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Call for submissions: The Multiple eXposure Project Zine 1.0. Deadline: December 31, 2014

The Multiple eXposure Project is a multimedia, multi/trans/inter-disciplinary artistic practice and research-based initiative that explores the many layers of image-making, participatory photography, visual ethnography, and performative encounter(s) between the image and the spectator.

The theme of our upcoming zine is “Self-as-Subject”, an exploration of the “self” and its manifold permutations – its presence, identity, representation, liminality, and (dis)embodiment – in this day and age of digital madness, hyperreality and mobility.

The zine is multimedia so they are accepting text and image-based submissions related to the theme in any format imaginable such as: articles, essays, reviews, short stories, poetry, interviews, photographs (film or analogue), visual narratives, videos, digital art, illustrations, cartoons, mixed media, collages, experimental pieces, etc. Collaborative projects are very much welcome. Multiple entries are also accepted. Digital and printed copies of the zine will be released.

Some notes to remember:

–   Please include your name, short profile, country of origin, and blog/website (if applicable) in your email.

–   Photo submissions in jpeg format must include a title and description.

–   When necessary, please follow the proper citations (MLA style) in article submissions.

Deadline: December 31, 2014

Please email your submissions to:

For more information on The Multiple eXposure Project, check out our website:

FORMAT FESTIVAL 2015 – Exposure. OPEN CALL. Deadline: October 1, 2014

Photography was once considered the most accurate way to record truth. The photograph acted as a solid piece of evidence; indisputable proof of something, someone or somewhere. Since its discovery, photography has been employed as a silent witness to ideas, capturing events and representing a trace of the world.

Today, every two minutes, we take as many photos as the entirety of humanity took during the 1800s. On a daily basis, we use photography to evidence our lives; routines, friends, meals, encounters. Millions of seemingly insignificant moments are recorded and shared online, creating inconclusive portraits of individuals, places and events.

We can no longer consider a photograph an evidential document in every case. It can equally misrepresent reality as much as it reveals truths; questioning the historic phrase “the camera never lies”.

They are interested in the evidence of your ideas, your lives and the lives of others, today and throughout history. They are inviting submissions which explore the boundaries of photography and its connection to their festival theme, EVIDENCE, in original and genuine ways.

They are looking for submissions from across the medium of photography and beyond for the next edition of FORMAT International Photography Festival, taking place from 13th March – 12th April 2015, in Derby, UKSubmissions are welcome from artists/photographers, curators, collectives, archives, independent publishers and performers.

There are opportunities to show different kinds of works: wall based, installation, public space, screen based, interactive, digital, participatory, workshop and event based. Tell us more in the application form! All we ask is that you connect with the theme and photography/still image.

They are open to broad interpretations of the theme.

Think openly about the definition of the theme and you are welcome to take it in any direction you think relates.

Submissions costs £15.

Deadline: October 1, 2014

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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Georgia Fee Artist / Writer Residency. Deadline: August 31, 2014

The Georgia Fee Artist/Writer Residency has been established in memory of ArtSlant’s Founder who passed away December 8th, 2012. Georgia was dedicated to supporting and investing in young artists and writers, and she had a deep connection with the city of Paris. This residency, which offers artists and writers the opportunity to create work in Paris, has been created in Georgia’s memory.

The goal of the Georgia Fee Artist/Writer Residency in Paris is to support and invest in emerging artists and writers, to provide an opportunity for them to advance their work and explore and engage with the cultural landscape of Paris, to encourage experimentation, and to increase exposure of their work to an international audience.

The Residency is open to visual artists of all mediums, art writers and critics, 24 years or older. Recent graduates are especially encouraged to apply. The selection will be made based on the merit of past work and the potential for future success, the ability to independently develop new work, and the proposed project’s relevance to the city of Paris.

Recipients will be required to maintain a blog, which will be posted on ArtSlant.

The Georgia Fee Artist/Writer Residency in Paris provides the recipient with lodging for 2 months in an apartment in the 14th arrondissement, travel to and from Paris, and a stipend to be used for studio space, materials, and other costs.

The application period for the Winter session is open from August 1, 2014 to August 31, 2013. Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed via Skype. The recipient of the Georgia Fee Artist/Writer Residency will be announced in October. The Winter residency takes place during the months of January and February, 2015.

Submission fee: $25

Deadline: August 31, 2014

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SLIDELUCK WARSAW I will make its debut in Poland, Sunday, October 26 at 4 pm in Dom Towarowy Bracia Jabłkowscy in the very heart of the country’s capital.

The event will consist of a potluck-style dinner followed by a programme of photography slideshows curated by Maria Teresa Salvati (Slideluck Europe and London), Grzegorz Kosmala (doc! photo magazine) and Katarzyna Majak(Slideluck Warsaw, Warsaw Photo Days), bringing together members of the photography, art and media communities for an afternoon of eating, drinking and visual storytelling.


 Submit your work for a chance to be shown at Slideluck Warsaw I!

They are currently seeking cohesive, creative and thought-provoking submissions on the broadly understood theme of IDENTIFICATION.

Some great benefits for those who submit their work:

-The curators will select 20 artists to be a part of the first Slideluck Warsaw event, which will be held on Sunday, October 26 (and later on the festival as well as Slideluck site).

-Katarzyna Majak on behalf of Warsaw Photo Days selects an artist who receives a solo show at OBOK ZPAF Gallery in Warsaw during Warsaw Photo Days 2014 edition. The exhibition will be produced by the organiser, announced 20 September, and will be on from 25 October 2014.

A special award from the festival will comprise of a set of Kwartalnik Fotografia past issues. The winner will be announced during Slideluck Warsaw I – on October 26, 2014.

-Maria Teresa Salvati will select an artist whose portfolio and interview will be featured in GUP Magazine online. In addition 2 artists will receive a year-long subscription to GUP Magazine.

-Grzegorz Kosmala (doc! photo magazinecontra doc!) will make a selection of the best stories presented at the event to feature in doc! or contra doc!

Artists who submit their work are entitled to a 15% discount on a Viewbook subscription (if you are interested in purchasing one please contact Slideluck Global team at


Deadline: September 4, 2014.

Submission details:

A 7 $ fee per submission applies.

Winners announcement – 18 Sept. 2014 on Slideluck Warsaw page (

WARSAW PHOTO DAYS festival is organised by the Association of Polish Artists Photographers (ZPAF).

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OPEN CALL FOR PHOTOBOOKS! In association with BRIGHTON PHOTO BIENNAL. Deadline: September 1, 2014.

Photobooks show in association with Brighton Photo Biennal invite submissions based on this year’s BPB Theme – Communities, Collectives and Collaboration.

Selected photobooks will be exhibited throughout the BPB14 at the Jubilee Library in central Brighton, 4 October – 2 November 2014.
All books submitted will become part of the Photobookshow archive, and not be returned. The archive is available to view as a public research and development resource at Workflow Studio in Brighton, England.
Donating your book to the archive makes it available to them for future shows and events.

There is no fee for entering this call for photo books.

Deadline: September 1, 2014.

You can submit as many books as you like, fill out a submission form for each individual book and then pack up your books and post them as soon as you can to the following address (you have time until september 5, 2014)

16 The Grange
East Sussex

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All professional photographers, photo-artists, and students of photography are invited to submit work. A jury of experts will elect the most compelling photographic positions from all entries. These will be shown in the exhibition CHANGING Realities at the Berlin-Alexanderplatz subway station and rewarded with an expense allowance of 250 Euro.

THEME: In recent years, Europe has shown itself mainly as a Europe in crisis. However, it is interesting to tell the many other stories: those of the small utopias and grand visions which have been implemented in everyday life. Alternative housing concepts, the careful use of natural resources, renewable energy and organic farming, humane migration policies, a globally equitable distribution of wealth, and the protest movements of civil society – all works focussing on ideas, initiatives and models, developed by individuals and groups on these subjects are welcome.

A jury of experts will elect 20 photographic positions from all the properly submitted entries for the exhibition at the Alexanderplatz.

Submission fee: 15€.

Deadline: July 30, 2014.

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OPEN CALL FOR ARTIST: ​The Penitentiary: Battery Project

The Penitentiary: Battery Project is holding an open call for local artists for its August 1st opening.

They are looking for artists who are interested in transforming Patarei Prison, located in Tallinn, Estonia, while still reflecting upon the space’s past.

The Penitentiary is a collaborative umbrella project by artists Marina Andrijcic-Ojeda and Catarina Ferreira. Under this title the artists will operate a series of independent, site-specific art exhibitions to take place in abandoned war-era prisons throughout Eastern Europe. They will create personal works as well as curate that of other international artists to instill an open dialogue of national memory through creative action. With this unity of worldwide culture, the project will explore what it means to be democratic; to possess the privilege of free speech; to live a life where expression is encouraged and government is overtaken by the hands of those who thrive in these same freedoms.
As a span of dictators and regimes have occupied this region for hundreds of years, in present day the project will shed light on each prison’s overhead political history concurrent to its state of physical abandon. By hosting this series in the very prisons haunted by the Communist era, The Penitentiary will gain first-hand experience of the aftermath impacting nearby communities and their landscapes. The project invites the community to reconnect with these reinvented spaces and introduces the use and availability of unrestricted public art as a means of closure and new purpose.

The Battery Project is The Penitentiary’s first exhibition and will take place at Patarei Prison, located in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. The Battery Project will accompany Estonia’s upcoming art scene to expand creative action.

With largely-projected videos obscuring intimacies of human relationships and the spaces they are shown, experimental sound installations moving through echoing rooms, dangling sheets of paper casting shadows of hand-cut pattern, and angular light sculptures illuminating colored air, The Battery Project will showcase the contrasting translations of Patarei’s history from the hands and minds of multiple artists.

In addition, The Penitentiary will host a program of supporting events to coincide with the exhibition. These events will offer public engagement, education and entertainment to Tallinn’s community with featured screenings, interactive installation, opening and closing receptions and beyond.

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All mediums are encouraged to apply, but preference will be given to sculptural installations..