This week, the selected opportunities cover a wide range, from a science in the arts award to a graduate showcase. Check them out!
Plicnik Space Initiative aims to deconstruct the current online curatorial rationale. Through its caricature of the museum it offers new ways for artists to shape a future art ecosystem. Together with the artists they reflect on the conditions artists are met with when displaying their work, and the bureaucracy involved with displaying art. Artists are invited to create work for atypical spaces (such as a desert that functions as dehumidifier or an engine) inside a virtual spacecraft in whatever way they see fit. In this process we intend to give greater agency to artists in showcasing their work.
Deadline: Saturday, 15 August 2020
Organizer: Plicnik Space Initiative
The Falling Walls Foundation is a non-profit platform working internationally to promote scientific breakthroughs in all disciplines. This year, we are going digital and creating a global showcase that gathers, celebrates and discusses a vast array of breakthroughs in science and society – The Falling Walls Breakthroughs of the Year.
For the ‘Science in the Arts Category’ we welcome nominations for artists whose work is inspired and influenced by science across a wide range of subjects (from the humanities to life sciences, technology and more), which sheds light on societal issues, natural phenomena or simply the wonder of scientific discoveries, and which highlights the unique relationship between these apparently opposite but often highly complementary disciplines.
Deadline: Monday, 31 August 2020
Organizer: Falling Walls Foundation
MADE IT is a selected showcase of UK based graduate artists class of 2020, supported by CASS ART, with a wider programme in collaboration with artists from School of the Damned 2020.
Artists are invited to submit work for consideration by selectors Ellie Pennick (Director & Founder, Guts Gallery) & Jody Mulvey (Founder, SAD GRADS 2020). Shortlisted artists will be exhibited in a digital curated group exhibition, and entered for an additional opportunity to win Curators Choice, People’s Choice or the CASS ART Prize.
Work covering any subject or theme may be submitted, and we accept works of all media. The submitted work does not have to be a degree show piece, but the entry must be a recent work that reflects the artists current practice, and must be ready to exhibit at the time of submission deadline. We are not accepting proposals for new work as entries for this opportunity.
Deadline: Tuesday 1 September 2020
Organizer: Short Supply
Open Call is dedicated to artists of all fields, subject to adapt the priject to the exhibition space. We are waiting for projects of high artistic quality, characterized by originality, interesting approach to form and interpretation of subject.
Selected projects will be presented at the exhibition REBIRTH as part of the ARS LATRANS: Rebirth event and in the official catalog.
Deadline: Sunday, 23 August 2020
Organizer: ARS LATRANS
Presented by Saatchi Art, The Other Art Fair is a global artist-led fair where art lovers can discover and buy art directly from the very best emerging talent.
Stand packages include fully built walls, standard lighting, and a nameboard; a profile on saatchiart.com/theotherartfair with inclusion in The Other Art Fair Online Studios; marketing and PR support; exposure to a diverse audience of critics, gallerists and collectors; a pre-fair workshop with advice on display, pricing and self-representation give by the Fair team; and selection by a panel of esteemed experts.
Deadline: Friday, 21 August
Organizer: The Other Art Fair