Which structures does your project build, rely on, perpetuate, need? About Eyelevel Gallery Eyelevel Gallery is a not-for-profit charitable organization dedicated to the presentation, development and promotion of contemporary art. Through a range of programming initiatives such as exhibitions, performances, special projects, and workshops, Eyelevel Gallery has provided a forum for the discussion and education of contemporary visual art for 40 years.
In , Eyelevel Gallery made the move to an exhibition model that prioritizes offsite programs. Maintaining an office in the North End, including a Bookstore, Eyelevel now presents exhibitions and projects in alternative spaces, on a seasonal programming model. Decoy Magazine invites artists of all disciplines to submit proposals for temporary, public, and event-based artworks to take place in Vancouver over the next year.
The selected works will be presented as a thematic series called Happenstance. Submissions are accepted on an ongoing basis and are reviewed by program curators. Applications from artists from other disciplines who wish to expand their creative practices are welcome. Please be aware that programming is often determined one to two years in advance.
We will contact you if we feel that your proposal is suitable to the current programming at the Western Front. Support material description with media, title and year of production. Please do not send originals or masters. Appointed by the European Commission, Ars Electronica in cooperation with BOZAR and Waag Society is launching an international prize to select the most pioneering collaborations and results in the field of creativity and innovation at the crossings of science and technology with the arts.
This competition is not limited to a particular genre such as media art and digital art. All forms of technological and scientific research that are inspired by art or in which artists are integrated as catalysts of new ways of seeing things. This competition is not limited to citizens of EU-member states. Worldwide presentations featuring the prizewinning projects at various events of partner institutions.
We are now looking for artists, living and working in Finland, to lead a community arts project and create a site-specific artwork to be presented at the festival. Both existing working groups or individual artists may submit application. We are, particularly, interested in artists experienced working with multicultural communities. The project is a part of the New Start Finland! New Start Finland! The artists are expected to commit to the aims of the New Start Finland!
This is a project work between 1st March and 31st November , equivalent of around 2 months full-time job. The working languages are English and Finnish. The proposal deadline is January 15, The form allows a link to be made to online documentation of previous work and for applicants to attach a CV and a supporting document or images. Proposals that do not strictly conform to these guidelines will not be considered.
We advice the applicants to get familiar with the artistic direction of ANTI Festival by reviewing our past projects on, for example, our Vimeo page!
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ANTI began life in Held annually in Kuopio, Finland, the city hosts the festival, projects by artists from around the world inhabit the spaces of public life — homes, shops, city squares, business, forests, lakes — and directly engage communities and audiences in the making and showing of their work. The festival is free to attend. How does one inhabit emptiness? There is a tension and struggle between the will of the space in preserving its void and the will of the forces that wish to occupy it. This conflict became the subject matter of conversation between the Director of EMST National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens , Katerina Koskina, and curator Lanfranco Aceti after they shared their concerns for the realization of any exhibition starting from zero.
These concerns are only magnified in the case of the opening of a new museum, as is the current situation of the EMST. Details on the call for submissions, the curatorial statement and the exhibition space can be found here. The art projects will also be considered for future physical exhibitions at EMST. The most exceptional project proposals will be included in a highly illustrated catalogue published by the Leonardo Electronic Almanac — MIT Press. Since its inception in , EVA has maintained, expanded and reformulated its Open Call as a tool for curatorial research, democratizing the biennial spectrum for art practices across media, generations and locations.
The 38th edition of EVA International will be open to the public from April 14 to July 8, , across various locations, institutions and public spaces in Limerick City. Selected artists will receive artist fees and production budgets as appropriate. For further information please visit www.
The Canadian winner will be one of eight artists worldwide to be awarded the coveted prize to live and work at the Glenfiddich Distillery in Dufftown, Scotland. Now in its 16th year, the program covers the cost of travel, living expenses and materials throughout the residency.
While living in crofts traditional small Scottish farm houses , artists are encouraged to take inspiration from the unique setting in the Scottish Highlands. The experience provides an opportunity unlike any other for artists to work in an international community, share in a dialogue with other artists and foster cross-disciplinary ideas. A distinguished jury selects from approximately submissions each year and creates a list of ten finalists.
The jury includes Dr. And when it was completed it still felt like lunacy, but by then I had met a whole community of other artists to help me realize the project, and thanks to a group effort it got off the ground. Past Canadian recipients have included artists working in a wide range of disciplines, including Daniel Barrow, Myfanwy MacLeod, Damian Moppett, Annie Pootoogook, and Eleanor King pictured above, second from the left , who spent her time in Dufftown last summer living without any technology created after For more information and to apply please visit www.
These residencies will take place between May and September next year. Artists on residency are given the time, space and financial support to concentrate upon the development of their work. Cove Park provides a supportive context in which artists can devise new projects, experiment and engage with those working in different fields or with different approaches to their practice. Participating artists receive a fee and on-site accommodation. Catrin Kemp Assistant Director catrin [point] kemp [arobas] covepark [point] org.
Project proposals will be accepted until February 7th, Residency to take place from March 30th to April 9th, In conjunction with the conference Beyond Spectacle organized by the Institute for the Humanities of Simon Fraser University, Cinevolution invites artists — local, national and international — to present projects for an artist residency to take place in Vancouver, BC, from March 30th to April 9th, From the collapse of the nation-state concurring with an international rise of fascism to the pressure of new technologies that embody a neoliberal performance of oneself, social relations are mediated by images to an increasing degree.
Opening prior to the conference and continuing throughout and afterwards, the residency will operate as a workshop for critical dialogue and experimentation. Visiting artists will be paired with local artists, and matched with scholar advisors.
Conference attendees will be invited to participate in the proposed situations, and resident artists will be invited to intervene in conference proceedings, creating a dynamic environment to share ideas and projects. The residency will take place in a multi-purpose studio. Facilities include tables, printer, sofa, coffee machine, Internet connection, a projector and a library of relevant texts.
Participants are invited to bring their own material and tools.
Light refreshments will be offered during the residency. The organizers will document the residency and make this material available on a website, which will also serve as a platform to present artist contributions. For collective projects, please include the aforementioned information for each participant.
A statement no longer than words containing a description of the project. A brief curriculum vitae 2 pages max. Late submissions will not be considered.
Although we welcome submissions from outside Vancouver, we are unable to compensate travel expenses. Works should be in thematic unity with the residency and related programming, and collaboration is encouraged. The participants selected will be notified via e-mail or telephone by February 14th.
After that date, the organizers will discuss project conditions with the selected participants, as well as production and installation costs if applicable. The projects will be selected by a jury of arts professionals according to feasibility and criticality.
We also encourage proposals outside of the above-mentioned suggestions or those challenging the proposed framework. Artists interested in public action should highlight that in their proposals. Priority will be given to participants who are in an on-going dialog with critical theories and interested in sharing their knowledge. This event welcomes participants from all origins, gender, sexual orientation, faith and ability. Currently Accepting Applications for both and Residency Programs.