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Open call for exhibition “Beuys for Future ” 26.3.2021 – 4.6.2021, Deadline 14.2.2021: We call on artists to join Beuys perspective and submit works that address the climate crisis and the Sustainable Goals of the UN in the spirit of Joseph Beuys and address a sustainable future.
We are happy to inform you that our platform is now accepting submissions. Interested artists and curators who work with any medium are invited to share their art and ideas for projects. Collaboration with us may take the form of specific projects, including, but not limited to exhibitions and online residencies. We encourage applications from all, especially early-career artists, students, and recent graduates who would like to participate. We are very interested to hear ideas that offer to generate practices that question or challenge current models of placing art online. The theme can be anything the artist chooses to focus on. Your voice is the vital element of our foundation, we cannot wait to review your submissions and see your visions. Please send us your proposal followed by a portfolio or CV (if applicable), to firstname.lastname@example.org . We do not have a specific deadline, but submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis and we will close the selection process once we reach capacity. We encourage you to submit your proposal as soon as possible. Application and collaboration with Art Dream Foundation are free of charge. Depending on the format and type of proposals being approved throughout the year, our team will proactively […]
Well Well Projects in Portland, Oregon, is accepting entries of visual art that makes use of humor/comedy for a juried group show that will be on display in our gallery for the month of April 2021. All mediums welcome. Open to all USA based artists. www.wellwellprojects.com What’s So Funny? We’re in it for the laughs, and not just the kind we let out because it’s all gonna be okay. Sometimes we laugh to break the silence, to calm our anxious nerves, sometimes the Lynchian absurdity of everyday life makes us laugh until we cry. It’s all good. This is an exhibition focused around comedy. We’re looking for work that hits the funny bone, maybe a good one liner, some slapstick. It can be absurdist, cute and playful, tragic to the point of comedy, obtuse, ephemeral, performative, and everything and anything in between. It’s just got to be funny. All submissions must be of actual artworks that are available from March 25 – April 25, 2021. All works must be exhibition ready. Applications due: March 1, 11:59pm (MST) Fee: $20 Apply via CaFÉ! Click here to be taken to this open call on CaFÉ Applications will only be accepted via […]
In 2020, reality shook. Opposing forces of slowing and momentum work simultaneously and warp the senses of time and space. As a result of our inability to perceive the present and plan the future, we are expected to adapt, to develop coping mechanisms, to break habits and paradigms – to a constant movement in a continuous present. For the 2021 exhibition season, we invite creators to submit proposals dealing with the idea of “Present Continuous” as an artistic interpretation or as an actual action resonating to the future. We want to present artistic trials centering on uncertainty as a guiding principle: Ideas that facilitate a system of internal rules and logic and that may influence the exhibition’s duration and meaning; proposals dealing with uncertainty in the exhibition’s space and duration context, encouraging live simultaneous occurrences both in the exhibition and in the virtual space. Recommended reading Proposals should be sent as 1 PDF file to email@example.com before February 1st, 2021. For more details and gallery space layout The proposal should include: Project description and demonstration mean. Preferrable display period: (April-June / July-September / October-December) How the element of time will be manifested in the exhibition. How the gallery space […]
The ‘Post Box’ long term exhibition project creates international visibility and interaction between artists during the traveling restrictions of the Covid-19 pandemic. Artworks sent to the postbox of the Hypercube Space will be exhibited in a 105cm (W) x 170cm (H) x 33cm (D) public display window located next to the postbox itself. By hacking this advertisement display window, this idea engages with the art audience in the heart of central Lisbon, now home to a growing international community who have chosen the city as their home. This is in keeping with Hypercube’s manifesto to expand the notion of the artspace. Every month another international artist’s work will be selected and presented for a 4 week period as part of a rolling open call for submissions. The Theme – “Connections”: The main theme of the Post box exhibition series is “connections”. The media and concept of the exhibition are open. Please pick the work that represents your practice best. Submitted work is required to be in an appropriate format for the display window such as fine-art print, photograph, painting, mixed media, intervention, and installation. Please ensure the work can be easily posted (e.g. foldable, rolled, boxed, etc.) Expensive shipment […]