Applications are invited from artists of all disciplines for this post which will run from June 2010, or as soon as possible thereafter, for one year. The appointment will take in all the events in the Cathedral calendar during the year and will therefore be involved with interpreting the life of the Cathedral within the context of the visual arts. The residency will open and conclude with an exhibition of the artist's work.
You will possess a BA and MA in Fine Art, or related area,… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 30, 2010 at 18:21 —
University of the Arts London is a vibrant world-centre for innovation, drawing together six colleges with international reputations in art, design, fashion, communications and performing arts.
University of the Arts London are offering the following AHRC funded research degree studentships to commence in October 2010:
Three Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Doctoral Studentships through the Block Grant Partnership (BGP) scheme in the following… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 30, 2010 at 18:17 —
Curatorial Practice and the Museum: Working with Collections of Modern and Contemporary Art.
2010 is the Contemporary Art Society's centenary year. To celebrate, a Centenary Programme will take place in partnership with many of our sixty-three member museums across the UK.
For 100 years, the Contemporary Art Society has acted as a catalyst for visual arts in this country, developing audiences, artists, curators, collectors and collections alike. It has played a… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 30, 2010 at 18:07 —
Founded in 1901 to ‘bring great art to the people of the East End’ the Whitechapel Gallery was the first public space to show some of the great names of British 20th Century Art, including Hepworth, Hockney and Gilbert & George, as well as premiering great international modernists such as Picasso, Pollock and Rothko.
The Curatorial Programme Manager takes curatorial responsibility for specific exhibitions, projects and publications assigned by the Director and Chief Curator. The… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 30, 2010 at 18:04 —
The British School at Rome, Ruskin School of Drawing & Fine Art and St John’s College, Oxford, invite applications for a Senior Research Fellowship that commemorates the life and work of the artist Helen Chadwick. Helen Chadwick was celebrated for her inquisitiveness, openness to new subject-matter and thoughtful approach to technologies and display, and the Fellowship will attract artists who reflect these qualities in a project that will be made possible by spending periods of time in… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 30, 2010 at 17:51 —
As a part of current research in the city of Lincoln, to find out what people in the city want from art; three small scale commissions are open for submission. The commissions are designed to allow emerging artists the opportunity to create situational work in Lincoln, as well as acting as an opinion poll. The work will be judged by passers by to determine how the public react to the art, and to gage opinion on the type of art work. The commissions will be stand alone events but will be… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 30, 2010 at 17:50 —
A call for visual and media artists, musicians, film makers and architects, animators and others to create and submit a flipbook, which is based on their own practice.
We are looking for flipbooks, which are newly made and by artists from different disciplines and with different approaches. There is no need to follow the conventional flipbook's format but follow the basic instructions so when flipping through the book there will be a sequence - moving images. The flipbooks will be… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 30, 2010 at 17:41 —
Main Categories :
Video Art, Animation, Video Installation, Installation, Digital Image, Web Art, Performance Art
With “Feel Free to Feel Green” as a starting point, Athens Video Art Festival will present art… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 30, 2010 at 17:40 —
The John Moores exhibition showcases the best new paintings produced in the UK today and attracts a broad spectrum of artists. No preference is given to levels of experience or particular practices of painting.
The work is selected anonymously from an open submission by the jury, who also award the main prizes. In 2010 a first prize of £25,000 will be awarded along with four further prizes, each of £2500. In addition, the winner of the popular visitors' choice prize of £2010, will be… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 30, 2010 at 17:38 —
Submissions are sought from artists working in any medium (including performance) to participate in a special one-day group exhibition in Lincoln on 31st May 2010, with a private view on the evening of 30th May 2010. The venue is the unique Sir Joseph Banks Conservatory, a glasshouse filled with botanical specimens from all over the world. The exhibition will operate as a kind of treasure trail or anthology of works, with pieces displayed amongst the trees and plants awaiting… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 30, 2010 at 17:13 —
Birmingham Institute of Art and Design (BIAD) is a leading centre for research in the creative arts, architecture and design. We are delighted to announce that, as holders of an AHRC Block Grant Partnership Award, we are in a position to offer a range of Masters and Doctoral Studentships over the next five years.
In Fine Art we have one AHRC Doctoral Studentship available for an October 2010 start.
Doctoral awards provide support for a minimum of one year and up to three… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 30, 2010 at 17:00 —
Do you have an idea for a performance or installation at greenroom?
Instant Win! is our annual 60 second competition to decide who’ll receive a £500 commission & it’s really simple to enter: sign up in advance, bring along some mates to the competition, make your pitch to our judges and see what happens…
Your name will be randomly pulled out of a hat, you’ll have 60 seconds to pitch your idea, and if you’re the Instant Winner! you’ll get a £500 commission, plus support… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 30, 2010 at 16:45 —
BLOP: Bristol Live Open Platform, 27 - 28 March 2010.
In 2007, Theatre Bristol, Arnolfini and Spaghetti Club opened Arnolfini's doors for one weekend to platform 50 artists across two days at I Am Your Worst Nightmare. We did it again in 2008 with I Am Still Your Worst Nightmare.
In 2010 Arnolfini and Theatre Bristol are joined by Inbetween Time Productions, bringing together Bristol's three main producers of live art and interdisciplinary experimentation. Once again we… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 30, 2010 at 16:41 —
We have a number of PhD studentships available for photography related projects based
on the Belfast campus. These pay tuition fees and an annual maintenance award of not
less than £13,489 per annum. Full awards are available only to applicants normally
resident in the UK. Applicants for these awards must have or expect to obtain in Summer
2010 the minimum of an upper second class honours degree in a subject area appropriate
to the project. Please forward this to any… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 26, 2010 at 9:56 —
April 6th - 25th Alicia Paz, Andrew Hunt, Becky Beasley, Bettina Buck, Caroline Achaintre, Céline Condorelli, David Mollin, Gail Pickering, Klega, Markus Vater, Matthew Poole, Michael Corris, Michael Craig-Martin, Oliver Klimpel (Büro International), Paul O'Neill, Pavel Büchler, Rainer Ganahl, Richard Wentworth, Rosalind Nashashibi, Ruti Sela/Maayan Amir are among the contributors to Phase I of artschool uk. (additional contributors will be listed on artschool uk website when… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 25, 2010 at 19:30 —
Britain’s liveliest arts centre re-opens its doors in 2010 following a £15m makeover. mac offers an array of contemporary visual art and digital media exhibitions, dance and theatre performances, music, cinema, literature, poetry and comedy events. Embracing a broad spectrum of creative disciplines, we need artist tutors who can deliver in a broad range of areas: performance arts including dance, drama, music; movement and yoga classes; practical applied areas such as jewellery, sculpture,… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 24, 2010 at 21:14 —
The MA in Photographic History and Practice is the first course in the UK dedicated to the studyand research of photographic history and the history of photographic practice.
Further details about the course are available at:
This £5,000 scholarship is available to… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 24, 2010 at 20:30 —
Northumbria and Sunderland Universities operate a collaborative AHRC Block Grant Partnership to support quality research and professional training
Studentships are available for uptake from September/October 2010 in the following areas:
D1 Applied Arts and Crafts (Glass and Ceramics)
D2 Fine Art (Curating New Media Art, or Photography)
Research Preparation Masters Studentships
M3 Conservation of Art (two… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 24, 2010 at 18:25 —
Grants of £2,500 for Documentary Photographers
Each year FotoDocument will commission documentary photographers worldwide to produce photo essays on a social, cultural or environmental theme designed to educate and inspire the viewer. Whilst the stories will expose the hard facts related to the issue, there will be an emphasis on solution-focused projects and positive outcomes.
Through exposure to innovative projects happening in different countries around the… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 22, 2010 at 20:30 —
We welcome research proposals that seek to develop high quality, critically-engaged photography within a range of photographic practices and subject-areas, including documentary, landscape/place and family/autobiography. We also encourage applications for theory-based and interdisciplinary projects.
Prospective students can informally discuss research proposals in advance of application with: Professor John Kippin, tel: 0191 515 3041, email… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on January 22, 2010 at 15:00 —