appels de dossiers du 10 septembre

La Liste compile les appels de dossiers en arts visuels, arts médiatiques, performance, art public, etc. Les appels proviennent du Québec, du Canada et d’ailleurs. N’hésitez pas à la faire circuler. Vous pouvez consulter La Liste sur Internet et vous y abonner gratuitement: liste.agavf.ca.

Prochaine édition: 24 septembre.

Maison des artistes visuels (Winnipeg)
Dévoilement de la toute première sculpture dans le jardin de sculptures
sculpture de l’artiste Michel de Broin
dévoilement le 17 septembre à 17 h
219, boulevard Provencher à Saint-Boniface
www.maisondesartistes.mb.ca

Voix Visuelle (Vanier)
Marie-Jeanne Musiol – La fôret radieuse
du 16 septembre au 20 octobre
vernissage le samedi 19 septembre à 13h à Voix Visuelle
81 avenue Beechwood à Vanier
http://www.voixvisuelle.ca

Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario (Sudbury)
José Luis Torres – Géographie informelle
du 18 septembre au 16 octobre 2009
vernissage vendredi 18 sep à 17 h
174 elgin à sudbury
http://gn-o.org

Galerie SAW Gallery (Ottawa)
Animal House : Oeuvres d’art réalisées par des animaux
1er  août au 26 septembre 2009
Les animaux sont-ils capables de créer des «œuvres d’art»? Bien que fondée sur une approche ludique, cette exposition propose une analyse critique de la créativité des animaux par rapport à leur exploitation, et explore la créativité animale dans la nature, de même que les collaborations entre les artistes humains et leurs animaux de compagnie.
www.galeriesawgallery.com

Le Festival du Vent (St John’s)
une célébration annuelle de la culture francophone, des artistes locaux… et du Vent! avec exposition, formation donnée par Annie Gauthier du RCAAQ et plusieurs ateliers (de création artistique, sur la profession d’artiste, etc.)
http://www.acfsj.ca
http://www.francotnl.ca

Nomination de Stefan St-Laurent (Ottawa)
le directeur général du Musée d’art contemporain de Baie-Saint-Paul est heureux d’annoncer la nomination de Stefan St-Laurent au poste de commissaire de la 28e présentation du Symposium.
http://www.symposium-baiesaintpaul.com

1. appels en français du Canada

Jardin de sculptures Maison des artistes visuels – Winnipeg – 15 septembre
Centre MATERIA – Québec – 5 octobre
BOURSE CONJOINTE PRIM/DAZIBAO – Montréal – 1er octobre
re:public – 16 mars
Forces canadiennes – 30 novembre
Galerie d’art de Matane – 15 octobre

2. appels en anglais du Canada

Misinformed Informants – Toronto – 1er octobre
Latitude 53 – Edmonton – 30 septembre
Alternator Music and Media Arts Festival – Kelowna – 21 septembre
Images Festival – Toronto – 30 octobre
White Water Gallery – North Bay – 1er octobre
New Adventures in Sound Art – Toronto – 30 septembre
THE STUDIO GALLERY, ST. ALBERT – 1er novembre

3. appels d’ailleurs

Multimedial Art Studio – Odzaci – 30 septembre
Moscow international Biennale for Young Art – 1er novembre
Residence opportunities in France – en cours
Biennale du Carnet de Voyage de Clermont-Ferrand – en cours
Prix de la Création Vidéo VIDEOFORMES 2010 – 2 octobre
festival d’arts médiatiques au Japon – 25 septembre

1. appels en français du Canada

Le Jardin de sculptures de la Maison des artistes visuels francophones Inc: Appel aux artistes visuels, Date limite 15 septembre
APPEL AUX ARTISTES
Pour le Jardin de sculptures
de la Maison des artistes visuels francophones inc.
Projet d’art public administré par la Fondation de
La Maison des artistes visuels
Les amis des arts visuels du Manitoba inc.
APPEL AUX ARTISTES : DEMANDE DE projet
Date limite : 15 septembre 2009
Budget: 90 000 $ tout compris
APERÇU DU PROJET
La Maison des artistes visuels invite les artistes professionnels manitobains francophones
ou francophiles à présenter un projet de sculptures au tout nouveau Jardin de sculptures
de La Maison des artistes visuels, située à Saint-Boniface, au Manitoba.

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Appel de dossiers aux artistes en métiers d’art
Centre MATERIA

MATERIA, centre d’artistes et de diffusion en métiers d’art, lance un appel de dossiers aux artistes dans le cadre de sa programmation 2010-2011.

L’espace : 162 mètres2

Date de tombée : Lundi le 5 octobre 2009

Salle d’exposition
Contenu du dossier à présenter:

• Présentation de la démarche artistique
• Description du projet d’exposition
• Curriculum vitae récent (maximum 3 pages)
• Diapositives d’oeuvres récentes (entre 5 et 10 images) et / ou
• Photographies numériques sur CD (fichiers .jpg)
Il peut y avoir un dossier comprenant des fichiers en haute résolution (300 dpi, 5 pouces x 7 pouces) et un autre comprenant des fichiers en basse résolution (72 dpi, 1024 x 768 pixels).
• Tout autre document pertinent (esquisses, dvd, etc.)
• Une enveloppe de retour pour votre dossier, pré-affranchie

Poster à :
MATERIA
Comité de programmation
367, boul. Charest Est, 7e étage, Québec (Québec) CANADA G1K 3H3

***Veuillez s.v.p. noter que MATERIA souhaiterait fortement recevoir votre proposition de projet par voie électronique, à l’adresse suivante : appeldedossiers20102011 [arobas] centremateria [point] com.***

Pour information :
Marianne Thibeault, directrice l (418) 524-0354, poste 221 l Sans frais : 1-888-524-7768 l mthibeault [arobas] centremateria [point] com

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APPEL DE DOSSIERS
BOURSE CONJOINTE PRIM/DAZIBAO
DATE DE TOMBÉE : 1ER OCTOBRE 2009
Dazibao et PRIM s’unissent pour offrir une occasion exceptionnelle à un artiste de produire et de diffuser une
oeuvre. La proposition retenue tiendra compte des spécificités respectives des deux organismes et devra par conséquent soulever des problématiques propres à la photographie tout en n’ayant crainte d’y confronter l’audio, la
vidéo et le traitement numérique.
L’artiste retenu disposera d’un an pour réaliser son projet. Les équipements de PRIM seront accessibles à l’artiste
pour l’équivalent d’une somme maximale de 8 000$, selon les taux d’utilisation en vigueur (PRIM se réserve le droit
de limiter le nombre d’heures par secteur). PRIM offrira à l’artiste pour 1 000$ de formation audio et/ou vidéo (non
monnayable ou transférable). Une somme forfaitaire de 2 000$ sera offerte aux artistes provenant de l’extérieur de
Montréal en guise de frais de subsistance.
Le projet sera ensuite présenté dans le cadre de la saison de programmation 2010/2011 de Dazibao et bénéficiera
de tout l’encadrement logistique et promotionnel accordé aux programmations régulières du centre. L’artiste recevra
un droit d’exposition et des droits de reproduction selon les barèmes (RAAV, CARFAC) en vigueur.
VOTRE PROPOSITION DOIT COMPRENDRE :
* un curriculum vitae
* un texte sur votre démarche artistique
* de la documentation visuelle de vos oeuvres antérieures
* une description précise du projet soumis, tant à l’égard des contenus développés que du traitement
technique et des dispositifs de diffusion envisagés
* une évaluation des besoins techniques de production
* une enveloppe de retour affranchie
CRITÈRES DE SÉLECTION :
* Caractère novateur de la proposition
* Pertinence du propos
* Adéquation entre les contenus développés
et les technologies utilisées
ENVOYER À :
Appel de dossiers :
Collaboration spéciale entre Dazibao et PRIM
Dazibao, centre de photographies actuelles
4001 rue Berri, espace 202
Montréal, (Québec) H2L 4H2

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CONCOURS VIDÉO [RE:PUBLIC]

+ Le concours vidéo [re:public], dont Vidéographe est partenaire, est un projet de valorisation des services publics et de leurs artisans par la création et la diffusion vidéo sur le Web. Le concours est ouvert jusqu’au 16 mars 2010. Les participants doivent soumettre une vidéo d’une durée de 30 secondes à 5 minutes sur le thème Services publics et citoyenneté.

Info : www.concoursrepublic.net

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PROGRAMME DES ARTS DES FORCES CANADIENNES

+ Le programme des arts des Forces canadiennes offre une gamme de possibilités aux artistes canadiens de toutes cultures qui souhaitent collaborer à l’histoire des Forces canadiennes. L’objectif premier du programme est de permettre à des artistes canadiens de « saisir », sous diverses formes, les opérations quotidiennes, le personnel et l’esprit qui règnent au sein des Forces armées canadiennes. Date limite : 30 novembre 2009.

Info : www.cmp-cpm.forces.gc.ca/dhh-dhp/gal/ap-pa/index-fra.asp

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Les artistes professionnels en art actuel désirant exposer à la Galerie d’art de Matane durant l’année 2010 sont invité(es) à faire parvenir leur dossier à l’adresse suivante :

520, avenue Saint-Jérôme, bureau 101
Matane (Québec) G4W 3B5

Le dossier doit contenir :

Un Curriculum Vitae (maximum 2 pages)
Une démarche artistique
Une proposition d’exposition claire
10 images d’oeuvres faisant partie de l’exposition (diapositives ou format .jpg)
Une liste descriptive des images présentées
Un dossier de presse, s’il y a lieu
Une enveloppe de retour pré-affranchie

La date limite de réception de dossiers est le 15 octobre 2009.

Un plan de la galerie en format pdf est disponible à l’adresse www.galerieartmatane.org

Pour information : Chantal Poirier 418.566.6687

2. appels en anglais du Canada

FADO Call for Submissions: Misinformed Informants: Emerging Practices Series 2009

Misinformed Informants
Curated by Lisa Visser

TORONTO and REGIONAL CALL FOR PERFORMANCE PROPOSALS
Deadline for submissions: October 1, 2009 (postmark)

With an uncontested authority of communication also comes a loss of more antiquated forms of attraction and
distractions: for example, the telegraph, the dial phone, a meaningful touch. Nostalgia for these former arts is
maintained in a romanticized thought, where a world of convenience abandons the need for a hand-written letter,
expressive and clear, sweetly scented and discreetly passed from the lover to the loved. Rather, instructions on how to
make eye contact and intonate clearly, write concise and connected emails, without emoticons, are how we learn
communication procedure. What did we lose when we lost the art of communication? How will I know he loves me if
he doesn’t write it in a letter? Conversational tone is often mistranslated through the digital media. Though sometimes
the process of communication is lost the participants may deduce the correct result. Yet, nothing ensures
comprehension and so there is inevitable lost emails, missed phone calls, unreceived text messages, poorly stressed
intonations: miscommunications and misinformed informants.

Talking and laughing, body language, facial expressions, huffs and sighs, digital dialogue, instant messaging,
translation among languages and generations, silence and deliberate motions, yelling, whispering, texting.

Framework: FADO invites submissions for performance works from emerging or early career artists that speak to modes
and moods of communication and miscommunication as a starting point for their work. We encourage both shorter
and longer works, durational or multi-day projects.

The event and exhibition will take place in Toronto in early December (location and dates to be confirmed). This event
will highlight new work by emerging artists. Please remember this is a Toronto and regional call only. We are not able
to bring artists in from national or international cities, as much as we would like to. We are looking for work from
artists from Toronto and surrounding areas, as well as London, Kingston, Montreal, Ottawa etc. The performance will
be introduced in an opening event of the exhibition, with ephemera, debris and documentation on display throughout
the week following the performance event.

Submissions must include:
• Artist CV
• A statement describing your practice
• 15-20 jpeg images and/or a 10minute video
• A descriptive list for your images
• Any written documentation to accompany your images
• SASE (packages will not be returned unless this is included)

Please contact the curator before sending an email submission. If you are going to send an email submission, it is
advisable to send hard copies of the documents as well.

For more information, please contact: Lisa Visser, Curator: visser [point] lisa [arobas] gmail [point] com
DEADLINE: Postmarked October 1, 2009

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Latitude 53
Date: September 30, 2009; Source: April Dean

Call for Submissions from artists and curators for Latitude 53’s Main Gallery programming season 2010/2011. The
projects for this space will be reviewed and selected by a peer jury.

Submission deadline is: September 30, 2009 (and April 30, 2010)

PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS:
• Project Description
• Artist or Curatorial statement
• Curriculum Vitae (4 pages maximum)
• 15 digital images of proposed or recent work on a Compact Disc (JPEG format, 300 dpi, 6×6 inches, RGB)
• Digital Video Disc or Compact Disc for video or audio work
• Image List (including title, medium, date and size)
• web address/URL if available
• Press kit (4 pages maximum)
• Contact information (mailing address, phone number and email)
• Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope (for return of submission materials)

We do not accept:
• Email submissions
• URL’s exclusively as support material
• Original artwork
• Slides, VHS tapes or audio cassette
• PowerPoint format
• Fax submissions

Please print out all written material and do not staple. Do not include any other files in your digital image disc except
for your images.

For more information please visit: http://www.latitude53.org

Latitude 53 Society of Artists is a not-for profit artist-run centre. Its purpose is to encourage contemporary artistic
endeavors, to foster experimental cultural development, and to stimulate dialogue within the art community. A forum
for dialogue about contemporary art practices is provided through exhibitions, criticism and projects. Latitude 53 is
willing to take risks in its programming and is fully prepared to support experimental ideas. Through the presentation
of content-oriented art, our programs generate dialogue, political debate, and large-scale public awareness and
discussion. Through pro-active programming, which combines ongoing selections with a standard submission process
that can remain flexible and responsive to current events in our community and elsewhere, we feel we can serve our
community by providing more interesting, radical and provoking exhibitions. Latitude 53 has a non-discriminatory
exhibition policy and pays full artist fees in agreement with the CARFAC
Schedule.

Latitude 53
10248-106th Street
Edmonton, Alberta
Canada T5J 1H5

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Commissioning Opportunity: Alternator Music and Media Arts Festival 2010

The Alternator Media Arts Centre is seeking to commission artists working in all forms of new-media and interactive art. The successful submissions will be presented during a Music and Media Arts Festival in Kelowna BC on July 17, 2010. Artists with a focus on experimental and alternative film, audio, video, interactive and 3D formats are encouraged to apply. Four selected artists will receive a commission to produce new work.

Awards are as follows:
x 2 commissions @ $750
x 2 commissions @ $215

A selection committee appointed by the Alternator Board of Directors will determine the disbursement of the artists’ commissions.

Requirements:

Some or all elements of your work must be produced or presented in any new-media based format (audio, video, 3D, Flash, or any interactive media). Works may also incorporate performance and/or visual art.

The proposed works must also be interactive – your piece will involve some kind of audience participation, where the viewer becomes a participant or contributor. For example, the interaction may involve the viewer interacting with a computer, website, a sensor, the artist or any other element of the artwork.

Artists must submit the following:
* Artist CV
* Project proposal and description (max 200 words)
* Brief artist statement
* Technical requirements for presentation
* Link to online portfolio

Please send submissions by email to: mediaarts [arobas] alternatorgallery [point] com

Deadline: Monday September 21, 2009 @5pm

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Images Festival (Toronto): Call to Filmmakers & Video Artists, Deadline October 30
2010 IMAGES FESTIVAL film/video submissions now open – Oct 30
Early Deadline October 30, 2009
The Images Festival is now accepting FILM & VIDEO submissions for consideration for the 23rd Festival, April 1-10, 2010. The Images Festival is North America’s premiere annual showcase for the innovative edge of international contemporary media art. Over the past 22 years, Images has presented thousands of vanguard projects in all genres, 
formats and configurations and has presented groundbreaking live performances and media art installations by 
renowned Canadian + international artists. Attended by 30,000+ people each year, the Images Festival is a critical 
forum for the independent media arts in Canada and around the world.
**SCREENING FEES PAID FOR ALL WORKS PRESENTED
**NO SUBMISSION FEES FOR STUDENTS
Early Deadline: 30 October 2009 [postmark]
**Discount for submitting your projects via our ONLINE FORM!
For more information, visit http://www.imagesfestival.com/

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The White Water Gallery (North Bay, ON): Call to Critics, Curators and Artists of All Disciplines, Deadline October 1
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 2009
Deadline: October 1st

The White Water Gallery is currently accepting submissions for the 2010 & 2011 programming seasons. This call is open to artists, collectives, performers, curators and critics working in any/all media.

Founded in 1977, the White Water Gallery has played a leading role in the promotion and dissemination of contemporary visual art and culture, both locally and nationally. As a not-for-profit artist-run centre, the Gallery aims to facilitate a diverse range of artistic programming. We offer the use of a dedicated exhibition space, audio-video equipment for time-based projects, as well as the support of our members and volunteers. We also encourage initiatives that seek to expand our programming beyond the gallery space, and welcome proposals for site-specific projects. The programming committee reviews submissions following the two annual deadlines, May 30th and Oct 1st.

Exhibitions run for approximately four weeks. The White Water Gallery pays exhibition fees to participating artists in accordance with CARFAC.

All submissions must include:

* Artist’s CV
* One page Artist or Curatorial Statement
* One page project description, outlining the scope of the project and any specific requirements (spatial, technical, time of year, etc)
* Support material: max. 10 slides or jpegs on CD; max. one VHS or DVD
* Descriptive list for visual material (title, date, dimensions, medium)
* SASE (self addressed stamped envelope)

White Water Gallery is not responsible for lost or damaged submissions. Do not send original slides, artwork or master tapes. E-mailed submissions will not be accepted.

For more information contact:
Phone: (705) 476-2444
E-mail: info [arobas] whitewatergallery [point] com

Or go to our website:
http://www.whitewatergallery.com

Please send your submission/proposal to:

White Water Gallery
Attn: Programming Committee
109 Main St. E.
P.O. Box 1491
North Bay, Ontario
P1B 1A9

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New Adventures in Sound Art (Toronto): Call to Radio, Electroacoustic Music/Sound, Videomusic and Installation Artists, Deadline Sept. 30
2009 Call for Submissions on the theme HOME
Categories: Radio Art, Electroacoustic Music/Sound Art, Videomusic and Installation Art
September 30, 2009 Deadline
http://www.naisa.ca

New Adventures in Sound Art invites artists of all ages and nationalities to submit works on the theme HOME for consideration in 2010 future programming for the annual Deep Wireless, Sound Travels, and SOUNDplay festivals, produced by New Adventures in Sound Art in Toronto, Canada. Artists may submit works in one or all of the following four categories: 1) Radio Art, 2) Electroacoustic Music & Sound Art, 3) Videomusic and 4) Installation Art (Note: please send separate submission forms for each entry).

Individual interpretations or variations on the theme HOME are encouraged, but should be realized with sound as the primary component.

All submitted works must respond in some way to the theme HOME in order to be considered for 2010 NAISA programming.

1) Radio Art (for Deep Wireless)

The Radio Art category is for works conceived for radio or that use radio and other wireless technology in their creation and that play with the medium. Works submitted to this category must be less than 60 minutes in duration. Special consideration will be given to 1 minute radio art pieces for broadcast as well as 1 page proposals for collaboration on translocal broadcast performances.

Pieces will be selected for broadcast within Canada and on several international radio stations in May 2010 as part of the Deep Wireless Festival of Radio and Transmission Art.

Both Canadian and International radio art submissions will be considered for inclusion in the following:

-The Deep Wireless 7 radio art compilation CD
-The Radio Art Interventions (1 minute pieces played guerilla-style on radio stations during the Deep Wireless festival)
-The Radio Art Salon – a listening gallery of radio art works exhibited for the month of May.

2) Electroacoustic Music & Sound Art (for Sound Travels)

The Electroacoustic Music & Sound Art category is for multi-channel and stereo works less than 20 minutes in duration and conceived for concert performance or presentation in the Sound Travels festival of sound art. Preferred formats for performance presentation include 5.1, octaphonic, 12 and 16-channel formats in both acousmatic (tape), live and mixed formats. Please indicate in the notes the intended format of presentation and any required instrumentation or specialized equipment.

3) Videomusic (for SOUNDplay)

The Videomusic category is for works that explores non-narrative abstraction with equal emphasis on sound and image. Submitted works will be considered for video screenings with either stereo or multi-channel playback. Submitted works will be considered for screenings in either a performance venue or a small-size gallery alongside other works selected from this call for submissions.

4) Installation Art (for Deep Wireless, Sound Travels or SOUNDplay)

Installation proposals of previously realized works for site-specific and gallery installations with no fixed duration will be considered for presentation as part of Deep Wireless, Sound Travels or SOUNDplay. Site-specific works can be for indoor or outdoor locations. Works can use multichannel or single channel playback and may incorporate any number of media, but must feature original sound as a primary element. Preference will be given to small to medium scale interactive works that appeal to all ages. Please attach a list of the necessary equipment required to mount the installation and which of these items can be supplied by the artist. Submissions should include audio, video or audio-video documentation of previously realized versions of the work.

Submission Guidelines

Please submit a completed submission form (in digital format if possible) along with the proposed works on CD or DVD.

For multichannel works, please include a stereo reduction for reference purposes only. For video works, please include a DVD copy for reference only. Screening and multi-channel masters will be requested later if the work is to be programmed. For installation works or performance proposals, please attach a list of required equipment with indications of equipment that can be supplied by the artist.

Materials will not be returned. Please don’t send original copies.

Submissions must be postmarked no later than September 30, 2009 and mailed to: New Adventures in Sound Art, 601 Christie Street #252, Toronto, ON M6G 4C7.

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: THE STUDIO GALLERY, ST. ALBERT

FOR UPCOMING EXHIBITION ENTITLED “GO FIGURE: IT’S ALL ABOUT THE FIGURE”

DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 1, 2009
Exhibition Dates: January 9 to 30, 2010
Where: The Studio Gallery, 11 Perron Street, St. Albert

Submission Requirements:

* 3 jpg images, each labelled with artist’s name, title of piece, medium and size
* CV or Biography as well as artist statement
* only electronic submissions will be considered

Email to info [arobas] thestudiogallery [point] biz or call 780.460.5993 for further information.

3. appels d’ailleurs

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Multimedial Art Studio
Deadline date: September 30, 2009; Source: Man Gallery

Multimedial Art Studio is accepting submissions to our MAS Gallery for exhibitions in the 2010 season. This call is for
to artists working in all media, and is also open to curatorial proposals. Multimedial Art Studio was founded in 1998 in
Odzaci by an informal artistic group and it is dedicated to new artistic praxis and creativity without limits. Studio’s art
space is located in city core of Odzaci where it has exhibition space called MAS Gallery. Multimedial Art Studio works
on organizing artistic projects and manifestations, based on local, regional and international cooperation between
artists, creative people, artistic groups, networks, cultural and other institutions, and all parts of the society.

We are expecting proposals that have been realized or can be realized in different media and that can be exhibited in
one of the following ways: photos, digital prints, drawings, sketches, plans, video presentations, sound works, etc.
We cannot offer fees or travel expenses for the artists that wish to come personally. That is why we wish to organize
exhibitions that do not require large material expenses that we cannot provide.

All submissions must include:
• CV
• One page project description
• One page Artist or Curatorial Statement
• Max. 10 images.
• You may also submit DVD or CD if the work is video or sound work (10 min or less) by Snail Mail
• Descriptive list for visual material (title, date, dimension, medium)

Multimedial Art Studio is not responsible for lost or damaged submissions. Do not send original artworks or master
tapes. Please send your proposal by September 30th, 2009

Nenad Bogdanovic: nb [point] liveart [arobas] googlemail [point] com
Multimedial Art Studio
S. Markovica 41,
Odzaci 25250, Serbia

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Moscow international Biennale for Young Art
Deadline: November 1st, 2009
‘Qui vive?’ Moscow International Biennale for Young Art is one of the largest and most ambitious projects on the Moscow art scene in the field of contemporary art. The Biennale unites creative initiatives from all over Russia and foreign countries. The leading art centers of Moscow in collaboration with regional and foreign partners take an active part in this event.
The key criterion for curator’s choice is not the age of the artists (under 35), but the stadium of their creative activity, the spirit of young art and its active passion in search of new vision and method. We say ‘Qui vive?’ to the young artists calling them to stop their ‘Brownian movement’ for a moment and to think where do they go and articulate their artistic and conceptual positions.
The theme of the 2-nd Biennale ‘QUI VIVE?’ – a phenomenon of BORDERS and its possible interpretations. We consider logical to talk about borders after the slogan «Qui vive?», the invariable motto of the Biennale.
Application rules
Moscow Biennale digital applications, according to a set form, are accepted online by the Biennale organizers from May 22 until November 1, 2009.
The online application forms are available in the Biennale official website: www.youngart.ru
The artworks of Russian and international artists (under 35 years of age), who work in the field of the contemporary art, using innovative strategies, concepts and technologies (personal, group or as a part of the curatorial projects), can be submitted for participation in the Biennale.The authors, who have not shown their works in the large solo exhibitions, are most preferable.
The project authors (artists and curators, in case of the curatorial project) and non-profit artistic institutions are entitled to apply for participation.
Each application form is to be accompanied by one or several images (jpeg or tif, exactly no less than 300 dpi resolution, min. dimensions: 10×15 cm).
The completed and exhibited projects as well as incomplete ones, the projects in the detailed draft stage may be applied for participation in the Biennale. There are no limitations in number, form, genre, technique or theme.
Application is free of charge. Authors and curators are not paid royalties. All rights are reserved to the authors. Artwork financing and exhibition budgeting are not guaranteed by the Biennale organizers, but they will do their best to reimburse the authors for project costs as much as possible. Payment of traveling and accommodation expenses of the participants from other towns and countries will depend on the possibilities of the Biennale organizers; the participants whose attendance is required for the project realization (authors of performances, complex installations, etc.) will have priority.
Applying to the Biennale, in case if his artwork will be selected to participate, the author agrees that:
- text materials, contained in the application form, will be used in the Biennale catalogue and press materials;
- images, enclosed to the application form, will be used in the Biennale catalogue and press materials.
Application deadline: November 1, 2009.
The group of curators will examine all applications, select participants and form preliminary structure of the Biennale. The Biennale participants will be announced no later than April 1, 2010.
Co-curators: Daria Pyrkina and Daria Kamyshnikova – curators [arobas] youngart [point] ru
Executive director: Olga Lopukhova – direct [arobas] youngart [point] ru
Please apply on-line through our web-site – www.youngart.ru

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Call for artists – Residence opportunities in France winter 2009/2010
For visual artists, writers, creators in other disciplines like design, fashion, architecture …. with a project of residency.

Description:
– Duration of residencies from 2 weeks to 4 months
– Applicants are responsible for the funding of the residency participation fees, they can though do an application with artistay even if they haven’t secured the funding yet. We can provide necessary documentation and contacts for funding advice.
– artistay service is free of charge for the applicant.
artistay works with professional art residencies in France.
All residence programs we work with aim to provide a nice living environment, premises and equipment adapted for the creation, administrative and basic technical support as well as a social, cultural and artistic environment encouraging the exchange and dialogue.

Application:
Please email your documentation and information (CV, website or portfolio, residency proposal, date of residency) or contact Catherine Cordelle at apply [arobas] artistay [point] org
We’ll study your application carefully and help you to achieve your aim of finding a residence in France, and one ideally suited to your requirements.
More details about our service and application on our website www.artistay.org
Or visite our blog: http://www.artistay.org/en/blog-artist-in-residence.html

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À l’occasion de la 10ème Biennale du Carnet de Voyage de Clermont-Ferrand
les 13, 14 et 15 novembre 2009, l’association « Il Faut Aller Voir » et Vidéoformes
décerneront le « Prix du Carnet de Voyage Numérique ».
During the 10th Traveling Notebook Biennale of Clermont-Ferrand, on the 13th, 14th & 15th
of November, « Il Faut Aller Voir » & Vidéoformes will award the « Digital Traveling Notebook ».

Règlement et formulaire d’inscription ici.
http://www.biennale-carnetdevoyage.com/Appel-a-projet.html

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XXV VIDEOFORMES • 10>13 / 03 / 2010
Prix de la Création Vidéo VIDEOFORMES 2010
Prix du Conseil Général du Puy de Dôme, Prix de la ville de Clermont-Ferrand.

Ce concours international est ouvert à tous. Les œuvres présentées doivent témoigner
d’une écriture originale où la recherche artistique est prédominante sur les moyens techniques utilisés.
The competition is open to all video and media makers. Video works should be original
or display a personal approach in which artistic research overshadows technicity.

DATE LIMITE D’ENVOI DES VIDEOS : 2 octobre 2009
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION : October 2nd, 2009

Règlement et formulaire ici
http://www.videoformes-fest.com/

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FESTIVAL D’ARTS MÉDIATIQUES AU JAPON

+ Le festival d’arts médiatiques au Japon accepte les œuvres d’art numérique, de divertissement, d’animation et de manga pour sa 13e édition. Date limite : 25 septembre 2009.

Info : http://plaza.bunka.go.jp/english/festival/2009/entry/guideline.php

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appels de Res-artis:

Septembre 14: Master Class at the Banff Center Canada
Septembre 15: MacDowell Colony USA
Septembre 15: Jan van Evck Academie The Netherlands
Septembre 30: Binauralmedia and Nodar Artist Residency Center Portugal
Octobre 1: Vermont Studio Center USA
Octobre 1: Fire Station Artists’ Studio Ireland
Octobre 31: Kala Art Institute USA
Décembre 31: Foundation OBRAS Portugal
Janvier 15 (2010): MacDowell Colony USA
Janvier 31 (2010): Kala Art Institute USA
Until Filled: Babayan Culture House Turkey
Until Filled: Gullkistan Residency Iceland
Appel à candidature ouvert: Foundation OBRAS Portugal
Appel à candidature ouvert:: Banff Center Canada
Appel à candidature ouvert: Bau Institute Italy
Appel à candidature ouvert: La Macina di San Cresci Italy
Appel à candidature ouvert: Arts and Cultural Studies Laboratory Armenia
Appel à candidature ouvert: Nes Artist Residency Iceland
Appel à candidature ouvert: Polli Talu Arts Center Estonia
Appel à candidature ouvert: Atelier de la Rose France