appels de dossiers du 13 août 2009

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: 27 août.

Galerie Sans Nom (Moncton)
Moncton Rock : Art et musique de la capitale acadienne, 1968-2008
10 juillet au 28 août 2009
vernissage: 10 juillet 2009 à 20h
Moncton Rock regroupe le travail d’une vingtaine d’artistes, ainsi que les traces matérielles (affiches, t-shirts, documentation, etc.) qui témoignent de l’activité artistique de l’époque et met de l’avant la contribution de la scène monctonienne à l’esthétique grunge ayant débuté à Seattle dans les années 1980.
www.galeriesansnom.org

Maison des artistes visuels (Saint-Boniface)
José Luis Torres – Fronteras
Du 11 juin au 27 août 2009
La MAV 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.
Date limite : 15 septembre 2009. Budget: 90 000 $ tout compris
www.maisondesartistes.mb.ca

Centre d’artistes Voix Visuelle (Ottawa)
Andrée Désilets et de Valérie Levasseur
Du 11 juillet au 18 août 2009
Le Centre d’artistes Voix Visuelle invite les artistes professionnels à soumettre une proposition d’exposition en art actuel pour l’année de programmation 2010-2011.
Date de tombée : Le vendredi 11 septembre 2009
www.voixvisuelle.ca

1. appels en français au Canada

Voix Visuelle – Ottawa – 11 septembre
Dazibao – Montréal – 1er septembre et 1er janvier
Les Territoires – Montréal – 20 septembre
DAÏMÕN – Gatineau – 31 août et 31 janvier

2. appels en anglais au Canada

Spark Box Studio – Picton – en cours
PHOTO-OP – Toronto – 21 août
White Water Gallery – North Bay – 5 octobre
New Adventures in Sound Art – Toronto – 30 septembre
Southern Alberta Art Gallery – Lethbridge – en tout temps
Centre for Art Tapes – Halifax – 11 septembre
New Photo Gallery – Toronto – en cours
2009 Winnipeg Reel Pride GLBT* Film Festival – Winnipeg – 4 septembre
Toronto Transit Commission – Toronto – 14 septembre
Hamilton Artists Inc. + URBAN MOORINGS 2 – Hamilton – 31 août
Hamilton Artists Inc. – Hamilton – 31 août
Toronto Sculpture Garden – Toronto – 15 septembre

3. appels d’ailleurs

Southern Exposure – San Francisco – en cours
The Exploratorium – San Francisco – en cours
Open Gallery – London – 1er septembre
Asia Pacific Performance Exchange Residency Fellowship Program – Bali – 4 septembre
NODAR ARTIST RESIDENCY – Martinho das Moitas – 30 septembre
Manifest Creative Research Gallery – Cincinnati – 28 août
DIE FABRIKANTEN – Linz – 9 septembre

1. appels en français au Canada

Appel de dossiers

Le Centre d’artistes Voix Visuelle invite les artistes professionnels à soumettre une proposition d’exposition en art actuel pour l’année de programmation 2010-2011.

Date de tombée : Le vendredi 11 septembre 2009
Les dossiers doivent comprendre:
• Curriculum vitae (au plus 3 pages)
• Démarche artistique
• Projet d’exposition
• Toute exigence spéciale pour l’installation
• Liste détaillée de la documentation visuelle
• 20 images numériques ou 10 minutes maximum de documentation vidéo
Les images numériques doivent être :
• en format JPEG
• compatibles PC
• ne dépassant pas 1024 x 768 pixels
• de mode couleur RVB, sRVB ou gamme de gris
• chaque fichier d’image doit avoir un numéro, le nom de l’artiste et le titre de l’œuvre
Inclure une enveloppe de retour pré-affranchie si vous souhaitez qu’on vous retourne votre dossier.

Veuillez faire parvenir votre dossier à :
Voix Visuelle
81, avenue Beechwood
Ottawa, Ontario
K1M 1L7
www.voixvisuelle.ca

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Dazibao est un centre d’artistes voué à la diffusion de la photographie actuelle. Par le biais d’expositions et de publications Dazibao soutient des pratiques artistiques et des réflexions théoriques offrant un point de vue novateur sur la photographie ou proposant des liens singuliers avec d’autres disciplines. Le centre accueille des artistes montréalais, des artistes canadiens ainsi que des artistes de la scène internationale. Dazibao est un tremplin pour de jeunes artistes et pour les artistes à la pratique plus établie, un lieu privilégié pour initier et diffuser de nouveaux projets.

La programmation de Dazibao regroupe des propositions reçues dans le cadre de nos appels de dossiers et/ou choisies à l’initiative du conseil d’administration. S.V.P. n’envoyez votre dossier qu’une fois l’an.

DATES LIMITES > 1ER SEPTEMBRE ET 1ER JANVIER

VOTRE PROPOSITION DOIT COMPRENDRE

1. un maximum de 20 diapositives bien identifiées et accompagnées d’une description claire (titre, médium, dimensions et date) ou un CD ROM (configuration PowerPoint pour Mac) ou un DVD (œuvre vidéo) (les images numériques envoyées par courriel ou les liens pointant vers un site Internet ne seront pas acceptés) ; n’envoyez pas d’originaux

2. une description précise du projet

3. un texte expliquant votre démarche artistique

4. un curriculum vitæ

5. une enveloppe de retour affranchie, si vous voulez que votre dossier vous soit retourné

Si vous nous faites parvenir votre dossier de l’extérieur du Canada, s.v.p. envoyer le montant d’affranchissement sous forme de mandat-poste international, de coupons-réponses internationaux ou de timbres internationaux.

Les propositions doivent être oblitérées par la poste au plus tard le 1er septembre et le 1er janvier. Si cette date tombe une fin de semaine ou un jour férié, elle est reportée au jour ouvrable suivant.

Les propositions incomplètes, ou mises à la poste après la date limite ou transmises par messagerie électronique ne seront pas acceptées.

Les réponses seront connues dans un délai maximum de six mois.

Envoyer à :
Appels de dossiers
Dazibao, centre de photographies actuelles
4001 rue Berri, espace 202
Montréal (Québec) H2L 4H2

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DATE LIMITE > 1ER OCTOBRE 2008

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 et/ou d’assistance technique (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 2009/2010 de Dazibao et bénéficiera de tout l’encadrement logistique ainsi que 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

1. un curriculum vitae

2. un texte sur votre démarche artistique

3. de la documentation visuelle de vos oeuvres antérieures

4. une description précise du projet soumis, tant à l’égard des contenus développés que du traitement technique et des dispositifs de diffusion envisagés

5. une évaluation des besoins techniques de production

6. 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

Les propositions incomplètes ou mises à la poste après la date limite ou transmises par messagerie électronique ne seront pas acceptées.

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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APPEL DE DOSSIER: Hiver 2010
LES TERRITOIRES : galerie d’art contemporain

Les Territoires est une galerie locative avec jury qui a comme but d’accueillir des expositions de jeunes artistes professionnels et les projets de commissaires indépendants. Les Territoires est située au 5e étage de l’Édifice Belgo à Montréal.

La galerie accepte maintenant les propositions de projets d’exposition pour l’hiver 2010. La date limite pour les expositions de janvier à mai 2010 est le 20 septembre 2009.

La période de location est de 3 semaines et inclut :
Service de gardiennage pendant les heures d’ouverture.
Design d’invitation et invitation par courriel à notre liste d’envoi.
Une page Web de l’exposition sur notre site Internet.
100% des ventes d’oeuvre à l’artiste.
Projecteur vidéo et lecteur DVD à louer à prix modique.
Votre proposition de projet doit inclure:
La période d’exposition souhaitée.
CV incluant votre adresse postale.
Une description du projet d’exposition.
10 à 15 images sur CD de vos oeuvres passées et présentes et/ou vidéo sur DVD
Une liste des images.
Une enveloppe affranchie pour le retour du dossier, si souhaité.
Le coût de location est de 1400$, toutes taxes incluses.
Il est également possible louer une des deux salles d’exposition. (voir le plan http://www.lesterritoires.org)
Territoire Est : 900$
Territoire Ouest : 700$

Date limite pour l’hiver 2010 : 20 septembre 2009 (sceau de la poste)
Pour plus d’informations : info [arobas] lesterritoires [point] org ou http://www.lesterritoires.org

Faire parvenir vos soumissions de projets :
Les Territoires / Projet d’exposition
372 Sainte-Catherine Ouest, suite 323
Montréal, Québec H3B 1A2
Ou par courriel: expo [arobas] lesterritoires [point] org

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APPEL DE PROJETS
Dates de tombée : 31 août 2009 et 31 janvier 2010

Situé dans l’édifice La Filature – une ancienne filature industrielle
magnifiquement rénovée -, DAÏMÕN offre des ressources de création, de
production et de diffusion dans les domaines de la photographie et des
arts médiatiques.

Par ses programmes Artiste résident, Recherche et création,
Photographie et impression numérique et Soutien aux premières œuvres,
DAÏMÕN encourage les artistes à repousser les limites de leur pratique
et à développer de nouvelles approches par le biais de l’image, de la
vidéo, ainsi que des arts sonores et électroniques, y compris les
pratiques installatives, interactives et performatives. DAÏMÕN
privilégie les projets qui font valoir le jeu de plus en plus complexe
des médias entre eux et qui interrogent les zones intermédiaires et
non seulement les langages constitués des médias utilisés. Seuls les
projets comportant un certain degré de recherche sont considérés.

Avec son STUDIÕ, espace de production et de diffusion, DAÏMÕN favorise
la mise en espace et la mise à l’essai d’œuvres d’envergure, ainsi que
le développement des pratiques transversales. Des rencontres publiques
y sont organisées régulièrement afin de permettre à la communauté de
s’initier au travail des artistes accueillis en résidence. Ce STUDIÕ
multifonctionnel est offert aux artistes pour l’expérimentation, la
production et la présentation d’œuvres dont les composantes requièrent
une infrastructure technique particulière.

DAÏMÕN met à la disposition des artistes des équipements de tournage
et d’enregistrement, et des salles de montage audio et vidéo
numérique. Une chambre noire permet des développements argentiques de
grand format (1m32) à partir de négatifs pouvant aller jusqu’à 280 mm.
Un service d’impression numérique (EPSON Stylus 9600 Pro) est
également disponible.

PROGRAMMES DE CRÉATION
Artiste résident
Recherche et création
Soutien aux premières œuvres
Recherche en photographie et en impression numérique

Artiste résident
Offert aux artistes professionnels de l’extérieur de la région Ottawa-
Gatineau, ce programme veut promouvoir des échanges féconds entre les
artistes d’ici et d’ailleurs. Il s’adresse aux artistes en mi-carrière
et établis ou qui ont cumulé plus de cinq années de pratique dans un
champ de recherche spécifique.

Le Centre fournit, pour la réalisation de chacun des projets, un
séjour de 4 à 6 semaines incluant l’hébergement, l’accès aux
équipements du Centre et les services d’un technicien (60 heures). Un
cachet de 1 500 $ est versé à l’artiste. Certaines indemnités de
déplacement ainsi que des indemnités quotidiennes sont également
payées par DAÏMÕN. Tous les autres frais concernant la production de
ces projets doivent être assumés par les artistes. DAÏMÕN organise une
soirée-rencontre avec le public où l’artiste présente son travail
antérieur et actuel.

Recherche et création
Ce programme est offert aux artistes professionnels de la relève, en
mi-carrière ou établis. DAÏMÕN sélectionne six artistes par année,
dont trois parmi les candidats de la région Ottawa-Gatineau et trois
parmi les candidats en provenance de l’extérieur de la région. Le
Centre encourage les candidatures des communautés francophones
excentrées.

DAÏMÕN fournit, pour la réalisation de chacun des projets, un
encadrement technique et artistique, l’accès aux équipements du Centre
pendant une durée de quatre (4) semaines et les services d’un
technicien (50 heures). Certaines indemnités de déplacement ainsi que
des indemnités quotidiennes sont également payées par DAÏMÕN pour les
artistes de l’extérieur. Tous les autres frais concernant la
production de ces projets doivent être assumés par les artistes.

Photographie argentique et impression numérique
Ce programme vise à mieux soutenir la création sur support papier en
chambre noire et en impression numérique.

DAÏMÕN fournit, pour la réalisation de chacun des projets, un
encadrement technique et artistique; l’accès aux équipements du Centre
pour la réalisation des projets pendant une durée de trois (3)
semaines et les services d’un technicien (15 heures). Certaines
indemnités de déplacement ainsi que des indemnités quotidiennes sont
également payées par DAÏMÕN pour les artistes de l’extérieur. Tous les
autres frais concernant la production de ces projets doivent être
assumés par les artistes. En photographie traditionnelle, les artistes
doivent fournir leurs produits de développement et leurs papiers
photographiques.

Soutien aux premières œuvres
DAÏMÕN maintient son soutien à la réalisation d’une première œuvre
pour trois artistes de la région Ottawa-Gatineau. Les projets
admissibles comportent la production d’une œuvre originale utilisant
la vidéo, ou l’application de médias hybrides à des œuvres d’art.

Sont admissibles à ce programme, les jeunes artistes de la région
Ottawa-Gatineau ayant une formation de base et voulant créer dans un
contexte professionnel une première œuvre dans les champs de la
pratique photographique, vidéographique ou des nouveaux médias. Les
artistes professionnels de la région Ottawa-Gatineau ayant déjà une
pratique artistique dans une autre discipline (peinture, sculpture,
photographie, installation, etc.) et voulant développer une production
en vidéo et/ou en nouveaux médias sont également admissibles.

DAÏMÕN fournit, pour la réalisation des projets un encadrement
technique et artistique, l’accès aux équipements pendant une durée de
trois (3) semaines et les services d’un technicien (30 heures). Tous
les autres frais concernant la production de ces projets doivent être
assumés par les artistes.

PRÉSENTATION DES DOSSIERS
Les artistes intéressés sont invités à prendre connaissance des
conditions des programmes de création et à faire parvenir un dossier
comprenant:

– une indication claire du choix du programme;
– un résumé du projet (5 lignes);
– un énoncé de la démarche artistique (1/2 page maximum);
– une description du projet (1 page maximum);
– une description des besoins techniques et un échéancier de
production (1 page maximum);
– un curriculum vitæ (3 pages maximum);
– une documentation d’appui * accompagnée d’une liste descriptive;
– une enveloppe affranchie pour le retour du dossier.

* La documentation d’appui doit faire état de la production artistique
et non seulement du projet à réaliser. La documentation d’appui peut
inclure un maximum de 10 images (fichiers numériques, diapositives ou
photographies), une bande VHS, un CD, un DVD (max. 5 min), une adresse
URL ou une publication.

Pour les candidatures au programme Artiste résident, un maximum de 20
images (fichiers numériques, diapositives ou photographies), une bande
VHS, un CD, un DVD (max. 10 min), une adresse URL ou une publication.

Pour avoir accès aux services et aux équipements du Centre, les
artistes dont les projets auront été sélectionnés devront devenir
membres actifs au coût de 75$.

Les dossiers doivent être acheminés à l’adresse suivante :
Centre de production DAÏMÕN
78, rue Hanson
Gatineau (Québec)
Canada J8Y 3M5

DAÏMÕN remercie ses membres, le Conseil des arts et des lettres du
Québec, le Conseil des Arts du Canada ainsi que le Service des arts,
de la culture et des lettres de la Ville de Gatineau.

Information:
Marie-Hélène Leblanc, directrice artistique
mhleblanc [arobas] daimon [point] qc [point] ca
www.daimon.qc.ca
819.770.8525 poste 302

2. appels en anglais au Canada

New Art Studio Accepting Residency Applications

Spark Box Studio, an art studio, print shop and artists’ residency that
offers unique opportunities to emerging and professional artists, writers,
and students, has just opened up in Prince Edward County, Ontario.

About Us:
Spark Box Studio provides space for artists to live, research, investigate
and experiment in a focused environment. We aim to encourage discovery and
the cultivation of new ideas, provide career-building opportunities and
resources for artists at all stages, and promote engagement with the local
community through the arts.

Artist Residency Program:
Spark Box Studio’s Artist Residency Program provides live/work space to
accommodate both emerging and professional printmakers, photographers,
painters, illustrators and writers, as well as those currently undertaking
studies in fine art. Artists-in-residence have access to our professional
studio and resource library. The Residency Program affords artists the
space, time and resources to support the advancement of their careers and
to strengthen their practice. Artists-in-residence stay in a charming
Victorian house located by the historic Picton Harbour.

For more information about Spark Box Studio or to apply to its Residency
Program or to learn about other programs we offer, visit
www.sparkboxstudio.com.

Spark Box Studio
206 Main St.
Suite 2M
Picton ON
T. 613.476.0337
E. info [arobas] sparkboxstudio [point] com
www.sparkboxstudio.com

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PHOTO-OP: 1st Annual Juried Photography Exhibition

The John B. Aird Gallery invites artists to submit entries to this 1st
Annual Juried Photography Exhibition.

Cash Prizes will be awarded.

Jurors: April Hickox, Dale Barrett.
Entry forms can be downloaded from the Gallery’s web site
(www.airdgallery.org) or picked up at the gallery. To request an entry form
call 416-928-6772 and leave a message with your name and address (email or
snail mail).

The deadline for the receipt of entry forms is Friday, August 21, at 6 pm.

The exhibition will be on view from September 3- 25, 2009.

Completed entry forms may be mailed or delivered to: John B.
Aird Gallery, 900 Bay Street, Macdonald Block, Toronto, ON M7A 1C2.

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The White Water Gallery (North Bay, ON): Call to Visual Artists, Deadline October 5
National Open Call for Submissions
The First White Water Gallery Annual National Juried Drawing Exhibition 2009

The White Water Gallery has been presenting contemporary art from across Canada for over 30 years. Expanding on this success, we are hosting our inaugural juried exhibition. In recent years drawing has redefined itself as one of the most open and adaptable forms of Contemporary art practice. Traditionally, drawing was limited to “work on paper”, but today, it encompasses an ever-expanding range of approaches and methods. White Water Gallery seeks works from across Canada which reconsiders traditional and contemporary approaches to drawing, as both an action and medium.

Jurors: Amanda Burk and Derek Liddington

Important Dates
Submission Deadline: Post-Marked by October 5th 2009
Dates of Exhibition: November 14th – December 12th 2009
Opening Reception: November 14th, 6 – 9pm.

Submission Criteria
All work must be unframed
All work submitted must be original. No prints or facsimiles.
There are no size constraints for submissions.
Only Two submissions per artist will be accepted into the jurying process. Shipping and return shipping costs are at the artist’s expense. (Shipping with Canada Post express post tubes is an affordable method of shipping.) The gallery assumes no responsibility for the return of work that arrives without return postage.
All work must be clearly labelled with the artist’s name, title, date, and medium.

*Artists will be notified upon acceptance of their work. For work not accepted into the final selection, artwork will be returned promptly (providing return postage has been provided).

Entry Fee
An entry fee of $25 is required to cover the expenses directly related to presenting this exhibition. This fee is non-refundable and must be received prior to the submission deadline, Oct 5th 2009. This fee may be paid by cheque made payable to “White Water Gallery” or by VISA or Mastercard through PayPal. This $25 fee covers the entry of up to two works per artist.

Send your submission to:
White Water Gallery
National Juried Drawing Exhibition
101 Main St. E.
P.O. Box 1491
North Bay ON
P1B1A9

Publication
A black and white catalogue will be produced documenting the exhibition and giving equal representation to each work accepted into the show. Please include a brief biography and artist statement for publication purposes. Due to space constraints, please keep your total word count for both your biography and artist statement under 600 words combined. We will be photographing all pieces that are accepted into the exhibition for the exhibition catalogue. We assume that by submitting an entry to the show, you are consenting to have your work documented for the purposes of the catalogue. Please provide written notice if you do not consent to having your work documented.

Selling your work
If you wish to have your work for sale, please specify your sale amount, terms and contact preferences. We can present sale information to interested parties but we do not handle actual money exchanges. White Water Gallery does not take commission from any sales. Works without the terms of sale clearly outlined will be assumed to be not for sale (NFS).

Awards
First Prize Juried Award – $500
2 Juror’s Choice Awards – $250
And More…

For more information please contact the White Water Gallery:
Hours of Operation: Tuesday – Friday 3pm – 7pm & Saturday 12 – 7pm
Phone: (705) 476-2444
Email: info [arobas] whitewatergallery [point] com

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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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Southern Alberta Art Gallery

Exhibition proposals are accepted throughout the year and reviews are ongoing. Selection is carried out over a period of time through studio visits and correspondence with artists and curators in whom the gallery has an interest.

Those interested in proposing their work to the gallery are asked to include with their submission:

* a curriculum vitae,
* an artist statement and/or letter of intent,
* a wide selection of images, and other relevant support material (reviews,
* essays, publications, ect).

Submissions should be mailed to:

Southern Alberta Art Gallery
601 3rd Ave. S.
Lethbridge, Alberta
T1J 0H4

Images are preferred on CD or DVD, however hard copies and slides are accepted. The gallery will keep your submission, including disks and other support material, on file for consideration. If you would prefer to have specific submission content returned, please include a SASE with your request.

Given the large number of submissions received by the gallery we ask for your patience as we consider your proposal.

Exhibitions are generally six weeks in length. An opening is held to introduce the work to the public. Artists are also invited to give an illustrated lecture on their work in conjunction with the University of Lethbridge Faculty of Fine Art. Other special events (workshops, panel discussions, etc.) are considered on a case-by-case basis.

The Southern Alberta Art Gallery pays CARFAC fees, shipping and insurance, and often seeks funding to produce catalogues for the exhibition. All publications, including our quarterly newsletter Gallery (which discusses and reproduces work by exhibiting artists along with other programming), are exchanged with other institutions in Canada and abroad.

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Centre for Art Tapes (Halifax): Call to Video Artists, Deadline September 11

The Centre for Art Tapes, in partnership with the Dalhousie University Art Gallery, has an open call to Canadian artists and distributors for videos dealing with the theme of Caustic Assets.
Caustic –adjective
1. capable of burning, corroding, or destroying living tissue.
2. severely critical or sarcastic: a caustic remark.

Assets –noun
1. items of ownership convertible into cash; total resources of a person or business, as cash, notes and accounts
receivable, securities, inventories, goodwill, fixtures, machinery, or real estate (opposed to liabilities ).
2. all property available for the payment of debts, esp. of a bankrupt or insolvent firm or person.

This theme relates to questions of the recent and continuing economic crisis and its effects on society as it relates to job security and the continuation of a capitalist ideology that does not guarantee freedom from want and violence.

The videos will be presented in October/ November, 2009, at a one-night screening, and will also be presented in the Dalhousie University Art Gallery’s Media Room for five weeks. Artists’ fees will be paid.

Specification: Shorts and longer works up to 20 minutes, completed since 2000.
Submission Preview Formats: Please send description of video and bio of artist(s) with your submission, preferably on DVD or VHS.

Only those included in the screening will be contacted. If you would like your submission previews returned, please include a self-addressed, stamped return envelope.

Deadline: Friday, September 11, 2009
Send Submissions to:
The Centre for Art Tapes
Attn: Tourism/Travel
5600 Sackville St. Suite 207
Halifax. NS
B3J 1L2

902-420-4115
cfat [point] programming [arobas] ns [point] sympatico [point] ca

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New Photo Gallery (Toronto): Call to Photographers, Deadline ongoing

Call for Submissions: Fine art photographers needed for New Gallery

An established Toronto gallery is building a new stable of fine art photographers.

Artists should be professional working artists of emerging, mid-career, or late-career status.

Artist Submission Guidelines:

Please send submissions in confidence via email only: newphotogallery [arobas] gmail [point] com

Please indicate in subject line as : ‘Photography submission’

You may provide a link to your website which contains images, contact information, CV, and artist statement

Alternatively, please email jpeg images. Please attach 4 to 6 jpeg images, under 100 kilobytes each. Please include image details, contact information, artist statement and CV. This email should not exceed 1 MB. Artists of interest will be contacted by the gallery to discuss the possibility of representation.

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2009 Winnipeg Reel Pride GLBT* Film Festival: Call to Film & Video Artists, Deadline Sept. 4
Dear colleagues,

The 2009 Winnipeg Reel Pride GLBT* Film Festival would like to announce its Short Film Competition Call for Submissions. I’ve included the link to the application form below.

http://www.reelpride.org/ReelPride_call_2009.pdf

If your membership includes any GLBT* filmmakers or your members have created films with GLBT* content, please have them submit a short film to our competition, please encourage them by forwarding them the link above.

The deadline for submissions is Friday, September 4, 2009 – 4:00 PM CST.

Thanks for your time,

Les Klassen
Board Member
Winnipeg Gay and Lesbian Film Society Inc.
Reel Pride Film Festival
http://www.reelpride.org

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TRANSIT CITY

Call to Artists: Request to Prequalify

REFERENCE NO.: R14PG09808

The TTC is looking to pre-qualify Artists to become members of the design teams for the TTC’s Transit City Light Rail and Scarborough Rapid Transit Line. As members of the design team, Artists will participate directly in the design of transit facilities such as stations, light rail transit lines and transit stops, and to develop an integrated artwork or artworks for such facilities.

The Artist will be required to work collaboratively with the design team to develop the design of the facility and, where applicable, the facility’s connection to the local community. The Artist may also be responsible for the design and development of integrated artwork(s) that may result from the station design, including overseeing the production of contract documents for the tender, manufacture and installation of the artwork or artworks.

The Artist’s Scope of Work will include all stages of the development and oversight of the installation of the artwork from conception to completion, including but not limited to:

* Working with the design team to achieve an accepted concept within the schedule set for the project;

* Working with the TTC’s art consultant and the station design team to present the concept to the station Art Design Review Committee for approval;

* Conducting technical research and providing samples of the proposed technique of integrating artworks into the station design;

* Working with the TTC’s art consultant and the station design team to present the concept and artwork(s) to both public and TTC events, as required;

* Working with the design team to develop a complete set of contract documents for the manufacture and installation of artworks;

* Working with the TTC’s Construction Department to oversee installation of artworks and integration with proposed designs;

* Working with the design team to address maintenance requirements for the artworks.

The Artist will be required to attend, in person, a minimum of six (6) meetings with the design team, a minimum of two (2) meetings on site, a minimum of two (2) meetings for the purposes of presenting their design proposal to the public and/or to the TTC, a minimum of three (3) meetings for the purpose of presenting their design proposal to the Art Design Review Committee and to attend additional meetings scheduled as required.

The winning artists’ design fee, based on a minimum assumed Scope of Work, is $24,000 (plus GST) minimum. This design fee may be adjusted upwards depending on the actual Scope of Work for each project. Artists will be reimbursed for travel expenses associated with the delivery of their services to a maximum of $5,000 (plus GST).

The Toronto Transit Commission is inviting Artists to submit the materials required for Stage 1 of the Competition: Artist Pre-Qualification. Interested Artists are invited to obtain the document “Pre-Qualification Statement – Artists” which outlines the submission materials required for Stage 1 of the Competition.

An electronic copy of the Pre-Qualification Statement – Artists is available by visiting the TTC’s Materials and Procurement Website accessed at www.ttc.ca under « Business with the TTC » or go directly to http://www2.ttc.ca/html/frameset.htm , then choose “Current Tenders”, then double click R14PG09808 under the ‘Tender/Proposal No. field’.

Hard Copy of Pre-Qualification Statement – Artists can be picked up at:
Materials and Procurement Department
Project Procurement Section
5160 Yonge Street – 6th floor (use west elevators)
Toronto, Ontario
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday

For additional information, please contact:
Sheila Dahonick, Senior Contract Administrator
sheila [point] dahonick [arobas] ttc [point] ca
Phone – (416) 393-4119
Fax – (416) 338-0121

CDs and paper copies of the submissions must be received by September 14th, 2009, 2:00 p.m. at the address above.

Submissions will be kept for a period of one year minimum and will be reviewed, as required, by independent juries convened for individual projects. For each facility, a short list of Finalists will be selected either to be interviewed or requested to prepare design proposals, depending on the project. Finalists requested to prepare design proposals will be paid an honorarium of $1,800 (plus GST).

All Finalists, whether chosen for interview or to prepare design proposals, will be reimbursed for travel costs to a maximum of $1,000 (plus GST), for costs associated with travel outside a 200 kilometre radius of the TTC Offices, 5160 Yonge Street, Toronto.

Artist interviews will be conducted in October 2009.

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URBAN MOORINGS 2 (2010)

Hamilton Artists Inc. invites artists and curators to submit applications of interest for the Second Biennial of its Public Art Program, Urban Moorings 2. The site-responsive installations will be installed on floating platforms at Cootes Paradise in Hamilton’s West End. The first Urban Moorings exhibit showcased the theme of Shacktown, a working-class settlement that, up until the 1950’s, consisted of housing made from the materials at hand. This community included homes which floated on water, allowing residents to drift to another area of Cootes Paradise when pressured to do so by urban expansion.

This year’s theme: Plant, Animal, Mineral
Alchemical thinking divided nature into the three kingdoms: Plant, Animal and Mineral. Current ecological theory is focused on interconnectedness, rather than the historical divisions and categorizations of living beings. The artists in Urban Moorings 2 take as inspiration the garden areas, nature sanctuaries and trails of the Royal Botanical Gardens, creating installation works that, either loosely or explicitly, reference a plant, animal or mineral within the RBG ecology.

The Project is sponsored by Hamilton Artists Inc., in collaboration with the City of Hamilton and The Royal Botanical Gardens.

You can download the application form here : http://www.hamiltonartistsinc.on.ca/submissions.shtml

Raft Dimensions: There are three rafts designated for the chosen three artists. One raft is a 10’ by 10’ square, another is an 8’ by 8’ square, and the third is an 8’ diameter circle. Please keep those dimensions in mind and be sure to address them in the proposal.
To refer to descriptions and images of Urban Moorings 1, please view: http://www.hamiltonartistsinc.on.ca/programming/programming.shtml

The realization of this project is dependent on funding support which will be determined in January 2010.

Shortlisted artists will be notified on the success of the results of the funding proposal in February 2010.

The project’s projected installation, pending funding approval, is July 2010.

Deadline: August 31, 2009.

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 37047
Jamesville RPO
Hamilton, Ontario
L8R 3P1

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Hamilton Artists Inc.
Call for Submissions
for the 2012 Exhibition Schedule
Hamilton Artists Inc. is currently accepting applications and submissions from artists, curators, and writers for its 2012 exhibition schedule.
Extended Deadline: August 31, 2009

You can download the application forms here .

Gallery Specifications
Hamilton Artists Inc consists of two gallery spaces – a 1200 sq. ft Main Space Gallery, and a 600 sq ft Members Space/ Community Gallery. Main Space Gallery renovations estimated completion: November 2009.

Please note that gallery dimensions are approximate and may change with renovations. You can download a floorplan here.

Main Space Gallery:
2 walls at a 40 ft. length
2 walls at a 25 ft. length
height of walls: 11 ft
vertical distance between walls: 23 ft

Members Space/Community Gallery:
2 walls at 30 ft. length
height of walls: 11 ft.
horizontal distance between walls: 11’4”
back wall: 6 ft. horizontal
The Members Space/Community Gallery also contains a hallway, wheelchair accessible bathroom, small storage area, and a utility sink.

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 37047
Jamesville RPO
Hamilton, Ontario
L8R 3P1

Hours:
Tuesday – Friday: noon – 5 pm
Sunday: noon – 4 pm
Phone 905.529.3355
Email irene [arobas] hamiltonartistsinc [point] on [point] ca
Website www.hamiltonartistsinc.on.ca

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TORONTO SCULPTURE GARDEN
115 King Street East, Toronto

CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Next Deadline: received by September 15, 2009

The Toronto Sculpture Garden has been a leader in Canada in the commissioning of contemporary sculpture since it opened in 1981. Located in an urban park in the downtown core, it serves as a testing ground for artists to explore public space and to address issues of urban context, materials and scale.

BACKGROUND:

The TSG is a non-collecting institution that is unique in its partnership between the City of Toronto, which owns and operates the site as a city park, and the Louis L. Odette Family, benefactors who created the non-profit L.L.O. Sculpture Garden Foundation which funds and administers the exhibitions. Exhibitions are selected by an Art Advisory Board working with the director, Rina Greer.

Newly commissioned work becomes property of the artist and may be offered for sale after the conclusion of the exhibition.

PROPOSALS:

The TSG’s Art Advisory Board meets three times a year to review specific proposals. Preference is given to new work that responds to the site; only in exceptional cases will existing work be considered. We are currently looking for exhibitions for 2010 and beyond. Proposals must be received by the deadlines each year on January 15, May 15 and September 15.

Proposals require:

* Drawing(s) showing dimensions and materials and the location of the work on the site.
* Brief statement of Theme
* Budget showing materials, installation/removal, transportation, and critical costs
* 10-20 slides, photographs or colour copies (no CD, DVD or video) of relevant work
* C.V.

For complete proposal information, including fee structure and site map:

www.torontosculpturegarden.com

3. appels d’ailleurs

Southern Exposure (San Francisco): Call to Visual Artists, Deadline ongoing
SoEx Open Submissions

Southern Exposure is committed to supporting new, diverse and risk-taking forms of visual art and is accepting submissions for new work in all visual arts and related mediums. Southern Exposure reviews artists submissions for solo exhibitions, inclusion in group exhibitions, public art projects, public programs and events. A guiding principal of the organization is to offer the opportunity to artists to work in formats and contexts that extend and challenge their creative development. While we primarily focus on supporting local artists we encourage submissions from non-local and international artists as well. SoEx is interested in supporting a diverse population of artists and strongly encourages women and people of color to apply.

All submissions are reviewed by SoEx’s Curatorial Committee, a volunteer group of 10 artists and two staff members. Submissions are reviewed on a quarterly basis. There is no deadline, applications are received on a rolling basis and are currently being considered for 2010 and beyond.

To read the full guidelines and download a copy of the application, please go to http://soex.org/exhibitsubmissions.html

Kamau Patton and Suzy Poling in Residence at SoEx, 2008

S O U T H E R N
E X P O S U R E

Dynamic, cutting edge art, education, and community programs since 1974. 417 14th Street @ Valencia San Francisco, CA 94103
t: 415.863.2141
f: 415.863.1841
e: soex [arobas] soex [point] org
w: http://www.soex.org

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: THE EXPLORATORIUM, SAN FRANCISCO
DEADLINE: ONGOING

The Exploratorium is a museum of science, art, and human perception. Scientists, educators, exhibit developers, and artists – in residency and staff positions – engage in an interdisciplinary approach to both the investigative process and the production of work, which leads to new thoughts, tools, and things. It is a museum filled with interactive science and art exhibits, a national center for teacher development, and host to an award-winning Web site of new teaching resources. Fundamentally, it is a laboratory for the research and development of cultural and scientific innovation, discovery, and play.

Mission of the Arts Program
The mission of art at the Exploratorium is to advance a culture of experimentation and collaboration, to engage artists in all facets of museum endeavor and community life, to inspire curiosity and understanding among diverse audiences, and to produce objects, experiences, and knowledge that stimulate new ideas and new directions in the arts, sciences and education.

Who Should Apply
Given the resources and strengths of the Exploratorium, artists should be interested in interdisciplinary dialogue, open to new and engaging modes of information gathering, and curious regarding potential collaboration. An understanding and connection to the ethos of the Exploratorium is essential. Click here to learn more about us.

Local, national, and international artists are welcome to apply. Local residents receive open access to facilities, a budget for materials and food, and a monthly stipend. Typically, local artists are in residence anywhere from one month to one year. We are more interested in subsidizing a long-term relationship than a short-term product. National and international artists receive travel and lodging coverage in addition to materials, food and stipend. National and international artists are in residence anywhere from one week to one month. If you are selected to work with the Exploratorium, we will jointly figure out a schedule that fits both your calendar and the perceived commitments of the proposal.

We are looking for artists to conduct research and create work in a variety of media – sculpture, film, video, performance, photography, sound, and installation – to potentially, but not necessarily, augment our large-scale thematically-based exhibitions. These projects take the form of both self-directed and project-based residencies.

Self-directed residencies allow us to provide artists the opportunity for open-ended investigations focused on bringing the arts and sciences together to cultivate a creative environment, knowing from past experience that the residences will most likely culminate in unexpected and unpredictable outcomes. Project-based residencies compliment our large-scale exhibitions or specific initiatives. Please check back periodically for new opportunities as we occasionally seek artists to become involved with particular projects.

We are currently seeking applications on a rolling basis for our residency program. At this time, artist opportunities are not directly tied to current or future exhibits and range in length from two weeks to one year for Bay Area residents and two weeks to one month for non-Bay Area residents.

http://www.exploratorium.edu/about/air.html

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Video Painting Competition, Open Gallery, London
Deadline: 1st September 2009

The Open gallery has launched ‘the video painting competition’ to find a new video artist to join the Artscape Project in an ongoing commission for video paintings. The competition is open to all artists who have graduated from a college or university in the UK within the past two years (since 2007).

From the initial applicants, 10 artists will be shortlisted and the work of these artists will be exhibited in a prominent exhibition at a high profile London Exhibition Venue during October 2009.

A panel of judges, including Artscape Founder and Curator Hilary Lawson, will select the overall winner. The chosen artist will be rewarded with a place on the Artscape Project, in an ongoing paid commission for video paintings, represented by Open gallery. They will also receive a prize of £500 to help launch the production of their video projects.

Background
The origins of the Artscape Project can be found in 2001 when the first video paintings were shot by Hilary Lawson, a philosopher and documentary film maker, in an attempt to escape the limitations of the traditional video narrative. Subsequently, a collective of artists, including William Raban, Sanchita Islam, Nina Danino, Tina Keane, and Isabelle Inghilieri, was formed to develop the video painting medium.

The Open Gallery exhibits internationally and Artscape Project Collections have been presented in major London venues including The Hayward Gallery, The ICA and SKETCH.

Video paintings are filmed in a single take with a stationary camera. They contain no edits or subsequent manipulation. Video paintings show the world in real time. The video painting is non-narrative. There is no dialogue, no sound. In contrast to the film and video tradition which has been dominated by the provision of meaning and understanding, the video painting aims to escape our cultural and perceptual closures, freeing the viewer to play in the openness of the image.

All submissions must include:
A DVD with up to three 16:9 video paintings on it. These must have been shot specifically for the ‘Video Painting Competition’ following the Artscape Brief (refer to background, brief and the Open Gallery website). The DVD must be a maximum length of 20 minutes.
A Curriculum Vitae (1 A4 page only).
An Artist Statement outlining current artistic practise and interest in the video painting medium (maximum of 200 words)
Printed video still(s) of video paintings on DVD (1 A4 page).

The deadline to register is Monday 17th August 2009.
The deadline for submissions is Tuesday 1st September 2009.

For more information visit:
www.opengallery.co.uk/videopaintingcompetition/

or visit the Open gallery online at:
www.opengallery.co.uk

Submissions should be sent by post to:

Video Painting Competition Submissions
Open Gallery,
375 City Road,
London, EC1V 1NB
Angleterre

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Call for Applications from US Choreographers & Composers
Asia Pacific Performance Exchange Residency Fellowship Program (APPEX 2010) Bali, Indonesia
Deadline: September 04, 2009

Feb 1 – 21, 2010
A Project of UCLA Center for Intercultural Performance
www.wac.ucla.edu/cip

APPEX 2010 is a three-week intensive residency in Bali, Indonesia. For five days a week, artists will engage in master classes, studio workshops, experimentation, collaborative projects and public performances. On weekends participants will be introduced to the vibrant arts and culture context of Bali through specially planned field trips and concerts. A total of 16 artists will participate in the APPEX 2010 program. An equal number of American and Asian participants will take part in the program. Asian participants will be recruited from India, Indonesia, Malaysia and Cambodia. The rich, interactive workshop environment of APPEX provides artists with the opportunity to develop the ability to collaborate across discipline and culture; learn mutual and self-reflective critical techniques; and initiate life-long friendships and professional networks.

WHO SHOULD APPLY. Traditional and contemporary performing artists from USA are invited to apply. Special care will be given in the selection process to ensure a balance across disciplines. Artists who are active in the community as educators, artistic directors, and cultural workers are encouraged to apply.

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NODAR ARTIST RESIDENCY OPEN CALL FOR 2010

DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 30, 2009
International Open Call for Art Projects

PAIVASCAPES #1
STRUCTURE, PROCESS AND PERCEPTION OF A RIVER

Selection of 12 art projects to be developed during several 2-week residency modules to take place between February and October 2010.

Art disciplines: Phonography; sound installation; vocal performance; sound poetry; acoustic, electroacoustic or electronic improvisation / composition.

The Nodar Artist Residency Program for 2010 will have a single aggregating subject: the Paiva River. Throughout the year, from winter to autumn, several multidisciplinary art projects (having sound as a central element) will be developed in a context-specific perspective, interacting with the river’s different geographical areas, from its spring to its mouth. A tribute to a small river that is a symbol of a region that (still) can live in a well-balanced interaction with nature. Following the relationship that exists between the village of Nodar and the Paiva River, which already motivated the development of several art works, it was now decided to spread this interaction to the whole course of the river, giving a sense of coherence and plurality to the reflection, tracing continuity and rupture lines, patterns, densities and transitional zones, either related with geographical and human elements.

In the beginning of 2011 the several art works will be presented to local audiences, in the context of an event that will include conferences, concerts, video screenings and a retrospective exhibition of the whole project. This exhibition will later follow an itinerancy through several towns along the course of the Paiva River and will have an underlying program of educational activities intended for children and youths.

For additional information on this open call:
http://www.binauralmedia.org/news/artist-residency/open-call-for-2010/langswitch_lang/en

Associação Cultural de Nodar
Nodar – Caixa Postal Nº 106
3660-324 S. Martinho das Moitas
Portugal

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MONOCHROME – Manifest Creative Research Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio

MONOCHROME – Manifest Creative Research Gallery
Deadline : August 28, 2009

An International Competitive Exhibit of Works Utilizing ONE COLOR

Postmark Deadline for Entry: August 28, 2009
For more info. visit: http://www.manifestgallery.org/monochrome

Sometimes you can say more by saying less. Many artists find that the intentional reduction of visual information actually increases a work of art’s impact. One such reduction is the use of color, creating engaging art through the use of a single hue. Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center is proud to kick off its 6th season with the exhibit Monochrome.

Manifest Creative Research Gallery
and Drawing Center
2727 Woodburn Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
États-Unis d’A
513-861-3638
www.manifestgallery.org

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DIE FABRIKANTEN: Call for proposals and artistical/curatorial ideas
Deadline: September 9th, 2009

EXCHANGE RADICAL MOMENTS !

New Festival 2010 –
Deadline 09.09.09
hot issues, bold and fresh art forms

Do you want to be part of a brandnew Europe wide festival dedicated to hot issues and bold art forms? In 2010, it is for the very first time that such a festival takes place simultaneously in a variety of European countries.

1. Calling for Ideas
By September 9th, 2009 let us know your sketchy project ideas and send them to moments [arobas] fabrikanten [point] at. Please, also include a short biography. The selected ideas will be published in January 2010 in a large format magazine EXCHANGE RADICAL MOMENTS Part #1, which preliminary will refine the main topic of EXCHANGE RADICAL MOMENTS. The magazine will be widely spread to respective art facilities all over Europe. An allowance will be provided to the author of each selected proposal.

2. Looking for partners
We want you, as a cultural operator, to co-organise this festival in 2010 in the course of the EU Culture Programme 2007-2013. Please drop us a line: moments [arobas] fabrikanten [point] at

Dealing with EXCHANGE RADICAL MOMENTS:
New spaces to be explored, transformed and opened up… Spaces to be redefined… All places where people meet and intense encounters take place… Places where people collide, willingly or – unwillingly… All those single nano-seconds, that can only show their true meaning in the inter- and ex-change with other humans, spaces and moments and only then unfolding their most radical impact. (Radical in this context to be understood as: exhaustive, completely, ultimately, carried out to the extremes).

More about the topic: http://www.fabrikanten.at/moments

EXCHANGE NOW!

DIE FABRIKANTEN
Promenade 15
4020 Linz, Austria
+43 732 795684-0
moments [arobas] fabrikanten [point] at

http://www.fabrikanten.at