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PARALLEL OPEN CALL. DEADLINE: MARCH 31, 2019

RULES OF ENTRY

This call aims to select 30 new artists and 6 new curators working with photography who will participate in the PARALLEL Platform 3rd Cycle, occurring between September 2019 and November 2020. 

Those selected will be taking part in an innovative creative process, from the very beginning to the moment of the exhibition, together with 36 other new curators and artists. The jurors are looking for new curators who satisfy the following criteria:

– are in the early stages of their career; 

– show significant artistic potential; 

– have an artistic engaged with contemporary discourse; 

– haven’t yet attained international recognition;

– have had NO MORE than 3 individual exhibitions in a museum/gallery/festival (ARTISTS);

– have had NO MORE than 6 collective exhibitions in a museum/gallery/festival (ARTISTS);

– have curated NO MORE than 3 exhibitions in a museum/gallery/festival (CURATORS).

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The call is open internationally to new artists and new curators of all ages working with photography. The selection will take into account gender balance and overall diversity. There’s no compulsory theme, all work is appreciated.

PARALLEL working language is English; therefore all applicants must understand, speak, read and write in English.

DATES

Deadline: March 31st, 2019

Cost: 20€

Age limit: all ages

 

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FOAM TALENT CALL. DEADLINE: MARCH 17, 2019

Get published in Foam Magazine!

Get your work onto the pages of Foam Magazine’s Talent Issue, a publication which many experts turn to when scouting for fresh talent. Foam Magazine’s extensive circulation throughout international arts institutions and galleries, guarantees that your work reaches the right channels.

Gain international exposure

Get a place in the Foam Talent Exhibition

Selected artists will also be showcased in the Foam Talent exhibition, which previously travelled to Amsterdam, London, New York, Paris and Brussels.


Enter a prestigious collection

As a selected artist, your work could be added to the Art Collection Deutsche Börse, one of the most important collections of international contemporary photography.


Meet collectors & experts

Foam Magazine gives you access to an extensive network of industry professionals and collectors. Being selected as a Talent gives you the opportunity to build up a repertoire of contacts and gain recognition within the photography world.


 

DATES

Deadline: March 17th, 2019

Cost: participation cost 35€

Age limit: between January 1st, 1983 and December 31st, 2001.

Submit now

 

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DOCTORAL STUDIES at Anton Bruckner University

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

In 2018/19 the Anton Bruckner Private University (ABPU) in Linz Austria has launched two doctoral programmes: an artistic doctoral programme and an academic doctoral programme. We currently invite applications for both programmes.

Doctoral candidates at ABPU will receive supervision from leading international experts active in their fields, and have access to dance studios, the computer-music laboratory Sonic Lab, a modern recording studio, and concert halls for the most diverse requirements. They will profit from the lively artistic and research environment of the university in the central-European city of Linz with its four universities and the Ars Electronica Centre.

From the outset and continuing throughout the programme of study, our doctoral candidates will be offered a broad professional network through our cooperation with three renowned Austrian universities for co-supervision: the Paris Lodron University, Salzburg; the University of Art and Design, Linz; and the University for Music and the Performing Arts, Vienna.

 

Normal period of study: 6 semesters

Application deadline: March 8th, 2019.

CONTACT: barbara.lueneburg@bruckneruni.at

 

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MARGARET CAMERON AWARD. DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 27, 2019

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The Gala Awards, with the sponsorship of the Biennial of Fine Art & Documentary Photography invites women photographers worldwide to submit images to 13th Edition of The Julia Margaret Cameron Award.

This Award is open to women photographers, professional and amateur, working in all mediums, styles and schools of thought. Traditional, contemporary, avant-garde, creative and experimental works that include old and new processes, mixed techniques, and challenging personal, emotional or political statements will be welcome.

DATES

Early Bird Deadline (20% off on entry fees): January 30, 2019 at 11:59pm PST (Los Angeles Time)
Apply the coupon 20OFFJAN30 when checking in the registration form to get the 20% discount

Finale Deadline: February 27, 2019 at 11:59pm PST

Jurors’ announcement: 45-60 days after the final deadline.

AWARDS AND EXHIBITION SELECTION

The Jurors of the 13th Julia Margaret Cameron Award will select one Winner in the Professional Section and One Winner in the Non-Professional Section.

The Gala Awards will organize a solo exhibition for each overall Winner in the respective sections (Pro and Non Pro) taking care of all exhibition expenses, including printing and framing of up to 20 photographs each. The exhibition will be held in the Valid Foto Gallery in Barcelona on October 2019. The organization will have the right to change the venue and date in case of unforeseen circumstances. A curator designed by The Gala Award will assist the Winners in the selection of the work to be exhibited and will take care of the exhibition setup.

The two overall winners in the Pro and Non Pro sections will receive -on top of the fully-paid solo exhibition- US$1,500 each to cover travel and lodging expenses to attend the opening reception.

Collective exhibition of category winners and category honorable mentions. The Jurors will also select, in both Pro and Non-Pro Sections, runners up and honorable mentions, as well as a short list of finalists. All these selected photographers will be invited to exhibit (with the category winners) in a collective exhibition in a space contiguous to the solo exhibition of the two the overall winners. In the collective exhibition, the exhibition organization and venue costs will be borne by The Gala Awards, while the exhibitors will be charged for printing and framing as well as setup costs (hanging, labelling, and insurance) in the amount of $250, approximately, per piece. To participate in the exhibition artists will have to be able to submit high resolution files of 300dpi suitable for fine art printing.

Images of all awardees (Winners, Runner Ups, Honorable Mentions, and Finalists) will be exhibited online in The Gala Awards’ website during a minimum of two years.

All winners and honorable mentions will receive certificates of award.

 

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The Too Tired Project. A dialogue about mental health and art.

Tara Wray’s photobook, Too Tired for Sunshine (Yoffy Press, July 2018), confronts depression by documenting the beauty, darkness, and absurdity of everyday life, and it’s the inspiration for the Too Tired Project.

If you use photography in a similar way, we hope you will share your work with us. We want to continue a dialogue about mental health and art.

To submit to this ongoing curated series of photographs just tag #tootiredproject and @tootiredproject on Instagram.

We’ll post a few favorites on the site and aim to select the most captivating of those images for a photobook anthology to be published by Yoffy Press (timing TBD).

You may also submit to the Too Tired Project by sending up to 3 images to info@tootiredproject.com.

▪ All images should be sized at 1200px on the longest side, at 72dpi, sRGB, jpeg format.
▪ Label the files with your name and numeration. (Example: firstname_lastname_1.jpg).

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INTERN. ONLINE PF REVIEW, FOTOBIENNALEN’18. Sept., 2018

A new Danish biennial for contemporary photography and lens-based art, Fotobiennalen 2018 will focus on the post-photographic image and photography’s expanded field.

Founded in 2016, Fotobiennalen is a collaboration between Galleri Image in Aarhus, Brandts in Odense and Fotografisk Center in Copenhagen. With exhibitions in all three cities, the opening of the biennial will take place over three days – in Aarhus on August 29th, Odense on August 30th and in Copenhagen on August 31st.

As a major part of Fotobiennalen, an international symposium will be held in Copenhagen followed by this year’s new addition – a month of online reviews organized by Portfolio Dialogue.

Date: September 1 – 30, 2018. 

Open for bookings on 1 August.

Profiles of Reviewers: Curators, museum directors, publishers, magazine editors, artistic directors, fellow artists, etc.

Email: info@portfoliodialogue.com

Web: www.portfoliodialogue.com/

 

JULIA MARGARET CAMERON AWARD FOR WOMEN PHOTOGRAPHERS. Deadline: Sept. 12, 2018.

The Gala Awards, with the sponsorship of the Biennial of Fine Art & Documentary Photography invites women photographers worldwide to submit images to the 12th Edition of The Julia Margaret Cameron Award.

AWARDS AND EXHIBITION SELECTION:

The Jurors of the 12th Julia Margaret Cameron Award will select one Winner in the Professional Section and One Winner in the Non-Professional Section. The Gala Awards will organize a solo exhibition for each Winner in the respective sections taking care of all exhibition expenses, including printing and framing of up to 20 photographs each. The exhibition will be held in adjunct spaces in Barcelona on Q1 or Q2 2019. A curator designed by The Gala Award will assist the Winners in the selection of the work to be exhibited and will take care of the exhibition setup.The Winners of the categories Segregation & Human Rights, and Women Seen by Women will have a special award of $500 each.

The Jurors will also select, in both Pro and Non-Pro Sections, runner ups and honorable mentions, as well as a short list of finalists. All these photographers will be invited to exhibit in a collective exhibition in a space contiguous of those of the Winners. The exhibition organization and venue costs, will be borne by The Gala Awards, and the exhibitors will be charged for printing and framing, and setup costs (hanging, labeling, and insurance). Images of all awardees (Winners, Runner Ups, Honorable Mentions, and Finalists) will be exhibited online in The Gala Awards’ website during a minimum of two years.

CATEGORIES:
The Julia Margaret Cameron Award is addressed to professional and non professional women worldwide, who will compete in this editions in two different sections (Pro and Non-Pro) in the following categories: Abstract – Alternative Processes – Architecture & Interiors – Children – Cell Phone – Cityscapes – Culture & Daily Life – Digital Manipulation & Collage – Documentary & Reportage – Editorial & Current Affairs – Fine Art – Landscapes & Seascapes – Motion – Nature – Nude & Figure – Open Theme – People – Portrait – Segregation & Human Rights – Self Portrait – Still Life – Street Photography – Wild Life – Women Seen By Women. (A professional photographers is defined as anyone who earns more than 50 percent of her annual income from photography.)
FEES: During the Early Bird, until July 24Single Images:  $42 for the first 3 images (the minimum of images to submit is 3); $9 each additional image.Series: $45 for 1 series of 3 to 6 images; $13 each additional series.

From July 25 until the Final Deadline on September 12: $60 for the first 3 images (the minimum of images to submit is 3); $13 each additional image.

SERIES: $65 for 1 series of 3 to 6 images; $18 each additional series.

DATES:
Early Bird Deadline with 30% discount: July 24, 2018.
Final Deadline: September 12, 2018
Jurors’ announcement: first week of October, 2018.

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