The Contemporary Arts Center of Las Vegas is accepting submissions for solo shows or group installations from artists and curators for consideration for our 2012-2013 exhibition season. All mediums and disciplines will be considered. Any work presented at the Contemporary Arts Center must be a body of new or recent work executed within the past 2 years. Emerging or mid-career artists, members or non-members, may submit proposals.
The Contemporary Arts Center is a non-profit 501(c)3 art organization dedicated to presenting new, high quality, visual and performing art, while striving to build, educate, and sustain audiences for contemporary art. The CAC strives to provide a place where artist can learn about best practices, test new ideas in the public arena, and connect with fellow artists within and beyond our own community.
Contemporary Arts Center,
107 E. Charleston Blvd.
Tokyo Wonder Site is now calling for international creators who could perform new creative activities based on the subjects which are core of our projects such as "Art and Environment", "Cultural diversity and the activities of New Art Centres", or "Possibilities of collaboration" during their residency at TWS Aoyama:Creator-in-Residence for three months.
■Residency Period: From 31 August to the 27th November, 2012 (Tentative)
■Details: Creators who are planning to undergo cultural study or research based at TWS Aoyama:Creator-in-Residence during the above period.
■Number of participating artists: 2
From 18 February (Sat) to 17 April (Tue), 2012
*Application Form must arrive at TWS Aoyama by post no later than 17 April (Tue.), 2012.
The application must be sent by traceable delivery service.
■Application Outline and Form:
Please download the Application Package and send your application with two letters of recommendation to TWS Aoyama:Creator-in-Residence by following the guidelines noted in the Application Outline.
* Please make enquiries only by e-mail no later than 24th March 2012. We will send back FAQ by email by 31 March 2012.
More information and application form at:
Brief info about the residensy in Istanbul: Apartman Projesi residensy in Istanbul locates at the center of center in Istanbul, Beyoglu. It is 3min by walk to ARTER (contemporary art center), 6min by walk to SALT (contemporary art center), 3 min by walk to BORUSAN art center, 7min by walk to DEPO (contemporary art center), 4 min by walk PERA museum. And locates opposite side of Babylone (concert hall).
You can have a look the way we work:
My German cell is: 0176 850 760 95, it will be activated on 17th April.
Email - seldaasal[@]gmail.com
10 days voluntary help = 1 week free accomadation in Istanbul (at the Apartman Projesi residency)
and daily 10 Eu per diem (for food)
The work is:
We will remove the old wall papers, and than we will paint the walls. And clean the space. We will also sometimes go to Bauhaus to buy the materials and bring them to the space. Actually I don’t know yet what else we should do. We will see when I am there.
I will come to Berlin on 17 th May, and buy the materials on 18th, and in the morning around 10:00 of 19th May we will start to work in the space (Herzberg str 13, Neukölln) on 19th April. We will work till 25 th April. Than we want to go to the pre-opening of the Berlin Biennial on 25,26,27,28 th April. Than we will continue to work from 30 th April till to 5th May. If the art students/young artists want, can help us they can choose some days between 19th to 25th April, as well in May.
The International Photography Annual is open to any artist submitting original works of art created within the timeframe of 2009 - 2012. Professionals and students in ALL disciplines are encouraged to submit. Manifest is eager to receive works in a wide range of applications with the qualification being that artwork submitted is representative of high quality "photography or lens-based art."
Each work submitted (visual or written) must be accompanied by a $10 non-refundable entry fee. Number of entries is unlimited. Entry fee must be paid by U.S. check or money order made payable to MANIFEST, or by credit card via PayPal. Detail images may be included at no additional cost but should only be provided when necessary to reveal accurate understanding of the artwork.
A Competitive Annual Publication of Works of Contemporary Photography and Lens-based Art and/or Writing about Photography
The INPHA 1 book will be released to the public In conjunction with FotoFocus*, a city-wide month-long 50+ venue celebration of the photographic arts in Cincinnati, Ohio (and surrounding region) in October 2012. The goal of Manifest's Annual International Publication of Contemporary Photography and Lens-based Art is to support the recognition, documentation, and publication of excellent, current, and relevant photographic art on an ongoing annual basis. INPHA will become the third in a suite of annual Manifest books charting contemporary art around the world. It joins the International Painting Annual and award winning International Drawing Annual as a significant new product of Manifest Press. This project represents a further expression of Manifest's unique process for assembling diverse and compelling multi-national projects...
The company Ros Roca Group and FiraTàrrega have launched the International Ramon Roca Boncompte Award in Cultural Management Studies with the objective of contributing to the dissemination of research in the field of cultural management in Europe. The award is worth €6.000 and is open to non-published works in Catalan, Spanish or English. Relevant themes include, among others, local impacts of culture, cooperation, cultural policies, sponsorship and patronage, etc. The manuscripts can be sent to the organization until April 1st, 2012.
The West Virginia University Department of Art is pleased to announce a call for entries to the 3rd annual West Virginia Mountaineer Short Film Festival. We seek independent, unique and compelling work in film, video and animation. All interested artists, filmmakers, multimedia enthusiasts are encouraged to submit work for consideration. Students submissions are also encouraged.
Documentary Short / Narrative Short / Animation - Experimental / Student / Political Division Theme
There are no rules governing content or artistic approach. There are no entry fees for submission of work.
Modest awards have been established by the festival organizers to recognize work of exceptional accomplishment.
The West Virginia Mountaineer Short Film Festival,
Division of Art and Design, CAC
College of Creative Arts
West Virginia University
PO Box 6111
Morgantown, WV 26506-6111
For additional information please contact Gerald Habarth:
Art With Impact views the short film as an important art form and springboard for young talent. As such, we do not place any formal restrictions on submissions, and will consider all genres and types of short films, including submissions utilizing original footage, shared footage, photo stills, music, essays, screenplays, original art work and more.
Open call to submit film projects, up to 5 minutes in length, of any genre, using mental health as the point of interest. Film topics may either be interpretive of mental health, or address it directly.
Winning filmmaker to receive $1,000 cash prize and have work featured in education and advocacy work around the country.
Art With Impact's mission is to connect people to global issues through art and media and provide opportunities to share their voices, time and talent in meaningful ways.
Art With Impact
848 Peralta Ave., San Francisco,
The award that is open to contemporary artists residing in Turkey not older than 40 years of age will be elected by a reputable jury consisting of members with a leading role in various different fields in art. Applications could be made between the dates of 1st January-1st April 2012 through
the www.fullartprize.org website
FULL Art Prize will not be operating through works created around a theme, the candidates will be selected through a system based on portfolios. Artists could apply with works in painting, drawing, photography, video, installation and new media, produced in the last 5 years.
For detailed information:
Öykü Özsoy - Project Director
FULL SUPPORT FOR ART
FULL, is proud to announce the first contemporary art award in Turkey: FULL Art Prize!
FULL, is presenting a contemporary art award for the first time in Turkey in order to encourage young artists living there, to increase their visibility in national and international art scenes and with the aim of clearing the path for innovative productions. FULL Art Prize aims to discover artists operating within the field of contemporary art, to increase their visibility in terms of the broader public and in the long-run become a provider of support for artists is intended to establish itself as a tradition. FULL Art Prize aspires to extend the scope of the Competition that will provide new opportunities to artists.
Hiroshima International Animation Festival is a biennial manifestation held in Hiroshima City in August, endorsed by Association Internationale du Film d'Animation (ASIFA). Under the spirit of Love & Peace, the festival has been dedicating to the advancement of visual media art culture in general, by promoting international cross-cultural exchanges through the development of animation art.
The Festival is calling for entries for its 2012 edition, scheduled for 23-27 August, 2012 at Aster Plaza in Hiroshima.
Hiroshima Festival is a comprehensive animation festival featuring several competition programs.
No Entry Fee
International Animation Festival - HIROSHIMA 2012
4-17 Kako-machi, Naka-ku,
Artists are invited to submit complete applications to Manifest's new Manifest Artist Residency program (MAR). Applications will be reviewed on a competitive basis.
The program is open for application by any serious emerging or established artist, including recent graduates from college art programs. It will benefit Manifest's community by providing exposure to the often unseen working space and practices of artists, serving to eliminate some boundaries to contemporary artmaking which currently may divide the everyday public from the fine visual arts.
The ideal candidate for the award of the program may be working in any media or genre, but would also make reasonable use of the available life-drawing sessions even if this is ancillary activity to their primary work. Suitability for teaching will be considered, but will not be a primary factor in the selection process.
Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center
P.O. Box 6218
Cincinnati, OH 45206
You’ll work to continue to provide first-class conservation support and expertise across all four Tate sites and various programmes. Day-to-day, under supervision, you’ll concentrate on working with new Time-based media (TiBM) acquisitions including condition checking, documenting, resolving artwork specifications and caring for the collection. You will also prepare the works for storage, display, and loan purposes, sharing your specialist knowledge throughout Tate and beyond. It’s a challenging, intriguing role, which will see you undertaking preventive conservation, including environmental monitoring, migrating & archiving media and monitoring obsolescence. We’ll also expect you to keep up-to-date with the latest conservation techniques, and use them to recommend safe, efficient ways to store, transport, and display the Collection.
020 7887 8027
Candidates can submit one or more proposals of works in the form of sculptures, installations, drawings, paintings, photographic works, videos, performance, audio and new media installations, etc.
Given the large area available sculptures and installations are site specific and must occupy an area of 3m x 3m (exact size will be discussed and agreed upon in more detail with the organisers at a later phase and will depend upon the project) and must be designed for the outdoors as there is no provision for the works to be moved or covered in the event of bad weather.
The works must not in any way subject the public, who frequent the gardens where the works are to be displayed, to any harm.
For more information:
With the beginning of 2012 admission to participate in the renewed eleventh edition of ZOOart, the international exhibition of visual arts, is now open.
The exhibitions proposed once again by the association Art.ur for the city of Cuneo will take place as usual during the three first weeks of July in the Fresia Gardens, home of the ex-zoo gardens in the heart of the historical part of Cuneo city.
Around 40 young artists, national and international, will be invited to transform the urban gardens with site specific projects including installations, sculpture, painting, photography, drawings, video and performances. ZOOart remains faithful to its style, concerned with the insertion of art within the ordinary cityscape, inspiring creativity within mundane everyday life, developing a relationship between art and society in contrast to the self-referring nature of some contemporary styles.
Casella Postale 208
12100, CUNEO Centro.
To Submit Information
Please contact Alex Kleiman, Research Assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1-212-254-8200 x126 with information on any publications, photographs, videos, and/or other textual documentation relating to any official or unofficial do it exhibitions you were involved in or organized.
ICI will continue accepting documentation on various do it iterations through April 2, 2012.
ICI is launching a call for documentation of do it exhibitions done spontaneously, residentially, on a small scale or a large scale—essentially any and all material from a realization of do it that may have been excluded from the official exhibition history. ICI and Obrist are aware that many independent and little-known iterations of the exhibition have taken place, and as the do-it-yourself ethos forms the foundation of the exhibition’s premise, material on these more impromptu or makeshift shows is of great import to the exhibition at large.
do it began in 1993 with a discussion in Paris between the artists Christian Boltanski and Bertrand Lavier with Obrist about whether an exhibition could be made from a series of instructions: How would an artist’s work be transformed if others made the artwork? To see what would happen, they invited 13 artists to send instructions, which were then translated into 9 different languages and circulated as a book.
Mit dem Stipendium möchte die NGBK einer Interessierten/einem Interessierten oder einem Team von max. zwei Personen einen Freiraum zur Umsetzung von Ideen und Methoden in der künstlerischen Kunstvermittlung eröffnen, die von der Kunstinstitution, ihren Mitgliedern und ihrem Programm ausgehen. Die Aktivitäten müssen sich nicht zwangsläufig an den Ausstellungsplanungen orientieren, sondern können auch alternative Konzepte entwickeln. Das Umfeld ist die geographische Einbindung des Kunstvereins in den Berliner Bezirk Kreuzberg/Friedrichshain, seine regionale und kulturelle
Einbindung in die Berliner Kunstlandschaft und seine internationalen Kooperationen, die ebenso genutzt werden können, wie die Kontakte zur direkten Nachbarschaft.
Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst e.V.
Stipendium Kunstvermittlung 2012/13
Die Bewerbungsgespräche werden am 7. Mai 2012 stattfinden.
Karin Rebbert (Geschäftsführerin)/ 030 616 513 0
Each year, the Festival is curated thematically, and this year we focus on the relationship between the still and the moving image. Entitled Pictures in Motion, the programme will feature work that has been created by artists who have moved from photography into filmmaking, or that has been inspired by photography, whether through use of still image sequences or freeze frames, portraits or landscapes.
Please see our submissions guidelines http://berwickfilm-artsfest.com/userfiles/file/BFMAF%202012%20Submissions%20Guidelines%281%29.pdf for full details on eligibility and how to submit your work, and please use the online form below. Entries can now be made online as well as on DVD, and an ‘Early Bird’ offer of £5 / €6 per short film submission and £10 / €12 for features has been introduced, and is open until Friday 2nd April. Entries close on Friday 29th June 2012.
Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival is a celebration of the art of film, set in the unique historical and architectural location of the Northumberland border town of Berwick-upon-Tweed. The main Festival is a biennale, which since its inaugural event in 2005, has taken place over in September. During the alternate years, a smaller scale ‘Mini-Fest’ is also held over a weekend between September – November.
We need a creative, connected and highly-organised individual, who is enthusiatic about working with artists and experts from science and other fields, and involving people from diverse backgrounds and ages in interdisciplinary arts and creative activities.
For more information, download the job description and equal opportunities policy below.
To apply, download the application form and equal opportunities monitoring form below, complete both forms, and return to email@example.com by the deadline.
Deadline: 11pm Wednesday 4 April 2012
Interviews: 23/24 April 2012
The Arts Catalyst is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from all sections of the community
The Arts Catalyst
is seeking a
CURATOR (EXPERIENCE & LEARNING)
Hours: 2.5 days pw (20 hours pw)
Salary: £ 14,000 pa (£28k pro rata)
Based: Clerkenwell, London.
The Arts Catalyst is one of the UK’s most distinctive arts commissioning organisations, distinguished by its pioneering specialism in interdisciplinary art-science practice.
We are looking for an experienced arts professional to develop our experience and learning programme and our Clerkenwell base as a centre for interdisciplinary arts exchange and experiment. The postholder will be responsible for our role in a three-year European programme as one of nine city-based "incubation modules" stimulating co-creation processes across art and science. Occasional European and UK travel will be involved.
Urban Bundle appears as a temporary public space installation that provides initial condition for citizen gathering, meeting, debating, collaborating and participating in the process of producing and maintaining their social and urban environment. Citizen participation in creating their environment is a powerful act that can enhance relations within society and influence regeneration of the common values. Urban Bundle is a political tool of the citizens that seeks to exert influence on the alternative development of relations between private and public life in the city.
Participant will be able to register and submit their projects by filling in the URBAN BUNDLE form online at http://blog.mikser.rs/
The Art and Culture Laboratory [KUL•] calls all interested artists to entry the proposition for the second PI (Prvomajski Inkubator) exhibition. Art and culture Laboratory [KUL•] is a nonprofit organization that promotes different segments of contemporary art.
You are welcome to add photos of your artworks linked to the theme of FREEDOM? PRIVACY? related to the new Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) that affects fundamental rights including freedom of expression and privacy.
The Art & Culture Laboratory will organise an exhibition of the selected works in the Decumanus Gallery in Krk, Croatia around the 1st May 2012. The exhibition will be accompanied with a brochure (catalog).
Art and culture Laboratory [KUL•] is a nonprofit organization that promotes different segments of contemporary art.
The founders of [KUL•] are: Igor Gržetić, Lena Franolić and Marin Dlaka.
Art & Culture Laboratory
Mate Balota 18
Photographs, videos, installations, performances, urban interventions, sculptures and graphics are accepted.
Each author or artistic group may submit a maximum of two papers, a case of a film or video they have enough quality for public screening!
The applications will be juried by the Art and Culture Laboratory [KUL•]: Igor Grzetic, Marin Dlaka and Lena Franolic.
Besides the images also send:
a brief biography of yourself,
details for the work (name, year of creation, concept and media).
How to enter?
E-mail images of your works to lena [at] k-u-l.hr (please replace [at] with @) and citezrg [at] yahoo.com (please replace [at] with @) or send to:
Offener Kanal Magdeburg e. V. is a broadcaster aimed at young people. The volunteer will have the opportunity to gain experience in a broad range of areas. He / she will assist in the production of various programms and films, particularly in the areas of script, camerawork and cutting. The volunteer will be involved in the recording of live events, such as concerts, theaters, debates, etc., and will also assist in the production of the intercultural youth magazine “Jugendstil” (“Youth Style)”. In addition, the volunteer will have the chance to produce his / her own film. Further areas of activity include general organizational tasks (such as technical work, archiving, programming, etc.) as well as assistance in the presentation of video workshops in schools and youth centers.
Offener Kanal Magdeburg
Olvenstedter Straße 10.
URBANLIFE Cultures-Transition-Identities from 14 April to 03 May 2012
PRIMO PIANO LIVINGALLERY (ITALY)
The exhibition "Urban Life" is a look on the cities and the dynamics of everyday life.
We invite artists from around the world to send their proposals and works for the exhibition program.
To apply write at firstname.lastname@example.org
More information at: http://www.primopianogallery.com/
We are seeking an enthusiastic person with excellent administration and organisational skills to provide administrative support on specific exhibitor related projects across Frieze New York, Frieze Art Fair and Frieze Masters.
The successful candidate will perform a variety of duties, including assisting with all aspects of exhibitor participation in fairs, exhibitor liaison, exhibitor mailings, database support and maintenance, managing inventory and on-site assistance at fairs.
The ideal candidate will be organised, polite, responsible, have 2 years of administrative or event management experience and be able to perform under pressure and work to tight deadlines.
To apply for this position please send a CV and covering letter to email@example.com with ‘Exhibitor Relations’ in the subject title.
Field Projects is pleased to announce our first open call exhibition; emerging and mid-career artists are invited to submit their work for consideration in our April exhibition, Show #4. Submissions will be viewed and selected for Show #4 by David C. Terry, Senior Program Officer and Curator at the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA).
Field Projects is an NYC-based project space committed to opening the field and exhibition opportunities to other working artists. All of the submissions we receive will be considered not only for Show #4 but also for our upcoming exhibition calendar. As a growing space, this is a fantastic time to submit your work. We are looking for new talent, ideas and practices in the contemporary art field.
526 W 26th Street, #807
NY, NY 10001
Recognizing there are few opportunities for professionals to receive practical training and guidance while also holding down a job, the Curatorial Intensive is targeted toward self-motivated individuals—working independently or in institutions—who would benefit from a week of intensive conversations around the issues and questions that regularly arise for curators. These range from the pragmatics of developing an exhibition and building working relationships with artists to the theoretical aspects of understanding how to turn a concept into a project and effectively communicate ideas.
Focusing on new models for curating and exhibition development, ICI’s annual summer Curatorial Intensive offers curators the opportunity to meet colleagues from around the world and share ideas on how to push the parameters of their practice.
Program Dates: July 8–17
Independent Curators International (ICI) produces exhibitions, events, publications, and training opportunities for diverse audiences around the world. A catalyst for independent thinking, ICI connects emerging and established curators, artists, and institutions, to forge international networks and generate new forms of collaboration. Working across disciplines and historical precedents, the organization is a hub that provides access to the people, ideas, and practices that are key to current developments in the field, inspiring fresh ways of seeing and contextualizing contemporary art.
The event is thus composed of a workshop and an exhibition, the latter displaying materials from the secret police files set along individual cases and medial series. Recorded interviews with people who have seen their files will constitute the life-story counterpart to the operative patchwork of the secret police. The workshop and the exhibition are organized by a team of university affiliated or individual researchers, working within the “Platforma” project supported by the National Museum of Contemporary Art (Bucharest) and collaborating with the National Council for the Study of Securitate Archives (CNSAS) and National University of Arts Bucharest (UNAB).
The event will be held in Romanian and English
Calea Mosilor 62-68
Are you an artist working in street art style? Or a printmaker?Are you pursuing a career as an artist? We are considering applications from young, emerging artists who are serious and dedicated about their work to be part of our new gallery.
To apply, send a link to your portfolio/website and a brief statement about yourself, plus CV.
More information and how to apply can be found at: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Jester-Jacques-Gallery/329803133717517
CuratorLab is an international self-directed curatorial course dedicated
to the advancement of curatorial practices based on research in the arts,
crafts and design. It is designed to offer time to conduct research and to
explore new directions and ideas in order to develop artistic or
theoretical work while linking academic study to cultural projects.
The program offers the participants the possibility to develop and realize
one individual and/or collaborative project in the form of a public
presentation, i.e. exhibition, lecture series, publication, screenings,
seminar, for which CuratorLab provides professional feedback and practical
support as well as a moderate research/production budget. The final form, and where it will be presented, is decided by each participant in
dialogue with his or her personal advisor.
niversity College of Arts, Crafts and Design
Box 3601 126 27
To mark the occasion of its 15th Anniversary, the Asia-Europe Foundation has launched the first Asia-Europe Short Films Contest.
Young aspiring filmmakers and film enthusiasts from Asia and Europe are invited to express their views on the relations between both regions through their short, up to 3 min films of any type – animation, documentary, fiction, mobile phone video. Short films about Asia and Europe’s connections of the future, through culture, arts, environment, education or individual relationships will compete for international recognition.
Four winners selected by a Jury of renowned filmmakers, and one chosen by special online public voting, will receive valuable prizes. All winners will be flown to Singapore for a two-day hands-on filmmaking workshop at the prestigious NYU Tisch School of the Arts in Singapore. At the Award Ceremony on 17th May 2012, the first place winner will also receive a SGD5000 cash prize.
More information: http://www.asef.org/index.php/shorts
The Asia-Europe Foundation promotes greater mutual understanding between Asia and Europe through intellectual, cultural and people-to-people exchanges. Through ASEF, civil society concerns are included as a vital component of deliberations of the ASEM. ASEF was established in February 1997 by the participating governments of ASEM and has since implemented over 500 projects, engaging over 15,000 direct participants as well as reaching out to a much wider audience in Asia and Europe.
With the research and visual production of their Id, Ego, and Superego projects, Hither Yon explores methods of collaborative design. Through drawing in a range of scales, the discourse of personal aesthetics and individual intentions become grounded in a single "object," one made through the processes of debate, interpretation, compromise, and metamorphoses. In the end, the ever-present dialogue of the undergone series of steps is presented as a very specific moment between the distinct individuals.
Hither Yon's workshop will reenact the collective's methodology, only now with the involvement of individuals from multiple disciplines. The participants will be provided with a kit of parts to go through those steps, concocting their own egos. They will then use those inventions to aid us in the development of a new city, one produced with their strong personal inclinations.
About Hither Yon
FLASHLIGHTS - knowledge sharing workshop
Stadtbad Wedding STTTBD,
Description and registration details:
> Workshop in english language
> Materialcost: 6 Euro
(for flashlights manual & drawing material due at the day of the workshop)
> Participants max.: 15
ONE SHOT / 10th Edition / International Short Film Festival
May 17 - 24, 2012, Yerevan
“ACCEA” - Armenian Center for Contemporary Experimental Art
1/3 Pavstos Buizand Blvd
tel: (+37410) 568225, 568325
fax: (+37410) 560216
La Macina di San Cresci, residence for artists member of RES ARTIS , announces that the Provincia di Firenze will award two residency fellowships to artists. The program invites artists from around the world to apply to work for one month in a studio at la Macina di San Cresci.
The Fellowship recipients will receive a € 500 stipend, private room, studio space.
Develop a composition in which the machinery of nature and machine of art become one, through a series of interventions and through the perception of the artists.
A research that creates "views" and operates in-between reality and the different layers of the territory: the past, the contemporary economic culture, the temporal and spatial interrelationships.
A reflection on the socio-cultural, architectural, language, habits characteristics of this place, the environment, the village , interlaced with the man and with habits whom he lives of this environment.
La Macina di San Cresci , established in 2001, is a place for creation, presentation and documentation of contemporary art in all its forms.
The centre consists of gallery, studios and a residence for artists. This historic setting was restored with the intent of providing a setting to accommodate and imagine new forms of dialogue within the context of art and culture.
The theme for the program is "Platform 948: where engage ideas and concepts about the environment. "
The program offers European cultural journalists (incl. Turkey,
Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan) time off from their professional
duties in order to pursue in-depth research on a topic of their
choice. Candidates are asked to relate their proposals to one of the
main research fields of the IWM (for details please see
Fellows will spend 3 months at the IWM in Vienna, Austria. They
will receive a stipend of EUR 7.630 and are provided with an office,
access to e-mail and internet, in-house research facilities and
other relevant resources in Vienna. Travel grants of up to EUR 1.820
can be paid for research trips to neighbouring countries.
Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen
Spittelauer Lände 3
Artists from around the world are invited to submit entries for the 16th annual Sculpture by the Sea to be staged from 18 October - 4 November 2012.
• Three Helen Lempriere Scholarships of $30,000 each for Australian artists
• Three Clitheroe Foundation Mentorships of $10,000 for young emerging artists
• The Sydney Water Environmental Sculpture Subsidy of $5,000;
• The Dick Bett Memorial Invitation for a Tasmanian artist of $5,000;
• Ephemeral and Site Specific subsidies of a total up to $20,000 to be distributed to selected artists
• Funding for a pedestrian laneway installation in Bondi of up to $5,000.
• Over 500,000 visitors across 3 weeks
• Strong sculpture sales
• Over 100 sculptures by Australian and overseas artists
Sculpture by the Sea
Surry Hills, PO BOX 300
NSW 2010 Sydney
tel: 61 2 9357 1457
fax: 61 2 9357 2335
The International Labour Organization (ILO) has launched a video contest for young people (from 18 to 29 years) to show how the global jobs crisis is affecting their lives.
Three winners will be invited to Geneva (all expenses paid) to attend the ILO Youth Employment Forum, to be held from 23-25 May 2012, where they will have the opportunity to present their videos.
The Youth Employment Forum will gather more than one hundred young people who are engaged in promoting decent work for youth. The Forum will provide a platform for young people to share their experiences and views on the current employment situation, as well as to discuss successful initiatives that create more and better jobs for youth.
honor for the second Welcome to New York! celebration, to be held at Art in General the third week in April. This is not a grant or an exhibition opportunity, rather it is a chance for a small batch of artists new to New York City's arts community to be formally welcomed by a room full of local gallerists, curators, arts writers, administrators, and artists. Of course, this will all be done with the help of some bubbly and glitter confetti!
We invite you to submit 5 jpg images of recent work, a short artist statement and a paragraph or two letting us know a bit about you—why you decided to move to NYC, what your plans are, and why we should choose you to be honored. We more interested in seeing your shining personality and creative potential than hearing a laundry list of past accomplishments.
Art in General
79 Walker St # 6
New York, New York 10013
United States of America
Curtas Vila do Conde - International Film Festival is now a major cinematographic and cultural event in the country. Since 1993 the Festival has consolidated its position as curator of the latest trends in contemporary cinema also gaining a prominent place in the European landscape of international film festivals. Its main attraction is the short film, but Curtas has progressed to a multidisciplinary festival around the moving images.
All preview copies for selection should be addressed to:
20th Curtas Vila do Conde – International Film Festival
Praça da República
4480-715 Vila do Conde
Any questions should be addressed to Submissions Manager SÉRGIO GOMES:
telephones +351 252 638025 / 646516.
Marking a turning point in what has become an annual event, 121212 is the last year that we can use this date format, and also this year we hope to see the launch of a new engine for the UpStage platform, DownStage, extending the possibilities of what we can do. We are also opening up the festival to artists creating cyberformance in platforms other than UpStage, as there are now many other interesting platforms.
The 121212 UpStage Festival of Cyberformance will take place 5-12 December 2012 and consist of two parts:
- “Walking backwards into the future” – a programme of remounted cyberformances from the past five festivals (5-11 December); and
- “Testing – 1 2, 1 2, 1 2″ – new works in UpStage and other networked platforms (12 December).
The 121212 UpStage Festival will be held on 12 December 2012; this will be the sixth annual festival of live online performances using the UpStage platform.
Proposals must be emailed to
International ArtExpo is selecting all interesting video/short films and photo works to include in the next 2012 Exhibition:
Hidden Cities – International Videoart Festival and Photo Exhibition at Koza Visual Culture and Arts Association in Istanbul, Turkey.
The selections will be based on the main concept of “Hidden Cities” that analyses the hybridization of physical and social identities in the contemporary cities.
The participation in International Videoart Festival and Photo Exhibition requires an entry fee for every artwork submitted and selected.
Participation open to: professional artists, architects and designers, associate groups and studios.
Luca Curci Architects
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 33
This will take place in the context of the celebration of the 2 years anniversary of Slow Travel Berlin. See here the whole event: http://www.facebook.com/events/357724887600981/, that will have readings by John Holten and Eirik Sordal.
This fair will also happen in the context of launching a platform for the independent publishing scene, called the Kombinat Literatur Berlin and the launch of the Unendliche Festival des Kombinats. More info soon.
There will be also an opportunity to make a small presentation of the different publishers during the book fair. For further information about performing or presenting your publisher (maximum 5 minutes) during the Book Fair, or any further questions contact:
"Kombinat Literatur Berlin" or Cate Plaut
Deadline for registration: Friday, April 13th
The Portable Book Fair Berlin, SAND Journal (http://www.facebook.com/sandjournal) and Kombinat Literatur Berlin invite all independent publishers and writers to bring their books, fanzines, publications, object books, cartoons, and so on, for its third gathering!
Spread the word, invite anyone and everyone interested in books and bookmaking, and let's enjoy a great afternoon of books in all their shapes, sizes, and forms!
Markthalle IX, Eisenbahnstrasse 42/43
April 22, 12:00 - 18:00
The festival of art as research calls all artists who are interested in researching about the phenomenon “translation” in an interdisciplinary exchange.
The Festival will take place in an extraordinary setting.
The old train-station building of Ottersberg, Northern Germany, is a place where young artists live and work together. It’s a place of experimentation and research. It offers the possibility to work in a number of different spaces (the former warehouse, in a circus tent, outside). The non-profit project is completely self-governed. Community and art are the central topics. We invite you to experience this inspiring and unique place.
Am Bahnhof 2
Scholars who received their PhDs within the past five years are strongly encouraged to apply. The next application deadline is April 15, 2012.
To apply, submit a cover letter, a CV, an abstract of the proposed book (one page maximum), and a book proposal (eight to ten pages). The book proposal should include a project overview, chapter outlines, a plan for revisions and completion of the manuscript, and a description of the book's position in the literature of modern or contemporary art. Three current letters of recommendation are also require (under separate cover).
Submit materials electronically to the Program Coordinator: CSMAprograms@phillipscollection.org or 202-387-2151 x286
he Center for the Study of Modern Art offers an annual prize for an unpublished manuscript presenting new research in modern or contemporary art from 1780 to the present. Preference is given to applicants whose research focuses on subjects related to the Phillips’s areas of collecting.
The winning author receives $5,000, and his or her manuscript will be published by the University of California Press as part of a series of first books sponsored by the Center.
This summer’s topic considers the transformation of labor in artistic practice from the Second World War to the present. Seminars and workshops will help the group reflect on the shift from a manufacturing to service economy in developed countries as well as new definitions of labor that have extended beyond all national boundaries.
SOMA Summer participants will revisit the legacy of conceptual art as a mode of production, the role of craft in contemporary art practices, and the pertinency of learning technical skills in art education. The group will also explore the possibilities of alternative economies, and look closely at the ways in which artists participate in decentralized, global networks of production.
Asolo International Art Festival is pleased to announce the competition for the year 2012. Threfore iscription to partecipate in the 31st edition of the AsoloArtFilmFestival is open! The Festival will be held from 18 to 29 August 2012.
In order to participate, films must have been produced no earlier than the year 2010 and must fall into one of the following categories: Films on Art, Artist's Biographies, Films on Archtecture and Lanscape, Film on Design and Enterprise, Video Art and Computer Art, Productions by Schools of Cinema.
Foresto Vecchio, 8
31011 Asolo (TV), Italia
For more information:
A MacDowell Fellowship, or residency, consists of exclusive use of a studio, accommodations, and three prepared meals a day for up to eight weeks. There are no residency fees.
The Colony accepts applications from artists working in the following disciplines: architecture, film/video arts, interdisciplinary arts, literature, music composition, theatre, and visual arts.
A nonrefundable processing fee of $30 (U.S.) is required with each application.
Residencies: October 1- January 31
The MacDowell Colony
100 High Street
Peterborough, NH 03458
AIR Antwerpen is looking for an intern/volunteer to:
Creatively work with the physical archive
Work on productions of AIR Antwerpen
Work on the publication of AIR Antwerpen
Update archive on the website
Broad interest in the arts
Knowledge of Dutch and English
Concrete working experience in the field of editing, publication and project organization
International working atmosphere
If you’re interested, please send a motivation letter and CV to Alan Quireyns, artistic director AIR Antwerpen, alan[@]airantwerpen.be, before the 15th of April.
AIR Antwerpen is an international residence project for artists. In the former lockman's residence the project has obtained a fabulous post industrial location. It is located on the border between the old and the new harbour, close to the city centre.
AIR Antwerpen is more than a receptive workplace for artists from abroad. The organisation wishes to profile itself as a breeding ground for contemporary art, a place where art is developed and where artistic research is pursued.
AIR Antwerpen offers no exhibition platform for visual arts as such. The organisation is active within the national and international visual arts network and undertakes collaborative ventures which can result in research oriented co-productions.
Thanks to its setting in a city with a rich cultural history and an effervescent contemporary art scene, AIR Antwerpen is capable of initiating a spontaneous dialogue between past and present, and the local and global.
The theme of the festival “Visual Poetry” is synchronous to the property of Perm being a “Library capital” of the Perm region in 2012. Artists will deploy the visual equivalents of poetry on a multimater concrete fences. Projects will focus on the expression of the poetic text – rhythm, structure and texture of the verse. Long stories for Perm will be consisted of a visual image of the text, of the relationship of artists to the verse, word, letter as to the image. The theme of the festival is a challenge for the participants, not only because the artistic projects should be formulated for extremely non- standart elongated horizontal format of concrete fences, encircling the industrial facilities in Perm, but also because the art projects will have to coexist and resist in spontaneous and agressive in many ways grafic and font environment of the city (visual identics and navigation, outdoor adverizements, running lines, signs).
Results of the competition – April 25, 2012
Realisation of selected projects from 1 to 30 May, 2012 with a help of volunteers under the guidance of the author
Opening of a project – May 31, 2012
Long Stories for Perm 2012
Dasha Vasilyeva (project coordinator)
tel: +7 (919)492-85-94
We are looking for artists and proposals for a series of inter-disciplinary events, interventions, walks and tours that explore alternative forms of tourism (or respond to existing processes and hierarchies). Ideas can take the form of DIY toolkits for tourists to use on their own initiative, the creation of alternative infrastructure, or guided/performed events in which an artist or facilitator is actively involved. We are open to ideas that are ready to go and easy to facilitate (logistically and financially), and ideas that would require a period of on-site research and conceptual development (although we will only be able to invite a limited number of artists to Stuttgart). Projects should respond in some way to the curatorial focus outlined below (directly or indirectly). We also welcome self-reflective proposals that explore the problematic of our own intentions.
Each project will receive a minimum of between 100 and 500 Euros plus expenses. Artists that need time to develop their ideas will be invited to Stuttgart in May and June. Projects will be presented/enacted in Stuttgart between June 2012 and June 2013. A new website will document and bring together all of the selected activities.
Please send proposals, questions and expressions of interest to kaspar(@)treacletheatre.co.uk
Curatorial focus for 2012/2013
German version (with additional details):
Last year's website:
We are looking for art projects that fit one of the Lab’s three areas of focus: wearable technology, augmented reality and ecology but we are also open to proposals within your personal field of interest. Your project should be conceptually sound and outline a concrete, realistic plan. Your proposal’s chance of being selected will be directly proportional to its quality.
Each selected artist participates in an intense working period during July and August, in which he or she develops a project from concept to artwork, ready for presentation at a public event. We schedule the residencies to overlap as much as possible so that we can foster an active working atmosphere in the Lab and stimulate interaction between artists. The Summer Sessions will conclude with Test_Lab presentations in Rotterdam and within an international festival context. v
V2_Institute For The Unstable Media
3012 XL Rotterdam
Offer: Exhibition- and Action Space in Kassel (Germany),
Accommodation, Radio Broadcasting Slot, PR & Documentation,
no Studio Space
Costs: 600,00 EURO
Documents required: Description of your project (PDF, max. 2 MB),
contact information, download link (URL) of a work sample, no CV
Dates: Between 01/06 and 30/06/2012 or 01/07 and 31/07/2012
We are looking for Cultural Producers with an interdisciplinary
approach and affinity to Media from different countries who want to
realise artistically and / or theoretically a thematic or media work
in Kassel in June or July 2012. Our proposal for a Topic is:
"The Big Event"
Our interest focuses especially on processual works. The themed or
media context is facultative. Our proposed topic is only for
orientation. Mindaugas Gapsevicius, Martin Wrede, Karsten Asshauer
and Dr. Matze Schmidt will decide about the applications.
June / July 2012
For 3 Weeks
We provide a public Action or Exhibition Space for 7 days for
presentations, lectures, performances etc. and a 1-Hour-Radioslot on
a Kassel frequency incl. Stream. Furthermore accommodation in a flat
and logistical and scientific support plus agreement devices and
mobility upon agreement. If the budget allows the costs we support a
print- or online publication as well. A flyer is included. The work
will be documented.
We offer to show parts of the project later in Berlin.
The fee goes directly to the top e.V. and covers project costs. The
financing of travel and living (except lodging) and all materials
must be covered by the applicant. We issue an official invitation
letter after the decision and help with grant seeking and immigration
The theme of the festival “Visual Poetry” is synchronous to the property of Perm being a “Library capital” of the Perm region in 2012. Artists will deploy the visual equivalents of poetry on a very long concrete fence. Projects will focus on the expression of the poetic text – rhythm, structure and texture of the verse. Long stories for Perm will be consisted of a visual image of the text, of the relationship of artists to the verse, word, letter as to the image. The theme of the festival is a challenge for the participants, not only because the artistic projects should be formulated for extremely non- standard elongated horizontal format of concrete fences, encircling the industrial facilities in Perm, but also because the art projects will have to coexist and resist in spontaneous and aggressive in many ways graphic and font environment of the city (visual identity and navigation, outdoor advertisements, running lines, signs)
The festival is divided into two platforms.
"Long stories for Perm 2012"
+7 919 492 85 94
The fest presents international and national contemporary artists' work in the spheres of performance, video and site specific installations. The art works are specifically created and produced according to the places in question reflecting their history or architectural value.
WTAF is an initiative started only with a few people in Sofia encompassing ideas of art, creativity, urban renewaland alternative art spaces. Gradually it became an international event gathering artists form around the world that came together as independent entities representing their individual style and search for mutual understanding and cosmopolitanism in the face of widely spread apathy and unwillingness to cooperate. "We believe that art has a function in the society and we delegate that function back to it."
On behalf of NGO IME, we have the pleasure of inviting you to submit a proposal for an art work, installation, performance, or presentation to the Water Tower Art Fest in Sofia, Bulgaria!
This year there is no theme for the festival mere communication is on the basis of all this!
9 Bogatica Street, app. 12
New in 2012 the festival programme will be increased by film & video screenings. This audiovisual program is called Panorama.
We invite you to apply with your work for selection in the Panorama programme.
CYNETART is an international festival for computer based art in Dresden. The 16th Edition of the festival will present an exhibition of the winning projects and selected competition entries, first-class performances and a programme with live sets of international electronic musicians and VJs at the Festspielhaus Hellerau and other selected spots in Dresden.
upcoming festival: 15 to 21 November 2012 | venue: Festspielhaus Hellerau | Dresden | Germany
Structo is a British literary magazine. Twice a year we publish the best new short stories and poetry from all around the world alongside essays, and interviews with some of the most interesting authors working today (recently Iain Banks and Richard Adams). We print writing we love, which sometimes tends towards the slipstream end of things.
The magazine is not-for-profit, but the print edition is sold at various independent stores in the UK and Europe, including Rough Trade in London, The Albion Beatnik in Oxford, Cornerhouse in Manchester, the MK Gallery in Milton Keynes, Shakespeare & Co. in Paris and Do You Read Me?! in Berlin.
We are now seeking short stories and poetry for our eight issue, which promises to be our biggest and most high-profile yet. For short fiction, we are accepting submissions of up to around 3,000 words, and are particularly seeking poetry in translation.
Our submission window is open until the 15th of April. You can read our full submission guidelines at http://www.structomagazine.co.uk/
The Foam annual Talent Call is designed to showcase exceptional young photographers from all over the world. Every year, Foam Magazine dedicates its Fall issue to publishing the work of 15 selected talents. It is a springboard into the international photography industry for these artists, giving them international recognition and acclaim. Last year the winning portfolios were chosen from over 800 submissions worldwide.
- You are a photographer between 18 and 35 years old;
- Submission opens on the 30th January and closes on the 16th April 2012;
- Entries fee of €35.
More information: http://www.foam.org/foam-magazine/talent
Foam enables people all over the world to experience and enjoy photography, whether it's at our museum in Amsterdam, on the website, via our internationally distributed magazine or in our Editions department.
Foam is for photographers, picture editors, designers and all those who have a passion for photography. We focus especially on exhibitions, publications, discussions and specific projects relevant to contemporary themes in this field. Of course, well known photographers and historical work has an important place on our agenda. But special attention in our exhibition programme and elsewhere is also given to nurturing upcoming artists.
'Post-anarchism decentralizes the political movement, motions toward tactical rather than strategic action, brings anarchist thought into touch with a range of influences …and provides the foundation for a thousand lines of flight' (Duane Rouselle, 2011)
In 2003, David Graeber wrote about 'new anarchism' as a meshing of practice and theory which embraced horizontalist, open-ended experimental approaches to revolutionary vision and strategies. In this panel stream we ask – what does a post-anarchist art practice look like? What does it sound like? How and where does it function? We invite – and bring together - theorists and practitioners to offer contributions which explore these questions through discourse, practice, performance or intervention, experimentally, practically, gesturally, impossibly.
Please send proposals/abstracts (300 words) to Gillian Whiteley g.whiteley[@]lboro.ac.uk and Kuba Szreder derszer[@]googlemail.com
by MONDAY 16th APRIL 2012
Gillian Whiteley/bricolagekitchen & Kuba Szreder
Politicized Practice Research Group
School of the Arts
For info on the conference see
Showcase Cities London offers monthly exhibitions superbly presented, commission free exhibition space to artists from all walks of life.
Each event presents a fantastic opportunity to see up-and-coming artists display new ideas, new work and new styles.Expect to see a rich variety of work on display from London's latest batch of emerging artistic talent.
We have opening for artists to exhibit with Showcase Cities on the 18th of April
For more info send me an email and checkout our website:
In the proposed conference we seek to examine the interests and influences which contributed to the development of Socialist Realism as a diverse and contested field of art from the 1930s to the 1980s. Participants will be invited to focus on aspects of Socialist Realist fine art production, evaluation and consumption in order to consider the ways in which artistic
conventions of pictorial representation were established, adapted and transformed to reflect the changing nature of the Soviet project. This approach will facilitate a shift away from the tendency to draw conclusions about Socialist Realism based on a limited number of canonical works of art and acclaimed artists, and will encourage a reappraisal of the diversity and
originality of creative output in its formal, stylistic and geographical variations.
Stockholm, 19-20 October 2012
Alfred Nobels allé 7 Flemingsberg
141 89 Huddinge
Tel: +46 (0)8 608 4000
Fax: +46 (0)8 608 4010
For general questions and further information, please contact Mark Bassin:
Please submit proposals via email to Oliver Johnson: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ex Oriente Film 2012, the year-long international workshop that supports the development and funding of creative documentary films from Central and Eastern Europe.
Participants from the MEDIA + Countries (Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovak Republic and Slovenia) may apply for a scholarship from IDF to cover part of the accommodation and subsistance costs.
Applicants must prove that there is no possibility of scholarship in their own country and declare that the project is not supported by any development funding. To apply for a scholarship, applicants must send us a request and an official letter from their local MEDIA Desk or national film centre confirming this.
In accordance with the conditions listed above, Institute of Documentary Film makes the final decision on who receives the scholarship. Any extra costs will be covered by the participants themselves
14 projects will be selected / 28 participants
Institute of Documentary Film
Ex Oriente Film is an international workshop dedicated to the development and funding of creative documentary films in Central and Eastern Europe. At three workshops (the 4th session focused on rough cuts is for selected projects only) that take place in the course of one year, directors and producers develop their projects and funding strategies and benefit from the assistance and valuable advice provided by established European producers, directors, experts and commissioning editors.
For detailed description of the workshop click here:
Participation Fee: The participation fee is EUR 1,500 per selected project (includes all accommodation, coffee breaks and lunches during the three workshops for 1-2 pers.).
The C New Critics Competition is designed to help develop and promote the work of emerging art critics. Writers must submit a review of an exhibition, performance, or site-specific intervention, between 800 and 1,000 words in length, by Friday April 20, 2012.
The winner will receive $500, editorial support in order to prepare their article for publication in C Magazine, and a two-year subscription to C.
Participants are not restricted by age or citizenship. To be eligible, writers must have published no more than two exhibition reviews or one article in a magazine or journal. Writers are not disqualified for having written for personal blogs or student publications.
PO Box 5 Stn B
One submission is allowed per person and must be sent as an email attachment, in MS Word to Amish Morrell email@example.com. Mail or fax submissions will not be accepted.
VestAndPage are glad to collaborate again with Isole Comprese Teatro for the intensive 3-days workshop on the praxis of Performance art The Actor as Performer. The workshop offers methodological keys to learn how a contemporary Live artist approaches theoretically and practically the process of making a performative piece. During the practical exercises the participants are being provided with tools to conceive, develop and realize a performance, using the own body in given conditions as a primary tool.
27 - 28 - 29 April 2012.
Friday 3 - 7 pm; Saturday 10 am - 7 pm; Sunday 10 am - 7 pm.
Costs: 150,- €
ONLY 10 PLACES LEFT
Via di Brozzi 334
For information and registration:
The University of Birmingham is inviting expressions of interest from illustrative artists to undertake a residency on campus during summer 2012, culminating in an exhibition/event produced in partnership with the Deputy Curator. This residency will be of interest to Artists whose work involves research-based practise with a focus on illustration and drawing.
- To engage with at least 2 or 3 of the university’s cultural collections
To result in the production of materials for use on campus during The Big Draw event in October 2012
- To provide stimulus to the Artist’s practice
- To inspire those who study and work at the University through the experience of an artist working alongside them
- To give the opportunity for an artist to work closely with a curator to communicate their work to a range of audiences
- To engage with a wide and diverse range of people through the resulting work
- To give the cultural strategy of the University greater visibility.
What we can offer
- Studio space
- An exhibition at the University at the end of the residency with paid-for publicity
- A fee of £2,500 (please see further information below).
For further details, including how to apply, please e-mail Nicola Saunders at
inVESTIR is a inter-cultural project between Europe and North Africa, in which virtual art, politics and participatory performance in the public space are intertwined in order to create an intercontinental dialogue.
It is organized in two stages. Firstly, there is a virtual phase developed as an intensive research and communication through appropriate social networks. In the last months i Collective e.V. contacted people from North African states and chatted with them regarding issues like identity, politics, future perspectives, among others. inVESTIR also worked as a moderator in order to encourage the dialogue between the different participants. These conversations and interviews serve as a ground for the second stage of the project.
During this phase some statements or quotations of the dialogues will be selected and printed on T-shirts. Volunteers from Germany will wear these T-shirts during the opening of the Berlin Biennial, as well as in their everyday lives, in a way to in
InVESTIR was developed in 2010 for Manifesta 8 Biennial. After the political transformations and the newly gained freedom in some parts of North Africa, the continuation of the project under the current circumstances became compelling and exciting. JOIN US!
If you are interested on participate or have questions, please write us to:
In year 2000 United Nations declared 20th of June as World Refugee Day. To bring the WRD 2012 to the attention of domestic and international audiences, Slovene Philanthropy and Zavod Voluntariat are preparing to organize the third edition of the Festival of Migrant Film »On the Road« (FMF 2012, located in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia) which aims to highlight the best available international film and video products dedicated to migrations, asylum and refugees.
The festival focuses and is dedicated to all migrants who, for a number of reasons, are forced to leave their homes and search for an opportunity to create a decent life for themselves and for their families outside of their home community. In the 21st century, we are still experiencing some familiar causes for (forced) migrations, as well as “discovering” some new ones.
(For: Festival of Migrant Film »On the Road«)
Poljanska cesta 12,
1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Organizers' contact information:
+386 1 430 1288
+386 51 389 929 (Uroš Krasnik)
“Now & After” is the festival of video art that takes place in Moscow Museum of Modern Art http://www.mmoma.ru/en/. The selected works will be shown in the museum’s site in the space of one whole video installation within the period 24 May – 10 June, 2012.
The topic of this year is "SUPER- SUPER CITY".
There is no entry fee.
All rights on videos remain property of authors.
Submitted videos must have been completed after 1 January, 2009.
The Festival’s Prize Fund is 2,500 EUR.
Read more http://now-after.org/eng/seichas.php?y=1
The Festival’s presentation adapts to the space in which it takes place. The museum's site gives the opportunity to show videos in interaction with each other. The curator of the festival generates one whole space of video installation, which includes all of the videos participated.
A young Iranian visual artist (max. age: 35 years) is invited to an artists-in-residence centre in Salzburg (town), Austria, for July 2012, probably extending into early August 2012 (dates to be confirmed).
The programme offers free accommodation at one of the ‘Salzburg Artists’ House Studios’, each approx. 70 m² - with a work space of approx. 5 meters’ height.
A GOOD command of English - or German - is required.
The application (file) HAS to include – texts in English (or German):
- a curriculum vitae (including an e-mail address, a phone number and a personal website)
- a documentation of previous artistic work (e.g. photographs, catalogues by LINKS, or SCANS in pdf format)
- a description why a stay in Salzburg / Austria is wished and
which impact (possible project) this stay should have on the artist’s creation.
Lagos, Nigeria, 23-25 August 2012
This conference seeks to appraise the place and impact of globalisation on African media practice(s) and popular culture and how these have also participated in globalisation as a dialectical process for the construction of identity and re-invention of nationhood in Africa. In particular, the conference is interested in ways in which globalisation has engaged African media and popular culture as mediated processes through new media technologies and how they have in turn engaged globalisation. But the conference is also concerned with problematising the issues involved in the discourse on globalisation and its antinomies in relation to African media and popular culture. For instance, is globalisation an innocent, neutral phenomenon? Has globalisation fostered the dialogue or the clash of civilisations and cultures? Is it necessary for the enrichment of African media and popular culture?
This complex of issues will constitute the fulcrum of discussions during the conference. Submission of abstracts in 250-300 words is invited by 25 April 2012.
For more information please contact: Vivian Adeoti at vadeoti[@]smc.edu.ng and Tope Akintola at takintola[@]smc.edu.ng; http://www.smc.edu.ng/
31.st Turgut Pura Art Prize will be the first international one. The
prize which gets its name from the acclaimed sculptor Turut PURA will
award prizes this year for painting, sculpture and life time
achievement in art.
This year the organization commitee decided to award Burhan Dogancay
for life time achievement. Dogancay will accept this award this month
in Bodrum but artists still have time to apply for painting and
sculpture prizes till 2012-04-26.
The winners will recieve 5000.TL each (approximately 2500 USD)and all
selected art will be exhibited as a grand exhibition. The show will be
between May 25th and June 3rd at Izmir Painting and Sculpture Museum.
The foundation is established by Gungor PURA in 1981. The organization
comitee is led by Kayhan Kirmizigul and the concultants are; Genco
GULAN and Marcus GRAF.
Jury for painting: Burcu PELVANOGLU, Greg WOLFF, Marcus GRAF and Turan AKSOY.
Jury for sculpture: Genco GULAN, Gunnur OZSOY, Mike BERG and Seckin PiRiM.
This year for the first time the applications can be made online
OR by sending an image of your art together with your bio to:
info[@]turgutpura.com and/or festivalconceptint[@]gmail.com
For more info please contact:
Tel: 90 232 422 3286
LiWoLi is a community festival, open lab and annual meeting spot for artists, educators and developers using and creating Free Software (FLOSS), Open Hardware and Open Design in the artistic and cultural context. This event is all about sharing artistic skills, code and knowledge within the public domain and discussing the challenges of an open practice.
This year's edition will have a special focus on artworks that can be created, performed or exhibited outdoors and in public space. Like every year, numerous activities such as lectures, workshops and audiovisual performances will take place during the course of this three-day festival.
Date: 24-26 May 2012
Location: I/O stadtwerkstatt, kirchengasse, linz, austria
We are opening the call for the pitching of documentary film projects, which will be held from 30 May till 3 June during the 52nd Krakow Film Festival. The Dragon Forum will host TV stations’ commissioning editors, regional film funds’ representatives, distributors and producers from around the world.
The pitching consists of scheduled public presentations and individual meetings. Projects in the development, production and post-production phases (work-in-progress) qualify. We strongly encourage to apply the experienced filmmakers looking for financing of an ongoing project or a finished rough-cut. At Dragon Forum they can have a meeting with decision makers represented in Krakow.
ul. Chełmska 21/4/59
00-724 Warszawa, Polska
Curatorial practice as it emerged during the twentieth century is being extensively recast. The tremendous change in the status of the object, culture, the various disciplines, information and education, implies an inevitable transformation of the curator’s role and competences. A renewed interest for curatorial practice has recently emerged within the field of architecture.
For the second year the CCA offers two curatorial opportunities: the Young Curator Program and the Power Corporation of Canada Curatorial Internships Program.
The Power Corporation of Canada Curatorial Internships are designed to share the CCA’s expertise with students and recent graduates in design disciplines, arts and humanities. One or two selected candidates will have the opportunity to become acquainted with the CCA’s collection, exhibition, and research programs through a 6 to 9 month internship beginning in Fall 2012.
If you have any questions email
HEC Montréal’s Department of International Business offers a two-week Summer School Program with both an undergraduate and a graduate level. The program offers insightful teaching and practical experience in core areas for business students: innovation, sustainability, and the creative economy.
HEC Montréal, one of the most important multicultural business schools in Québec and Canada, invites students from business schools around the world to participate in cutting-edge academic programs at both the undergraduate and the graduate levels.
Department of International Business, HEC Montréal
3000 chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine, Room 3.247
Montréal (Québec), Canada, H3T 2A7
Coordinator, Campus Without Borders
Studio Immersion Project (SIP) is an intensive 3 month studio fellowship designed to immerse artists in the world of printmaking. SIP Fellows will acquire new techniques and build upon existing skills. Artists, from all media, interested in making printmaking a regular part of their creative practice are invited to apply.
Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop
Seacourt Print Workshop seeks an artist demonstrating practical knowledge of safer approaches to printmaking, and /or traditional lithography with at least 2 years professional printmaking experience, for a 12-week Artist Residency which can commence by agreement from June 1st 2012. Artist stipend of £3000.00 paid in installments.
Seacourt Print Workshop,
Unit 33 Dunlop Industrial Units,
8 Balloo Road, Bangor,
Co. Down, BT19 7QY.
+44 (0) 28 91460595
The Grotowski Institute is seeking actors and dancers for its two-year performance research project "The Dynamics of Metamorphosis" led by Paweł Passini, Elżbieta Rojek, Przemysław Wasilkowski and the ensemble of neTTheatre (Teatr w Sieci Powiązań).
- Candidates must be between 20–35 years old, have the ability to work with words, be physically fit and musical.
- Please send your application, CV and 3–5 recent photos by 27 April 2012 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will get back to you by 7 May 2012.
"The Dynamics of Metamorphosis" is a performance research project that seeks to reconstruct the repertoire of ancient actors’ skills, particularly the impersonation and transformation. In the light of our 10-year performance experience and from the perspective of working with source material, we see metamorphosis as a key concept for the understanding of phenomena in Greek theatre and its constitutive actor-chorus-spectator relationship.
phone 0 48 665 503 111
Open call for artworks on the theme of 'flotsam and jetsam’ with focus on the found object, scrap and ephemera and the use of everyday objects and materials.
Artists are invited to submit existing works relevant to this theme for consideration. Artworks from all disciplines are welcomed. Submissions should include images of up to 3 works (max) a short statement about the works and a short bio and artist’s CV.
Email submissions only to flotsamandjetsam562[@]gmail.com
Deadline April 27th
Sample-Studios, 2nd Floor,
Former Government Buildings,
Sullivan's Quay, Cork.
You will be curating our website's Fiction section for Europe and the USA. You will also be writing articles about American and European literature and culture. Excellent English is a prerequisite and a degree in American or European literature is essential. The internship is partly office-based. You have to have your own laptop. You will learn how to curate books use a CMS gain experience of e-commerce and have your articles published on our site.
The Culture Trip is an exciting, young and global company. You will join a dynamic and international team and acquire a whole set of desirable and transferable skills and build up a robust portfolio of published writing.
Kernel festival aimes to be a new multi-disciplinary link between electronic sound and music, digital and interactive art, audiovisual mapping and temporary architecture. An event that gets together renowned artists and emerging young talents in an open platform, to create a contamination between different artistic languages and historical location full of charm.
Villa Tittoni Traversi
Via G. M. Lampugnani 68
20832 Desio (MB)
T. +39 039 59 64 994
12th ASTRA FILM FESTIVAL will take place between 15 and 21 October 2012.
ASTRA FILM FESTIVAL is a major event in the European film community. The Festival is located in Sibiu – Romania, and it is unique in this part of Europe. Besides the four AFF Competition Sections, it offers a variety of programs showing the diversity and the current tendencies of documentary film.
AFF SIBIU is the place to see great documentaries, to feel the pulse of Romanian and Eastern European documentary film production meet fellow-filmmakers from around the world, debate upon major issues faced by documentarists while exposing real life and real people on the big screen, and interact with professionals and with an enthusiastic audience.
Masterclasses, panels, concerts, and other parallel events complete the AFF SIBIU 2012 program.
The Young Masters Art Prize looks for artists who combine innovation with awareness of the Old Masters and the art of the past. ‘Old Masters’ in the meaning of the prize refers not just to Europe but also to wider, global artistic traditions, ranging from the pyramids of Egypt to the building of the Taj Mahal and later.
The Young Masters Art Prize is open to artists living in the UK and overseas, both in Europe and further afield. We welcome artists working in a vast range of practices: painting, sculpture and installation, printmaking, drawing, video and sound. The Young Masters Art Prize aims to give global recognition to artists in the early stages of their career.
An application fee of £15 .
1. Welcome party (half day)
2. Courtesy visit to the prefectural governor’s office (upon arrival, half day)
3. Courtesy visit to the mayor’s office (upon arrival and departure, half day each)
4. Press club interview at the prefectural government (half day)
5. Day trip around Ibaraki sightseeing spots (1 day)
6. Open Studio (around 6 times during the stay. Not consecutive 8 days as exhibition)
7. Local / Community / Public program such as talk, workshop etc.
Since the year 2010, ARCUS Project artist-in-residence program has focused more on the “process” of activities. Therefore, we are looking for a project which does not regard final presentation as a goal, but tries to conduct a site-specific research / project within a certain period of time. It is also expected that the research / project is open to the local community for sharing the process and collaboration. The proposed projects are supposed to be temporary works with which the applied area can be returned to its original state. Since our program is aimed at promoting international exchanges, applicants should possess national of a country other than Japan. Not more than one artist will be selected from one country / region.
Founded in 1987, the independent curatorial training program, the École du Magasin, was set up to provide a professional environment for a rigorous combination of research and practice. Since its inception, emphasis has been placed on the exhibition as an open platform in which different fields or strategies of representation can be drawn upon. The École encourages various curatorial approaches that include not only how a project takes form but also how aesthetics can be combined with the aim of providing information; how to take into account and integrate newly developed network cultures and technology; how a curatorial project can be understood in a given context; and, finally, how an exhibition can express the identity of a collective and the cohesiveness of a group project.
École du Magasin
155 cours Berriat
F- 38000 Grenoble
Lore Gablier / Coordinator
T. + 33 (0)4 76 21 64 75
This call is for 15 artists to contribute an artwork, in any media, that fits into a tinfoil Take-Away container.
ArtWash will photograph the work and compile a Chinese style menu that will be on display in the take-out as well as on-line at the ArtWash web-site a week prior to the evening.The artist determines whether they want their work to be entered on the menu as- Starter / Main-dish or Dessert.
The event will take place on the 12th of June 2012, at Tsangs Kitchen, Oxford/ uk
Sadly ArtWash is unable to offer a fee for the work, we will however cover p&p and offer exposure through http://www.artwash.co.uk/index.htm as well as publicity through the Oxford Playhouse Theatre collaboration.
ArtWash is an artist led association that makes art and events happen. ArtWash was founded in 2003 by Kay Sentence; joined later by Barry Reeves and Ann Rapstoff. ArtWash has been providing a platform for artists to present experimental work in progress and completed work in unconventional spaces and contexts. It makes links with artists and supports them in presenting their work. The ArtWash team have worked in the South East with regional national and international artists. ArtWash audiences are usually small and intimate; the team offers artists feedback and supports dialogue concerning the development of work.
For more information and postal details please email:
maHKU offers one-year Master of Art programs in visual art or design. These programs offer seminars, workshops, and tutorials where artists, architects, communication design professionals, curators, editorial designers, interior designers, philosophers, public space designers, and visual culture theorists share their knowledge, creativity, and professional and topical insights with maHKU students.
maHKU's Master programs focus on:
- professional depth
- development of discipline-specific discourses
- individual research trajectories
- expansion of knowledge in visual and theoretical work
- novel fields of artistic research
maHKU Master Degrees
maHKU Master degrees are internationally acknowledged and accredited by the Open University Validation Services in London (OUVS).
Information and Application
Application and admission during the year. Ultimate deadline April 30, 2012
For more information and application see http://www.mahku.nl or email@example.com
Applications should include the following details:
- contact information: name, address, e-mail, phone
- brief informative curriculum vitae (max. 1 page)
- information if you are applying as an artist or curator and which course you would choose
- letter of intent explaining why you apply, what you expect from taking part in the course and why you think you are qualified for participation (max. 5000 letters)
Applications are accepted by e-mail, until 30 April 2012.
For further questions please contact Mrs. Mirjam Paninski / tranzit.at: office(at)tranzit.org
ERSTE Foundation is the main partner of tranzit.
ERSTE Foundation offers four fellowships for young artists and four fellowships for emerging curators from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia to take part in a course of their choice at the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts in Salzburg 2012.
In 2012, the participants can choose from a wide range of courses taking place at Summer Academy Salzburg, during July-August 2012. The curators have the option to choose between two courses – one being run by Maria Lind & Juan A. Gaitan, and the other one, by the curatorial collective What, How & For Whom / WHW.
The Fellowships for Curators and Artists at Salzburg Summer Academy:
- are designed for artists and curators at the beginning of their career.
- address candidates who are from Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovak Republic.
- cover room and board, travel expenses and the participation fee for the course.
- are worth between EUR 1,300 and 1,600 each, depending on the different length
Are you a choreographer, dancer, filmmaker or multi-media artist looking to expand your scope?
Joint Adventures is calling for submissions for the fifth Choreographic Captures Competition, which encourages artists to explore "new aesthetic approaches and visual languages for choreography and film" in a 60-second-long "ad format" film.
The project is also supported by the German Federal Cultural Foundation, but is open to artists from all over the world.
The first Choreographic Captures Competition began with the motto "Art for those who didn't ask for it!" Though the audience of art shown in a museum or a gallery is an audience that has specifically sought out an artistic experience, the winning entries from Choreographic Captures will be shown at partner theaters between film ads. Though entries will have been shot in the form of a classic advertising clip - their intent is not to sell a product, but to make an artistic statement, or perhaps just to share a moment of beauty.
Winners will be awarded during the Munich Filmfest, taking place from June 29 to July 7, 2012.
JOINT ADVENTURES – Walter Heun
Along its editions, the Digital Art Festival [Festival de Arte Digital – FAD] has become one of the biggest and most important platforms, focused not only on the enjoyment, but also on promoting the thinking on the digital art produced around the world. During its five editions, 220 artists from 20 countries have passed by the festival. The selection process for 2012 is open, and the artists interested must sign-up until April 30th.
This year, FAD looks for artists who are creating new forms of interface and interactivity, which may or may not be done via computer. Works that are within this theme will be given priority in the selection, but works connected to other areas of art and technology will also be accepted nevertheless. Selected artists will have their works exposed throughout the month of September at the Inimá de Paula Museum [Museu Inimá de Paula], in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Apply now to win a 30 day free residency at Can Serrat International Art Center, located in the natural park of the Montserrat mountains, just 40 km away from Barcelona!
Each year, Can Serrat International Art Center offers 2 Visual Art Full Stipends which entitle the winners to a 30-day residency including free accomodation in shared room, breakfast and dinner (except Sundays), and shared access to studio space. The residency is open to visual artists in all fields, regardless of nationality or age. The AIR are responsible for all extra personal living expenses such as lunch, art supplies, travel and insurance costs, telephone charges and any other expenses occured during their stay.
Each recipient may choose a 30-day time slot within the same calendar month, dating up to 12 months from the time of original notification (assuming space is available at that time).
All chosen candidates have the opportunity to do an exhibition at the center at the end of their residency and are asked to leave one piece of work as a donation to Can Serrat's permanent collection.
Visual Artists Full Stipend Candidates are asked to email from April 1st to April 30th at firstname.lastname@example.org
More information and how to apply at http://www.canserratart.com/
The Node Center for Curatorial Studies Residency is a program lasting twelve intensive weeks, designed for international emerging curators who wish to expand their professional practice by developing projects in Berlin in a collaborative environment.
Node’s program has an emphasis on developing innovative practice that expands the mechanism beyond the traditional process and format of the art exhibition, generating new discursive possibilities. To this end, the program is underpinned by a philosophy of exploring different fields of knowledge outside of the traditional gallery context to adapt them to the curatorial praxis. This gives rise to the opportunity to experiment with challenging curatorial projects, while receiving professional feedback and technical support.
During the twelve weeks of the program, the resident curators enjoy a shared office as well as the necessary resources to deeply immerse them in Berlin's dynamic art scene. Residents participate in weekly activities programmed by Node such as artist studio visits, tours to exhibition spaces, networking events and workshops with a variety of experts and practitioners. The residency culminates in the development of a printed publication and the curation of a final show.
Participants are also encouraged to take an active role in developing the program and are welcome to arrange seminars, workshops, guest lectures, etc.
Duration of the Curatorial Residency Program: 12 weeks / 30 hours per week.
1 initial deposit of 720€
3 monthly payments of 770€
For further information please contact
A 4 month residency for artists, curators and critics at CAPACETE's residency in São Paulo, in 2012.
Application deadline: 30/04/2012
Residency period: september/december 2012;
Selection result: end of may 2012;
No age limit;
All travel and living costs are covered by the program + 24 Eruos/day as perdiems;
The application is open to individuals and groups;
No budget for production is offered - this is a reflection and process based residency;
A workshop and/or a public open talk is requested;
Candidates that are not of german origin can apply, nevertheless it has to be proven that they live for at least three years in germany;
*For application please fill attached form;
*Applications should be sent to residencia[@]capacete.net
CAPACETE/Goethe is an international residency for german artists in São Paulo, Brazil.
CAPACETE/Goethe goal is to foster new relationships, cultural exchange and creative production, as well as linking artists with the leading contemporary art context and institutions in the city of São Paulo;
CAPACETE/Goethe is dedicated to supporting its resident artists in their projects and in the creation of new works of art through 4-month long research-residencies. All of the artists’ expenses are covered, including airfare. They will be introduced to the local art scene through a program of meetings, studio visits and talks. The selected artists are expected to hold public presentations of their work, to be designed according to the agenda of CAPACETE and Goethe;
A committee composed of Capacete members and Goethe Institute will select the resident.
Call for applications for ARCUS project 2012 IBARAKI ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAMME, Japan. Open to emerging contemporary and visual artists, interested in process-based, community collaborative work.
Artist-in-residence program of ARCUS Project which aims to support the artistic activities of emerging artists was launched in 1994 by Ibaraki Prefectural Government as its main organizer. In its 18 years history, ARCUS Project has invited 82 artists from 26 countries / regions, and supported their artistic projects and researches during the residence. A number of previous residency artists are now known as cutting- edge artists in international art scene.
Since the year 2010, ARCUS Project artist-in-residence program has focused more on the “process” of activities. Therefore, we are looking for a project which does not regard final presentation as a goal, but tries to conduct a site-specific research / project within a certain period of time. It is also expected that the research / project is open to the local community for sharing the process and collaboration. The proposed projects are supposed to be temporary works with which the applied area can be returned to its original state. Since our program is aimed at promoting international exchanges, applicants should possess national of a country other than Japan. Not more than one artist will be selected from one country / region.
Working alongside Curatorial colleagues, you will develop and extend the Interpretation Programme across all media and working across Tate sites. This will include: co-ordinating the management, planning, delivery, monitoring and evaluation of all forms of interpretation, alongside the convenor; liaising with Media and Audiences colleagues around the provision of digital and multimedia material; working with Learning colleagues to create interpretive resources for specific audiences and; line managing an Assistant Curator and supervising freelancers working on the Interpretation Programme.
Tate’s Adult Programmes create events to develop and deepen public engagement with art. We develop partnerships which actively involve people with contemporary culture through exciting and inspiring programmes for local, national and international audiences. We are looking for an experienced Curator to develop our cross-site programme at Tate Modern and Tate Britain.