Uma imagem fotográfica é o registro de algo que já passou. A câmera faz o tempo parar, testemunhamos um momento da nossa existência, ou da história. Como estabelecer a relação entre o tempo vivido com a imagem? Temos que lidar com as coisas essenciais da fotografia para que estas façam sentido (tanto para nós quanto para quem as vê). Início em 18/04/2015, sábado, 14h30. Um encontro semanal, 3 horas / 3 meses de duração.Clique aqui e saiba mais!
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Marco realiza workshop de colagem com o artista André de Miranda
O Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Mato Grosso do Sul (Marco) realiza entre 15 e 18/04/15 o Workshop de Colagem, com o artista carioca André de Miranda. As aulas ocorrem das 14h às 18h,e são voltadas para estudantes de arte, artistas professores e interessados em arte. André promove experiências na técnica da colagem e promove a reflexão, a discussão e a prática da enquanto linguagem artística contemporânea. Ao final será executada uma colagem coletiva, em grandes dimensões, com exposição e troca das obras executadas durante a oficina. Não é necessária experiência prévia. O workshop faz parte da programação paralela à exposição “Colagens Musicais”, com 40 obras do artista, em cartaz até 14/06/15 no local. | Mais informações: Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Mato Grosso do Sul Parque Nações Indígenas: r. Antônio Maria Coelho, 6.000, tel. (67) 3326-7449. www.fundacaodecultura.ms.gov.br
LIVRO TENSO TEXTOS, POESIAS E IMAGENS SOBRE AS TENSÕES DO HUMANO
Gustavo Salvatore e Flavio Bassani
Livro Tenso faz parte das conversas no Ateliê 702. São reflexões em que a produção gráfica de artistas convidados dialoga com profissionais de diversas áreas.
As tensões do humano — este foi o tema escolhido e proposto para que 27 artistas gravadores resolvessem em duas folhas em livros de 59 x 73 cm presos e expostos
nas paredes, como “quadros paginados”. A exploração visual dessas tensões gerou as 54 gravuras presentes neste livro digital. Os cinco livros físicos serão doados para uma biblioteca pública (ainda em pesquisa).
Foram cinco livros físicos (em papel) que exploraram as seguintes tensões:
Seis profissionais das áreas da História, Psicologia, Filosofia, Linguística, Psicanálise e Arte participaram de conversas sobre a questão das tensões do humano em suas áreas específicas, tendo a exposição para comentar e exemplificar. Com isso, a exposição promoveu uma discussão sobre o tema, sendo a técnica da gravura o suporte para as conversas durante o SP-Estampa, edição de 2014.
O Projeto Livro Tenso dá continuidade à associação “exposição — conversas do Ateliê 702”, que se iniciou no ano de 2013 durante a edição do SP-Estampa com o projeto Múltiplo Singular. Ao término desse primeiro projeto, surgiu a ideia de publicar a transcrição das conversas dos convidados junto com as imagens. Assim, com a colaboração de Flavio Bassani, que fotografou e editou digitalmente as imagens dos artistas participantes e textos dos colegas “conversadores”, fica aberto ao público o resultado do projeto Livro Tenso. A associação de artistas interessados em pensar a arte e pensadores interessados na arte do pensar fez acontecer este projeto.
: Altina Felício, Andrea Tavares, Antonio Goper, Arluce Gurjão, Beth Lima Caio Caruso, Carolina Lopes, Danielle Noronha, Elisete Alvarenga, Flávio Bassani, Glaucia Nagem, Gustavo Salvatore, Kamila Vasques, Karla Ruoco, Luciano Ogura, Lu Zeferino, Marco Oliva, Maria Pinto, Marina de Falco, Mario Morri, Marisa Hypólito, Maura de Andrade, Mayrício Piza, Norma Mobilon, Paulo Penna, Roberto Flores e Sérgio Kal
Lucilia Maria Abrahão de Souza e Conrado Ramos
LIVRO TENSO está disponível digital e gratuitamente no link:
Call Type: Exhibitions Eligibility: International City: Laguna Beach State: California Fee: $30.00 Entry Deadline: 4/11/15 Days remaining to deadline: 11
Emerging and mid-career artist are invited to submit their work for consideration for this exhibition. Las Laguna Gallery is looking for a diverse body of artwork in all mediums and styles. This call for art is Open Theme.
Call Type: Competitions Eligibility: Regional City: Savage State: Minnesota Fee: $18.00 Entry Deadline: 4/11/15 Days remaining to deadline: 11
The Savage Arts Council presents the Ninth Annual Savage Juried Art Competition and Show, and invites all professional and amateur artists in Minnesota to apply to compete and exhibit their works. The Savage Juried Art Competition and Show is a celebration of visual arts created in Minnesota. The community show is open to the public April 28 - May 30, 2015. Artists across the state come together to showcase the wide variety and depth of art created throughout Minnesota. $1600 in prizes will be awarded. Please join us in celebrating the original art of Minnesota.
Call Type: Residencies Eligibility: National City: Brookings State: South Dakota Fee: $10.00 Event Dates: 9/21/2015 - 10/16/2015 Entry Deadline: 4/10/15 Days remaining to deadline: 10
Stuart Artist in Residence at South Dakota State University
Residency Term: September 21, 2015-October 16, 2015
Application deadline: April 10th, 2015
The Department of Visual Arts at South Dakota State University invites applications for an artist in residence from artists working in any discipline and willing to share their conceptualization process through visual documentation.
Requirements: Keep a full time working schedule, including 4-6 hours of open studio time per week to share project development; a public presentation at the South Dakota Art Museum; exhibition of documentation.
Included: 24/7 access to a 660 sq. ft. lockable studio space. A four-bedroom, university owned guesthouse that includes a private lockable bedroom along with full access to kitchen, living, laundry and parking facilities.
Excluded: All transportation, materials, supplies, meals and personal expenses are the responsibility of the artist.
Call Type: Public Art Eligibility: Regional City: Foster City State: California Fee: $0.00 Entry Deadline: 4/10/15 Days remaining to deadline: 10
Seeking artists to create a site specific public art installation for the exterior of a new residential apartment community in San Mateo, California. The property, developed by MidPen Housing, Westlake Urban, and Palo Alto Partners, is an integral part of the City of San Mateo’s vision to provide diverse housing options for workers within a broad spectrum of incomes.
Call Type: Public Art Eligibility: Local City: Nashville State: Tennessee Fee: $0.00 Entry Deadline: 4/10/15 Days remaining to deadline: 10 Number of Applications Allowed: 3
The Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission (Metro Arts) is soliciting proposals for bicycle rack designs scheduled for fabrication and installation in various locations throughout Nashville-Davidson County in 2016.
Call Type: Public Art Eligibility: Regional City: Seattle State: Washington Fee: $0.00 Entry Deadline: 4/9/15 Days remaining to deadline: 9
The Office of Arts & Culture is holding a FREE two-day intensive training overview for visual artists who are interested in working in the public realm but have never done so before. Artists chosen for Public Art Boot Camp will receive a basic training overview in public art practice.
Call Type: Public Art Eligibility: National City: Hillsboro State: Oregon Fee: $0.00 Entry Deadline: 4/6/15 Days remaining to deadline: 6
Call to Artists – Sculpture Commission at Shute Park Library, Hillsboro, Oregon
Llamado a los Artistas—Comisión de Escultura en la Biblioteca del Parque Shute, Hillsboro, OR
Artists are invited to apply for a commission in Hillsboro, seventeen miles west of Portland, Oregon, to create a permanent artwork adjacent to a blank wall at a newly renovated library. The commission is NOTfor a mural. The committee desires work that creates a lively and welcoming gateway to downtown in an area that serves a diverse ethnic and multi-generational community. This opportunity is open to artists from the United States.
La invitación es para que todos los artistas entreguen su solicitud a la Comisión de Hillsboro, que se encuentra a diecisiete millas al oeste de Portland, Oregon, para crear una obra permanente de arte junto a una pared en blanco en una recientemente renovada biblioteca. La comisión NO es para hacer un mural. El comité desea crear una obra que sirva de entrada acogedora y animada hacia el centro o downtown de Hillsboro en un área que ofrece servicios a una comunidad étnicamente diversa y de muchas generaciones. Esta oportunidad se abre a todos los artistas de Estados Unidos. Para una información completa en español, visite este sitio Web: www.hillsboro-oregon.gov/publicart.
The total budget is $78,000, inclusive of design, fabrication, delivery and installation.
El presupuesto total es de $78,000 dólares, y va incluido el diseño, la fabricación, la entrega y la instalación.
Deadline to apply is April 6, 2015.
La fecha tope parar hacer la solicitud es el 6 de abril, 2015.
Open to artists in the United States.Disponible a todos los artistas en Estados Unidos.
Call Type: Public Art Eligibility: National City: Greeley State: Colorado Fee: $0.00 Entry Deadline: 4/6/15 Days remaining to deadline: 6
The City of Greeley’s One Percent for Art Program is requesting proposals from artists to create artwork for the ongoing Uptown Tree program along 8th Ave. between 10th St. and 16th St. in Greeley, CO. The Uptown Tree program is a means to aesthetically enhance 8th Ave. with variety of original ‘Art Trees’ in recognition of Greeley as a designated ‘Tree City’. Interpretive “sculptural trees” will be purchased from artists and integrated into the corridor as permanent works of art.
Call Type: Proposals Eligibility: National City: Newtonville State: Massachusetts Fee: $0.00 Entry Deadline: 4/6/15 Days remaining to deadline: 6
The New Art Center (NAC) is currently accepting curatorial proposals for 5- to 6- week group exhibitions from September 2015 – May 2016. Since May 1991, the NAC has used the Main Gallery for group exhibitions (two artists or more) curated by an exhibiting artist or independent curator, and we continue this tradition through a public call for proposals.
Call Type: Exhibitions Eligibility: International City: North Adams State: Massachusetts Fee: $0.00 Event Dates: 6/25/2015 - 9/24/2015 Entry Deadline: 4/5/15 Days remaining to deadline: 5 Number of Applications Allowed: 4
Now in it’s 8th year DownStreet Art is a Sumer-long arts festival that takes place in temporary and vacant spaces in downtown North Adams.
DownStreet Art welcomes proposals from curators, collectives, performers and individual artists in any discipline.
Call Type: Public Art Eligibility: National City: Denver State: Colorado Fee: $0.00 Event Dates: 3/13/2014 - 4/5/2014 Entry Deadline: 4/5/15 Days remaining to deadline: 5
The City of Denver Public Art Program is pleased to announce a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for a public art project at the soon-to-be-renovated McNichols Civic Center Building located at 144 W. Colfax in Denver. The entry of the historic building will be re-designed in a way to create a new community gathering space and increase the visibility of the building. Construction is set to begin in August, 2015. The selection panel is interested in commissioning an artist or group of artists to collaborate with the design team to integrate artwork that can successfully connect the exterior/façade of the building with the interior activities, which include cultural and civic events, as well as private events. Artists are encouraged to view the PDF document “McNichols History and New Entry Plan” that provides a history of the building as well as the current design plan. Artists are also encouraged to view the Civic Center Master Plan Design Guidelines. These documents may be found at:http://artsandvenuesdenver.com/public-art/artist-information/opportunities/.
Call Type: Exhibitions Eligibility: Local City: Evergreen State: Colorado Fee: $35.00 Entry Deadline: 4/5/15 Days remaining to deadline: 5
The EAA Spring 2015 is a juried exhibition hosted by the Evergreen Artists Association. It is open to all artists residing in Colorado and will be hosted at Main Street Fine Art gallery in the heart of downtown Evergreen, Colorado. Awards Judge is Doug Dawson.
We are very pleased to announce Doug Dawson, Master Pastelist, PSA will be our Awards Judge for this show. Doug is a founding board member for the The Art Students League of Denver and teaches 8 to 10 workshops around the US each year. He has received numerous awards from a number of different art organizations such as The Pastel Society of America, American Watercolor Society, Knickerbocker Artists, The National Academy of Western Art, Southeastern Pastel Society, Pastel Society of West Coast, Audubon Artists, Kansas Pastel Society, Pastel Society of the Southwest and the International Association of Pastel Societies. To honor his achievements, he was given the title of Master Pastelist by the Pastel Society of America and elected to the Master's Circle of the International Association of Pastel Societies. In 2008, he was named a Pastel Society of America Hall of Fame Honoree. (For more, visit www.dougdawsonartist.com.)
Cash prizes of $1100 will be awarded during the Opening Reception along with other prizes donated by our sponsors. All fine art mediums welcome to enter.
Artists may submit up to 3 images. Entry fee $35. Commission to gallery 35%, artist retains 65% of sales.
Call Type: Exhibitions Eligibility: International City: Weston State: Massachusetts Fee: $30.00 Entry Deadline: 4/4/15 Days remaining to deadline: 4
The Thompson Gallery is accepting submissions for a three-part exhibition series that will run between September 2015 and June 2016 entitled Nowhere Everywhere. Submissions should explore the subjects of utopia and/or dystopia, and within this idea the human conflict or dilemma within societal structures. Submissions that reference specific literature are welcome. All media considered.
Call Type: Exhibitions Eligibility: National City: Joseph State: Oregon Fee: $30.00 Entry Deadline: 4/4/15 Days remaining to deadline: 4
The Wallowa Valley Festival of Arts is dedicated to promoting the arts and supporting artists. We are the largest juried fine art exhibition in Eastern Oregon, located in the beautiful town of Joseph, known for its many bronze foundries and main street art installations. Art sales during the course of our festival are robust and the improvements to the look and feel of our show are paying off with increased sales of artists work.
The festival features contemporary art and traditional realism and reflects the beauty, culture, and traditions of the region through its arts and artists. The mission of the festival organization is to showcase and market the accepted artists’ diverse and wide ranging talents. Consistent with that intent any subject, style or medium within these categories will be considered by the jury: (sculpture, painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, mixed media, glass, jewelry, fiber arts, ceramics, and collage). Exhibition space is limited; jurors will select the best art appropriate for the venue and diverse audience. The show will run from June 5, 6, 7, with an opening night reception on Friday June 5th from 7pm - 10pm. The festival is open to all artists. All work submitted must be for sale. Each piece of art entered must be the same one accepted in the jury process. Work must be original and must not have been displayed in a previous Wallowa Valley Festival of Arts show.
Cash awards and ribbons totaling approximately $4,000 will be given at the discretion of the judge. Monetary awards will be given for “First, Second and Third Place”, “Best of Show”, “People’s Choice (entire show)”, and “Directors Choice”. See prospectus for details on special awards.
ENTRY DEADLINE: April 4, 2015— late entries will NOT be accepted.
Please refer to the prospectus for full details regarding eligibility, deadlines, awards, quick-draw & silent auction events, shipping and other important details.
Call Type: Photography Eligibility: International City: Jackson State: Wyoming Fee: $35.00 Event Dates: 4/17/2015 - 5/22/2015 Entry Deadline: 4/3/15 Days remaining to deadline: 3
Opening April 17th, 2015 the Art Association will host the fourth annual photography competition to showcase new and exciting photography in the Art Association Gallery of the Center for the Arts in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
This year’s opening reception will showcase photography from four categories - 1. Wildlife/Animal 2. Outdoor Life/Sports 3. Portrait/Figure 4. Experimental/Abstract. The jury is comprised of Internationally renown photographers: Ramak Fazel, Karolina Karlic, & Tom Mangelsen.