundation pursues its mission today through the following grant-making programs:American Art;East Asia;Luce Scholars;Theology;Higher Educationand the Henry R. Luce Professorships; theHenry R. Luce Initiative on Religion in International Affairs;Public Policy and the Environment; and theClare Boothe Luce Programfor women in science, mathematics and engineering.Visithttp://www.hluce.org/genguidelines.aspxfor guidelines and how to apply. OngoingUnited Statesazarts

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Hearst Foundation GrantsThe Hearst Foundations support well-established nonprofit organizations that address significant issues within their major areas of interests "culture, education, health and social service" and that primarily serve large demographic and/or geographic constituencies. In each area of funding, the Foundations seek to identify those organizations achieving truly differentiated results relative to other organizations making similar efforts for similar populations. The Foundations also look for evidence of sustainability beyond their support.CultureThe Hearst Foundations fund cultural institutions that offer meaningful programs in the arts and sciences, prioritizing those which enable engagement by young people and create a lasting and measurable impact. The Foundations also fund select programs nurturing and developing artistic talent.For more details, visithttp://www.hearstfdn.org/funding-priorities/ OngoingUnited Statesazarts

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Emergency Grants | Foundation for Contemporary ArtsCreated in 1993 to further FCA's mission to encourage, sponsor, and promote work of a contemporary, experimental nature, Emergency Grants provide urgent funding for visual and performing artists who:Have sudden, unanticipated opportunities to present their work to the public when there is insufficient time to seek other sources of fundingIncur unexpected or unbudgeted expenses for projects close to completion with committed exhibition or performance datesEmergency Grants is the only active, multi-disciplinary program that offers immediate assistance of this kind to artists living and working anywhere in the United States, for projects occurring in the U.S. and abroad.Each month FCA receives an average of 80 Emergency Grant applications and makes approximately 12-15 grants. Grants range in amount from $500 to $2,500, and the average grant is $1,500.We recommend that artists review all of our eligibility guidelines and FAQs before applying. You may also complete ourEligibility Questionnaire, but please note that the questionnaire is not a substitute for a thorough review of program guidelines.For information on current Emergency Grantees please follow FCA onFacebookandInstagram.  OngoingUnited Statesazarts

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Gallery Membership | The Painting CenterMEMBERSHIPThe Painting Center considers new members on a regular basis. The gallery is governed by its artist members and is overseen by an advisory board of alumni and supporters. The membership is responsible for organizing the schedule of exhibitions, maintaining financial stability, selecting new members and carrying out the mission of The Painting Center. There are 15 " 22 members of The Painting Center at one time. As members leave new or returning members are admitted by a majority vote based on viewings of the artists™ work.There is a membership fee for members, which reflects what each original member put in to build the gallery in 1993. A new member can expect to have a two-person show in the Main Gallery within 24 months of the initiation of membership. He or she can expect to have a one-person show in the Main Gallery within 24 months following the two-person show. Subsequently, a member may continue to participate in two or more person shows in the Main Gallery or show in the Project Room approximately every two years, schedule permitting.Some of the benefits of membership include: no commission to the gallery on the sale of artworks, representation by an art gallery in Chelsea, New York, participation in art fairs, the ability to sell your artworks on Artsy, a web presence on the membership page, opportunity to curate exhibitions, supportive community of artist members who visit each other's studios and exhibitions, knowledge of managing an artist-run gallery. OngoingUnited Statesazarts

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Artist Grants | Pollock-Krasner FoundationThe Pollock-Krasner Foundation's dual criteria for grants are recognizable artistic merit and demonstrable financial need, whether professional, personal or both. The Foundation's mission is to aid, internationally, those individuals who have worked as professional artists over a significant period of time.The Foundation welcomes, throughout the year, applications from visual artists who are painters, sculptors and artists who work on paper, including printmakers. There are no deadlines. The Foundation encourages applications from artists who have genuine financial needs that are not necessarily catastrophic. Grants are intended for a one-year period of time. The Foundation will consider need on the part of an applicant for all legitimate expenditures relating to his or her professional work and personal living, including medical expenses. The size of the grant is determined by the individual circumstances of the artist. Professional exhibition history will be taken into consideration. Artists must be actively exhibiting their current work in professional artistic venues, such as gallery and museum spaces. OngoingUnited Statesazarts

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Open Mic Night at the Phoenix Conservatory of MusicOpen Mic Night @PCM on the PatioBring your lawn chairs, your picnic blanket and pack a dinner! Enjoy a great night out and watch our students, friends, families, teachers and neighbors shine!All performers are welcome. Family friendly material only.PCM Main Campus1316 East Cheery Lynn RoadPhoenix, AZ 85014October 16, 2021 @ 6:00pNovember 20, 2021 @ 6pDecember 11, 2021 @ 6:30p (*Holiday Sing Along Edition)February 19, 2022 @ 6pMarch 12, 2022 @ 6pApril 16, 2022 @ 6pThis is a live outdoor show that will have an audience.PCM's Indoor Mask Policy is Consistent with current CDC guidelines regarding masks, both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals are strongly encouraged to wear masks and social distance while attending live performances. VariesUnited Statesazarts

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2021 Dia De Los Muertos Paper Mache Art CompetitionCall For Artists: 2021 Dia De Los Muertos Paper Mache Art CompetitionEntry Deadline: October 31, 2021 at 7:00 am1301 NW Grand AvenuePhoenix AZ 85007This Call to Artists invites all artists living and working in the United States and Mexico. This is an exciting opportunity to have your artwork published in book form and for award recognition. Selected artwork will be published in an art book titled, Dia De Los Muertos y La Ofrenda en Arizona.1st, 2nd and 3rd place artists will be recognized with an award. All Paper Mache Masks or Paper Mache Big Heads for Giant Puppets will be displayed at our Grand Avenue Art and Car Show event on Sunday, October 31, 2021. If artists live locally, we encourage the artists to wear their paper mache masks or become the puppeteer during our Dia De Los Muertos 5:00 p.m. procession to the ofrenda (altar) to honor our dead. Photography of the procession will take place for future event marketing collateral.HOW TO ENTER: Fill out our simple application and bring your application and piece to 1301 NW Grand Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85007 or contact DeeDee Garcia Blase at 480-200-3748.ELIGIBLE MEDIA: All work must have been completed within the years 2015-2021. Eligible media include, but are not limited to: paper mache masks or big head puppets between 10 inches " 3 feet tall that includes paints with mixed media. If you have any questions please email[email protected]to provide specifics about your work.NUMBER OF ENTRIES + APPLICATION FEE: Each artist is limited to one (1) image per submission. There is a $0 (USD) fee, for up to one (1) image per person. Deadline to submit work is October 31, 2021 at 7 a.m.2021 Dia De Los Muertos Paper Mache Art Competition ApplicationFull Name: _________________________________________________________________First Name Last NameE-mail: ____________________________________________________________________Cell Phone: ________________________________________________________________Website URL / Social Media handle: ____________________________________________Artist Background / Biography: _________________________________________________ October 31, 2021United Statesazarts

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Call to Artists | Go Figure Art Gallery ExhibitWhat is a figure? A person, an animal, a number, a pattern? Does it have color, movement, change? How do you see it, and how do you figure it out?Show us what interests you most, what moves you and encourages you to create.After a year of lockdown and Zoom shows, let your imagination go free. This is a public show of art on the walls with live patrons. Send us the work you love.Submission Requirements¢ Open to artists residing in Arizona, 18 years and older.¢ Accepted mediums: painting, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, photography and sculpture in both traditional approaches and new techniques.¢ Do not submit work that has previously been exhibited in the Herberger Art Gallery.¢ Work must be available for exhibit and must be for sale. Once selected, no substitutions will be accepted. Artwork will remain on display for duration of exhibit.¢ Artwork will not be accepted mounted on foam core alone.¢ Work must not exceed $3,000 per piece. The Herberger Theater receives a 30% donation from all artwork purchased. Consider this carefully when pricing work, as prices listed on application cannot be changed once selected. Artwork is insured for duration of exhibit.¢ Work that does not follow these guidelines may be refused and returned to the artist.Selection ProcessGuest Curator is Diana Creighton. Work is selected using a blind jury process. Criteria to include: Adequacy to the Theme, Originality and Quality of Execution.For further details, please see our website listing at https://herbergertheater.org/artistic-opportunities/. October 31, 2021United Statesazarts

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Local Art for Local Projects | Curator EngineOur team of curators is constantly searching for new opportunities for local art in local projects. If you would like to be considered for future projects, please reach out!Send your website/portfolio and artist statement to[email protected]If your art looks right for a job, we contact you to ask if it is okay to show to a client.If the client would like to move forward, we then nail down details and pricing for the existing or commission work.Once we™re all in agreement, we coordinate any final finishing, delivery, and install.Last step: delivery, installation, and any other wrap-up to close out the project! OngoingUnited Statesazarts

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In Person + Virtual Classes and Workshops | Shemer Art CenterThe Shemer Art Center offers in person and virtual classes and workshops for adults and youth in various media. Due to social distancing, space is limited. Youth classes at the Shemer Art Center offer creative learning opportunities for young artists ages 6 " 17, after school, during school breaks, and over the summer. OngoingUnited Statesazarts

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Artist Opportunities | Shemer Art CenterShemer Art Center OpportunitiesCALLS TO ARTISTSCREATIVE KNOTS, an exhibition to be juried by Ann Morton and Roger Asay, of works created by Arizona artists made primarily in fiber and wood. Deadline to apply: August 20, 2021. The exhibition will be on display from September 8 " October 28 and the opening reception is planned for September 9.See link for more informationONLY BLACK & WHITE, an exhibition of black and white works of art, only, created by Arizona artists in all mediums. Deadline to apply: October 11, 2021. The exhibition will be on display from November 3 " January 6, 2022.See link for more informationCLASSES AND WORKSHOPSPRINTMAKING: SILKSCREEN, INTAGLIO, WOODCUT & LINOLEUM PRINTING w/ Larry Nisula.Wednesdays, 1 " 4 pm,Sept 1 " Oct 20FUR AND FEATHERS w/ Jane Kelsey-Mapel.Saturday, Sept 11 9:30 am " 4 pm & Saturday, Sept 18, 9:30 am " 12:30 pmWINE & WATERCOLOR w/ John Erwin.Thursday, Sept 16,6 " 8 pmDAY OF THE DEAD SKULLS w/ Jane Kelsey-Mapel.Saturday, Oct 16,9:30 am " 4:00 pm &Saturday, Oct 23,9:30 am " 12:30 pmFor all upcoming classes and workshops click HERE VariesUnited Statesazarts

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Ignite: Business & Nonprofits | Pima County Public LibraryIGNITE: Services for Businesses and Nonprofits at Pima County Public LibraryPima County Public Library offers services for businesses and nonprofits.Visit IGNITEfor access to the Library's free online resources and collections that will help your nonprofit succeed. See website for listing of boot camp sessions and workshops. OngoingUnited Statesazarts

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Music Program Grants | Spread Music NowSpread Music Now is committed to filling the gap left by cuts in school music education by funding music programs that foster continual learning and that put students on a clear path to college, career, and life success.Spread Music Now welcomes stories from nonprofit music and arts education and youth development organizations, public school systems, higher education institutions, and cultural institutions and venues.Eligible organizations must demonstrate a commitment to the three strategic priorities listed below and to building strong connections between in-school and out-of-school learning experiences as well as continuous pathways to college, career, and life success.Expanding access to high-quality music education " in and out of schoolBuilding awareness and support for music and arts educationStrengthening the capacity of the nonprofit and public music education sectors  OngoingUnited Statesazarts

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Call for Applications | National & NYS Artists Invited to Propose Iconic Artwork in LGBTQ+ Welcoming Building in Rochester, NYApplications sought for a public artwork that supports and celebrates the LGBTQ+ community in a new LGBTQ+ welcoming building. The artwork will be located in the building pass through of a new four story mixed-use and mixed-income building located between East Avenue and Broad Street in Rochester, NY. We seek applications by October 31 for an iconic work of art that represents, welcomes, or supports the LGBTQ+ community in some way, and we encourage artists to think expansively about the space, utilizing the wall, ceiling, and ground. The resulting commission should be bold, eye-catching, thoughtful, and engaging both day and night. This opportunity is open to artists and artists teams of all disciplines who have completed other public commissions of a similar scale. Rochester Contemporary Art Center (RoCo) is working with neighborhood partners to administer the RFQ/RFP process. More information, dates and images can be found here: http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/public-art-opportunity-union-square/ October 31, 2021United Statesazarts

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Call for Artists | POP: Art in Unexpected Places FestivalPOP: Art in Unexpected Places FestivalKierland Commons, Kierland Boulevard, 15205 N Kierland Blvd Suite 150, Scottsdale, AZ 85254November 6 & 7, 2021http://www.kierlandpop.com/A series of interactive arts experiences " spanning live art, music, philanthropy, culinary, wellness and more will kick off the holiday season as part of the fifth-annual Kierland POP experience in Scottsdale. The festival will take place in 2021 with a modified structure to accommodate changing public health needs, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Browse and shop from up to forty local artists, creators, and makers selling a variety of beautiful handmade creations. Whether you™re shopping for the holidays or looking to treat yourself to something unique, these artists are sure to have something you™ll love!ARTIST APPLICATION DOWNLOAD HEREThis festival does not provide space for nonprofit, non-artisan or food truck vendors. November 6 & 7, 2021United Statesazarts

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Call to Artists | 31st Annual Miniature Art ShowThe MonDak Heritage Center in Sidney, Montana presents the 31st Annual Miniature Art Show. Judging will be by composition, originality and artistry. Awards: $300-$100. Entry fees: $10 for first piece, $8 for each additional piece, this is not a juried show.Timeline:Nov 5, 2021: Deadline for receipt of all artworkNov 16, 2021: Exhibition opensJan 15 2022: Last day of exhibitionJan 21, 2022: All artwork will be returned or needs to be picked up.Click here to view complete prospectushttps://mondakheritagecenter.org/events/miniature-art-show/  November 5, 2021United Statesazarts

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Summer Workshops | Anderson Ranch Arts Center2021 Summer Workshop Registration at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village, CO. Workshops in ceramics, digital fabrication, painting & drawing, printmaking, furniture design & woodworking, photography & new media and sculpture. Registration for 2021 Summer Workshops opens Monday, January 4. For descriptions and registration, visithttps://www.andersonranch.org/workshops/ January through October 2021United Statesazarts

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John Ben Snow Foundation & Memorial Trust GrantsThe John Ben Snow Foundation & Memorial Trust strategically focuses funding within specific geographic regions of the United States across a range of program areas as detailed below while responding to the ever-changing needs of various segments of the population, especially to the needs of youth and people who are disadvantaged either physically or economically. Areas includeArts and Culture,Community Initiatives,Education Program,Environmental,Historic Preservation,Journalism,Disabilities and Universal Access,Youth Initiatives.The John Ben Snow Foundation & Memorial Trust is pro-active in seeking grant proposals from qualifying 501(c)(3) organizations. Additionally, the Foundation & Memorial Trust accepts unsolicited proposals from qualifying organizations.ALetter of Inquiry must first be submitted via theOnline Grant Application Systembetween November 1st and February 1st of the year in which a grant is requested. If the proposal meets the stated guidelines and priorities of the Foundation & Memorial Trust, Grant Application instructions will be sent to the applicant.If invited, a Grant Application must be submitted via theOnline Grant Application Systemby April 1st.  All complete Grant Applications are thoroughly evaluated by the Foundation & Memorial Trust. The Foundation & Memorial Trust may require additional information and possibly an interview or site visit. Any discussions or indications of interest should not be construed as a commitment by the Foundation & Memorial Trust.Applicants are notified of the Foundation & Memorial Trust's decision by July 1st. All approved grant applicants are required to sign aGrant Acceptance Agreementvia theOnline Grant Application System prior to any funds being released by the Foundation & Memorial Trust. Letter of Inquiry: November 1 - February 1, Deadline: April 1United Statesazarts

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Theatrical Stagehand l & ll | Tempe Arts & CultureSTAGEHANDS I & II | Tempe Arts & Culture¢ Assist Production Team and Arts & Culture Division staff with production or physical needs of any events delivered by the Arts & Culture Division.¢ Work in a team environment to accomplish tasks; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with public and staff.¢ Perform theatrical and event related tasks using lighting, audio, a/v, and theatrical equipment.¢ Oversee the use of equipment and serve as a functional manager during events.¢ Assist Specialists and Crew Chiefs to: ensure operational readiness of all theatrical and event related equipment; complete basic performance related duties.¢ Perform event set-up and breakdown functions.¢ Load, unload, carry short distances, push and slide objects: scenery, audio and light equipment, program boxes, trusses, tables, chairs, etc. from/to the event spaces, trucks and dollies.¢ Must be able to: reach, bend, stoop, and lift up to 70 pounds; communicate clearly and effectively; communicate with other facility staff to ensure coordinated execution; work in a standing or sitting position for up to seven hours; work in a fast-paced environment; follow directions and ask questions for clarification when needed; demonstrate effective organizational skills and initiative.¢ Perform other duties as assigned. Open until filledUnited Statesazarts

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2022 Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival | Call to ArtistsWe are excited to share a call to artists for the 2022 The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival taking place April 9 & 10, 2022 in The Woodlands, TX.The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival has been consistently ranked one of the top fine arts festivals in the Nation, with an average, yearly attendance of 13,000-18,000 educated and well-funded art buyers. The festival features approximately 200 extraordinary artists (international, national and regional) representing a broad range of styles and mediums.Sell your original creations along a landscaped path beside the beautiful Woodlands Waterway. Located just 30 minutes north of Houston, The Woodlands is home to world-class shopping, dining and entertainment options, more than 200 miles of hike-and-bike trails and 135 charming parks.The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival is presented by The Woodlands Arts Council, Inc., a non-profit organization with the goal of making the community better through the arts " Because Art Matters! October 17, 2021 at MidnightUnited Statesazarts

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Kresge Foundation Arts & Culture GrantsFunding opportunities take three forms:Open on an ongoing basis, without deadlines.Open for a limited time, with specific deadlines.By invitation from a Kresge program officer.­­­Place-based InitiativesWe welcome proposals from organizations that:Embed arts and culture in larger community revitalization initiatives.Engage in cross-disciplinary, cross-sector activities.Exhibit strong leadership.Include artists and arts organizations.Extend benefits to all stakeholders, especially low-income community members.Demonstrate commitment to sustained engagement and empowerment of low-income residents.Work to ensure current residents can remain in their community even where revitalization changes neighborhood economics.In addition, we look for projects and organizations in communities that:Lack traditional investors, but have secured some public or philanthropic investments to support other elements of community revitalization.Demonstrate success in pursuing creative placemaking strategies.Show support for the creative placemaking effort from multiple sectors.We accept and review these proposals on an ongoing basis. There is no deadline.Local SystemsWe welcome proposals from organizations that:Embed arts and culture in larger community revitalization initiatives.Engage in cross-disciplinary, cross-sector activities.Exhibit strong leadership.Include artists and arts organizations.Extend benefits to all stakeholders, especially low-income community members.Demonstrate commitment to sustained engagement and empowerment of low-income residents.Work to ensure current residents can remain in their community even where revitalization changes neighborhood economics.Honor community distinctiveness.We accept and review these proposals on an ongoing basis. There is no deadline.For more information, visithttp://kresge.org/opportunities  OngoingUnited Statesazarts

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Call to Artists | Arizona Aqueous XXXVIArizona Aqueous XXXVIA NATIONAL JURIED EXHIBITION: January 7 " February 20, 2022Artists are invited to apply to this exhibition opportunity with artworks created with water-based pigments on paper. Entries composed of paper constructions, paper sculpture, paper collage, cut paper, mobiles or two- or three-dimensional wall pieces and installations are eligible. Artists are urged to enter work, which is innovative in concept and approach, whether representational or abstract. November 10, 2021United Statesazarts

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CATALYST Arts & Maker Space Workshops | SAACACATALYST is located in the heart of the Tucson Mall, on the lower level, between Sears and Dillard's. CATALYST is available for private rentals, co-working use, pre-scheduled classes and special community uses, available Sunday-Saturday. To book private use of the space, or to rent out the entire space or individual classrooms, contact Kevin Larkin [email protected]TUCSON MALL, 4500 North Oracle Road, Suite 110, ‹Tucson, AZ 85705.Paper Flower and Paper Mache Classes in the Arts & Crafts RoomFridays, Saturdays | 11am " 8pmSundays | 12pm " 6pmLearn the traditional Mexican Folk Arts of Paper Mache sculpture and Crepe Paper Flower Making with artist Sandy Villegas of Lunas Paper Designs. Learn more and make reservations at:https://www.lunaspaperdesigns.com/Teapot Cake Decorating Class with Chantilly TeaSaturday, October 23rd @ 1pmJoin Tamara, from Chantilly Tea to create your own teapot cake. Participants will learn how to create the teapot shaped cake, fondant flowers and leaves, and then be presented with their own teapot cake to assemble, decorate, and take home. $48.00 per person. Reservations and more info:https://chantillytea.com/collections/tea-ware/products/teapot-cake-decorating-classTucson Youth Music CenterMonday, Wednesday, Thursday2pm " 6pmCATALYST is partnering with Tucson Youth Music Center to bring free weekly music lessons for underserved families in the community! Tucson Youth Music Center (TYMC) provides comprehensive weekly free music lessons to teach students how to play a musical instrument as well as, proper technique, repertoire, sight-reading, music theory, ear training, performance, and music appreciation. All necessary materials are provided to qualifying school-age children, pre-K through 12. Visit theTucson Youth Music Center website. Email:[email protected]Phone: 520-975-3787.Art Mixer ClassesArt Mixer is a unique Tucson paint and sip experience! Public and private paint events and classes are available with no minimum number of participants. Just pick a project and schedule a date and time to paint. Attendees can choose step-by-step painting projects on canvas, wood board, wood cutouts, wine glasses, wine bottles and paint-and-take ceramics! Email [email protected].Follow Art Mixer on Instagram and Facebook to stay up on events. VariesUnited Statesazarts

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Tucson Symphony | ACO EarShot Composer WorkshopTucson Symphony Orchestra and American Composers Orchestra have partnered to identify and celebrate emerging American composers through its EarShot Readings program.The Tucson Symphony will afford participants with a working-rehearsal and a run-through performance. The performances are professionally recorded, and each composer is given a high-quality audio recording to be used for archival, study and portfolio purposes. Composers also participate in a series of professional development workshops covering such topics as promotion, score preparation, publishing, copyright agreements, and other career essentials.Participant composers will work closely with a group of two or three mentor composers, a group that changes for each Reading.There is no application fee. Travel and accommodations are provided, and composers will receive a recording of their work for archival and study purposes. October 25, 2021United Statesazarts

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Call to Artists | Black and White Photography ExhibitionDecode Gallery is excited to announce our October show! The theme is: Black and White. It's how photography began, it's the deep unending shades of grey. We look forward to seeing your best black and white photography! October 16, 2021United Statesazarts

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Call for Exhibit ProposalMiniature artisans, model makers and artists working in miniature residing in Tucson or the surrounding area are invited to submit a proposal to display their work in The Mini Time Machine Museum's Community Corner in 2022.Two Exhibit Opportunities: May 24 through September 11, 2022 or September 13, 2022 through January 15, 2023.Open to individuals or groups. Original scratch-built miniatures in any format will be considered. 2D work must not exceed 3 in height or width, 3D work must not exceed 22 in any direction. Model kits will only be considered if they have been altered (i.e., kit bashed) to create a new unique presentation. Work with light, sound or moving parts must be hardwired with outlet plugs. Cords must be at least 6 feet long and have quick release.For display in the Community Corner at The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures4455 E. Camp Lowell Dr. Tucson, AZ 85712CalendarDeadline for submissions: October 31, 2021Notification of acceptance (by email): November 19, 2021Delivery of work: One week prior to opening of exhibit October 31, 2021United Statesazarts

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Small Works at Untitled GalleryBe a part of the holiday season at Untitled Gallery! We invite you to submit artwork for our open themed, juried exhibition of 2-D and 3-D, member and non-member artist small works.Submission fee of $30 for a maximum of 3 works per artistSubmitted 2-D work must be no larger than 200 square inches (W x H), including frame; 3-D work must be no larger than 16 in the longest dimension; 3-D work must be no larger than 16 in the longest dimension. October 31, 2021United Statesazarts

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Call to Poets | Celebrating the Caesars and Ancient RomeCall to Poets: Celebrating the Caesars and Ancient RomeDeadline November 1, 2021Pop Goes the Classroom is pleased to announce a collaboration with artist Marek Danielewski and FourStrokeStudio to promote critical thinking and celebrate the Caesars as artistic inspiration.Over the years, ancient Rome has been a popular topic for film and television. Spartacus (STARZ), Rome (HBO), Britannia and Domina (EPIX) have brought ancient ROME into contemporary popular culture. As with all media, their depictions vary in their level of accuracy.We are seeking poetry submissions that reflect the personhood of the great Caesars in a manner that can connect the contemporary audience to the historical figures in a manner consistent with Danielewski's multimedia approach to the topic as seen below in his artist's statement.Artist Statement:When I see Roman Art, I immediately think of fancy banquets and the excess in all forms. The American vision of self is that of Ancient Rome. Where for the French, Brutus is the hero of the Republic, so as for Americans it is Caesar who resides as the pinnacle of the Empire. The American public including writers like Gore Vidal have been for the longest time referencing America's link, similarities and growth toward the Roman Empire. While Hollywood puts out a steady dose of sword and sandal epics for the viewing public to make the same association. In my work I feel I am showing this link in a contemporary media. By engaging the iconic image of the Caesar I feel I am showing the degradation, the excess that is America and the Roman Empire.We look forward to a rich diversity of submissions from practicing poets, students and hobbyists.Images of Danielewski's Caesar's Series can be found at marek79.weebly.com and Instagram @fourstrokestudio. We are seeking original works only. Simultaneous submissions will be accepted, but the poet must notify us as soon as possible if the work is accepted elsewhere. It is free to submit, and multiple poems may be submitted. November 1, 2021United Statesazarts

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Artist in Residence Opportunities | National Park ServiceArtists have created art in national parks since the late 19th century when famed Hudson River School painters captured the majestic views of our nation's western parks. Today, the sights and sounds in national parks continue to inspire artists in more than 50 residency programs across the country.Whether staying in a remote wilderness cabin at Denali National Park and Preserve in Alaska or contemplating history at Herbert Hoover National Historic Site in Iowa or working in a contemporary studio overlooking the stone-lined fields at Weir Farm National Historic Site in Connecticut, these programs provide artists with unique opportunities to create works of art in varied natural and cultural settings.There are programs for visual artists, writers, musicians, and other creative media. Programs vary, but residencies are typically 2 to 4 weeks in length and most include lodging. Often artists are invited to participate in park programs by sharing their art with the public.Each park in this directory has its own application process and timeline, visitthe park's websitefor further information. Year RoundUnited Statesazarts

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Fellowships & Grants for Americans to Study in ScandinaviaThe American-Scandinavian Foundation (ASF) is accepting applications for Fellowships & Grants for Americans to Study in Scandinavia during the 2022-23 academic year now through November 1!ASF offers both year-long fellowships of up to $23,000 and short-term (1-3 month) grants of up to $5,000 to graduate students (preferably dissertation-related) and academic professionals interested in pursuing research or creative arts projects in the Nordic region. Awards are made in all fields.For further information and to begin an online application, please click here!Deadline: November 1, 2021Download Full Press ReleaseFor email inquiries, please contact [email protected]. For information on ASF Fellowships, please see our website at amscan.org. November 1, 2021United Statesazarts

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Museum and Library Funding Opportunities | Communities for ImmunityOverviewFunding awards will be provided to museums and libraries to leverage their deep relationships with local communities to improve vaccine confidence. By providing funding awards to these trusted community institutions, the initiative will use new and existing resources to reach Americans across the nation. Additionally, a Community of Practice will be created to develop and refine vaccine education resources that will be shared with the broader museum and library community.Eligibility requirementsThis funding opportunity is for museums, libraries, science centers, zoos, aquariums, gardens, tribal organizations, and other cultural institutions located in the United States, including territories and tribal lands. To be eligible for this award, your organization must be either a private nonprofit organization with tax-exempt status or part of a State or local government or a multipurpose not-for-profit entity, such as a municipality, university, historical society, foundation, or cultural center. Additionally, organizations must qualify according to the Institute of Museum and Library Services Eligibility Criteria.Upcoming WebinarsOctober 14, 3-4 PM Eastern RegisterOctober 22, 11-Noon Eastern RegisterPrevious WebinarsClick to view recordings of past webinars.Important information for applicantsCommunities for Immunity is seeking proposals that address COVID-19 vaccine confidence and uptake, with an aim to reach vaccine-hesitant populations. This FAQ page includes resources to help you determine which groups in your community might have higher rates of vaccine hesitancy.The award program is funding projects of a range of sizes and complexity in two rounds. The Round Two application window is open now and awardees will be notified in mid-November:Round Two: November 2021Application window: October 12"29, 2021154 awards (estimated) ranging from $1,500"$100,000Projects completed by March 31, 2022Round One awards were announced in mid-September and are currently being implemented:Round One: September 2021Application window: August 5"September 2, 2021100 awards (estimated) ranging from $1,500"$10,000Projects completed by December 10, 2021Organizations may apply for funding in Round Two whether or not they applied in Round One. If your proposal was not selected in Round One, you may apply again for Round Two.Some smaller projects may use existing resources and materials to communicate about vaccines, like printing and distributing pamphlets about COVID-19 vaccination, facilitating a community discussion about vaccines, or opening or maintaining a vaccination site. For proposals over $25,000, it is required that you involve the creation of new resources and materials that can be shared with other organizations. This could involve designing new materials for distribution (pamphlets, infographics, posters, videos, podcasts, public service announcements) or designing a new program, display, activity, or framework for public discussion. Read our applicant toolkit for more information about the application process.Communities for Immunity seeks effective, innovative ways to engage vaccine-hesitant populations, so project design is only constrained by your creativity and what resonates with your community! Compelling proposals will include coordination with partners, such as local health officials, community organizations, or other libraries, museums, or cultural institutions.As a part of this program, ASTC will establish an online Community of Practice and a Resource Library featuring materials created by awardees. These resources will allow participating organizations to support one another and share best practices for creating a successful vaccine confidence program with the broader museum and library communities. Applications Open Oct 12 - 29, 2021United Statesazarts

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2022-2023 NEA Big ReadAnnouncing the New Additions to the NEA Big ReadGuidelines for 2022-2023 Grant Program Now AvailableThe National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Big Read will feature 15 titles for 2022"2023 programming, with books that represent a diverse range of contemporary themes, voices, and perspectives. A partnership with Arts Midwest, the NEA Big Read supports community reading programs held around the country, each designed around a single NEA Big Read book selection, with the goal of inspiring meaningful conversations, artistic responses, and new discoveries and connections in each community. Visit Arts Midwest's website for complete grant guidelines and to apply. The deadline for applications is January 26, 2022.The National Endowment for the Arts is proud to continue its support of the NEA Big Read, bringing people together around the shared experience of reading and exploring the same book, said Ann Eilers, acting chairman of the NEA. I encourage organizations in towns large and small to consider this opportunity and how it could benefit their community.For the 2022-2023 NEA Big Read, there are 12 new additions to the NEA Big Read library and three returning titles. Short descriptions are available for each book at arts.gov/neabigread with additional resources for the new titles available in Summer 2022.Whether they stem from a wild imagination or lived experience, are set long ago or in our time or far into the future, these 15 books are gripping, poignant, sometimes funny, and always deeply humane, said Amy Stolls, director of Literary Arts at the NEA. I am excited for communities to delve into these books and look forward to seeing their ideas for creative programming.New Additions for the 2022"2023 NEA Big Read:The Bear (novel) by Andrew KrivakCatalog of Unabashed Gratitude (poetry) by Ross GayThe Cold Millions (novel) by Jess WalterDeaf Republic (poetry) by Ilya KaminskyHeartland: A Memoir of Working Hard and Being Broke in the Richest Country on Earth (memoir) by Sarah SmarshHomegoing (novel) by Yaa GyasiInterior Chinatown (novel) by Charles YuInfinite Country (novel) by Patricia EngelNothing to See Here (novel) by Kevin WilsonPostcolonial Love Poem (poetry) by Natalie DiazSitting Pretty: The View from my Ordinary Resilient Disabled Body (memoir-in-essays) by Rebekah TaussigThere, There (novel) by Tommy OrangeReturning Books for the 2022"2023 NEA Big Read:The Best We Could Do (graphic memoir) by Thi BuiCan™t We Talk About Something More Pleasant? (graphic memoir) by Roz ChastCirce (novel) by Madeline MillerApplicant organizations will collaborate with a broad range of partners”including a community library if the applicant itself is not a library”to offer events and activities that engage the whole community. Eligible applicants include, but are not limited to: arts centers, arts councils, arts organizations, community service organizations, environmental organizations, fairs and festivals, faith-based organizations, historical societies, housing authorities, humanities councils, institutions of higher education, libraries, literary centers, museums, school districts, theater companies, trade associations, and tribal governments. Matching grants range from $5,000 to $20,000.The power of literature can amplify creativity and foster new partnerships, said Torrie Allen, President and CEO of Arts Midwest. We are excited for neighbors in communities across the nation to connect through the NEA Big Read.Two webinars for potential applicants will take place this fall:How to Apply for the NEA Big Read” October 27 at 12 p.m. ET/11 a.m. CT/9 a.m. PTJoin a webinar all about applying for an NEA Big Read grant. Hear from a moderated panel about various topics you might consider as you build your application, and hear from four previous grantee organizations.All About the NEA Big Read Books” November 16 at 12 p.m. ET/11 a.m. CT/9 a.m. PTJoin a webinar discussion about the 15 books that are a part of the NEA Big Read for 2022-2023, including insights from the authors.Click on the links above to register. Can™t make these webinars but still want to tune in? RSVP and a recording will be sent to you within 48 hours.About the National Endowment for the Arts Big ReadThe NEA Big Read broadens our understanding of our world, our neighbors, and ourselves through the power of a shared reading experience. Since 2006, the National Endowment for the Arts has funded more than 1,700 NEA Big Read programs, providing more than $23 million to organizations nationwide. For more information, please visit arts.gov/neabigread.About the National Endowment for the ArtsEstablished by Congress in 1965, the National Endowment for the Arts is the independent federal agency whose funding and support gives Americans the opportunity to participate in the arts, exercise their imaginations, and develop their creative capacities. Through partnerships with state arts agencies, local leaders, other federal agencies, and the philanthropic sector, the Arts Endowment supports arts learning, affirms and celebrates America's rich and diverse cultural heritage, and extends its work to promote equal access to the arts in every community across America. Visit arts.gov to learn more.About Arts MidwestArts Midwest believes that creativity has the power to inspire and unite humanity. Based in Minneapolis, Arts Midwest grows, gathers, and invests in creative organizations and communities throughout the nine-state region of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. One of six nonprofit United States Regional Arts Organizations, Arts Midwest's history spans more than 30 years. For more information, visit artsmidwest.org. January 26, 2022United Statesazarts

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Sandy Crimmins National Prize for PoetryThe Sandy Crimmins National Prize for Poetry annual national poetry prize from Philadelphia Stories features a first place $1,000 cash award. Three runners up will each receive a $250 cash award. The winning and runner up poems are published in the Spring issue. These poems and honorable mentions appear online. The Crimmins Prize celebrates risk, innovation, and emotional engagement. They especially encourage poets from underrepresented groups and backgrounds to send their work. November 15, 2021United Statesazarts

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Association of Performing Arts Professionals | ArtsForwardMade possible with generous support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Association of Performing Arts Professionals's ArtsForward program will support the presenting and touring field's safe, vibrant, and equitable reopening and recovery as presenters, artists and audiences reconnect, tours resume, and venues reopen. More than $2 million will be given through direct grants of $35,000 or $50,000 to U.S.-based APAP presenter members working in partnership with individual artists/companies, to support the performing arts field's transition toward reopening its venues and resuming live programming. Funds will be distributed by early 2022 for a grant period that takes place during the remainder of 2022. November 15, 2021United Statesazarts

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RFP: Newark Airport Digital Art Exhibition: The Journey of SurprisesThis exciting opportunity is accepting submissions from adult visual artists who are current residents of New Jersey (with a priority given to artists from Newark and Elizabeth, NJ). Preference will be given to artists with a strong connection to Newark and/or Elizabeth, but artists from across the State are eligible to submit their work for consideration. Qualified artists are encouraged to submit their work samples to be considered for a year-long digital exhibition in the new EWR Airport Terminal A. 10/31/2021United StatesCodaworx

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CTA 22-305 Ambulance Themed Stained-Glass Art for Fire Station #33Arts Council of Alachua County is looking for proposals for a historic ambulance themed stained-glass installation for Fire Station #33, inspired by the photo included in the document.10/27/2021United StatesCodaworx

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RFP: New Fire Station 17 Public Artwork in Ward 6The City of Fort Myers Public Art Committee is requesting artists to submit their qualifications for a representational three-dimensional outdoor artwork for a new fire station serving the City of Fort Myers. The Fort Myers Fire Department prefers a representational three-dimensional artwork of sufficient size, scale and composition to be visible to passing motorists and pedestrians. Although representational, the sculpture or sculptural installation may possess modernist stylings or flair. The Fort Myers Fire Department and Station 17 would like the piece's design to accommodate small groups who may gather for memorial events such as 9/11 commemorations and observances for fallen firefighters and police.11/30/2021United StatesCodaworx

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RFQ: Loveland Mural ProjectThe City of Loveland Art in Public Places seeks mural artists/instructors for 2 Art in Public Places projects that will take place in Spring 2022 (Dates TBD). The project scopes vary slightly in the level of participant supervision and skills needed. Applicants may apply for 1 or both projects. Please note that Artist/Artist(s) submitting applications should not submit a design proposal. We are only looking for past experience/qualifications and samples of past work at this time. The City seeks Artist/Artist(s) selected to design and execute a painted mural upon the existing concrete panels and side walls that form a large centralized loading ramp for recycled materials. A max all-inclusive of $10,000 has been allocated for this. Up to 2 artists may be selected to teach an interactive, hands-on multi-day workshop. All applicants must have the experience and technical skills for designing and executing a large-scale mural design. A max all-inclusive of $5,000 has been allocated for this10/18/2021United StatesCodaworx

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RFQ: Starling Garage Sculptural Element, Scioto PeninsulaCDDC is leading the effort on The Peninsula and has selected development partners to execute the vision for an active, mixed-use 18-hour district. The Peninsula will be home to miles of waterfront views and pathways, acres and acres of parks and community greenspaces, conveniently connected bike trails, easy access to Scioto River canoeing and kayaking, and close proximity to Downtown's most popular places, happenings, and events. Phase One is also bringing thoroughly modern office spaces, a premier hotel, resort-style residential living, and exceptional shopping and dining experiences.2021-04-11 00:00:00United StatesCodaworx

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RFQ: Starling Garage Murals, Scioto PeninsulaCDDC is leading the effort on The Peninsula and has selected development partners to execute the vision for an active, mixed-use 18-hour district. The Peninsula will be home to miles of waterfront views and pathways, acres and acres of parks and community greenspaces, conveniently connected bike trails, easy access to Scioto River canoeing and kayaking, and close proximity to Downtown's most popular places, happenings, and events. Phase One is also bringing thoroughly modern office spaces, a premier hotel, resort-style residential living, and exceptional shopping and dining experiences.2021-04-11 00:00:00United StatesCodaworx

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RFQ: Martin Luther King & Veronica S. Shoemaker Blvd. Gateway Public ArtworkIn collaboration with the City of Fort Myers Community Redevelopment Agency and the Lee County Black History Society, the Fort Myers Public Art Committee is requesting artists to submit qualifications for a public art project at the intersection of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Veronica S. Shoemaker Boulevards. The intersection is a critical gateway connecting the historic Dunbar Community1 (once referred to as Safety Hill2) to downtown Fort Myers. The intersection bears the names of a local historical figure, Veronica S. Shoemaker, and universal luminary, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. For many members of our community, this intersection is too important to be left to the vagaries of generic roadside strip development. This intersection deserves a prominent cultural landmark.The site for the artwork is an open, grassy area located to the south of Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard.10/28/2021United StatesCodaworx

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RFP: City of Napa " Downtown Napa Public Art Roundabout ProjectThe City of Napa supports the placement of public art in the community through a variety of different programs created to contribute to a more livable and visually stimulating environment. This RFQ is part of a multi-phase process by which the City of Napa seeks to identify and select a qualified public artist to create and install a site-specific artwork on the southeast corner of the 1st street roundabout. The City seeks qualifications from experienced public artists (or artist teams) who specialize in site specific sculpture. The City aims to accomplish five primary goals via this project:2021-12-11 00:00:00United StatesCodaworx

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RFQ: Brightview Innovation Center Public ArtBrightview Innovation Center in Herndon, Virginia has identified three areas of opportunity for artistic enhancement. Artists and artist teams can demonstrate qualifications for 1, 2, or all 3 of the art locations. Please be specific as to which sites you are evidencing qualifications. Special provisions for the mural/mosaic, sculpture or screen wall are not included in the current plan. Adaptations to structures or site specification will be addressed and possible accommodations made in the Request for Proposal semi-final stage.2021-12-11 00:00:00United StatesCodaworx

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RFP: Tarpon Springs Black Heritage ProjectThe City of Tarpon Springs is unique in many ways. The origins and settlement of the city were made by three symbiotic groups: the sponge hookers who came north to Tarpon Springs from the Bahamas and the Florida Keys; the Greeks who came from the Dodecanese Islands with their innovative diving suits and helmets that revolutionized the sponging industry and the crackers, the cowboys of Florida who brought cattle, orchards and farming to the area. The black sponge hookers and the immigrant Greeks supported each other's efforts. Many of the black sponge hookers learned Greek to facilitate their working alongside the helmeted Greek spongers. Descendants of these groups still inhabit Tarpon Springs to this day. This unique fellowship has not been recognized in public art. The purpose of this project is to represent this unique relationship in art. The project is envisioned at being located at two places: the Sponge Docks and the Union Academy neighborhood.10/29/2021United StatesCodaworx

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RFP: Grambling State University: Sculptural InstallationThe Louisiana Percent for Art program is seeking qualified artists or artist teams to submit qualifications to design and implement an exterior, site-specific sculptural piece of original design for Grambling State University's new digital library. Full proposals are not required at this time, therefore, please only submit those materials described under submission requirements.The sculptural artwork that will adorn the western façade, will complement the building aesthetics, and reflect the interconnectedness of public artworks and the communities in which they exist. The resulting artwork will not only be functional, but will act as an exemplification of Grambling State University, "Building What's Next" and as a reminder of the legacy of HBCU's being in the Avant Garde, in the lineage of Hale Woodruff, Elizabeth Catlett and John Biggers.11/13/2021United StatesCodaworx

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RFQ: LSU School of Veterinary Medicine Public Art ProjectThe goal of this public art project is to welcome clients (their owners) to the new front door. The piece should speak to the healing work done within the facility. The sculpture will sit on the front lawn with 360 degree viewing. The University is interested in physically engaging people with the sculpture. A durable, long-lasting, extremely low maintenance sculpture is required. The piece should be seen and recognized from the road, interacted with close up, and stand out against the backdrop of the building. The university would be interested in the use of color in the piece. It should be lighted at night, however the piece should not depend on light as the primary design idea. The cost of foundation design and installation will be included in the design. The landscape and hardscape providing access to and around the piece will be required to be included in the design and construction cost. Lighting will be required as part of design and construction cost.11/28/2021United StatesCodaworx

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RFP: Uptown Trees 2021-2022The City of Greeley is committed to linking the University of Northern Colorado (UNC) campus to downtown Greeley with a trail of artwork for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists to enjoy. This part of the Downtown/UNC Art Walk corridor has been in collaboration with Community Development's 8th Avenue improvements and the Downtown Development Authority. The Uptown Tree program allows the versatility needed to help create the art corridor. The first planting of trees along the corridor in 2014 included ten trees that added interest, form, color and fun. We now have a total of 28 trees and are calling for up to three more sculptural art trees to complete this project. Artists are invited to apply their creative energies to finalize this series of Art Trees.11/30/2021United StatesCodaworx

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The Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial " Cincinnati OHThe Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial " Call to Artists! 10/14/2021United StatesCodaworx

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RFP: Ector County Ind. School Dist. 100th Ann. MuralEctor County Independent School District (ECISD) will be celebrating its centennial from September 2021 though May 2022. As part of the celebrations, the district would like to commission a mural to represent the achievements of the past, while pointing towards the promise of the future. The work should be prominent and proportional to its surroundings, (and should last for 20 years), and should hold up to the extreme weather conditions of West Texas including intense sunlight, heat and wind for at least/up to 20 years with minimal maintenance. Artist will be asked to work with ECISD art students in the execution of the mural.10/15/2021United StatesCodaworx

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10064-0-2021-BP Public Art " Metro CampusThe Madison Arts Commission is accepting applications from artists or design teams to provide a site-specific artwork for the Metro Campus near the corner of East Washington Avenue and South Ingersoll Street as part of the Metro Bus Barn Rehabilitation Project (Phases II and IIIA).10/29/2021United StatesCodaworx

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GLEAM " Light Installation Proposal CallOlbrich Botanical Gardens " Madison, WI " invites proposals for the 2022 GLEAM, Art in a New Light, a public art exhibition featuring large scale, light-based installations situated within the Gardens™ landscape and tropical conservatory. Over 17,000 visitors view the outdoor exhibit, September " October.10/27/2021United StatesCodaworx

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Temporary Sculpture Houston BoulevardsRedbud gallery has managed the curating and setting of temporary sculpture along major Houston thoroughfares for over 8 years.10/31/2021United StatesCodaworx

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RFQ: Bicentennial Legends Portrait MuralsDeadline:12/31/202312/31/2022United StatesCodaworx

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RFQ: Public Art for the Joe Marfuggi RiverwalkRiverfront Recapture and the Joe Marfuggi Riverwalk Public Art Committee (The Committee) have opened a RFQ to identify qualified artists interested in developing site-specific permanent artwork to be installed along the Joe Marfuggi Riverwalk. This RFQ is the first phase of a two-phase process, the second is a RFP, where selected artists will provide their vision and ideas for the project. The Joe Marfuggi Riverwalk is to be a celebration of Riverfront Recapture's success led by a beloved man who encouraged participation by the example of hard work and an impish sense of humor. The Riverwalk will extend 2.5 miles from Riverside Park to Windsor Meadows, creating connections through our future park to Windsor, South Windsor, and Keney Park. This opportunity is open to professional or emerging/student artists 18 years of age and older residing in a state with the Connecticut River passing through or being its border may apply.10/30/2021United StatesCodaworx

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RFQ: Texas State Film and Television Studios " Live Oak HallTexas State University invites professional artists or artist teams to submit qualifications to design and fabricate a work of art for the University Film and Television Studios on the San Marcos, TX campus. The new building will host The School of Journalism and Mass Communication, that introduces students to the broad framework of mass communication, emphasizing what is common and fundamental to advertising, journalism, public relations, electronic media and digital media. Applicants will create a work of art that is prominent and proportional to its surroundings, conveys a contemporary aesthetic, is durable, sustainable, and that speaks to the diverse and engaging environment of the building. Students, faculty, staff, and visitors should feel engaged upon viewing the artwork. It must also be suitable for interaction with the general public and have the capacity to be securely installed in a public area.10/15/2021United StatesCodaworx

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RFP: Animal Control Facility " Odessa, TXIn July 2021, the City of Odessa broke ground on a new, state of the art animal control facility to replace the current aging facility. The new facility will focus on animal well being, and encouraging the community to adopt.10/15/2021United StatesCodaworx

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Call for Applications " National & NYS Artists Invited to Propose Iconic Artwork in LGBTQ+ Welcoming Building in Rochester, NYApplications sought for a public artwork that supports and celebrates the LGBTQ+ community in a new LGBTQ+ welcoming building. The artwork will be located in the building pass through of a new four story mixed-use and mixed-income building located between East Avenue and Broad Street in Rochester, NY. We seek applications by October 31 for an iconic work of art that represents, welcomes, or supports the LGBTQ+ community in some way, and we encourage artists to think expansively about the space, utilizing the wall, ceiling, and ground. The resulting commission should be bold, eye-catching, thoughtful, and engaging both day and night. This opportunity is open to artists and artists teams of all disciplines who have completed other public commissions of a similar scale. Rochester Contemporary Art Center (RoCo) is working with neighborhood partners to administer the RFQ/RFP process. More information, dates and images can be found here: http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/public-art-opport10/31/2021United StatesCodaworx

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RFP: Large-scale Mural Local Flora and Fauna (Burleson, TX)Keep Burleson Beautiful, in partnership with the City of Burleson, invites artists to submit their work for consideration in our upcoming exhibition for a large-scale mural of local flora and fauna on the Hidden Creek Blvd. concrete bridge embankment at Bailey Lake. This exhibition will feature a large-scale mural engaging the concepts of local urban wildlife, native flora and fauna, and stewardship of our natural park spaces. Keep Burleson Beautiful is interested in the beautification of public spaces as well as promoting wildlife conservation in Burleson parks. The goal of this project is to give life to an urban space while celebrating the native plants and animals that dwell alongside the human community members in this space. We hope to inspire all people who pass this site to become great stewards of public parks.2021-01-11 00:00:00United StatesCodaworx

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RFP: Love Locks Sculpture at Savannah Rapids Park, Augusta CanalA public art installation for Columbia County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CCCVB) at Savannah Rapids Park in Martinez, Georgia.2021-01-11 00:00:00United StatesCodaworx

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RFQ: Pathway to Hope Public Art Trail (Tulsa, OK)The Oklahoma Arts Council, in partnership with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, is pleased to announce a call for artists for a series of projects honoring the vibrant history of Tulsa's Greenwood District. The Pathway to Hope Public Art Trail will add meaningful artwork to the underpasses of Tulsa's Interstate 244, from Main Street to Greenwood Avenue. Artwork selected will be 2D or 3D but should not consist of murals painted directly onto the concrete underpasses. Artwork can incorporate light and sound if consideration is given to minimizing maintenance needs.11/15/2021United StatesCodaworx

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RFP: City Hall Sculpture | City of KetchumThe City of Ketchum, Idaho invites professional artists, architects, or designers to apply for a permanent sculptural installation for the City of Ketchum's New City Hall. Original artwork by one selected artist, architect, designer, or artistic team will be displayed in the entry and will become a permanent part of the city's art collection. Total budget for the sculpture (either new or existing work), including artist fee, design, engineering, materials, fabrication, shipping, and installation is $30,000. The sculpture will be featured on the city's website (www.ketchumidaho.org) and in various social media forums.10/15/2021United StatesCodaworx

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CHARRETTE FOR ROUNDABOUTS EXHIBITIONThe Frederick Arts Council is seeking qualifications for Artists/Teams in the first phase of the Charrette for Roundabouts exhibition. Selected applicants will be given $600 to propose an idea and construct a model to be displayed at the Charrette for Roundabouts exhibition. Applications are due on October 22, 2021 and the Art Center exhibition will now take place in winter of 2021-22.10/22/2021United StatesCodaworx

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Covid-19 Heroes Campaign Art ContestThe American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Foundation is hosting an art contest and invites you to submit your entry for consideration.10/26/2021United StatesCodaworx

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RFQ: Art in Public Places " Oregon State University Reser Stadium, Welcome Center, Wellness ClinicThe Oregon Arts Commission is accepting qualifications from artists or artist teams for a Percent for Art in Public Places opportunity at Oregon State University (OSU). The Reser Stadium project includes multiple sites for artwork at OSU's main campus in Corvallis including at the stadium entry gates and new Welcome Center for the university, and a new Wellness Clinic. The buildings are scheduled to open in spring 2023.2021-03-11 00:00:00United StatesCodaworx

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RFQ: New Public Art in Allentown, PAThe Miller Symphony Hall is flanked by the Arts Alley (also called Court Street) to the south, and the Arts Walk to the north, both spanning from 6th Street to North Law Street. These connective walkways have a high level of material finish and connect the Miller Symphony Hall to Allentown's core arts institutions, as well as to the City's governmental and business center. The artist will create a work that will be located in the Arts Walk and/or Arts Alley. The work of art will be the result of a collaborative effort and must be musical in some way. If the work of art makes or plays sound it must be mutable or subtle enough that it doesn™t interfere with the adjacent residents or transmit sound into the adjacent Miller Symphony Hall. The work of art may be sculptural, light-based, sculptural relief, or similar. The work of art must be of a material quality that is commensurate with the high level of finish quality of the Arts Walk and Arts Alley.10/22/2021United StatesCodaworx

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RFP: City of Austin Municipal Courthouse (5) Indoor MuralsThe City of Austin Municipal Courthouse has contracted City Vendor (Christine Michelle Angelone dba POOR GIRL EMPIRE, LLC) to manage and commission (5) indoor murals to be located at 6800 Burleson Road, Building 310, Suite 175, Austin, Texas, 78744. The City of Austin Municipal Courthouse seeks qualifications from visual artists or artist teams to design, fabricate, and install permanent mural artworks on (5) courthouse walls. 2021-06-11 00:00:00United StatesCodaworx

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RFP: Vandalia Art Park Sculpture 2022The Vandalia Arts Council desires to add to the permanent sculptures at the Vandalia Art Park. The committee also wishes to increase the interaction of the community with the park, therefore, the sculpture should have kinetic and acoustical elements. A primary goal of this project is to have a component of the sculpture that involves the community in the fabrication of the sculpture. 2021-01-11 00:00:00United StatesCodaworx

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RFP: Lee Street Mural " Odessa, TXOdessa Arts, in conjunction with the City of Odessa invites professional artists or artist teams to submit qualifications to design and fabricate a mural on the North facing wall of the City of Odessa's Family Health Clinic. This piece will be an addition to the City of Odessa's public art collectio11/15/2021United StatesCodaworx

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Graphic Encounter Fine ArtGEFA is seeking a sculptor who can provide a 3-Dimensional Sculptural piece for the reception area of a US Marriott Hotel. The sculpture will consist of Approximately 108 leaves™ made of metal / resin / glass¦2021-12-11 00:00:00United StatesCodaworx

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RFP: Downtown Denver 16th St MallThe selection panel members have set forth specific goals and parameters for this public art project with the hope of creating unique and inspiring works of art for the diverse communities that visit, work at, or near, and enjoy the 16th Street Mall. The panel is looking to commission artwork that will be beacons or gateways to the City of Denver and draw visitors to the Mall. Artworks should enhance the experience and engage multiple senses, harnessing tactile, light, and/or sound components to achieve these aims. Ground space on the Mall is limited and must remain open for public activity; therefore, works that utilize vertical, overhead, or other space-conserving strategies are encouraged. The selection panel is open to artwork in all media and materials suitable for outdoor display. However, the panel is not looking for two-dimensional artwork. Artists are asked to be mindful and respectful of the Mall's functionality, programs, and users.10/18/2021United StatesCodaworx

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apexart's NYC Open Call for Exhibition Proposals and up to $10k budgetapexart's Open Calls are opportunities for artists, curators, and other professionals to turn their curatorial idea into an apexart exhibition, combined with inviting apexart's international community to determine our programming through an online jury process collectively. Winning proposals become part of apexart's next exhibition season and receive funding and staff support. apexart is not a granting organization-all exhibitions are part of apexart's programming.Eligibility: Anyone can applyWhat you get: The five winning proposals will each receive an exhibition budget of $10,000, staff support, and be part of apexart's 2022-2023 exhibition season.For more information, visit apexart.orgBecome a member and unlock access to jobs and all premium articles and news content2021-10-31 00:00:00United StatesArtshub

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