Endless Opportunities: Studios in Other Places

June 30, 2013 · Print This Article

1. U-Chicago Artist in Residence is now open for Letters of Interest. DUE July 7th.

The Artists-in-Residence have studio space in theWashington Park Arts Incubator facility, creating an internal network and engaging the community on that site while becoming fully immersed in the artistic and intellectual life of the University, primarily through our programmatic partner, the Center for the Study of Race, Politics, & Culture.

Artists have access to the University for research resources, courses, master classes, and workshops appropriate to each artist’s discipline, and for conversations and collaborations with faculty and students. In addition, there will be ongoing interaction between the artists and the Logan Center, which will be another locus for presentation of the artists’ works. More info on that here.

2. AREA Chicago: As Mairead Case pointed out last week, AREA is looking for submissions on the subject of kids.

We want to explore the social, political and cultural dimension of [Kids!]. How does our society define what it means to be a child, who counts as a child and who does not? How do kids participate in the world in general, in social justice struggles in particular? What does it mean to be growing up in Chicago? We want to see how children and adults come together to challenge and re-imagine ideas of “child” and childhood as a basis for to building more just communities and relationships. Over the next few months we will be organizing events, community discussions and special projects — and we want to hear from you! Check that out here.

3. Platform Residencies 2013-14 – Site Gallery, Sheffield, UK  with a Deadline: 19 July 2013.

Site Gallery is now accepting applications from visual artists for its acclaimed Platform residency programme. Artists are invited to propose an idea for which they need time, space and investment to develop to proof of concept stage. Each residency is worth £6,000. Go here for more info.

4. SHAME: OPEN CALL FOR ARTIST IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM 2014/2015 Deadline: 30 September 2013

In 2014/2015, Center for Contemporary Arts (Celje), Miroslav Kraljevic Gallery (Zagreb) and the feminist curatorial group Red Min(e)d (Sarajevo/Ljubljana/Munich/Belgrade) are initiating a collaborative research project focused on the topic of Shame. Go here for details.

5. Want to go to Portugal? Last 2013 Call for Artists (Multidisciplinary) – ARTErra Deadline-15th September

ARTErra is a residency for artists placed in a small village in Portugal. This structure as several work rooms, resources tools and partnerships that are able to provide to artists exceptional conditions to develop their work and projects. Please check out our webpage (www.arterra.weebly.com) to learn more about ARTErra. Or go here to read the bi-lingual residency handbook.


OO Frequency welcomes short object-oriented videos, virtual presentations, and webinars. Submissions are open to anyone, although all videos will be screened for comportment with the journal’s academic standards. Specifications: Videos must not exceed 10-minutes, will be shared both on the journal’s website and YouTube, and are subject to editing for length requirements. Please send queries regarding submitting material for the Channel to editors.ozone@gmail.com.



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