Apply for an Integrity: Arts & Culture Association (IACA) Mini-Grant today!
Grants averaging $250 to individual artists to support creative endeavors in the literary, performing, and visual arts. Funds are intended to be used for expenses such as art supplies, recording studio time, exhibits, performances, project related expenses, etc.
This is our way of planting seeds that we believe will continue to grow. We believe the arts are essential to the health and vitality of communities and the nation.
For eligibility and application information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.integrityaca.org/grantprogram.html
Deadline December 16, 2017
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For the third edition of STOMACH, the organization invites independent practitioners, art students and artists of all backgrounds, to showcase their works on Saturday the 9th of December 2017 at the Hoxton Arches Gallery, located in the heart of East London´s art scene.
The aim of STOMACH III Edition is to search out for and showcase artworks by artists that have embraced their individual exegesis in art, artworks that are a product of an inner balance in a world full of diversity and often chaos. We believe the role, the voice and the responsibility of the artist are more crucial than ever in the framework of contemporary art debates and we will take in consideration artwork of different matters.
We accept applications for all art forms including visuals arts, sculptures, installations, jewellery, ceramics, and new media arts.
Submission deadline – 10th November.
The submission is free of charge. Payment of £65 is only required once your application is successful.
Each artist is responsible for delivering their artwork to the gallery ready for exhibiting (details will be provided upon acceptance).
Stomach takes no commission on sales.
If youre interested in exhibiting, please send images of your works along with a short artists statement and a short bio or website, to firstname.lastname@example.org, with subject line artist portfolio application.
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For further information about the Hoxton Arches Gallery visit http://hoxtonarches.com
The 8th edition of Festival 12×12, taking place in the 12th arrondissement of Paris in December, is calling for artists or collectives to apply for their upcoming 12-day event. For the duration of Festival 12×12, a series of exhibitions, happenings and performances will take place throughout the district. Artists working in visual (painting, installation, drawing, video, performance) or live arts (theatre, music, dance) are welcome to submit applications.
Festival 12×12 is organized by le 100ecs and la Mairie du 12e arrondissement, with assistance from the city of Paris. The festival aims to bring together creatives across the arts, whether amateur or established, to provoke engagement with the public.
The theme of this year’s festival is ’12 artistic views on a world in flux’ (12 regards d’artistes sur un monde en mutation) and artists are asked to respond with proposals for exhibiting already created works or for residencies to create works on site.
A PDF or PPT file portfolio of work, with CV, proposal, budget and material requirements for on-site works should be submitted by email to email@example.com
Deadline: May 15, 2017
Italian Exhibition Group and the Italian government launched the Observatory Houses project aiming to find a new use for Roccascalegna taking advantage of the potential of an oneiric setting with remarkable skies. The project aims at creating in Italy the first and most suggestive observatory houses. They will be a sustainable and exclusive house model aimed to ensure the protection and improvement of such inestimable heritage.
How to build a complex of modern observatory houses in a picturesque medieval fortress? How to create the most refined national reference for the astronomical observation tourism through architecture?
On the bases of these issues, designers will have to create a story composed by stars, silences and landscapes. This story will have to include architectural elements designed to create a place beyond compare. It will not be a place of mere observation or accommodation; it will be a place of spirituality and meditation. Observatory Houses wishes to promote an architectural intervention that aims at becoming a symbol destination for those who wish to move away from their everyday routine and live an archaic, almost mystic experience thanks to the most ancient and beautiful sight.
Under everlasting skies, the new observatory houses in the ancient fortress will provide an unforgettable stay for those who wish to experience the feral excitement to fall asleep under the stars rocked by the slow movement of planets and fascinated by a sudden shooting star.
YAC thanks all the designers who will take part in this challenge.
Deadline July 26th, 2017.
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The Shuba Design Conference, taking place in the Ukrainian city of Dnipropetrovsk (Dnipro), has launched an open call for entries for its Border Studies poster competition.
In their posters entrants are invited to explore the nature of borders, their volatility and impact on daily life. Submissions should reflect on borders from one of three critical perspectives:
Invisible but intellectually tangible boundaries that separate people, communities, and societies, creating unity or becoming the basis for conflict.
2. Moving borders
Territorial, geographical, and political boundaries; crisis and border redefinition; disputed territories; positions between the borders; and a borderless world.
3. Overlapping borders
The borders of ideas and concepts; cultural and metaphorical limits, including imaginary boundaries in the real world and the real limits of imaginary worlds, as well as their transformation and destruction.
Submission are open until 14 May. The posters will be showcased as a pop-up exhibition at the Shuba Design Conference from 27 – 28 May.
View additional details at http://shuba.design/