The Cord Prize, is a new international contemporary art award established to support and acknowledge the practice of early and mid-career visual artists. The award comprises an individual first prize of $10,000, second prize of $1,000, and third prize of $500. Additionally, twenty-two artists will be selected for online exhibition and a piece of writing will be commissioned from the award jurors.
Youkobo Artist in Residence
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Residence Period: 1.6/2014 – 31.3.2015
Visual artists are invited to apply to the Youkobo residence program for the period June 2014 to March 2015. Priority will be given to applications for residencies of two months or longer which present dynamic but well-considered proposals realizable at Youkobo. (more…)
The call for proposals is opened in order to select original productions for the exhibition that will take place at la Compagnie, from 13 December 2013 to 1rst March 2014. Because of its transdisciplinary nature, the antiAtlas of Borders offers multiple levels of involvement and participation. Visitors will engage with a variety of transmedia applications within a space punctuated with interactive sculptures, installations and videos. This playful exhibition will stimulate the public through the interaction with robots, drones and video games. This is an exhibition to engage with: try it yourself!
animateCOLOGNE – Cologne Art & Animation Festival
launched in September 2012 successfully as new branch of Cologne International Videoart Festival is now open to receive submissions for the 3013 edition.
CTF – Collective Trauma Film Collections – http://ctf.engad.org
is a worldwide unique initiative by Agricola de Cologne (director of Cologne International Videoart Festival http://coff.newmediafest.org and Cologne Art & Moving Images Awards http://camia.mediaartcologne.org) addressed to young generations of artists and filmmakers to deal with the topic of collective trauma caused by totalitarism by using new technologies and contemporary approaches in art in order to keep vivid the memory for future generations via art.
The works submitted for the Video Art Award 2013 must relate
thematically, formally or in its presentation to the specific (museum) space. Therefore its ideal presentation location should not be a cinema space. The spatial reference here also means avoiding linear narrative structures while featuring a different, non-linear temporal structure, such as a loop, which is ideal for presentation in a museum. While classic, single-channel videos on a monitor or projected on a screen remain acceptable, preference is given to multi-channel installations and installations extended through use of additional materials.
Since its inception in 2002, the German Klangkunst-Preis has been
awarded to artistic works focusing specifically on fostering the
creative use of space and sound. In addition to the intrinsic artistic quality, acoustic assurance and sculptural certainty are above all the criteria for assessment and evaluation. Beginning in 2014, the EUROPEAN SOUNDART AWARD will expand the German Klangkunst-Preis onto a Europe-wide platform and include the entire genre of acoustic art.
CONNEXT (Connecting Next Talents in Media Art) is a new initiative aimed to help emerging talents in media art to kick-off their careers via stepping into professional festivals right after graduation from academies and colleges of art.
INTERNATIONAL ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCY PROGRAMME | PROJECT ROOM at AQUARIUM
In 2014, Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain will host the next edition of project room @ aquarium, an artist-in-residency programme based in the so-called “Aquarium”, a 175 sqm steel and glass pavilion. This international residency programme is welcoming proposals taking full advantage of the place’s very specific architecture, as well as applications aiming to stimulate exchange and debate in relation with the local context and socio-cultural issues in Luxembourg.
The next Synthetic Zero Event will be on July 3 and 6 at BronxArtSpace, only 20 minutes from Union Square. We’re looking for visual art, performance, experimental video, music, readings, dance and other work for the show.
VIDA 15.0 Art and Artificial Life International Awards
We are pleased to announce the launch of VIDA 15.0, Art and Artificial Life International Awards. As we begin accepting submissions for this year’s awards, we will be looking for artistic projects that offer innovative perspectives on life by using the latest technology and cutting-edge scientific knowledge.
Artworks selected in a national juried competition by artist-juror
Stewart Nachmias will be featured in a full-color catalogue and
exhibition at Alexandria Museum of Art, along the Red River in the heart of central Louisiana, September 6-November 23, 2013. Visual artists over age 18 working in all media, including but not limited to painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, digital art, video, textile art, and printmaking are invited to submit. All artworks MUST be original and completed in the last two years (2011 or later). (more…)
Call for entries Deadline: 17 July 2013
Site Gallery Platform Residencies
Site Gallery is now accepting applications for its acclaimed Platform residency programme. Open to all UK based contemporary visual artists, artists are invited to propose an idea for which they need time, space and investment to develop to proof of concept stage
Ieee Vis 2013 Arts Program “Art+Experiment”
Call for Entries // Call for Papers
The IEEE VIS 2013 Arts Program showcases high-quality artwork and research that demonstrates and investigates the exciting and increasingly prominent intersections between art and visualization.
This year, we are expanding the scope of the Arts Program by including a dedicated Arts Program papers track along with the conference art show. The theme for the 2013 Arts Program is Art+Experiment. We invite artists and researchers to think about the connections and chasms between art and research, and to explore the nature of experimental design and creative experimentation.
Since its inauguration in 2009, the Festival of (In)appropriation has emerged as a premiere international showcase of experimental found footage film and video, attracting the work of artists who probe the limits of collage, machinima, re-mix, détournement, mash-up, and more, across an array of moving-image media.
Team Vector + videofag: Queen Arcade Call for Submissions Now Open!
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Exhibition date: July 27 2013 – July 2013
Team Vector + videofag : Queer Arcade Call for Submissions Now Open!
We’re pleased to announce our next public programme, and our first outside of the Vector Game Art Festival! Team Vector will be partnering for the second time with videofag, a storefront cinema and performance space in Toronto’s Kensington Market.
Darkness at the edge…
There are places we find ourselves where light fades and darkness arrives.
That edge, precipice, or boundary, where the light meets the dark, can become a threshold into an unknown abyss or terrain.
It might be the moment after opening the door to reveal the darkness of your home or studio. Entering a cave on a bright day. Looking out at a moon-lit lake of dark water that you would never dare dive into. The end of an affair, marriage or friendship. We have all looked into the darkness at the edge, the place where we let go of what we had, knew or cherished.
Run Computer, Run focuses on the current economic, political and cultural factors that are shaping the Internet and the artistic responses to them through a series of exhibitions, seminars and a publication. The research will discuss and explore how the practice of the digital artist is transitioning, not only with the growth of digital technologies, but are increasingly being informed by offline factors that are affecting how the Internet as a creative platform is being developed. Run Computer, Run takes place during GLITCH festival at Rua Red from May 24 – July 13.
We welcome professional artists and artist groups to submit a proposal for a two dimensional artwork (size 16 m x 2.15 m) which will be publicly displayed in trainstatino in Zurich’s (Switzerland) new business district.
We are looking for artists who work with the topics urbanity, society, Global- and Glokalisation … The display in the public area can also be a window that offers connections and associations of different sorts.
SFC – Shoah Film Collection is looking for films and videos for its presentations, the next one is taking place at the capital of Lithuania A Virtual Memorial Vilnius 2013 in September/October 2013, standing under the Patronage of the European Parliament.
F_AQ L’AQUILA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
L’Aquila, 18/23rd November, 2013
Registration to the 7th L’Aquila Film Festival is open.
The Association L’Idea di Clèves, in fact, has published the new competition announcement: the competition is reserved to short films, documentaries and feature films of all kinds, with particular attention to anime.
For all information visit the website www.cleves.it/en or read the Regulation you can find at the above link.
You have time until June 30th … on line registration is free (more…)
At Talks Hub we promote dialogue and exchange of ideas between artists, thinkers at large, scientists, curators, collectors as well as other people, through web-based group conferences aiming to interconnect scientific findings, philosophical approaches as well as practical know hows and personal views with various artistic experiences.
NURTUREart is now accepting video submissions for the sixth season of Videorover. NURTUREart’s dedicated video program, Videorover aims at becoming an ever-expanding forum for new and emerging video artists. (more…)
Medienkunst – Made in NRW
CologneOFF – Cologne International Videoart Festival http://coff.newmediafest.org
sucht “Kunst mit bewegten Bildern” -
Videos von Künstlern lebend in Nordrhein- Westfalen
für ein Screeningprogramm, welches im Rahmen des nomadischen Festivalprojekts
“CologneOFF 20XX – Videoart im globalen Kontext” http://coff.newmediafest.org/blog/
ab Herbst 2013 zuerst in Peru (Lima) und Mexico (Mexico City)
gezeigt werden soll. (more…)
Autonomy & Anatomy of the Moving Image, International Symposium on Video Art
Autonomy & Anatomy of the Moving Image – Video & Experimental Cinema in the Last Decade: An international symposium on video art and experimental cinema to be held at the Mamuta Art & Media Center at Hansen Compound, Jerusalem
The Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University seeks submissions for “Cell Mates,” two distinct group shows that will be on view side by side in adjacent galleries. Curators Jeanne Brasile and Lisbeth Murray will divide the 2,000 sq. ft. gallery in half, creating two separate exhibitions of artwork inspired by cellular forms. The curators seek art that addresses a wide range of topics related to cellular forms to create a discursive exploration into microorganisms and concerns derived from their study.
ELIGIBILITY. Any author can participate with max. 3 videos. Videos submitted must belong to the category of video art. They should have been finalised after 1 January 2010, come in as a single-channel version and be copyright controlled by the artist.