NOWA SODA is an artist-in-residency program that culminates in a three day art spectacle that transforms the Contemporary Art Center Solvay (CACS) into a building-wide installation art piece. Conceived and curated by Halfslant, an international art group which will work with the resident artists to use the physical space and historical significance of the CACS building as a means to enter into a dialogue with Krakow’s Podgórze community.
For the month of October 2009 the group will… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 29, 2009 at 19:27 —
Broadwalk Arts Space Bristol, UK. 19th July 2009 to 24th July 2009. (Possible touring exhibition)
Call out for artists, writers, thinkers and researchers whose works explore the idea of connectivity, correspondence and/or dialogue. Work that perhaps subvert the usual electronic and digital methods of communication or question why dialogue is important? This interpretation could be as simple as a ‘message in a bottle’, dialogue systems or in the likes of James Lee Byers, ornate,… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 23, 2009 at 21:52 —
Send us your zines!
Who: Anyone (international)
Where: Temporary Art Space, The Piece Hall, Halifax (UK)
When: 3rd - 31st July 2009
Do it yourself: art on the cheap, art created using the most immediate resources, art that involves the public in the creation. Whether you call it lo-fi, cut 'n' paste, punk or some other dubious title, it's art that is exciting, raw and not pandering to the whims of the money soaked art… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 23, 2009 at 21:30 —
Inspired by the work of artist Tehching Hsieh, we want to work with one artist for one year to explore the idea of time. How might a performance last an entire year? How do we mark time and how does it mark us? How do we document time? How can we make the time to make art?
On one side of A4, propose how you would work with us to create a year-long performance. It might be something you do each day, a series of weekly actions, or take place entirely online. It can blend into your… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 19, 2009 at 7:56 —
Deadline : 30 September 2009
The Foundation awards grants to individuals and institutions in the UK and Japan in all areas of the visual and performing arts, the humanities, the social sciences, science and engineering, mathematics, business studies, and education, including schools and universities, and grass roots and professional groups.
Daiwa Foundation Small Grants
The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation offers grants from £1,000- £5,000 to individuals, societies,… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 12, 2009 at 12:30 —
Mobility stands for the ability to move freely and easily cross borders to gain inspiration and stimulate innovative creative connections. It is the life-blood of cultural cooperation. Artists and others in the cultural sector need to meet their international peers, exchange views, cooperate, influence and learn from each other.
With our mobility fund STEP beyond we stimulate and support cross-cultural creative projects. We want to motivate young artists and cultural practitioners to… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 12, 2009 at 11:50 —
An internet based screening channel for all forms of moving image work. Submissions will be screened on a rolling basis.
All films will be archived online and there will be the possibility of DVD distribution for selected works.
all work should be submitted as full quality data files on DVD / on MiniDV tape / or as Flash Movies.
116 Paget Street
Added by Joanne Lee on June 12, 2009 at 11:49 —
OMSK events unfold across multiple rooms, providing a platform for live art, film & video, installation and bands/experimental sound. Having recently concentrated on 'OMSKBOOK' and 'A Walk Through' (an expanded gallery exhibition), OMSK now has a series of live events planned, beginning Thu 24 Apr 2008, at an old factory on Cable Street, London E1.
The OMSK collective is looking for work for this and other summer/autumn happenings. Please visit the OMSK website and have a read of… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 12, 2009 at 11:48 —
If.... is a series of projects that g39 is initiating as part of the 2009 - 2010 season.
g39 is changing the way it uses the space and the opportunities it can offer to artists. We are making the ground floor space available to independent artist projects, experiments, performances etc.
This opportunity is open to artists, curators and other arts professionals at any stage in their career who have an idea they’d like to try out in a gallery environment or new work that… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 12, 2009 at 11:47 —
Derek Horton and Lisa Stansbie are pleased to announce the launch of Soanyway online magazine...
Soanyway is an international project centred on words, pictures and sound that tell stories. We interpret the idea of a ‘story’ very openly, in relation to fact and fiction, narration or implication, and structure or a lack of it. And we regard most history, theory and critique as stories about stories.
New additions to Soanyway online will be made regularly and we are hoping… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 12, 2009 at 11:45 —
Participants wanted to take part in a collaborative pinhole project that will help us clean up and re-engage with our surroundings, as well as learn about the art of pinhole photography.
Jamie House invites anyone to take part in this collaborative project. He will work with people worldwide to collect discarded drinks cans, which he will convert into home-made pinhole cameras. Later participants will use these cans to take photographs of the environment they where found in, the aim… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 12, 2009 at 11:43 —
As part of Manchester's 24:7 theatre festival there will be a week of events run in the evenings. One of these events is an evening of Short Films. We are accepting submissions from Artists and Filmmakers.
The films need to be around 12 minutes long and on DVD.
The films will be shown on Wednesday 22nd of July between 2200-2400.
To be considered please send DVD and any supporting material to
6 Severn… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 12, 2009 at 11:40 —
Arts Partnership Nottinghamshire seek an experienced arts / youth worker to co-deliver an initial summer programme of arts activities and festival/ event development. You will be required to work alongside the project coordinator and with young people living across Nottingham/shire to progress the ‘young arts leaders’ project on behalf of APN.
APN (Arts Partnership Nottinghamshire) is a partnership between the 9 local authorities across Nottinghamshire (city and county). We work with… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 12, 2009 at 11:36 —
refutation issue 0V is holding a video screening in London and we are looking for video submissions for our event and to also be included in the issue download.
refutation is a bimonthly download that helps to promote art in digital formats and increase art creation, ownership and knowledge.
each submission must be for a new video or a video that has not been previously exhibited (excluding student shows) and should not be any longer than four minutes in… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 12, 2009 at 11:35 —
WHO: Yorkshire-based artists working in 2-dimensions, including: painting, photography, printmaking, and textiles.
WHAT: Saltaire Arts Trail is looking for Yorkshire-based artists to exhibit in the Open Exhibition. The exhibition will be displayed under the beautiful glass-vaulted roof of Shipley College’s Exhibition Building. Artists can submit a maximum of 3 artworks.
WHEN: 12th September - 20th September 2009
PAYMENTS: Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 12, 2009 at 11:30 —
What can you do with a £1?
Here at The Eccentric City - The world's first dedicated eccentric newspaper - we are proudly offering a monthly rolling programme called the £1 Arts Commission (this is not a joke - we are serious about this!). Yes, we want to encourage the delights of eccentric behaviour, believing that huge amounts of money doesn’t always encourage the powerful force of eccentricity to manifest its full effect! The Eccentric City will give one £1 commission per month to… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 12, 2009 at 11:30 —
A notice for live artists, performance artists and children’s entertainers.
For Christmas 2009 the Barbican will stage a children’s cabaret, directed by Lone Twin and Stuart Silver. We are looking for exciting, innovative and extremely entertaining short performances for children.
No prior experience of making work for children is necessary – just a strong idea. Your performance should last between 3 to 10 minutes and be enjoyable to an audience of 4 – 10 year-olds. Solo,… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 12, 2009 at 11:29 —
Your chance to see your film on the big screen as part of the Greenwich Film Festival.
The Greenwich Film Festival is a unique programme of screenings and events taking place across the borough of Greenwich 23 – 26 July 2009, including an outdoor screening of Antonioni's cult classic, Blow Up, in Maryon Park where many of its iconic scenes were shot.
We are inviting submissions of short films made by young people under 25 for inclusion in the festival. A selection of the… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 12, 2009 at 11:28 —
3 days per week, £40k pro rata
Location, London (flexible)
New Contemporaries (1988) Ltd has undergone a period of review and seeks to appoint a dynamic Director to lead and develop the organisation.
The Director will be responsible for all aspects of New Contemporaries’ work including the artistic programme, the organisational infrastructure, and for ensuring the development of the organisation’s profile, in keeping with its charitable objectives and governing… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 12, 2009 at 11:24 —
3 days per week, £24,000 pro rata
Location, London (flexible)
New Contemporaries (1988) Ltd has undergone a period of review and is seeking to appoint an energetic Programme Co-ordinator to support the Director in implementing a wide range of tasks relating to delivery of the artistic programme, and education, audience development and marketing related initiatives. In addition a key role of the Programme Co-ordinator will be to provide critical administrative support relating to… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on June 12, 2009 at 11:23 —