• Total cost of the three month residency is €675
(this is paid in 3 instalments of €225 at the beginning of each month)
• Deposit: 100 € (returned to the resident upon departure)
deadline for application
Applications for the residency period from 4th August to 31st October will be accepted until 27th May 2012 (closing time for applications - 6pm, Berlin)
In order to apply you must provide the following:
• A completed application form - Personal data / CV / written interview
• PDF with examples of recent works (between 5 to 10 works) max 10 MB, must be send via www.berlinerpool.wetransfer.com to email@example.com
Decisions will be announced on 3rd June.
culturia has been building its networks since 2005 and has progressively changed from a residency using temporary spaces in Berlin to develop into an experimental place where the practice of exploring artistic process became the concept.
The main point of the program is to enhance the internal development of the artist during the short-term residency, which can be more valuable than a production of new objects.
Artists and researchers. No restrictions on media.
This one year course is suitable for individuals interested in working in a range of diverse settings, that are educational, participatory or collaborative in nature. The programme attracts students who have an undergraduate qualification in art and design or related areas and who intend to develop a practice that places participation, education and/or social engagement centrally.
On completion of the one-year Graduate Diploma course, students may choose to progress to masters level through a second year of study, linked to the MA in Visual Arts Education (MAVA) programme.
For more information contact: Course Coordinator Fiona Whelan at whelanf(@)ncad.ie
The Residency Program allows for focused work, uninterrupted by the professional and personal demands of daily life. In addition to time for dedicated work on individual projects and for reflection during the day, building new connections and collegial interaction with other residents is a defining characteristic of the Bellagio experience.
During a residency, people of diverse expertise and backgrounds come together in a thought-provoking, creative, collegial environment that helps create change and have impact on a wide range of world issues. Residents include an international group of academics, writers, artists, scientists, journalists, non-governmental organization practitioners, researchers, and policymakers. Meals and informal presentations of residents' work afford an opportunity for dynamic discussion and engagement with each other. The combination of quiet time for individual, focused work and connections with such a diverse community is unparalleled.
The Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center’s mission is to promote innovation, creativity, and impact-oriented solutions to critical global problems. Residencies and conferences at the Center, located in Northern Italy, support work in the Foundation’s key issue areas: global health; climate change resilience; urbanization; social and economic security; as well as food, water, and housing. In addition, the Center welcomes proposals from all fields that advance the Foundations’ long-standing mission to promote the well-being of humankind.
To apply, and for more information, please visit http://www.rockefellerfoundation.org/bellagio-center
Residencies run from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013
The Harvestworks New Works Program offers commissions of up to $5000 to make a new work in our Technology, Engineering, Art and Music (TEAM) lab. Each artist receives up to a $2000 artist fee with the balance of the award used for the TEAM lab activities. The artist works with a team comprised of Harvestworks’ Project Manager and consultants, technicians or instructors.
New works may include multiple channel audio or video installations, interactive performance systems, data visualization or projects involving hardware hacking, circuit bending or custom built interfaces, as well as projects that use the web. Up to 12 residencies will be selected (depending on project size and funding) along with up to five $1000 project scholarships. Priority will be given to the creative use of the Harvestworks' production facility and the innovative use of sound and/or picture. Emerging artists and artists of color are encouraged to apply.
Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center
596 Broadway, #602
New York, New York 10012
United States of America
Taking place each July it is an artist-led initiative which strives to provide a meeting place for artists working in “traditional” visual disciplines (painting, fine print, drawing, sculpture). It brings together up to 12 artists of all nationalities for 10 days to work, exchange dialogue and experiment in a way that is mutually beneficial. LindArt is by now recognized as a unique and highly valued opportunity for emerging artists to examine their practice in critically engaged global contexts.
The artists are invited to move away from their habitual practice in terms of materials and style and to show a genuine willingness to place themselves and their practice into question; truly explore areas of artistic and cultural uncertainty and seek creative solutions through the collaboration and, exchange cultural/artistic dialogue that is the hallmark of the Workshop.
AMA supports mobility within the African continent by providing the costs of travel, visa and travel insurance for the duration of stay.
AMA supports all artists and cultural operators living and working in Africa for travels within and between the African regions.
It supports the travel of artists and cultural professionals working in the following artistic fields:
- Performing arts : theatre, dance, story telling...etc
- Visual arts
Art Moves Africa (AMA) aims to facilitate cultural and artistic exchanges within the African continent. AMA offers travel funds to artists, arts professionals and cultural operators living and working in Africa to travel within the continent in order to engage in the exchange of information, the enhancement of skills, the development of informal networks and the pursuit of cooperation.
ART MOVES AFRICA (AMA) a.i.s.b.l
Ms Khadija El Bennaoui, Coordinator
Tel.: +27318135226 / +32476676149
Applications & inquiries about AMA grants must be sent to : applications(@)artmovesafrica.org
From May 27th through June 8th 2012 Morgenvogel Real Estate (Maria-Leena Räihälä and Manuel Bonik) presents the Morgenvogel Church at the Zionchurch in Berlin Mitte. Part of the program is the third edition of Flying Films Festival, which takes place on Sunday June 1st und again is devoted to the subject of flying. Video and other artists are invited to present their observations and imaginations on birds, but also on insects, clouds, rockets or UFOs at FFF.
If you have questions please write to Lars Künstler: flyingfilms[@]videokuenstler.de
Our guest curators are Kevin Merz and Lars Künstler.
Kevin Merz, born 1978, has directed and created many experimental
video works and documentaries for the last 10 years. His works have
been awarded in several international festivals.
Lars Künstler is a media designer and filmmaker. In
addition to his experimental video work, he is active
professionally in the areas of branding, music video,
advertising and media installation. He is a member of the
visual-media collective 43Characters
which deals with silent film
accompaniment and live-remix.
With kind support of
British Council, Berlin
Botschaft von Finnland / Embassy of Finland, Berlin
Österreichische Botschaft / Austrian Embassy, Berlin
Geier-Tronic Videotechnik, Berlin
newthinking communication, Berlin
Rhizome seeks an Editorial Fellow from June through September 2012. The Fellow will support the editorial department at Rhizome through research and writing for the website. This position is a unique opportunity for a person with strong dedication to the fields of contemporary art and technology to further develop professional skills.
The Editorial Fellow must be based in New York and must be able to commit to 16 hours of work per week for 3 months, beginning in Summer 2012. This position is unpaid, but academic credit may be arranged. The Editorial Fellow will coordinate and assist in production of Rhizome's website and weekly newsletter Rhizome News. Fellow will support daily publishing and maintenance of the blog, as well as researching and writing editorial essays, reviews, and opinion pieces.
Candidates must have a high level of familiarity with contemporary art and new media. Education or advanced experience beyond the undergraduate level is preferred. The candidate must have very strong writing, editing, and analytical skills, and very high internet literacy.
Starting date is June 4, 2012.
Please email a cover letter, resume or c.v., two references, and three writing samples (url or attachment) to Joanne McNeil at:
The festival is independent, rigorous and productive - an open platform; an arena for criticality as well as propositions. As a result of the continuing actuate social, economic, democratic, environmental and spatial deficits/crisis’s and revolutions, we are seeking submissions from individuals, groups from across the globe that are addressing the severals topics.
It is free to apply and participate in the festival.
This Is Not A Gateway, an independent organisation that brings together critically engaged people, is seeking submissions for its 4th annual festival. Proposals are welcome from anybody whose point of reference is ‘the city’.
29th November - Sunday 2nd December 2012
1st SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 01 May 2012
2nd SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 30 July 2012
PROGRAMME ANNOUNCED: 01 September 2012
This Is Not A Gateway,
Unit 24 Myrdle Court
´temporary home´ is a interdisciplinary arts and culture initiative which actively explores concepts of 'home' in its broader sense. The 2012 edition home in crisis asks how situations of crisis affect the notions, needs and desires of home. The project runs for six weeks from July 1st – August 24th, 2012, parallel to the upcoming documenta13 in Kassel, Germany. During this time, ´temporary home´ literally manifests as a real home for a group of international creatives who will live and work together in a joint investigation, the lived-in installation. The project starts July 1st with a two-week 'construction of home' phase, followed by one month of occupancy (starting July 13th) featuring an ongoing cultural program with art exhibition, performances, music, theatre display, movie nights, discussions, and the creation of space for social interaction and experimentation. All events will be non-for-proft and open to the public.
We invite creative individuals or groups to become part of the lived-in installation temporary home and to develop and present their own concepts about ´home in crisis´ in Kassel, 2012. Applicants for a residency in the context of temporary home should be prepared to join a creative social setting rather then present in a conventional art show. Candidates should be willing to physically reside within the project for a period of one or two weeks and to actively share a social home with other residents, attendees, and visitors.
Please send your proposal via e-mail to:
The Harvestworks Artist In Residence is a national program offers American artists commissions of up to $5000 to make a new work in our Technology, Engineering, Art and Music (TEAM) lab. New works may include multiple channel audio or video installations, interactive performance systems, data visualization or projects involving hardware hacking, circuit bending or custom built interfaces, as well as projects that use the web. A limited number of scholarships and Technology Lab Workspace Residencies will be awarded. Emerging artists and artists of color are encouraged to apply. Residencies run from July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013. Please note that there is a $5 fee to be paid upon submission.
Only for american artists!
596 Broadway, #602
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 Learning aims to offer the highest quality programme with an international reputation, developed by the most expert team that has a profound understanding of both art and how to design and implement programmes that maximise learning experiences. As Curator: Interpretation you will generate high quality and innovative interpretation to help visitors engage with the Collection displays and Tate’s exhibitions.
European Cultural Foundation initiate and support cultural exchange and creative expression across wider Europe. They do this because culture inspires, empowers and engages people to create democratic societies.
The Collaboration Grant scheme provides funding for cross-border cultural
activities for organisations working with partners across wider Europe.
The call for applications opened at 09.30 (CET) on 20 February and closes
at 17.00 (CET) on 2 May 2012. This year, ECF is issuing just one call for
Collaboration Grants instead of two - so start planning your application
You can apply online until 2 May 2012:
European Cultural Foundation
Jan van Goyenkade 5
1075 HN Amsterdam
T +31 (0)20 5733868
F +31 (0)20 675223
In the summer of 2011, co-founders Chris Bogia and Evan J. Garza organized the inaugural summer program of the Fire Island Artist Residency (FIAR) with support from The Long Island GLBT Services Network, the Knapp-Swezey Foundation, Visual AIDS,
and the generosity of Percy Steinhart, Paul Underwood, Rod Sayegh, and individual donors. FIAR was founded to provide free live/work space for practicing and emerging queer contemporary artists while immersed in the decades-old GLBT community of Fire Island.
Summer 2012 Artist-in-Residency Program
July 20 – August 17, 2012
Cherry Grove, a community of Fire Island, NY
FIAR provides free room and board and stipends for all meals.
$25 Application Fee
Fire Island Artist Residency
34 Stuyvesant Street
New York, NY 10003
From April 4 - May 2, 2012, apexart will accept 500-word creatively written proposals describing your idea for an exhibition. The proposal should be clearly written, with the major emphasis on explaining the concept, as the only instructions given to the more than 100 jurors from around the world is to, 'identify the best exhibitions.' The city for the exhibition must be listed as well as the curator/organizer's location of residence. Often there is a greater effect when exhibitions take place outside of a city center, where fewer people are involved in the commercial art world.
Two winners selected by a 'crowd sourcing' method will be in charge of a one-month apexart franchise with an up to $8,000 exhibition budget, an honorarium for the essay and organization of the show, and complete creative control with a few apexart guidelines. We will also provide the necessary guidance and administrative support to make the exhibition happen as successfully as past exhibitions in Jordan, Johann
We will also provide the necessary guidance and administrative support to make the exhibition happen as successfully as past exhibitions in Jordan, Johannesburg, Stockholm, Los Angeles, Bangkok, and Mexico City. apexart will also print a mini-catalog in an edition of 9,000 with an essay from the curator that is distributed around the world to more than 100 countries and available online with all contacts, reviews, and press images.
The Franchise is an opportunity to bring an idea to fruition in a new place and to confirm that the center of the world is wherever you are.
291 Church Street
New York, NY 10013
Lago Film Fest
International Festival of Short Films, Documentaries and Screenplays
20-28 July 2012
• Discipline: Film, Media, Video
• frequency: Yearly
• Paid by artist: No entry fee
• Paid by host: Yes (under RPFF terms)
• Further info: For more information and to submit an online submissions form please visit http://regentparkfilmfestival.com/submissions.html
Each year we program films in three separate categories:
SCHOOL PROGRAM: For Grade 1-8 addressing themes of difference, racial diversity, bullying, gender identity, poverty, health, and other issues relevant to youth.
GENERAL PROGRAM: RPFF seeks works made by filmmakers from multi-cultural and/or Aboriginal backgrounds and/or films that celebrate difference and solidarity, immigrant experiences, urbanization, inner city issues, cultural identity and multicultural relationships.
YOUTH PROGRAM: Films made by youth ages 26 and under will be considered for Community Stories, our youth media art program, that encourages self-representation and seeks to promote dialogue with guest youth filmmakers from other parts of the World
Regent Park Film Festival
November 2-5, 2011
401 Richmond St W. 3rd floor Suite 354
In 2012 the competition is open for cultural cooperation with the Republic of South Africa.
The selected cooperation projects need to include at least three cultural operators, from at least three eligible countries and at least one organisation from the selected Third Country and/or involve cultural activities carried out in the selected Third Country.
Eligibile countries: European Union member states, Republic of South Africa, Serbia, Croatia, Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Albania.
Projects duration: maximum 24 months.
Funding between EUR 50.000 and maximum EUR 200.000 is available, but EU support is limited to maximum 50% of the total eligible cost.
More info: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/culture/funding/2012/call_strand_135_2012_en.php
European Commission / Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
This funding opportunity is part of the Culture Programme of the EU and it supports cultural cooperation projects aimed at cultural exchanges between the countries taking part in the Programme and so called „Third Countries”, which have concluded association or cooperation agreements with the EU, provided that the latter contain cultural clauses. Every year one or more Third Country(ies) is/are selected for that particular year.
EUNIC is delighted to present the Curatorial Exchange Programme 2012 for internship in European museums and galleries.
Education and professional development of the new generation of young curators is now a top priority for the Russian cultural organisations, as well as for related professional associations. Therefore, EUNIC has developed a project that gives its participants a unique opportunity to advance in career, study the European art market and build new professional contacts in Austria, Germany, France, Sweden, the UK and other countries. Young Russian curators will get internships (from 3 weeks to 2 months) in the leading museums and contemporary art galleries in Europe.
The programme is designed for young people who already have experience in curatorial work in the field of contemporary art. We hope that the outcome of this long-term project will be participants’ qualification update and establishment of professional contacts between the countries.
Curators for internship will be selected after the competition among application forms sent from 15 March till 4 May 2012 to curatorialexchange[@]gmail.com, and the following interviews with candidates. The internships will take place in different time set by the countries leading the project.
Full information about the project as well as the application can be dowloaded below. Internship programmes for all counties will be available on EUNIC web-site after 1 April 2012.
As Project Assistant, you’ll provide comprehensive administrative support to the Exhibitions and Displays Curator. You’ll work with external and internal members of the delivery team to support the successful planning and delivery of the project. This will involve liaising with all contractors, advisors and suppliers including Liverpool City Council, Sky, the architect commissioned to design the installation and the artist.
Tate Liverpool is one of the largest galleries of modern and contemporary art outside of London, showing the Tate Collection in new and innovative ways alongside special exhibitions of international art.
Tate Liverpool is partnering with Sky Arts to produce a new project, the ‘Sky Arts Ignition Series’, commissioning a new piece of public art from US artist Doug Aitken. Aitken is at the forefront of 21st Century art and communication and this will be his first installation in the UK public realm. His work will be unveiled during, and form a part of, the seventh Liverpool Biennial, the largest contemporary art festival in the UK.
This is a great opportunity for 10 artists/companies wishing to develop new, small-medium scale touring work for the outdoors.
Not only will the selected productions be presented on the Southbank at Watch This Space Festival, National Theatre and Stockton International Riverside Festival but each project will receive a development fund of £2k along with the chance to win either an Audience or Jury cash prize of £1000 as well as additional bookings at Watch This Space and London Pleasure Gardens later on in the summer.
This initiative aims to provide UK based artists working in the outdoor arts sector the opportunity to develop new small-medium scale projects. Gi20 will also nurture emerging companies and established artists from a range of art forms (circus, theatre, dance or visual arts) who are interested in creating work for the outdoors for the first time.
Gi20 provides an environment for artists to learn from experienced leaders in the field, the opportunity to present their work in front of UK programmers and mentoring and production support in order to develop successful touring projects.
More information: http://www.remarkableproductions.org/gi20/
For nothing – Movie Night on May 19th we now open the call for
contextual contributions to be sent until May 6th. There is no limit,
except that videos must be formatted to play on a standard consumer DVD
player with a P.A. and should be relatively short in length, as we look
forward to an exciting variety and want to show as many films as
possible – but the selection criteria is of course dealing with the
concept of nothing.
geh8 art space and studios e.V.
01127 Dresden Pieschen
e-mail address: mail[@]geh8.de
location: Dresden, Germany
web address: http://geh8.de/
Discipline: sound art, video
offered program: Movie Night on May 19th
Paid by artist: -
Paid by host: -
Candidates (who must hold at least a M.A. level degree in social sciences, art & humanities, or public policy research, and must be no older than 35 at the time of applying) will be assessed according to their qualifications, the relevance and innovation behind their research project to cultural policy issues, and their vision of how policy recommendations could be implemented.
The six finalists which are selected amongst all the CPRA applicants will be invited to attend the Young Cultural Policy Researchers Forum (YCPR Forum). Funded by the ECF and Riksbanken, and developed in partnership with ENCATC, the 6th YCPR Forum (11-12 September 2012) will take place alongside the 20th ENCATC Annual Conference (12-14 September) in London and will provide young cultural researchers with the chance to come together face to face and discuss themes, ideas and methodologies of common interest with ENCATC members and major stakeholders.
The Cultural Policy Research Award was launched in 2004 by the European Cultural Foundation (ECF) and the Riksbankens Jubileumsfond, and since 2008, is developed in partnership with and managed by ENCATC. Through the CPRA annual competition, the programme partners aim to encourage and enable cultural policy researchers to undertake comparative and cross-cultural applied research that can inform policymaking and benefit practitioners active in the field. The Award is devoted to innovative research projects which shed light on contemporary European cultural issues and challenges.
The high profile international yury includes: Lluís Bonet – President (University of Barcelona, Spain), Eleonora Belfiore (University of Warwick, UK), Jacques Bonniel (Université Lyon 2, France), Timo Cantell (City of Helsinki Urban Facts, Finland), Sanjin Dragojevic (University of Zagreb, Croatia), Mikhail Gnedovsky (Cultural Policy Institute, Russia), Therese Kaufmann (eipcp, Austria).
Aid for training, research or personal projects which conclude Visual arts grants, requirements. Botín Foundationwith the organisation of the Itineraries Exhibition and the publication of a catalogue.
The scholarships are available to people of any nationality, although candidates must be between 23 and 40 years old except for research scholarships.
INFORMATION AND SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS: from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fundación Botín.
We are looking for someone to join us in the project management of activities for 2012 and 2013 at Köpenickerstr.36/38, Kreuzberg Berlin. As well as project management there is the potential to make your own work within the context of the Wasteland Twinning network. We all have our own practices within the project and encourage this. We welcome applications from artists, scholars and practitioners across different disciplines interested in transdisciplinary research, theory and practice. Successful candidates are encouraged to be an integral part of the Wasteland Twinning network and propose new ventures for the network and users.
An interest in the project concept.
Fluent in German and English both speaking and writing.
Proficient at project management, budgeting, networking, email, skype-meetings.
We would expect you to work a minimum of 1 day a week (in reality probably more.
The position is currently unpaid, but this would change depending on funding outcomes.
Washington Project for the Arts is pleased to announce a call for submissions for Coup d’Espace, its member-generated programming series. By inviting member artists and curators to plan installations, exhibitions, and events in its office project space, WPA provides a venue for unusual collaborations, exploration of new concepts, and the production of new and experimental work. Coup d’Espace allows artists and curators to utilize the WPA office as a laboratory or workshop space, to introduce new and in-process projects and present challenging ideas.
Artists and curators are invited to submit proposals that outline a project, exhibition, event or other activity to take place in the WPA office at 2023 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, DC. If accepted proposals include events, those events may take place anytime during the day, evening, or on a weekend. Accepted proposals which take the form of exhibitions will run for 3 to 4 weeks and be open to the public during WPA’s normal office hours, Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6pm. Coup d’Espace projects accepted through this call will be presented between July 2012 and November 2012.
Questions should be directed to Blair Murphy:
Tyneside Cinema is excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for the Pixel Palace Artist in Residence programme 2012 in collaboration with The Factory.
The residency offer is to artists of international calibre working in new technologies and moving image with a focus on participatory practice that compliments and informs the current Pixel Palace programme. The residency will be an active period of time for an artist to develop exploratory/inquiry based work in collaboration with The Factory group. It is integral that skills and knowledge between the artist and the young people are shared through the atelier process, accommodating varying stages of development and interests within the group.
In addition, the artist will also have access to a residency space which will be shared with other artists and is based in the social environment of the cinema, creating opportunities to produce live events and develop formal and informal discussions.
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
- Materials/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.
Applications due: 7 May 2012
More info & how to apply at: http://www.thepixelpalace.org/opportunities
Artists, designers and restorers may apply for a short term or long term residency with the Danish Art Workshops (SVK) with a view to producing concrete projects. Please note: Non-Danish applicants must have a project related to cultural activities within Denmark.
SVK provides studios, special-purpose workshops, professional staff and fully equipped accommodation, thus providing a unique combination of facilities. As such, the SVK contributes in important ways to Danish cultural life and the arts.
Gammel Dok Pakhus
Strandgade 27 B
DK 401 Copenhagen K
Tel: +45 3296 0510
The programm of Sarajevo Talent Campus is open to young film professionals and film students in final years of their study from seventeen Southeast European countries. In addition to Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Hungary, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and Turkey, as of this year the participation has been extended to include four more countries from wider region: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia and Moldavia.
Sarajevo Talent Campus aims to enhance theoretical and practical education of young film professionals through its program of intensive workshops, lectures, panel discussions.
Young scriptwriters, directors, actors, producers and film critics from the region are invited to submit their applications.
Sarajevo Talent Campus will provide free accommodation. A share of travel expenses will be reimbursed to the selected participants not residing in the city of Sarajevo.
No Entry Fee!
Sarajevo Film Festival recently launched a new call for entries for emerging filmmakers from Southeast Europe to participate in Sarajevo Talent Campus.
Sarajevo Talent Campus is a seven-day creative and networking platform for up and coming and talented film professionals eager to learn from established film professionals willing to share their knowledge, taking place during and closely linked to all parts of the Sarajevo Film Festival.
The programme was launched in 2007 by the Sarajevo Film Festival and in cooperation with Berlin International Film Festival and Berlinale Talent Campus.
The 6th edition of the Sarajevo Talent Campus will take place from 8th till 14th July, 2012.
Obala Art Centar
Sarajevo Film Festival
Zelenih beretki 12/1
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Tel: +387 33 221 516 or +387 33 209 411
Fax: +387 33 263 381
We are happy to announce the Call for Applications for the International Summer School of Photography (ISSP) in Latvia, on 4-12 August 2012!
In 2012, ISSP will again offer six advanced workshops by an excellent collection of masters, in combination with series of exciting evening photography talks and portfolio reviews. Each ISSP student will prepare a project for a final exhibition.
For the second year in a row, ISSP will take place in Pelči (Pelzen) castle, near the charming medieval town of Kuldīga in Western Latvia.
Photographers of all backgrounds with a keen interest in photographic practice are encouraged to apply! The working language of ISSP is English. 60 participants (10-12 per workshop) will be selected based on their applications and submitted portfolios.
The ISSP 2012 participation fee is 500 EUR, including accommodation, full board and local transport during the school.
Taking place annually since 2006, ISSP has established itself as an important non-commercial education and networking platform for emerging photographers in Latvia and internationally - our students and teachers come from over 25 countries, 5 continents.
We are looking for a highly motivated and experienced Interim Director
to lead this vibrant arts organisation and ensure sustainability. You will be required to inspire and motivate external audiences and employees in the medium of printmaking and to deliver the workshops strategic plan.
This is an exciting opportunity to exercise your creative and communication skills in bringing the strategic plan to fruition and to achieve income expectations. If you are genuinely motivated by project and account management, achieving targets, have excellent communications skills and relish the challenge of building strong relationships, then we are interested in hearing from you.
Salary: £21,000-£24,500 pro rata
The Belfast Print Workshop, initially known as Endhouse Print Workshop, grew from the activities in the early seventies of a group of artists and printmakers who were interested in establishing a workshop in Belfast.
Belfast Print Workshop is the largest space in the North of Ireland where professional printmakers can share facilities, materials and ideas with each other. They have the opportunity to sell their prints through an integrated gallery and online to a worldwide audience.
Please forward your C.V. and letter of interest to Karen Daye-Hutchinson
The ideal candidate should possess:
2 years experience working in administration, background in arts administration / education preferable. Experience in fine art printmaking preferable but not essential. Must be willing to learn printmaking processes and techniques. Excellent organisational and interpersonal skills essential. Ability to work on own initiative. Proficient in Microsoft Office and working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and In Design. Experience of accounting procedures and packages would be an advantage.
For further information and/or a detailed job description please use the contact telephone and email below.
Application by CV and two referees. Deadline for application is 5pm Tuesday 8 May 2012. Interviews will take place Mon/Tues 21 / 22 May 2012.
Cork Printmakers is a specialist support organisation enabling the development of professional artistic practice. The workshop supports a high standard of printmaking and fosters excellence and innovation in contemporary print. Public appreciation and experience of printmaking is actively promoted through innovative education programmes which span all ages.
To provide appropriate support to the Director in relation to the administration of Cork Printmakers and to manage the range of activities the workshop provides for members and the public. The Assistant Director will report to the Director.
Clarkes Bridge, Cork
021 432 2422
Giant Step is a project organized for the purpose of discovering the place of the institution within contemporary culture. It involves two internationally established institutions, Van Abbemuseum | The Netherlands and MOSTYN | Wales, and two that are less connected to a rigid institutional structure, vessel | Italy and Galeria Labirynt | Poland. The main goal of this project is to establish possible roles that institutions could play in the cultural production of a specific area, in order to respond to the needs of the area itself. Taking into account the current political, economic, and social conditions, Giant Step aims to articulate institutional (ideal) types, which are put into a critical dialogue with existing institutions within the framework of four “nomad symposia”.
Applications and enquiries: please send a short proposal (up to 300 words) with bio to Vlad Morariu (v.morariu[@]lboro.ac.uk) who will also respond to all other enquiries.
Deadline for submissions: 9th of May2012
GIANT STEP 1: ENTER THE ARTWORLD?
MARGINAL ESTABLISHMENTS, COOPTATION AND RESISTANCE
Bari, Italy, 12th – 14th of June 2012
Organizer of the conference: vessel
Partners: European Cultural Foundation, Van Abbemuseum, Galeria Labirynt, MOSTYN | Wales, vessel, Politicized Practice Research Group (Loughborough University), The Romanian Institute for Culture and Humanistic Research of Venice
We invite proposals for papers of 20 minutes from academics, unaffiliated researchers, activists and artists, welcoming individual papers as well as group panels that respond to these and other conceptions that address the issue institutional criticism. The language of the conference is English. Possible research questions include, but are not limited to...
The conference is free of charge.
An introduction into 5D, 7D and 60D technology / Filming with DSLR Cameras.
Editing the Canon video-material (h.264) in Final Cut Pro ( and Adobe Premiere ).
max. 10 participants
*The Workshop is for free*
sa 12.05. + su 13.05. 2012 (11 to 5)
room 9 in UDK Hardenbergstrasse 33
Women Make Waves Film Festival, to be held in Taipei in October 2012, aims to celebrate the achievements of outstanding female talents, to explore different aspects of women's lives as well as to promote equality and rights of all genders. By covering a wide range of genres, issues, and representations of women, the Festival seeks to present and honor women’s survival wisdom and power as they are turned into films and gain mainstream recognition.
Submission to the festival is open to feature films, short films, documentaries, animation, experimental films and innovative visual productions for digital media.
Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival and the North East Photography Network are currently accepting proposals for a new, ambitious commission, to be presented as part of the Festival, 19th – 23rd September 2012.
Together, we expect to receive proposals from artists all over the World who are working across moving image and photography, or who have moved from one practice to the other, while the new commission will explore the overlapping terrains of moving and still images.
The selected proposal will be awarded £2,500 to cover artist fees and all production costs. In addition, the AV equipment needed to exhibit the work will be provided, as will technical help with install, and accommodation for the artist during the Festival.
For answers to any specific questions, please email Melanie Iredale, Director,
Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival at
The Open Society Documentary Photography Project and Arts and Culture Program announce a grant and training opportunity for documentary photographers from Central Asia, the South Caucasus, Afghanistan, Mongolia, and Pakistan.
The grant is being offered to:
- visually document issues of importance in the region; and
- provide training and support to photographers from the region.
Approximately 10 cash stipends in the amount of $3,500 each will be awarded to photographers to produce a photo essay on a current human rights or social issue in the region.
The grant will begin in November 2012 and end in June 2013.
Open Society Documentary Photography Project
We are looking for artists to facilitate workshops to produce
innovative artwork compatible with digital platforms. We are working with
a group of young people who will investigate social issues that are
important to their community. The young people will find out what matters
by interviewing people and groups in their area, and investigating their
community’s stories, emotions, history and future through varied art-forms
and community reporting.
This project is the first of a high-profile and national scheme which uses a digital platform for young people to research, connect, and share stories about their community. We are open to any ideas of how you as an artist can work with these young people to create a creative, exciting and innovative ppiece of community reporting for the web.
The initial projects take place in Manchester and Salford. The programme
is a joint partnership between Rathbone and Odd Theatre Company and is
funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.
Please submit your pitch to Rebecca by Thursday 10th May 5pm. Within your pitch please state what experience you have working with young people your art-form specialism and examples of your past achievements how you envisage your art-form to express the stories of the community and why you think young people will engage with this. Please ensure your end product will be something that can be showcased online.
Interviews will be held on 17 th May, and training for successful artists
will be delivered on 24 th May.
More info at www.oddtheatrecompany.com
Wie funktionieren Modelle, die zukunftstauglich sind, in einem Spannungsfeld zwischen Prekarität, Kreativwirtschaft und staatlicher Förderung?
Die Workshops beginnen jeweils um 14 Uhr und dauern jeweils dreieinhalb Stunden inkl. 30 Minuten Imbisspause. Die Zahl der TeilnehmerInnen ist begrenzt!
19. Mai | „Prekär/Produktiv“ | 14 Uhr
26. Mai | „Fans finanzieren Kultur“ | 14 Uhr
02. Juni | „Sozialarbeit Reloaded“ | 14 Uhr
09. Juni | „Was wollen wir vom Staat?“ | 14 Uhr
Anmeldungen bis zum 10. Mai unter:
Berliner Gazette e.V
The event is going to take place on May 11-12 at General Public in Schönhauser Allee 167, 10435 Berlin. On May 11 we are planning a common discussion on art production and collaborative strategies of networking with cultural producers based in Berlin, and on May 12 a series of open discussion as a reflection on distributed practices of networking as strategies of artistic production with particular focus on the status of network topologies in the field of economy, hacktivism and politics.
The first reSource event after transmediale 2k+12 will be focused on the idea of establishing a platform of networking and visibility for the local and translocal communities in Berlin. This event will be mainly directed to local actors and will be thought as an occasion to meet the people who showed interest in the reSource activity, answered to the statement of interest and took part at the previous reSource initiatives. The idea is to bring such people together, and collectively discuss various thematic issues proposed by the reSource curator and partners (in synchrony with the ones proposed by the programme team of transmediale 2k+13).
D - 10179 Berlin
tel: +49 (0)30 24 749 761
fax: +49 (0)30 24 749 763
As part of its 13th edition, FIMA (Montreal International Festival of Arts) invites artists multidisciplinary in performance and/or installation to submit PARTICIPATORY and INTERACTIVE projects for his ''Contemporary Experiences'' program. We will favor interactive or interventionist projects and disturbing performance.
The festival take place in St. Catherine street, it is a kind of fair with a lot of tourist.
The performance will take place on June 29, June 30 and July 1, 2012 from 2pm to 8pm.
Each project will receive a fee of performance support $300/day.
Financial assistance for transport / accommodation for artists who live outside Montreal
If you have questions, comments, or if the hyperlink does not work, write us at the following address:
If you are interested to participate in "Contemporary Experiences", please provide the following information via this hyperlink:
PlatteForum selects artists annually from applicants of all artistic genres. The six-ten week residency gives artists the time, support and space to advance their work. PlatteForum inspires them to take risks and explore new possibilities. Each resident dedicates time to groups of youth in Learning Labs or intensive workshops that build upon the ideas and forms of the resident artist. The Creative Resident also mentors ArtLab, PlatteForum’s internship program participants. The Creative Residency culminates in a performance or exhibition of the artist’s work presented in tandem with the youths’ work at our studio
PlatteForum is a member of the Alliance of Artist Communities, an international organization that advances creativity. In short, they are research-and-development labs for the arts.
1610 Little Raven Street, Suite 135
USA - Denver, CO 80202
Nothing is more beautiful!
Nothing seems to be more difficult to grasp or to represent then NOTHING, in case NOTHING exists.
Numerous artistic, philosophical and scientic works have always been dealing with/ or touched the subject NOTHING. For 2012, we're looking for exceptional works that dare the impossible, namely to approach NOTHING as close as feasible.
We are looking for artistic and scientific works, or works from interdisciplinary acting cooperations. Contributions may be elaborated by individuals or teams that have already passionately explored the topic of NOTHING.
Please submit your application/documentation together with the filled out pdf form until may 13th, 2012 (postal stamp deadline) to G.A.S. station Berlin. Please note that we can not return your application!
The concept of is a research project on the development and exploitation of artistic and scientific aspects and should promote mutual inspiration by means of thematic contact points. G.A.S-station is also a platform to develop and test new forms of art presentation, mediation and publication. The projects we initiate are designed on specific topics as well as cross-divisional. The topic is open to international tender and contributions from the different art forms, such as short film, installation, fine art, performance as well as scientific articles, literature, music, lectures, readings, accompanying texts and publications can be submitted on this subject.
10961 Berlin / Kreuzberg
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.
In 2012 flashlights workshops focus on the theme SPACE
Read more about the flashlights workshop on:
PLEASE REGISTER ONLINE >>> http://goo.gl/OaT8D
> deadline 13th May
> workshop language: German
> materialcost: 4 Euro (due at the day of the workshop)
> Participants: 8-10
LOCATION >> Stadtbad Wedding STTTBD, Gerichtstr. 65, 13347 Berlin, S-Bhf Wedding
Our perception is transmitting a steady and continuously updated flow of information as a basis for creating our consciousness and orientation. Trained constants of orientation within space are saved in our memory, as part of a common world knowledge. We relate to this knowledge during processes of imagination, planning and space-time reasoning. Hence orientation is generated as an individual achievement and a cognition gained by a subject actively engaged with its environment. The function of orientation is generated only through this interrelation.
Mental space is an ability which refers to cognition and contains subjective consciousness in the following dimensions:
1. Orientation referring to space
( look at the location of space, we will research this at our work location/work space in
2. Orientation referring to identity
How does space affect us and how far does our mental space reach out?
In ten 12min long sessions 10 curators review artists portfolios. 20 artists are selected- each artists meets 5 curators. The past two portfolio viewings have resulted in an overwhelming amount of collaborations, most of them solo shows and a few group shows.
Anna Catharina Gebbers- Bibliothekswohnung
Susanne Prinz - Verein für Kunst und Kultur am Rosa Luxemburg Platz
Maud Piquion- Art Manager, Curator
Christiane Rekade - oslo10 curator
Laura Schleussner - Kunstverein Göttingen
Peter Lang -independent curator
Kathrin Becker - Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.)
Gitte Bohr - independent curator duo
Joanna Warsza - independent curator (co-curator bb)
Megan Steinman - independent curator
Based on the structure of speed dating, curators are invited to review artists portfolios in 10 short sessions of 12min each.
Sunday 20.05 from 13 until 16:30h
in Verein für Kunst und Kultur am Rosa Luxemburg Platz, L40/ Linien Str 40
special thanks to Susanne Prinz
10 curators: Each curator reviews 10 portfolios.
20 artists: Each artist meets 5 curators.
Please note there is an application fee of 10 euro in support of bpigs and future projects like this.
Find out more and download application form online http://www.bpigs.com/projects/speed-portfolio-viewing-iii
The art project springhouse will take place in Dresden June 8th and 9th 2012. Artists of all disciplines (painting, sculpture, performing arts, music etc.) are invited into a private home in order to transform the house into a temporary space for the arts. They are challenged to relate to an intimate setting and to explore by means of their works the interchange between the arts and daily life. All space, including storage rooms, staircases and attic will be at disposal to the artists.
The house becomes an artistic place to live, sleep, eat, work and communicate about art and its strucures. It becomes a lab for work processes, transformed into a screen for play and projections, into a stage and a show room for the contemporary arts.
Anna Bründl | +49 (179)145 90 95
Sven Christian Schuch | +49 (163) 696 73 51
DIY is an opportunity for artists working in Live Art to conceive and run unusual training and professional development projects for other artists.
We want to hear from you if have an idea for an exciting, innovative and idiosyncratic Live Art professional development project that offers something new and is geared to the eclectic and often unusual needs of artists whose practices are grounded in challenging and unconventional approaches, forms and concepts.
We are planning to support eleven DIY projects that will take place between August and October 2012. Each project will receive £1,000 support.
DIY projects may take any form, and can be loosely or rigorously focused on an idea or theme of your choosing. However, we also welcome proposals that specifically respond to one of the following themes. Five of the nine DIY projects will be selected according to these opportunities:
1. Live Art, oil sponsorship and the Arab Spring
2. Live Art and Cornwall
3. Live Art and Whitstable Biennale
4. Live Art and Freedom
5. Live Art and Yorkshire Sculpture Park
6. Creating a space to fail.
Please see the full Call for Proposals for more information on these specific opportunities.
DIY 9 is a Live Art Development Agency initiative developed in collaboration with Abandon Normal Devices (North West), Artsadmin (national), Colchester Arts Centre (South East), Fierce (West Midlands), Live at LICA (North West), PLATFORM (national), Whitstable Biennale (South East), The Works: Dance and Theatre Cornwall and Yorkshire Sculpture Park (Yorkshire).
Projects will be specifically based in and/or stimulating and benefiting artists from the regions noted above. Projects may also be developed in collaboration with the DIY partner organisations in those regions.
More information, including application process, at:
Roundtable Projects is an open platform aimed at developing a collaborative network of interests and opportunities which can then materialise into cultural projects. We wish to listen to and bring together members of the Romanian community in the UK in order to stimulate the forming of creative partnerships for inter-disciplinary projects. We are also open to applications coming from non-Romanians, as long as a Romanian connection exists.
We invite you to submit proposals for open talks, exhibitions, seminars, or events you would like organise in partnership with RCC. You may either work alone or in groups (where at least one member is Romanian). Please send us your applications containing a draft outline in no more than 500 words of your project idea, budget and time schedule.
RCC will select a maximum of 10 proposals and invite the applicants for a roundtable discussion. Each applicant will have 5 minutes to pitch their project to the participants and a panel of RCC members. After the presentations, a vote will be held to select the two best proposals. Everyone can then vote for the best two projects, excepting their own.
What we offer:
An initial budget of £250
A beautiful exhibition/ event space located in central London
Working space and logistics
If the projects require additional resources, RCC and the project leaders will work together to secure funding.
Please email the complete application by 1:00 PM on 14th May 2012 to the Romanian Cultural Centre in London.
Click the following link to access the application form:
The purpose of this call for proposals is to support projects, which promote cooperation in the youth sector between Youth in Action Programme Countries and Partner Countries other than those which are neighbours of the European Union.
It is addressed to organisations working in the youth sector that are interested in running projects promoting cooperation in this field, involving youth workers and youth leaders, young people themselves and other actors involved in youth organisations and structures.
Deadline for submission of applications: 15 May 2012 (date of the postmark being conclusive)
Projects must start between 1 September 2012 and 31 December 2012
Duration minimum 6 months and maximum 12 months
For any queries, please contact:
The Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award (ALMA) is the world's largest prize for children's and young adult literature. The award, which amounts to SEK 5 million, is awarded annually to a single recipient or to several. Authors, illustrators, oral storytellers and those active in reading promotion may be rewarded. The award is designed to promote interest in children's and young adult literature, and in children's rights, globally. An expert jury selects the winners from candidates nominated by institutions and organisations worldwide. The Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award is administered by the Swedish Arts Council, and was founded by the Swedish government in 2002.
Nominating bodies around the world: http://www.alma.se/Documents/2012/Nominating%20bodies%20for%20the%202013%20award.pdf
More info: http://www.alma.se/en/About-the-award/
Swedish Arts Council (Kulturrådet) is a government authority whose principal task is to implement national cultural policy determined by the Parliament.
The Swedish Arts Council supports, develops and initiates interaction between the state, the regions, municipalities and representatives for cultural life in Sweden, e.g. libraries, museums and performing arts centres. The aim is to safeguard and develop Swedish national cultural policy, and to promote cultural diversity and an even geographical spread in cultural provision.
Participants will analyze a range of film scores exploring the ways in which music has been used, created and conceived, exploring atmosphere and mood, and depict setting, character and action. They will also discuss and examine the business and copyright aspects of film composing. Participants will study in-depth the aesthetics and functions of music composed to image, exploring the relationship(s) between composer and producers, directors, and music editors. They will also study and practice the use of main themes, underscoring and the harmonic languages of soundtracks, both in big- and small-screen contexts.
With the assistance of professional trainers-lecturers, 10 international shooting crews will create 10 short fiction movies. Professional trainers-lecturers will lead working groups through all stages of filmmaking stages: scriptwriting and development, shooting and editing, and presenting the films created during the SMS.
Workshop will take place June 17 - July 1, 2012 in Neringa (Lithuania) - one of the most beautiful resort areas at the Baltic seaside. The Curonian Spit is a peninsula, which divides the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea. Neringa is an exceptional place of recreation with its’ unique nature and specific culture. It has been included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage as a site of cultural landscape having many natural and cultural values.
For the applicants: summermediastudio(@)lmta.lt
“Truth is concrete” is an extraordinary project with an extraordinary format that will fill up the whole first week of the 2012 steirischer herbst festival: a 24/7 marathon camp that explores and presents concrete political strategies in art and artistic strategies in politics. Non-stop, 24 hours a day performances, lectures, concerts, discussions, films and workshops. Around 150 artists, activists and theorists will participate in the camp, the list of the so far confirmed contributors to be updated regularly can be referred to the website truthisconcrete.org.
As part of a grant programme we are inviting one hundred students, artists, activists and theorists from around the world to Graz to experience the camp hands-on.
Truth is concrete
A 24/7 marathon camp on artistic strategies in politics and political strategies in art
21/09 – 28/09/2012, Graz / Austria
steirischer herbst festival
c/o grant programme
8010 Graz / Austria
Fax +43 316 823 007 77
For information please contact:
Tel +43 664 24 500 85
Arts Printing House offers a residency to professional international artists in Contemporary Dance, Theatre, Circus and Interdisciplinary Art fields. We encourage and strengthen the interaction between Lithuanian artists and guests from other countries via Artists in Residence program Print Art on Stage.
We offer: 1-4 weeks residency (preferably in the period of July-August, but other periods can be discussed) at Arts Printing House with free studio, we also cover travel expenses and accommodation. However, all other expenses such as living costs, materials, insurance and local transport costs in the city must be covered by the artists themselves or through funds of the artists’ home countries. The residency takes place at Arts Printing House, lively and diverse contemporary culture venue situated in the Old Town of Vilnius.
Arts Printing House/ Menų spaustuvė
Šiltadaržio skg. 6, Vilnius
Tel./ fax +370 5 2040832
This workshop is a new initiative bringing freshimpulses in documentary post-production, distribution and the use of new media and internet platforms.
DOK.Incubator workshop is new initiative aiming to strengthen creative documentary industry bringing new impulses in the way of film postproduction, distribution and use of the new media and internet platforms.
Through the development of rough-cut stage documentary films DOK.Incubator aims to inspire film professionals with fresh ways of thinking about international film release, distribution, sophisticated marketing and actively working with audiences. The workshop is a follow-up to documentary development workshops and it is open to European producers with promising international project.
130 00 Prague 3
+420 777 823 111
In case you have any questions or comments please write to:
How does an artist’s work evolve for a children’s audience while preserving its integrity and relevance for the rest of us?
LNAF will bring 8 artists together to explore this question in a residency at the Chateau de La Napoule. While intended to engage a younger audience, works will be created with the same expertise, aesthetic rigor, and emotional power of fine art for adults. The artists’ goal will be to transcend all ages. Work will be included in exhibitions in France and the US.
Institution: La Napoule Art Foundation
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Chateau de La Napoule, Mandelieu-La Napoule, France
Web Address: http://www.lnaf.org/
Discipline: open to all artists
Offered program: 1 Month Residency
Frequency: Only once
Eligibility: Open to everyone 18 years and older from all nationalities
Paid by artist: $25 application fee; Accepted residents are responsible for their own travel fees.
Paid by host: LNAF will provide housing, studio space, and most meals.
The grant program supports the exchange of Danish and foreign artists and their productions.
In the evaluation of your application, emphasis will be placed on supporting:
- Foreign guest performances in Denmark (typically, grants for living expenses and domestic transportation) The selected guest performances from abroad must, among other things, constitute an alternative to the Danish theatre scene and help inspire artists and audiences alike, as well as increase familiarity with international performing arts. In distributing support for guest performances in Denmark, the committee will try to accommodate the need for guest performances throughout the entire country.
- Danish guest performances abroad (typically, grants for travel expenses) Danish guest performances abroad must present and help spread familiarity with Danish performing arts.
- Other international activities, for example, network-building, participation in conferences and meetings for artists, producers, managers
Adviser, Grants for performing arts exchange
+45 3374 4577
Gefördert werden im Normalfall neun Stipendien mit zwei Monaten Aufenthaltsdauer in der Stiftung Künstlerdorf Schöppingen (NRW). Die monatliche Höhe der Stipendien beträgt 1025,- Euro. Zusätzliche flankierende Projektmittel für z.B. für Umsetzungen sind vorhanden. Diese Stipendienaufenthalte in der Stiftung Künstlerdorf Schöppingen finden in der zweiten Jahreshälfte 2012 statt.
Bis zum 15. Mai 2012 kann man sich über die Webseite der Stiftung Künstlerdorf Schöppingen (http://www.stiftung-kuenstlerdorf.de/) für diese Stipendien an der Schnittstelle von Kunst, Wissenschaft und Wirtschaft bewerben. Dort sind auch die Details zur Online Plattform zu finden, über die man seine Projektbewerbung für einen Stipendienaufenthalt einreichen kann.
Dieses Angebot für Aufenthaltsstipendien richtet sich an Künstlerinnen und Künstler mit klaren interdisziplinären Interessen aber zusätzlich auch an Wissenschaftler, Graduierte, Ingenieure und Experten aus der Wissenschaft und Wirtschaft, die gleichzeitig künstlerische Fragestellungen in ihren Vorhaben mitverfolgen.
The International Call for Young Artists which the Gallery Luis Adelantado organizes every year, is based on the wish to support and consolidate artistic creation and expression, and to promote those new creative art medias that are the base of our contemporary identity.
Through the Call, the intention is to discover by first hand, the current trends on the young and international art scene, and to offer the opportunity to exhibit in a professional art space, which on a longer term might lead to a continuous relation with the gallery.
Open to: All artists between 24 - 36
More information and how to apply at:
To be eligible, projects must:
- have a duration of not more than 24 months;
- involve a minimum of three co-organisers drawn from three different countries taking part in the Programme;
- be the subject of an application containing a signed mandate for each co-organiser listing his essential obligations;
- involve cultural cooperation with at least one partner from the selected Third Country; at least 50% of the project output should come from that country;
- be based on a cooperation agreement concluded by the participating cultural operators (coordinator, co-organiser and partner or partners in the Third Country or Countries; this agreement is signed by the coordinator, the co-organisers and the partner or partners in the Third Country and describes the nature of their cooperation;
- be the subject of an application requesting a grant of no less than EUR 50 000 and no more than EUR 200 000;
The selected country for the Cooperation Projects with Third Countries strand (1.3.5) in 2012 is South Africa. The strand requires at least three partner organisations in three different European countries and at least one in the selected Third Country. Organisations can apply for up to EUR 200,000 of Culture programme funding for a jointly developed project which would run for up to two years.
Interacciones urbano_rural provides periods of residence of 2 weeks in Terra UNA (Brazil), Residencia en la Tierra (Colombia) and CENTRO RURAL DE ARTE(Argentina). Authorial projects are accepted within the field of contemporary art contemplating transdisciplinarity between languages and different areas of knowledge (visual arts, architecture, dance, film, music, theater, etc..). The second part of the residence will be held in Valparaiso CRAC systematizing experiences and developing a collective publication.
PERIODS OF RESIDENCE
1 August to 15 August _ Residencia en la Tierra (Colombia)
18 September to 1 October _ Terra UNA (Brazil)
8 October to 21 October _ CENTRO RURAL DE ARTE (Argentina)
5 November to 18 November _CRAC Valparaiso (Chile)
Interacciones urbano_rural is particularly interested in local roots. Thus suggesting the involvement of creative projects in specific contexts. It is proposed to investigate the various relationships between urban and rural. The invitation is to wonder whether the territorial relocation from the urban to the rural context takes on the issues that are present in the territories.That is, how art practices and contemporary thought address this dialectic, considering how, coming from different contexts, the imaginary is constructed in a way that can be shared and on the other hand fugue spaces to new ways of approaching critically these contexts.
Access Space is delighted to announce four artist residencies at its
recently developed Refab Space - one in July and three from 4th September
to 15th December.
We are inviting artists, composers, hackers, designers, engineers and
creative technologists to explore emerging artforms and curatorial practise
in Refab Space, Access Space's DIY FabLab.
We are inviting artists to explore emerging artforms and curatorial practise in Refab Space, Access Space's DIY FabLab, and offer the opportunity to exhibit their work.
The FabLab concept was first set out by Professor Neil Gershenfeld at MIT, Boston, USA in 2005.
Our DIY approach means that Refab Space is being built inexpensively, while retaining essential facilities.
Put simply, it is the idea that with just a few pieces of technology (e.g. a 3D printer, precision laser cutter) artists can create a huge diversity of 2 and 3 dimensional physical objects designed on their computers and made from a wide variety of materials.
Unit 1, AVEC Building,
3-7 Sidney Street,
The 2012 Chicago International Poster Biennial (CIPB) student design competition is open to all current students of graphic design or a related art disciplines, anywhere in the world.
Posters must be original designs, created in response to the theme.
The theme for the 2012 CIPB Student Poster Competition draws upon the rich history of music in Chicago. Chicago has an amazing reputation as a musical city starting with the “Great Migration” of the early 1900s that brought both the blues and jazz to the city, where both types of music were given an indelible “Chicago” stamp. A thriving new style of Soul music emerged in the 1960s and 70s, along with a flourishing Folk music scene.
One poster will be determined the best student poster of 2012 by the jury and awarded a medal and certificate. This poster will be printed and used as the official poster for the 2012 Chicago Jazz Festival by the City of Chicago.
The Chicago International Poster Biennial Association (CIPBA) is currently calling for poster designs from students around the world, for the 2012 Chicago International Poster Biennial (CIPB) Student Poster Competition.
The theme for this competition draws upon the rich history of music in Chicago. The best poster will be printed and used as the official poster of the 2012 Chicago Jazz Festival!
The finalists’ posters will also be displayed in the Chicago Cultural Center during this year’s Chicago Jazz Festival.
This year, WOMEX received an exceptional response. A staggering 850 Showcase proposals were made - more than ever before in WOMEX history. In addition, WOMEX received over 86 Conference and 42 Film Screening proposals - both more than last year. WOMEX moving south was reflected in the high number of programme proposals submitted from the Balkan region. WOMEX would like to thank all the artists, music professionals and filmmakers who submitted a Showcase, Conference or Film Screening proposal for WOMEX 12.
The WOMEX Jury - also known as the 7 Samurai - are now working hard
to shape the Showcase and Conference programmes from the abundance of
high quality proposals. It is expected that the proposing parties will be notified whether they made it into the selection or not by early June.
The film proposals will be independently juried by IMZ International
Music + Media Centre and will be revealed at the end of June.
Proposals for 'Club Globalkan' - an extra stage dedicated to Balkan music supported by the Municipality of Thessaloniki and organised by GAIA .
The 17th edition of WOMEX in Copenhagen, Denmark, in October 2011 saw
over 2,250 delegates from more than 90 countries, 700 exhibitors, a full conference and a showcase festival presenting 60 acts on 6 stages. The next edition of WOMEX will take place in Thessaloniki, Greece, from Wednesday, 17 to Sunday, 21 October 2012.
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The 2012 theme, ‘The Past: Memory and Nostalgia’, will examine intrinsic experiences and social relationships, inspired by how humanity accumulates a catalogue of our personal fabric and how these collected manifestations shape the patterns of our lives.
The mission of the Biennale is to promote both emerging and established artists through a wide variety of disciplines; from Drawing, Graphic Design, Illustration, Collage and Comics, through Paper, Painting, Glass, Sculpture and Ceramics, to Photography, Short Film, Video Art, Installation and Industrial Design. This initiative supports an infrastructure for amélange of the arts through a didactic and experimental series of exhibits.
By means of an advanced framework of outreach activities the Biennale will also seek to cultivate the emerging spirit of the island, inviting all participants into an open dialogue concerning new ideas for social change.
The Santorini Biennale of Arts is a non-profit organisation that presents Greece’s latest and most exciting contemporary visual arts event. Held every two years, the Biennale hosts a three-month exhibition, plus a program of artist talks, performances, forums, film screenings, family events, guided tours and other special events. The inaugural Santorini Biennale of Arts will be presented from 1st July to the 30th September 2012. The Santorini Biennale of the Arts is founded by Kikos Papadopoulos and Dimitra Trogaidou and is supported by the Municipality of Thira, The Estia of Pyrgos Cultural Association and the Museum of Pyrgos.
Kikos Papadopoulos, Founding Director:
Dimitra Trogaidou, Head Coordinator:
Gallery 263 (G263) - a multi-purpose nonprofit art gallery in the City of Cambridge, Massachusetts - is accepting applications for its Summer 2012 Residency. 2D (painting, drawing, photography, etc.), 3D (sculpture, assemblage, etc.), video and installation proposals are being accepted for consideration.
Participating artists will benefit by having full access to a versatile work space.
Within the Artist in Residency Program, artists experiment, innovate, and educate on individual and collaborative levels.
There is no submission fee, but if selected the studio fee is $150-$200 per 4 weeks.
In 2010, Gallery 263 created the Artist-in-Residency Program to offer affordable shared studio space for emerging artists, and to initiate interactions between the Cambridge community and its artist residents. The program emphasizes not only the final product of art, but the creative process.
Questions, please contact
AIR Taipei offers 2 sites for international artists to develop and conduct their projects of art at Taipei Artist Village(TAV) and Treasure Hill Artist Village(THAV) in Taipei City, Taiwan. TAV locates in the city centre where the artists can easily access and expand their network. THAV sits in the unique conservation area with a cluster of historical buildings and artists get the privilege to explore in the communal village of arts and heritage.
Fellowship 1: AIR Taipei International Artist in Residence (Open to all nationalities except the Republic of China/Taiwan.)
Fellowship 2: Special Project – Artists from Sister Cities of Taipei (Please refer to the guideline for the list of sister cities.)
Taipei Artist Village
2012 AIR Selection Administration Team
No.7, Beiping East Rd.
tel: +886 2 3393 7377
Hacking has always been associated with innovative appropriations of existing resources, re-engineering, working below the radar, and modifying structures to reap new benefits. What happens if you take the philosophy of hacking and apply it to the urban environment? When you consider innovative ways to harness the flows of energy, data and people that pass through the city every day?
Interactivos?'12 Dublin will see Medialab Prado and Science Gallery work together to set up an experimental laboratory to channel hacker culture, and allow artists, designers, makers, doers, data nerds, hobbyists, citizen scientists, tech geeks, activists, edgy engineers and DIY urban planners to take control over the resolution of problems that affect and link together worldwide 'communities of concern'. Interactivos?'12 Dublin will move citizen science out of the garage/prototype stage and onto the street.
Interactivos?'12 Dublin is part of HACK THE CITY, Dublin's 2012 flagship exhibition organized by Science Gallery that will engage and inspire participants to transform the city from the ground up, to rethink cities through the spirit and philosophy of the hacker ethos - to bend, mash-up, tweak and cannibalise city systems, to create possibilities, empower the citizen, illustrate visionary thinking and demonstrate real-world examples for sustainable urban futures. HACK THE CITY will capitalize on Dublin's resources as a nimble multi-national, multi-lingual, rapidly growing European city, ideally placed to act as 'laboratory' for testing ideas and technologies that have a direct impact on citizens' lives.
The Prize is open to all artists up to the age of 35 with the aim of acknowledging and giving long-term support to a future generation of artists. The Prize is unique because of its global reach and highly democratic form of application via the Internet.
The artists may apply with their work without any restrictions concerning gender, nationality, race or artistic medium. Participants must fill in all fields of the Application Form and upload a photo or video of three to seven of their artworks.
The Main Prize winner will receive a total of $100,000: $60,000 as a cash award, and $40,000 towards the production of a new work. An additional $20,000 will be allocated to fund artist-in-residency programs for the Special Prize winner.
The International Jury will come to Kyiv to award the Main and Special Prize. They will announce the Prize winners during the FGAP Award Ceremony on December 7, 2012.
2 Mechnikova Str.,
01601, Kyiv, Ukraine
Tel.: +380 44 490 48 35
Fax: +380 44 490 48 78
Alliance Française de Singapour is organising the France + Singapore Photographic Arts Award for the first time this year. This award aims to feature visual artists utilising the base medium of photography from France and Singapore and to provide a platform to showcase the art of the creative talents from both countries to its international audience, hence creating awareness of the experimental and emerging styles of photographic art. It is also organised to promote exchange of artistic knowledge, experiences and ideas between the artists from France and Singapore.
Alliance Française de Singapour
+65 6833 9314
If you have an innovative product, research project, or intellectual property to take to market, then the DigitalCity Fellowship scheme is here to help you.
Fellowships are available to individuals and teams with an original project idea, who reside in the North East of England and who have graduated from University.
We offer a business support grant of £4000, over a period of six months, which is to be used for living expenses whilst developing your idea.
We have a pool of industry experts who are available to mentor you and each project has a maximum of 4 days of mentoring support available as well as the opportunity to attend workshops, seminars and networking events.
During this talk, DigitalCity Innovation's Creative Director, Loday Gonpo will present to you, how the scheme works, and the success of previous Fellowships.
With the next DigitalCity Fellowship application deadline approaching, we do hope interested entrepreneurial graduates will be able to attend.
DigitalCity Fellowship Scheme
Grand Assembly Rooms
Telephone: +44 (0) 191 246 4639
Fax: +44 (0) 191 246 4607
Audience Choice Award
The first three 1st prize-runners will receive:
an annual ICA Yerevan gift membership (invitation only events, private exhibits, invitations to Institute’s annual international events and projects abroad etc.).
ICA Yerevan publicity gift package (books, catalogs, posters, limited edition artist postcards etc.)
a long-term collaboration offer from ICA Yerevan’s Project Lab.
If inspired, send us an email mentioning “Design Contest” in the subject and we’ll send you the details needed to work on the design (brand strategy, associations, etc.) along with upload instructions.
When feeling ready to submit, return to http://www.ica.am/ website and upload your work online. You can also opt to participate in Audience Choice Award or you can choose your work not to be shown in the contest gallery.
The submission deadline is May 21, 2012.
The winners will be announced on May 25, 2012.
ICA Design Award
The best brand style submission chosen by our International Honorary Board (world’s leading artists, curators and critics) will become the OFFICIAL BRAND STYLE OF ICA Yerevan!
The author of the best submission will be awarded with ICA Yerevan’s Chief Advisor on Style and Design title. This means that you will have an opportunity to lead the ICA Yerevan style with your consultancy and turn it into the most interesting and thought-provoking design solution in the region and elsewhere!
No censorship, no limitations, no NOs!
A guest participation in one of the Institute’s annual international events and projects abroad.
An annual ICA Yerevan gift membership (you can also give it to your friend).
And you will also remain the commercial copyright holder of the logotype!
autonomous Institute of Contemporary Art, Yerevan
Berliner Atelierförderung - Neue Besichtigungstermine am 21.05., 22.05. und 23.05.12
In der aktuellen Ausschreibung der geförderten Ateliers und Atelierwohnungen werden vier Ateliers und zwei Atelierwohnungen für Bildende Künstlerinnen und Künstler ausgeschrieben. Die Ateliers befinden sich in Adlershof (1), Friedenau (1), Französisch Buchholz (1) und Kreuzberg(1). Die Atelierwohnungen befindet sich in Friedrichshain (1) und Prenzlauer Berg (1). Das gesamte Angebot und Informationen zum Vergabeverfahren ist unter : http://www.bbk-kulturwerk.de/con/kulturwerk/front_content.php?idcatart=409&client=3&lang=6 veröffentlicht.
Atelierbüro im Kulturwerk des bbk berlins
Köthener Str. 44
fon: +49(0)30.230 899 21
Fax: +49(0)30.230 899 19
BOTANY & BOTULISM: THE LONDON LEGACY ZEN GARDEN is set to launch in the thick miasma of the Olympic wild.We are now accepting proposals from artists living and/or dying in the Olympic catchment area... and those who have been evicted or seduced. the surface the exhibition is designed to offer a pristine oasis of serene calm. Upon closer inspection a more radioactive possibility is also at work. We are interested in piecing together artists’ works to form a wider indoor-garden style installation and companion gift shop. Artists are encouraged to transpose the classical qualities of a Zen garden on to the production of a very contemporary and collectable art piece channelling the London 2012 Olympic VIBE… and making the most of it.The Zen garden compounds a metaphorical scenario woven together by a rich tapestry of stealth, wealth, power, corruption, glamour, growth and paralyse
There is no restriction to medium or size however keep in mind the gallery is fairly bijoux. When we say we are creating a Zen garden, this does not mean your piece needs to be a rock or plant however working with such materials is welcome. Diamond dust, radical bonsai, faux metal, corporately endorsed landscape, recycled stolen goods, rehabilitated pigeons, energy efficient art, solar powered shadows, rakes, stakes…All materials have potential. As for the gift shop, we are looking for a full range of tourist tat to spectacular new-age 2012 effect.Postcards, badges, commemorative plates, bags for life, magic crystals, London prints, ashtrays, stamps, congratulations cards and t-shirts are all welcome. Objects of curiosity, prophecy and HD profit are totally encouraged.
More information at http://www.residence-gallery.com/opportunities.htm
The Threadneedle Prize is the UK's leading showcase for contemporary figurative and representational painting and sculpture.
Our aim is to promote and display works that use a variety of different mediums, styles and approaches, with an overall focus on the quality and confidence of the finished work. The competition sets out to promote and encourage excellence.
Experienced and emerging artists are invited to submit fresh and intriguing works that are strong and topical observations on the world around us.
The Threadneedle Prize
17 Carlton House Terrace
London SW1Y 5BD
Art Sheffield are seeking applications from curators and artists to participate in a four day research visit to Manifesta 9, lead by the Art Sheffield 2013 Festival Team. Art Sheffield is developing this tour to expand the creative contribution to the next Art Sheffield Festival, which will take place at sites across Sheffield from October - December 2013. Participants in the research visit will subsequently develop a proposal for Art Sheffield 13.
· Applicants must be based in the Yorkshire and Humber region
· Recent graduate or similar experience
· Proven experience and interest in contemporary art
· A commitment to developing a project during the next Art Sheffield Festival
· Available to attend the Manifesta research visit: 1 - 4 June
· Commit to writing a short evaluative report following the visit
· Have a valid passport
Art Sheffield 2013 Festival
PO Box 3054
T. 0114 2812013
Without prescribing any pre-defined themes, the Henkel Art.Award. bestows prizes for outstanding and innovative works of art created by visual artists in Central and Eastern Europe in the fields of painting, drawing, photography, video and installation. The winner is chosen from the submitted entries within the context of a multi-phased selection process.
The prize is granted in cooperation with KulturKontakt Austria and the Museum of Modern Art in Vienna (Museum der Modernen Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien - mumok). The winner will not only be given a monetary prize of 7,000 euros, but an exhibition in his or her native country and an individual presentation at mumok in Vienna. Thus the total value of the art prize is 35,000 euros.
More info: http://www.henkel-cee.com/cps/rde/xchg/henkel_cee/hs.xsl/henkel-art-award-2012-7663.htm
Henkel operates worldwide with leading brands and technologies in three business areas: Laundry & Home Care, Cosmetics/Toiletries and Adhesive Technologies. Founded in 1876, Henkel holds globally leading market positions both in the consumer and industrial businesses with well-known brands such as Persil, Schwarzkopf and Loctite. Henkel, headquartered in Düsseldorf, Germany, has about 48,000 employees worldwide and is among the most internationally aligned German-based companies in the global marketplace.
The Aomori Contemporary Art Centre (ACAC) is surrounded by the rich woods. It opened in December 2001 aiming at the place of new creation where nature and art live together. At this institution, twice a year -- spring and autumn, we have an 'Artist-in-Residence' (AIR) program system that invites artists to reside in Aomori, and produce works. We aim at offering the opportunity of various appreciation of art, the exchange activities with artists and citizen, and making the original art culture of Aomori-City.
In the Autumn AIR program, we invite artists who play active part in the contemporary art field from all applicants. We support the residence work and holding the exhibition. At the same time, we set up the workshop and lecture by artists for audience to play a part of help to understand art deeply and promote international exchange through art.
Invitation artists can receive the following support. Accommodation and studio (shared space) is provided artists for creative activities.
Aomori Contemporary Art Centre
152-6 Yamazaki Goshizawa
Aomori City Aomori Japan
Wie in den Vorjahren laden wir ein, zu einem Thema zu arbeiten. In diesem Jahr lautet unser Oberbegriff: KONSTELLATIONEN. Der Begriff Konstellationen bezeichnet eine Menge von Elementen, die in Beziehung zueinander stehen. Das kann formal aufgefasst, auf einer intra- oder interpersonellen Ebene interpretiert sowie auf gesellschaftsrelevante bzw. globale Fragestellungen
Zum Wettbewerb zugelassen sind klassische und neue künstlerische Medien (wie Malerei, Grafik, Skulptur, Fotografie, Video, Neue Medien, Installation, Konzeptkunst). Preisträger/innen der letzten vier Jahre sind von der Teilnahme am Kunstpreis ausgeschlossen. Das Preisgeld in einer Gesamthöhe von 1.750 EUR verteilt sich wie folgt auf die Gewinner:
1. Preis 1.000 EUR 2. Preis 500 EUR 3. Preis 250 EUR.
Hiermit lobt der Fachbereich Kunst, Kultur und Museen Tempelhof-Schöneberg den 10. Tempelhof-Schöneberger Kunstpreis zum Thema KONSTELLATIONEN aus.
Die Ausschreibung ist mit Preisgeldern und für die ausgewählten Künstler/innen der Shortlist mit einer Ausstellung vom 17.8. – 30.9.2012 im HAUS am KLEISTPARK verbunden. Es ist geplant, den Preisverleih am 16. August 2012 um 19 Uhr im Rahmen der Ausstellungseröffnung „KONSTELLATIONEN“ im HAUS am KLEISTPARK vorzunehmen.
Die Bewerbungen senden Sie bitte ausschließlich per Post bis 25. Mai 2012 (Eingangsdatum) an:
HAUS AM KLEISTPARK, Barbara Esch Marowski, Kennwort: Kunstpreis, Grunewaldstr. 6 - 7, 10823 Berlin.
Weitere Auskünfte erhalten Sie bei unter: 030/ 90 277-6964.
The Postgraduate programme of the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, Lyon is accessible to international candidates.
All visual arts practices are welcome, including but not limited to painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, installation, video, sound, performance...
Jean-Pierre Rehm, art & movie critic, curator, delegate General of International Documentary Festival in Marseille.
François Piron will be the supervisor for 2012-2013,
A first selection based on a portfolio and « dossier », takes place each year in May / June.
The final selection is carried out through an interview with the candidate at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, in Lyon end of June.
When selecting candidates, the jury’s attention is focused on maturity, quality of artistic work and candidate potential.
Each session of the Postgraduate programme runs for one school year: from September to July.
École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts de Lyon
8b quai St Vincent
69001 Lyon - France
This year, WOMEX is launching a call for papers for the WOMEX 12 Guide essay. If you have an interesting idea for an essay, we want to hear from you!
High-quality papers (in English) covering all areas are welcome - in particular those that relate to one of the following major areas: the ongoing world & jazz focus at WOMEX, or insights into the musical traditions, history and state of the industry of the new Southeastern European host region.
Successful papers will be published in October in the prestigious WOMEX Guide - a vital source of information used all year round by the international world music industry, which is also available online as a pdf document.
If your paper is published, you will be given a free registration to
WOMEX 12 in Thessaloniki from Wednesday, 17 to Sunday, 21 October
2012. You will also receive special promotional treatment through all
WOMEX's online communication channels, including newsletter, homepage
news and social media mentions.
please send a 500-word synopsis of your essay in English to firstname.lastname@example.org
(plus links to other articles you may have written. Please include 'Guide essay' in the subject line.)
In 2011 AND worked in partnership with the British Waterways and The Waterways Trust to pilot an artists residency programme. In Summer 2012 we are offering another unique opportunity for an artist to be in residence on a canal boat on and around the Manchester and Pennine waterways.
The aim of the programme is to offer artists (minimum of two participants) a dedicated period of time to develop research or a project in this unique habitat. AND are seeking applications from individuals / groups working in emerging artistic practice that questions normality. Applicants should have an established background in their respective fields and should be able to demonstrate how a residency period at AND will assist the development of their research and practice.
This residency will be based on a Canal Boat on the Manchester and Pennine Waterways, Northwest England for approximately four weeks in August and September 2012. Accommodation will be provided on a canal boat for four weeks, full training on boat handling and maintenance will be provided at the beginning of the residency. A route will be mapped out in collaboration with the resident artists and partner organisations.
The handling of a canal boat requires two people, therefore the residency is open to a minimum of two people. There may be a possibility to provide accommodation for more participants, so the residency encourages applications from collaborating artists, collectives and families (fees and stipend remain the same).
The performance will take place on the outdoor grounds of exRotaprint in Wedding, on May 27th 2012 at 3pm and will finish at approximately 330pm. Participants are requested to arrive on location two hours before the showing, at 1pm, for a run through. No previous performance experience necessary but a genuine desire to be part of a unique project that daringly traces the collective histories and memories of people and their labour.
If you want to be part of Biographical Chronicle of Industrial Production please fill out the online form below. You will be contacted again at the beginning of May with updates about the project. Please feel free to pass on this call for participation to your family and friends.
This project is non-funded. Every participant will receive a commemorative Biographical Chronicle of Industrial Production ballpoint pen. Snacks and beverages will be available.
Baruch Gottlieb and Francesca Romana Ciardi are looking for 100 people interested in becoming a part of a unique site-specific and monumental performance, manifesting the living history of industrial architecture. Set in the unusual and suggestive setting of exRotaprint, a former printer factory in Wedding, the Biographical Chronicle of Industrial Production retraces the stories of the people who produced the world we live in today.
Using a model of the construction of the Ex-Rotaprint factory, participants will re-present the workers originally involved in the construction of the building over 60 years ago by appearing ‘on stage’ for a time proportional to the the historical person they are representing. This time ‘on stage’ will generally be quite short, on the average 5 seconds at a time...The rest of the participants, when not on stage or getting ready to go on stage, will produce background sounds ‘back stage’ for the performance.
BUILDING BRIDGES INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS AN ARTISTS RESIDENCY IN MEXICO
This call is open to artists from United States over the age of 18.
One artist will be selected by our jurors to be part of the International Exhibition and be eligible for a residency in Mexico during August 2012.
2012 International Exhibition & Residency in Mexico Call for Proposals This is an Open Call for proposals for an International Exhibition and a residency in Mexico. This call is open to artists from United States working in all visual media.
ADC Contemporary & BUILDING BRIDGES International Art Exchange
Bergamot Station Arts Center
2525 Michigan Ave., Unit F2
Santa Monica, CA 90404
If you are interested please email: adccontemporarybuildingbridges[@]gmail.com
Among the lecturers and tutors are such masters as Yves Pupulin
(Binocle 3D), Bernard Mendiburu (AAsterion Production) or Tomáš Petráň
(FAMU Prague). The call for participants was just opened so do not
miss the chance to get the reduced price and check also the
scholarship possibilities (http://transistor.ciant.cz/2012/apply/).
Transistor is a multidisciplinary training initiative offering
European film makers in the audiovisual sector intensive workshops
focused on new technologies in the preservation techniques and
methodologies for digital audiovisual works. Last editions are dedicated to integrated approach to 3D cinema and stereoscopy (script, storyboard, development, distribution and sale strategy). The course is organized by CIANT Prague (International center for art and new technologies) and, besides its complexity, its traditional goal is to bring the opportunity for
creative contact with experienced professionals from the film/audiovisual industry and connected areas.
Three summer workshops in stereoscopic 3D movie making are taking
place in Prague. First one is focused on S3D documentary filming
(2.-5. July), the second on fiction (9.-12. July), the third on
postproduction of S3D material. However, the common theme of all parts
is Boxing and the participants will be allowed to shoot within the box
Ciant can offer scholarships, for this we would need a motivation letter. The maximum scholarships offered is of 5 per Workshop.
Scholarships are available especially to participants from EU new member states (Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia) or with interesting project in development!
Read more: http://transistor.ciant.cz/2012/apply/
Every year Manifest offers an opportunity for graduate students to exhibit at our gallery in Cincinnati. This sixth installment of the Master Pieces project will continue to reveal the intensity and professionalism of students working towards their terminal academic degree in the field of art or design. Often the most exceptional work comes out of these artists’ immersion in their culture of study and intellectual pursuit. Manifest’s goal, therefore, is to select works that in the truest sense of the word are contemporary masterpieces – works that set the standard of quality that the artist is expected to maintain throughout his or her professional career.
Eligibility: Master Pieces is open to current MFA/MA students or MFA/MA graduates since January 2011. If in doubt of eligibility contact Manifest to inquire.
Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center
2727 Woodburn Avenue | Cincinnati, Ohio 45206 | 513-861-3638
Manifest stands for the quality presentation, experience, and documentation of the visual arts, engaging students, professionals, and the public from around the world through accessible world-class exhibits, studio programs, and publications.
The Journal of Science and Technology of the Arts (CITARJ) is a peer-reviewed publication that results from a commitment of the Research Centre for Science and Technology of the Arts (CITAR – artes.ucp.pt/citar) to promote knowledge, research and artworks in the field of the Arts. It covers a wide range of topics related to the study and practice of Artistic work approached through Science and Technology.
The Journal is published (in hard copy and on-line: artes.ucp.pt/citarj) by the Portuguese Catholic University (UCP), providing a distinctive forum for anyone interested in the impact that the application of contemporary Science and Technology is having upon the Arts.
Online submission system: http://artes.ucp.pt/ojs/index.php/citarj
Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Rua Diogo Botelho 1327
Carlos Sena Caires
Phone: +351 226196200
Fax: +351 226196291
Media and video artists from all over the world are invited to send videos for the third edition of Facade Video Festival that will be held in Plovdiv between 12 and 16 September 2012.
Facade Video Festival is an annual video art exhibition where videos are projected onto the walls of houses both in the old town of Plovdiv and in the neighbourhoods. Facade Video Festival aims to create an interface between viewers and artists, between visual arts and the city. There are no restrictions concerning the theme.
36 Konstantin Stoilov Street GOOGLE MAP
4000 Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Tel./ fax +359 32 638868
Contact person: Evelyn Kokoranova
calling for applications for 2 one month ComPeung AiR grants for 2012.
Interested artists are to apply online only by providing:
- ComPeung Grant Application Form (.pdf / .doc)
- Proposition of work or project to be undertaken during the grant residency, which can be part of a current work-in-progress or a new body of work.
- Artist statement clearly stating the objectives for applying for this particular residency.
- Curriculum Vitae (2 pages A4)
- Max 10 images of the work
- Links to sound, video/animation work and/or artist websites
*All documents are to be merged into a single pdf/doc file (not exceeding 5 MB).
Disciplines & Media (open list)
- Visual Arts, Media, Architecture, Performing Arts, Literature, Music
Grant application deadline: 31 May 2012. Late applications will not be considered.
Applications are be sent to: compeung[@]yahoo.com
Eligibility & Conditions:
- Individual artists as well as artist duos are eligible to apply. Artist groups (max. 3 people) can also apply but we won't be able to fully fund the travel expenses for the whole group.
- At the end of the grant residency we expect the grant beneficiaries to present their
outcomes in form of a public presentation/lecture.
- The period for the 2 residencies is fixed and scheduled for October 2012, which is not negotiable.
Each of the 2 grants covers:
- Air ticket to/from artist's home country
- Transportation to/from Chiang Mai International Airport
- Small artist fee
- 3 home-cooked meals per day
The Jyvaskyla Centre for Printmaking welcomes printmakers to apply for a one month artist-in-residence in Jyvaskyla, Finland.
The residence is expected to happen in October/November 2012. The deadline for the application is May 31, 2012.
For the application we need a fulfilled application form, a working plan, curriculum vitae and at least 6 digital images of your latest works. You will find the application form in our website: http://www3.jkl.fi/taidemuseo/grafiikkakeskus/air2012.htm
We will offer you free working at the print shop (except plates, papers and special materials), free accommodation at our guest room and a grant of 400 € for living and material costs.
Jyvaskyla Centre for Printmaking
The Trieste Contemporanea Committee publishes the tenth edition of the International Design Competition with the aim of showcasing the most original design offerings from the countries of Central Eastern Europe.
The Competition is aimed at building a large memory atlas dedicated to the anonymous design of the countries of Central Eastern Europe.
Aside from the three main prizes, the jury will select a number of works which will be shown in an exhibition in Trieste and published in the online catalog provided.
Via del Monte, 2/1
34121 Trieste - Italy
Phone: +39 040 639187
Fax: +39 040 367601
The Trieste Contemporanea Committee publishes the tenth edition of the International Design Competition with the aim of showcasing the most original design offerings from the countries of Central Eastern Europe.
Theme of the 2012 competition: In a saturated consumer market where design is everywhere (and nowhere) there are objects from the recent past whose traces are being lost. They are anonymous or everyday objects, on a small scale or mass production. The aim is to build a large memory atlas dedicated to the anonymous design of the countries of Central Eastern Europe, therefore in this year’s competition, participants are asked to identify an object from the collective memory, which demonstrates design skill, it can be simple or complex as long as it is meaningful.
More information: http://www.triestecontemporanea.it/designcontest/announcement/
Trieste Contemporanea. Dialogues with the Art of Central Eastern Europe' is a committee of cultural institutions and associations created in June 1995 with the objective of bringing out the role of Trieste as a hinge between Western Europe, the countries of Eastern Europe and the countries of the Mediterranean area for the creation in Trieste of an observatory on the contemporary situation of art and culture in Central-Eastern Europe. The Trieste Contemporanea Committee runs its activity through collaborations, co-productions and exchanges on an international level. Initiatives dedicated to visual art, music, cinema, literature, multimediality, theatre, architecture and design have been held in Trieste and abroad.
These scholarships are for studies not covered by Grants for Art Special studies. Botín Foundationother scholarships awarded by the institution and not included in normal university training. Designed for native students from Cantabria or residents you have lived there for at least five years.
INFORMATION AND SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS: from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fundación Botín.
Future Cities – Planning for the 90% is a call for visual projects in any media capable of transforming our urban spaces. Artists, photographers, designers and architects are invited to reflect on issues facing people in private and public spaces around the world, such as housing, transport, environment, leisure, overcrowding, etc. proposing low cost, low tec solutions to improve conditions and understanding.
Artists, photographers, designers and architects anywhere in the world can participate without limits of age, sex, experience or profession.
Each project is presented online and can contain up to 10 images of artworks or photographs, videos or renderings – supported by a textual statement. Entry fee per project is 30 euro.
The call for entries for the seventeenth edition of Milano Film Festival is now open! First and second works are eligible for the Feature Film Competition; the Short Film Competition is only open to directors under 40. The out-of-competition section State (T)error is also waiting for your submissions.
Feature Film Competition
The feature film competition is open to first and second films of any genre (fiction, documentaries, animation films, experimental works), language, and format. The films must be over 45 minutes and completed after January 1st, 2011.
Short Film Competition
Short Film Competition is open to film of any genre, language and format, completed after January 1st, 2011. The competition is only open to directors born after May 31, 1972. The maximum running time for short films is 45 minutes.
Milano Film Festival
Via Vincenzo Monti 32
20123 Milan, Italy
60x60 is calling for works for its tenth performance season!
Vox Novus is inviting composers/sound artists to submit recorded works
60 seconds or less in length to be included in its tenth annual 60x60
project. 60 compositions will be selected to be played continuously in
a one-hour concert.
60x60 is a one-hour-long show made by sequencing 60 pre-recorded
pieces by 60 different composers, each piece a minute in length or
shorter. Highlighting the work of a great many composers, 60x60
testifies to the vibrancy of contemporary composition by present a
diverse array of styles, aesthetics, and techniques being used today ( http://www.60x60.com
). 60x60 has received thousands of submissions from over 30
countries, produced radio shows, created multimedia and
multidisciplinary events, and released several albums.
There is no admission fee.
Works selected for the 2012 60x60 project will be announced on
Any questions regarding the call for works can be addressed to :
Interkunst e.V. (Berlin) is looking for young performing artists from all
corners of the world for their upcoming theatre und music tour “INSTANT
ACTS against violence and racism”. The project lasts around 8 weeks from
the beginning of September 2012. We are looking for both, individuals and
groups of 2 max 3 persons (age between 17 and 29) who are active in
theatre, dance, music, circus, x-sport etc. We want to create an
international ensemble of 15 talented and creative people who are open for
new experiences. The artists will come from different cultural backgrounds
and represent various types of performance art. Together we strive to make
audiences aware of the different faces of violence and racism.
postfach 62 03 62
tel: +49 30 781 40 01
fax: +49 30 781 40 02
The W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography is presented annually to a photographer whose past work and proposed project, as judged by a panel of experts, follows the tradition of W. Eugene Smith’s concerned photography and dedicated compassion exhibited during his 45-year career as a photographic essayist.
The W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund, a not-for-profit corporation independently administers the grant program that provides photographers with the financial freedom to carry out or complete major photographic essays. For 2012, the amount of the grant will be $30,000. An additional $5,000 in fellowship money will be dispersed, at the discretion of the jury, to one or more finalists deemed worthy of special recognition. Awards will be presented in a ceremony held in New York City in early October.
The W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography was established in 1978 following the death of Gene Smith, the legendary American photo essayist. It is today the most prestigious honor in documentary photography. Every year it recognizes a photographer who has smithfundnstrated an exemplary commitment to documenting the human condition in the spirit of Smith’s concerned photography and dedicated compassion.
W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund, Inc.
c/o International Center of Photography
1133 Avenue of the Americas
NY 10036 New York
Any film on the subject of identity, whatever its genre or style, that belongs in one of the following three categories, can be submitted to Identità Film Festival.
- Feature films
Any narrative work of fiction with a running time of at least 80 minutes (from the first to the last frame and/or sound, including opening titles and credits)
- Short Films
Any narrative film with a running time of up to 12 minutes (as above)
- Documentary films
Any non-fiction film with a running time of up to 30 minutes (as above)
- Music video
Any videoclip with a running time of up to 2 minutes (as above)
Participants shall defray shipping costs of DVDs and other material. By sending your application form you declare that you have understood and will abide by Festival rules. Organizers reserve the right to amend and update the rules; participants will be promptly informed of any change.
Festival delle Identità
via del Governo vecchio, 3
Residences for European cultural agents in Spain
International meetings to discover the emerging cultural scene in each country.
During their stay in Spain, the residents will be accompagnied and supported by local curators and cultural managers and are invited to give a short public conference at Matadero Madrid in which they present themselves, their organization and their project to the local art community.”Hablar en Arte” launches an open call to select three european art professionals (curators, cultural managers, journalists, …) for three-week-residencies in Madrid. They consist of a tailor-made tour, designed to meet the specific Spanish and Madrid-based contemporary artists, that best match with specific interests of each resident.
Back in their home-countries, the residents will develop a cultural pr
Centro de creación contemporánea Matadero Madrid
Paseo de la Chopera,
The Working Art Grant is a meager one-time purchase award intended to disperse small but vitalizing bursts of funding to support an artist's ongoing art making process.
The Working Art Grant is available to all domestic as well as international artists working in all media. As a stipulation for eligibility to receive the Working Art Grant purchase award, we ask that each prospective recipient be willing to exchange one of their submitted works of our mutual agreement in return. All shipping costs will be reimbursed.
If you are interested in being considered for one of these awards, please send 5 digital images of recent available work (total mail size no larger than 2 MB please) via email. No written proposals or CV's are required unless the artist would like to include them. Instead, please include in the body of your email current contact information and a link to an artist's website and send to: email@example.com. There is no official application form.
There is an application review fee of $25.00
one month residence in October / November 2012
What we offer you?
-free accommodation at the guest room
-free working at the printshop (except plates, papers and special materials)
-a grant of 400 € for living and material costs
What we need for your application?
-fulfilled application form
-a working plan
-at least 6 digital images of your works
The name of the selected artist will be published on our website by June 17, 2012. The artist will be informed personally before the date.
The 12th International Poster Biennial of Mexico is accepting new posters in four separate categories:
Posters on cultural topics and activities
Posters on political and social issues
Posters advertising commercial events, products or services
Unpublished posters on the topic: GREEN ECONOMYCategory exclusively for college students under 27 years (see website link)
Each category will have three prizes:
First prize: 3,500 USD, gold medal and diploma
Second prize: Silver medal and diploma
Third prize: Bronze medal and diploma
In addition, the International Jury will award the Gold Medal to Excellence, José Guadalupe Posada, to a participating designer or country known for its contribution to the development of graphic design in Mexico.
The Jury will also give the Carlos Lozano Prize (gold medal and diploma) to the most prominent young Mexican designer on the Biennial.
How to apply:
The 12th International Poster Biennial of Mexico is now open for submissions! It is currently calling for new poster designs from around the world. Contestants may be design students, graphic designers, plastic artists, photographers and graphic producers in general, of any age and nationality, having posters printed between May 2010 and May 2012.
The best posters will get international recognition and lots of prizes. The Biennial is scheduled for November, 2012.
Please send a PDF (max 2 MB) with a description of your project, your contact information and if possible a download link (URL) of a work sample (MP3, Video, Graphics, Text, maximum 100 MB) and the preferred week of your stay (Monday to Friday) until May 31st to:
Mini Residency Kassel residency(at)top-ev.de
We provide accommodation and space for exhibition, presentations, lectures, performances etc. Additionally we may offer a local 1-Hour-Radioslot on a Kassel frequency incl. stream. A flyer is included. The work will be documented. We offer to show parts of the project later in Berlin at the okk Gallery.
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 formalities.
For further questions please contact:Matze Schmidt or Mindaugas Gapsevicius, residency(at)top-ev.de
Offer: 1 week Mini Residency
Paid by artist: 250 EUR
Dates: During the dOCUMENTA 13 in Kassel, 11.06.2012 – 16.09.2012
Deadline: 31st of May, 2012
The >top e.v. association organises within the framework of its project space "POT" one week long Mini Residencies in Kassel during the dOCUMENTA 13. 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 for *one week*. Our proposal for a Topic is:
Currently homogenization of what we call the Public seems to go on. But is this a course working in itself? Are alternative nets without closings possible? Or were they about to preserve the status quo? Because (quote:) "every Modular Building contains a net backup as standby, a room for Electrical Engeneering, Data Flow, rooms for Telecommunication and Intruder and Fire Detection as well as Computers for Signalling Technologies."
The major distinctions of the “Pilorama Lab“ are, first of all, three factors – invitation of young professionals at the age from 25 to 35 years old, who obtained positive working experiences in the fields of socioeconomic, political, cultural questions and in the realm of civic education and initiatives; carrying-out of interdisciplinary master classes and discussions, as long as many problems in the globalizing world can’t be solved by using knowledge and tools of one branch only; European dimension (equal attendance of participants and experts from Russia and European states in the event – 40 participants as well as 8 experts from each party accordingly). The themes of the anticipating master classes within the EYF “Pilorama Lab“ will be:
Urban Space. Ecology. Civic Participation
Ethnic Minorities. Access to Natural Resources. Human Rights
Historical Legacy. Political Education. Design
Social Entrepreneurship. Businesses and NGOs
European Youth Forum "Pilorama Lab"
Perm and in the Village of Kuchino (Memorial Centre of the History of Political Repressions "Perm 36").