The Lisbon Architecture Triennale Association is a not-for-profit organisation, founded in 2006. The first two Triennale editions have been officially recognised and acknowledged by the Presidency of the Portuguese Republic and the Ministry of Culture as events of cultural relevance. As the most significant architectural event in the Iberian Peninsula, the Lisbon Architecture Triennale aims to establish itself as a wide forum of debate, reflection, prospect and promotion of architecture, from territorial to building scales, discussing issues of contemporary architecture, starting from the principle that architectural practice is a fundamental expression of the creation of place, the construction of an integrating sense of citizenship, and cultural affirmation.
The Chief Curator is to develop the general concept starting from the theme of “Density / Intensity” or present an alternative proposal for the 3rd edition of the Lisbon Architecture Triennale, consisting of:
3 main exhibitions in Lisbon and1 satellite exhibition in Oporto; 1 exhibition as a satellite event outside Portugal (in collaboration with international partner institutions); 2 international architecture (idea-) competitions, both for professionals and architecture students; a series of bilingual publications ; accompanying educational services and programmes, among other activities.
The successful applicant shall fulfil the job based partly or temporarily in Lisbon, as required by the project’s evolution and mutually agreed between the commissioner and the chief curatorary 20. Proposals are invited from individuals as well as collectives of any nationality and country of residence.
For further and detailed information about the Lisbon Architecture Triennale, on terms & conditions and submission requirements, please visit our site: http://www.trienaldelisboa.com
Applications fulfilling the submission requirements must be sent by 28 August 2011, by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of this program is to award small cultural grants (grants) for specific projects that support cultural exchanges and promote cultural ties between the United States and Slovenia. Grants will be awarded to non-governmental, nonprofit organizations (NGOs). To be eligible for consideration, every applicant must be engaged in, or propose to carry out, a project whose purpose is to promote cultural exchanges and ties between the United States and Slovenia.
The Embassy is most interested in projects relating to:
- cultural exchanges;
- artistic and cultural performances;
- cultural projects whose aim is to promote and deepen the understanding and appreciation of American culture in Slovenia.
The Public Affairs Section of the United States Embassy in Ljubljana represents the Embassy vis-a-vis the Government of Slovenia in official business related to culture, promotes the values and culture of American society, conducts information and cultural programs on behalf of the U.S. Government, presenting U.S. history, society, art and culture in all of its diversity to overseas audiences and administers United States government involvement in cultural activities between Slovenia and the United States.
Organizer – Łaźnia Contemporary Art Centre in Gdansk ( 80-767 Gdańsk, ul. Jaskółcza 1), announces an open competition for the best video – in the framework of the Fifth IN OUT Festival 2011
in the categories:
1) Visual narrations:
The entries shall make a story, treatise, a poem told in a visual language, where the event layer has been enhanced by artistic elements, showing their multidimensionality in the context of a video matter.
2) Enhanced photography:
The entries shall be deprived narration and shall focus on optic and artistic phenomena or the entries shall be a documented registration of events, referring to deep-rooted art events – performances.
The winning entries shall receive:
a) visual narrations: 2000PLN
b) enhanced photography: 2000 PLN
Works complete with an application card must be submitted until 1st August 2011.
Łaźnia Contemporary Art Centre in Gdansk
The15th International Video Festival VIDEOMEDEJA will take place in the Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina in Novi Sad, Serbia in December 16-18 2011.
Like previous years we are looking for new video art works and short films, media installations, live audiovisual performances, network based projects... In addition, we are very glad to receive proposals from curators and producers/distributors for the non-competitive special screenings.
Entry forms are online and artists can easily provide their video previews directly by web form or they can send materials by regular post.
Online Application and further details:
The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation seeks a new director to lead the operation, coordination and business of the Index art space. Index is a non-profit exhibition space that works with contemporary art in various ways. It is supported and run by a private foundation formed in 1998, with a board that holds ultimate responsibility. Among the financiers are the Swedish Arts Council, the municipality of Stockholm and Stockholm County Council. Index is a cutting-edge institution with a strong position both nationally and internationally. Since 2006, Index is located at Kungsholmen in central Stockholm.
As director, the position allows the freedom to propose and produce programs and exhibitions according to one’s own vision, provided it remains within the economy and other existing conditions. Another key task is to continue work on the future funding of Index. The post is a full-time position for a period of three years, with the possibility of extension.
Application and qualifications
We are looking for someone with extensive and documented knowledge and experience of working with contemporary art, as well as a broad international network. The position requires excellent leadership skills, an artistic vision for Index and carries the responsibility for long-term financing.
For consideration, please submit your application no later than 1 August 2011, including CV, references and a description of your vision for the future of Index.
Applications should be sent to: email@example.com
Information about the position will be provided via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Index / http://www.indexfoundation.se
Kerry Film Festival (KFF) will run from 29 October – 5 November 2011 and is offering cash prizes to up and coming film makers.
The main feature of Kerry Film Festival is a short film competition that focuses on young film makers and awards prizes in a number of different categories including Best Irish Film, Best International Film, Best Documentary Film and Best Animated Film. Winning films are selected by a world class panel of adjudicators, with KFF adjudicators including such leading lights as Jeremy Irons, Noel Pearson, Liam Neeson and Gabriel Byrne. KFF also presents the Maureen O’ Hara award to a lady that has excelled in film, with Oscar winning actress Juliette Binoche picking up the award in 2010, which was presented by Maureen O’ Hara herself.
The focus of Kerry Film Festival is, as always, on young, up-and-coming filmmakers, giving the KFF audience an opportunity to see and love the work of directors before they become widely known. While KFF is an intimate little festival, the quality of both the films and the panel of adjudicators consistently punch above the festival’s weight. Having such well respected adjudicators view and select the winning films is a huge advantage to winning filmmakers. “It’s one of the unique strengths of KFF,” said Director, Jason O’Mahony, “We offer young filmmakers a chance to have their work seen by respected pros and, if their film is selected, then the kudos which goes along with having their film selected will hopefully help them take the next step in their careers.”
For more information and to download an application form please log onto http://www.kerryfilmfestival.com
The closing date for submissions is 1 August 2011.
Kerry Film Festival (Ireland)
aspex seeks emerging artists working in all media for its open submission exhibition EMERGENCY5. In September a maximum of 12 artists will be selected for a group show. From these short-listed artists a winner will be chosen to receive the prize of a solo exhibition at aspex in 2013, including a £1000 fee and £1000 production budget.
This year's selectors are: Ivan Morison, artist; Julia Alvarez, Director, Bearspace; Margot Heller, Director, South London Gallery and Joanne Bushnell, Director, aspex.
aspex is Portsmouth’s leading contemporary art gallery. Founded in 1981, the gallery specialises in supporting contemporary artists at an early stage in their careers and is a showcase for new work being produced at a regional, national and international level. Over the last 30 years aspex has shown the work of thousands of artists, many of whom have gone on to achieve international success and acclaim.
Further information and application form:
Images is now accepting Installation, live performance and new media/online project submissions for consideration for our 25th festival in April 2012.
Please read our FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) on our site and note that if you wish to transmit your preview materials to us electronically, we ask that you read the submission guidelines and have that file prepared before you complete the online submission form.
Form and guidelines: http://www.imagesfestival.com/submission_form_installation.php
Birthed in the creative center of Brooklyn, NY by artist and curator Angelina Dreem, The Science of Peace Project is a traveling art show poised to dissect our individual perceptions of what is peace. The concept is to involve artists and others in creating artistic and tangible representations of peace by curating an environment for sharing and experimenting with the ideal.
The Science of Peace Project aims to weave and international tapestry of our peaceful perceptions by exhibiting the many ways that peace may be presented, sharing practical application techniques, and facilitating a dialogue among the creative community.
The show is scheduled to open during the World Peace Festival, 20-27 August 2011, Berlin.The venue is still in negotiation but may include an open courtyard and gardenspace.
The call is for interactive work/pieces that integrate peace in some way as a reflection of what the individual artist believes it to be. The call is open to installation, sound experimentation, photography, spirituality, performance, video and more. There is no limit to the possibilities because the possibilities are shaped by your perception. What is your art and what is your peace?
Deadline for submission is August 1st, 2011. Proposals, questions and concept ideas may be sent to email@example.com
More info at http://www.thescienceofpeaceproject.com/
A well-established, independent, quarterly photography journal in its 25th year of publication, SHOTS Magazine reaches an international community of photographers, educators, galleries, museums, collectors and other fine art photography enthusiasts.
Autumn 2011 issue (no. 113). The theme for this issue is SELF PORTRAITS. Please visit the SHOTS website for further information and guidelines.
Submissions accepted online or by mail (CD or prints).
• offered program:
Our basic needs - they are real. We are exploring their existence, asking ourselves how contemporary art discusses and realizes the essential issues.
We are going to present answers to our question in this year's art project "Meet!2011", an international exhibition including several related events.
We are looking for interesting contributions from all forms and genres art may offer, including literature and music.
An art group from Hanover, Germany, has brought "Meet!" into being but other artists are invited to join the project and participate in the exhibition and accompanying events.
The Meet! hosts will view tendered art works and/or concepts and chose further contributions.
Further information and Entry Form:
Kulturetage im SofaLoft
Artists from all over the world are invited to hand in their concepts or works from any genre or form art may offer - including music and literature.
• Paid by artist:
The artists will cover the costs of – and take full responsibility for – the transport of his/her works. The artist will make sure that his/her work(s) arrive(s) in due time before the beginning of the exhibition and is picked up afterward (precise dates will be announced along with the confirmation of participation).
• Paid by host:
Meet!2011 takes the responsibility and covers the costs to print invitation cards and posters and promote the project.
Meet!2011assures that an insurance covers all participating works for the duration of the exhibition.
• Eligibility: (nationality / age ... of applicants) Berlin based artists
• Paid by host: Materials payed
• Further info: New gallery in Kreuzberg has already started with Mural art project and is looking for more mural artists. Please submit your proposal with the link to your website. Once the proposal is submitted we can send more detailed information about the project and arrange a meeting.
Fellini Gallery Berlin
Gallery Applications to Frieze New York are now open:
Frieze New York will take place on Randall's Island Park, Manhattan, 4–7 May 2012.
Frieze New York is an international contemporary art fair that will include approximately 170 of the world's leading galleries. A temporary bespoke structure, designed by New York-based SO-IL architects, will be constructed on Randall's Island Park, overlooking the East River.
Frieze New York will have three sections. The main section is open to galleries who show an international programme of artists and present a minimum of four exhibitions per year. Frame is a section of the fair dedicated to galleries under six-years old and will be selected on the basis of the proposed solo artist presentation. The third section Focus is for galleries that have opened in or after 2001, galleries applying to this section may propose a presentation of up to three gallery artists.
Applications to Frieze New York should be made via our online application process. Further information on how to apply and how to start your application can be found on http://applications.friezenewyork.com/images/FAFNY_FAQ.pdf
The deadline for applications is 2 August 2011.
The neighbourhood of Körnerkiez in Berlin-Neukölln is looking for art events conceived and realized by artists with foreign backgrounds. Ideas and concepts from artists particularly of Arabic and Turkish descent are currently being accepted by the Kunstfiliale Körnerkiez. In total three art events are planned for September and October 2011 that should best take place in an outdoor space and be geared towards residents of all generations and backgrounds. Events incorporating viewer participation are particularly being sought. With the development of these art actions we seek to advance dialogues between various heritages represented in the area as well as increasing tolerance and cooperation. We want to present the cultural riches of other backgrounds, beyond simple clichés, and to advance our collective urban culture. For this bridging we are searching for artists that themselves have a history of immigration and are interested in executing one of the three art events in Körnerkiez.
Artistic orientation, themes, approach, and medium are completely open. For project: up to 900 euro for material costs and artist commission.
Project concepts will be considered with the following documentation:
• A brief description of the project. (one page maximum)
• Artist Résumé (Curriculum Vitae, website, information from past projects)
• Graphic Materials (sketches, photographs of previous projects, etc.) Please limit all digital images to 250 kilobytes whenever possible (.jpg or .pdf).
• Financial Calculation (required material costs, personal contribution, funding from other sources)
Please send per electronic mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or deliver your application: WerkStadt Kulturverein, Emser Straße 124, 12051 Berlin.
The project is an interactive gathering to explore the relationship between audio stimulation and visual expression. The musicians will play their pieces at random and then the artists will begin to create spontaneously, using as much of the space and paper as possible, without restriction and with the aim of a stream of consciousness expression. They will just create! The length of the session will be restricted and when one group finishes, other viewers will be invited to join and new works will be created, back to back to back. At the end of the whole session, we will see all the works, the musicians as well as the participants, and we can observe the subconscious parallels, differences and the multiple translations from audio to visual. The activity is meant to be stimulating, expulsive and participatory. Furthermore it will be an act to get the visual artists, musicians and the inhabitants of the Istanbul in a room together.
PASAJist – Independent ART SPACE
İstiklal Cad. Halep Pasajı No:62 C blok 109
Das Praktikum umfasst unter anderem die Mitarbeit in folgenden Bereichen:
- Öffentlichkeitsarbeit und Katalogproduktion
- Ausstellungsplanung und Ausstellungsbetreuung
- Information und Koordination Bewerberinnen für 2012
- Betreuung der Ausstellungs-Rahmenveranstaltungen
- StudentIn oder AbsolventIn Kulturmanagement, Kultur- oder Kunstwissenschaft oder verwandter Studiengänge
- Gute Mac-Kenntnisse
- Interesse für aktuelle Kunst
- Gute KommunikatorIn
Bei Interesse senden Sie bitte kurzfristig Ihren Lebenslauf und ein kurzes Anschreiben zu Wünschen, Zielvorstellungen und Interessen an kruse[@]goldrausch-kuenstlerinnen.de. Ein Teilzeit-Praktikum ist möglich.
Das Goldrausch Künstlerinnenprojekt bietet vom 17.8. – 16.12.2011
ein Praktikum im Bereich Öffentlichkeitsarbeit, Professionalisierung und
Das Goldrausch Künstlerinnenprojekt ist ein profiliertes einjähriges postgraduales Programm zur Professionalisierung Bildender Künstlerinnen mit Sitz in Berlin. Jedes Jahr nehmen 15 Stipendiatinnen an dem Programm teil, das berufsrelevante Seminare mit einer Ausstellung und der Produktion von Einzelkatalogen und Websites verbindet. Zwischen August und Dezember wird eine große Ausstellung mit Katalog und umfangreichem Beiprogramm entwickelt und gezeigt. Hierbei gibt es viele Möglichkeiten, im Rahmen eines Praktikums eigeninitiativ mitzuarbeiten.
BELIEBTES KUNSTPROJEKT MIT REGELMÄßIGEM
AUSSTELLUNGSPROGRAMM SUCHT NEUE
RÄUMLICHKEITEN IN KREUZBERG AB SEPTEMBER 2011
IN DENEN JEDEN DONNERSTAG VON 18-22 UHR
UND FR/SA 16-18 UHR AUSGESTELLT WERDEN KANN.
GERNE AUCH TEILNUTZUNG.
As Manitoba’s second largest public art gallery, the Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba is committed to contemporary art programming as a vehicle for community transformation. In keeping with this commitment to contextualize regional art practice within the larger Canadian art discourse, we are seeking to fill the key position of Curator.
The Curator will possess significant knowledge of contemporary Canadian art, be committed to collaborative work methods, understand the value of regional art practice, and share in the Gallery’s vision to actively engage diverse communities and cultures with the visual arts.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Curator is responsible for developing and producing contemporary art exhibitions and related publications, and working collaboratively with other staff to provide innovative public programs and effective communications strategies.
Responsibilities also include actively engaging relevant community groups and members of the regional arts milieu.
Qualifications include an advanced degree in a relevant discipline and at least one year related experience, with a sound knowledge of contemporary art history. Comprehensive knowledge of funding requirements and relevant funding agencies is mandatory. Excellent interpersonal, administrative and organizational skills, demonstrable writing skills, and proven publishing ability are also required.
Salary commensurate with experience.
Further information:http://www.agsm.ca/pdf/CuratorAGSM2011.pdf and http://www.agsm.ca/
Werkleitz – Centre for Media Art
06114 Halle (Saale)
The Goethe-Institute Mexico offers in cooperation with Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes (FONCA), Mexico, Werkleitz Centre for Media Art, Halle (Saale) and Centro Multimedia of the Centro Nacional de las Artes, Mexico-City six to eight consecutive weeks residency in Mexico-City for Germany based media artists. Knowledge of Spanish or English is necessary!
The residency implies the travel costs from Germany to Mexico-City, free accomodation in the place asigned by FONCA, per diems of ca. 30,- Euros/day, access to a computer workstation at the Centro Multimedia and an optional final presentation/exhibition. Invited are media artists based in Germany working with digital media such as Internet, computer art, film/video or sound. The residency will take place in the first quarter of 2012.
> As an artist much of your time will be spent making proposals and writing grant applications. Because funding bodies don’t have the capacity to interview everyone seeking funding, they need to get a picture of who you are very quickly. The CV aims to do this and can be augmented by a concise artist’s statement and biography.
This workshop compares and contrasts examples of varied statements, biographies and cvs to give a better understanding of how to write a comprehensive, personal and creative portfolio that will make you stand out of the crowd for a variety of situations such as: proposals for funding, proposals to galleries and job applications. It discusses the basic requirements for each type of application and important details about the inclusion of images, video, website, business cards and any extra material to complete your application.
The workshop will include a number of useful resources for artists for professional development and opportunities.
flashlights is a production by arttransponder & berlinerpool
11th August 2011
Start: 6 pm > End: 9 pm
Preparing your Artist statement, Biography, and Cv for a variety of situations such as proposals, commissions, funding and Job applications.
> PEARL HENEGHAN
The workshop will be held in English language
Groupsize> 10 participants
Deadline for registration> 9th August
Material fee> 4 Euro
Please register before
9 th of August
using our online form >
location > Mica Moca Projekt | Lindower Str. 22 | 13347 Berlin | S-Bhf Wedding
amber Festival is running as an annual festival since 2007. It takes places in İstanbul, in the second week of November and is the only event of its kind in Turkey since it's inception. amber Festival mainly consist for four sections which are the exhibition of interactive installations, stage performances, workshops and artist presentations.
amber Conference started in 2009 in the frame of amber Festival. The aims and scope of the conference are to create a platform of discussion and dissemination for the various themes and topics in which Science, Art and Technology converge.
This year amber Festival is interested in interactive installations that explore the theme of “NEXT ECOLOGY” in today's world.
We see the theme as a tool to think and work with, and the festival as an opportunity to raise an artistic voice. You alone will define that voice.
The works selected among the applications to this international call, will be exhibited at amber'11 Art and Technology Festival.
We also encourage outdoor interactive installations.
To Apply and know more about the festival and conference:
Objectif Exhibitions is a non-profit space dedicated to contemporary visual art in Antwerp, Belgium, founded in 1999. The organization's public mandate is to offer a climate of support for the creation of and interaction with diverse artistic practices by producing new solo exhibitions of international and local artists. Alongside it core activity, Objectif Exhibitions hosts parallel events including lectures, performances, screenings and occasional residencies as well as producing occasional publications. Through its dynamic and varied program, Objectif aims to maintain a growing community of concerned and engaged audience committed to supporting the organization. The activities mainly take place within its white cube gallery space of approximately 160sqm in the center of the city.
The position of Artistic Director is concentrated in three main areas: artistic programming, administration and communication. The Artistic Director reports to the board.
Starting date February 1, 2012
Objectif Exhibitions is open to international applicants. Read the responsibilities and requirements for the position here: http://www.objectif-exhibitions.org/poptext.html?id=74
TO APPLY, PLEASE SEND AN UPDATED CURRICULUM VITAE AND LETTER DESCRIBING YOUR INTEREST IN THE POSITION TO email@example.com BY AUGUST 10, 2011.
Procedure: After the first deadline, short-listed candidates (ONLY) will be invited to submit a brief program proposal to be assessed by a committee consisting of members of the board and several external advisors, followed by interviews of pre-selected candidates in mid-September. The new Artistic Director will be announced by October 1, 2011.
Objectif Exhibitions - http://www.objectif-exhibitions.org/
The New York Art Residency & Studios Foundation is a not-for-profit arts organization founded in 2006 and based in Brooklyn. We seek applications from both emerging and established artists for whom appointments as resident artists might either make a significant impact on their careers or for whom a change of environment may offer refreshment and inspiration.
For 2012 Season I (January - June), the NARS Foundation International Artist Residency Program is open to both U.S.-based and International applicants. Currently, six-month residencies are being offered to U.S.-based applicants. U.S.-based applicants will be offered Full or Partial awards to cover the cost of the Program Fees for the residency. International applicants have the option to choose from three-month or six-month residencies. International applicants are not eligible for the financial award and therefore responsible for all of the Program Fees. Applicants are welcome to seek outside funding if necessary.
Application Deadline: August 12, 2011 (Applications must be delivered to the office by 5PM)
Please visit our website, http://narsfoundation.org/application.php, for more information on the International Artist Residency Program and the Juried Solo Exhibition.
‘A heap of broken images, where the sun beats’ TS Eliot - The Wasteland
The 6th Terrace Annual 2011,
The Garden, 4-17 Frederick Terrace, London E8 4EW
Saturday 27th of August 3-7pm 2011
Last year’s 5th annual show at Terrace attracted over 200 entries and finally brought together a group of over 40 artists whose work was installed alongside the previous years 70 entries and shown outdoors in a walled 2000 sq/ft former piece of wasteland.
The exhibition has remained in the space, exposed to the elements and has shifted, faded, broken, rotted, remained and, in some cases, disappeared over the past 3 years.
This year there is a call for entries that will add to this exhibition and again be left in this unique outdoor gallery.
Deadline for Entries: Noon Friday the 12th of August 2011
Decision: You will be informed by Saturday the 13th of August
Fee: Entry is FREE, a £10 administration fee applicable only if work is accepted.
Delivery of work: Between 12-1pm on Saturday the 20th of August 2011.
E Mail all entries to firstname.lastname@example.org must include:
1. A maximum of 100 words on the work you want to enter, including title, dimensions, medium, date, name, contact number and email.
2. A maximum 1MB jpeg of work/similar work/installation etc. to support your proposal. Images over 1MB will not be accepted.
IF ACCEPTED YOU MUST deliver the work to Terrace on Saturday August the 20th between 12–1pm. Overseas entries can mail accepted work in any time before the above date. Include fittings to install the work, i.e. mirror plates, nails etc and Install work if not straight forward.Pay the £10 cash entry/administration fee on delivery of artwork. Accept that after the private view the work will not be for sale, must remain in the space and is not insured. Attend the Private View on Saturday the 27th of August 2011 3–7pm
Matt Roberts Arts is currently seeking applications for the fifth annual salon art prize exhibition which will take place from 6th - 30th October, 2011.
The salon art prize welcomes applications from practitioners working with painting, sculpture and installation, and 2-D practices (collage, drawing, printmaking etc.). We expect to exhibit up to 100 artists within our 1000sq ft gallery on Vyner Street, in East London. To mark the fifth anniversary of the prize we will be offering three separate prizes of £1000 (one for each category), supported by John Jones.
The competition is open to university graduates, current students, and untrained professionals. International applications are welcomed and there is no limit on the age of work submitted.
For full application procedures please visit http://www.salonartprize.com/
or email email@example.com
All Salon Art Prize applicants must be registered as an Associate Members of Matt Roberts Arts. Annual membership £10 (GBP), as we are not-for-profit all membership contributions support our ongoing professional development services.
You can pay using Paypal by making a payment to firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for applications and associate membership payments is
17.00 (GMT), Saturday 13th August, 2011.
Matt Roberts Arts
For our next intervention in Berlin´s Ring Bahn we are looking for at least
30 dancers, performers, actors, or extrovert people that do not mind to
interact in the public space.
To participate, you have to be available on Saturday, 13th August between 10.30 - 14.30 AND on Tuesday, 16th August between 10.30 - 14.30.
We really wish to have the most diverse profiles, so please if you are
interested, do not hesitate in contacting us.
Looking forward to hear from you,
i Ring project
Application period: July 1st - August 14th 2011
The Cool Silicon Art Award is asking for artistic future-bound answers for this global and social relevant topic and is endowed with €10,000.
The very first Cool Silicon Art Award 2011 wants to encourage the intensive dialog between the fields of Art and Technology.
National and international artists of all media are called to deal with the topics and the vision of the Leading-Edge Cluster “Cool Silicon” in an artistic way.
Leading-Edge Cluster “Cool Silicon”
In the Leading-Edge Cluster “Cool Silicon”, more than 100 companies, universities, and research institutions focused on research, development and production within the micro- and nanotechnology industry in the high-tech region Silicon Saxony in Saxony, Germany, are working together to limit the worldwide energy consumption by increasing the energy efficiency within the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector, thus enabling further technological and social progress.
The focus is set on the conflict between the worldwide rapidly increasing energy consumption of the ICT sector and the associated global climatic consequences for a steadily growing world population.
enter application procedure and online-form: http://www.coolsilicon-art.com/de/index.html
Ausstellungsvorhaben zeitgenössischer in Deutschland lebender Künstlerinnen und Künstler im Ausland oder ihre Beteiligung an internationalen Biennalen können unter bestimmten Voraussetzungen durch das Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen gefördert werden. Bei der Planung dieser Vorhaben kann das Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen keine Vermittlungsrolle übernehmen.
Anträge auf finanzielle Unterstützung in den Bereichen Transportkosten, Reisekosten und Mietkosten für technisches Equipment müssen mit Finanzierungsplan, Kostenvoranschlägen, Einladung der ausstellenden Institution sowie Biographie und Abbildungsmaterial fristgemäß beim Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen eingehen.
Mehr Info unter:
Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen
Frau Ingrid Klenner
Tel. +49 / (0)711 / 2225-171
Fax +49 / (0)711 / 2225-194
klenner( at )ifa.de
Telefonische Sprechzeiten für Beratungs- und Informationsgespräche zur Ausstellungsförderung: Mo-Fr 10-12 Uhr (Ausnahmen nach Vereinbarung)
Bis zum 15. August 2011 können sich Kulturanbieter, Marketing-Beauftragte aus Wirtschaft und Kultur, Fördervereine und Freundeskreise von Museen, Theatern, Opernhäusern, Orchestern, Ensembles sowie Festivals aus den Bereichen Musik, Tanz und Literatur sowie Städte und Gemeinden aus dem gesamten deutschsprachigen Raum bewerben. Eine 18-köpfige unabhängige Jury mit renommierten Experten aus Wirtschaft, Wissenschaft, Medien und Kultur, darunter Prof. Dr. Oliver Scheytt (Präsident der Kulturpolitischen Gesellschaft e.V.), Dorothee von Posadowsky (E.ON) und Dr. Gabriele Landwehr (Goethe-Institut e.V.), ermittelt drei Nominierte pro Kategorie.
Die Preisträger werden auf der fünften Kulturmarken-Gala am 27. Oktober 2011 in Berlin vor 500 Top-Entscheidern aus Kultur, Wirtschaft, Medien und Politik im zauberhaften TIPI am Kanzleramt geehrt.
Bewerben Sie sich jetzt! Neben der medienwirksamen Auszeichnung auf der Kulturmarken-Gala, werden die Preisträger in einer Anzeigensonderveröffentlichung der ZEIT und im Jahrbuch Kulturmarken 2013 vorgestellt. Darüber hinaus vergeben die jeweiligen Kategorie-Partner Sonderpreise.
TERMS OF ENTRY
Those interested may apply with a maximum number of 2 works; each of them
not exceed 10 minutes in length,
in the following categories:
- video art, experimental video
- motion graphics and experimental animation
- generative video based on sound and image manipulation - programmed data
Works must be sent in avi or quicktime format, with dv-pal compression
16:9) and 48kh sound, on data DVD.
The deadline for submission is: 15 August 2011 (postmark)
MORE INFO AND APPLICATION FORM:
The Simultan Festival is an annual festival for video, media art,
experimental music and a/v projects.
The festival wishes to sustain and to stimulate the creative ways of the most
modern visions of perceiving and recording the cultural realities in
contemporary art. It presents the current processes and the way in which
technology and society give rise to new forms of artistic expression by using
the new media.
Based on a different theme every year, the festival presents video art
projections, live performances, interdisciplinary works, installations,
This year s edition runs under the theme "imaginary" and will take place
between 6-8 OCT.. 2011, in Timisoara, Romania.
Sideways is a translocal, experimental festival for contemporary art and cultural research, exploring different 'pathscapes' in the northern region of Belgium. This first-time event will unfold on the go across a four week period in the summer of 2012. It foresees a broad program of visual art, walks, live art and site-specific interventions. The project is a joint initiative of an environmental NGO (Trage Wegen), a visual arts' centre (Verbeke Foundation) and an artist collective (Glasbak).
The festival invites artists and audiences to explore the many non-motorized paths and trails folded into the spaces of our everyday life. The event itself moves beyond the conventional spaces of art display and reception. The Sideways programme stages diverse actions and situations on the open-air sites of paths and trails, both rural and urban. The programming blends arts-based and artistic practices with more vernacular forms of creativity and poetic practice that emerge along pathways.
General considerations and requirements (extract)
- All projects must engage with the main thematic thread of Sideways (pathscapes) or address related questions (see also project background following the link).
- Proposals may concern the journey component of the festival (or a phase thereof), as well as an intervention at one of the festival nodes (or a combination of both).
- Applications must be written in English, French or Dutch. The complete application (paper or digital form) should be sent to the following address before August 15th 2011:
Trage Wegen vzw
9000 Gent (Belgium)
Full Requirements and details:
The Red de Residencias Artísticas LOCAL program seeks to strengthen links between artists interacting with foreign artist residence programs as well as with international cultural management institutions.
The international mode offers accommodation and studio for one month to foreign artists interested in an art residence in the University. In this period, the artist is expected to develop an own work related process. For this reason personal interaction with the related program postgraduate students and teachers is available. The Universidad Nacional de Colombia , represented in each of its eight headquarters around the country is offering its own academic and physical spaces for the incoming artist to develop a residence in the desired university headquarter. hey support the artist's project disclosure in the university campus according to each university headquarter inner budget.
The residence program also provides certain amount of money for the artistic project depending on the artist's proposal requirements.
a. Being an artist living abroad with proven artist track record.
b. The residence duration is a maximum of 30 days.
c. Prove artist track record in the related work area (works, past or current art projects).
d. Comprehensive disclosure plan that must include the description of the work done in the selected University headquarter.
e. The resident upon his arrival into the country must make a public presentation conference or exhibiting his work, in the same way will be a conference, exhibition, concert, etc. making public the results of his creative process during his stay.
f. Project budget: Please specify if receiving support from other institutions, if so, own budget.
For detailed information on terms, conditions and online application, please visit: http://www.local.unal.edu.co/en/open_call.html
Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Applications for the 2011 William H. Johnson Prize are now available online at http://www.whjohnsongrant.org with an August 15, 2011 due date for all applications. The 2011 William H. Johnson Prize is 25,000 USD and the winner will be announced later in the year.
The William H. Johnson Prize is awarded annually to an early career African American artist. For our purposes, "early career" is a flexible term that should be interpreted liberally to include artists who have finished their academic work within twelve years from the year that the prize is awarded. For example, a person who finished their studies in 1999 is eligible to apply in 2011, but not in 2012. Age is not determinative, and artists who have not earned BFAs or MFAs are still eligible so long as they have not been working as an artist for more than twelve years.
The William H. Johnson Foundation for the Arts is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization that seeks to encourage African American artists early in their careers by offering financial grants. The William H. Johnson Foundation awards grants to individuals who work in the following media: painting, photography, sculpture, printmaking, installation and/or new genre.
As film and media festivals of all stripe proliferate around
the world, a variety of stakeholders jockey for position and advantage
in the geographical and cultural contexts chosen to host them. Many of
these events are well-established and have assumed a defensive position
aimed at maintaining brand identity and prestige. Others are ascendant,
still others nascent at best. Each of these communities, however, have a
unique relationship to their event(s), and each of these relationships
provides fertile ground for investigating the role of media festivals in
promoting discourses of community identity, establishing infrastructural
networks, reifying the importance of being mediated, utilizing the
"local" to speak "globally", and a variety of other processes. Case
studies on particular events/locations, comparative analyses, and
attempts to theorize the event-location relationship are welcome, among
Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Boston, MA, March 21-25, 2012
Panel proposal: The "Host City": Media Festivals and Urban Spaces
This panel invites papers on relationships between film and media
industry festivals and the urban, sub-urban or rural communities that
Robert Moses Peaslee, Ph.D.
Department of Electronic Media & Communication
Texas Tech University
Interested artists can tender films or videos from the realm of visual arts and new media until August 15th 2011.
Requested are current tenders (not older than 2009) which gain quality by being presented 525m² screen at the Drive-in theater Groß Enzersdorf, coming from the genre of experimental and avantguard filmart.
Within this area we are aiming for a wide range concerning the application with the medium ‘film&video’.
We have a special interest in artistic solutions, which are technically experimental or in some way ground-breaking and in context with the Drive-in Theater. 35mm and video-projections will be shown. The program consists of films and videos, which are of museum quality or are customarily displayed in galleries.
Experimental– und Avantguardfilmscreening
21th September 2011, Drive-in theater Groß Enzersdorf near Vienna
open CALL for PROJECTS
For the exhibition and other parts of the programme we currently seek
projects in the following categories:
Projects to be included in the exhibitions.
The works must be realised by the use of free and open source technologies.
2. Audiovisual performance
Live art realised by the use of free software and/or open/DIY hardware.
Innovative DIY/open hardware and audiovisual software tools or software art
released under a free/open licence. (Also includes presentations of artistic
projects realised using free/open technologies.)
Hands on workshops utilising free software and/or open/DIY hardware for
5. Urban Interventions
Pikselert NovemberNatt is a specially curated project involving visual
interventions in selected parts of the Bergen urban environment.
We look for surface projections or media facade projects using video mapping
or similar techniques to recontextualize the urban landscape.
Piksel is an international event for artists and developers working with
Free/Libre and Open Source technologies in artistic practice. Part workshop, part festival, it is organized in Bergen, Norway,and involves participants from more than a dozen countries exchanging ideas, coding, presenting art and software projects, doing workshops, performances and discussions on the aesthetics and politics of free technologies & art.
The 9th edition of the Piksel Festival takes place on November 17th-20th 2011.
Open call full description:
VIDEOTATIONAL I is the first in a series of one-night-only screening events and will take place at MINKEN & PALME in Berlin-Kreuzberg on the 25th of August 2011. VIDEOTATIONAL I has no thematic limitations and there is no submission fee.This open call will run until August 15 and all applications are very welcome.
The decisions about the selected works for screening are strictly unobjective and based on the personal taste of a 3-member jury of curators. The jury will make a selection of video works, which will be presented on the 25th of August in a one-night-only screening event.
The final results will be announced by e-mail by August 18th.
Please send your videos as (dropbox) links, downloadable files or via regular mail titled with "submission VIDEOTATIONAL I" to either email@example.com or our address.
Please add the following information to your submission:
- Your Name, E-Mail and Website
- Title of the submitted work
- Running time and aspect ratio
MINKEN & PALME is a curational project and exhibition space created by Berlin-based artists Nicolas Wollnik and Georg Parthen. In 6 year-round group- and solo-exhibitions MINKEN & PALME is eager to facilitate experimental and innovative work. We encourage artists to explore new avenues in their practice and to create site-specific installations as an extension of their representative work.
MINKEN & PALME curates and produces exhibitions in cooperation with artists, curators and institution in its space on Kopenicker Straße in Berlin and other locations. A catalyst for new approaches in contextualizing contemporary art, MINKEN & PALME is committed to staging original, conceptually driven shows of emerging as well as established artists.
MINKEN & PALME
Köpenicker Str 159
14 – 18 Uhr
Im Rahmen der Ausstellung Nomadic Settlers – Settled Nomads wird am 17. 08. 2011 im Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien ein Workshop angeboten. Der Workshop richtet sich an Kinder im Alter von 6 – 12 Jahren. Geleitet wird er von der Performance Künstlerin Duan Yingmei, welche sich in dieser Ausstellung mit Märchen aus verschiedenen Kulturen auseinander gesetzt hat. Im Rahmen des Workshops bietet sie eine Führung durch die Ausstellung an.
Wir würden uns sehr freuen, wenn sie das Angebot an Ihre Kinder, Schüler und Schülerinen, deren Eltern oder Verwandten weiterleiten. Eine Anmeldung für den Workshop ist telefonisch unter der Nummer: 030-90298-1460 möglich oder per Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Der Workshop ist kostenlos.
D 10997 Berlin
Eligibility: ABSTRKT is open to everyone. Professionals as well as students are encouraged to enter. The only limitation is that entries must represent original works of art that are a sincere representation of abstraction.
Media: Open to any and all traditional and non-traditional visual arts genre and media, (including video, photography, etc.)
A full-color catalog will be produced. Each exhibitor will receive one free copy.
There are at least three components to a work of art. Often one of them, Subject, supersedes the others, bordering on distraction and flirtation with nostalgia. Abstraction diminishes or sublimates the role of Subject in such a way as to allow Form a chance to take center stage. In essence, Form becomes the Subject. Ironically, this rebalancing gives way to a clearer, and perhaps more truthful, experience of a work of art as a real thing - something that is itself rather than a reference to some external 'other.'
Manifest launches its exciting eighth season with a project intended to feature and explore contemporary abstraction. From non-objective, geometric, expressive... to figurative abstraction (works in which there is a recognizable subject that is distorted, is in some way not 'realistic', or is clearly secondary to the overall formal nature of the work).
extended deadline: august 19th
You're invited to participate in the annual One Life Photography Competition. This worldwide search for photography seeks to illuminate your perspective: what you love, your travels, or anything that reflects your world and experience.
One Life is an international photography competition open to all backgrounds, styles and perspectives. With over $50,000 in prizes and awards, The One Life Photography Competition is your opportunity to share your vision for a chance to earn international exposure and life-changing reward.
One Life is open to photographers 18 and older from anywhere in the world! We are looking for all types of digital and film photography, including (and definitely not limited to): Fashion, Landscape, Travel, Candid, Digitally Manipulated, Artistic / Conceptual, Self-Portrait, Wedding and more! We are looking for compelling images that tell stories as you envision them.
One Life only accepts submissions through our quick and easy online form. All applicants will receive an online portfolio and will be eligible for the People’s Choice Award (does not affect the selection of the Grand Prize winner). Portfolios are fully editable (you can change/add images and modify your bio) until the deadline.
You may submit up to 9 images for $10 per image. For 10 or more images, we offer a flat discounted rate of $95. You can upload up to 20 images for the discounted rate.
Online Application Form and Further Information: http://www.onelifephotos.com/howitworks.php
Saturday 1 October, 2011 - noon til 10pm
BLANKSPACE & International Anthony Burgess Foundation (IABF), Manchester.
In the wake of the closure of greenroom, our long running emergency platform has fled the safe confines of its black-box home and is taking shelter in the arms of BLANKSPACE and IABF.
This will be an emergency like you've never seen it before!
We DON'T have a fully fledged theatre or lots of equipment or money...
We DO have some really interesting spaces and a lot of energy to make something exciting happen!
CALLING ALL ARTISTS!
If you would like to join us in creating this unique emergency event, then send us a proposal for low-tech short performative works, durationals, one-to-ones, performance installations or interventions to happen in these two spaces, and even on the journey in between.
Deadline 5pm 19 August 2011.
Full details of how to apply and of the spaces available:
'Our era prefers the image to the thing, the copy to the original, the representation to the reality, appearance to being.’ Ludwig Feuerbach
Over the past hundred years our internal memories have been replaced with external aids such as the photograph. These technological crutches are there so we no longer need to store information in our brains.
The implications of replacing our interior memory with an external source means that something will be lost in this process. What is at stake here is every part of our relationship with the world and the people in it. Photography’s sheer ability to be everywhere has affected the collective memory of social and cultural experiences to the extent that photographs can often appear to function as a substitute for the experience themselves.
elysium gallery is looking for work that addresses the notion of photographic representation and the impact this has on the way we see and interact with the world.
A selection of up to 8 images can be submitted. Work must be wall mountable with each image no larger than 20x24 inches.
Entry fee is £10 or £8 for students.
The show will be a selection of the best pieces of work with one overall winner claiming the prize of £200. All successful entrants will also receive a profile page on the elysium gallery web site and an annual subscription to our membership programme free of charge.
This year’s festival theme under the title “Reality Check” brings together a wide range of artistic approaches, moving between differing levels of truth and imagination in contemporary photography. Each proposal should contain 10 - 20 images from one developed body of work. These works can be about “Reality Check” or work unrelated to this year’s festival theme.
All artists interested to submit their work for the Athens Photo Festival 2011, must fill out the application form and send it, along with their images and/or videos.
The Hellenic Centre for Photography
The Hellenic Centre for Photography invites submissions for Athens Photo Festival 2011 exhibition program. We accept proposals from established or emerging artists, galleries, curators and organisations world-wide. in all areas of contemporary photography practice and forms, ranging from art and documentary photography to photographic installations, film and video.
The selected artists will be exhibited in upcoming Αthens Photo Festival, which takes place in Athens during the months of October and November.
Piemonte Share is announcing a new edition of the Share Prize, the international competition designed to discover, promote and support art in the digital age.
Entries for the Share Prize can be submitted from 25th June to 20th August 2011, by completing the entry form on the website http://www.toshare.it.
The competition is open to both Italian and foreign artists.
The Share Prize this year will focus on the theme for the 7th Share Festival, entitled Cops & Robbers.The theme takes its inspiration from the use of appropriationism, activism and plagiarism in art, which today has turned fakes, mash ups and remixes into an avant-garde artistic stance that flirts with what customarily is the wrong side of the law.
An international jury will short-list six finalists for the prize, who will be invited to take part in the 7th Share Festival, to be held in Torino from 2nd to 6th November 2011, at the Regional Museum of Natural Science. The winner will receive a cash prize of EUR 2,500.00.
The names of the short-listed finalists (maximum six nominees) will be announced by the end of August 2011.
The entrants short-listed for the prize will be invited to take part in the 7th Share Festival, to be held in Torino from 2nd to 6th November 2011, at the Regional Museum of Natural Science.
eingeladen von Valeria Schwarz und Peer Golo Willi
Nach der Ausstellung Offensichtlich Öffentlich im April 2010 beabsichtigen die Initiatoren nunmehr, die Besetzung des öffentlichen Raumes durch Kunstwerke und -projekte auf den Bereich des Stadtparks zu konzentrieren.
Öffentlicher Parks erscheinenbis heute als ästhetisierte, domestizierte Natur im urbanen Raum. Sie sollen Stadtbewohnern als Ort der Erholung dienen, um nicht nur durch die gute Luft sondern auch durch die “ortsfremden” Sinnesreizungen einen Kontrast zum Alltag zu bilden.
Es werden Künstlerinnen und Künstler eingeladen, sich mit dem tradierten Konzept des Volksparks als öffentlichen Raum auseinanderzusetzen. Es sollen hierfür Vorschläge für ephemere Werke eingereicht werden, die während eines Sonntages und innerhalb eines begrenzten Areals im Volkspark Hasenheide in Berlin-Kreuzberg ausgeführt können.
Wir wollen diesen Sonntag auch als Gelegenheit für ein gemeinsames Picknick aller Teilnehmer und deren Freunde nutzen, um dem Konzept des Volksparks wie auch unserer Freude genüge zu tun.
1)Interessierte Künstlerinnen und Künstler sollten einen Vorschlag mit Kurzbeschreibung des Werkes einreichen.
Hiezu ist ein Lageplan des Ausstellungsareals per E-Mail anzufordern (Adressen s.u.), damit eine Platzierung des Werkes innerhalb des Areals gewünscht werden kann. Anschließend können mit den Initiatoren Termine zur genauen Standortfestlegung vereinbart werden.
2)Die Ausstellung findet am 28. August 2011, ab 11 Uhr statt. Sollte der Wetterbericht für diesen Tag Regen vorhersagen, verschiebt sich die Ausstellung auf Sonntag, den 4. September 2011.
3)Die Werke werden unmittelbar vor der Ausstellung installiert und verbleiben dort für diesen Tag. Die Künstler sind für die Installation und den Abbau der Werke selbst verantwortlich.
Selbstmarketing-Workshop (nicht nur) für Darstellende Künstler/innen
Mo. 22.08.2011 - Do. 25.08.2011
09.00 - 16.00 Uhr
Der Workshop bietet die Möglichkeit, in einem individuellen Prozess die eigenen künstlerischen Ziele klar zu benennen. Dies geschieht unter Einbeziehung der persönlichen Grundmotivationen und Werte. Der Workshop befähigt die Teilnehmenden, sich ihrer persönlichen Wirkung bewusst zu werden, diese in Worte zu fassen, und gibt ihnen ein Rüstzeug mit auf den Weg, diese zielführend einzusetzen.
Tanja Ries ist seit über 15 Jahren als Moderatorin und Sängerin auf der Bühne zuhause und somit in ständiger Auseinandersetzung mit den Themen Kernwirkung, Authentizität und Präsentation. 10 Jahre praktische Arbeit in der kulturellen Bildung haben ihr Spektrum um die Bereiche Teamführung und Persönlichkeitsentwicklung hin zur Zielfindung und Berufsorientierung erweitert. Tanja Ries ist darüber hinaus lizensierte egometric-Trainerin
mehr info und Anmeldung:
The ideal candidate will master the language and will have strong and confident predispositions towards editing and proofreading. The Milan based role involves excellent organizational skills and attitude towards multitasking. A good team player, the successful candidate will have an engaging personality, strong communication skills and a good understanding and knowledge of the contemporary art world.
The succesfull candidate will ideally start in September; he/she will be offered a 2 year contract and accommodation near the offices.
Please send your CV to:
Read more: http://www.transmediale.de/content/incompatibleresearch-call-participation
We are looking for proposals from PhD researchers to take part in this
international workshop and conference to explore the forthcoming theme
of transmediale: in/compatible.
A total of 15 PhD international researchers will be selected and asked
to participate: firstly initiating a discussion process in a blog, and
then in the PhD workshop held at the Universität der Künste, Vilém
Flusser Archive in Berlin, Nov. 16-18. The outcome of the process will
be published in a transmediale thematic publication and presented as
part of the programme of the festival in 2012. In the selection of
participants, we are looking to address the theme of in/compatibility in
terms of the diversity of research traditions and disciplines
represented, including practice-based research.
Call for participation: in/compatible.research
International PhD workshop and conference, organised by Digital
Aesthetics Research Centre/Centre for Digital Urban Living, Aarhus
University, in partnership with the transmediale festival for art and
digital culture, and Universität der Künste, Berlin.
November 16-18, 2011
Vilém Flusser Archive, Universität der Künste, Berlin.
August 25 - 29, 2011
Leitring bei Leibnitz, Austria
"Performing Arts Between Tradition & Contemporaneity" is the professional conference researching the Bridge between Tradition and Contemporaneity in performing arts.
The meeting is open to performers, performing arts educators, teachers, artists, playwrights, theatre critics, journalists, theatre researchers and arts managers from all over the world interested in the research of traditional methods as applied to contemporary performing arts work.
The conference is open to different art genres, techniques and forms - theatre, dance, music, circus, visual and multimedia art. This meeting is an opportunity to meet potential collaborators from different countries!
The working language is English.
The main tasks of the conference are to demonstrate various methods and techniques in contemporary performing arts inspired and formed in the connection with the world traditional heritage; to exchange experience and ideas in performing arts education and training, rehearsal process, performance making and production, to establish new contacts and to lay the foundation for future networking and collaboration with colleagues from different countries, to promote creative collaboration in multicultural and multilingual artistic environment.
You are welcome to take part in the conference as a Speaker, Presenter, Participant, Observer!
(exclusively for artists from the Czech Republic, the Republic of Hungary, and the Slovak Republic)
• Discipline: any art discipline or media
• Frequency: 1 monthly residence in December 2011 and, from January
2012, 3 month long residencies beginning in January, April, July, October
• Eligibility: early o mid-career artists from the Czech Republic, the
Republic of Hungary, and the Slovak Republic
• Highlights of the programme:
1. Welcome Party
2. Getting to know Poznań (incl. visits to galleries, museums, meetings with students, artists, curators and other members of the Poznan world of art) organized by MPRA staff and volunteers
3. Lecture, presentation or See & Talk session, during which residents present on their previous works/ professional activities. It is followed by Q&A session. Subsequently a stage is taken over one by one by relevant professionals from Poznan. This exchange of experience is followed by public discussion.
4. 'Open Studio' event / 'In Conversation with ...' - on a residency project
5. Workshop conducted by a resident (subject, material, age group and
form to be agreed)
6. Final event - Exhibition / Performance / Other
7. Publication of the annual residency catalogue
• Paid by artist: subsistance, travel, visa, insurance and materials needed for work and for final exhibition, residency fee (will be waived subject to successful application for funding).
• Paid by host: care of the local coordinator, access to a studio, accommodation, half -board, a profile on MPRA website, promotion in the media, exhibition space for events and the final event/exhibition, publication – chapter in an annual residency catalogue (a resident is responsible to provide MPRA staff with a text and photographs )
Visit http://www.m-pra.org for further details
new deadline: august 22nd
Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw, Art and the Present Foundation, Performance Art Foundation and Labirynt Gallery in Lublin invites young emerging performance artists (born after 1st January 1976) to submit proposals of performance art works for the openEPAF 2011 - open programme of the European Performance Art Festival EPAF 2011. The festival will take place 24-27.11.2011 at the Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle and from 30.11-2.12.2011 Labirynt Gallery in Lublin.
EPAF is interested in programming experimental practices that may be described as: Performance Art, Live Art, Time-based art. Note: we are not interested in programming conventional theatre, dance, ballet, music. Applications will be accepted from artists from all areas of the world.
How to apply:
In order to participate in openEPAF 2011, please send us application and documentation of recent performances
The application must be submitted by August 22,2011,4:00 pm to be considered
Succesful applicants will receive:
- board and lodging
- artists fee of 800 PLN
- financial assistance towards international travel costs
- copy of photographic and video documentation of performances presented during festival
for more information please visit:
ul. Grodzka 5a
TERMS OF ENTRY
Those interested may apply with a maximum number of 2 works; each of them must not exceed 10 minutes in length, in the following categories:
- video art, experimental video
- motion graphics and experimental animation
- generative video based on sound and image manipulation
- programmed data visualization
Works must be sent in avi or quicktime format, with dv-pal compression (4:3 or 16:9) and 48kh sound, on data DVD.
The deadline for submission is: 15 August 2011 (postmark)
MORE INFO AND APPLICATION FORM:
The Simultan Festival is an annual festival for video, media art, experimental music and a/v projects. The festival wishes to sustain and to stimulate the creative ways of the most modern visions of perceiving and recording the cultural realities in contemporary art. It presents the current processes and the way in which technology and society give rise to new forms of artistic expression by using the new media. Based on a different theme every year, the festival presents video art projections, live performances, interdisciplinary works, installations, lectures.This year's edition runs under the theme "imaginary" and will take place between 6-8 OCT.. 2011, in Timisoara, Romania.
Part-time, 1-2 days per week on a regular basis for up to six months
Unpaid, local travel expenses and (if working a full day) reasonable lunch expenses will be covered.
Artes Mundi is looking for someone who intends to make a career in the visual arts to work as an intern alongside the Artes Mundi team. A busy programme of activity will provide experience of the sector and opportunities to acquire practical skills that will improve your chances of finding future employment. The intern will assist the Artistic Director, contributing to the curatorial and administrative aspects of the organisation. You will be passionate about contemporary visual art, enthusiastic about helping to engage the public through the Artes Mundi programme and up for a challenge!
This position would benefit someone who has recently graduated or is currently undertaking their undergraduate studies in the creative arts/industries. It would be particularly beneficial to an individual with an interest in curating contemporary visual art.
Deadline for applications: Tuesday 23 August 2011
Please download a full role description here: http://www.artesmundi.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Curatorial-Intern-Job-description.pdf
For more information visit our website: http://www.artesmundi.org
> As the number of regular paid and long term jobs is constantly declining, "projects" with a temporary character and often precarious conditions take their place. Especially in the context of non-for-profit organizations and small budgets, professional management is crucial to survive.
> DOROTHEA CARL is a Berlin based political scientist and cultural manager. For the last ten years she has been working on the fields of cultural management, developing and realizing a variety of projects. Actually she's a member of arttransponders' staff.
workshop language > German
material fee > 4 euro
time > 6pm - 9 pm
date > 25.08.2011
groupsize > 10 participants
Please register before
23rd of August
using our online form >
location > Mica Moca Projekt | Lindower Str. 22 | 13347 Berlin | S-Bhf Wedding
flashlights is a series of mini-workshops where artists, curators, cultural workers, theoreticians, scientist... will give an insight into their work field. The workshops are based on personal experience and individual concerns, mirroring current art practice, introduce into the matter, raise and answer questions, start discussions and give hand on examples. flashlights share knowledge, abilities and information within a small group of participants and leave space for practical examples and one to one exchange.
flashlights is a production by arttransponder & berlinerpool http://www.arttransponder.net/index.php?id=409&L=1 http://www.berlinerpool.de/?menu=35&id=116 i
n co-operation with Mica Moca Project berlin
Make films in 3x3 days and present them in the cinema!
The KinoKabaret is open to participants 18 years of age and over, of all backgrounds, abilities, skills and experience. Participants will not be selected based on skills or previous experience, but on the basis of realistic integration within the filmmaking teams as determined by available resources. The participation fee is 10 EURO for the first and 15 EURO for the second and third rounds each. All applications must be received by 24 August 2011.
Kino encourages participants to learn about the craft of filmmaking by making films, unshackled by the burden of resources, time and money. Kino provides filmmakers of all skillset, background, ability and experience with a sup-port network to write, shoot and edit their projects as well as an opportunity to show the work to a large audience. Founded in Montreal ten years ago, the movement has spawned cells in cities around the globe.
The week-long filmmaking experiment will pair veterans with newbie filmmakers, actors and crew members (absolute beginners or industry professionals). More experienced kinoïtes will mentor teams and infuse the workshop with their own unique perspectives, skills and culture. Participants will team up to write, shoot and edit short films during the 2 or 3 days of each round, at the end of which the resulting work will be screened to a cinema audience. The last screening will be followed by a party in honor of the participants and organizers. The films are broadcast & maybe uploaded.
Event dates: September 2 - 11
A symposium on EEG (and biofeedback) for the Arts
16 - 18 September 2011, Brussels
With the emergence of affordable EEG devices and other biofeedback sensors for the health and game industry, we see more and more artists inspired by these promising technologies in which they imagine the possibility of measuring one's emotions.
From the very early experiment of Alvin Lucier and David Rosenboom to the latest art projects using fashionable EEG headsets, the question remains open: what do our brainwaves tell us? And furthermore, how can they be used by artists, at present and in the future?
During this 3 days symposium+showcase, we will attempt to explore the potential of EEG and biofeedback for artistic purpose by comparing and discussing various technologies and projects at the cross-road of Art and Science.
With: Peter Beyls, Christophe De Boeck (Staalhemel), Thierry Castermans (Numediart), Mattia Casalegno & Enzo Varriale (Unstable Empathy), Alexis Chazard (Post traumatic voyager), Kiel Long (The static organ), Luciana Haill (IBVA), Valery Vermeulen (EMO-Synth),...
Friday 15 September
10:00-18:00 | Symposium EEG (and Biofeedback) for the Arts
Saturday 17 + Sunday 18 September
12:00-18:00 | Workshop EEG (and Biofeedback) for the Arts
Deadline: September 11th!
More info & registration:
iMAL, Center for Digital Cultures and Technology
Dear friends of the moving summer image
Soon the big filmmaking frenzy will infect Berlin!
On Thursday, August 25, Berlin's avantgarde of short film makers gathers at Kino Moviemento again. Kottbusser Damm 22. Kreuzberg.
We meet and greet at the Lounge from 7 PM to talk and plan the next films.
At 10 PM we invite you and your friends to our monthly open film night. Bring your own movies as well! (I need to have the files vis filesharing as .mp4 or .mpg to be able to include them in the program.)
This time we present our own cyberpunk film again and more premieres.
We also expect regular guests and fresh faces.
Kottbusser Damm 22
Vitrine is a platform for experimenting with video art in public space. It offers the artists and the public a unique opportunity to engage with multi-screen video works right on the side of the street. Vitrine is aimed at exploring the potentials of multi-screen video works in public space and the notions of transience – moving images and moving public.
We seek proposals in the form of video works that are innovative in their approach and daring in their exploration.
Sound is not an option for Vitrine and we prioritize non-violent imagery.
The fourth season of Atopia’s Vitrine will run from Nov. 2011 to Feb. 2012.
For further information on how to Apply:
Zum Wahlsonntag am 18.09.2011 öffnet die Kunstszene der Stadt für
die Berlinerinnen und Berliner, die auf dem Weg zu ihren
Wahllokalen sind, ihre Räume. Offen und freizugänglich wie ein
Wahllokal, plakatiert mit dem Slogan WAHL HABEN - Projekträume
in Berlin und einer Karte, auf der alle Räume der
Künstler/innen-Initiativen als Standortpunkte verzeichnet sind.
Wir wollen Präsenz zeigen, Unabhängigkeit und Kreativität.
Dabei spielen die im vergangenen Jahr diskutierten Fragen nach
der fehlenden Stadtraumpolitik in Berlin, den einschneidenden
Kürzungen im Kulturhaushalt der Bezirke und den zu geringen
Förderungen der stetig wachsenden freien Szene durch den Senat
ebenso eine Rolle wie die Behauptung der künstlerischen
Freiräume, in denen affektive Arbeit stattfindet, in denen
Lebensformen ausprobiert werden und Produkte entstehen, die sich
nicht ökonomisieren lassen.
WAHL HABEN als künstlerische Frage, als Sinnfrage und als Frage
nach dem Experimentellen Lebensentwurf: In künstlerischen Räumen
gibt es immer eine Wahl, Entscheidungen und Positionen. Das
künstlerische Potential der Projekträumen und ihre Dichte in
Berlin sind einmalig. Dieses sollte die Künstler/innen-Szene für
Die aktuelle Krise in Berlin ist gekoppelt an eine
Stadtentwicklungspolitik, die Renditen über Nutzwerte stellt.
Davon sind nicht nur die Räume der Künstler/innen betroffen. Es
geht jetzt auch darum, die Debatte anschlussfähig zu machen und
eine möglichst breite Öffentlichkeit mit einzubeziehen. (Auch)
Dazu wollen wir die Aktion nutzen.
Bitte unterstützt mit eurer Beteiligung die geplante Aktion am
18. September 2011 in Berlin!
Zu Haben und Brauchen: http://www.habenundbrauchen.de
We invite young European cross-disciplinary artists, performers, choreographers, musicians, architects, designers, writers, art students, to experiment and use the mobile phone as a new means of creation and narrative. Take part and reveal a creative vision of urban spaces and European cities !
Prizes: 3 winners will be invited to present their film at the MOB International event in Prague, in November 2011
The best films will be shown in our network of European festivals and institutions.
Plus 300€ to 1000€ in prizes
Choose a specific European urban area
Produce a short film with a mobile phone, 3 minutes max length
Submit your film on :http://www.mob-platform.eu/
Special attention will be given to imaginative, unconventional and offbeat projects with a locative and context specific approach.
Contact : email@example.com
Rules and information can be found on the website
SmartCity (Paris | France)
CIANT (Prague | Czech Republic)
Hangar (Barcelona | Spain)
Moving Closer Festival (Warsaw | Poland)
Strad’Art Festival (Timisoara | Romania)
And Cité internationale universitaire
de Paris (Paris | France)
Videomedeja (Novi Sad | Serbia)
The Tyneside Cinema is excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for an artist in residence as part of our Pixel Palace programme 2011.
The residency offer is for contemporary artists of international calibre working in new technologies and moving image. Support is provided to develop new work via a well resourced studio, editing suite and access to high end AV equipment. There will also be opportunities to engage with the working cinema and its surroundings. The selected artist will also exchange skills and knowledge with artists and young people at varying stages of development including our Factory group through participation in the atelier process.
This will be an active period of time for an artist to develop exploratory/inquiry based work that compliments and informs the current Pixel Palace programme. The residency space will be shared with another artist in residence and is based in the social environment of the cinema, creating opportunities to produce live
The selected artist is offered:
Studio space for 2 months at the Tyneside Cinema Newcastle
A development fee of £2800
Travel expenses (one return journey from place of origin to Newcastle and back)
2 months accommodation
Material/production costs (negotiable)
Access to the Tyneside cinemas resources including Sony V1s, an editing suite including Avid and Final Cut as well as a suite of standard AV software.
When: Starting 1st October 2011, lasting eight weeks
Where:Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Tyneside Cinema’s mission is to bring as many people as possible together in our venue to experience, enjoy and engage with the past, present and future of cinema.
The Pixel Palace programme extends the cinema’s mission by working with new media artists and curators working in digital arts to not only reflect upon cinema’s past, but to engage new audiences in its expanded present and pervasive future.
more info: http://www.thepixelpalace.org/opportunities
The Ciné-club Jean Vigo, organizer since 1979 of the International Festival of Mediterranean Film (Cinemed) opened its 2011 selection. The Festival will take place in Montpellier, France from October 21 to 29, 2011.
Participation is open to films completed since 1 January, 2010. The subject and handling of the films must contribute to the cinematic representation of the Mediterranean and the director must be from one of the states in the Mediterranean Basin, the Black Sea states, Portugal and Armenia.
Deadline for entries: 31 August 2011
Deadline for receipt of DVDs: 5 September 2011
Further details: http://www.cinemed.tm.fr/cgi-bin/newtest.pl?name=3_1&rubrique=inscriptions&lng=en&titre=Registration+%3E+How+to+submit
For any information regarding this section, please contact:
The 13th edition of CTM will take place from 30th January to 5th February
2012, at various venues in Berlin - as ususal parallel to and in cooperation
With the 2012 theme Spectral, CTM.12 dedicates itself to the musical and
medial visitations of rejected past aesthetics and their unredeemed utopias
or dystopias, the uncanniness of media’s hallucinatory effects as well as
the quest for experiences of transcendence. DIY-media-archaeology, the
exploration of the deep material structures of sounds, media and archives,
the offensive recourse on past aesthetics to the point of the archaic, a
visible superimposition of different temporalities, psychotropy, occult
media, private mysticism, deception, mundane alchemy or specific forms of
negativity as an at times bitter, at times euphoric rejection of the
presence – these all provide points of entry into current constructions of
reality, to respectively adjure or exorcise the inherent ghosts.
For CTM.12 we invite artists, musicians, researchers and activists to submit
projects and works that explore aspects of the festival theme as proposals
for CTM.12’s music, performance, discourse, workshop or exhibition program.
The deadline is 31st August 2011.
Read more on our website: http://www.clubtransmediale.de/ctm-festival
OK. Video - Jakarta International Video Festival is a biannual video festival held since 2003 by ruangrupa, an artists' initiative in Jakarta, Indonesia.
OK. Video gives spaces to video works concerning social and cultural phenomena in Indonesia and abroad within a festival with specific theme.
OK. Video Festival 2011 conceives flesh as a metaphor of biological entity of the human body that transforms into digital entity (images, sounds, texts) through the advancement of audiovisual technology. It also represents video that progressively shows its organic characters: grow in virtual sphere across the dimensional and temporal boundaries, metamorphoses into various medium and consistently reproduces itself by the reason of virality. This phenomena is continuously celebrated by our contemporary society within the progression of information and communication technology.
The festival invites public to discuss various questions:
how far this kind of new flesh interacts with social, political and cultural aspects? Are we really celebrating democracy or is it just another virtual euphoria? How does the intersection between private and public domain continuously expand and shift? How do social and power structure cope with these changes? Thus, what are the consequences in relation with the discourses of history, tradition, religion, urban and rural culture, popular culture, mass media, sexuality, identity and violence?
OK. Video Festival focuses on non-narrative video works. We accept video works with various approaches. Three best video works will be rewarded and announced at the opening ceremony of OK. Video FLESH - 5th Jakarta International Video Festival 2011 at Gallery National of Indonesia, Jakarta
More information and submission forms to submit online: http://okvideofestival.org/
OK. Video Festival
Female fine artists of all disciplines are welcome to apply. We strongly support international applications. We require that you have completed a university or college art course or hold an equivalent qualification and are already working independently as an artist. Self-taught artists must demonstrate adequate relevant professional experience. The course is open to all ages. Successful
applicants must be permanent residents of Berlin. We expect participants to regularly attend the course, which is free of charge. The course is mainly in German. We do, however, accept applications in English and, if requested,
will carry out interviews in English.
Postgraduate Professional Development Programme for Female Fine Artists
Goldrausch Künstlerinnenprojekt art IT is a postgraduate development programme for female fine artists. It is a one-year course that develops the skills and knowledge a freelance artist needs to pursue a successful career.
The objective of Goldrausch Künstlerinnenprojekt is to promote the work of female fine artists, giving it a strong public presence. The course, which is aimed solely at women, focuses on actively empowering its participants by providing access to the skills and knowledge artists need to pursue their chosen career.
Works taken into consideration for the program can be related to the
following keywords and areas:
Dissensual aesthetics, hacktivism, operating systems, speculative
realisms, queer technologies, strange ontologies, displacements,
ecologies, psychedelia(s), glitches, spam, media-archaeologies,
technological obsolescence, haunted media, reverse remediations, the
untimely, erotics, ambivalences, tools, law, anxieties, confusions,
violence, obscurities, junk, addictions, restlessness,
user-unfriendliness, destructions, attractions, surveillance, accidents,
dysfunctionality, isolation, punk, feedback as distortion, surrealisms,
aggressiveness, the uncommon, frustrations, spiritualities, risks,
dubious calculations, psychosis, uneven structures, crimes.
Read about the full conceptual framework, the application procedure and
the Conditions of Entry:
The selected works will form part of our extensive exhibition,
screening, performance and conference programme. Projects may also be
taking the form of a 2 month artistic research residency jointly run by
With the conceptual framework of in/compatible we are looking for
artistic works in any genre and format that either explicitly or in more
subtle ways engage the incompatible nature of contemporary technological cultures. We imagine that these works rather than anticipating resolution, address, accentuate and invest in the unresolved tensions across translocal media practices and systems. In particular we are calling for works take us by surprise by not quite "fitting in".
To enter the competition you must submit a piece of work expressing your “Offscreen” vision of Arabia or the society you live in as:
An artwork (for example, a painting, drawing, collage or digital artwork)
A film (for example, a video diary, documentary or animation)
A photograph (or series of photographs)
This could be a piece you have already made, or you can create a new piece, but it must fit the criteria of your ‘Offscreen’ vision. This should not be based on stereotypes or media headlines, but rather on genuine research, inspiration and positive artistic expression.
We are looking for the next generation of talented creatives who can inspire others to make a positive difference in the 21st century. Entrants with the most original and imaginative applications will be asked for interview in September 2011 and winners will be announced at a global event later in the month.
Offscreen Expeditions is an education programme dedicated to creating greater understanding between young people in the UK and the Muslim world.
For the past four years Offscreen Expeditions has organised educational journeys between the Islamic world and the UK, in order to create a legacy of cultural understanding and create genuinely ‘Global Citizens’ of the future.
10 winners will be invited on a creative journey of discovery to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in December 2011
• offered program: Screenings in cinema theater - just like the movies!
All the video artists who once have lived in Munich or Bavaria or are still living there
• Paid by artist: you don't have to pay anything - just send us your work on dvd
• Paid by host: sorry, we are a low budget festival - but you will get a page in our catalogue as an artist and free entrance to all screenings of the festival
We are sorry that we are limited to artists who are or were living in Munich or Bavaria. But if your biography has just one little link to our town or state, it will be okay!
The videos should have a maximal length of 20 minutes. They can be already screened elsewhere, and can be 2-3 years old. The most important point for us is that it will function on the big screen.
International UNDERDOX Film Festival
• e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
• location: Munich, Germany, Werkstattkino
• web address: http://www.underdox-festival.de
For the second time PAS is invited by polish artist and organizer Bartosz Lukasiewicz and the center of contemporary arts Elektrownia in Radom, Poland. Global Communication is an international Festival of Performance art. The focus in this year will be the notion of public spaces and site specific works.
Working method and Strategies
With the guidance and direction of the facilitators, participants will use a variety of techniques and exercises to focus perception of one’s own personality, develop skills to communicate with the body, and transform ideas into a performative work. Personal perception and experience color and characterize how we communicate and deal with the body in time and space during performance. The main objective of PAStudies is to understand the body as a tool and to use this tool to communicate effectively in performance. Besides the artistic opportunity, PAStudies provide some cultural specials.
Application forms can be downloaded from here:
Deadline for applications is 31st of August 2011
Teaching language is English
Price: 450 € (3.553 NOK, 566 CHF, 1.838 PLN, 628 USD, 391 £) Confirmed registrations before the 20th of August 2011, the PAStudies will cost: 400 € (3.158 NOK, 503 CHF, 1.633 PLN, 559 USD, 347 £)
Price does NOT include TRAVEL COSTS
During the 10-day we will have self supply.
Please note the possibility to apply for a travel grant with Step Beyond:
Please visit the PASwebsite for further information and follow the bird at: http://pas.bbbjohannesdeimling.de/
A chapter in the “New History of Photography’ by Michel Frizot is titled; ‘Around the World – Explorers, travelers + tourists.’ It is from this heading that the inspiration grew to take a journey around the globe and showcase artist’s work from different countries. This will be a journey of discoveries to open our horizons to photographers working in different parts of the world.
Every month or so, we will travel virtually to a new country, and showcase work from four artists from that region. We will invite artists from each ‘stop’ on our journey to submit one portfolio, and to share a bit about themselves and what it is like to work in their country.
The total collection will not exceed 80 prints, so the first ‘tour’ will be to approximately twenty countries. We hope to create a limited edition print with each artist that will be available to purchase through Lúz Gallery, in Victoria B.C. and online at http://www.luzgallery.com
It is our hope that by taking this journey around the world that we can expand our knowledge of photographers working across the globe, and introduce their work to a wider audience of buyers, collectors and admirers.
We have twenty countries that we have selected for our journey around the world. Our first stop, will be in the tradition of the book, the United Kingdom!
Other countries selected for our first 'tour' include:
Poland, Belgium, India, Morocco, Argentina, New Zealand, Canada, USA, Turkey, Russia, Iceland, South Africa, Madagascar, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, Cuba, Mexico, Venezuela
Lúz Gallery | for the Photographic Arts
1844 Oak Bay Ave.
Victoria, BC V8R 1C5
The Taiwan International Contemporary Artist Association has organized one of Asia’s top art contests, the International Art Competition (I.A.C.), since 2011. The organizer is now combining I.A.C. Together with Art Revolution Taipei (A.R.T.), the most important platform of art exchange in Taiwan, to promote individual artists to the international market. The combined power of both of these unrivaled art outlets will result in more opportunities of sponsorship, exhibition and sale.
Organizer:Taiwan International Contemporary Artist Association
Eligibility:Open to all artists over 18 years old
Entry Deadline:August 31, 2011
Finalists will be announced on the website on September 30, 2011.
Finalists:All accepted entries will be exhibited for sale in the A.R.T. 2012 fair.
Gallery Award:The juror will select ONE artist who will be sponsored by X-Power Gallery and obtain one free exhibition unit (9m2) in A.R.T. 2013.
THE FUTURE AS A BRAND – Sustainability as a value and product
In our Web-savvy age, words decay rapidly. How sustainable will the expression sustainability be?
We are looking for films which address the topic of sustainability dispassionately, critically and/or artistically. Films which focus in on the issue from a wide array of perspectives, investigate it or make it emotionally tangible. In addition, they should ideally be films which are sustainable themselves, or set an example in this regard.
Submissions can be made in four categories:
2. Fiction/short films
3. Animated films/graphic films
The competition is a public platform for young filmmakers. It is intended to help provide support to the creative film work of young directing talent without being subject to economic constraints. The choice of topic should draw attention to the responsibility those working in media have in their role as disseminators of media content. We wish to challenge people to take part in the discourse about important contemporary issues.
The winners can look forward to cash prizes totalling to EUR 2,000.00 as well as various non-cash prizes.
We are calling upon artistic research to actively explore the capabilities and limitations of transdisciplinary and transmedial situations in contemporary culture and thus to understand artistic research as exploring the links between aesthetics, materiality and politics.
The newly organised Vilém Flusser Residency Programme supports projects and activities which are simultaneously conceptual and practice-based. The programme is geared towards the initiation of new research or to the further development of existing projects. This is not a production grant and while a public presentation/event will be expected, there is no pressure to present finished works. Where applicable, the support of publications, exhibitions, interventions and other results of the residency may be negotiated on a project to project basis. Special priority will be given to young and/or emerging artist-researchers.
The program starts from April 2012 on as a 2 month work-and research-residency in Berlin. The applicant selected by the jury will have the opportunity to further develop the submitted project during the time of the residency. The program includes:
• travel costs to Berlin
• accommodation costs in Berlin
• stipend of 1000 EUR per month
• studio / workspace in the Flusser Archive at the University of Arts (UDK) in Berlin.
Applications are accepted from individuals, groups, or collectives as well as recognised organisations or individuals acting on behalf of entrants. There are no entry fees for the Call for works. Applicants must agree to the Conditions of Entry, and incomplete or late entries [Deadline: 31st August 2011 (24:00 CEST / UST+2)] will not be considered. Entrants must register and use the online application form only.
Since 1997, the Rencontres Internationales has existed as an interdisciplinary project designed to promote new cinema, video and multimedia.
Each year, in Paris, Berlin and Madrid, the festival presents an international programme which brings together well-known directors on the international scene, along with young artists and film makers whose work has not been widely distributed.
The Rencontres Internationales hope to bring contemporary works of art to a wide audience, to facilitate movement between the different creative spheres and to communicate this to the audience, to create dynamic exchanges between artists, directors, and those participating in artistic and cultural life.
The call for entries is open until August 31, 2011, for the 'Rencontres Internationales' which will be held in Paris at the Centre Pompidou on Nov. 18 to 26, 2011, and in Madrid and Berlin in 2012.
Any individual or organization can submit one or several proposals. The call for entries is open to film, video and multimedia proposals, without any restrictions for length or genre. All submissions are free, regardless of geographical origin. Works proposed to the "Rencontres Internationales" must not have been previously publicly shown in Paris.
The call for entries is open to Film, Video, and Multimedia cycles, without any restrictions placed on genre or duration. Works from other domains are also accepted.
FILM AND VIDEO - any film and video format
• Video / Experimental video
• Fiction, exp. fiction / Short, middle and full length
• Documentary, exp. documentary
• Experimental film
• Multimedia installation, video installation
• Net art, online work
• Multimedia concert, multimedia performance
The Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid