Here are a few artist opportunities that have come to our attention recently, including one local opportunity!
Where: MOCA Tucson
What: Artists working in all media and at any stage of their career are welcome to apply for a residency. Each selected artists will each a 400 sq. ft. live/work space to create new work with the option of a solo presentation of that work in January 2018. Artists are required to spend a minimum of 25 hours/week working in their studio. Artists will have free WiFi, access to shared bathrooms/kitchens/library/living space, and access to a shared woodshop/production space. Artists are encouraged to give a public lecture and/or workshop during the course of the residency for which stipends will be offered.
Eligibility: All applicants must be able to work in the United States, 18 years or older, not currently enrolled in any degree program, and able to demonstrate need for a studio.
When: 3 weeks to 3 months between October 1 and December 31.
Benefits: Live/work space, exhibition opportunity, marketing support, short video documenting artists’ experiences, arranged curator visits, and a nominal $1,000 production stipend. Artists are responsible for travel to/from the residency.
Deadline: Tuesday, August 1, 5pm PST.
Application Process: Apply here.
Where: Clayworks, Charlotte, NC, the fourth largest non-profit ceramic teaching facility in the country
What: Clayworks seeks applicants for Cups in Common, an exhibition celebrating the ceramic mug. Selected applicants will have the opportunity to exhibit in Clayworks Gallery alongside a small group of nationally-recognized artists invited to participate by Clayworks.Juror: Linda Arbuckle, well-known majolica artist, and professor emerita of ceramics at University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
Entry Fee: $25
Application Process: Submit up to three submissions (individual mugs or sets) via callforentry.org.
VIDEO ART FESTIVAL
Where: Brooklyn Bazaar in New York City
What: Open call for the second edition of the Rotative Repository of Latin American Video Art: Single Channel. This year’s edition will continue with the structure of last year’s ‘Rotative’ exhibition which was inspired by the classic Latin American cinema program of the 1960s-1980s. A popular Sunday activity, people would go to the cinema to see three or four movies playing throughout the day on the same screen for one ticket. Based on this model, Rotative Repository will showcase two hours of single channel work from approximately 10-15 artists to play on repeat throughout the day, all projected on the same screen, back to back. The program will focus on works that explore the meaning and action of displacement and relocation.
Jury: Rocío Aranda-Alvarado, Curator at Museo del Barrio; Omar López-Chahoud, Independent Curator and Artistic Director of UNTITLED, Miami; Hernán Rivera Luque, Artist and Independent Curator
Eligibility: All single channel video work from any latin American artist working in any part of the world. No limits on the genre. Works from documentary to animation will be accepted.
When: Event takes place on October 22, 2017
Deadline: September 1, 2017
Application Process: Beginning July 15, submit here.
More details here.
OPEN EXHIBITION CALL
Where: Antenna, New Orleans, LA
What: Open Call for solo exhibitions during 2018 calendar year
Jury: Panel of some of Antenna Gallery members.
Eligibility: Individual Visual Artists or Collaboratives working in any media are encouraged to apply.
When: 2018 calendar year
Benefits: Solo exhibition, honorarium of $1000, paid shipping, paid travel to/from New Orleans for install and opening, accommodations in Antenna’s residency space, and access to Antenna’s print facilities to public catalog or other items.
Deadline: September 20, 2017
Application Process: Apply through submittable.