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La Liste : 30 septembre 2022

Caro LaFlamme au Centre culturel franco-manitobain

La Liste présente les événements des membres de l’Association des groupes en arts visuels francophones (AGAVF), soit quinze centres d’artistes et galeries à travers le Canada, et compile les appels de dossiers en arts visuels, arts médiatiques, performance, art public, résidences qui s’adressent aux artistes et aux commissaires.

Nouvelles de l’AGAVF

Les artistes acadiens présents en Louisiane

L’Acadie de l’Atlantique était bien représentée lors du Festival International de Louisiane qui s’est tenu du 27 avril au 1 mai 2022, à Lafayette. 

Plus de détails

 

 

Programmation des membres de l’AGAVF

Centre culturel franco-manitobain (Saint-Boniface)

Caro Laflamme – Silicon(n)e
du 24 septembre au 17 décembre 2022

340, boulevard Provencher
Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.ccfm.mb.ca

Galerie SAW Gallery (Ottawa)

Tarralik DuffyPop, chip, kukuk
Du 12 août au 15 octobre 2022

67, rue Nicolas
Ottawa, Ontario
saw-centre.com

Centre d’artistes Voix Visuelle (Ottawa)

Sophie Perry – Prémisse
du 6 septembre au 11 octobre 2022

67, avenue Beechwood
Vanier, Ontario
voixvisuelle.ca

Maison des artistes visuels francophones (Saint-Boniface)

Caroline Boileau, Mimi Haddam, Ikumagialiit, Helena Martin Franco, Winnie TruongLe septième pétale d’une tulipe-monstre
commissaire : Elise Anne LaPlante
du 6 octobre au 26 novembre 2022

Causerie avec Yasmin Sivan, Charlotte Sigurdson et Francine Martin
le 16 octobre 2022 entre 13h et 15h

101-219, boulevard Provencher
Saint-Boniface, Manitoba
maisondesartistes.mb.ca

Centre d’arts visuels de l’Alberta (Edmonton)

Stefani Alzati
Nadia Tanguay et Nozomi Kamei
du 2 septembre au 20 octobre 2022

9103 95e Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta
www.galeriecava.com

Constellation bleue-Galerie Bernard-Jean (Caraquet)

Fanny Basque Les bouleversements
du 9 septembre au 9 novembre 2022

220, boul. Saint-Pierre Ouest
Caraquet, Nouveau-Brunswick
constellationbleue.com

Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario (Sudbury)

Will MorinBawaajigan
du 6 septembre au 15 octobre 2022

27, rue Larch
Sudbury, Ontario
gn-o.org

Galerie d’art Louise-et-Reuben-Cohen (Moncton)

Christi Belcourt, Denis Taman Bradette, Laura Demers, Mariana Lafrance, Kaylee Meyer, Sylvie Pilotte et Laura St PierreLes objets trouvés du Paradis | Paradise Lost and Found
Commissaire/curator : Carolina Reis
du 23 juin au 30 octobre 2022

Présentées en diffusion en continu sur VUCAVU.com
du 5 au 16 octobre 2022

Causerie d’artistes en diffusion directe sur VUCAVU.com
le 12 octobre 2022 à 17h (heure de l’Est)

Université de Moncton
Moncton, Nouveau-Brunswick
www.umoncton.ca/umcm-ga

 

Appels de dossiers

1. appels en français du Canada

Jeux de la Francophonie Équipe Canada – Kinshasa, Congo – 6 octobre 2022
Jeux de la Francophonie Équipe Nouveau-Brunswick – Kinshasa, Congo – 30 septembre 2022
Centre Sagamie – 15 novembre 2022
Festival International du Film sur l’Art – Montréal – 31 octobre 2022
Caravansérail – Rimouski – 1er octobre 2022
Passages insolites – Québec – 3 octobre 2022
Centre Clark – Montréal – 1er octobre 2022
OFFTA – Montréal – 1er novembre 2022

2. appels en anglais du Canada

Museums of Mississauga -30 octobre 2022
Open Studio – 25 octobre 2022
AX – Sussez – 6 novembre 2022
New Works XR Program 2022-23 – 30 septembre 2022
BIPOC Emerging Exhibition – 31 octobre 2022
Gallery 44 – Toronto – 30 septembre 2022
Monitor 15 – SAVAC – 1er décembre 2022
Queer Bath Zine – halifax – 30 septembre 2022

3. appels internationaux

European Media Art Festival – 8 janvier 2023
Matadero Madrid Centre for Contemporary Creation – Madrid – 9 octobre 2022
apexart – NYC Open Call – 31 octobre 2022 et 1er mars 2023
CUVO Videoart Festival – Espagne – 30 septembre 2022

4. résidences

Pine Meadow Ranch Center for the Arts & Agriculture – Sisters, ÉUA – 14 octobre 2022
Toronto Waterfront Artist Residency – 1er novembre 2022
Art Explora x Cité internationale des arts – 4 novembre 2022
Est-Nord-Est – 13 novembre 2022
The Rijksakademie Residency – 1er octobre 2022
Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics – 16 octobre 2022
Northern Sustainable Futures – Norrbotten,  Sweden – 15 octobre 2022
Doris McCarthy Artist-in-Residence – Toronto – 30 septembre 2022

5. art public

Out of many, one – Mural project – Toronto – 15 octobre 2022
stadt.raum.experimente – Düsseldorf – 15 octobre 2022

6. pour commissaires

Est-Nord-Est – résidence pour auteurs – 13 novembre 2022
The New River – 30 octobre 2022
Manif d’art – jeunes commissaires – 2 octobre 2022
On Sadness – 19 octobre 2022
Esse art+opinion – Résilience – 10 janvier 2023
Vie des arts – Notes d’intentions – 10 octobre 2022
Artistic Director for SAVAC (South Asian Visual Arts Centre) – Toronto – 30 septembre 2022

7. emplois

Director/Curator – Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery – Vancouver – 30 septembre 2022
Tenure-track opportunity in Expanded Drawing Practices, York University – Toronto – 11 novembre 2022
Director – Fundació Antoni Tàpies – Barcelone – 30 octobre 2022
Expanded Drawing Practices at the Assistant/Associate Professor – York University – Toronto – 11 novembre 2022

 

 

1. appels en français du Canada

Participez aux 9e Jeux de la Francophonie – équipe Canada

Vous aimeriez aller exprimer vos talents à Kinshasa, en République démocratique du Congo, du 28 juillet au 6 août 2023 ? 

Présentez votre candidature pour vous joindre à la délégation dynamique de jeunes artistes francophones de 18 à 35 ans qui représenteront le Canada aux prochains Jeux de la Francophonie. 

Jeunes artistes du Canada : au jeu !
Pour avoir la chance de faire partie de l’équipe, téléchargez la réglementation de la IXe édition de l’événement, ainsi que le guide d’inscription aux compétitions culturelles destiné aux jeunes talents qui souhaitent se joindre à Équipe Canada. 

Pour être admissibles, les candidatures doivent être présentées d’ici au 30 septembre 6 octobre 2022 par courriel, à l’adresse jeuxdelafrancophonie [arobas] conseildesarts [point] ca

À propos de la participation culturelle du Canada

Pour en savoir plus à propos des Jeux de la Francophonie, visiter www.jeux.francophonie.org.

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Appel aux artistes : Faites partie de l’Équipe Nouveau-Brunswick

au IXèmes Jeux de la Francophonie à Kinshasa en République Démocratique du Congo, du 28 juillet au 6 août 2023

Les Jeux de la Francophonie, qui sont les seuls jeux internationaux importants à présenter des épreuves tant culturelles que sportives, offrent une occasion sans pareille de mettre en valeur la grandeur et l’originalité de la culture française en même temps que les capacités athlétiques dans les pays d’expression française partout dans le monde.

Les Jeux ont déjà permis à des milliers d’artistes des 80 États et gouvernements membres de la Francophonie de se produire sur la scène internationale.

DATE LIMTE DE DÉPÔT DES DOSSIERS : 30 septembre

Obtenez plus de détails et déposez votre demande ICI.

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Dialogues croisés
 
Date de tombée :
15 novembre 2022


Description
Loto-Québec et le Centre SAGAMIE invitent les artistes professionnels, émergents ou plus établis, de toutes pratiques en arts visuels, à soumettre un dossier dans le cadre du projet Dialogues croisés, commissarié par Julien St-Georges Tremblay. Ce projet d’exposition collective se veut l’occasion de créer des liens entre le milieu des arts actuels et certaines des 5 000 œuvres faisant partie de la Collection Loto-Québec.

Les quatre artistes retenues seront invitées à produire une œuvre originale. Ce quatuor de projets inédits sera joint à des œuvres provenant de la Collection Loto-Québec afin de créer une exposition collective. Ainsi, une vingtaine d’œuvres issues de la Collection Loto-Québec, toutes sélectionnées par le commissaire, seront conjuguées aux propositions des artistes choisis lors de cet appel.

L’identité de l’exposition sera le fruit des échanges entre le commissaire et les artistes ; tout en étant épaulé par l’équipe du Centre Sagamie, comme celle de Loto-Québec. La forme finale de ce projet collaboratif sera présentée au Centre SAGAMIE à l’automne 2023.

Modalités d’inscription
Les artistes qui souhaitent soumettre leur dossier doivent l’acheminer avant le 15 novembre 2022 à 23 h 59 (HNE). Le dossier doit comprendre les éléments suivants :

Un texte décrivant leur démarche artistique, maximum de 300 mots ;
Cinq (5) images d’œuvres récentes (fichiers jpg compatibles Mac RVB 1024 x 768 pixels par 72 ppi) ;
Un curriculum vitæ ;
La proposition doit être soumise dans un dossier compressé .zip ou via Wetransfer à : coordination [arobas] sagamie [point] com. Les artistes sélectionnés seront informés de la décision du jury au plus tard le 16 janvier 2023.

Échéancier
15 septembre 2022 : lancement de l’appel de dossier
15 novembre 2022 : fin de l’appel de dossier
16 janvier 2023 : dévoilement des artistes sélectionnés
17 août à 10 octobre 2023 : exposition au Centre SAGAMIE (Alma)

Modalités financières
Cachet de 1500 $ pour la production de l’oeuvre / par artiste
Cachet d’exposition CARFAC pour la durée de la présentation

Modalités techniques
Soutien technique offert par le Centre SAGAMIE
Accompagnement offert par le commissaire et Loto-Québec

Lien

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Festival International du Film sur l’Art (Le FIFA)
31 octobre 2022
/ Montréal (Québec)
 
La période de soumissions est en cours pour la 41e édition du Festival International du Film sur l’Art (Le FIFA), qui se tiendra en salle et en ligne, du 14 au 26 mars 2023. Les activités et rencontres pour les professionnel·le·s se tiendront majoritairement du 15 au 17 mars, l’an prochain.

Cet appel à soumissions s’adresse aux réalisateur·rice·s, producteur·ice·s, distributeur·ice·s, qui ont terminé ou termineront prochainement un film sur l’art, une fiction sur l’art, un film biographique, un documentaire, une captation, une vidéo d’art, de l’art médiatique ou un vidéoclip. Ces derniers pourront ainsi présenter leur(s) œuvre(s) en première à Montréal. Le formulaire de soumission doit être complété à cet effet avant le 31 octobre 2022.

En savoir plus

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Programmation / Caravansérail
1er octobre
/ Rimouski (Québec)
 
SAISON 2024-2025

CARAVANSÉRAIL INVITE LES ARTISTES DE LA RELÈVE ET DU BAS-SAINT-LAURENT À SOUMETTRE LEURS PROJETS D’EXPOSITION POUR SA PROGRAMMATION 2024-2025

DATE LIMITE : 1ER OCTOBRE 2022
PÉRIODE DE DIFFUSION : ENTRE SEPT. 2024 ET JUIN 2025

TÉLÉCHARGER L’APPEL EN FORMAT .PDF

Caravansérail recherche des propositions variées dans le but de constituer une programmation annuelle représentative de l’étendue des pratiques actuelles en arts visuels. Privilégiant la recherche et l’expérimentation, le Centre invite les artistes à présenter des projets inusités, audacieux. C’est le temps de prendre des risques, de repousser les limites de votre pratique et d’emprunter des avenues inédites !

Caravansérail consacre de grandes énergies à la démocratisation des pratiques artistiques et à l’accueil de multiples publics. Rendre l’art actuel accessible au plus grand nombre en jouant un rôle de médiation, d’éducation et de vulgarisation est au cœur de nos préoccupations. Nous invitons ainsi les artistes à réfléchir à la place que leur travail peut prendre dans un projet plus large, celui de faire de Caravansérail un espace de rencontres, de dialogues et de découvertes.

Caravansérail
274 rue Michaud
Rimouski (Québec) G5L 6A2
+1 418.722.0846
communication [arobas] caravanserail [point] org
http://www.caravanserail.org/

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Appels de dossiers
10e édition de PASSAGES INSOLITES (2023)

Alors que la neuvième édition de PASSAGES INSOLITES bat son plein, l’équipe d’EXMURO arts publics prépare la prochaine itération de son événement phare en arts publics éphémères. La dixième édition de PASSAGES INSOLITES aura lieu dans la ville de Québec au cours de l’été 2023.

Date de tombée : lundi le 3 octobre 2022 à 16h59 (HE)

Lien

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DATE LIMITE /
1ER OCTOBRE 2022
 
Le Centre CLARK invite les artistes, les collectifs et les commissaires à soumettre un projet d’exposition dans le cadre de notre appel de dossiers général pour la programmation de septembre 2023 à juin 2024. Qu’il s’agisse d’exposer les œuvres d’artistes émergents ou aguerris, locaux ou internationaux, CLARK soutient une pluralité d’approches et de pratiques artistiques novatrices et expérimentales. Notre programmation annuelle présente une multiplicité de voix, de perspectives, d’héritages, de points de vue et d’expériences qui se traduisent en autant de formes d’art actuel. Cette multiplicité se concrétise entre autres par l’inclusion d’une pluralité culturelle, par l’échange intergénérationnel et par l’équité des genres.

Le centre possède deux espaces d’exposition (pour plus de détails, veuillez consulter le plan de la galerie). Nous offrons une salle par soumission, sauf pour certains projets de groupe qui se verront exceptionnellement attribuer les deux salles. CLARK est aussi sensible aux questions environnementales ; ainsi, le comité de programmation prendra celles-ci en considération lors de l’évaluation des dossiers. À titre d’exemple, la construction de murs en gypse et la peinture complète des salles ne sont pas encouragées, sauf si cela est essentiel au projet.

Les dossiers seront étudiés et sélectionnés par un comité de programmation diversifié formé de membres artistes et de commissaires du centre, ainsi que d’une partie de l’équipe de CLARK.


Tous les détails ICI

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OFFTA 2023
APPEL À PROJETS
Date limite pour postuler : 1er novembre 2022, 23h59

L’équipe du OFFTA est actuellement à la recherche de propositions pour élaborer la programmation de sa 17e édition qui se tiendra fin mai/début juin 2023.

Ce festival permet à des artistes de partager des performances qui déplacent les festivalier.ière.s et défrichent des nouveaux espaces artistiques. Les œuvres soutenues questionnent, transforment et résistent aux aprioris. Le OFFTA offre une plateforme aux artistes de la relève qui, ne cherchant ni le consensus ni ne parlant d’une seule voix, déploient leurs pluralités et contribuent au renouvellement des modèles établis.

Lire la suite

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. appels en anglais du Canada

Call for BIPOC Creatives : Museums of Mississauga Exhibition Project

Benares Historic House

Call for BIPOC Creatives : Museum Exhibition Project
The Museums of Mississauga welcomes local creatives who identify as Black, Indigenous or Person(s) of Colour to develop a history or heritage-themed exhibition project that engages with the community and centres the voices of peoples historically silenced in colonial spaces.

This initiative is part of the ongoing commitment to confront the legacy of museums and cultural institutions as traditionally white, colonial spaces with Eurocentric curatorial practices. We are listening to feedback that tells us that City spaces can be unwelcoming, unsafe and hostile environments that do not reflect diverse experiences. By sharing history, culture and art, that reflects the community as well as hiring and working with BIPOC artists and cultural workers, we hope to begin to take steps towards addressing systemic racism and building awareness of racism issues within our areas of influence. We are striving to create welcoming and inclusive facilities that reflect the diversity of our entire community in all of our programming 365 days a year.

The Opportunity
The Museums of Mississauga invite local creatives to develop a history or heritage-themed exhibition project to be delivered in 2023. The exhibition project must include a community engagement component to ensure that the voices of Mississauga residents are reflected in the exhibition project. This could include but is not limited to :

public programming
focus groups
creative workshops
community consultation
guided tours

Bradley Museum

Eligibility
This call is open to Mississauga residents who identify as Black, Indigenous, or Person(s) of Colour. The successful applicant must have demonstrated experience with :

Working in the creative realm with relevant project experience
The development and execution of community exhibitions, public programming, etc.
Knowledge and experience collaborating with, and engaging with the community
Strong project management skills
Mobilizing and executing creative projects in a community setting
Involving community members in the creation of community exhibitions, public
Programming, theatre production, film, dance, etc., through collaboration, production and/or dialogue
Submissions
Submissions will be open until October 30, 2022, with judging completed in November, selected applicants notified in December 2022, and the project reveal occurring in 2023.

Learn more about the opportunity here and apply now through the application form.

For more information, consider registering for an open house session with the Museums team.

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CALL FOR EXHIBITION SUBMISSIONS

We are currently accepting applications to exhibit in our Main Gallery and Project Space. As part of Open Studio’s ongoing commitment to becoming a more equitable, diverse, and inclusive organization, this exhibition call is directed to artists who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People(s) of Colour.

This will result in an upcoming year of public programming (September 2023 – July 2024) that will celebrate and support the work of BIPOC creators working across print-based media.

Apply by October 25, 2022, at 11:59 pm EDT.

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Call for Exhibition Proposals

AX is seeking proposals for the 2024/25 exhibition season. Please submit your exhibition proposal for consideration by November 6, 2022. Professional and emerging artists/artist teams working in all mediums are invited and encouraged to submit proposals for solo, group, or curated exhibitions. 

AX is committed to developing, supporting and promoting exhibition opportunities and experiences for New Brunswick artists from established and underrepresented communities. In choosing exhibitions, AX seeks a balance of established and emerging artists, exhibiting works from our region and beyond. AX is also dedicated to exhibiting children’s art and student work created in local-area schools and through our own programming. 

AX offers an average of six exhibitions a year and strives to pay artists fair compensation for the right to exhibit their work. We include artist fees based on national CARFAC standards in all grant applications so these fees can be paid to artists whenever possible. AX’s exhibitions are selected by a rotating panel of respected artists and art educators knowledgeable in the discipline involved. The selected juries base their decisions on the artist’s statement and images submitted as part of exhibition proposals.

While you may suggest a curator as part of your proposal, AX is under no obligation to pay this curator or work with them directly. In your proposal, please clarify if you are willing to work with a curator of AX’s choosing. If you are proposing a curator, please include their credentials along with your proposal.

Deadline for proposals : November 6, 2022

All artists interested in submitting an exhibition proposal should also refer to our sample artist agreement before submitting as it clarifies requirements associated with exhibiting at AX.

In your proposal, please include :

  • Contact information (name, address, phone, email, website) 
  • Are you applying for a solo artist show, a group show, or a show you will curate ? 
  • Title of your proposed exhibition 
  • Approximate number of pieces and dimensions 
  • Project description (max. 500 words), including : 
    • artist statement
    • concept for proposed exhibit 
    • what you are trying to achieve 
    • Note : If you would prefer to present your project description by video, you may upload a 2 to 3 minute (maximum) video clip to YouTube and share the link with us. 
  • Arts resume/CV (no more than 3 pages) 
  • Artist biography, including training and exhibition history (no more than 500 words) 
  • 10 digital (JPG) images of work with an accompanying numbered image list specifying title, media, dimensions, and year of work. Can send images on a USB stick, through Dropbox.com or WeTransfer, or by email – website links to supplementary visual materials are also welcome. Images submitted by email must be no larger than 1024 pixels at the longest dimension, and no more than 150dpi. 

Applications may be submitted electronically to : info [arobas] axartscentre [point] ca (please include AX Exhibition Proposal in the subject line of the email).

Or mailed/dropped off in person to : 
AX, the Arts and Culture Centre of Sussex
12 Maple Ave. Sussex, NB E4E 2N5

Preparing a proposal ? Have a look at our gallery dimensions and photos for context. If you have any questions about the proposal process, contact : info [arobas] axartscentre [point] ca
 
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Open Call : New Works XR Program 2022-23

XR (extended reality) is an umbrella term encompassing augmented (AR), virtual (VR),
and mixed reality technologies.

The program will provide support for dance makers and embodied practitioners in the
early stages of creation involving XR technologies. The XR Program will resource the
development of up to 4
XR projects with skills building workshops, mentorship with senior
artists, consultation with technologists, access to gear and studio space, and XR
resource sharing. With a focus on process, research, and capacity building XR
participants will engage in one-on-one consultations with New Work’s XR network and
learn alongside peer artists over an 8 week period in early 2023.

Visit the New Works website for full details and application form.

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BIPOC Emerging Exhibition

Deadline : October 31, 2022 11:59 pm PST

The exhibition will be celebrating dynamic, cultural relationships and showcasing the
complex interactions between emerging and diverse artists.

We are looking for emerging BIPOC
artists who explore their personal identity through
artmaking and experimenting creative ways on broadening perspectives. The exhibition
seeks to collaborate with underrepresented and marginalized artists whose work
speaks to their diverse, complex, and various intersectional experiences.

Priority is given to : BIPOC artists, LGBTQIA2S+ and all underrepresented visual
artists. Artists with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please forward your application and submission information (images, artist statement,
biography, and contact information) to : shanna [point] cheng [arobas] hotmail [point] com.

Submission Requirements

All submissions must include :

1-5 images at 72 DPI (including name, title, date created, and size dimensions) OR
short video in MP4, MOV, AVI, etc. format
Include Image List
Artist Statement
Artist Biography
Name, address, and email for contact information
Please include in subject line : Name, Emerging BIPOC Exhibition

If you have any questions about this Call for Artists,
feel free to email me or contact Il
Museo and Gallery at (604)-430-3337 and I will be happy to answer any questions.

Contact :

Shanna Cheng (she/her)
Curator at Il Museo and Gallery
shanna [point] cheng [arobas] hotmail [point] com
(604)-430-3337

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Gallery 44 | Proof 29
Deadline : Friday, September 30, 2022

Proof is Gallery 44s annual group exhibition of work by emerging* Canadian artists,
reflecting a range of current concerns and practices in contemporary photography
and lens-based media. Proof is often one of the first exhibitions in a professional
context for an emerging artist. Past exhibitions have featured work by Kotama
Bouabane, Leila Fatemi, Isabelle Hayeur, Anique Jordan, Laurie Kang, Germaine
Koh, Luther Konadu, Meryl McMaster, Karice Mitchell, Elise Rasmussen, and Althea
Thauberger. Proof 29 will take place in late spring, early summer with an opening
date in June 2023.

The submissions received through the Proof open call are juried by Gallery 44s
Exhibitions Programming Committee (EPC) and a Proof artist from the previous
year. The committee is composed of the Executive Director, the Curator of
Exhibitions and Public Programs, two community members, two Gallery 44
members, and one board member. Every submission is considered. Together, the
EPC and the past Proof participant create a shortlist and then decide on the
successful applications.

*Emerging artists are defined as being in the early stages of their professional
career, have produced a small body of work and achieved some local recognition
and/or have limited public exhibition experience. Generally, they have had between
0 and 5 years of professional arts practice.

For more information on how to apply visit : https://www.gallery44.org/calls/proof-29
http://gallery44.org/

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SAVAC Open Call : MONITOR 15

Open Call : MONITOR 15
Deadline : December 1, 2022

SAVAC is pleased to announce the 15th edition of our long-standing experimental film and video program MONITOR, which will be programmed by Faraz Anoushahpour.

MONITOR is dedicated to the presentation of experimental short films and videos that initiate dialogue around the shifting nature of politics, economies and landscapes across the Global South and its diasporas. For its 15th edition, we invite artists and filmmakers to submit independent and innovative short films and videos that explore the aesthetic and form of the moving image and its relation to narrative. MONITOR 15 encourages new, experimental and risk-taking work that challenges the viewer’s active engagement.

Selected works will be screened throughout 2023 in Toronto, Canada and will subsequently tour nationally and internationally.

GUIDELINES

Works must be under 20 minutes and produced in or after 2020. Submissions from first time directors are welcome. Artist fees will be paid. Submissions must include all of the following :

Name of artist or director
Address, phone, email, website
Title of work
Date of production (no earlier than 2020)
Brief synopsis of the work (300 words max)
Brief biography of the artist (200 words max)
Artist CV
3 High-resolution production stills


SUBMISSIONS
Submit your application here.

We recommend all applicants read more about the scope of SAVAC’s programming and consult past editions of MONITOR for reference. Please note that only selected artists will be contacted by early 2023. Inquiries can be sent to Executive Director Indu Vashist at indu [arobas] savac [point] net with the subject title : MONITOR 15.

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Queer Bath Zine Call for Submissions !

*Note there has been some information and spelling updates since our previous newsletter*

Submissions are due September 30th 11:59pm ADT

Eyelevel is partnering with Adrien Crossman to publish Queer Bath Zine : a collaborative photography project that archives moments of queer and trans self-care.

Conceived in the summer of 2020, the project began as a response to the isolation felt during the first few months of the pandemic. Queer Bath Zine explores how bathing can be a space that allows queer and marginalized individuals to create their own environments of care and safety – especially when that care is deeply lacking from the systems and institutions meant to support us. The project explores bathing as a queer act, whether in a social or cruising context, an intimate setting with a partner or caretaker, or solo.

For this call, we are looking for photos of queer bodies bathing –in the tub, the shower, outdoors, in a bathhouse/steam room, etc. The concept can be interpreted in many ways and the photos can be as abstract/anonymous or identifying as you like. They can be of a solo bather or of multiple bodies/body parts. They don’t only have to be of bodies getting clean.

Things that may come to mind when thinking about this project : self-care, kink, bath bombs, coloured lighting, trans and non-binary bodies, body hair, bubbles, water sports, rubber duckies, moments of self-care as a means of safety and survival.

A number of submissions have been collected to date, and we are now extending the call to those living in Kjipuktuk (Halifax) and the surrounding areas.

For more details and submission guidelines, please click the LINK

***Please note that we, unfortunately, have limited space for participants. Not all submissions will be chosen. Once submissions close, Adrien will be going through them to decide and will notify folks upon the decision***

Send submissions to adriennecrossman [arobas] gmail [point] com

Follow more of Adrien’s work @fakechildhood

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. appels internationaux

CALL FOR ENTRIES

The Call for Entries for the 36th European Media Art Festival is now open.

The deadline is 8 January 2023.

We invite media artists from all over the world to now submit their work to be selected for  the European Media Art Festival 2023.

The online platform at registration.emaf.de/en/ is now open.

Works from the fields of film, installation, performance and expanded media can be submitted. All information and regulations can be found at our website www.emaf.de. The deadline for submissions is 8 January 2023.

The submission of works is free of charge. Artist fees will be paid for all contributions selected for the festival.

The 36th European Media Art Festival will take place from 19 to 23 April 2023. For five days, Osnabrück will become an international and trend-setting platform for media art and a meeting place for artists, curators, researchers and students. The exhibition at the Kunsthalle Osnabrück will continue until 29 May 2023.

The full programme will be available on our homepage www.emaf.de from mid-March 2023.

We look forward to receiving your work !

Contact

European Media Art Festival
Lohstraße 45a
D-49074 Osnabrück
info [arobas] emaf [point] de

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Call for projects : The Metabolic Sublime

Application deadline : October 9, 2022, 11:59pm

Matadero Madrid
Centre for Contemporary Creation
Pº de la Chopera, 14
28045 Madrid
Spain
Hours : Tuesday–Friday 5–9pm,
Saturday–Sunday 12am–9pm


T +34 913 18 46 70
info [arobas] mataderomadrid [point] org

www.medialab-matadero.es
sublimemetabolico.medialab-matadero.es

New energy models, agri-logistic automation, ecosystem resilience, territorial instrumentalisation, residual circularity, decarbonisation, geoengineering… Medialab Matadero is now opening the call for proposals that address the theme of its new LAB#02 “The Metabolic Sublime,” which urges us to radically reimagine current energy regimes on a planetary scale, and to design the protocols, tools, institutions, cultures and/or dynamics that would make them possible.

The projects will be developed in a two-week intensive workshop coordinated by renowned international experts and artists who may be joined by collaborators from different disciplines and backgrounds.

The authors of the selected projects will be able to travel to Madrid with all expenses covered  for the duration of the workshop, which will take place in person in the facilities of Medialab Matadero, from January 25 to February 11, 2023.

Following the workshop, the results will be unveiled at a public event within Medialab Matadero’s OpenLab festival, which will take place in Madrid between February 10 and 11.

What kind of projects are we looking for ?
We are interested in all kinds of projects—from highly technical to other more experimental ones—no matter their stage of development—from incipient ideas to projects in their final stages of definition and testing—that would benefit from the context of collaboration and co-creation offered by Medialab. The only proviso is that they must address the LAB#02 theme of “The Metabolic Sublime.”

This includes proposals that encourage the invention, construction and deployment of alternative metabolic systems and mechanisms regardless of the scale at which they operate, advancing research in both micro-scale frameworks—the generation of new materials, energy production systems, molecular engineering, carbon capture mechanisms or bio-manufacturing—and macro-scale frameworks—alternative governance models, radical logistical protocols, institutional design, new platforms, circular longtermism or geo-engineering-.

Who can apply ?
This call is open to individuals and groups with any level of qualification and from such diverse disciplines as design, art, architecture, urban planning, economics, film, photography, journalism, digital media, environmental sciences, philosophy, engineering, social studies, political sciences, programming, materials science, activism or indeed any other field.

Priority will also be given to applicants who do not have a degree or any institutional affiliation but can demonstrate a high level of creativity, critical thinking and other potentiality. There is no age limit for applicants. We do not ask for a CV or letters of recommendation.

For more information about the call for projects, click here. Or visit the “The Metabolic Sublime” website.

Applications are open until October 9, 2022.

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NYC Open Call application period : October 1–31

apexart
291 Church Street
New York, NY 10013
USA
Hours : Tuesday–Saturday 1–6pm


T +1 212 431 5270
info [arobas] apexart [point] org

apexart.org

2022–2023 open calls
apexart open calls present an opportunity for creatives everywhere to turn their idea into an apexart exhibition. The open calls use an online selection process drawing more than 1,000 proposals that are voted on anonymously by over 800 people around the world. Winning proposals become apexart exhibitions, receiving a budget of up to 10,000–11,000 USD, and apexart staff support to produce a focused, idea-driven exhibition. Learn more about how to submit a proposal, be a juror or be part of the classroom juror process.

October 1–31, 2022
apexart NYC Open Call accepts proposals
Five winning proposals are awarded a budget of up to 10,000 USD and become part of apexart’s 2023–2024 exhibition season in New York.

February 1–March 1, 2023
apexart International Open Call accepts proposals.
4 winning proposals are awarded a budget of up to 11,000 USD and become part of apexart’s 2023-2024 international exhibition season.

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CUVO Videoart Festival 2023 Open Call
 
Category : Conceptual, Digital, Video
 
Location : Spain
 
Deadline : September 30, 2022
 
Learn More

 

 

 

 

4. résidences

Applications open for residency program
Pine Meadow Ranch Center for the Arts & Agriculture, Sisters / United States

Residency theme : food & agriculture

First online Q&A : September 28, 9–10am, PST
Second online Q&A : October 4, 10–11am, PST
Application deadline : October 14, 11:59pm, PST

Pine Meadow Ranch Center for the Arts & Agriculture
PO Box 2078
Sisters, Oregon 97759
United States

T +1 541 904 0700
arts [arobas] roundhousefoundation [point] org

roundhousefoundation.org

Our vision at Pine Meadow Ranch Center for Arts & Agriculture (PMRCAA) is to connect sustainable agricultural practices, conservation, arts, and sciences with traditional and contemporary crafts and skills integral to ranching life.

PMRCAA’s residency program offers a space where cultural practitioners, ecological scientists, and creative thinkers can immerse themselves in their work and research through access to studios, open spaces, and beautiful scenery. PMRCAA seeks cultural practitioners and scientists who want to engage with the atmosphere of a working ranch and with the local community.

We invite artists, ecological scientists, and scholars whose work explores the theme of « Food & Agriculture » to apply for a 2023 residency in Sisters, Oregon (USA).

Food is inextricably connected to thriving people, sustainable environments, prosperous economies and community resilience. Looking forward, many agricultural practices will need to adapt (if they haven’t already) to meet the challenges posed by changes to our environment, climate and population. In recent years, significant efforts have been made to shift away from the industrialized system that currently dominates the food industry, in the hope that a collection of more holistic techniques and sources of food production solutions will take its place. These efforts also explore collaborative forms of community interactions that give rise to community-supported agricultural initiatives such as farmers’ markets and seed to table co-operatives, which encourage us to eat more seasonally and locally.

Our hope is to explore how we, along with our communities, can improve our understanding of regional food systems (from production to processing to distribution to consumer) and to explore strategies for strengthening local food systems creatively.

Residency program summary
Residency length : two to four weeks. Country of residency : only open to artists based in the USA. Discipline : all disciplines are welcome. Type : Self-directed residency. Average number of residents at a time : three. How does residency program support residents : we provide studio space, accommodation, stipend, access to equipment, specialized facilities and/or technical support, opportunities to develop relationships and work with local or regional artists/residents/organizations. Languages : English. Application deadline : Friday, October 14, 2022 at 11:59pm PST.

Please visit our website for more information and to apply.

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Call to Artists : Toronto Waterfront Artist Residency 2023

Overview

The Waterfront BIA and Waterfront Toronto are seeking applications for an exciting Artist Residency opportunity. The 12-month residency will start in December 2022, with a 3-month period of community integration and research, and will culminate with the implementation of projects during 2023. Artists will have the opportunity to engage with current projects led by the BIA and Waterfront Toronto, as well as connect with members of the local community, in order to develop innovative and compelling art projects that are relevant to Toronto’s waterfront. This opportunity is open to all professional artists or artist teams in the Greater Toronto Area who have experience in art presented in the public realm and community-engaged art.

The aim of this residency is to create meaningful, experiential encounters with the community, to activate multiple underutilized spaces along the lakefront, and to draw new audiences to the waterfront. It will also develop thinking around what it means to live by Lake Ontario, one of the largest bodies of freshwater in the world. Projects may include workshops, performances, events, urban interventions, and temporary or ephemeral installations. Interactive and participatory projects will be encouraged, as will projects that invite collaborations with artists from different disciplines. This residency will create an opportunity for artists to expand their practice and develop innovative ways to integrate art into the fabric of the city. It will also contribute towards the ongoing dialogue on public art and civic space.

This project is an equal partnership between Waterfront Toronto and The Waterfront BIA. Funding and artist support will be provided by both organizations.

General Submission Requirements

Artist Statement
Images of Previous Work
Artist CV
References
Budget

The total commissioning amount for this project is $85,000 CAD +HST, split into five phases over the residency.

Timeline

Issue Call to Artists (Stage 1) : September 27, 2022
Submission Deadline : November 1, 2022 – 4pm EDT
Shortlist Interviews (Stage 2) : November 14 – 18, 2022
Artist Selection : End November 2022
Contract issued : December 2022
Residency Start : December 2022
Research and planning period : December 2022 – April 2023
Project implementation : May 2023 – December 2023

For more information about the opportunity, including detailed submission requirements, download the complete call (PDF).

Submission Deadline : November 1, 2022, at 4:00pm EDT.
Submissions sent after the deadline will be disqualified.

For questions, please contact Katherine Hebb at katherine [arobas] waterfrontbia [point] com

This page is a letter of introduction only. Please read the full Call to Artists, which contains instructions, evaluation criteria, submission requirements, and residency scope.

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Call for applications : 2023 Art Explora x Cité internationale des arts artist residency programme

September 27–November 4, 2022

Application deadline : November 4, 11:59pm


www.artexplora.org

Art Explora, the international foundation that inspires new encounters between arts and audiences—locally, nationally and internationally, is pleased to announce that the 2023 residency open call for applications is now open.

Art Explora and the Cité internationale des arts residency programme in Paris
To support international artists, Art Explora created in 2021 a biannual residency programme in collaboration with the Cité internationale des arts in Paris. The first residency session began in 2021 and has welcomed since over 40 residents of all ages, disciplines and nationalities, at the Cité des arts de Montmartre in the heart of Paris.

Until November 4, 2022, artists and researchers from all around the world may apply to this unique residency programme, with a project that questions relations between art, science, technology, social and ecological contemporary challenges.

The third edition of the residency programme will be divided in two sessions of six months, respectively starting in March and September 2023.

Two programmes are proposed :

–a SOLO programme for artists only ;
–a DUO programme for a collaboration between an artist and a researcher or scientist based in France, and for artist collectives.

All residents will benefit from a fully-furnished studio for 3 or 6 months, a grant for living expenses and a production grant.

The selection committee is composed of leading figures from the worlds of art and academic research :
–Magalí Arriola (Mexico) : Art critic and Director of the Museo Tamayo of Contemporary Art
–Diana Campbell Betancourt (USA & Bangladesh) : Artistic Director of the Samdani Art Foundation and Chief Curator of the Dhaka Art Summit
–Emanuele Coccia (Italy) : Philosopher and Associate Professor at EHESS
–Isabelle Gaudefroy (France) : Deputy Artistic Director of the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain
–Simon Njami (Cameroon & Switzerland) : Writer, curator, essayist and art critic
–Hans Ulrich Obrist (UK & Switzerland) : Artistic Director of the Serpentine Galleries

Applications are open until November 4, 2022 at 11:59pm (Paris time).

Find all the information to apply and send your application here.

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Appels de dossiers 2023-2024

Appels de dossiers
Jusqu’au 13 novembre 2022
ENE lance ses appels de dossiers destinés aux artistes et auteur.e.s pour sa programmation 2023- 2024 !

Périodes de résidence : 

Printemps : du 17 avril au 9 juin 2023 
Été : du 3 juillet au 25 août 2023 
Automne : du 18 septembre au 10 novembre 2023 
Hiver : du 29 janvier au 22 mars 2024

La résidence de 8 semaines inclut :des droits de résidence de 1734$ CA ;
l’occupation d’un studio-atelier individuel servant d’espace de travail et d’hébergement ;
l’accès à des équipements spécialisés (bois, métal, céramique) ;
l’accès à un centre de documentation (ouvrages, revues) ;
l’accès à des ressources locales ;
un soutien technique et logistique ;
l’accès à un vélo (en saison) / à un transport local ponctuel en période hivernale.
* Les matériaux, les frais de déplacement et autres frais de subsistance sont à la charge des résident·e·s.
 Soumettre un dossier avant le 13 novembre 2022, à 23h59
 
Détails et formulaire d’application

Est-Nord-Est reconnaît l’importance de la rencontre d’une multiplicité de formes d’expressions artistiques et culturelles. Dans le processus de sélection, une importance sera accordée à la mixité culturelle, générationnelle, sexuelle et identitaire. Dans cet esprit d’inclusion, nous encourageons les artistes et auteur.e.s issues de groupes sous-représentés, marginalisés et minoritaires à déposer un dossier.

Soutien aux artistes marginalisé·e·s :

Si vous souhaitez déposer un dossier dans un format autre qu’écrit, veuillez nous contacter à info [arobas] estnordest [point] org ou au 418-598-6363 ;
Une séance de mentorat virtuel est possible sur demande afin d’obtenir un soutien pour la préparation de votre dossier en lien avec cet appel. Veuillez en faire la demande à info [arobas] estnordest [point] org avant le 1er novembre.

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Apply for The Rijksakademie Residency 2023/2024
The Rijksakademie welcomes applications from artists to develop their work over one or two-year periods in Amsterdam, starting from September 2023.

The Rijksakademie houses a highly international, multi-disciplinary, experimental and critically engaged artist community. Residents are supported with a studio, a work budget and a stipend and benefit from an array of opportunities for exchange, including peer to peer dialogue and visits from a wide range of leading artists and art professionals. They have access to technical workshops as well as a social practice workshop, an extensive library and a historical collection. There is guidance by (technical) specialists, who foster hands-on, innovative and collaborative approaches to making.

Selected artists usually have finished a BA/MA education, and must have at least 2–3 years of independent professional practice before starting a residency at the Rijksakademie.

Every year, about 22 places become available. Residents are to be selected for the period September 2023–August 2024, with the possibility of staying one year more. Applications are done via an online form on their website starting from 1 September 12:00 AM until the deadline on 1 October 2022 at 11:59 PM.

Visit  website for more information.

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INHABIT 2023
The Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics invites artists to collaborate with their team of scientists and researchers.

The INHABIT Artist in Residence Program of the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics invites artists from various disciplines to collaborate with their team of scientists and researchers. The integration of artistic thinking and knowledge as reflective practices in their own right is an important dimension of the institute’s mission. For this the presence of art and the inspiration and challenge of artistic practice are essential. The interaction between the different perspectives creates a mutually productive space for both artists and scientists to work in.

For this reason, INHABIT invites artists to spend three months creating new work, or further developing an existing project, in a scientific research environment. Openness to the mission of the institute and interest and readiness to work together with individual researchers or research groups are naturally preconditions. During the residency, the institute will provide space, resources, and facilities for productive experimentation, dialogue, and collaboration. Work developed during the residency will be presented in cooperation with various local arts institutions in the form of an exhibition, performance, concert, or other mode of presentation, and complemented by discursive formats.

The duration of residency is 4 months : INHABIT #9 : March–June 2023 and INHABIT #10 : September–December 2023.

Who are they looking for :

Artists from different disciplines (with a focus on time-based and performing arts, installation and music) who are interested in interdisciplinary collaboration between the artistic and scientific fields ;
Artists who are open to developing and sharing a project in the form of an exhibition, performance, concert, or other format ;
Artists who are active in contemporary culture and respond to the Institute with innovative and challenging ideas.


The residency covers :

Artist’s fee : 8,000 euros ;
Accommodation fee : 2,000 euros ;
Production budget depending on the project ;
Technical and administrative support for the realization of the final project.
Travel costs to/from and in Frankfurt ;
Collaboration with scientists and researchers ;
Access to the Institute’s library, sound studio, and scientific facilities ;
Curatorial support during the residency.


Please upload, no later than October 16, 2022, 23:59 p.m. (CET) your complete application, including :

your CV
an artist’s statement describing your practice, concepts, and methods, etc. (max. 500 words)
a description of the proposed project that outlines potential connections with the work of the Institute and the scientific interest (max. 500 words)
a portfolio of your work (max. 20 pages).

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Northern Sustainable Futures : Call Out for Digital Artists
International

Northern Sustainable Futures, based in Moskosel Creative lab in Norrbotten, Northern Sweden, have an open call for 1 month artist residencies to create new immersive digital work for their latest project iM KONSTHALL, an immersive mobile gallery which will tour 2023/24.

NFS invites proposals from visual and performance artists working in digital technologies. Each residency includes accommodation and workshop space, and gives time for each artist to develop their idea into new work created specifically for the mobile gallery space.

Please visit our website below for more information.Contact
email imkonsthall [arobas] gmail [point] com
website www.imkonsthall.com/

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Doris McCarthy Artist-in-Residence program

About the program :
Located at her former home on the Scarborough Bluffs in Toronto, the Doris McCarthy
Artist-in-Residence program provides studio space and accommodation to artists in a
serene and picturesque setting where they can focus on producing art. This residency
program is open to professional artists across Canada who are practising a wide array of
disciplines. Residencies are available throughout 2023, with terms ranging from one to
three
months.

The Doris McCarthy Artist-in-Residence program is coordinated by the Ontario Heritage
Trust. In accordance with Doris McCarthys wishes, the Trust established this artist-in-
residence program to embrace the multi-disciplinary nature of the arts, demonstrate the
positive and restorative influence of landscape and the environment, and foster
excellence among contemporary Canadian artists, musicians and writers. As part of the
residency, artists are required to provide a mentorship opportunity to support the
development of an emerging artist or artists.

Application deadline : September 30, 2022

Learn more :
http://heritagetrust.on.ca/dmair

 

 

 

 

 

5. art public

The “Out of Many, One” Mural Project
Submission Deadline : October 15, 2022

Project Background

The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is partnering with Nobellum Enterprise and The Ubuntu Creative Arts Project (UCAP) to commission an art installation located in The BRIDGE Finance & Data Lab at UTSC’s Instructional Centre. Artist(s) are invited to submit proposals for a large-scale three piece paneled mural meant to serve as a site for community programming.

This project aims to foster a deeper sense of belonging amongst UTSC’s racialized communities. We seek to create a space where students, faculty, staff, and communities, including Black folks, who were traditionally equity-deserving in academic spaces, see themselves fully welcomed, embraced, and reflected. The commissioned artwork is meant to interrupt the space and systems within the fabric of the Department of Management located in the Instructional Centre, and will be activated through programming and community engagement initiatives.

Location Details

The BRIDGE is in the Instructional Centre at the University of Toronto Scarborough. 1095 Military Trail, Toronto, Ontario. The venue is accessible.

Project Goals

The installation and production of this artwork aims to accomplish the following :

To inspire and serve as a space of belonging for equity-deserving students pursuing futures in finance, STEM, and entrepreneurship.
To create a meaningful site of activation for programming committed to inclusion and anti-Black racism.
To provide mentorship opportunities for racialized artist(s) in Scarborough communities throughout the production of the work and beyond.
To support an equitable engagement and reciprocal knowledge exchange between racialized communities and the Department of Management, and UTSC as a whole.
Eligibility

In order to be considered :

This call is open to professional racialized artists or artist groups. The project seeks to engage students of colour, specifically Black students. Artists who come from such communities will be given preference.
Artists must be located in the Greater Toronto Area, with preference given to Scarborough artists.
This project seeks artist(s) who have a working history of social practice, community engagement, and/or large-scale public artwork.
The selected artist(s) must be available for ongoing communication with The BRIDGE Mural Project Team by telephone, email, video conferencing, and in person for scheduled meetings and programs for the duration of the project.
The selected artist(s) will be expected to be proficient in all professional aspects relative to their creative work, including : working under contract, working within schedules, meeting deadlines, providing complete and accurate documentation, budgeting, expense tracking and invoicing related to their work.

Scope of Work

Initial site visit and overview meetings with The BRIDGE Mural Project Team
Development of project outline including conceptual implications, process, scale, medium, and associated programming
Community engagement process – our goal for this project is to be community-oriented from its onset, through its development, and in its completion. The BRIDGE Mural Project Team will support the artist(s) in developing whatever community engagement components their practice calls for throughout the development of their work.
Attendance of internal meetings with The BRIDGE Mural Project Team
Attendance of any related programming throughout the production process
Attendance of the mural unveiling event
Reference the Appendix with the dimensions of the wall


Submission Requirements

A project proposal – proposed artwork concept : A written description of proposed concept, including a process method and approach.
Portfolio of similar work completed. Work must be of similar scope / scale.
Artist bio / professional statement. This must include the links to any websites and social media.
Artist’s CV
The University of Toronto Scarborough is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from racialized persons/persons of colour, women, persons with disabilities, 2SLGBTQ+ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas. Candidates are encouraged to self-identify in their submissions.
The University of Toronto Scarborough aims to make the selection processes as accessible as possible and provide accommodation for artists with disabilities. If you require any accommodations at any point, please outline your accessibility needs in your submission.
Project Timeline

RFP Submission Opening : September 9, 2022
Deadline for Artists to Submit questions (if applicable) : September 20, 2022
Response to Artist Questions : September 25, 2022
Artist Proposal Submission Deadline : October 15, 2022
Review Period : October 15 – November 15, 2022
Artist Selection : November 15, 2022
Kick-Off Meeting with Artists & Project Team : November 30, 2022
Community Engagement Sessions 1 – 3 : November – December 2022
Production & installation of artwork : January – March 2023
Launch Event : Spring 2023
Project Budget

The commissioned artist(s) will receive an honourarium fee of $8,000 Canadian Dollars. Fabrication and installation costs are covered by the University and are not included in this proposal.

 

Reserved Rights of the The BRIDGE Mural Project Team

UTSC, Nobellum Enterprise and, The Ubuntu Creative Arts Project (The “The BRIDGE Mural Project Team”), at their sole discretion, may request clarifications or request additional information, as deemed necessary to evaluate the submissions. The Project Team retains sole discretion to determine whether a submission is responsive if the prospective Artist(s) is / are capable of performing the Work. The Project Team reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to determine the number of pre-qualified Artist(s). The Project Team reserves the right to not proceed with awarding a contract.

Termination of Contract with Artist(s)

The Project Team reserves the right to terminate the contract just cause as per the Terms of the Artist Agreement which will be distributed to the selected artists upon award of the contract.

Publication of Competition Information

The Project Team shall have the exclusive right to issue all public announcements regarding the mural.

Appendix : Elevations, Photos and Dimensions Space

Visit this page to find the images and details on the space.

Submission & Contact Information

All submissions must be packaged and submitted via email to BOTH contacts noted below with the Email Subject Line : Artist Proposal – “Out of Many, One” Mural Project

Kathryn Lawrence, Founder, The Ubuntu Creative Arts Project & Co-Founder and Brand Director, Nobellum Enterprise kathryn [arobas] nobellum [point] com

Sandy Saad, Curator, University of Toronto Scarborough Doris McCarthy Galley sandy [point] saad [arobas] utoronto [point] ca

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Open call : stadt.raum.experimente

Proposal deadline : October 15, 2022, 11:59pm

Kunstkommission Düsseldorf
Geschäftsstelle der Kunstkommission
Zollhof 13
40221 Düsseldorf
Germany


kunstkommission [arobas] duesseldorf [point] de



About stadt.raum.experimente
This year, the Kunstkommission (Art Commission) of the City of Düsseldorf is launching a new format that focuses on promoting contemporary art in the public space. With stadt.raum.experimente, local as well as internationally active artists are called upon to develop experimental and temporary concepts for the urban space of Düsseldorf. Whether installation, performance or participation : stadt.raum.experimente is open to unusual forms and experimental ideas.

Artistic projects in public space are funded that reflect the state and processes of change in the city and actively help shape future developments, for example with regard to sustainable aspects. Socially relevant topics can be taken up in the projects.

Up to 120,000 EUR are available annually. Each project is funded with a maximum of 60,000 EUR. Additional funds from third parties are possible.

Applications are possible at any time !

Closing date for entries for the year 2023 is October 15, 2022.

Information
The framework conditions and the documents to be submitted can be found here.

Jury session
The jury meeting will take place about 6 weeks after the end of the submission deadline. The jury decision will be communicated to the applicants in writing and does not have to be justified by the jury.

Application
You can apply here.

About the Kunstkommission Düsseldorf
Art in architecture resp. public art is formative, creates distinctive places, promotes identification in neighbourhoods and is an essential component of modern urban culture and urban development.

For this reason, the Kunstkommission Düsseldorf in Northrhine-Westphalia, Germany was founded 2018. Since then, a panel of experts consisting of artists, art scholars, architects, urban planners and politicians has been advising the local political bodies on possible projects, artistic formats, locations of building projects, the type of selection process, the artists to be invited and finally the artistic ideas to be realised. The aim is to enable a manifold of artistic expressions in public space, often in connection with new building projects. In addition, the Kunstkommission initiates its own projects and formats in order to sharpen the view of art in public space and to strengthen the city’s profile. The members of the Kunstkommission, which is supported in its work by an own agency, are elected every three years.

 

 

 

 

 

6. pour commissaires

Résidences d’autrices et auteurs | RÉGULIER

Ce programme de résidence s’adresse aux autrices et auteurs du Québec, du Canada et de l’international dont le travail de recherche et d’écriture porte sur des notions, pratiques ou enjeux relatifs aux arts visuels et médiatiques contemporains et actuels. En symbiose avec la présence des artistes, les résidences d’une durée de huit semaines accueillent une autrice ou un auteur par saison. Elle inclut le cachet, l’hébergement, le soutien logistique et l’accès aux ressources documentaires du centre.

13 novembre 2022

Lien

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If you make electronic literature, new media art, sound, computational text, or any kind of work that « glitches and gleans » consider applying to The New River : A Journal of Digital Art & Literature’s Call for Submissions, deadline is Oct 30, 2:10 P.M.

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MANIF D’ART 11 – LA BIENNALE DE QUÉBEC :
APPEL DE CANDIDATURES – VOLET JEUNES COMMISSAIRES
 

Québec, le 15 septembre 2022. Depuis sa neuvième édition, Manif d’art intègre un volet jeunes commissaires à la programmation officielle de La biennale de Québec. Pour Manif d’art 11, c’est dans une formule revue et améliorée que l’organisme fait encore une fois appel aux commissaires émergent.e.s de la province de Québec (les candidats actifs dans la ville de Québec et ses environs seront privilégiés).

Les forces du sommeil
Cohabitations des vivants
La biennale de février 2024 s’inspirera de l’hiver canadien et du sommeil de la terre pour s’intéresser à celui des humains et explorer les nuances multiples de l’éveil. La saison froide et le sommeil sont des moments de latence et de transition, de pause. Ils suspendent le principe de l’exploitation et de l’épuisement des ressources. Des alternances saisonnières, des rythmes et des états entre sommeil et éveil, dépendent la régénération, l’écoute, la présence au monde. L’éveil est le moment de l’étonnement, de la recomposition des perceptions, de reconstruction des points de vue, et nous donne accès à la richesse de nos contradictions, à des rapprochements imprévus et des dérives, fructueuses ou pas. En brouillant le partage entre l’inerte et l’animé, les différents stades de l’éveil peuvent mettre nos habitudes en réserve au profit d’expériences sensibles, de visions singulières, de rencontres inattendues. C’est pourquoi les temps du sommeil nous éloignent des usages et des formats culturels. Ils résistent aux idéologies et au culte de la productivité. Malgré les efforts du capitalisme*, ils nous préservent encore des principes de la consommation constante et du rendement permanent…. [Lire la suite].

* Voir à ce sujet Jonathan Crary, 24/7 Le capitalisme à l’assaut du sommeil, La Découverte, 2016. 

Le volet jeunes commissaires
Les commissaires sélectionné.e.s seront invité.e.s à interpréter la proposition thématique de la commissaire de la biennale, en collaboration avec elle. Ils pourront concevoir des expositions avec les artistes de leur choix dans les espaces d’exposition pré déterminés et en fonction de ressources allouées. Les espaces d’expositions pourraient présenter certaines exigences, ces dernières vous seront partagées dès la première rencontre.

Bénéficiant d’un rapport de mentorat privilégié avec la commissaire internationale ainsi que d’un appui continu de Manif d’art, les jeunes commissaires sélectionné.e.s seront accompagné.e.s par Manif d’art dans leurs recherches artistiques ; dans le développement de leur approche de commissariat ; dans leurs processus créatifs de mise en exposition ; et dans la gestion et la coordination de leurs projets d’exposition respectifs. Ainsi, ces jeunes professionnels devront se rendre disponibles pour participer à des activités de formation et rencontres de travail périodiques. Les expositions des jeunes commissaires sélectionné.es seront intégrées au catalogue d’exposition, aux activités professionnelles et éducatives, ainsi qu’aux activités de vernissage de la biennale.

En résumé, les candidat.e.s sélectionné.e.s, pour participer au volet jeunes commissaire auront à prendre en charge les tâches suivantes avec l’appui et l’accompagnement de l’équipe de Manif d’art :
 

Développement d’une vision personnelle de la thématique de Manif d’art 11
Développement d’un projet d’exposition (sélection des artistes et des œuvres, design d’exposition)
Rédaction de textes artistiques et biographiques
Développement d’activités d’animation et de médiation culturelle, le cas échéant (selon les projets)
Coordination d’un projet d’exposition (Invitation et encadrement des artistes, gestion des relations avec les partenaires, contrats, assurances, transport d’œuvres, montage et démontage)
Tenue d’un budget et recherche de financement (un budget de départ permettant de réaliser l’exposition en payant tous les artistes et jeunes commissaires sera alloué à chacun des projets, mais dans le cas où les personnes sélectionnées souhaiteraient augmenter leur budget de projet, elles devront prendre en charge les démarches de financement additionnelles. Manif d’art les accompagnera dans ces démarches.)
Communications (publicité et promotion, signalétique)

Au terme de l’expérience, les jeunes commissaires sélectionné.e.s auront développé et présenté des expositions de qualité dans des lieux professionnels et appris à en comprendre tous les aspects de la gestion. Ils.elles auront professionnalisé leur pratique de commissariat et démontré leurs compétences. Ces jeunes professionnel.le.s auront aussi considérablement développé leur réseau de contact.

Candidatures admissibles
Le volet jeunes commissaires de Manif d’art 11 s’adresse aux commissaires émergent.e.s de la province de Québec (les candidats actifs dans la ville de Québec et ses environs seront privilégiés). Il concerne les commissaires avec 7 ans ou moins d’expérience professionnelle dans le domaine et/ou moins de 5 projets de commissariat à leur actif. Seront priorisé.e.s les candidat.e.s ayant fait des études universitaires en Histoire de l’art, en Arts visuels ou en Muséologie (et autres domaines connexes).

Les dossiers seront évalués par la direction de Manif d’art. Les candidat sélectionné.e.s seront contactés rapidement afin de convenir d’une date de première rencontre de travail. Il est à considérer que les candidat sélectionné.e.s devront être disponibles pour participer à plusieurs rencontres et formations tout au long du projet. Un calendrier sera soumis tôt dans le processus afin de permettre aux jeunes commissaires d’adapter leur horaire.

Dossier de candidature
Le dossier de candidature doit comprendre :
• Curriculum vitae à jour
• Lettre de motivation
• Portfolio avec réalisation de commissariats antérieurs, le cas échéant.
• Exemples de textes artistiques, le cas échéant.

Date limite pour postuler : 2 octobre 2022 à minuit.

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Call for Proposals

Vol. 28, No. 5 : ‘On Sadness’

(July/Aug 2023)

 

Proposal Deadline : 19 October 2022
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Edited by After Performance (Felipe Cervera, Alvin Eng Hui Lim, Ella Parry-Davies, Matthew Yoxall)

 

After Performance is a research group who, since 2015, has held a commitment to being published as a collective. We gather to conjoin authorial voices and relational thinking, and this text stems from that practice. This call for papers was conceived at our last in-person working meeting in Singapore, in 2018, when as a group we were experiencing different aspects of sadness. Our impetus in opening our conversation to the field and through this call is to explore how performance praxis articulates collective experiences of sadness. Our sadnesses, and our proposal to think with them, are temporal, embodied and historically specific. Sadness has a historicity ; it circulates and sticks (Ahmed 2004) ; collective sadness is worldly (Said 1991). How might we, then, think sadness in the collective ? 

 

The purpose of this issue of Performance Research is to inspire responses to experiences, practices and theorizations of sadness. We are also interested in explorations of sadness as refusal, illegibility or fugitivity. Contributions might offer historical scrutiny of, or challenge how, dominant performance histories have codified sadness as a hegemonic expression or feeling. Do these eclipse counter-narratives or unrecorded experiences of non-feeling, numbness, loss, grief, despair or hopelessness that inflect or are adjacent to it ? We seek to scrutinize how sadness has been made legible through ways of sensing and reading performance that are racialized, imperialist, gendered or ableist. Who appears as sad ? Who does not ? Where is sadness intelligible ? Where is it opaque (Glissant 1997) ? 

 

We invite contributions to explore how sadness appears in theatre, dance and performance practice and theory. How might we revise the history of sadness in these forms, if we are not looking for sadness as an expression but as an ontology ; not as a social withdrawal, but as an affirmation of being, collectively, in the world ? What is, therefore, the relationality that sadness affords and creates ? In what ways is sadness a practice, a repertoire, an action, a temporality, an infrastructure ? How might this be understood through and as performance ? 

 

Canonical theory in performance studies has often been articulated in relation to, for example, an ontology of ‘disappearance’ and an expression of loss or ‘mourning’ (Phelan 1993, 1997 ; Butler 2004), and in turn a critical response to disappearance that emphasized performance as repertoire and remains (Taylor 2003 ; Schneider 2011). For Taylor, ‘[d]ebates about the ephemerality of performance are, of course, profoundly political. Whose memories, traditions, and claims to history disappear if performance practices lack the staying power to transmit vital knowledge ?’ (2003 : 5). In response to debates on presence and permanence, what kind of performance theory can emerge in and out of the relentless present tense of sadness, or the pervasive, flattening disappearance of joy ? How does performance account for the horizontality of witnessing one another’s destruction ? 

 

In using the quotidian term ‘sadness’ we are consciously opening out from the psychoanalytic and contemporary therapeutic languages of melancholia, trauma and depression, and the dramaturgical ones of tragedy and catharsis – not to refute these diagnostics in themselves, but to refute how they might overdetermine sadness through pathologization or treatment. What would a reading of sadness look like, against colonial legacies that resulted in intergenerational pain and grief, and neocolonial paradigms that demand displays of trauma and prescribe particular ways of treating it ? We note that specific forms of performance (such as talking) are required to express or ‘heal’ sadness in the psychoanalytic canon. In what ways do vernacular forms and agencies of responding to sadness – clowning, wailing, procession, breath or sitting, for example – counterpose or challenge locally and/or globally dominant paradigms of sadness ? What are the approaches and methodologies that recuperate Indigenous knowledge on sadness from colonial medical categories and pathologies ? 

 

Contributions could also offer insight into how sadness might be approached in performance training and practice. How do you train to be or appear sad ? How do we define or question the relation of sadness to authenticity ? Taking as a reference Abbas Kiarostami’s Ta’ziyeh (200­­3), in which performers were made to cry on cue to express a repertoire of Shia sadness and mourning, we ask when and how sadness might appear as an authentic sense of collective bonding ? Conversely, when and why might sadness be an artifice ?

 

This issue invites articles, manifestos, position papers, interviews and artist pages that think through the idea and practice of sadness. Topics may include, but are not limited to :

 

History of feelings/emotions/affects

Violence, trauma and aftermath

Mourning, bereavement, grief, and death practices

Depression, economy, and somatic symptoms 

Somatic practices and performance technique 

Religion and spirituality 

Psychoanalysis and melancholy

Drama therapy 

Medical anthropology 

Ecomourning

Mental health and well-being in virtual space

Corporate and human resource management

Monuments and sites of mourning

Infrastructures of sadness

Indigeneity and sadness

Performance ontology 

Nothingness/Emptiness 

Durational and site-specific performance 

Genres of tragedy

Stage(d) crying/sadness

Ethics and social behaviour

Content notifications and safe management of the rehearsal room

Confessional and autobiographical performance 

 

References

Ahmed, Sara (2004) The Cultural Politics of Emotion, Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press.

Butler, Judith (2004) Precarious Life : The powers of mourning and violence, London and New York, NY : Verso.

Glissant, Édouard (1997) Poetics of Relation, trans. Betsy Wing, Ann Arbor, MI : Michigan University Press.

Kiarostami, Abbas (2003) Ta’ziyeh, performed on 18 July, Teatro Greco, Parma, Italy. 

Phelan, Peggy 1993. Unmarked : The Politics of Performance. London and New York, NY : Routledge.

Phelan, Peggy (1997) Mourning Sex : Performing public memories, London and New York, NY : Routledge.

Said, Edward W. (1991) The World, the Text and the Critic, London : Vintage.

Schneider, Rebecca (2011) Performing Remains : Art and war in times of theatrical reenactment, Florence : Taylor & Francis.

Taylor, Diana (2003) The Archive and the Repertoire : Performing cultural memory in the Americas, Durham, NC and London : Duke University Press.

 

Format :

Please send 300- to 400-word abstracts (with a 100-word author bio) for critical essays, artist pages, interviews or practice-research essays that attend to (but are not limited to) any aspect of the above.

Alongside long-form articles, we encourage short articles and provocations. As with other editions of Performance Research, we welcome artist(s)’s pages and other contributions that use distinctive layouts and typographies, combining words and images, as well as more conventional essays.

 

Issue Contacts :

All proposals, submissions and general enquiries should be sent direct to Performance Research at : info [arobas] performance-research [point] org

 

Issue-related enquiries should be directed to the issue editors via :

afterperform [arobas] gmail [point] com   

 

Schedule :

Proposals : October 2022

First drafts : February 2023

Final drafts : May 2023

Publication : August 2023

 

General Guidelines for Submissions : 

• Before submitting a proposal, we encourage you to visit our website (www.performance-research.org ) and familiarize yourself with the journal. 

• Proposals will be accepted by email (Microsoft Word or Rich Text Format (RTF)).

 Proposals should not exceed one A4 side. 

• Please include your surname in the file name of the document you send. 

• Please include the issue title and issue number in the subject line of your email. 

• Submission of images and other visual material is welcome provided that all attachments do not exceed 5 MB, and there is a maximum of five images. 

• Submission of a proposal will be taken to imply that it presents original, unpublished work not under consideration for publication elsewhere. 

• If your proposal is accepted, you will be invited to submit an article in the first draft by the deadline indicated above. On the final acceptance of a completed article, you will be asked to sign an author agreement in order for your work to be published in Performance Research.

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Esse 108 – Résilience
 

L’équipe de Esse fait appel aux auteur·ices afin de célébrer ce qui dans l’art actuel nous apprend à persévérer malgré les refus, à se relever après être tombé·e, à passer au travers ses désillusions. Nous souhaitons répondre aux difficultés qui s’imposent à nous en faisant valoir le besoin, collectivement, de dépasser le pessimisme, de transformer notre vulnérabilité en empouvoirement, de choisir non pas l’optimisme naïf, mais un certain réalisme stratégique. La résilience est un défi de taille. 
 

Voir l’appel sur esse.ca

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Notes d’intentions – Dossier no 270 « Généalogies collaboratives » / Vie des arts
10 octobre 2022
/ Montréal (Québec)
 
Vous avez toujours rêvé d’écrire un article dans Vie des arts ? L’occasion de soumettre votre texte est arrivée ! Les rubriques vous permettent de réfléchir autour des sujets que sont les visites d’exposition, de lectures et des perspectives selon votre expérience de l’actualité des arts. Lisez s’en plus sur chacune d’elles : https://viedesarts.com/proposer-un-article/

Vous avez vu une exposition, assisté à un événement artistique, ou voulez nous faire part d’un enjeu qui vous tient à cœur ? Le dossier thématique du no 270 : « Généalogies collaboratives » suscitera certainement des réflexions intéressantes.

« Au Canada, il existe une tradition très forte axée sur l’auto-gestion artistique. Pensons d’abord au réseau pancanadien des centres d’artistes autogérés, mis en place dans les provinces pour soutenir, dans des structures gouvernées par des artistes, l’émergence d’une production via le partage communautaire. Cette mobilisation a contribué à créer des zones d’organisation sociale à travers la pratique et la diffusion de l’art, en offrant des opportunités de rassemblement et de mises en commun des savoirs et des outils professionnels. D’autres structures surgissent également et prennent la forme d’associations, d’événements, d’ateliers, ou même d’habitations et de coopératives – bien que les désirs de mettre en commun peuvent aussi faire émerger des rencontres hors des institutions. Celles-ci prennent alors la forme de collectifs pérennes, temporaires, sporadiques, ou même de relations d’entraide intergénérationnelles et de mentorat. Comment faire valoir l’héritage culturel ou artistique dans son caractère holistique et déceler ses ramifications dans le présent ? » [en savoir plus]

Toutes les soumissions doivent inclure la note d’intention selon la rubrique envisagée, ainsi qu’une description de l’angle critique qui sera utilisé pour la rédaction, trois extraits de textes antérieurs (publiés ou non) ainsi qu’une courte biographie de l’autrice ou de l’auteur (25 mots), et être envoyées à redaction [arobas] viedesarts [point] com avant le 28 septembre 2022 pour les rubriques récurrentes non thématiques et le 10 octobre 2022 pour le dossier thématique. Nous ferons un suivi avec les propositions pressenties et les textes finaux, suivant la commande préalablement prise avec la rédaction, devront être rendus au courant du mois de novembre 2022.

 

Vie des arts
5605, avenue de Gaspé, bureau 603
Montréal (Québec) Canada H2T 2A4
+1 514 282-0205
communications [arobas] viedesarts [point] com
http://viedesarts.com

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Employment Opportunity : Artistic Director for SAVAC
SAVAC (South Asian Visual Arts Centre) is a non-profit, artist-run centre in Canada dedicated to increasing the visibility of culturally diverse artists by curating and exhibiting their work, providing mentorship, facilitating professional development and creating a community for our artists. SAVAC was founded to be an organization staffed by people of colour, committed to support the work of artists of colour. For more info : savac.net

Position Description :

Working collaboratively with the Executive Director and reporting to the Board of Directors, the Artistic Director is responsible for developing and implementing year-round exhibition programming, residencies, art events, educational workshops and special projects with a cohesive artistic vision. The ideal candidate for this position is a motivated arts professional and cultural worker who is passionate about contemporary art, maintains an understanding of contemporary Global South and/or diasporic arts practices, and has expansive networks within arts and cultural communities in Toronto and beyond.

Duties and responsibilities :

Programming

Develop a cohesive artistic vision with high quality and relevant programming that responds to current artistic and political trends ;
Implement all aspects of programs, including but not limited to :
◦  Research artists working in a variety of mediums ;
◦  Conduct regular artist studio visits with potential exhibiting artists ;
◦  Facilitate annual and themed calls for submissions ;
◦  Produce a schedule of exhibitions from local, national and international artists ;
◦  Coordinate installation of artworks with artists and curators ;
◦  Produce thoughtful and responsive exhibition design ;
◦  Coordinate public events and receptions ; talks, tours and screenings ;
◦  Produce or coordinate written materials for web and print related to art programs ;
◦  Ensure the continuity of ongoing bi-annual or annual SAVAC programs including Monitor film and video program, Missed Connections residency and pedagogical platform, and Ishtar’s International Network of Feral Gardens, as well as other regular co-presentation and collaborations.
◦  Program events and activities in SAVAC’s space at 401 Richmond ;
◦  Program exhibitions, screenings and other events in collaboration with other art spaces in Toronto and other national and international locations ; and
◦  Work with Communications Coordinator to develop a targeted outreach strategy ;
Maintain communication and relationships with artists and programming partners ;
Coordinate the Ontario Arts Council’s Exhibition Assistance Grant ;
Act as a representative of the organization within the sector ; and
Attend exhibitions, screenings, events and keep abreast of trends within the local and international art world.
Financial and Office Administration

Responsible for writing programming sections of grants ;
Produce and maintain programming budget for all programming events ;
Provide support in different aspects of the organization—in administration, artistic, marketing, outreach and community relations ;
Develop, implement and supervise programs and services that are consistent with the organization’s mission and Strategic Plan and that meet the needs of SAVAC communities ;
Working with the Communications Coordinator, contribute to SAVAC’s Quarterly Newsletter by providing audiences with up to date information about current and upcoming events
Write contracts for artists, guest curators, and writers ; and
Develop and maintain pre-existing and new co-presentation partnerships.
Qualifications, Skills, and Experience :

Minimum 5 years overall experience in artistic programming or educational background in related disciplines e.g., Art History, Curatorial Studies, Visual Culture etc., or equivalent paid or volunteer experience in the sector
Knowledge of, and or experience with :
◦  The Canadian public granting system
◦  Board governed artist-run centres in Canada
◦  Contemporary art from the global south
◦  Writing and maintaining programming/project budgets
◦  Installing a variety of exhibitions
◦  Working in different artistic mediums
◦  The barriers faced by artists of colour
Strong written English in a variety of writing styles including curatorial essays, grant-writing language, promotional writing and email correspondence
Knowledge of a second language is preferred
Able to troubleshoot and creatively problem solve in areas of budgeting, exhibition design and installation
Ability to work in to work independently and cooperatively without supervision in a small, engaged hybrid workplace
Proven leadership ability when working with junior and contract staff, guest contributors and artists
Strong project management skills to undertake and realise collaborative exhibition projects including a high capacity to multitask and meet deadlines
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills including experience in public speaking and moderating panels
Notes on Working Conditions :

Must be comfortable with flexible work environment and variable work schedule
Some lifting and moving may be involved
SAVAC’s office is located at 401 Richmond St W. in Toronto, Ontario. SAVAC is currently working in a hybrid model (some in-office and some remote work)
Position Details :

The Artistic Director reports to the Board of Directors and works closely with the Executive Director. Total compensation includes health benefits through a group insurance plan and three weeks paid vacation with additional unpaid leave possible as approved by the Director/Board of Directors on a case-by-case basis.

Number of hours/week : 28 hours/week
Duration : 2 year renewable contract
Preferred Start Date : October 17th (negotiable)
Starting Salary : $42k, to commensurate with experience & annual cost of living increases

Why work for SAVAC ?

Collaborative, nimble and responsive programming style
Anti-racist, equity-focused, QTBIPOC-centered work environment
Opportunities for expanding your cultural network within Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and other areas internationally
Support for independent artistic and curatorial careers and opportunities
Support for professional development through attendance of courses, workshops and/or conferences
Please submit applications to board [arobas] savac [point] net with the subject line : Artistic Director Application.

In your application, please include your CV, a one-page cover letter and a one-page statement answering the following question : Given SAVAC’s 25 years of programming, what 2 – 3 themes or narratives would you pursue as Artistic Director over the first 2 years of your contract ? Why do you think those themes and/or narratives are important in this broader moment in Canadian contemporary art ?

Deadline Date : September 30, 2022, 5pm EDT

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

 

Suite 450
401 Richmond St. W.
Toronto, ON M5V 3A8
Canada

Monday – Thursday
10am – 5pm
By remote appointment only

savac.net
board [arobas] savac [point] net
416 542 1661

 

 

 

 

7. emplois

DIRECTOR/CURATOR, MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY

The University of British Columbia

Vancouver, BC Canada

The Faculty of Arts at The University of British Columbia (UBC)  » Vancouver invites
applications for the position of Director/Curator, Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery.
The Belkin Gallery is an academic gallery located on the traditional, ancestral,
unceded territory of the Musqueam people, on the UBC Vancouver campus. The
Belkin is dedicated to equity, social justice, criticism and curating. The mission of the
gallery is to explore the ways in which the practice of contemporary art is in itself a
form of research that
produces knowledge. Through exhibitions, publications,
collecting, events and programs, the Gallery raises awareness and encourages
debate in the field of contemporary art. Across all media and disciplines it
emphasizes practices and projects that challenge the status quo, support emerging
artists, and present artist-initiated projects. It is looking for a Director/Curator who
will bring further innovation, collaboration, and engaged leadership to UBC. This is a
unique opportunity for a Director/Curator embedded in the world of contemporary art
to bring diverse experience, background, and perspectives to UBC and the
communities in Vancouver, Canada and internationally.

Concurrent with the directorship, the successful candidate will hold an academic
appointment to a tenure-stream professorial position (as either Assistant Professor
or Associate Professor, with the rank of appointment commensurate with
qualifications and experience) in the Department of Art History, Visual Art & Theory
(AHVA) and will be an active member of the Critical and Curatorial Studies (CCST)
program. They must be appointable to a tenure-stream professorial position,
demonstrate the potential and/or experience with teaching (via experience in the
classroom or with gallery mentorship or training), and ability to work with and
supervise students. The appointment will commence as early as January 1, 2023 , or
a mutually agreeable start date. The successful candidate will be appointed in the
Directors role for a five-year term with the possibility of renewal for another term,
after which time they will become a part of the AHVA faculty complement.

HOW TO APPLY

Apply online by September 30, 2022 at : https://ardo.air.arts.ubc.ca/?p=7617.
Enquiries may be directed to Associate Dean Laura Moss, via email
(arts [point] headships [arobas] ubc [point] ca) with BELKIN director
search 2022 in the subject line. Review of applications will begin in October 2022
and will continue until the position is filled. The position is
subject to final budgetary
approval. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

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Tenure-track opportunity in Expanded Drawing Practices, York University

Department of Visual Art and Art History
School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design
YORK UNIVERSITY
The Department of Visual Arts and Art History in the School of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design, York University invites highly qualified candidates to apply for a professorial stream tenure-track appointment in Expanded Drawing Practices at the Assistant/Associate Professor level, to commence July 1, 2023. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. All York University positions are subject to budgetary approval.

York University’s Department of Visual Arts and Art History is one of the leaders in art history and art practice in Canada. Recent renovations of undergraduate studio spaces, expansion of the MFA studios, and creation of a visual art study centre have contributed to the growth of the department. We are committed to teaching critical issues in art and art history, and to the ongoing development of programs in all areas of studio and studies.

An MFA with a substantial record of professional experience in drawing and an emphasis on drawing practices is required, with a demonstrated record of excellence or promise of excellence in research and in teaching. We acknowledge that that within higher education in Canada, traditional or conventional academic pathways in research and practice can reinforce biases in the filling of faculty posts. Candidates with a diverse range of education, teaching and research experience are encouraged to apply.

Applicants should clearly articulate their experience in one or more of the following areas of contemporary drawing practices : digital techniques and processes ; animation ; drawing installation, among others if applicable. The successful candidate will be expected to engage in outstanding, innovative, and as appropriate, externally funded research or research creation (e.g., commissions, exhibitions, etc.) at the highest level.

Candidates must also demonstrate the ability to enhance York’s Drawing program by developing curriculum that has a digital presence and through socially engaged research and inclusive teaching practices. The position includes graduate teaching, TA supervision, undergraduate instruction for majors and non-majors, studio and lecture courses. It is expected that the successful candidate will contribute to the development and implementation of innovative pedagogies in drawing courses that engage both in-class and online instruction. The successful candidate will join collaborative and committed peers who share administrative duties and responsibilities such as departmental governance and committee work. A minimum of two years post-secondary teaching is required. Suitability for prompt appointment to the Faculty of Graduate Studies, given that the position will involve graduate teaching and supervision.

York is a leading international teaching and research university, and a driving force for positive change. Empowered by a welcoming and diverse community with a uniquely global perspective, we are preparing our students for their long-term careers and personal success. Together, we can make things right for our communities, our planet and our future.

York University has a policy on Accommodation in Employment for Persons with Disabilities and is committed to working towards a barrier-free workplace and to expanding the accessibility of the workplace to persons with disabilities. Candidates who require accommodation during the selection process are invited to contact Rose Le Coche, Committee/Administrative Secretary of the Department of Visual Art and Art History at York University at vaah-search [arobas] yorku [point] ca.

York University is an Affirmative Action (AA) employer and strongly values diversity, including gender and sexual diversity, within its community. The AA Program, which applies to women, members of visible minorities (racialized groups), Aboriginal (Indigenous) people and persons with disabilities, can be found at www.yorku.ca/acadjobs or by calling the AA line at 416-736-5713. Applicants wishing to self-identify as part of York University’s Affirmative Action program can do so by downloading, completing and submitting this voluntary self-identification form.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply ; however, Canadian citizens, permanent residents and Indigenous peoples in Canada will be given priority. No application will be considered without a completed mandatory Work Status Declaration form.

To Apply :

Candidates are asked to provide evidence of research excellence (or promise thereof for junior appointments) of a recognized international calibre in the following materials :

up-to-date CV highlighting record of professional exhibitions, research presentations, awards and accolades
portfolio of relevant work
letter of application articulating your experience, research agenda and approach to teaching excellence, including accomplishments and pedagogical innovations. We are particularly interested in experience integrating equity initiatives in research and teaching, experiential education and technology-enhanced learning.
Names and contact information of three professional references
Work Status Declaration form
Teaching evaluations and letters of reference will only be solicited from short-listed candidates. Submit materials to : Rose Le Coche, Committee/Administrative Secretary of the Department of Visual Art and Art History at York University at vaah-search [arobas] yorku [point] ca and include “Expanded Drawing Practices” in the subject line.

The deadline for receipt of completed applications is November 11, 2022.

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Seeking Director

Fundació Antoni Tàpies


Application deadline : October 30, 2022

Fundació Antoni Tàpies
Carrer Aragó, 255
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The Fundació Antoni Tàpies is holding an international open call to select a new Director to ensure the continuation of the fundamental objectives and guidelines already deployed in the past, while overseeing the Fundació’s adaptation to the new demands of the moment, and to help give fresh impetus for the future.

Created in 1984 by the artist Antoni Tàpies to promote the study and knowledge of modern and contemporary art, the Fundació Antoni Tàpies opened its doors in 1990 and has the legal structure of a private foundation. The new Director will ensure the preservation, study and dissemination of the work and ideas of Antoni Tàpies, and the promotion, dissemination and defence of the manifestations of the human spirit, especially in the field of contemporary art in all its various forms. The governing, administration and representation of the Fundació is conducted by the Board, within the powers determined by its Statutes.

All applications received will be carefully studied and evaluated by a committee of experts. After due consideration, this committee will submit its recommended nomination to the Board of Trustees for appointment.

The requirements of the future Director, who exercises the role of executive and artistic director of the Fundació, include professional experience in the field of museums and contemporary art centres, together with leadership, communication and negotiation skills. They will represent the Fundació and develop networks with other bodies in order to articulate its projects, while directing the financial management of the centre, including new initiatives to increase revenue, sponsorship and patronage. They will possess knowledge of the work of Antoni Tàpies and of the trajectory of the Fundació to date, and be conversant with the wider cultural and artistic environment. Evaluation will take account of the assessment and diagnosis of the current state of affairs and the candidate’s ability to articulate a diverse, innovative and attractive future programme for the Fundació.

Candidates should submit their Curriculum Vitae (with clear supporting documentation) and a detailed statement (maximum of ten pages) containing, firstly, an assessment and diagnosis of the past and present trajectory of the Fundació, and, secondly, an outline of the candidate’s proposals for the coming years. The deadline for submission of applications is October 30, 2022.

More information here.

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Department of Visual Art and Art History
School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design
YORK UNIVERSITY
The Department of Visual Arts and Art History in the School of the Arts, Media,
Performance and Design, York University invites highly qualified candidates to apply for
a professorial stream tenure-track appointment in Expanded
Drawing Practices at the
Assistant/Associate Professor level, to commence July 1, 2023. Salary will be
commensurate with qualifications and experience. All York University positions are
subject to budgetary approval.

York Universitys Department of Visual Arts and Art History is one of the leaders in art
history and art practice in Canada. Recent renovations of undergraduate studio spaces,
expansion of the MFA studios, and creation of a visual art study centre have contributed
to the growth of the department. We are committed to teaching critical issues in art and
art history, and to the ongoing development of programs in all areas of studio and
studies.

READ MORE :

http://webapps.yorku.ca/academichiringviewer/viewposition.jsp?positionnumber=2271
http://ampd.yorku.ca/

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