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Call for Submissions: Journal for Artistic Research (JAR). Deadline: Sept. 6, 2018.

JAR invites submissions from all fields and disciplines in which artistic research may be relevant, including areas that are not usually conceived of as artistic. We welcome submissions from practitioners with or without academic affiliations. JAR’s format for publishing artistic research, the exposition, invites authors to combine text, image, film, and audio material on expandable web pages, challenging the dominance of writing in traditional academic research. Submissions in multiple languages are accepted, if accompanied by an English translation, which will act as master version. Multilingual expositions are also welcome as long as translations are provided.
The Journal for Artistic Research (JAR) is an international, online, Open Access and peer-reviewed journal that disseminates artistic research from all disciplines. JAR invites the ever-increasing number of artistic researchers to develop what for the sciences and humanities are standard academic publication procedures. It serves as a meeting point of diverse practices and methodologies in a field that has become a worldwide movement with many local activities. JAR provides a digital platform where multiple methods, media and articulations may function together to generate insights in artistic research endeavours. It seeks to promote expositions of practice as research. In JAR artistic research is viewed as a developing field where research and art are positioned as mutually influential. Recognising that the field is ever developing and expanding, JAR remains open to continued re-articulations of its publishing criteria.

The JAR Network further facilitates exchange among the artistic research community. This part of the site is an extension of JAR rather than part of the peer reviewed journal. In the Network we publish writing that actively responds to issues in the field, allowing JAR to give focus to developments and make public some of the important discussions that artistic researchers have in their own local contexts.

For submissions information, and advice on whether your research is suitable for JAR, contact the Managing Editor, using the web contact form.

Submission Requirements

JAR works with an international editorial board and a large panel of peer-reviewers. Editor in Chief: Michael Schwab – Peer Review Editor: Julian Klein. Editorial Board: Alex Arteaga, Annette Arlander, Lucia D’Errico, Barnaby Drabble, Mika Elo, Azadeh Fatehrad, Yara Guasque, Julian Klein and Mareli Stolp.

JAR is published by the Society for Artistic Research (SAR), an independent, non-profit association. You can support JAR by becoming an individual or institutional member of SAR. More information can be found here.

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Festival Films on Architecture. MOVE CINE ARCH. Deadline: March 31, 2018.

MOVE CINE ARCH Festival welcomes films productions focused on architecture, landscape, representation of space, urbanism, planning, cities and environment. The Festival accepts films productions finished on or after 2015. Each author can participate with only one film in their original language with English subtitles when applicable.

A travelling Festival about Films on Architecture. 2018 edition will travel Venice, São Paulo and Paris. A programme built upon partnerships with international cultural institutions and with the desire to better discover architecture and its visual representation. Among out stellar partners European Cultural Center in Venice and Paris College of Art. Films and video productions focused on architecture, landscape, representaiton of space, urbanism, planning, cities and environment are welcome.

The Jury: Federica Andreoni, Jessica Auer, Reinaldo Cardent, Francisco Perrotta-Boscht and Martin Benavidez.

Fees: Single submission 10 € (before February 28th) and regular fee 15 €. Multiple submissions from the same producer 5 €. NO submission fee for academies and schools.

ENTRY FORM

CONTEST RULES

More information: movecinearte.com

Arte Laguna Prize. Deadline: Nov. 16, 2016

OPEN CALL FOR THE 11th ARTE LAGUNA PRIZE
international art award | free theme | open to all
The Arte Laguna Prize is an international free-themed art competition aimed at enhancing Contemporary Art. It includes the categories: Painting, Sculpture and Installation, Photographic Art, Video Art and Performance, Virtual Art and Digital Graphics, Land Art.
The contest stands out in the global art scene for the growing variety of its partnerships and opportunities offered to artists, and is recognized worldwide as a real springboard for the artists’ career.
An international jury will select 125 finalist artists for:
6 cash prizes of € 42,000
a major Exhibition in the Arsenale of Venice
5 exhibitions in international Art Galleries
5 collaborations with Companies
Prize Sustainability and Art
9 Art Residencies
3 International Festivals
publication of the catalogue
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WHAT THE ARTISTS WIN

 

Prize money

7.000,00 Painting

7.000,00 Sculpture and Installation

7.000,00 Photographic Art

7.000,00 Video Art and Performance

7.000,00 Virtual Art and Digital Graphics

7.000,00 Land Art

 

5 Artist in Gallery Prizes

Organization of 5 exhibitions in international Art Galleries, including setting up, vernissage and catalogue

Salamatina Gallery, Atlanta USA

Galerie Isabelle Lesmeister, Regensburg Germany

Galeria Fernando Santos, Porto Portugal

ART re.FLEX Gallery, Saint Petersburg Russia

Chelouche Gallery for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv Israel

 

 

 

9 Artist in Residence Prizes

Art Residency program in Italy and abroad aimed at providing a space and time to experience a new culture, create new works and participate in new activities in a multicultural environment.

 

GLO’ART, Lanaken Belgium

Basu Foundation for the Arts, Kolkata India

Taipei Artist Village, Taipei Taiwan

Berengo Foundation, Murano Italy

Espronceda, Barcelona Spain

Artistic Foundry Salvadori Arte, Pistoia Italy

Artistic Serigraphy Fallani, Venice Italy

San Francisco Art Residency, San Francisco USA

The Art Department – Casa dell’Arte International Artists’ Residency, Bodrum Turkey

 

 

5 Business for Art Prizes

Selection of 5 creative projects for the collaboration with 5 companies

Deglupta: € 5,000 and design for a new collection of bags and accessories

Rima Sofa & Beds: € 5,000 and creation of promotional videos, images for advertising campaigns and designs for soft furniture

Papillover Art Collection: € 1,000 and new designs for a limited edition of bow ties

Eurosystem: € 5,000 and making of a video enhancing the art-technology relationship

Biafarin: 10 Gold Membership Packages + US$ 4,000 to 4 selected artists (US$ 1,000 each)

 

NEW! Special Prize Sustainability and Art

Selection of 1 creative project including design, photography, video art and performance, etc. which enhances paper/cardboard and cellulose packaging as part of the RRR strategies (Reuse, Recycle, Reduce).
Prize of 3,000 euro for the winning project.

 

3 Festivals & Exhibitions

Selection of 12 artists for the participation in collective events in a network where artists, visibility, and new projects meet.

Art Stays, Ptuj Slovenia

Art Nova 100, Beijing China

Open International Exhibition of Sculptures and Installations, Venice Italy

 

SPECIAL VENUE FOR THE FINALISTS EXHIBITION

The major collective exhibition will take place in the historical location of the Arsenale in Venice in March 2017, a reference point in the art world.

The prestigious venue in the lagoon city will host the exhibition of 30 works of painting, 30 sculptures and installations, 30 works of photographic art, 10 videos, 10 land art projects, 5 performances which will be performed live during the exhibition’s opening ceremony.

 

DEDICATED VENUE FOR VIRTUAL ART & DIGITAL GRAPHICS

The 10 finalists from virtual art and digital graphics will be on view at the Future Centre, the Venice home of TIM, an incubator for developing new business opportunities for telecommunications and new technologies.

 

WHO’S SELECTING

The selection of the artworks will be made by an international jury composed of high level experts:

  • Museum directors
  • Curators
  • Art critics

CURATOR AND HEAD OF JURY

Igor Zanti (Italy, Curator and Art Critic)
THE JURY

Flavio Arensi (Italy, Art Critic)

Manuel Borja-Villel (Spain, Director of National Museum Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid)

Tamara Chalabi (Iraq, Chair and Co-Founder of Ruya Foundation)

Paolo Colombo (Italy, Art Advisor for the Istanbul Museum of Modern Art)

Suad Garayeva (Azerbaijan, Curatorial Director of YARAT Contemporary Art Centre’s exhibitions and permanent collection)

Ilaria Gianni (Italy, Curator and Art Critic)

Nav Haq (Belgium, Senior Curator at M HKA – Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp)

Emanuele Montibeller (Italy, Artistic Director of Arte Sella in Trentino)

Fatos Ustek (United Kingdom, Independent Curator and Writer)

Alma Zevi (Italy, Curator and Writer)

 

 

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Residency Kourmania Open Call. Deadline: July 01, 2016

Since 2009 the artist collective Medea Electronique has organized an annual 10-day experimental artist residency, Koumaria, near Sparta in Greece (the village of Sellasia), focusing on improvisation and new media practices. New-media artists from all over the world, inspired by the Greek natural landscape, come together to create a multicultural and cross-media ‘dialogue’ culminating in a collective presentation both locally and in Athens at the end of the residency.

For our 2016 residency the theme concerns cross-cultural collaborations, migration and borders, culminating in a performance/presentation of the residency artistic outputs as part of a conference/performance series at a major venue in Athens on this theme.

It is worth emphasizing that Koumaria’s focus is collective art creation. While individual residents may well have projects in mind that they hope to realize at Koumaria, they should expect, and desire, substantive input from other residents, and be open to having their projects morph considerably during the course of the residency. While the final output we present need not be one long collective piece, and while the projects forming our outputs need not all involve all residents, Koumaria is not the place for the development and presentation of solo works.

-Deadline: July 01, 2016
-Residency Theme: Diasporas in Dialogue: Multiculturalism, Migration and the Improvisatory Imagination
-Looking for: dancers, performers, video artists, installation artists, sound artists and composers of electronic music.

-Apply to Koumaria Residency:

Apply to Koumaria

This is a project of the artistic collective Medea Electronique: http://www.medeaelectronique.com/koumaria

Now&After’16 International Video Art Festival Deadline: July 15, 2016

OPEN CALL – International Video Art Festival NOW&AFTER’16

Video artists from all over the world are invited to submit their works for the sixth edition of International Video Art Festival Now&After.
International Video Art Festival Now&After is annualy held in Moscow, Russia. Now&After is traditionally hosted by a museum. During few weeks a festival program is demonstrated as an integrated multi-channel video installation.

The sixth edition of the Festival will take place at The State Darwin Museum from October 29 till November 29, 2016.

Now&After’16 is organized by Media Art Center Now&After

Now&After’16 co-organizer – the State Darwin Museum

Festival Director and Curator – Marina Fomenko

The theme is ECOLOGY WITHOUT BORDERS

So what do the artists focus on?

· Ecology as a relationship between the organisms and the environment or ecology in a general sense?

· Environmental catastrophes or ecological balance maintaining?

· Relationships between humans and the environment or the life of nature itself?

· The growth of cities or rural ecosystems development?

· Social or cultural ecology?

· Ecology of the relationships among people or between people and animals?

· Alienation from nature or integration with it?

· Contamination of the environment or preservation of untouched nature?

Participation Terms:

-There is no entry fee.

-All rights on videos remain property of authors.

-Submitted videos must have been completed after January 1, 2013.

-Running time is up to 15 min.

-Entry form must be completed online.

-Each applicant may send maximum 3 submissions for single-channel videos ( .jpg with dimension not less than 400 px X 300 px .) The required formats for videos are h264, .avi, .mov, .mpeg2, (PAL), Videos should have quality not less than 720px X 576px.

-All the films selected for the competition program will be considered by the jury.

-The authors of the best films will be awarded.

-The Festival’s Prize Fund is 120,000 rubles.

Opening: 3 November, 2016, 7 p.m.: The State Darwin Museum, Vavilova st. 57, Moscow

Deadline: July 15, 2016

For more information, please visit the festival’s website http://www.now-after.org/eng/

SUBMISSION  http://www.now-after.org/eng/zayavka.php?o=1

GO ON!

 

Video and animation art call, Toronto. Deadline: April 1, 2016

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

The concept of materiality is in question. Digital media, once thought by artists and scholars alike to be fundamentally intangible, has been demonstrated in recent years to have very real effects on the physical world. The transformation of data into engaging, interactive formats (online gaming, mobile software, networked art) has shown that digital media distributed across networks has the power to educate, to connect, to visualize a politic and produce emotional response. This [Inter}web of relations functions mimics key properties of another technological achievement: textiles. Ironically, one of the human race’s oldest technologies serves as the perfect metaphor for its latest inventions. And, as the digital age marches on, artists and industry alike must consider the possibility of ‘digital textiles’. What terms will define the digital textile? Is a digital textile purely light and numbers, or is it hybrid—straddling virtual and physical space? What does the evolution of textiles from analog to digital media imply or reveal about the narrative of human progress?

Subtle Technologies seeks submissions of video art and animation that explore or expand the definition of the digital textile and speculate its future. Selected videos will be presented in the program Cloaked In Code and will be screened in Toronto on May 13th, 2016 during Future Proof, a wearable technology fashion show as part of the 19th Annual Subtle Technologies Festival.

Selected applicants will gain critical exposure to influential Canadian makers and thinkers as well as leaders in the Toronto fashion and wearable technology communities. The Cloaked In Code program will also be accessible to an international audience, hosted on the Subtle Technologies website from May through August, 2016.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

To apply download and complete the Cloaked In Code application form.

You may submit up to 5 hyperlinks to videos or animations for consideration. Please enclose any necessary information for password-protected files.

•    Along with your application form, please submit the following:
•    Artist statement, précis or summary of research interests (250-500 words)
•    A recent bio
•    An up-to-date C.V.

Deadline: Friday April 1st, 2016

Selections will be announced and applicants notified on Monday, April 18th, 2016.

Call for entries for the “I Can’t Breathe” exhibition. Deadline: October 10, 2015

In November/December 2015, ARC will present “I CAN’T BREATHE”,  an exhibition juried by Mary Patten and Romi Crawford, PhD.

Having endured a year in which video after video has appeared, showing shocking violence by police against unarmed citizens, ARC wants to begin a conversation about these events. The videos have forced all of us to address our ignorance and denial, as well as to ask even bigger questions about the nature of institutionalized racism. ARC is looking for work that evokes what it feels like to find oneself targeted, in a suffocating space, or unheard. This also includes work that addresses how one might imagine that grip to be loosened, or what it might look like to begin to listen.

ARC GALLERY AND EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION is a non-profit, woman-run cooperative gallery dedicated to providing alternative space exhibition opportunities for innovative artists outside the commercial gallery system. Since 1973, ARC has given exposure and support to both men and women artists, providing an atmosphere for the continued development of artistic potential and experimentation.

SUBMISSION
Believing that all voices are valuable as we learn to listen to each other, this juried show is open to anyone who wishes to apply regardless of ability to pay. ARC asks for a donation by those who feel they can contribute.

Prospectus: https://arcgallery.wufoo.com/forms/i-cant-breatheat-arc-gallery-in-novdec-2015/

Submit online: https://arcgallery.wufoo.com/forms/i-cant-breatheat-arc-gallery-in-novdec-2015/

MEDIA
Work in all media, including written word and spoken word.

ELIGIBILITY
International
All sizes will be considered

DATES
Submission: October 10, 2015 11:59 PM
Announcement: October 24, 2015
Delivery: November 18-21, 2015 12-6pm
Exhibition: November 25, 2015 – December 19, 2015
Opening Reception: December 4, 2015 6-9pm
Pick-Up Work: December 19, 2015 67:30pm December 20, 2015 12pm – 4pm
Shipped Work Return Dates: December 22, 2015 12-6pm
Pre-Paid FedEx or UPS required. Do not use U.S. Postal Service

JURORS
Romi Crawford  is Associate Professor in Visual and Critical Studies and Liberal Arts at SAIC. Her research revolves primarily around formations of political, racial, and gendered identity and the relation to American visual arts, film, and popular culture. She was previously the Curator and Director of Education and Public Programs at the Studio Museum in Harlem; and serves on the Boards of Chicago Film Archives and Black Cinema House.
Mary Patten is a visual artist, writer, educator, occasional curator, and political activist. She works collaboratively with Chicago Torture Justice Memorials and Feel Tank Chicago, and teaches at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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