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Art Opportunities Monthly (AOM) is offering a free, no-obligation 3-month subscription to introduce its new format. It is now much easier to read, a snap to search and it looks nice, too.
AOM, a monthly list of opportunities for artists and photographers world-wide, has been around for over 10 years. It is preferred by professional artists because it screens out the scams and for-profit "contests" and presents each hand-selected opp in a quick-to-scan capsulized form. It is sent in a highly search-able, freshly organized PDF directly to your email addresses.
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All Art Initiatives - Call for Entries
All Art Initiatives Call for Entries
The Métamatic Research Initiative is launching a call for entries to commission six individual art works in line with its mission. The initiative welcomes proposals from visual artists working in all disciplines.
The European Women's Lobby (EWL) is seeking photos which expose the visions of young women (under 40 yearsold ) and their world to a competition. Participants must live in a country of the European Union or a candidate member country. Deadline: June 30.
The competition seeks images that make a creative and powerful statement on the theme "My World: Visions of 21st Century Feminism."
The competition aims to encourage young women to think about the concept of feminism and what it means today and create an exhibition which highlights how feminism is still relevant to a new generation of women.
A clear description of the photograph must be included with each entry.
Young filmmakers from around the world are invited to participate in a film competition that reflects on the theme "Will we meet?" Deadline to apply: May 30.
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) is hosting the competition for World Refugee Day, June 20.
An event marking the occasion will screen all prize-winning films. Contestants must be under 26 years of age and their films must run between one and five minutes.
Applicants should submit their films to a UNRWA field office. THe First place prize winner will receive US$1,500. Second and Third place winners will take home US$1,000 and US$500, respectively.
For more information, click here.
Ibero-American university students who focus on audiovisual production and graphic design can submit works on gender equality to a competition. Deadline: May 28.
Contestants can register individually or in teams of five for the audiovisual category. The poster category will accept works made by up to two people; works must carry a social message.
Materials must be in Spanish or in a native Latin American language with a translation to Spanish.
Registration is free and can be done here (in Spanish).
Documentarians from developing countries can apply for grants through the Jan Vrijman Fund , part of the International Film Documentary Festival in Amsterdam (IDFA). Submission deadline: May 15.
In addition to receiving grants, selected documentaries may be promoted and shown at IDFA, from November 13 to 28.
Films must also be produced by a company attached or affiliated with a project or organization in the developing countries listed here.:
For more information or to apply, visit the IDFA website.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp (M HKA) is looking for a curator, organizer and researcher who will help to expand and strengthen M HKA's international horizons.
Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp
M HKA is one of eight cultural institutions funded by the Flemish community. It has developed an integral program focusing on the breadth of visual culture, with a focus on contemporary art and film. Its ambition is to present itself locally, nationally and internationally as an open house and meeting place for art and its audiences.
For one week each year, the Spark Festival of Electronic Music and
Arts gathers creators and performers of new media arts from around the
world to the Twin Cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul, USA to showcase
their work to the public.
The Spark Festival was founded by composer Doug Geers seven years ago.
Now in its eighth year, the Spark Festival showcases groundbreaking
works of music, art, theater, and dance that feature use of new
technologies. Spark invites submissions of art, dance, theater, and
music works incorporating new media, including electroacoustic concert
music, experimental electronica, theatrical and dance works,
installations, kinetic sculpture, artbots, video, and other non-
NABROAD MAG- Deadline:
30. May 2010
ABROAD SYMPOSIUM- Deadline:
30. July 2010
NABROAD MAG is launching August 2010. The first issue will feature Norwegian Artists Abroad who challenge the understanding of geographical belonging and explore narratives of nature and geographical boundaries.
The MAG will host an editor, writer and designer in residence and feature works by Norwegian Artists Abroad, through image and text it will symbolise the phenomena of NEW Norwegian art made abroad.
MAG is collaborating with established artists, writers and organisations as well as up and coming artists and students.
NABROAD wants to hear from freelance writers, artists and designers.