Artist Opportunities


A selection of international open calls and opportunities for contemporary art related competitions, prizes, exhibitions, awards, proposals, and grants for artists, writers and curators.

This is an edited listing. We update this feature once a week on Fridays from a selection of submissions, newsletters, magazines and blogs. Our editorial team of practicing artists only select opportunities they feel offer a clear benefit to the submitting artists. To recommend an opportunity for listing, please fill in the form in the sidebar. We email around 19,500 art practitioners weekly with selected opportunities.

Artist in Residence

Blueproject Foundation Call for Artists 2019

The BLUEPROJECT FOUNDATION is a non-profit organization based in Barcelona whose main aim is to support and promote national and international artistic creation. This support is made through an exhibition and residency programme that promotes artists and works, which propose reflection of today's aesthetic, social and intellectual issues.

The foundation commits to providing a range of materials and human resources for the proper development of the projects, including use of the entire workshop space for a maximum period of two months (for each project) to develop the selected project, programming the exhibition/presentation of the project at the Sala Project calendar during the year 2019, and economic contribution of a TOTAL of 16,000 euros (all taxes included) to be shared among the three winning projects, assigned to cover the project costs or any other expenses directly related to it. 

Deadline 19 August 2018

Twitter: @BlueprojectF
Facebook: @blueprojectfoundation

Exhibition Opportunity

International Open Call: Polluted Postcards

This exhibition will be showcasing ‘Polluted Postcards’ that highlight the current/future reality of pollution.  The aim of the exhibition is to help raise the profile of the impact of pollution upon the environment, people and animals.
You are invited to submit up to 5 designs, which must be about pollution (such as water/land /thermal pollution), whether its showing pollution in a natural or urban environment, the effects/impacts of pollution or prevention:  Whatever your creative mind thinks up.
There is no wrong or right way of how your ‘Polluted Postcard’ design should look, as long as they are good quality prints. All mediums are welcome.

Deadline 20 August 2018

Polluted Postcards, Plymouth

Exhibition Opportunity

Open Call for Anxiety Season

In 2019 Science Gallery London will explore notions of anxiety in contemporary society - what causes anxiety, and how does it affect us? What is the emotional role of anxiety in society? What role does genetics play in making you more prone to anxiety than others? What are the anxiety-provoking issues in contemporary society? What are the influences of social factors, economics, class, and ethnicity on anxiety? How is anxiety used as a political tool? Does performance anxiety fuel creative drive?
This season will explore the phenomenon of anxiety in 21st century life, and what the future of anxiety and mental health looks like, and we want your ideas that will explore the above questions. We are open to all art forms and approaches.

Deadline 26 August 2018

Science Gallery London
Facebook: @scigallerylon
Twitter: @SciGalleryLon

Artist in Residence

Open Call for ARS BIOARCTICA Residency Programme

We are glad to announce an open call for our Ars Bioarctica residency program at the Kilpisjärvi Biological station of the University of Helsinki in the subarctic Lapland for the years 2019-2020.

The residency offers a unique possibility for artistic work in a biological field station and in the subarctic environment of Finland. As in the previous years, the residency is not funded.

We will select around 20 artists/artist groups to work at the station for periods from one week up to several months, the desired length of the visit should be stated in the application and it depends on the individual funding and needs of the proposed project.

Deadline 31 August 2018

Facebook: @bioartsociety
Twitter: @bioartsociety

Screening Opportunity

TBCTV by Somerset House Open Call

TBCTV is an installation and performance space in the form of a TV studio, created by Somerset House Studios residents Chloe Lamford, Mel Brimfield and Ewan Jones Morris during Frieze week (03-07 Oct 2018). The sculptural set in the Lancaster Rooms will operate as a publicly accessible exhibition context for embedded screens featuring a regularly updated schedule of moving image work. Playwrights and artists will devise live works for the set, with the same small repertory company of actors appearing in each piece.

We are launching an international call for existing single channel film and video work to add to a curated programme that includes work by Tamy Ben Tor, Sol Calero and Dafna Maimon, Kalup Linzy, Mary Reid Kelley, Bedwyr Williams and Rachel Maclean. We are looking for submissions that respond loosely to the broad theme of ‘Television’.  We are particularly interested in approaches including performance for camera and expanded script writing practices spanning character-based monologue, adaptation, found footage collage, and repurposing of generic TV formats, but will consider all moving image work of interest. Work under ten minutes is preferable, but longer works considered.

Deadline 31 August 2018

Twitter: @sh_studios_
Facebook: @somersethousestudios

Exhibition Opportunity

Alternative magazine seeks Fall 2018 art submissions

Alternative art and literature magazine The Matador Review is accepting submissions for the Fall 2018 publication. We publish poetry, fiction, flash fiction, and creative non-fiction, inviting all unpublished literature written in the English language (and translations that are accompanied by the original text) as well as many forms of visual art. 

Deadline 31 August 2018

The Matador Review
Twitter: @matadorreview
Facebook: @matadorreview

Artist in Residence

British Council Germany | Open Call for Emerging Artists

Develop your practice and networks internationally, at the Liebermann Villa, Wannsee, Berlin.

We are offering four places for artists based in the UK and Germany on an 3-day emerging artists’ programme to develop their practice and extend their networks by visiting and responding to the "London 1938: Defending ‘Degenerate’ German Art" exhibition at the Liebermann Villa, Wannsee, Berlin. The programme takes place 8 - 10 October 2018 in Berlin with travel, accommodation (8th and 9th October) and subsistence costs covered.

Deadline 31 August 2018

British Council Germany
Facebook: @BritishCouncilGermany
Twitter: @deBritish

Prizes and Awards

Artzine Art Prize 2018

Calling artists from around the world! Artzine is now inviting talented artists to take part in our upcoming international Art Prize 2018, starting on May 21st. In addition to providing artists with a great opportunity for exposure of their work in front of a global audience, the Art Prize 2018 will also share a 8.000€ award among the winners of the 4 competing categories: figurative art, abstract art, urban and pop art, and people’s choice. Participate and enjoy the opportunity of exhibiting your art in front of a global audience of artists, collectors and art lovers; and don’t miss the chance of winning a nice sum of money! For further details, please visit the Art Prize 2018 page.

Deadline 1 September 2018



Writer in Residence

Call for Submissions for New Contemporary Art Journal

Burlington Contemporary is a new online platform dedicated to fresh research and informed opinion on recent art. Reviews of exhibitions and books will be published weekly. These will be international in scope, and the emphasis will be on clear, accessible writing and expert, informed and diverse opinion. In addition, a free access, peer-reviewed academic journal will be published online three times a year, with its first issue scheduled for the end of 2018. We are seeking academic articles on contemporary art for this major new online publishing project. Submissions, which should be no longer than 5,000 words, should be based on original research and deal with the work of living artists.

Deadline 1 September 2018

The Burlington Magazine
Twitter: @BurlingtonMag
Facebook: @burlingtonmag

Exhibition Opportunity

LCB Depot Artist Development Bursaries

LCB Depot in Leicester is offering four Artist Development Bursaries, funded by Arts Council England, to be delivered between September 2018 and February 2019.
LCB Artist Development Bursaries are about giving emerging and mid-career artists an opportunity to develop their practice and showcase new work to an audience. The bursaries are intended to provide time, space and support to work in an open-ended way in order to devote time to the research and development of an artist's practice.
The bursaries on offer are:
- One month-long exhibition & residency bursary (£2,000)
- One curatorial exhibition & workshop bursary (£800)
- Two performance bursaries (£400)

Deadline 3 September 2018

LCB Depot
Facebook: @LCBDepot
Twitter: @lcbdepot


Arts Catalyst seeks a new Chair to lead Board of Trustees

Arts Catalyst is seeking a Chair who shares our passion and commitment to contemporary and interdisciplinary art, and who is interested in how artists, scientists and communities can work together to produce projects, artworks and exhibitions addressing urgent contemporary issues. They will need to have the knowledge, experience, energy and networks to support the organisation and its Artistic and Executive Directors and to help advance the organisation’s work and its impact locally, nationally, and internationally.

Deadline 3 September 2018

Arts Catalyst
Twitter: @TheArtsCatalyst
Facebook: @TheArtsCatalyst

Artist in Residence

Venture Arts Seek Artists for New Artist Residency | Conversations Series II

Venture Arts is calling for expressions of interest from visual artists to take part in their new project based in Manchester, Conversations Series II.

Conversations Series II, led by Venture Arts and in partnership with Castlefield Gallery and the Whitworth, will support a collaborative residency that will bring together three learning-disabled artists who are part of the Venture Arts supported studios, to work alongside the three visual artists to be appointed. The group will develop shared ideas, create new work, and reflect on the labels placed upon us by society. This residency builds on the success of OutsiderXchanges from 2015-16.

Deadline 5 September 2018

Venture Arts
Facebook: @VentureArtsManchester
Twitter: @VentureArts

Artist in Residence

Curator in Residence 2019

This residency will provide time and space for mid-career curators to develop an exhibition or project and conduct research while engaging with artists-in-residence and programs in Visual Arts. This residency is suited to curators focused on the development of a substantial project resulting in an external public exhibition or curatorial event.
Curators are encouraged to meet with artists-in-residence to extend their networks, share their research in the form of a presentation or workshop, and engage with curatorial and artistic staff at Banff Centre in the development of their external project.
This program is open to curators exploring pertinent topics within visual arts and art criticism.

Deadline 5 September 2018

Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity
Facebook: @BanffCentre
Twitter: @banffcentre

Writer in Residence

Arts Writer in Residence 2019

This residency will provide time and space for mid-career arts writers to develop a critical writing project and conduct research while engaging with artists-in-residence and programs in Visual Arts. The residency is suited to arts writers focused on the development of a substantial project resulting in an external publication.
Writers are encouraged to meet with artists-in-residence to extend their networks, share their work in the form of readings, presentations, or workshops, and engage with curatorial and artistic staff at Banff Centre in the development of their external project.
This program is open to arts writers exploring pertinent topics within visual arts and art criticism.

Deadline 5 September 2018

Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity
Facebook: @BanffCentre
Twitter: @banffcentre


Exhibition Opportunity


Queer Art(ists) Now, presented by And What? Queer. Arts. Festival is our annual open call platform/exhibition for contemporary, UK based, Queer and LGBTQIA+ artists. We are interested in the work YOU are making, the content and style of the exhibition is influenced by what you submit. So whilst you are Queer/LGBTQIA+ the work does not necessarily have to represent this, but equally can. The exhibition will present a kaleidoscope of your artistry, as a window on what the fuck is going on. Queer Art(ists) Now is inclusive, democratic and accessible. As such the exhibition is, and will remain, un-themed, and content will not be censored or edited. The exhibition will be presented at The Mill Co. Project's Archive Gallery in Haggerston 11th – Sunday 14th October.

Deadline 7 October 2018

And What? Queer Arts Festival
Facebook: @andwhatfest
Twitter: @andwhatfest

Exhibition Opportunity

Monitor Fest 2018

Monitor Fest, Crete's Contemporary Arts Festival, is being held for the last two years in Heraklion, Greece. Its aim is to develop a platform for contemporary arts, through a dialogue between tradition and modernism, arts and artists, locality and extroversion. The results and the extraordinary positive response by artists and the public, urge us to renew our rendezvous for October 2018.

This year, the Festival will be hosted in the premises of the antique factory "Athena" which once belonged to the family of the Nobel Prize for Literature laureate Odysseus Elytis, who was born in Heraklion. Recently, part of it was renovated to host the central bus station of the island of Crete. Inspired by these facts, we urge international contemporary artists of all fields to participate.

Deadline 10 September 2018

Monitor Fest
Facebook: @monitorfest.gr
Twitter: @monitorfreepres

Artist in Residence

Discovery Artist Call Out 2018-2019 – Lithuania

Pavilion Dance South West (PDSW), the Lithuanian Culture Institute and the Lithuanian Embassy in the UK are collaborating to offer a Dance Artist or Company, based in, or with a direct connection to Lithuania the opportunity to become a Discovery Artist with us.
Being a Discovery Artist with PDSW enables us to get to know each other. We are curious about creating a supportive relationship with you, your work and exploring creative partnerships between Lithuania and the U.K. We want to assist you in developing your dance practice and we hope this programme will allow us to indulge in creative conversations inside and outside the studio. You may wish to explore new ideas, connect with British and Eastern-European communities or respond with creative outcomes and audience initiatives. This may help you further consider your practice or perhaps create new work for a professional context. Whatever your ambition, this is a testing ground and PDSW will be here to support you.
The residencies will take place in early January 2019.

Deadline 14 September 2018

PDSW and the Lithuanian Culture Institute
Facebook: @PDSW.org
Twitter: @PDSW_org

Curator in Residence

Residency for Arab curator at Capacete in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Mophradat in collaboration with Capacete in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is offering a residency opportunity for one curator from the Arab world to develop their practice in a professional context. The residency lasts for three months, with flights, accommodation, visa and insurance costs, and monthly stipend provided, and includes the opportunity to participate in all of Capacete’s programs and a suggested program of visits to galleries and sites of interest in Rio de Janeiro, as well as to meet arts practitioners in the Brazilian art scene.

Deadline 14 September 2018

Twitter: @Mophradat_aisbl
Facebook: @Mophradat

Exhibition Opportunity

Open Call for OOPS Festival

We are searching for exceptional international live performance makers, visual artists and film makers who use their practice to react to or escape from their current surroundings. We welcome submissions from artists working in all mediums with emphasis on the body as the central form of expression. This is a paid opportunity that is funding dependent. We cover accommodation in Brighton, an allowance for travel expenses and performance fees for each company. We aim to bring empowerment to independent dance makers through collaborative practice and international exchange.

Deadline 15 September 2018

OOPS Festival by the swallowsfeet collective
Twitter: @swall0wstweet
Facebook: @swallowsfeet

Exhibition Opportunity

Open Call for Surfaces

The theme of the  call refers to the space that delimits, separates and at the same time brings into contact what is inside and outside of any physical material object. The surface understood as a place of contact through which we grasp meanings and informations that can involve us with the different senses, a space that, in our being and live fluidly, becomes fundamental in the relationship with everything that belongs to the real world, that are living beings or not.
Accepted media: Photography, Digital Graphic, Digital Visual

Deadline 15 September 2018


Exhibition Opportunity


Between October 2018 and June 2019, each month we invite one artist. We are looking for:
- public interventions
- subversive strategies
- unsolicited performances
- unusual ideas
- any kind of live art, or unexpected forms of conceptual embodiment
- any kind of artistic endeavour unfolding outside the usual art context and not in need of any kind of educated or prepared audience (or any spectator at all).
You get: - 500.-€. There are no restrictions on the duration of your stay or nature of your work.The project has to be documented in a suitable form. At the end of your stay, you have to present your project or rather the documentation of your project during a public event at NRVK, Ravensburg. Get an application form: artwithoutaudience@nrvk.de

Deadline 15 September 2018

NRVK - Neuer Ravensburger Kunstverein
Facebook: @NRVK.de
Twitter: @NRVK_

Artist in Residence

West Dean College and De La Warr Pavilion Residency and Exhibition Open Call

To mark the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus, De La Warr Pavilion and West Dean College of Arts and Conservation announce a collaborative Open Call to provide an exceptional artist with the opportunity to undertake a residency at West Dean College leading to a solo exhibition in the De La Warr Pavilion's First Floor Gallery in Autumn 2019.

Deadline 16 September 2018

West Dean College of Arts and Conservation / De La Warr Pavilion
Facebook: @westdeancollege / @dlwp35
Twitter: @westdeancollege / @dlwp

Prizes and Awards

International Light Art Award

Goal of the International Light Art Award, an initiative of the Centre for International Light Art Unna and Innogy Foundation, is to show works by emerging artists, who will contribute to the development of light art in an innovative and creative way. As a competence centre of light art, it is the museum’s concern to inspire and promote. 
In an Open Call, we invite artists around the globe to hand in their concepts for light art installations.
The three finalists will be invited to realise their works for the exhibition. Production costs will be covered (for each installation up to a maximum of 10,000 € including transport). Travel and hotel costs will be covered separately. The winner receives prize money of 10,000 €. The prize will be presented during a celebratory award ceremony.

Deadline 16 September 2018

International Light Art Award
Facebook: InternationalLightArtAward

Artist in Residence

Kaypo Che International Residency

Artcore invites UK artists to apply to our International Residency in Baroda (Vadodara), Gujarat state, India, in January 2019.
The residency will take place during Utran (Uttarayan) or the Kite Festival, which is celebrated with great enthusiasm and vibrancy across the state of Gujarat. In Baroda, the whole city flies colourful kites from their terraces and roof tops.

Specifically, Artcore is looking for :

  • Artists with a commitment to developing their practice, who seek a dialogue and engagement with Baroda artists community and the wider Indian Contemporary Arts and Cultural Sector (artists, studios, producers, galleries, venues and festivals).
  • Artists with an interest in how sharing practices and collaborative working can inform the development of their work and how this residency will benefit their practice.
  • Artists who aim to embrace the ways in which cultural experiences will inform further development of their own work.

Deadline 17 September 2018

Facebook: @ArtcoreUK
Twitter: @ArtcoreEngland


Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship Competition

Guggenheim Fellowships are intended for individuals who have already demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability in the arts.

Fellowships are awarded through two annual competitions: one open to citizens and permanent residents of the United States and Canada, and the other open to citizens and permanent residents of Latin America and the Caribbean. Candidates must apply to the Guggenheim Foundation in order to be considered in either of these competitions.

The Foundation receives approximately 3,000 applications each year. Although no one who applies is guaranteed success in the competition, there is no prescreening: all applications are reviewed. Approximately 175 Fellowships are awarded each year.

During the rigorous selection process, applicants will first be pooled with others working in the same field, and examined by experts in that field: the work of artists will be reviewed by artists, that of scientists by scientists, that of historians by historians, and so on. The Foundation has a network of several hundred advisers, who either meet at the Foundation offices to look at applicants’ work, or receive application materials to read offsite. These advisers, all of whom are themselves former Guggenheim Fellows, then submit reports critiquing and ranking the applications in their respective fields. Their recommendations are then forwarded to and weighed by a Committee of Selection, which then determines the number of awards to be made in each area. Occasionally, no application in a given area is considered strong enough to merit a Fellowship.

The Committee of Selection then forwards its recommendations to the Board of Trustees for final approval. The successful candidates in the United States and Canada competition are announced in early April; those in the Latin America and Caribbean competition, in early June.

We guarantee our advisers and Committee of Selection members, as well as those who submit letters of reference, absolute confidentiality. Therefore, under no circumstances will the reasons for the rejection of an application be provided.

Deadline 17 September 2018

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Facebook: @GuggFellows
Twitter: @GuggFellows

Prizes and Awards

International Awards for Art Criticism

The Awards are explicitly intended to stimulate new critical writing. For the second year running, only previously unpublished reviews will be eligible for consideration. These International Awards are open to candidates from anywhere in the world. Submissions will be welcomed from 1 May 2018 onwards. First prize: 10,000 EUR plus a short visit to Shanghai or London for an essay in Chinese or English. Three equal second prizes of 3,500 EUR for an essay in Chinese or English. The deadline for entries is Sunday 23 September 2018. Candidates, at any stage of their career, are invited to write a review of 1,500 words or 2,500 Chinese characters on any exhibition of contemporary art, held anywhere in the world between 20 September 2017 and 20 September 2018.

Deadline 23 September 2018

Twtiter: @iaac_awards
Facebook: IAACM21

Exhibition Opportunity

Open Call for Video Art

The CUVO Video Art Festival was born as a result of wanting to bring together and collect various audiovisual production proposals both nationally and internationally, from a novel and transgressive point of view. Its intention is to provide artists with an opportunity to disseminate these proposals in a specific place as well as traveling, thus facilitating the understanding by the public of video art. 
The theme of this edition of the CUVO festival is "Viral Camera", for this reason it is requested that the proposals are linked or related in some way with this idea. There are no limitations of the conceptual or experimental type, the call is open to any type of video work and image-sound based works that seem impressive or innovative as experience. 

Deadline 30 September 2018

CUVO Festival
Facebook: @festivalcuvo
Twitter: @CuVoVideoArte


The CGTrader Digital Art Competition 2018

CGTrader has just launched the Digital Art Competition with prizes worth more than $60,000, and it’s open to all CG artists (both 2D and 3D). It’s very easy to participate: you can submit your works of art to six very broad categories, like Character Illustration or Environment Concept, there are no strict requirements, and artworks do not have to be created exclusively for the competition, so you can enter your best and favorite works.
In addition to the prizes, the competition offers massive exposure to artists in CGtrader’s 1.2M+ user community, and the entry which gets the most votes will win the Public Award.

Deadline 30 September 2018

CG Trader, Vilnius

Screening Opportunity

The One Minutes Open Call

Nøtel (The Hague) is an immersive multimedia installation by Lawrence Lek, set in a future where elite society no longer requires permanent housing, but rather stays in temporary accommodation. The exhibition speculates on three main issues around the future of urban development in The Hague: the emergence of platform economies in housing, the automation of labor in the domestic sphere, and the integration of militarized architecture in civil society.
Lawrence Lek & Lua Vollaard are curating a series of One Minute videos around these themes. Participation is free and selected Minutes will be paid €100. The One Minutes is a network devoted to moving image - since 1998, The One Minutes has produced and distributed more than 10,000 video works.

Deadline 1 October 2018

The One Minutes & Stroom Den Haag
Facebook: @stroomdenhaag
Twitter: @stroom_denhaag

Exhibition Opportunity

Shadows - Open Call for Artists

As many philosophers testify, Plato in the first place, the shadow since ancient times has always been the object of symbolic interpretations and associations, becoming a reason for reflection on the human condition and its existence.

The present call invites photographers and graphic designers to propose works in which the shadow is called to play a role that is not only metaphorical on the philosophical or conceptual level, but also as a compositional element of an image that, in contrast with the light, confers more pathos to a scene and / or a subject.

Deadline 15 October 2018

Twitter: @LoosenArt
Facebook: @loosenart

Prizes and Awards

Rebecca Vassie Memorial Award: Photography Bursary

The Rebecca Vassie Trust announces the third annual Rebecca Vassie Memorial Award for emerging photographers ‒ with the cash bursary increasing this year from £1,250 to £2,000.

In addition to the cash, which funds an early-career photographer in the UK to undertake a narrative photography project, the winner receives more than £1,000-worth of printing at Metro Imaging plus support towards industry and public exposure.

Applicants must be either from or based in the UK, are asked to submit a proposal setting out a compelling vision for a narrative photography project with a social or political context.

Deadline 19 October 2018

Rebecca Vassie Trust
Facebook: @RebeccaVassieTrust
Twitter: @vassietrust

Prizes and Awards

VIA Arts Prize 2018

The VIA Arts Prize is London’s bespoke visual Ibero-American themed arts competition. It is organised by the Embassies of Latin America, Spain and Portugal and is hosted annually at the Embassy of Brazil in London, in its impressive Sala Brasil gallery. The 1st and 2nd prize winners receive £5,000 and £2,000 respectively, and the winner will have the chance to put on a solo show. The Prize is judged every year by an impressive Jury, comprising 6 high-profile personalities from the Arts world, who combine expertise from the areas of curating and practicing art, as well as academia and cultural journalism. Theme: Dialogues with Latin American, Spanish and Portuguese arts and cultures.

Deadline 22 October 2018 

VIA Arts Prize organised by the Embassy of Brazil, ACALASP and People's Palace Projects
Facebook: @viaartsprize
Twitter: @ViaArtsPrize

Exhibition Opportunity

Bodies in Movement: Open Call

Take part in the Group Exhibition in Rome, Italy. February 2019.

Accepted media: Photography, Digital Graphic, Digital Visual.

The works that will take part in this exhibition will represent a continuum of that dialogue between the visual arts and the arts of movement, dance and performing arts, made manifest since their first developments and in which the art history has found an essential bond. From the plastic arts of Canova, to the pictorial ones of Matisse, Degas and Impressionists, to the performative experiences of the neo-avant-gardes documented through photographs and videos during the 60s / 70s, as no less are the testimonies expressed by the dance world starting from Martha Grahm and Merce Cunningham.
Even the gestural component in general finds in this call an important channel of expression, where the body language is subjected to new analyzes that investigate the behavior and lifestyles of man in the modern age.

FREE ENTRY Artists are invited to submit 1 to 3 artworks addressing the theme.

Deadline 15 November 2018

Twitter: @LoosenArt
Facebook: @loosenart


International Competition for Intermedia Artwork

The International Competition for Intermedia Work of Art is being organised for the first time in 2018. The competition is intended for intermedia artists. The purpose of this competition is to identify works that open a discussion into comparison and evaluation criteria for intermedia works of art, the presentation forms of such works and the role of artistic work in communication.
The main assumption of the project is comparing works of art that are intended for the same or similar forms of presentation. Therefore, the first edition of the competition will consist of two separately evaluated parts: a competition for Intermedia Artwork and a competition for Intermedia Artwork Concept. The works may be submitted for one or both parts of the competition.

Deadline 23 November 2018

Faculty of Intermedia at the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków and the Foundation for the Development of Intermedia Art
Facebook: @InternationalCompetitionForIntermediaArtwork

Exhibition Opportunity

Perceptions │Call for exhibition

Through this call, photographers are invited to present works that highlight the aspects of the perceptual, physical and emotional sphere, which determine our experience and our understanding of the world, both interior and exterior.

Deadline 7 December 2018


Exhibition Opportunity

Open Call for Print Artists - The Haugesund International Festival of Artistic Relief Printing

Open Call for print artists // Norway’s first international festival of relief printing.

Haugesund International Relief Print Festival (the HIT festival) will be launched in May 2019. It aims at celebrating tradition and innovation within relief print, woodcut and linocut. The HIT festival will be a juried exhibition, open for all print artists. Each artist may contribute with one work of art.

Deadline 31 December 2018

Haugesund Billedgalleri
Facebook: @grafikkfestival2019
Twitter: @Hgsd_kunst

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