[Sponsored Listing] Fontys’ international, one-year Master Performing Public Space (PPS) invites creatives from all art disciplines to join with their individual practice-led artistic research projects. The program is a hybrid format combining online and on-site intensive weeks. In a time in which political and social structures are re-considered heavily, PPS offers a flexible and innovative environment to artistically question, redefine, and reclaim public space in its broadest sense. Become part of the Master’s international community of artists and researchers re-creating our public spaces.
Enter by: 28 Feb 2022
As a student of Master Performing Public Space you will benefit from the following:
- International art and research community
- Individual coaching and collective experimentation
- Work in an interdisciplinary setting
- Strengthen critical and artistic positioning
- 24/7 access to the online learning platform
Combining an interdisciplinary range of approaches and subjects with an equally diverse range of research methods, PPS creates the opportunity for artists to explore their practice and its potential in public space. Creatives with a background in theatre, dance, circus, music, fine arts, architecture, digital arts, and graphic design are welcome to join this program.
Performing Public Space is committed to understanding how cultural developments can produce meaningful change within our shared spaces. Based on the idea that public space exists only when it is socially performed. The primary goal of the program is to enable students to adopt an independent and critical reflective attitude while inventively switching between different roles in the organizational process of their artistic research. This Master offers its students the necessary tools to perform critically and effectively as artists and researchers and be able to navigate complex modes and methods surrounding the contemporary artistic process and result.
- Acquire the skills needed to conduct artistic research
- Develop well-grounded artistic strategies
- Gain a stronger awareness of and position in the sociopolitical context
Fontys is a forward-looking University of Applied Science in the Netherlands. They offer Bachelor, Master, and Exchange programmes in a variety of fields. It is the place to be for anyone who is interested in technology, entrepreneurship, and creativity. As a public institution of higher professional education, Fontys is at the heart of society. While with Fontys, students lay the foundations for a meaningful social contribution during their careers. Professionals come for retraining, refresher courses, and further training. Through practice-based research, Fontys contributes to solving the issues in the world around us.
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[Sponsored Listing] Artist’s Eye Books announce a call for artists and illustrators for Artist’s Eye On Galway, a beautifully finished publication prominently displaying the works of art that celebrate the wonderful locations and landmarks of Galway City and County, Ireland. It will be a visual tour of these places as viewed through the artists’ eyes.
Deadline: 31 Jan 2022
Artists will feature prominently in a published book, along with their details and links to their website/social media accounts. These will be promoted nationally, online, and to a private list of art collectors and patrons.
From the works accepted to our publication, a number of these will be featured in a physical launching exhibition which will be held in Galway City, Ireland, in a prominent city-centre hotel during July 2022 when tourists flock to this thriving city of the arts.
About Artist’s Eye Books
Artist’s Eye Books is founded and run by a group of local artists. Being artists, they understand how difficult it can be to get exposure and exhibition time. They are dedicated to giving this access to other artists. Artist’s Eye has teamed up with a local independent publisher who is delighted to be able to organize the publishing and printing aspects of the project. The publisher has a track record of creating good-quality printed books.
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[Sponsored Listing] The BARON Book Prize is an annual prize, which recognizes book projects from emerging artists and image-makers who have created projects investigating gender, sex, sexuality, and identity politics.
The prize is open to artists and image-makers working in any medium, from anywhere in the world, over the age of 18. The winner will receive the opportunity to work with BARON in publishing their book project. The winners will be announced in December 2021, and their book published as part of BARON’S summer 2022 catalogue, with global distribution.
Deadline: 31 Oct 2021
The Baron Book Prize 2021 is judged by an industry panel who will create a shortlist of the best submissions to decide a winner. The winner will be judged on their book’s concept and how this has influenced the rationale behind the construction of their book, outcome, and design.
Baron Book Prize Judges
- Rut Blees Luxemburg is an artist, academic, and curator whose work has been exhibited internationally at institutions including Tate Modern, London and Centre Pompidou, Paris. Blees Luxemburg is a research fellow on the photography MA at the Royal College of Art, London and the co-founder of FILET, an exhibition space for experimental art production. In 2020, Blees Luxemburg was awarded the Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society of the United Kingdom.
- Mohammad Al-Hasani is the director of Vice Versa distribution. Based in Berlin, Vice Versa specializes in architecture, art, design, fashion, film, photography, and theory, with wide-ranging visibility for its programme. Vice Versa carries a carefully-curated list of publishers, including distribution for Baron in Europe.
- Stephen Male began his career as the art director of i-D magazine. In 2008, he relocated to New York to become the art director of American Vogue. Male’s work has been featured in design annuals, books, and publications such as 100 Years of Magazine Covers by Steve Taylor and Neville Brody and Modern Magazine Design by William Owen. Male has been recognized with numerous awards including the coveted D&AD Pencil for best editorial art direction for i-D magazine.
- Cinsy Tam is the assistant creative director and editor of BARON. Tam has worked on many of BARON’S book releases including books by Petra Collins and Bruce LaBruce and the BARON Prize for art and photography.
About Baron Books
BARON was launched in 2011 publishing books about sex, sexuality, gender, and identity politics through a fine art or fashion lens. Past books have included books by Canadian film director Bruce LaBruce, photographer Petra Collins, artist Namio Harukawa, Versace, photographer Harley Weir, and fashion photographer Tyrone Lebon. Baron’s books are stocked worldwide in 26 different markets, in concept stores, book shops, and museum stores. Many of Baron’s books are in collections, including the book collections at MoMA, NYC and The LUMA Foundation.
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[Sponsored Listing] Musée de peinture de Saint-Frajou are pleased to announce a call for artists for the 7th juried online Art Resilience exhibition. Up to two works may be exhibited per artist. Categories are painting, gouache, drawing, photography, and sculpture.
Deadline: 15 Jul 2021
The selection is announced to the candidate within 48 hours following his candidacy. Prizes awarded by jury.
Art Resilience Exhibition Awards
- 1° Award 200 euros
- 2° Award 150 euros
- Painting award (Medal)
- Graphics award (Medal)
- Sculpture award (Medal)
- Photography award (Medal)
About Musée de peinture de Saint-Frajou
The international Art Resilience exhibition is related to the art movement Art Resilience founded by Ksenia Milicevic in 2014. The exhibition is sponsored by Art Museum of Saint-Frajou, France.
This museum presents a permanent collection constituted by paintings, sculpture, and drawings. In different periods of the year, the museum can welcome temporary exhibitions of paintings and sculptures. These temporary exhibitions allow various artists to expose their works to the public. The museum organizes CinéArt, conferences, and painting and drawing classes for adults and children.
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[Sponsored Listing] BBA Gallery in Berlin, Germany announces a call for artists for the BBA Artist Prize 2021. This is an international call open to all media, ages above 18, and genders, as well as all career paths, stages, and educational backgrounds. An international jury of high ranking industry professionals judge the entries, they look for the artist which shows the highest potential, outstanding creativity with professionalism, and who has most convincingly and skillfully executed a concept or work.
Deadline: 15 Mar 2021
The Kühlhaus Berlin is one of the city’s most favored venues for art and cultural events. It is a heritage building at Gleisdreieck, a central and well-known location in Berlin. The BBA Artist Prize 2021 exhibition is showing on the 5th floor of the building, which offers the following: Exhibiting space of over 600 m2, lift entrance, wheelchair accessible, WC facilities. The vast space allows for the presentation of about a dozen artists and a variety of media – video art, installed projections, time-based media, and sculptural works. Brick walls alternate with a classic white cube style so that paintings, photography, and print works each find a perfect spot.
BBA Artist Prize 2021 Artist Benefits
Longlisted artists: 30 longlisted artists will be featured on the BBA Gallery website and actively promoted on social media throughout spring 2021.
Shortlisted artists: 10-15 shortlisted artists will be selected out of the longlist in early April 2021. The shortlisted artists exhibit in a group show and are eligible to win the 3 prizes. In addition, each shortlisted artist receives a promotion through the gallery’s Artsy profile, website, PR, and social media channels.
Group exhibition during Gallery Weekend Berlin 2021: The exhibition of the shortlisted artists and the announcement of the prize winners is a highlight during Gallery Weekend Berlin from 30th April to 2nd May 2021. The Gallery Weekend Berlin is one of the leading events for contemporary art in Germany and attracts art enthusiasts and collectors from all over the world.
Solo show at BBA Gallery in 2022
Cash prize 1000 €
Artsy profile + online solo show
Cash prize 500 €
Artsy profile + online solo show
Cash prize 300 €
About BBA Gallery
BBA Gallery works with emerging and mid-career artists. These are industry terms, labels that help simplify complexity. Artists don’t need a label. They need a champion – a committed gallery who kicks doors for them, introduces their work to collectors, and shares their vision with the world. That’s why BBA Gallery launched in 2017. They find and represent artists with unique talent and ideas, a strong vision, and compelling style. Age or education are not the most important criteria. They are more interested in authenticity, perseverance, professionalism, and outstanding artworks – no matter the medium.
BBA Gallery began as an artist-run project space in 2015. Their ethos has been clear. Seek out talented and passionate artists and give them all the nurture they need whether they’re emerging or mid-career.
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GaleriaZero announces a call for artists for GZ-Basel 2020/21, an ongoing, virtual art fair.
Deadline: 30 Oct 2020
If your art is approved, then at least 2 artworks will be included in the virtual art fair. Artwork will be included in a printable catalog that can be ordered online. Works will be added during the year and promoted in social media and virtual art magazines.
The work of the included artists will be online and for sale until end 2021. Sales commission is 25%. The artist agrees that the real work will be delivered to the buyer in case of sale. GaleriaZero will be helpful to make this process as successful and fluid as possible.
Being selected for the GZ-Basel virtual art fair means that your work will be approved for eventual inclusion in the physical art event that will take place in Basel in May / June 2021.
GaleriaZero has organized and curated international art events since 1997. They have had successful art exhibitions in Barcelona, New York, Paris, Berlin, Basel, London, China, and Japan. GaleriaZero has participated in leading art fairs such as TokyoArtFair, Shanghai Artfair, Loop Barcelona, and Artshopping Paris. They encourage artists with the realization of physical individual exhibitions and the creation of professional full color catalogs of high quality. All events receive extensive promotion in social media and professional publicity resources.
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The Visual Artists Association (VAA) announces a call for artists for the Evolve Programme, an online, three-day workshop on how to sell art online. Workshops will focus on learning how to sell art, gain online followers, and build a profitable arts business. Learn how sell art online and create multiple streams of income including social media training. Find your niche and grow your followers on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn.
Deadline: 5 Jul 2020
Open to Visual Artists Association members only. Join the VAA as a member and have access to the Evolve Programme, resources, and artist advice. Membership starts from £4.50 per month and include £5m public liability insurance and access to events and resources. Participation is limited and awarded on a first come basis.
Feel supported and learn insider secrets and knowledge from thriving artists and industry professionals. Maximize your time by building your arts business on solid foundations which leaves more time for creating.
About Visual Artists Association
The Visual Artists Association champions artists at all stages of their careers to succeed in the business of art. We don’t believe that the cultural myth of the impoverished artist needs to exist. Instead, you will find VAA assisting artists in building their businesses by generating sales via marketing and distribution channels (self-representation, galleries, publishers) as well as advising on personal brand creation and the practicalities of managing arts businesses.
VAA offers members tools to succeed including access to a range of training, business advice services, online resources, events, and access to a supportive and progressive community. They are open to emerging and established artists.
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The Field Kitchen Academy announces a call for artists for The Curious Loop, their interdisciplinary, educational residency programme that gathers artists/ creative minds, a resident chef, and prominent experts from different fields together around a kitchen table through mind-opening acts and actions. On its second edition, a total of 11 interdisciplinary residents will be selected to join the upcoming Field Kitchen Academy in its three modules. Curated by Ece Pazarbaşı, this year, under the title of The Curious Loop, the Field Kitchen Academy will use the notion of loops-in-sound as a gateway to other concepts of repetition, offering a variety of individual and collective experiences.
Deadline: 22 Jun 2020
Loops represent a time that is suspended, which is a compressed source of the past, present, and the future. The loop oscillates between the known and the unknown. As for the viewer and listener, it could unfold to a future of known (as it repeats the same material over and over again), but it may relate to an unknown (as surprises are always welcome). One never knows if the loop will be broken with an unknown sound or visual component – no matter how well defined and repeated the loop has developed in the past. If one cannot step into the same river twice and one opens to perception with all senses, what differences can we find in each loop?
Composed of three intertwined modules that allow for different durations in the residency, the program is open to application from all disciplines and all walks of life. The selected residents will have the opportunity of pursuing processes of experimentation, discussion, trial and error, the progression of knowledge, and know-how in working sessions during the first 3 weeks. The last half week will be the ‘simmering’ period where the residents are expected to do nothing but only listening.
The outcome of the Field Kitchen Academy’s three working sessions will be presented as part of The Curious Loop Public Program. The Public Program is partially supported by Musikfonds and Die Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien.
Location: Gutshaus Wusten-Buchholz, Perleberg, Germany. Approximately 2 hours away from Berlin. Selected participants will be announced by 6 July 2020.
Educational Residency Leaders
- Bill Fontana (composer and video artist)
- Hans Peter Kuhn (sound and visual artist)
- Sebastian Mullaert A.k.a Minilogue (producer and DJ)
- Ove Holmqvist (sound artist)
- Hans Rosenström (sound artist)
- Steffi Weismann (sound artist)
- Ji Woo and Sun Woo (Zen Masters)
- Prof. Dr. Ursula Koch (Neurophysiologist)
Chef in Residence: Emrah Tas
Selection committee: Peter Cusack, Ali M. Demirel, Juliana Hodkinson, Mario Asef, and Ece Pazarbaşı.
The Curious Loop Artist Benefits
The three intertwined modules allow for different durations in the residency. The participation fee covers shared room for two people for the entire period, 3 plant based meals (breakfast, lunch, dinners, and tea time snacks), and the program fee for the entire working sessions and participation in the public program. With an inter-disciplinary approach, the Field Kitchen Academy invites six experts of academics and field practitioners to meet 10 carefully selected artists/ creative minds and a resident cook in a concentrated environment with health regulations.
About Field Kitchen Academy
Field Kitchen Academy is a mobile project of GROUND e.V., that brings artists and creative minds together with experts around interdisciplinary topics and food. It aims at transcending the existing borders between research and practice, beyond forms and formats with innovative tools, and experiences on holistic knowing and thinking. It aims at stimulating new areas and formats of investigations. Programs support artistic practice and creative thinking in a lab format. The three pillars of the Field Kitchen Academy:
Each edition of Field Kitchen Academy is uses the residency period as a process for a field research on a particularly selected concept. It chooses to take place in idyllic or characteristically unique urban areas to attain an encapsulated focus of its participants.
kitchen |ˈkɪtʃɪn, -tʃ(ə)n|
Field Kitchen Academy acts in two dimensions. It is an educational lab for experimentation, discussion, trial and fail, progression of knowledge and creativity where heated and open debates can take place. And it is an educational residency for app. 10 participants and one resident cook. It provides a ‘simmering’ time for its residents, where they will have the opportunity to work and reflect through the knowledge they co-created with the experts.
kitchen table |ˈkɪtʃɪn, -tʃ(ə)n| |ˈteɪb(ə)l|
At the Field Kitchen Academy, the kitchen table is a symbol for uniting and overcoming the hierarchies of conventional education. It stands out for a table of equity and experience exchange platform. Smarts with street smarts share their wisdom with the residents of the programme.
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The Kent Medway Museums National Portfolio Organisation Partnership (KMM NPO) are seeking proposals from sound artists to create new audio artworks to be accessioned as permanent artefacts within the museum collections. ‘Ten Songs for a Lar’ is an ambitious new commission searching for multiple audio interpretations of a bronze ‘Lar’ – a household god figurine (dated circa. 200AD) held in the collections at The Guildhall Museum, Rochester, UK.
Deadline: 15 Jun 2020
This commission is part of the KMM NPO’s ambition to produce artworks that encourage audiences to think about ‘What is collecting? What makes a display? Which stories are being told at museums and how?’ Museum objects, often grouped in predefined, restricted spaces sit silently, sparsely captioned, awaiting the attention of further, deeper, exploration. Museums do not just collect, care, and exhibit objects; they categorise, contextualise, and interpret objects to fulfill their own, and their intended audiences, requirements. The many stories behind these often human made objects, and the emotive connections they intend to make, can therefore become difficult to obtain.
The KMM NPO is looking to appoint 10 musicians or artists (from across the globe) working with sound to create individual, thought provoking, emotive works to interpret a Lar figurine – an inherently ‘traditional’ museum object. Without the need for images, physical presence, and perhaps even words, we want to know: ‘what does this object say to you, and what stories do you wish to give voice to, and bring to life, through music and sound?’.
Ten Songs For A Lar: Benefits
Successful artists will receive £1,000 per selected track (inclusive of VAT).
Inspired by the Guildhall Lar, the commission will comprise of 10 separate audio responses. The 10 audio responses will:
- Become permanent digital artefacts accessioned (added to) the collections of the NPO partners
- Made into a physical, limited-edition vinyl record to be deposited in each of the museums partners collections
- Be promoted individually and as a group of audio tracks (album)
- Exhibited together as part of a touring exhibition/display
- Through the process of this commission the KMM NPO also intends to achieve broader aims of:
- Showing and interpreting collections in new and exciting ways
- Reaching new, and broader audiences
- Extend the cultural offering at each of the partner organisations
- Promote a diverse and varied point of view in response to traditional museum items
- Continue to challenge the boundaries of commissioning within museums by embracing non-physical, non-visual, creative outputs
- Maximise the potential of those working from home, via digital platforms and the ability to work and share creativity within the current climate
- Lead innovatively, and with flexibility – supporting and showcase artist otherwise unable to currently work and develop their practice
About The Kent Medway Museums National Portfolio Organisation Partnership
The KMM NPO is a group of four museums (The Historic Dockyard Chatham, Canterbury Museums & Galleries, Guildhall Museum Rochester and Tunbridge Wells Museum & Gallery) funded by Arts Council England (ACE) to work together to deliver excellence in the use of collections and to inspire learning, creativity, and well-being to existing and new audiences in their communities.
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The Reclaim Kollektiv announces a call for artists for the Reclaim Award 2020. Ads out, art in! Reclaim your place in public space. Billboards become cultural conceptual surfaces, artistic canvases, or photographic landscapes. The city a public museum. Reclaim replaces advertising on large surfaces with your art. With the award, make a contribution towards culturally enhancing the public space. Make Cologne’s urban profile more attractive. Display billboards that stimulate, illustrate diversity and difference, and open up conceptual spaces. Easily perceivable, public, and for everyone!
Deadline: 26 Apr 2020
Entry fee: 1 entry: 25€ / 2 entries: 40€ / 3 entries: 50€.
Where usually cruises, cars, or detergents find large places to shine, there will now be art. 40 billboards become exhibition surfaces.
This year, the Reclaim Kollektiv holds the second Reclaim Award in Cologne. For the debut in 2019, 551 artists from 29 countries applied to redesign 25 billboards in urban areas of Cologne. Since this went beyond any intended scope, there will be already 40 large-scale billboards to show art in 2020.
Reclaim grows. A plus of 15 surfaces means even more radiance for the artpieces, even more visibility for the artists. The stage is ready, Cologne as public museum. Perception in public space is the highest: large-scale billboards on bustling streets, busy train stations, and in urban, alternative neighbourhoods of Cologne.
The winners will exhibit their works in the form of 18/1 posters on billboards rented in a central location, for the duration of 10 days. Artists from all fields and all countries are welcome to participate in the competition.
About Reclaim Kollektiv
The Reclaim Kollektiv consists of three business partners and friends. Odo Hans is a freelance artist and initiator of the Reclaim Award. Together with Tobias Handorf and Caspar Wündrich, managers of the design studio neoactio in Cologne, they founded the Kollektiv in 2019.
Last years’ debut was a great success for the trio. 551 applicants liked the idea and shared the vision. This years’ Reclaim Award grew by 15 surfaces.
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