Nos dias 28, 29 e 30 de Setembro acontecerá na UNIFESP – Campus Baixada Santista o Cartograma 2015. Um encontro e compartilhamento de formas de pensar, conhecer, produzir e criar em arte e ciência. Aberto à artistas, estudantes e pesquisadores que estejam interessados em trocar procedimentos e modos de existir nas pesquisas envolvendo artes do corpo.
O Laboratório Corpo e Arte, em sua atual proposta de sedimentar uma Plataforma de Pesquisa e Produção Cultural na Unifesp Baixada Santista, empenha-se em promover diálogos entre a universidade e a sociedade para reinventar a cultura acadêmica e fomentar pesquisas em artes do corpo.
A imagem do cartograma nos instiga como um rascunho de mapas, desenhos inacabados de paisagens sonhadas e inventadas, a partir de pesquisas onde o corpo e a arte ocupam lugar central.
Para nós, Cartograma é um programa de intercâmbio, formação e pesquisa da UNIFESP-BS, desenvolvido Laboratório Corpo e Arte e pelo N(i)D – Núcleo Indisciplinar de Dança.
O programa prevê 2 eixos de ação anuais:
1)uma residência com artistas da cidade de Santos, que desenvolvem seus projetos ao longo do ano no espaço do Laboratório Corpo e Arte
2)a realização de um encontro de pesquisa e de compartilhamento junto com um festival de arte onde os processos serão apresentados ao público.
Programação e maiores informações aqui.
British Council Scotland Scholarships are intended to support gifted drama students from Argentina, Brazil, India and Pakistan who would otherwise be unable to attend the summer school. Four Scholarships for the 2-week Theatre and Performance course will be awarded on the basis of academic merit and financial need.
Each scholarship will cover the summer school’s course and accommodation fees, which includes the cost of all tuition, accommodation, most meals, a social and cultural programme and full use of the University of Edinburgh library. Please note the scholarship does not cover travel expenses or spending money.
Applications for this scholarship are now invited from undergraduate or postgraduate students in Theatre and Performance.
Applications must be received no later than Friday, 20th March 2015.
More information can be found here: http://www.suiss.ed.ac.uk/application/scholarship/.
Claudio Anjos | Director Education and Society
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A bailarina, acrobata e pesquisadora das artes do corpo Marina Guzzo realiza no SESC Santos, de 1 a 6 de julho, a residência artística Navios. Proposta de pesquisa em dança contemporânea que vem sendo desenvolvida por Guzzo no Laboratório de Artes do Corpo da UNIFESP, o programa recebe inscrições até esta terça-feira, 24.
Com uma proposta pensada a partir da imagem de um barco, pedaço de espaço flutuante ligado ao infinito do mar, a pesquisa/residência propõe criar cartografias dançadas em espaços abandonados, em plataformas esquecidas, ali onde a memória e o sentido parecem ter sido arruinados. Ao término da residência, será realizada uma abertura do processo para o público.
Interessados devem enviar e-mail para email@example.com com o nome completo, data de nascimento, telefone para contato e uma carta de intenções, dizendo por que você gostaria de participar do programa.
RIAPERTO IL BANDO PAC3: C’È TEMPO FINO A LUNEDÌ 23 GIUGNO PER PARTECIPARE!
P.A.C. 3 Paesaggio Ambiente Creatività è un bando volto alla selezione di opere (azioni performative, installazioni, lavori visivi) appositamente create per “abitare” una porzione di Paesaggio – il Parco di Villa Nappi a Polverigi – in un Evento/percorso che si svolgerà il 5 Luglio 2014 nell’ambito del tradizionale Festival Internazionale Inteatro [3 > 5 luglio 2014, Polverigi].
Una Commissione selezionerà un massimo di 10 lavori: opere singolari, audaci, innovative – valutate per originalità, qualità artistica, coerenza, attinenza con lo spazio, rispetto dei caratteri di “unicità”, “effimerità” e “deperibilità”, “bassa tecnologia” – che saranno invitate a partecipare all’Evento del 5 Luglio. Sarà poi il pubblico presente ad esprimere la propria preferenza e a votare il lavoro più significativo e di maggior rilevanza tematica.
Il vincitore sarà premiato con un riconoscimento in denaro di € 500.
I formati artistici ammessi sono: performance, installazione, pittura, scultura. Materiali integrativi, utili a valutare la compatibilità degli spazi con l’idea progettuale, all’indirizzo www.inteatro.it/pac2014-materiali.
Ai progetti selezionati e ai loro autori sarà data ampia visibilità nell’ambito del programma del festival e attraverso una campagna di comunicazione online e offline.
Candidature complete della documentazione richiesta (vedi bando integrale), improrogabilmente entro
Lunedi 23 giugno 2014 – ore 12.00 (NON fa fede il timbro postale):
per email: firstname.lastname@example.org;
per posta tradizionale o a mano: Inteatro – Villa Nappi, Via Marconi 77 – 60020 Polverigi (An) – Italia.
Si prega di indicare nell’oggetto della mail o sulla busta: “CANDIDATURA P.A.C. III edizione“
Per ulteriori specifiche sulle condizioni del Concorso, si rimanda al BANDO INTEGRALE pubblicato sul sito di Inteatro (scarica qui)
P.A.C. è realizzato nell’ambito del progetto “CRUSCA – Cultura Rurale di Sostenibilità e Compatibilità Ambientale” con il contributo del Programma INFEA della Regione Marche
Retreat into existence
December and January being the darkest months of the Finnish winter, S.A.E offers an extreme retreat into existence through art, silence and nature. The program brings together creative minds who are interested and working around the theme on various fields.
The predefined structure of the program is kept empty and more extreme elements can be added to it if the residents decide to want so (e.g limited internet access to limit the escapism through web, silent(no speaking) days). Conditions are excellent for both collaborating and for concentrating on your own work, thinking and being. There is also no pressure to necessarily produce anything, in case you are more into inner development.
The northern winter is an experience like no other. The sun stays lower on the horizon, leaving the days short with long blue moments and dark nights. Snow is likely to cover the grounds, and the landscape is very monotone. If you get lucky, you can even catch a glimpse of the Northern lights. The raw & rural surroundings create an ideal setting for personal inner journeys and research.
The program is organized by Arteles Creative Center, one of the largest and most international residency centers in Finland & Scandinavia.
Read more and apply online at:
The Wassaic Artist Residency is currently accepting 1-6 month proposals for the 2014/2015 Winter Residency Season. Our winter residency runs from November 1, 2014 – April 30th, 2015. Artists receive an adaptable raw studio space in the Old Hotel in the Maxon Mills, as well as living accommodations. Artists also have access to workshop facilities and the possibility of working outside. The winter residency workshop facilities include a full wood shop.
Jurors will include:
Cybele Malone (Director Urban Glass, NY)
John Silvis (Artist)
Jessica Steller (The Curator Gallery, FLATT Magazine)
Kevin McCoy (Artist)
Julia Sedlock and Mark Rown Tree (Artists, Past Residents)
Sarah Walko (Artist, Writer, Programs Director Marble House Project)
Katia Zavistovski (Independent Curator)
Artist in residence thru December 2014 are invited to submit proposals for inclusion in the 2015 Wassaic Project Summer Exhibition or 2015 Summer Festival. Artists participating January 2015 and after will be invited to submit proposals for 2016. All artists are invited to participate in a monthly evening of artist’s talks and presentations. Additionally, the Wassaic Artist Residency facilitates one-on-one studio visits with professional artists and curators each month. In keeping with the Wassaic Project’s community-oriented mission, the Wassaic Artist Residency will offer several Education Fellowships to applicants interested in working with students and teachers in the local public school district.
The Wassaic Residency Program cultivates and supports community for emerging and professional contemporary artists, writers and other creatives. Housed in historic, landmark buildings, the residency program offers nine artists each month the opportunity to live and work in the heart of a rural community. The Wassaic Residency seeks artists working in a diverse range of media who want to produce, explore, challenge, and expand on their current art making practices, while participating in a grass roots, community-based arts organization.
The Wassaic Artist Residency exists to provide a genuine and intimate context for art making and strengthening local community by increasing social and cultural capital through inspiration, promotion and creation of contemporary visual and performing art.
Artists will receive an adaptable raw studio space in the Old Hotel in the Maxon Mills, a historic grain elevator. All studios are roughly 200-300 square feet. Artists will have 24 hour access to their studio and accommodations which include a private bedroom, shared living room / study, dining room, kitchen, and bath. Artists also have access to workshop facilities as well as the potential for expansion of workshop space and the possibility of working outside. The winter residency workshop facilities include a wood shop.
Residents are required to bring everything they need for their creative practice including art materials. Each studio is provided with a table, chair and basic lighting.
**Local artists who do not need living accommodations are encouraged to apply for studio-only residencies. The fee for a studio-only residency is $400 per month (plus the security deposit).
Residents have 24 hour access to the residency wood shop, located on the first floor of the Maxon Mills. Our wood shop is fully stocked and our sculpture fellows are available by appointment to help with specific projects. For a full list of what tools we have please email email@example.com.
In an effort to serve and support emerging artists, all of the residencies offered are subsidized. The value of the winter residency is $1400 per month – including studio space, residential space, as well as extensive programming, performance and exhibition opportunities. Thanks to our continued support from our donors and grants, residencies are offered at $600 per month, per resident (plus $300 security deposit).
**There are payment plans available to accepted artists who are in need.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any additional questions. You can also leave us a voicemail at (845) 605-2715.
The Wassaic Project awards $400 Education Fellowships to one resident per month to work with art classes at Webutuck High School. Wassaic Project Education Fellows visit high school art classes to share their work with the students and facilitate related projects. This partnership aims to help students gain greater understanding of contemporary art practices and career possibilities in the arts, and to explore critical thinking through creative problem solving. Artists will use their work hours to plan and facilitate 3-day projects. Specific curriculum will be developed in conjunction with Wassaic Project’s Education Directors and local teachers.
Artist in residence thru December 2014 are invited to submit proposals for inclusion in the 2015 Wassaic Project Summer Exhibition or 2015 Summer Festival. Artists participating January 2015 and after will be invited to submit proposals for 2016.
All artists are required to participate in a monthly evening of conversation consisting of artist’s talks, films, performances, and presentations, followed by a themed round-counter dinner discussion in the residency houses. Artists are also required to be available during monthly open-studios.
Additionally, the Wassaic Artist Residency facilitates one-on-one studio visits with professional artists and curators at least twice per month.
PARTNERS/ COLLABORATORS/ PETS
Collaborative teams willing to share a bedroom and a studio may share the cost of enrollment, however must pay an additional impact fee of $100 per month. Couples who are both artists (willing to share a bedroom, but who need separate studios) need to apply separately and should make note on their applications that they are a couple. They should also note whether they would be willing to come if their partner is not accepted.
Accepted artists are welcome to bring spouses/partner to the Wassaic Artist Residency, but must also pay the additional monthly impact fee of $100.
Residents may bring their dog. Dogs require an in-person interview and an additional monthly impact fee of $100 per month.
Residents are selected by a review committee composed of the Wassaic Project Co-Directors and professionals in the field. They will be selected based on the quality of their work, commitment to their practice, and ability to interact positively with the community at large.
What you need to apply:
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-URL (if available)
-Which month(s) are you applying for?
-Are you applying for a fellowship? If so, please specify the amount of fellowship you are applying for and give a BRIEF statement of need.
-If you applying for an Education Fellowship, please briefly describe your teaching experience and interest.
-Are you applying as a collaborative team? If so, please specify if you need separate beds.
-Are you planning on bringing a spouse or pet?
-Proposal detailing what you think you might work on while in Wassaic.
– Work Samples (see details below)
– If your work is time based or has video documentation, please include a link where your work can best be seen (your website, YouTube, Vimeo, etc). Please make sure that this link stays active for the duration of the consideration process.
ARTIST WORK SAMPLES
10 images with label info including title, medium, year, dimensions
If your work is time based or has video documentation, please include a link where your work can best be seen (your website, YouTube, Vimeo, etc).
WRITING WORK SAMPLES
PLAY WRITING / SCREEN WRITING One or two work samples – up to 10 pages for a play script or treatment.
WRITERS OF FICTION, NONFICTION 2 work samples – no more than 10 pages total double spaced.
POETRY at least 2 work samples no more than 6 pages total.
A Publication list.
Deadline: June 20th, 2014 11:59PM EST
Phone (voicemail only): (845) 605-2715
The James Rosenquist Artist Residency is a one-semester program that began spring semester 2007 for visual artists at the NDSU Department of Visual Arts in Fargo, ND. NDSU Visual Arts provides artists with a stipend, studio, access to technology and facilities beyond home studio and living quarters; culminating in a solo exhibition at the university gallery. Artists pay for their own travel and shipping. In addition, Rosenquist residents are required to teach one course during the semester which optimizes their talent in consultation with the Department.
1. Stipend of $6000
2. Apartment or house to reside
3. Materials per consultation with the Department
4. Solo Exhibition at the Memorial Union Gallery @ NDSU
5. 24/7 studio space
6. Access to the entire department facility per consultation with the Department
1. Artist will be asked to present a public lecture.
2. Artist will be asked to allow students and community visitors to interact when in residence per consultation with Department.
3. Artist must speak English fluently.
4. Artist will teach a semester art course related to personal artwork.
5. Artists must sign a residency agreement.
6. Artist in Residence is required to donate one piece of artwork completed during the residency to the James Rosenquist Artist Residency Collection.
To apply for the James Rosenquist Artist Residency please send the following
1. Resume, including education and exhibition record.
2. One page letter describing what you hope to achieve while in residence at NDSU.
3. Digital images (quantity: 20) should be JPEG or TIFF format at 300 dpi, and 6 inches on the largest side. CD and DVD must be labeled with your name and labled. The CD/DVD will not be returned.
James Rosenquist Artist Residency
Dept 2330, North Dakota State University
PO Box 6050
Fargo, ND 58108-6050