[Side Arts Certified Sponsored Listing] MiRNArte announces a call for artists for Viral Human – Public Art and Metaverse, the first virtual exhibition on the island of Venice, Italy. The project is sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Academy of Fine Arts of Venice, and Ugo and Olga Levi Foundation.
The exhibition relies on prestigious collaborations including the well-known theatre director Matteo Belli, Department of Ancient Music of the Benedetto Marcello Conservatory, Venice State Archives, Venice Civic Museums Foundation, Scuola Grande di San Rocco, and Pantakin Theatre Company – comedy circus theatre events.
Apply by: 31 May 2023 (Deadline Extended)
Viral Human participants will virtually exhibit their work in a place in the city of Venice, Italy, of their choice, becoming part of an international collective exhibition, which will start on 17 July and end on 2 November 2023. The Viral Human project and the works of the artists will be available through the mobile application.
At the end of the art exhibition, a jury composed of members of the sector including artist Fabrizio Plessi; the Director of the Academy of Fine Arts of Venice, Riccardo Caldura; and the composer and conductor Carlo Boccadoro will award prizes to the first three artists of the Visual Arts and Contemporary Music sections.
The MiRNArte team is composed of artists and creatives with many years of experience in the management and development of artistic and innovative projects. After years of training and work both in Italy and abroad, MiRNArte was created by combining the team’s respective paths and educational backgrounds. MiRNArte’s focus is to create a network of professionals who are involved actively in experimenting new design approaches in order to move together towards the future of art and look at the constantly changing soul of the world.
For more information, contact email@example.com.
Venice MainStreet is holding a contest for an interactive mural in Historic Downtown Venice, Florida. The mural will be located predominately downtown for hundreds of thousands of yearly visitors to see. Work must be completed by June 14, 2019. A Visit Florida grant will pay for a portion of this project.
Deadline: 29 Mar 2019
Create an interactive mural that encourages people to take a picture with the image and share on social media. It must fit in with the ambiance of Historic Downtown Venice and advertise Venice, FL. Concept should include details on scope of pay, maintenance expectations, artist bio with images of past work, and the materials to be used. Theme: 3-D action image fitting to Venice in the time period of 1920s and the 1930s. A committee will choose the winning artwork by April 5, 2019.
Interactive Mural Artist Benefits
The artist will receive the credit and recognition of the artwork and financial compensation for their time and efforts. Financial compensation amount is yet to be determined.
About Venice MainStreet
Venice MainStreet (VMS) is committed to preserving and enhancing the character, beauty, economic, and community vitality of Historic Downtown Venice, Florida. Since 1988, Venice MainStreet has operated as a volunteer driven, 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in the community by preserving, protecting, and promoting Historic Downtown Venice. This goal is achieved by bringing interesting events to attract visitors and enhance the lifestyle of local residents. It invests in amenities, marketing, and infrastructure for Historic Downtown Venice.
Venice MainStreet is funded by grants, fundraising, donations, and partners. It is an accredited through the Florida Main Street Program and Main Street America. VMS is united with thousands of other Main Street organizations around the country, all of which work in a similar defined district of a historic downtown. Main Streets follow a structured approach called “the four point approach.” This was created in the 1980s by the National Main Street Center in response to nationwide large commercial shopping malls which threatened historic downtowns. VMS was formed by a partnership between the The Downtown Venice Association, City of Venice, the Venice Area Chamber of Commerce, and historic enthusiasts in 1987.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.