Join our Art Movement: RevolutionArt #50!

 

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For the next edition we want you to create a POSTER for Revolutionart. Feel free to create anything and give us your best shot.

Create something that represent the best of your talent and the power of communicate a strong idea about a revolution made through art
Follow the guidelines:
http://revolutionartmagazine.com/wp/participate/
Deadline : 15th of February, 2015

Deadline Extended: Join Revolutionart 49 – “LIFE”

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You still can participate of the next wonderful edition of Revolutionart.

Follow the guidelines: http://revolutionartmagazine.com/participate/ and send your best jobs on photography, graphic design, modeling, and múltiple arts that fits in the next theme.

Revolutionart Started in 2005 and became one of the most popular independent magazines of the scene. Now with almost 10 years still is being distributed in several networks by their contributors.

Be part of our movement!

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Call for artists: Spain and Venice

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CALL FOR ARTISTS: VENICE + SPAIN

Deadline: November 07, 2014

International ArtExpo invites you to take part in its two next events:
– HIDDEN ROOMS – IDENTITIES . CITIES . MEMORIES, international festival of video art, experimental dance and performance. The exhibition, under the patronage of the city of Venice, will be held in Venice at Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi, on November 19, 20 and 21, 2014. The event will be part of the festival “Venezia Misteriosa” organized by Ca’ Zanardi and supported by Regione Veneto, Provincia di Belluno, Provincia di Padova, Provincia di Rovigo, Provincia di Treviso, Provincia di Venezia, Provincia di Verona and Provincia di Vicenza.

HYBRID IDENTITIES, international experimental video-art festival which will be held in Almeria (Spain) at MECA Mediterráneo Centro Artístico, on November 22, 2014. One of the videos selected for the show in Almeria, will be projected at Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi on June 2015 during the 56th Venice Biennale of Art.

To take part in the selection, send your works’ submissions with a CV/biography, some still images (for video-art/eperimental films), links of videos/films/performances/dances and pictures via e-mail to lucacurci@lucacurci.com

Deadline for applications is November 07, 2014

More info : www.lucacurci.com/artexpo

Cheap Street Poster Art Festival – 2nd edition in Italy

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Cheap, the festival exclusively dedicated to street poster art, is now in its 2nd edition. The festival is scheduled to take place from May 1 to May 10 in the urban public spaces of four different neighborhoods in the city of Bologna, Italy. The core identity of the festival revolves around bringing artists’ creations into outlying areas and collaborating closely with local administrations and city residents; Cheap takes on the challenge of promoting urban renewal through creative efforts involving the use of paper, the central element of poster art.

Unlike last year’s edition, this year’s festival will focus exclusively on urban spaces and develop along two main lines: on one hand, it will host a series of site-specific interventions by Italian and international artists with extensive experience in the street poster art scene invited by the festival organizers; on the other hand, the festival is issuing an open call, which can be viewed at http://www.cheapfestival.it, targeting not only street artists but also illustrators, photographers and graphic artists with an invitation to engage with the paper medium and poster format.

1,050 square meters of paper and 112 liters of glue used, 125 artists selected through the 2013 Open Call for Artists: these figures from the first edition of Cheap illustrate the high level of participation by artists from numerous countries, both in and outside of Europe.

Just like the first edition, artists are welcome to participate in the 2014 edition individually or as part of a group, proposing from one to three projects. All work must be exclusively designed in black and white and can be created using various techniques: vector graphics, illustration and photography. Applicants are requested to send files with a minimum resolution of 300 dpi and maximum dimensions of 70×100 cm. All proposed artwork must be received by the Cheap organizers no later than midnight on April 10th, 2014.

Visible White Photo & Video Prize 2014

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Open call for photographic & video works.

Visible White is an international call for photographic and video artworks curated by Paul Di Felice and Marinella Paderni.

The curators invite artists to reflect on the theme ‘You See Me. Personal Identities in the Digital Age’: which values does artistic portrait photography have today in the digital age of social networks in which everyone can become a ‘do-it-yourself’ portait photographer?

More about the theme:

http://www.celesteprize.com/themeyouseemevisiblewhiteworks2014/

3,000 € prizes in the categories ‘Best Project’ and ‘Best Single Work’.

Entries by 28 February 2014.

Entry fee is 20 € per single work uploaded directly online and 45 € per projects that can contain up to 10 photographs and/or videos .

By 30 March 2014, 20 finalists will be chosen by the selection panel which includes:

– Jim Casper, LensCulture, Paris, France

– Clare Grafik, Head of exhibitions at the Photographers Gallery, London, UK

– Hripsime Visser, Curator of Photography at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

– Bas Vroege, Director of Paradox, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Terms & Conditions
http://www.celesteprize.com/termsyouseemevisiblewhiteworks2014/

Exhibition of the 20 finalists artworks will be at the fsmgallery, Florence, Italy, and will run from 16 May to 16 June 2014.

Visible White is a collaboration between Celeste Network, Fondazione Studio Marangoni, Stedelijk Museum, Paradox, LensCulture and The Photographers’ Gallery.

More info:

info@celesteprize.com

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Prague Quadrennial 2015

Prague Quadrennial 2015 will connect Music to Weather and Politics while laying down a brand new map for the city centre.

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Not just once every four years but rather for four years. Not just  in one place but rather in several places in the centre of Prague. And with more emphasis given to
the performance space as shared between makers and audience, a number of new features will bring  the 2015 edition of Prague Quadrennial (PQ) of Performance Design and Space – the biggest  international gathering of stage designers and theatre professionals – closer to the city centre,  its visitors and residents. The PQ 2015 will take place June 18-28, 2015, with central themes of  Music Weather Politics.

The  PQ  2015  Commissioners  include  the  opera  director  Jirí  Herman  (Scenography and Music);  the acclaimed scenographer Simon Banham (Scenography and Weather); and the Brazilian scenographer  and curator Aby Cohen (Scenography and Politics).The PQ 2015 is expected to welcome more than 70  countries and over 5,000 participants – just as in 2011. The overall number of visitors is  estimated to be higher than 50,000.

Sodja Lotker, the artistic director of Prague Quadrennial, says, “In 2011, we focused on  interdisciplinary exploration of scenography with a particular emphasis on visual aspects and  connections to contemporary visual arts. The PQ 2015 aims to focus on invisible scenography;  scenography as a way of shaping space which in its turn affects the nature and perception of a  relationship between the place and its residents; and influences the way we perform and live in any  given place – using all the invisible aspects with any impact on scenography: natural; aesthetical;  and socio-ethical, which symbolize the themes for Countries and Regions – Music Weather Politics.”
As usual, the PQ 2015 is announced and organized by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic  and realized by the Arts and Theatre Institute. For more information, please go to www.pq.cz

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Artistic Meditation Retreat–Thailand 2014

 

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This fellowship will bring together twenty-five Artists from all around the world with different backgrounds and specialties in a two-week Artistic and Meditation Retreat which aim to educate, encourage and inspire these Artists through meditation, as well as exploring and understanding themselves. Afterwards, they will have the opportunity to help spreading the benefits and positive effects of meditation and self-development into their communities and around the world through their art and creativity.

The I Meditation Artistic Retreat will take place from January 14th to 27th, 2014 at the Mooktawan sanctuary, a stunning picturesque location situated on the top of one of the islands on Thailand’s Southern Coast. It will consist of a two-week meditation and self-discipline training, where the participants will be guided into meditation by the Teaching Monks four times a day, including self-development activities, connecting cultures and ethics lessons.

Participants will gain knowledge of various theoretical approaches that include:

  • Conflict Resolution and the Role of the Basic Human Self-disciplines.
  • The Role of Our Habits in Our Daily Life and How to Improve; the Five Rooms of Life.
  • The Factors that Determine Our Perception to Think, Act and Speak; Relation between Body and Mind.
  • Leadership: Eight Pillars for a Stable Peaceful Society.
  • Art Expression as Peace Building Tool.
  • Connecting Cultures; Raising Tolerance through Inner Peace.
  • Philosophy of Thai-Buddhist Studies.

The Thailand Fellowship includes:

  • Full or partial sponsoring of airfare*.
  • Partial sponsoring of artistic working tools and materials.
  • Free accommodation.
  • Free catering.
  • Free local transportation.
  • Free meditation retreat fee.

*Everyone is welcome to join the fellowship. But to be eligible for the partial sponsoring of airfare, candidates must be between 18-30 years old.

Additional information can be reached here: http://www.peacerevolution.net/docs/en/peace-revolution-I-meditation-artistic-retreat

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It’s LIQUID International Contest 3rd edition

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The contest is born with the goal of promoting contemporary art, architecture and design through all the divulging tools that the communication platform It’s LIQUID has used for years (press release, mailing list with more than 100.000 subscribers, international contemporary art and design events realization).

Who can apply?

The contest is open to artists, architects and designers from all over the world without any limit of age and nationality. Solo artists, architects and designers can participate to the contest as well as groups.

Why enter It’s LIQUID International Contest?

It’s LIQUID International Contest promotes contemporary art, photography, architecture and design all over the world. Artists have the chance to win 30.000,00€ in prizes, chosen both by public vote and professional jurors.

 

Awards

1 exhibition in Venice held in one of our exclusive locations located a few meters from the Ponte di Rialto on the Canal Grande (public vote’s award)

1 month of art residence plus photography workshop at Altlab Photography residency in Goa (India)

1 month of art residence in Yerevan (Armenia) included in “ART COMMUNE” Artist-in-Residence program by Art and Cultural Studies Laboratory (ACSL)

10 artists will be included in 1 page for each of The ArtBook Vol. I, which will represent the most updated published guide to the international contemporary art scene

1 year of participation in International ArtExpo’s events in the most important capitals of the world
10 artists will win 1 interview for each published on the It’s LIQUID Platform (more than 100.000 subscribers)

 

How much is the entry fee?

There is a 30 euro entry fee to submit up to 3 artworks. The entry fee for every added artwork is 10 euro.

There is not a limit for artworks submissions.

When will the winners be announced?

The names of the winners, will be notified on the official website of the contest through a press release on October 01, 2013.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE CONTEST’S RULES AND SUBMISSION FORM

More info at www.itsliquid.com

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Calling for Dotmov 2013

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SHIFT is calling for entries for the DOTMOV FESTIVAL 2013 until August  20th, 2013. In addition to the general category as before, “ELEKINESIS VA” MV category is added in collaboration with the event “Elekinesis” organized by the Sapporo based label “SenSe” which introduces creative  works such as music and art this year.
20 days more to go before submission period for DOTMOV2013.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be awarded with the worldwide screening.
For more information, please visit: http://www.shift.jp.org/mov/

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Celeste Prize 2013, 5th edition

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It’s your opportunity to have your work picked by a team of international curators and be part of a talent scouting environment. Artists from around the world can submit their work, regardless of age, profession or gender.

€ 20,000 Prizes:

Painting & Graphics Prize € 4,000

Photography & Digital Graphics Prize € 4,000

Video & Animation Prize € 4,000

Installation, Sculpture & Performance Prize € 4,000

Curator’s Choice Prize € 3,500

Visitors’ Choice Prize € 500

This year’s team of selectors is led by Ami Barak, curator of Celeste Prize 2013, 5th edition. He is accompanied by a Selection Panel of art critics and curators which include:

  • Ferran Barenblit – Director Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Madrid, Spain
  • Iara Boubnova – Curator at ICA, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Katrina Brown – Director of The Common Guild, Glasgow, UK
  • Florence Derieux – Director of Frac, Champagne-Ardenne, France
  • Dominique Fontaine – Independent curator, Montreal, Canada
  • Christian Fuller – Curator at Recession Art, New York, USA
  • Mihnea Mircan – Artistic Director of Extra City Kunsthal, Antwerp, Belgium
  • Gean Moreno – Independent curator, Miami, USA
  • Ian Alden Russell – Curator at David Winton Bell Gallery at Brown University, USA
  • Alia Swastika – Independent curator, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Gaëtane Verna – Director of The Power Plant, Toronto, Canada

 

The exhibition of the 40 finalist works will be held in November 2013 in Rome, Italy, at the ex-GIL spaces. During the final exhibition each finalist artist will vote his or her preferred work in each category and so determine the prize-winners.

Celeste Prize 2013 is supported by Celeste Network, a 50,000 member social network for contemporary arts, which includes gallerists, curators, critics, art organizers, collectors and many artists. Celeste Network is a fertile environment in which to promote one’s work, make contact and start up projects around the world. Take a look-in Celeste, you can sign up and have your free page, then decide later if you wish to join the prize.

More information and entries online:

http://www.celesteprize.com/celesteprize2013/

 

 

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