Category Archives: Deadline 01/2014

Artist Studio-Residency, Barcelona, Feb-Dec. 2014. Deadline: Jan 10, 2014

This is a Call for a Residency program at the Sant Andreu Contemporary Art Center in Barcelona (SAC). Located in an old industrial space, it offers three workshops in an open area of 160 m² and Wi -Fi . Spaces are available February to December 2014. The selected artists will sign a lease . The price will be 85 € per month.
Artists must be part the exhibition program of Sant Contemporary Andreu . For this purpose the residents will have a production budget of 1,200 € . They will also have with support and monitoring
SAC team , and receive Studio visits by curators and critics.
The projects produced must be presented within the programming Sant Andreu Contemporary Art Center in 2014.

To participate, fill out their online form. Attention: the form is only available in Catalan and Spanish, however, it does not say anywhere in which language you have to submit, so you might give it a try to submit in English!

What you have to deliver:

  • Statement:Short text describing the conceptual framework and the author’s interests (maximum 1500 characters)
  • Letter of motivation (maximum 4,000 characters )
  • Project Summary: PDF of the project to be undertaken during residence with conceptual synthesisschedule and budget (maximum 3 MB)
  • Dossier / CV: PDF earlier work and CV (maximum 3MB)

A commission formed by Monica Cabo and James Bugarín , Lluc Mayol Silvia Muñoz d’ Imbert will be responsible for selecting artists.

Here is the full documentation as PDF (Catalan and Spanish)

For more questions, please contact

Submissions on the Post-Photographic Condition for Montreal 2015. Deadline: Jan 6, 2014

Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal 2015 CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Around the theme The Post-Photographic Condition proposed by Catalan curator and artist Joan Fontcuberta, Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal 2015 will explore the dramatic transformations the image has undergone due to the impact of the second digital revolution, in which the Internet and smartphones play a prominent role. It will feature works of artists who critically react to the massive presence of images and their absolute availability in our current visual culture.

The Post-Photographic Condition
We find ourselves at a crucial moment in the history of images. The proliferation of cameras and digital point-and-shoot devices, the incorporation of picture taking into cell phones, the Internet,
social networks, new surveillance techniques, the development of virtual reality mechanisms – all this and more is configuring a second digital revolution in which the identity of photography
must be rethought. Platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google, Flickr, YouTube, Wikipedia, eBay, and Blurb have become tools for experimentation and new creative processes.
Today, how can we define photographic quality? Is it possible to identify the photographic canon that is being created in the new vernacular spaces of the image?

The deadline for submissions for artists is January 6, 2014.

Download the complete submission guidelines for artists.


L’appel de dossiers d’artistes est en cours jusqu’au 6 janvier 2014.
Sous le thème La condition post-photographique proposé par le commissaire et artiste catalan Joan Fontcuberta , Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal 2015 examinera les transformations radicales qu’a subi l’image dans la foulée de la seconde révolution numérique, caractérisée par la prédominance d’Internet et des téléphones intelligents. L’événement présentera des œuvres d’artistes qui posent un regard critique sur la présence massive des images et leur disponibilité absolue dans la culture visuelle d’aujourd’hui.

Téléchargez les directives de l’appel de dossiers d’artistes.

Call for papers – Contemporary Curation: Theory and Practice. Deadline: Jan 28, 2014

The International Journal of Cultural and Creative Industries (IJCCI)
is a new international journal organized by the Institute of Creative
Industries Design, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan. The journal
is a multidisciplinary, double-blind peer-reviewed journal which aims
to facilitate scholarly works and discussions related to academic
research and practical insights from the field of cultural and creative
industries (CCI). The journal aims to reach both professional and
academic audience and to bring together interdisciplinary and
multinational perspectives. IJCCI publication activities are organized
by the Institute of Creative Industries Design at National Cheng Kung
University in Taiwan.

IJCCI publishes two regular issues and one special issue each year
containing 6-8 refereed articles in the following tracks:

– Academic Research: manuscripts focusing on theoretical development
and empirical research (6,000-8,000 words)

– Industry Insight: case studies portraying the local industry
practices (4,000-6,000 words)

– Glocal Perspective: reviews or commentary on local policies and
industrial development which would bring potential impact to
development of cultural and creative industries, a representation of
the agency perspectives (2,000-4,000 words)

The topic of the next special issue for The International Journal of
Cultural and Creative Industries is “Contemporary Curation: Theory and
Practice”. We welcome academic articles, case studies, and viewpoints
about the current practices and the challenges.

The special issue explores both theoretical and practical aspects on
contemporary curation. It covers key aspects of the history, theory and
practice of curating from the 20th century up to the present day. We
welcome papers that research and reflect upon a wide range of
curatorial contexts from exhibitions, off-site projects, events,
festivals, etc. The focus of this special issue is the application and
dissemination of defined curatorial contexts and strategies from
policy, strategic, experimental, empirical or theoretical perspectives.
We welcome papers from curators, historians, critics, artists and event
organizers to explore the shifting forms and diverse challenges of
contemporary curation.

To express interests in contribution, please email a 400-word abstract
to the editor of the special issue by 28 January 2014:

Dr Ming Turner,
National Cheng Kung University

Full paper is due by 30 April 2014.

The special issue will be published in September 2014.

Visiting Artist Fellowships, Summer 2014, Springfield, MO (USA). Deadline: Jan. 12, 2014


Summer Institute for Visual Arts 2014 Visiting Artist Fellowships

The Summer Institute for Visual Arts at Drury University is currently seeking applications for Summer 2014 Visiting Artist Fellowships.

Established in 2007, the Summer Institute for Visual Arts (SIVA) at Drury University is dedicated to advanced research and practice in the field of contemporary visual arts. Each summer, SIVA offers a low-residency Master of Arts in Studio Art and Theory (MART) program for emerging and aspiring artists and, starting in 2014, four Visiting Artist Fellowships to internationally recognized artists.

Each Visiting Artist Fellowship lasts for five weeks during which time the recipients serve as mentors in the MART program with sufficient time and financial support to develop their own work. SIVA supports innovation and cross-disciplinary activity and encourages Visiting Artists to utilize the resources of the university to inform and support their artistic pursuits. Visiting Artist Fellows are responsible for a Visiting Artist Studio offered to the second and third year cohorts of MART students and are expected to play an active role in the Summer Institute through program-wide studio visits, workshops, reviews and lectures.


Applications are sought from internationally exhibiting artists who have an established body of work and exemplary professional record. An MFA or equivalent, teaching experience and a growing record of exhibitions and/or other activities is required. Preference will be given to candidates possessing knowledge and interest in historical and contemporary art issues across disciplines. The review committee will consider the applicant’s experience and his or her appropriateness to the Summer Institute of Visual Arts mission and curriculum, as well as quality of work and written statements.

Fellowship Award
Each Summer Institute of Visual Arts Visiting Artist Fellow receives $4500.00 USD in compensation to manage a 5-week Visiting Artist Studio course (Monday-Thursday, 1-5pm), offer a one-day technical workshop and give a public lecture. Fellows additionally receive on-campus housing and a private studio in the Warmack Faculty Studios building. Fellows are expected to be in residence full-time.


Applicants must submit a letter of interest, artist and/or teaching statement, CV, portfolio images or website (including examples of student work if possible) and the names and addresses (postal and email) of three references to the address below.

Applications must be received by January 12, 2014.

Four fellowships will be awarded, two for Summer Session I (June 2 – July 3, 2014) and two for Summer Session II (July 2 – August 8, 2014). Please indicate if you have preferred dates (Summer Session I or II) for your Fellowship.

All application items should be sent to:

Graduate Programs Office

Drury University

900 North Benton Avenue

Springfield, MO 65802

Alternatively, you can upload your materials to and share them with

Instructions for a Dropbox submission

• Go to <>

• Set up a free account with username and password

• Upload your materials

• Label your folder with your last and first name (“Smith, Jane”)

• Click the “share” link to share the materials with

Please email with any questions.

Summer Institute for Visual Arts:

MA in Studio Art and Theory Program at Drury University <>

Production Grants for the MENASA Region. Deadline: Jan 31, 2014

Sharjah Art Foundation 2014 Production Programme

MENASA Region (Middle East, North Africa and South Asia)

Open call for artist grant
Deadline: January 31, 2014
Application fee: none

Sharjah Art Foundation announces the 2014 Production Programme Open Call for grants to artists working in a range of media. Up to $200,000 is available in this application cycle.

The Sharjah Art Foundation (SAF) Production Programme broadens the possibilities for the production of art in the MENASA region through a commitment to support innovation and excellence in artistic practice by encouraging risk and experimentation. This commitment places artists at the core of the Foundation’s mission by offering grants and professional support for the realisation of projects selected from an open call for proposals.

The past decade has seen an extraordinary rise in artistic activity throughout the Middle East, resulting in an increased visibility for artists both regionally and internationally. Within this context, the Foundation hopes to promote and encourage an environment of public and private patronage for the highest level of artistic endeavour. This programme focuses on supporting artists in their individual attempts to create work on a scale they have perhaps never imagined possible.

Arts practitioners are invited to propose imaginative, ambitious and inspirational projects that will transform our understanding of what art is and how it can be experienced. With this initiative we hope to engage and challenge the artists, our audiences and ourselves aesthetically, intellectually, emotionally, socially, politically or in ways new and unexpected.

In 2014 we are offering production grants to artists working in a range of media including sculpture, installation, time-based media, artist’s books and performance. Up to a total of $200,000 is available in this application cycle. The success of a proposal will be determined by merit rather than budget. To this end, projects with budgets that range from modest to ambitious scales will be considered. The submission deadline is 31 January 2014 and selections will be announced in March. The selected projects will be developed and produced by the artist and the Sharjah Art Foundation, with presentation of the completed project as agreed between the artist(s) and SAF.

The Production Programme was launched in 2008. Over 500 submissions have been received, 230 applications considered and 31 projects selected for production.

This website should give you all the information you need to know to apply for the 2014 Production Programme. Please read it carefully before you complete the attached application form. If you have any further questions, please direct them to