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.

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The Block Lisboa - NFT Exhibition Open Call

Updated: 30 November 2021

The Block invites artists worldwide to submit NFT artwork for exhibition in our central Lisbon crypto space. We will host a launch party event for your NFT art collection on 17th December.

Eligibility: Open to everyone.

What you get: Exhibition and launch event for their NFT art collection.

Deadline 06 December 2021

The Block Lisboa

Artist in Residence

Researching the Rural – Artist Residency Opportunity

Updated: 16 November 2021

Maltings (formerly Berwick Visual Arts) and Newcastle University’s Centre for Rural Economy (CRE) and Institute for Creative Arts Practice (the Institute) are inviting applications for our next artist in residence opportunity which will take place during 2022. The residency is an opportunity for an artist to research and explore ideas around how we value food and its consumption.

The appointed artist will be expected to be resident in the town of Berwick-upon-Tweed in rural Northumberland for up to four months and use this as the context for the development of their work during the residency in collaboration with the local community as well as students, and academics at Newcastle University.

Eligibility: Applications are open to artists who have an established, accessible and socially engaged visual arts practice that explores food themes and can demonstrate this through a track record of creating new work through projects, exhibitions and commissions.

What you get: The successful applicant will receive a bursary of £15,500 towards the research and development of work during the residency and to support accommodation and travel costs, plus a studio and staff support.

Deadline 06 December 2021

Maltings

Artist in Residence

Abingdon Studios Work/Leisure_3 Open Call

Updated: 23 November 2021

Work/Leisure is inviting emerging and mid-career artists to create new work.

Across its two previous iterations, Work/Leisure has delivered 7 short-term, non-prescriptive artist residencies designed to enable artists to research and develop new work in the historically and culturally unique location of Blackpool.

Through this third iteration of Work/Leisure, Abingdon Studios is inviting artists to Blackpool during 2 key phases of the town’s tourist season – Spring and Summer – and looking to support 3 artists to research and develop new work at Abingdon Studios.

Eligibility: UK based contemporary visual artists of all ages.

What you get: Successful applicants will be provided with an overall budget of £1000. Administrative and curatorial support will be provided by the W/L team, Abingdon Studios, and residency partners. Abingdon Studios retains a modest contingency budget to cover the reasonable travel and accommodation costs associated with the artist's time in residence. This budget is managed in dialogue with the successful applicants in support of their project/s.

Deadline 06 December 2021

Abingdon Studios

Professional Development | Promoted

Online Drawing Development Year - Royal Drawing School

Updated: 26 November 2021

A postgraduate-level online programme designed to develop your drawing and studio practice.

Eligibility: Applicants will usually have completed a BA degree in a creative subject, but this is not essential; demonstration of a strong studio practice, and a commitment to drawing and study at postgraduate level, will also be taken into account.

What you get: The Royal Drawing School is one of only a few institutions in the world offering in-depth, quality tuition in drawing from observation. All courses offered at the School are divided into three main areas: Drawing in the ‘Studio’, Drawing from Art and Drawing our environment. Imagination runs as a theme through all these areas and there are also specific courses designed to investigate the role of imagination in drawing from observation. Each term students will be able to choose from over 45 online daytime and evening courses, specifically designed for distance learning. The Online Drawing Development Year is an unaccredited course.

Fee: £3,850 per year

Deadline 06 December 2021

Royal Drawing School

Exhibition Opportunity | Promoted

Contemporary ll. Boomer Gallery Exhibition and Sales Opportunity

Updated: 08 November 2021

Have you ever wondered if your art is good enough? There is no secret that most of the artists have this inner dialogue where they ask questions and compare their work with those of their idols and this brings a lot of confusion and anxiety- “Is My Work Good Enough, Is It Contemporary”? Well- any work of art in any style has the potential to become great even a simple line on a piece of paper and even the great artists that are now Legends had the same questions during their life. The purpose of this exhibition is to create a dialogue between artists, artworks and the audience and to demonstrate that any form of art in any style can be successful. This Exhibition Will Take Place At Our Newly Opened Space In Tower Bridge London. The new space is located in Tower bridge, one of most iconic places in the world and the most visited place in the whole UK.

Eligibility: To apply simply email us 3 images of your work (3 different works) Title_ Size_ Medium_ Price and a short bio, no more than 150 words at boomergallery@gmail.com. Eligible media but not limited: painting | sculpture | photography | digital art | Installation | video | prints | textile | illustrations.

What you get: Exhibition and sales opportunity at our newly opened space in Tower Bridge.

Fee: To make a submission is absolutely free but we do charge a £165 fee for each participating artist as we only charge 15% sales commission and that includes: printed catalogs | admin | graphic designer | champagne | caviar | professional photographer | hostess | security | bartender.

Deadline 10 December 2021

Boomer Gallery

Artist in Residence

2022 Performing Artist Residency

Updated: 26 October 2021

Calling all Bay Area performance artists and collectives!

This ten-week residency begins on January 20 and end on April 1, culminating in an exhibition or public program events from April 15 to May 21, 2022.

The deadline to apply is December 10, 2021. The participating resident will be announced on January 10, 2022.

The selected artist(s) will use the house as their studio, have access to The David Ireland House archives and study center, and consult with curator Lian Ladia on their final project. The project can be a multimedia exhibition, a public intervention with the house and/or the surrounding neighborhood, or a presentation of their research through a talk or symposium. A public education component is also suggested.

Eligibility: Performance artists and collectives in the Bay Area of Northern California.

What you get: The artist(s) will be supported throughout the residency and afterward by the staff and resources of The House, extending the impact of the program far beyond the four-month period. There will be a $5,000 honoraria for the individual or collective and up to a $9,000 production budget.

Deadline 10 December 2021

The David Ireland House at 500 Capp Street

Collaboration

Cross-Cultural Collaboration Germany-Namibia

Updated: 09 November 2021

Artistic collaborations redefine the art world, they go against individualism and the glorification of the lonely artist. At wendy.network we believe in community; we want to start conversations and promote dialogues. This is why we created this project, Cross-Cultural Collaboration (CCC).

For each open call, we invite one European artist and one African artist, specifically from countries with a shared colonial past, to collaborate artistically. The choice of pairing countries with a colonial history aims to ignite meaningful conversations. It also provides a common ground for the artists to start their projects.

For this open call, we are looking for one German artist and one Namibian Artist. During the month of January, they will get to know each other through online meetings and activities mediated by a third party, and, eventually, start creating an artistic project. The outcome of this collaboration could be an online exhibition, a presentation, or whatever the collaboration takes the artwork to.

Eligibility: German and Namibian artists.

What you get: Each participant receives a stipend of €600 (€300 + €300 KONJ coins worth ) + meetings with guest faculties, mentoring sessions, daily check in’s and activities.

Deadline 12 December 2021

wendy.network

Exhibition Opportunity

Virtual Reality Climate Change Memorial

Updated: 20 May 2021

The ‘Virtual Reality Climate Change Memorial’ is set in a post-2050 future where some of the worst climate predictions have come true. Species going extinct, constant “natural disasters”, extreme weather conditions, cities drowning, millions displaced or homeless, food scarcity, extreme air pollution making it hard to breathe, and more. The memorial is a virtual space to grieve all that has been lost, away from the physical world in turmoil. As well as this function, considering the contemporary audience, the space also hopes to inform about climate change using factual evidence and compelling stories based on truth with the intent to ‘move’ the audience emotionally and to action.

Going forward, I would like to open the space up to include creative responses to this idea from artists and creatives worldwide as this is a global issue of which disastrous effects can already be seen around the world. If you are interested in submitting some work for this space please read the details in the link provided and get in touch with any questions.

Eligibility: Anyone

What you get out of it: Exhibition and networking opportunities, collaboration.

Deadline 12 December 2021

VRCCM

The Royal Standard is Liverpool’s leading artist-led charity, providing opportunities and studio space for our region’s artistic talent. We are looking to recruit a Chair and additional Trustees to help steer the organisation during an exciting period in its development. There are great opportunities for us to expand our reach and provide support for more of the artists we work with. We are looking for people to help us to maximize this potential so we can better deliver on our aims.

Eligibility: UK-based Arts Professionals.

What you get: The Royal Standard’s mission is to make Liverpool a great place for artists to practice. We do this by providing the city’s largest studio network but also by acting as a platform for emerging talent at a national and international level through exhibitions and exchanges and events. A big part of what we do is work with partners to achieve our mission.

Deadline 12 December 2021

The Royal Standard

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Hosek Contemporary Prize 2022

Updated: 30 November 2021

We would like to award selected artists with 3 prizes, which each include an opportunity to exhibit or perform at our gallery.

Eligibility: Open to all.

What you get: 1st prize : 1 000,- € for either an exhibition OR performance for up to 3 weeks; 2nd prize : 800,- € for either an exhibition OR performance for up to 2 weeks; 3rd prize : 600,- € for either an exhibition OR performance for up to 1 week.

Deadline 13 December 2021

Hosek Contemporary

Commission

Artist Open Call: In Search of Refuge Commission

Updated: 09 November 2021

The Kent-Medway Museum Partnership (KMMP NPO) seek artist proposals for a new artwork which will explore the often-hidden links and impact refugees have had upon our collections, towns, and communities both past and present.

The commission comprises two elements, the chosen artist or group will be commissioned to:

  • Research the links and impacts of refugees as found in the collections of the KMMP NPO partner museums (see below for list of museums and their collections).
  • Create a physical object that can be exhibited, and which forms the focus through which audiences can engage with, and further explore the research made by the artist or artist group.

Eligibility: All. Submissions from artists or artist groups working in any medium are welcome.

What you get: Paid commission of £10,000. We will provide assistance in your application for this project where possible. This can be through correspondence, conversations, and checking all desired information has been submitted correctly. We are open to a variety of ways in which you can apply for this project and can support additional access requirements if requested. General assistance will be available for administrative, press and comms promotion. Alongside helping with additional access to collections, specialists, and networks, the team can provide support in engagement and workshop activities, touring and exhibiting the work. We endeavor to enable your development as an artist and professional, providing guidance, peer feedback and reflective evaluation. Your work will be accessioned as a permanent object within the museum collections and be cared for by our specialist teams.

Deadline 17 December 2021

Kent-Medway Museum Partnership

Exhibition Opportunity

Flourish - Honradez Brutal Open Call

Updated: 23 November 2021

Honradez Brutal experiments with process. We aim to push the confines of what an exhibition space holds and who it holds space for. Our installments, whether online or off, are meant to be fluid in experience. We do not limit submissions to strictly 2D still work as people communicate in multiple forms. We welcome audio, video, text, and tactile submissions that involve any and all senses.

Eligibility: This submission is open to all artists in any stage of their career. BIPOC and underrepresented people are strongly encouraged to submit.

What you get: Networking, exhibition opportunities, publication opportunities.

Deadline 21 December 2021

Honradez Brutal

HemingwayDesign is looking for a Senior Event Curator & Creative Producer who will be responsible for the overarching curatorial narrative, artistic direction and creative production of all projects in HemingwayDesign events and festival portfolio, including Urban Village Fete, Sample, The Drops and The Classic Car Boot Sale.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Identifying diverse artists, content and creative programme ideas that support the vision for each event and grow and engage our audiences.
  • Developing curatorial themes and programming orientated around current debates in social issues and contemporary arts and culture.
  • Ensure the event curation, programming and creative production responds and contributes creatively to client briefs and strategies.

You will manage the Events Co-ordinator and report directly to HemingwayDesign partners. You will be deeply immersed at every stage of a project, liaising with all departments in the studio. Often projects will include working closely with designers, copywriters, photographers, illustrators, marketing agencies and social media teams both in house and externally.

Eligibility: Several years of events industry experience is preferred, but we prioritise talent and personality over experience.

What you get: Salary dependent on experience and skills; four weeks paid holiday plus all public holidays; the business operates a four-and-a-half-day week during the summer months of July and August; We have two full-time office dogs.

Deadline 22 December 2021

HemingwayDesign

Given, the agency for purpose-driven brands, is inviting artists working in all disciplines and from around the world, to be part of a unique project designed to combat the rhetoric of doom and gloom surrounding climate change. “The Uncook Book: How to Unbake the Planet” will use the artwork of selected artists to decode and communicate science’s most powerful solutions to the climate emergency. – making these scientific concepts accessible, mainstream and inspiring. Artists whose work is selected will not only have the chance to see their work published and be part of a unique change-making community, they will also be using their creativity to bring uplifting and hopeful climate solutions to the wider world in an impactful way. Profits from the sale of “The Uncook Book” will go to a climate positive charity.

Eligibility: Artists working in all disciplines and from around the world.

What you get: The chance to be published in a unique book which fuses science and art, combat climate negativity using your art and be part of a change-making creative community.

Deadline 31 December 2021

Given Agency

Exhibition Opportunity

Two Temple Place Call for Exhibition Proposals

Updated: 16 November 2021

Two Temple Place is seeking creative proposals from freelance curators, regional cultural institutions and researchers, for our 11th major spring exhibition running January-April 2023.

Eligibility: Freelance curators, regional museums and galleries and researchers.

What you get: Funding Costs for the exhibition are paid for by Two Temple Place. Production, materials, transport, publicity and management costs will be covered and managed by us, and a fee is paid to the curator. It is part of our charitable mission that each collaborative exhibition creates significant value for the partner organisations and collections, as well as for the public. Previous partners have benefited from increased profile through national and international media coverage generated by the London showcase, advocacy and fundraising opportunities, learning and development for staff, networking opportunities, additional research and conservation of objects within partner collections and opportunities to take risks not otherwise possible within permanent collections. We’re excited about possibilities for touring or for wider and deeper digital engagement, and excited about exploring these with our partners.

Deadline 31 December 2021

Two Temple Place

Prizes and Awards | Promoted

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Updated: 20 May 2021

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Deadline 31 December 2021

Zipcar for Business, United Kingdom

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Residencies at Old Jet

Updated: 15 September 2021

Residencies at Old Jet are an excellent opportunity for artists to work on a piece or project in a new inspiring environment, giving them a break from their familiar creative surroundings. Anyone working in any creative field is welcome. A one-week booking is entirely free and includes the use of a cosy sofa bed and our kitchen, toilets and shower.

First-come, first-serve basis. Please apply via info at oldjet.co.uk.

Eligibility: UK-based artists

What you get out of it: Free studio space for one week. Enquire for more info.

Deadline 31 December 2021

Old Jet, Suffolk

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Public Parking is Seeking Writers: Receive fees up to $400 CAD as a contributing writer

Updated: 21 September 2021

Public Parking is a publication for critical thought, stories, arguments, and discovery through tangential conversations. We are currently seeking critical thinkers, attentive cultural observers, and meticulous point-makers to write for the publication. The publication takes pitches for various essay pieces and long-form conversation features. We are also seeking visual artists interested in using the publication as a testing space to write adjacent to, or discursively alongside their own or a peer's studio practice.

Eligibility: Writers

What you get: Make a pitch and publish work with fees up to $400.

Deadline 31 December 2021

Public Parking Publication

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Wandsworth Arts Fringe 2022 Grants

Updated: 30 November 2021

Wandsworth Arts Fringe wants you!

Wandsworth’s annual arts festival is back from 10 to 26 June 2022, and Expressions of Interest and applications for WAF Grants of up to £2,000 per project are open now.

Eligibility: WAF’s calling out for local, national and international artists, as well as local community groups, schools, venues and businesses who want to get involved in South West London’s bold and eclectic fringe festival.

What you get: Up to £2k in funding to realise projects meeting our strategic and artistic priorities, networking, professional development workshops, online toolkits and guidance, 1-1 clinics for registration and WAF Grants advice, and a comprehensive publicity and promotion campaign for the fringe.

Deadline 04 January 2022

Wandsworth Arts Fringe - Wandsworth Council Arts Service

Prizes and Awards | Promoted

The Derwent Global Art Prize and Exhibition Opportunity

Updated: 21 October 2021

Derwent, the internationally renowned fine art brand, are proud to announce that the sixth instalment of the Derwent Art Prize is now open for entries.

The Derwent Global Art Prize aims to reward excellence by showcasing the very best 2D & 3D artworks created in pencil or coloured pencil as well as water-soluble, pastel, graphite and charcoal.

Shortlisted artists will exhibit their work at Gallery@OXO in central London from 24 February – 6 March 2022. In addition, all the First and Second prize winners will receive a special box of Derwent Lightfast Pencils. The revolutionary core is resistant to prolonged colour change, ensuring artwork will not fade under museum conditions for up to 100 years.

This year’s entries will be judged by a distinguished panel of selectors comprising of an artist, a critic and a curator. Our final judge will be announced shortly.

Eligibility: Open to artists from around the world.

What you get: A total prize fund of £12,500 will be awarded. Prizes are as follows: First Prize £4,000 plus a year’s supply of Derwent products; Second Prize £2,000; Young Artist First Prize (For artists under 25 years) £4,000; Young Artist Second Prize (For artists under 25 years) £2,000; People’s Choice Award £500

Fee: The entry fee is £15 for the first work and £5 for each additional work. Artists may only enter once, with a maximum of 6 images. YOUNG ARTIST CONCESSION: Artists under 25 years of age will pay £5 per work.

Deadline 04 January 2022

The Derwent Art Prize 2022

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Artist Call-Out: Liverpool Arab Arts Festival 2022

Updated: 30 November 2021

Liverpool Arab Arts Festival (LAAF) is inviting proposals for their 2022 festival. The festival will be held 8-17 July, 2022 and it will be twenty years since the first Liverpool Arab Arts Festival was held in the city.

As a festival, we work with artists across a range of artforms, including: music, performance, theatre, literature, spoken word, visual art and more. You can see examples of previous festival programmes on our website.

Proposals can be in any of these artforms. Outputs can include live or digital performances, events, artworks, exhibitions, workshops, public realm works, talks, panel discussions or young people’s activities.

The call-out is divided into two parts; new artist commissions and existing works.

Next year our theme explores our language, how it sits at the heart of our culture, but also how we use it to connect. How we understand each other, how we come together to engage and cross our cultural boundaries. This is how we create a bridge, connecting language and culture. It is how we discover what we have in common and how we communicate. If language is at the foundation of our culture and identity, how we translate to understand each other provides a valuable meeting point.

By its very nature, translation is not purely rooted in language. It can be how we navigate our mixed identities, how we code-switch, changing how we speak and appear when in different situations.

In 2022, Liverpool Arab Arts Festival explores the meeting points for language, the intersections are the places we want to explore.

Eligibility: Whether in Liverpool or online, we work with Arab artists who are living and / or working in the UK, in an Arab country or within its communities, or identify as having Arab heritage.

What you get: Artist Commissions will be paid with support extending to marketing, exhibition, and production. Artists will be supported throughout the process of the commission and / or staging of new and existing work by an experienced festival team.

Deadline 07 January 2022

Liverpool Arab Arts Festival

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Art Track: Metro Art Programme Call for Expressions of Interest

Updated: 30 November 2021

Art Track: Metro Art Programme is a one-year project to create an expanded programme of designs for public art commissions and public engagement activities alongside the new Wednesbury to Brierley Hill Extension (WBHE) Metro line which opens to passengers in 2024. The programme will see the creation of a series of new artist commissioned designs.

This first stage is a ‘Call for Expressions of Interest’ competition for artists' initial design approaches for public art projects for the new WBHE Metro line that runs through Dudley and Sandwell.

EOIs are sought for approaches to the design of permanent and temporary artworks (and/or projects) using time-based and socially-engaged practice. There are a number of focused themes to select from that can be viewed on the full artist brief.

Between 15-25 artists will be shortlisted from the open call & paid to produce detailed designs.

Eligibility: To be eligible to apply for this Call for Expressions of Interest you must be:

  • A visual artist or craft/maker based in the UK or Ireland working in any medium or format including socially-engaged practice
  • Not enrolled as a student on a full or part-time course of study at any level

What you get: Artists shortlisted from their initial Expression of Interest submission will be invited to the second stage process and paid to create a detailed commissioned design proposal. Stage 2 designs will be shown in a public exhibition ‘Dudley Futures’ in Dudley town centre in May 2022.

Deadline 10 January 2022

Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council

Competition

My State House: Call for Proposals

Updated: 16 November 2021

The Rhode Island State House Restoration Society invites community members, activists, architects, landscape architects, artists, futurists and engineers to participate in a national design ideas competition to reimagine a Rhode Island State House for the future. The competition, called My State House, asks participants to reconsider this iconic building and its expansive grounds, suggesting interventions that would make the Rhode Island State House more welcoming, accessible, dynamic, and available for community use.

Eligibility: Open to anyone, anywhere. Apply as an individual or as a team.

What you get: A jury will select up to seven individuals/teams to receive an honorarium of $1,500 to expand their concepts into more fully developed proposals, due May 10, 2022. In the third phase, the final proposals will be exhibited in the Lower Level Gallery of the Rhode Island State House from June - October 2022.

Deadline 12 January 2022

The Rhode Island State House Restoration Society

Prizes and Awards | Promoted

BBA Artist Prize 2022

Updated: 18 October 2021

Applications are now open. The BBA Artist Prize 2022 awards international artists irrespective of their background with several Prizes incl. a solo show, cash prizes and much more. The competition includes a group exhibition of the shortlisted artists at the iconic Kühlhaus Berlin, one of the city’s most favoured venues for arts and culture events. The exhibition and the announcement of the Prize winners will happen in April 2022. The BBA Artist Prize is a major event for contemporary art in Berlin.

A jury of experts debates the entries and ensures an unbiased evaluation and high quality standard. The 1st, 2nd, 3rd Prize and the Audience Award are awarding artists for their visual excellence, storytelling, conceptual thinking, technical craftsmanship and subject depth over a series of works. BBA Gallery will feature the best applications through their social media profiles and website throughout the whole application period.

Deadline: Earlybird stage, Monday, 17 January 2022 (midnight CET)

Eligibility: This is an international call, open to all media, all ages above 18, all genders, all career paths, stages and all educational backgrounds.

What you get: 40 longlisted artists will be featured on the website and actively promoted on social media throughout spring 2022. 20 shortlisted artists will be selected out of the longlist in early April 2022. The shortlisted artists get to exhibit in a group show and are eligible to win the 4 Prizes. In addition each shortlisted artist receives a promotion through the gallery’s Artsy profile, website, PR and social media channels. Cash prizes between EUR 500 and EUR 1000.

Deadline 17 January 2022

BBA Gallery Berlin

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MediaFutures Open Call

Updated: 30 November 2021

Applications for a second tranche of MediaFutures awards for artists to create work around misinformation, technology and data are now open. The UK’s Open Data Institute is a partner in the programme.

Eligibility: Anyone in Europe. Applications are being encouraged from those groups who are not as well-represented in the art and start-up worlds, or face additional barriers to entry, including those from ethnic minorities, women and non-binary individuals, the LGBTQ+ community, those with disabilities and those in lower-middle income countries.

What you get: Artists (or groups of artists) are able to apply for up to €40,000 for collaborative work with startup businesses, or up to €30,000 for pure arts projects. Startup businesses can apply for €65,000 to create new products, or €80,000 to work with artists on innovation, under the European Commission-funded European Union's Horizon 2020 framework.

Deadline 27 January 2022

Open Data Institute

Exhibition Opportunity

Open Call | Statements 2022 | Kunstraum Lakeside

Updated: 23 November 2021

Kunstraum Lakeside invites artists and cultural practitioners to participate in its 2022 program with their own “Statement”. We are in search of performative formats that relate to the Kunstraum’s annual topic and experiment with modes of representation in the visual arts, in the context of an institution at the interface between art, science, and technology.

Eligibility: Artists and cultural practitioners.

What you get: Kunstraum Lakeside provides 1000 euros of production funding per “Statement”, including fees, travel, and accommodation expenses.

Deadline 31 January 2022

Kunstraum Lakeside

Competition

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Biennale College Musica 2022 Open Calls

Updated: 30 November 2021

The new calls for the Biennale College Musica 2022 are now open.

Biennale College Musica 2022 is dedicated to experimental musical theatre, the theme chosen by the director Lucia Ronchetti for the 66th International Festival of Contemporary Music of La Biennale di Venezia (Out of Stage, 14 > 25 September 2022).

Eligibility: Composers and performers, djs / turntablists / controllerists / beatmakers and live electronics performers, from Italy and abroad between the ages of 18 and 30 years old.

What you get: At the end of the training and production programme, all the works created during the process – the musical theatre work, the sound installation, the work for radio, the two experimental performances, the concert featuring musical theatre pieces from the repertory by Aperghis – will make their debut on the stages of the 66th International Festival of Contemporary Music of La Biennale di Venezia (14 > 25 September 2022).

Deadline 31 January 2022

La Biennale di Venezia

Commission

Call for Proposals - Albany Creative Justice Art Project

Updated: 16 November 2021

The City of Albany Arts Committee invites artists to submit proposals for the Albany Creative Justice Art Project - the creation of a new public artwork that will actively engage residents of Albany, CA in creatively addressing past, present and future issues of social justice in the city and region.

Eligibility: Applications are welcome from individuals as well as teams, collectives, and collaborators.

Qualifications:

  • Evidence of professional achievement.
  • Familiarity with Albany and its neighborhoods.
  • Strong interest in engaging themes of social justice.
  • A professional, artistic commitment to ethical engagement.
  • Expertise in one or more: visual arts, performing arts, media arts, or other contemporary art practices.
  • Experience with community arts, socially-engaged art, social practice art, interactive public art, and/or collaborative art practices. Experience with and sensitivity to an urban setting.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Experience working collaboratively

What you get: Project budget up to $30,000 USD, including artist fees/honorarium.

Deadline 08 February 2022

Albany Arts Committee

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8th International Marianne Brandt Award: Connectedness

Updated: 16 November 2021

Connectedness — Experiments on a new relationship with nature

The 8th International Marianne Brandt Award 2022 asks artists and designers how that which connects us with other living beings and habitats can be newly discovered and designed. We are looking for projects, images, and texts on cooperative, aesthetic, metaphorical, and poetic exchanging relationships with other organisms and natural existences.

How could we conceive and design connecting processes, objects, and atmospheres in this sense? How can we talk, write and tell about our existential connections in poetic and creative ways?

Eligibility: No age, nationality, expertise requirements, targeting artists, designers, photographers and writers who develop poetic, interesting works.

What you get: €15,000 prizes: €5,000 per category of project, photography and text, 60 artists will be nominated, published in a catalogue by Jovis Verlag Berlin and exhibited at Wirkbau Chemnitz, Germany, Donation of special prizes, eventually travelling exhibition

Fee: €30

Deadline 03 March 2022

Kunstverein Villa Arte e.V.

CONTEXTILE invites all artists, national and internationally, to present artworks for selection to the International Exhibition (competitive), integrated in the programme of its 6th Edition, Contextile 2022 – Contemporary Textile Art Biennial, which will take place in the city of Guimarães, Portugal, from the 3rd September to the 30th October 2022.

In 2022, the Contextile biennial focuses its activities on the thematic concept that will be transversal to all the rubrics of its programmatic contents. (see concept in the Biennial’s presentation text, menu BIENNIAL).

Eligibility: Open to all

What you get: Acquisition Prize of €6,000. The 50 works of the international exhibition may also be selected, during the biennial, for the ATP Acquisition prize and the ASM Acquisition prize, in the amount of €2.500,00 (two thousand and five hundred euros) each.

Deadline 05 March 2022

Contextile

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