ArtSpaceDream announces a call for artists for the Make Way project, the Philosophy of Contemporary Art exhibit to be held in Rome, Italy. Located in one of the most popular areas, Trastevere, in the cozy Spacio40 gallery. The exhibition will last nine days over two weekends.
Deadline: 15 Dec 2019
Philosophy Of Contemporary Art exhibiting artists should include art philosophers, artists who gracefully embody their deep ideas on canvas. No matter how this idea is expressed – in form, colors, style, shapes, or faces. The main thing is for the artist to know exactly what his creation is about and able to convey this to the viewer through painting.
All that is born in modern art today is the search for new sensations in the viewer, the desire to surprise or even shock. Art should induce a person into discussion, the person must think, analyze, and form opinion.
ArtSpaceDream is a small team of like-minded artists who follow their dreams. They have created a company that organizes exhibitions of artists whose names are not yet known to anyone. Designers, journalists, and an art curator work with them. Their goal is to help artists go beyond their own workshop and create a full-fledged exhibition portfolio that will help further advance the artist in the market. The paintings must travel. The name of the artist must sound in different countries.
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CASTRO offers a studio program for visual artists and curators, providing them with a workspace and pedagogical guidance. The emphasis at CASTRO lies on individual practice and close contact with a community of distinguished visiting lecturers – artists, writers, curators, and scholars. It is conceived as a small-scale alternative platform to explore critical education and community. At any time CASTRO can hosts up to five artists and one curator.
Deadline: 5 Sept 2018
Artists may apply to participate for a duration of four months (periods: from November to February; from March to June) or eight months (from November to June). Curators may apply to participate for a duration of four months (periods: from November to February; from March to June).
The studio program selection panel is composed of international visiting lecturers from a variety of backgrounds. After evaluation and careful deliberation based on the submitted portfolios, the committee decides upon the admission of the applicants before end of September. This year’s selection panel will be Michael Archer, Will Benedict, Barbara Casavecchia, Maria Adele Del Vecchio, Alberto Di Fabio, and John O’Doherty.
Artists in residence studio program provides
- Tutorials: 50 minute one-to-one meetings in the studio with artists and other specialists in the field in order to talk about the artist in residence’s work.
- Studio visits: supporter’s or other’s (curators, artistic directors of foundations and museums, gallery owners, and collectors) private/guided visits in the artist’s studio in order to see and talk about his most recent work in an informal environment.
- Open studio days: whole days during which artist studios are open to the public.
- Excursions and guided tours of the city.
- Workshops with local artisans to deepen traditional Roman practices such as working with marble and cast ghisa (iron).
- Online blog hosted on CASTRO’s website.
CASTRO is a multifunctional space founded to support artists, curators, and researchers. It promotes an experimental, versatile, and highly collaborative learning model both for the arts and the local community. This organization is the only non profit in Rome which offers a studio and program for free to artists and curators. It is independent from any other art organization and program. The studio spaces are in the neighborhood of Trastevere, in Rome’s historical center. CASTRO is connected with other projects in Italy and abroad. This offers residents the opportunity to enter into a network and start exchanges. This ensures the program maintains vital close contact with current issues in contemporary art. The project aims to expand this network from year to year.
Public programs include:
- Artist talks: conferences with artists invited to talk about their work and their journey.
- Curator’s round tables: monthly round tables moderated by a young curator with three experts in the field to intervene on a chosen theme.
- Project presentations: founders of projects related to contemporary art are invited to talk about their activities and their experience.
- Cineforum: screening of a film and subsequent public debate.
CASTRO’s main activities are crits. Crits are day long sessions to discuss works. Each artist’s work is usually shown for up to an hour to allow a conversation. Presenting artists can either sit back and listen to the feedback or answer questions. Any artist in Rome can sign up on CASTRO’s website to present their work. Anyone can participate to the discussion. This activity fosters exchanges between artists in residence in CASTRO, those in residence in foreign institutions in Rome, and Roman artists.
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c.r.e.t.a. rome is offering self-funded fall 2016 international artist residencies in Rome, Italy.
Deadline: 15 May 2016
c.r.e.t.a. rome offers artist residencies for ceramic artists, visual artists, and writers for periods of 5 to 10 weeks.
The Fall 2016 International Artist Residencies in Rome, Italy, fee covers a semi-private equipped studio, private room in shared housing in the historical center of Rome, and technical assistance in procuring materials, and advice on museums, galleries, and sites in Rome and beyond. The residency period culminates in a curated exhibition of work produced at c.r.e.t.a. rome.
Artists have the opportunity to focus on their art, whether creating a new body of work, expanding a well-established oeuvre, or allowing to draw inspiration from surroundings and the centuries of culture that define the eternal city. In addition, they will have access to the wealth of galleries and exhibitions in Rome and beyond.
We also offer a residency in the countryside near Bracciano, with private accommodation in a 1-bedroom house and a garden and a private studio. This option is particularly attractive for collaborative projects and/or ceramic artists who work with reduction firing as well as non-ceramic artists who prefer a private studio.
The Italian word for clay seemed perfect to express our commitment to creating an international reference point for ceramics and the arts in the eternal city of Rome. Immerse yourself in the ‘dolce vita,’ sip on an espresso at an outdoor cafe and indulge yourself with a daily gelato and prosecco. The innumerable museums, churches, and monuments that date from antiquity through to the present day make every stroll an opportunity for new discovery.
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Ventitre01 is selecting the new artists for the 2016 collection.
Deadline: 20 Dec 2015
This year we are offering 1000 € to the author of the first selected artwork chosen among the ones belonging to all the five categories and free promotional features for the 10 finalists included in the new catalog.
- 1st: 1000,00 € prize; inclusion in the on line and paper Ventitre01 catalogs, free promotion and participation in our events and art shows.
- 2nd to 10th prizes: inclusion in the on line and paper Ventitre01 catalogs, free promotion and participation in our events and art shows.
We are searching for works of painting, drawing, graphic design, computer graphics, and photography to publish in our catalogs and promote the selected artworks by our initiatives and exhibition events – the originals as well the limited edition certified copies we produce.
Ventitre01 is a brand and association. Our goal is to create a real market, and this aim means working on personal artistic growth respecting each one’s path and inspiration. The artists are not and should not be the target of the art promoters, because they are the makers. We want to reach all the people that are interested in art, or simply desire to treasure art in their life. We want the artists to catch opportunities even beside the traditional ways, locations, and spots.
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c.r.e.t.a. rome offers artist residencies for ceramic artists, visual artists, and writers for a periods of 4 and 5 weeks.
Deadline: 31 Mar 2016
A selection committee composed of artists, art critics, and historians carefully evaluates applicants based on their artistic experience, merit, and project proposal.
Artists have the opportunity to focus on their art, whether it be creating a new body of work, expanding a well-established oeuvre, or allowing themselves to draw inspiration from their surroundings and the centuries of culture that define the eternal city.
c.r.e.t.a. rome is offering an international self-funded residency program in Rome, Italy. The Italian word for clay seemed perfect to express our commitment to creating an international reference point for ceramics and the arts in the eternal city of Rome. Moreover, taken as an acronym, it spells out our main activities: ceramics, residencies, exhibitions, teaching and the arts. We are located in the mid 16th-century Palazzo Delfini in the historical center of Rome, just blocks from the Capitoline Hill on one side and the Pantheon on the other.
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