Transeurope is a photography and visual arts forum for Europe, which promotes opportunities for professionals to meet and creates business networks in the fields of photography and visual arts.
The initiative consists in organising photography workshops, portfolio reviews, professional activities and three group exhibitions to favour exchange, mobility, visibility and cross-training among artists and international planners in North and Northeastern Europe, Eastern and Western Mediterranean and SouthEstastern Europe.
The first activity will be preparatory Training Workshops with international experts in 14 different countries from January until March 2018.
Check them out at http://transeuropephoto.eu/activities/
One of them will be held by the Captain of this ship, in March 2017. Here is the information, the inscription fee is only 20 euros, and it is hosted by Organ Vida Festival. So, really no excuse why not to get excited about this. See you in Zagreb!
WORKSHOP CROATIA, ZAGREB
Day: 17th of March, 2018
Schedule: 9.00 to 17.00
Inscription: 20 euros
With the Collaboration of Organ Vida, Photography Association
Academy of Dramatic Art (ADU)
Venue f 22. Frankopanska 22, 10000
Applications open for Flâneur Photography Residency in Riga, Latvia
Inspired by the idea of flâneurism – seemingly aimless wanderings around the city – the Spring 2016 one-month residency in Riga, Latvia is designed for photography artists interested in developing work in and around urban space. The influential 20th century philosopher Walter Benjamin wrote that for a flâneur “the walls are the desk against which he presses his notebooks; news-stands are his libraries and the terraces are the balconies from which he looks down on his household after his work is done”. We’re searching for photography artists with an original perspective on present day city-dwelling.
The residency period is three to four weeks in April – May 2016, and the artists-in-residence are expected to participate in a presentation or pop-up exhibition at the end of their stay, showcasing the work created during their time in Riga. The event will be part of the official Riga Photomonth 2016 (www.rigaphotomonth.com) programme and will be organised in cooperation with the Orbita creative collective of poets and artists (http://orbita.lv/about).
Applications are invited from photographers and artists working with photography with a European Union nationality. There are no limitations regarding age, background and photographic style. Two residents matching the criteria will be chosen based on the strength of their applications. The artists-in-residence will receive free of charge accommodation for the duration of the stay, a return ticket to Riga, as well as a stipend of 1000 EUR to support their practice and subsistence costs during the residency.
The Flâneur Riga residency is organised by ISSP in the framework of the “Flâneur: New urban narratives” project (http://flnr.org), and supported by the EU Creative Europe Programme and the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Latvia.
Application deadline: 3 January 2016
More information and applications: http://ej.uz/flaneur_riga
Riga Photomonth Open Call for Photo Projects in The Urban Environment
Riga Photomonth in collaboration with JCDecaux announces an open call for entries under the title Territories, Borders and Check-Points. The submitted works will be reviewed by international jury and the selected works will be exhibited throughout the city of Riga during the Photomonth in May 2016, using JCDecaux advertising stands.
In order to bring contemporary photography into the urban environment, Riga Photomonth photography festival invites emerging photographers worldwide to submit existing or create new work that deals with the subject of the exhibition. It is a chance for photographers to share their work with wider audiences in the largest city of the Baltics and participate in one of the main photography events of the region. Photographers are welcome to interpret the subject according to their personal experience. The organizers are open and interested in seeing both deeply personal and private stories as well as critical socio-political narratives about local and global events. The submitted entries will be reviewed by international jury, including, Swedish photographer and curator JH Engström; Salvatore Vitale, editor-in-chief of Swiss photography magazine YET; Andrei Liankevich, photographer and director of the Minsk Month of Photography in Belarus; Louise Clements, artistic director of the most prominent British photography festival FORMAT; Rui Prata, director of HOP Helsinki Photography Festival; Andrei Bezukladnikov, editor of Russian online journal photographer.ru; as well as Jelena Brokane, JCDecaux Latvia CEO. The submissions are open on the festival website www.rigaphotomonth.com through 1 February 2016. The selected works will be on display in the urban environment during Riga Photomonth 2016 in May.
Riga Photomonth is a bi-annual festival that first took place in 2014, running a challenging programme also in the off-years. The festival aims to turn Riga into an international meeting platform ensuring networking opportunities among Nordic, Baltic and East European photographers. Riga Photomonth 2016 is organized by non-profit organizations Riga Photomonth, the ISSP and FK Magazine, as well as other partners in Latvia and internationally.
Riga Photomonth 2016 coordinator