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Media Art Grants 2016 for production and residency, Germany. Deadline: Feb. 29, 2016

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Medienkunst-Stipendien 2016: Bewerbungsfrist endet am 29.2.
Ermöglicht durch die Stiftung Niedersachsen vergibt das Edith-Russ-Haus wieder drei Stipendien zur Förderung der künstlerischen Arbeit im Bereich der Medienkunst.

Es handelt sich um drei Produktions- und Aufenthaltsstipendien zu je 10.000 Euro,  mit denen ein breites  Spektrum der Medienkunst gefördert werden sollen. Die Bewerbung ist nur online auf www.edith-russ-haus.de/stipendien möglich.

Die Bewerbungsfrist endet am 29. Februar 2016.

Weitere Informationen für interessierte Bewerber unter:
http://www.edith-russ-haus.de/stipendien
info@edith-russ-haus.de
Telefon +49(0)441 235-3208

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Media Art Grants 2016: Application deadline is 29 February

Supported by the Foundation of Lower Saxony, the Edith-Russ-Haus offers three grants to enabling the production of new art projects in the field of Media Art. The Edith-Russ-Haus seeks to support artists working with a wide range of media from video to sound or audio-visual installations.

The 10.000 Euro grants cover production and a residency. The application is online-based at www.edith-russ-haus.de/stipendien

The deadline is 29th of February 2016

For further information about applying, please check:
http://www.edith-russ-haus.de/stipendien
info@edith-russ-haus.de
phone +49 441 235-2449

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ArtsLink Residencies for Visual & Media Arts in NY. Deadline: Oct. 15, 2013

ArtsLink Residencies for Visual & Media Arts
ArtsLink Residencies and Independent Projects
www.cecartslink.org/grants/artslink
ArtsLink Residencies offers artists and arts managers from eligible overseas countries a five-week residency at an established, non-profit arts organization in the US. The program is designed to create opportunities for artists and communities across the US to share artistic practices with artists and arts managers from abroad and engage in dialogue that advances understanding across cultures.The residencies will take place in fall 2014.

Eligibility: contemporary artists and arts managers working in performing arts and literature. Applicants must be citizens of, and currently reside in, an eligible country. There are no age limitations. Applicants must have sufficient knowledge of English to function independently while in the US.

Undergraduate students, amateurs and research scholars are not eligible. Arts managers must be affiliated with an arts organization in the non-commercial sector.

CEC ArtsLink promotes international communication and understanding through collaborative, innovative arts projects for mutual benefit. It supports and produces programs that encourage the exchange of visual and performing artists and cultural managers in the United States and 32 countries overseas. As an international organization, it believes that the arts are a society´s most deliberate and complex means of communication and that the work of artists and arts administrators can help nations overcome long histories of reciprocal distrust, insularity and conflict.

Deadline: 15/10/13
Contact:
CEC ArtsLink, New York
291 Broadway, 12th Floor
NY 10007 New York
phone: 212 643 1985 (int. 22)
al@cecartslink.org
www.cecartslink.org

Visual and Media Art Call, Western Australia. Deadline: Oct. 29, 2012

IASKA: Call for Expressions of Interest

spaced 2013-2015

http://www.iaska.com.au

Applications due Monday 29 October 2012

IASKA is calling for Expressions of Interest from artists working with visual, digital and hybrid media who are interested in participating in the second iteration of spaced, IASKA’s recurring event of socially engaged art. This new event will comprise 16 residency-based projects that will take place in regional Western Australian locations throughout 2013-14, followed by a group exhibition of the residency outcomes at the Western Australian Museum (WAM), Perth in early 2015.

The curatorial focus of the second iteration of spaced will consider the idea of collective memory, intended as the site of competing narratives that communities re-interpret and reinvent to construct images of their present and future.

The 16 spaced residency projects will encompass:

• Artistic practices that intervene in the fabric of everyday life and straddle the boundaries of art, science and technology, social activism, design and architecture.
•    Commissioning of artworks that result from a process of negotiation and consultation between artists and specific social groups within their host community.
•    Facilitation of artworks that strike a balance between situation-specificity and gallery display.
•    Promotion of a dialogue between realities that are usually separated by cultural, social, economic or geographical distances.
• Diversification of the life experience of artists so that a comprehensive experience of Australian culture, in its many forms, will be reflected in the contemporary arts

Participating artists will be commissioned to create new works informed by a dialogue with local residents and aimed at exploring local issues in a global context. The remuneration package will comprise an artist’s fee, contribution to materials and production costs, travel allowance, accommodation, on site staff support (part-time) and the use of a vehicle.

The program will be run through a tripartite partnership between IASKA, regional community host organisations and the Western Australian Museum (museum.wa.gov.au/iaska-spaced). The regional hosts will provide on-site support while the Museum will assist with the development of some projects through the provision of access to its collection, facilities and research staff. The Museum will also play host to the 2015 spaced group exhibition, contribute to the documentation and public program supporting this exhibition along with considering acquisition of some of the artworks for its collection. The event will take shape progressively through a dialogue between prospective artists, participating communities and WAM, and will be mediated and coordinated by IASKA.

About IASKA:
IASKA was formed in 1998 by farmers and art professionals interested in exploring cultural identity through art. Our mission is to experiment with new and more productive modes of interaction between contemporary artists and communities by supporting artistic practices that engage with local social contexts and are based on an exchange between regional, metropolitan and international points of view. Our philosophy is based on the principle that contemporary art should not be isolated in its specialist domain but participate in a cross-disciplinary dialogue involving a wide range of other cultural and social practices. Our activities comprise context-specific projects, solo exhibitions, touring group exhibitions, publications, educational and mentoring programs.

Contact
admin@iaska.com.au
Katherine Wilkinson
Phone: +61 8 9228 2444
Fax: +61 8 9228 2444

Address
http://www.iaska.com.au
IASKA
PO Box 8087
Perth BC 6849
Australia

Info
For further information and to obtain an Expression of Interest form please email: admin@iaska.com.au or download a copy from http://www.iaska.com.au

Call for Entries. MEDIA ART FESTIVAL OSNABRUECK. Deadline: Dec. 5, 2011

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// 25th EUROPEAN MEDIA ART FESTIVAL OSNABRUECK
April 18 – 22, 2012 Festival
April 18 – May 27, 2012 Exhibition
http://www.emaf.de <http://www.emaf.de&gt;
// CALL FOR ENTRIES  (REMINDER !!!)
// WE WOULD LIKE TO INVITE YOU TO SUBMIT YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS TO
PARTICIPATE IN THE EMAF BY 05 DECEMBER 2011 !
// Infos and application documents are available at http://www.emaf.de <http://www.emaf.de&gt;
// We look forward to receiving your entries to the European Media
Art Festival competition, with new works. You’re invited to send us
films, videos, installation- and performance projects or expanded
media works. Please use the online forms for all submissions.
We warmly invite you to shape and discover the trends of experimental
media-arts in Osnabrueck in April 2012.
In case you have submitted your work already, please ignore this email.
// Concept and directors board: Hermann Noering, Alfred Rotert,
Ralf Sausmikat
Contact/Address/Postal:
European Media Art Festival
Lohstrasse 45 a,
D-49074 Osnabrueck
phone +49 (0) 5 41 – 2 16 58,
fax   +49 (0) 5 41 – 2 83 27
mail: info(at)emaf.de <http://emaf.de&gt;
http://www.emaf.de <http://www.emaf.de&gt;
http://www.dca-project.eu <http://www.dca-project.eu>    the new European archive project.
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// 25. EUROPEAN MEDIA ART FESTIVAL OSNABRUECK
18.- 22. April 2012 Festival
18. April – 27. Mai 2012 Ausstellung
http://www.emaf.de <http://www.emaf.de&gt;
(english version below!)
// CALL FOR ENTRIES  (REMINDER !!!)
// SIE KÖNNEN IHRE BEITRÄGE ZUR TEILNAHME AM EMAF 2012 NOCH BIS ZUM
05. DEZEMBER 2011 EINREICHEN !
// Infos und Anmeldeunterlagen unter: http://www.emaf.de <http://www.emaf.de&gt;
Eingeladen sind Filme, Videos, Installationen, Performanceprojekte
und Arbeiten im Bereich Expanded Media. Bitte nutzen Sie für alle
Einreichungen die Online-Formulare.
Wir laden Sie herzlich ein, im April 2012 die aktuelle experimentelle
Medienkunst in Osnabrueck mit zu gestalten.
Sollten Sie Ihre Arbeit bereits angemeldet haben, können Sie diese
Email ignorieren.
// KONZEPTION UND FESTIVALLEITUNG : Hermann Noering, Alfred Rotert,
Ralf Sausmikat
Kontakt/Adresse:
European Media Art Festival
Lohstraße 45 a
D-49074 Osnabrueck
Telefon +49 (0) 5 41 – 2 16 58
Fax     +49 (0) 5 41 – 2 83 27
Mail    info(at)emaf.de <http://emaf.de&gt;
http://www.emaf.de <http://www.emaf.de&gt;
http://www.dca-project.eu <http://www.dca-project.eu>    the new European archive project.
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