Have a proposal for a performance or artistic intervention in public space? Or are you looking to share your art, thoughts, and stories via digital platforms? Take a look at our picks for this week’s top opportunities on ARTCONNECT. And be sure to take note of deadlines — they’re approaching!
Call for submissions Germany-wide open single-phase competition. “as above, so below” focuses attention both on the underground railway network and on above-ground lines of connection, rethinking the city in artistic terms. When thinking about urban connections in this way, it also becomes possible to address concepts of freedom and notions of sustainability, prosperity, and justice in the context of a finite living environment. The competition aims not to develop a utopia, but to use artistic interventions to encourage public debate about such a utopia. Production costs of up to €8,000 per work, plus €4,000 fee (including VAT) are to be provided.
Deadline: Monday, 27 July 2020
White Sheet Stories project is looking for womxn creators from all over the world to share their experiences and struggles. We are a new non-profit female collective, who’s goal is to endorse geocentric, non-binary and trans narratives. We welcome creators from every field.
Deadline: Friday July 31, 2020
Organizer: White Sheet Stories
Call for long durational live performances or works that are easily repeatable or installations and video works with performance art approaches. The performance festival will take place on September 5, 2020 in Osnabrück city center. Your concept should be adaptable to the public space and avoid physical contact with the audience. YUP is not able to offer overnight accommodation in Osnabrück, but they would like to ensure a fair fee and the payment of travel expenses.
Deadline: Friday, July 31, 2020
Organizer: Young Urban Performances (YUP)
ENCATC is accepting proposals for its 2020 Digital Education and Research Session (9-11 November) to be held alongside the 2020 ENCATC Digital Congress “Cultural management and policy in a post-digital world – navigating uncertainty” (3-12 November). The session will highlight the latest education and research trends, methodologies, innovations, and practices in cultural management and policy. Proposals from any relevant discipline will be considered, provided that they make an original academic and professional contribution to the study and practice of cultural management and cultural policy.
Deadline: Sunday, July 26, 2020
Directly from a three-month quarantine Contemporary Matters presents: A multilingual gourmet menu of Covid-19-related art thoughts and morsels of art. Just because contemporaneity sucks, ahem, bites. LEAVE A BITE OF:
photo / performance / illustration / painting / movie / media / concept / sculpture / installation. IN THE FORM OF:
video / image / website / program. Your BITTERSWEET BITES will be posted on #contemporarymatters media platforms as part of this inclusive coping project.
Deadline: Thursday, July 30, 2020
Organizer: Contemporary Matters