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Infusion Gallery - Open Portfolio Review
http://www.info@infusiongallery.com

The Infusion Gallery in Los Angeles, California announces a call to artists. All media, styles and levels of artist accepted. For details visit http://www.infusiongallery.com/portfolio_review.html. Deadline: open.


ING DISCERNING EYE COMPETITION CALL FOR ENTRIES 2008
http://www.parkerharris.co.uk

NEW ARTISTS, NEW AUDIENCES The ING Discerning Eye invites artists to submit works for its annual exhibition in 2008. Sponsored by ING Wholesale Banking, this is an exhibition of small works independently selected by six prominent figures from the art world: two artists, two collectors and two critics. Among the selectors this year are television journalist and broadcaster, Jon Snow; head of National Programmes at the British Museum, Frances Carey; Royal Academician Fred Cuming and collector and former Chairman of Discerning Eye, Bob Benton. Each selector curates one section of the exhibition, drawing his or her own selection from works submitted by the public and the works of artists they have personally invited to exhibit. Each selector is given their own hanging space within the gallery, so that all six sections have distinct personalities. The works of lesser-known artists therefore appear alongside those of established artists, awarded the stamp of approval by a fellow artist, collector, or critic. The uniqueness of having each work chosen by an eminent individual, unlike in a group selected show, has earned the exhibition an excellent reputation among art lovers and collectors alike. Each year, the exhibition helps to connect hundreds of new artists with new audiences. Painting, prints, drawing, photography and sculpture are accepted, the only criteria being, first, that works should not exceed 20 inches in their largest dimension and, secondly, all works must be for sale. Artists may submit up to six works. Regional collection points will be provided across the UK. The London submission days are 5 and 6 September 2008 at the Mall Galleries, SW1. Further information and entry forms are downloadable from www.parkerharris.co.uk. Alternatively send an SAE to The ING Discerning Eye, PO Box 279, Esher, Surrey, KT10 8YZ. For general information, telephone 01372 462190 or email DE@parkerharris.co.uk


ING Fresh Eyes Call For Entries
http://www.ingfresheyes.com

ING FRESH EYES 2008 - CALL FOR UK ENTRIES ING is one of the largest sponsors in Formula 1. The company is also a major corporate art collector. Fresh Eyes celebrates both. Working with artists across the world to interpret the unique spirit and passion of Formula 1, Fresh Eyes is a unique and exciting project that has already inspired some amazing artwork. In 2007, ING took emerging artists behind the scenes at nine Formula 1 Grands Prix races around the world. The results were exhibited in London and auctioned for ING’s chosen charities, Great Ormond Street Hospital and Chances for Children. In 2008, ING is extending this opportunity to everyone. Each winner will work alongside a resident artist, to produce art that represents the passion and excitement of Formula 1. C All artists, amateur and professional, are invited to enter an open art competition to win a unique experience painting alongside the internationally known artist Sir Peter Blake, at the British Formula 1 ING Grand Prix on, 5th and 6th July 2008. At the Grand Prix, you will work with Sir Peter to create your own artwork reflecting the passion of Formula 1. You will have full access including the Pit and trackside over the practice and race days to paint and draw and be inspired. In October 2008 one of your artworks resulting from the Grand Prix will be shown in London, UK and auctioned at a Gala Preview in London to raise money for ING’s chosen charities, Great Ormond Street Hospital and Chances for Children. The selected artist will be chosen by the world famous artist Sir Peter Blake, Renault F1 Managing Director, Flavio Briatore and The Times Art Critic, Rachel Campbell Johnston. Closing deadline for entries is Friday 20th June 2008. RULES FOR ENTRY For Australia, Hungary, Belgium, Spain and UK, artists must be resident in the country of the national event being entered. Open to all artists, amateur and professional. Artists must be over 18 years of age at time of entry. Artists must be able to attend both practice and race days of the British Formula 1 Grand Prix on the, 5th and 6th July 2008. Artist’s reasonable travel and accommodation costs for attending the event will be covered by ING. All artist’s materials for creating art work is the responsibility of the artist. Copyright of the selected painting will become the property of ING in all media worldwide. One painting created by the artist will be shown in London, UK in October 2008 and auctioned and all proceeds given to ING’s chosen charities, Great Ormond Street Hospital and Chances for Children. HOW TO ENTER Closing deadline for entries is Friday 20th June 2008. Entry is free. Artists may submit up to three images to www.ingfresheyes.com and enter by filling in the on line application form. For all enquiries please contact fresheyes@parkerharris.co.uk Tel: +44 1372462190


ING Unsung Heros Education Award
http://www.cac.ca.gov/othergrants/ogdetail.php?id=37

ING Unsung Heros Education Award - Deadline: 04-30-2008


Inge.hoffman@yahoo.com

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INSIDE
http://www.blankmediacollective.org/news/comments/opportunity_inside

Blank Media Collective invites emerging artists to submit works which trigger the collective subconscious of the viewing audience. Through immersing the participant within the viewing space, Inside explores the psychological connection between the audience and the work, demonstrating art’s ability to unsettle, move and disturb. **EXTENDED DEADLINE 14th OCTOBER** Please contact Kate Charlton or Peter Fallon for further information or assistance about the submission process. Submissions should be sent via email in pdf or .doc format with images in jpeg format to exhibitions@blankmediacollective.org clearly stating ‘Submission: Inside FAO Kate & Peter’.


Inspired!
http://www.greaterdandenong.com/Documents.asp?ID=9717&Title=Inspir...

Heritage Hill And Historic Gardens and the City of Greater Dandenong are pleased to introduce Inspired! Prizes: $1000, $600, $400, $150


Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences (IAMAS)
http://www.iamas.ac.jp/index_E.html

IAMAS is an 'educational institution producing media masters well attuned with current trends in multimedia and information technology'. International visual artists and those working 'media art' are invited to apply for residencies between April and September. Residents receive access to equipment and a contribution to accommodation and living costs.


Institutional Presenter Support
http://www.arts.state.mn.us/grants/institutional_presenter_support.htm

Institutional Presenter Support — This program provides unrestricted operating support to large and medium-sized arts organizations that present live performance, exhibitions, or screenings in the visual, performing, or literary arts. Applications are accepted every two years. The next deadline for applications will be January 16, 2009.


Institutional Presenter Support
http://www.arts.state.mn.us/grants/institutional_presenter_support.htm

Institutional Presenter Support — This program provides unrestricted operating support to large and medium-sized arts organizations that present live performance, exhibitions, or screenings in the visual, performing, or literary arts. Applications are accepted every two years. The next deadline for applications will be January 16, 2009.


Institutional Support
http://www.arts.wa.gov/grants/institutional.shtml

Institutional Support provides Washington's largest arts organizations ( those with budgets over $528,000) with operating grants ranging from $9,000 to $47,000. This program is currently not open to new applicants.


Institutional Support
http://www.arts.state.mn.us/grants/institutional_support.htm

Institutional Support — This program provides unrestricted operating support to high-quality, established arts organizations that produce or exhibit works of art, or offer a broad range of services to artists.Applications are accepted every two years. The next deadline for applications will be January 16, 2009.


Institutional Support
http://www.nd.gov/arts/inst_supp_guidelines07.htm

Institutional Support The Institutional Support program is designed to benefit artists, arts organizations, and the general public. The program provides general support for local arts councils and other non-profit organizations that provide artistic performances, exhibitions, publications, classes, workshops, and special events in all arts disciplines. This is a three-year grant program with applications accepted again in 2010. Intent to Apply Deadline All applicants must submit a letter stating their intent to apply no later than January 15, 2007 (postmark). Letters must be printed on either the applicant organization’s letterhead or e-mailed directly to the NDCA jwebb@nd.gov.


Institutional Support
http://www.arts.wa.gov/grants/institutional.shtml

Institutional Support provides Washington's largest arts organizations ( those with budgets over $528,000) with operating grants ranging from $9,000 to $47,000. This program is currently not open to new applicants.


Institutional Support
http://www.arts.state.mn.us/grants/institutional_support.htm

Institutional Support — This program provides unrestricted operating support to high-quality, established arts organizations that produce or exhibit works of art, or offer a broad range of services to artists.Applications are accepted every two years. The next deadline for applications will be January 16, 2009.


Integrated Arts Program for Artists
http://www.canadacouncil.ca/grants/interarts/wi128333901660854927.htm

Integrated Arts Program for Artists


Integrated Arts Program for Organizations: Annual and Multi-year Creation/Production Grants
http://www.canadacouncil.ca/grants/interarts/zk128366982385559584.htm

Integrated Arts Program for Organizations: Annual and Multi-year Creation/Production Grants


Integrated Arts Program for Organizations: Co-creation, Co-production, Programming, Hosting, and Support and Development Grants
http://www.canadacouncil.ca/grants/interarts/jb128366936717339021.htm

Integrated Arts Program for Organizations: Co-creation, Co-production, Programming, Hosting, and Support and Development Grants


Integrated Arts Program for Organizations: Touring Grants
http://www.canadacouncil.ca/grants/interarts/cd128384912058970356.htm

Integrated Arts Program for Organizations: Touring Grants


Integrated Arts Program for Organizations: Touring Grants
http://www.canadacouncil.ca/grants/interarts/cd128384912058970356.htm

Integrated Arts Program for Organizations: Touring Grants


INTERACTIVOS? Lima'09: Magic and Technology - International Project Development Workshop
http://www.medialab-prado.es

Deadline for entries: February 15, 2009 Call for collaborators: March 6, 2009 Medialab-Prado and the Cultural Center of Spain in Lima (Peru) issue a call for the presentation of projects to be developed within the INTERACTIVOS?' Lima'09: Magic and Technology workshop, to be carried out in Lima from April 13 through 28, 2009. The aim is the selection of a maximum of 8 proposals for the development of software pieces and interactive installations that propose a rethinking of the usual scenario in magic tricks. The workshop proposes to explore the use of open hardware and software tools in a collective and interdisciplinary manner in order to create technological prototypes with success in the Media from different perspectives: playful, creative and critical. The call is aimed at artists, magicians, engineers, musicians, programmers, designers, architects, hackers, psychologists, etc. Contact: interactivos (at) medialab-prado.es More information: http://medialab-prado.es/article/interactivos_lima08_magia_y_tecnologia Organizers: Cultural Center of Spain in Lima (AECID) and Medialab-Prado (Madrid City Council) Medialab-Prado Área de Las Artes, Ayuntamiento de Madrid Plaza de las Letras Alameda, 15 28014 Madrid Tfno. +34 914 202 754 www.medialab-prado.es


Internatioanl Artist Open Call: TFHMF Award 2014
http://www.tfhmfaward.com

The TFHMF Award 2014 is a brand new crowd funded award created by the renowned Dutch and Finnish art foundations Tupajumi and HeavyMerryFinland. The main objective by both organizations is to promote (inter)national artists worldwide at key locations within local art scenes. This year Tupajumi and HeavyMerryFinland present five top artists in a group exhibition at the popular Swedish Supermarket art fair selected by an international jury of critics, art professionals, and colleague artists. One of them will win the TFHMF Award, including prize money raised by the visitors of the art fair. HOW TO ENTER The TFHMF Award 2014 is an international award for the very best in contemporary art. If you want to be presented by Tupajumi and HeavyMerryFinland at the Swedish Supermarket art fair and win the award, you can enter 1-3 artworks for the jury to select. All works submitted will be displayed on our website. Out of all the artworks entered a long-list will be made which consist out of 25 artworks. This long-list will be on view via a video loop in our booth at the art fair. The professional jury will further narrow down the long-list in to a selection of 5 finalists, which will be physically on display at the Supermarket art fair. Visitors of the art fair will now play a pivotal role in determining who the actual winner will be. They will be asked to cast a vote on their favourite artwork (with a minimum of €1 per vote). They decide who the lucky winner will be and they contribute to the prize money. We of course will do our utmost to get as many votes as possible. The competition is open for all artists. The criteria for entering is that the artwork should be original, contemporary and challenging. With many people from the professional art scene viewing our website and visiting our stand at the Supermarket art fair, we invite you to send in your best artworks. The highly regarded art fair will be held at the Kulturhuset in Stockholm, Sweden from February 14-16, 2014. Close to a hundred international artist run galleries and initiatives present their organizations and their affiliated artists to thousands of visitors. It’s the Scandinavian Art Event of the Year! Both the jury members and the two organizing parties will have a chance to see your artwork and resumé (CV) and might select you to participate for future projects. Consider it curatorial speed dating. The call for entries for the TFHMF Award 2014 will run from the 16th of December 2013 until January 19th, 2014. More info: http://www.tfhmfaward.com/ KEY DATES 19 January 2014 – Deadline for entries by 12pm 24 January 2014 – Shortlist announced and all participants informed on results 14-16 February 2014 – Exhibition at Supermarket Art Fair 16 February 2014 – TFHMF Award Winner announced at 16.00hrs. A CROWD FUNDED AWARD 1. Participants themselves partially crowd fund the TFHMF Award 2014 by contributing a small participation fee 2. In order to vote for their favorite artwork, visitors of the art fair pay a small fee to cast their votes, amounting in the prize money to be won 3. The organization of the TFHMF Award will start an extra crowd funding campaign in order to further raise the award money All the organizational work for the TFHMF award done by the Tupajumi foundation, HeavyMerryFinland and the jury-members is completely done on a voluntary base and in a non profit manner.


INTERNATIONAL PAINTING CAMP - TESCANI 2009
http://www.transferproject2008.blogspot.com/

Sampling Spaces Project Where: Romania, Bacau, Tescani - “Dumitru and Alice Rosetti - Tescanu – George Enescu” Department Period: August 1 - 21st, 2009 Deadline: May 20th, 2009 THE “GEORGE ENESCU” NATIONAL MUSEUM (Bucharest), together with the „Dumitru and Alice Rosetti - Tescanu – George Enescu” Department (Tescani, Bacau) and The Museum of Art Bacau, invite artists from all countries, including Romania, to apply for the International Painting Camp – Tescani 2009 : August 1 – 21st, 2009 The host institution will provide during the camp (21 days) the complete accommodation, including food and working materials, for 12 selected artists ( 6 from Romania, 6 from abroad). The closing date for submissions is May 20th, 2009 (postmark) General information The project is part of a series of residencies programmes developed by The ''George Enescu” National Museum since 2007, intented to stimulate the contemporary creation in the field of music, literature and visual arts. The residences are held at „Dumitru and Alice Rosetti - Tescanu – George Enescu” Department and comprises important artistic involvments, from Romania and abroad, as well as partnerships with different cultural institutions, like ProHelvetia, Romanian Cultural Institut, The ''Iulian Antonescu” Museum, Bacau. Concept/Programme The project aims to generate and facilitate cultural and artistic exchange, promoting the mobility and interaction, as a unic way for an artist to enrich his experience. Artists from all countries, including Romania, working in the field of painting, graphic and illustration, interested of various forms of painting intervention, are eligible to apply. Selected artists will have the chance to work on a proposed project, but also to reconsider their current practices. They have the opportunity to directly familiarise themselves with the work of local and international artists, to exchange future projects. The works done within the project will be presented in group exhibition in Bucharest and will be published in a catalogue. Theme Sampling spaces This idea covers the wide notion of space as it is perceived in light of the extension of urban space. The latter implies a new contextualization of what one understands by “space”. To mentally perceive space means to organize it. The current theme offers towards assessment various conceptions of space, suggesting deconstructive interpretations, abandonment of context, interference, and so on, without leaving out metaphors or illusory characteristics. One will encourage speculation of the whole range of tensions and emotional reactions which are brought forth when historical agreement on representation and description of space meets subjective and random perceptions. Key words: manipulated images, quoted lines, elements emphasizing the architectural nature of space, the usage of figurative or abstract modules suggesting spaces in motion. How to apply You can apply via e-mail, not later than May 20th, at the following address: transfer.tescani@gmail.com or you can send the application directly to THE “GEORGE ENESCU” NATIONAL MUSEUM at the down address, together with the following documents: - a curriculum vitae, comprising contact details (Word or PDF format) - a recent photograph - a work proposal, related to the project’s topic (not to exceed 1 page) - 7 photographs of recent works (jpeg format for e-mail applications) Postal address: MUZEUL NATIONAL « GEORGE ENESCU » Bucuresti, Calea Victoriei, nr. 141, sector 1 ROMANIA Tel: (021) 318.14.50 e-mail: office@georgeenescu.ro More pictures with the past edition of the project , 1 -21st August 2008 , including participating artists: http://transferproject2008.blogspot.com/2008/09/transfer-project-tescani-2008.html Organizing institution The “George Enescu” National Museum (Bucharest) is dedicated to the greatest Romanian composer – George Enescu. The museum has three departments, the main in Bucharest (Cantacuzino Palace) and two other departments, that are also dedicated to George Enescu’s memory: Memorial House „Villa Luminis” (Sinaia, Prahova) and „Dumitru and Alice Rosetti - Tescanu – George Enescu” Cultural Centre (Tescani, Bacau). Host institution The Department “Dumitru and Alice Rosetti - Tescanu – George Enescu” is situated in Tescani county, 40 km from Bacau, a beautiful touristic region, surrounded by mountains and hills. The department hosts a Memorial House dedicated to George Enescu, being located in a former manor, that belonged to Princess Maria Cantacuzino, the composer’s wife. Due to its surrounding area, that offers an interesting setting in terms of landscape and culture, the department hosts, each year, international programmes of residencies for writers, visual artists and musicians, as well as concerts, exhibitions, conferences, summer schools. Accommodation / Working conditions The organizing institution will provide, as mentioned above, the complete accommodation, single, comfortable room, including 3 meals/per day and working materials. Artists are offered a shared equipped workshop and a plenty of space in open air, in the surrounding area. see here some pictures with venue & accommodation: http://transferproject2008.blogspot.com/2008/06/blog-post.html Facilities - complete accommodation, single comfortable room - 3 meals / day (Romanian and international cuisine) - working materials - a shared equipped workshop - access to technical support: computer, DVD player, video projector, screen and TV - the transport costs only for Romanian area (from the airport to Tescani, and for the way back) Eligibility - Professional artists having a certain experience and achievement in the field of painting, drawing, illustration, are eligible to apply. - No age limit - Guest artists should be open to exchange with international artists. The participants will be selected by a jury of curators and art critics.


International Art Space (IASKA)
http://www.iaska.com.au

International Art Space (IASKA), Perth Business Centre, PO Box 8087, Perth, BC WA 6849 Australia. Tel: 61-8-9224-2888. 4 artists for up to 3 month residencies; AIR Program with community interaction required of artists.


International Artist Camp (workshop)
http://www.kamanart.blogspot.com/

International Artist Village camp of India(Rajasthan) It a great honour for us to invite visual artist for an art camp in the most colourful state of India that is known for its rich culture tradition. It people themselves define the beautiful and varied aspects through colours. Expression has different faces hare, religion, spirituality; social believes all make a while picture of genre called life. Our society take immense pleasure to invite artist from all over the world to exchange their ideas, thought this interactive media of art. The key to our art camp is the fine interaction of the village life with the natural habitat how beautifully they derive their inspiration for creative urge from these natural resources. The Workshop will bring together 12-15 international artists practicing in a wide variety of media, to work among each other, and share ideas and methods for a period of 14 days in the serene village SAR link: http://villagesar.blogspot.com/ The Camp will provide the selected artist with full lodging and food, working space, local transportation and a small material stipend. All visual artist are hereby free to explore their thought by making the best use of the above said them. * Workshop Date 12 December 2009 to 25 December 2009 * Application deadline 5 th November 2009 Email : kamanartjodhpur@gmail.com Curator : Nilesh Sidhpuria


International Artist Residencies/2008-Hungary
http://www.hungarian-multicultural-center.com

deadline 3/25/2008 Call for artists - A.I.R. International Artists Residencies/FilmFest -Summer 2008- Hungary The Hungarian Multicultural Center is currently accepting applications for the Csopak/Balatonfured - International Artist/Writer Residencies and FilmFest Program Dates: Tuesday, May 20 - Thursday, June 12, 2008 Thuesday, June 17 - Thursday, July 10, 2008 Tuesday, July 15 - Thursday, August 7, 2008 Submission Deadline: Tuesday, March 25, 2008 FilmFest Dates: August 5-6, 2008 Submission Deadline: Tuesday, April 15, 2008 The HMC invites interested visual artists, musicians, film makers and writers to submit application for its residency/FilmFest -2008. Exhibition/FilmFest are arranged at Congress Center, Balatonfured. Great opportunity for artists:
Culture is the true identity power. In this context the major role of the artists is to promote through art cultural
diversity and preserve common values. Intercultural dialogue through art is an important instrument. Art is not a means - art is a space in which everything is possible, in which different times, subjects and objects, sometimes divergent,
coexist. And not just coexist, but communicate and create values. Through art, culture, tolerance, initiating a dialogue among nations, among various artistic expressions, a real dialog among real people. Culture communicates in the
language of heart, which is understood by everybody. For artists, communication is essential – both with the audience
– the art consumer, and with representatives of national and international art groups. For application form or questions please write to bszechy@yahoo.com


International Artist Residency Opportunity at Cent Quatre
http://www.104.fr

CENTQUATRE a new Parisian passage where all the arts meet - a truly unique artistic production site - 39,000 m² (200,000 sq. feet) dedicated to all the arts - the will to redifine the relationship between audiences and the arts ALL DISCIPLINES Digital Arts / Fine Arts / Graphic Novels / Cinema / Circus Arts / Dance / Design / Documentary Film / Graphic design / Literature / Fashion / Music / Landscape Architecture / Performing arts / Photography / Set Design / Theatre / Video... Specific and non-specific audiences RESIDENCIES run from 3 to 12 months APPLICATION FORM information and application online: www.104.fr


International Artist Village camp of India
http://www.kamanart.blogspot.com/

International Artist Village camp of India(Rajasthan) It a great honour for us to invite visual artist for an art camp in the most colourful state of India that is known for its rich culture tradition. It people themselves define the beautiful and varied aspects through colours. Expression has different faces hare, religion, spirituality; social believes all make a while picture of genre called life. Our society take immense pleasure to invite artist from all over the world to exchange their ideas, thought this interactive media of art. The key to our art camp is the fine interaction of the village life with the natural habitat how beautifully they derive their inspiration for creative urge from these natural resources. All visual artist are hereby free to explore their thought by making the best use of the above said them. • Workshop Date 12 December 2009 to 25 December 2009 • Application deadline 5 th November 2009 Email : kamanartjodhpur@gmail.com


International Artist Village camp of India(Rajasthan)
http://www.kamanart.blogspot.com/

It a great honour for us to invite visual artist for an art camp in the most colourful state of India that is known for its rich culture tradition. It people themselves define the beautiful and varied aspects through colours. Expression has different faces hare, religion, spritiuality; social believes all make a while picture of genre called life. Our society take immense pleasure to invite artist from all over the world to exchange their ideas, thought this interactive media of art. The key to our art camp is the fine interaction of the village life with the natural habitat how beautifully they derive their inspiration for creative urge from these natural resources. All visual artist are hereby free to explore their thought by making the best use of the above said them. • Workshop Date 12 December 2009 to 25 December 2009 • Application deadline 5 th November 2009 Email : kamanartjodhpur@gmail.com


INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS
http://www.artscouncil-ni.org/award/award.htm#apply

As part of its strategy to enhance the international profile and reputation of Northern Irish arts, the Arts Council offers assistance with profiling and international marketing material Who can apply? Individual artists in any discipline who have experience in or proven potential for exhibition, performance or other artistic presentation in the international arena. In exceptional circumstances, established artists currently undertaking recognised academic courses may be considered. Individual artists must demonstrate that they have a sufficient body of work to produce international profile material. This may include excerpts of music, videos, slides or written texts etc.


International Artists Centre
http://www.dialcom.pl/artistscentre

International Artists Centre, ul. Jackowskiego5, PL 60508 Poznan, Poland. Tel: 011-48-61-8-48-3777.


International Artists' Studio Programme/Iaspis
http://www.iaspis.com

International Artists' Studio Programme/Iaspis, c/o Konstnarmammden Box 1212, Birger Jarls Torg 5nb, 11182 Stockholm, Sweden. Tel.: 011-46-8-141490. Residencies of 2-6 mos., Eleven artists at a time in Stockhom plus 3 at other locations. Room, travel expenses, stipend.


INTERNATIONAL AWARDS - NORTHERN IRELAND
http://www.artscouncil-ni.org/award/international.htm

These awards enable individual artists working internationally, including GB or the Republic of Ireland, to: develop exchanges take up self-arranged residencies Who can apply? Artists of all disciplines and in all types of working practice Priority will be given to applications from individual disabled artists. Please Note: A disabled artist who applies for and is awarded a grant under this scheme, and who requires a personal assistant to travel with them, is entitled to claim funding towards the costs of a personal assistant What can you apply for? Travel, accommodation, visas, subsistence, carriage, insurance and approved exhibition/performance/materials costs. How much money is available? The maximum award is


INTERNATIONAL CALL Drawing Book
http://www.edgeone.blogspot.com/search/label/Call

Hello, I invite you to an easy-to-do collaboration project. At the Hungarian University of Fine Arts – Intermedia Department is a task for me to make a drawing book collaborated with other people. This book will be exhibited in Budapest. I hopefully ask you to send me an image (not only drawing – any media) (an existing graphic or a quick –one minute– sketch is ok) for me by e-mail (to robot84@gmail.com). I’m going to put it in the book. Later this book will be a publisher edition. Feel free to ask me about this project by e-mail. I wish you the bests, sincerely! Jozsef Sos, Hungary E-mail: robot84@gmail.com


International Center for Jefferson Studies - Short-term Fellowships for Jefferson-related Projects
http://www.monticello.org/icjs/programs.html

Residential fellowships at the Center, located in Charlottesville, are awarded for up to 4 months for scholars working on projects related to Thomas Jefferson. Travel Grants: The grants are available for short-term visits to Monticello or the Center. DEADLINES - April 1 and November 1.


International Child Art Foundation
http://www.icaf.org

Dedicated to promoting child art and visual learning globally. Site includes contest and event information, and links to drawing sites and galleries.


International Child Art Foundation
http://www.icaf.org/

International Child Art Foundation - dedicated to promoting child art and visual learning globally. Site includes contest and event information, and links to drawing sites and galleries.


International Christian Art Competition
http://www.ART4GOD.com

We promote and honor excellence in Christian Art worldwide. For years ART for GOD and Stephen Sawyer have encouraged artists with more than just words. Professional and aspiring artists age 16 and older are invited to become part of the future of Christian art.


International Competition of CyberArts
http://www.aec.at

This category of the Prix Ars Electronica is open to: works of 2D or 3D computer animation, digital short films and narratives, character animation, abstract CG animation, scientific visualizations, commercials, music videos, visual effects, CG for the creative manipulation or enhancement of live action scenes, real-time CG, game cutscenes, machinima, generative visuals, etc. CATEGORIES COMPUTER ANIMATION / FILM / VFX INTERACTIVE ART DIGITAL MUSIC HYBRID ART DIGITAL COMMUNITIES u19 – FREESTYLE COMPUTING MEDIA.ART.RESEARCH AWARD


International Competition on Art and Artificial Life. VIDA 10.0
http://www.telefonica.es/vida

Fundaci


International Cultural Center UFA-Fabrik Berlin
http://www.ufafabrik.de

International Cultural Center UFA-Fabrik Berlin, Victoriastr. 13, D-12105 Berlin, Germany. Tel: 001-49-30-755-03-150.


International Cultural Center UFA-Fabrik Berlin
http://www.ufafabrik.de

International Cultural Center UFA-Fabrik Berlin, Victoriastr. 13, D-12105 Berlin, Germany. Tel: 001-49-30-755-03-150


interNational Drawing Annual 2007
http://www.manifestgallery.org/nda2007

The Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center (Cincinnati, Ohio) is now accepting entries for the 'interNational Drawing Annual 2007'. Open to all. Students and professionals are encouraged to submit. $10 per work submitted. Awards: $700 first, $200 second, $100 third. The competition is juried by a committee of professional and academic advisors. Deadline: December 31, 2007.


interNational Drawing Annual 2007
http://www.manifestgallery.org

Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center


International Festival-Fair, THEATRE METHODS 09, Between Tradition and Contemporaneity
http://www.iugte.com/projects/TM09.php

July 6-12, 2009, Bovec, Slovenia. 'Theatre Methods' is the annual professional festival-fair dedicated to the Bridge between Tradition and Contemporaneity in performing arts. The festival is an opportunity to demonstrate methods of training in traditional theatre and to present contemporary works created as the result of traditional theatre training techniques. At the moment THEATRE METHODS 09 has been accepting presentation proposals. Presentation format: performance (not requiring special technical conditions); workshop/master class; work in progress; reading/lecture; and any other way of demonstration to the presenter's discretion. The festival is aimed at new international contacts, creative exchange and communication. 'TM' does not imply opportunity of a one-day tour. Important condition of 'TM' is that performers and theatres presenting works at the festival participate in the whole programme from the first to the last day - attending other festival events, workshops, performances, etc. Links to web sites are not considered as the application. If you wish to present your work at TM09, please become familiar with Submission Guidelines before submitting your proposal: www.iugte.com/projects/fest.reg.php; www.iugte.com/projects/TM09.php.


International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award
http://www.impacdublinaward.ie/


International Intelligence on Culture
http://www.intelculture.org

IIC provides an information helpdesk on looking for funding opportunities for international projects, residencies overseas, cultural policies and contacts overseas, European Union funding and as a starting point for information on touring overseas. Their free enquiry helpdesk is provided for artists and arts organisations.


International Intelligence on Culture
http://www.intelculture.org

IIC provides an information helpdesk on looking for funding opportunities for international projects, residencies overseas, cultural policies and contacts overseas, European Union funding and as a starting point for information on touring overseas. Their free enquiry helpdesk is provided for artists and arts organisations.


INTERNATIONAL JURIED ART COMPETITION Y O U - T U B E - I T
http://www.peakgallery.com

Organizers of “YOU-TUBE-IT” are proud to present this opportunity to artists all over the world.  The competition should be understood as a chance to harness creative talent, in hopes of delving insight into concepts of social, personal and commercial suppression.   JURORS Mr. David Liss – Artistic Director and Curator - Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto, Ontario, CANADA Mr. Christof Migone – Director and Curator - Blackwood Gallery, University of Toronto, Mississauga, Ontario, CANADA Ms. Rhiannon Vogl – Curatorial Assistant, Contemporary Art - National Gallery of Canada | Musée des beaux-arts du Canada, Ottawa, Ontario CANADA


International Juried Art Show - FREEDOM
http://www.alteredesthetics.org/

United States Minnesota, Minneapolis - Contests, Juried Art Shows, Acrylic, Ceramics, Crafts, Digital Media, Glass, Mosiac, Illustration, Mixed media, Sculpture, Watercolor, Oil, Pastel, Photography, Poetry, Video/Film Art Gallery Altered Esthetics is a nonprofit community gallery run by artists, for artists. We work to sustain the historical role of artists as a true voice of society through our exhibits, events, services, workshops and programs. The 2008 International Juried Show theme is ‘Freedom.’ Art submissions must relate to this theme; artistic interpretations are encouraged. All entries will be exhibited online and digital representations will remain displayed in Altered Esthetics permanent online archives. The show will be juried internationally by all participating artists with special awards being granted by the Altered Esthetics Curatorial Team. The top three Artists’ Choice finalists in each category will be invited to exhibit their winning artwork at Altered Esthetics’ Resident Artists Show in July 2008. Artists will be awarded titles for: Artists’ Choice: Best in Category, Artists’ Choice: Best in Show Curators’ Choice: Best in Category, Curators’ Choice: Best in Show. Entry fee is $10 per submission, up to a limit of 5 total submissions. $200 and more in awards, prizes, TBA Altered Esthetics, 1224 Quincy Street NE, 55413, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States


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