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Eastern Edge: EE Studios Artists in Residence (Canada)

Eastern Edge is now accepting proposals for self-directed residencies for 2024. They are dedicated to cultural diversity in their programming, and encourage applications from artists, art collectives, and curators of diverse communities and backgrounds. They strive to support the needs of successful applicants.

Benefits: 

  • 24hr access to the open plan studio space for the duration of the residency.
  • Please note up to three artists and a curator or writer may be working in the studio at any one time. All residents are provided with their own designated area.
  • An open working space where artists can engage with other visiting and local artists.
  • Residency fee of $1874 CAD (~1400 EUR).
  • Travel stipend $300 CAD (~225 EUR).
  • A speaker/workshop fee of $335 CAD (~250 EUR). 
  • Note: Eastern Edge pays fees in accordance with CARFAC Category 1, as a minimum, in addition to travel fees. Artist fees will be amended to reflect the current year upon payment.

Deadline: 31st October, 2022

To apply follow the link below:
Eastern Edge


Leeds 2023: Call for Artists, ‘For the Public Good’ (Online / Remote)

For the Public Good (FTPG) is an online international programme for 5 artists organised by Leeds 2023. It’s aimed at artists who want to work with their local community and an academic researcher from Leeds. The artists will look to create unique artistic propositions on how technology can be used to help communities understand climate change issues that could potentially be implemented globally.     

FTPG is looking for musicians, theatre-makers, painters, authors, performance artists, sculptures, actors, digital artists and any other form of artistic practitioner who is interested in how technology could be used to benefit their community to generate climate change solutions. 

Benefits:

  • Artist participation fee: £2200 per artist. Each participant will be paid £200 per session. Sessions will last between 3 and 4 hours and there will be 11 sessions in total.  Community Leader participation fee: £1000. One member of the community organisations local to the artists will be paid for their contribution at a rate of £200 per session. Sessions will last between 3 and 4 hours and community leaders will be required to attend 5 sessions in total.  An additional accessibility fund is available to support you through the programme. Access can include interpretation, childcare, support workers, data packages and other support that ensures you can participate in the programme. 

Deadline: 9 November 2022

To apply follow the link below:
Leeds 2023


Amplify: ‘Into the Metaverse’ Competition for Music Artists (UK / Metaverse)

Amplify is calling for artists to enter its ‘Into The Metaverse’ competition for a chance to win their own live virtual concert, a music video and a sponsored trip to the UK, among other prizes. The competition is being run in partnership with metaverse and Web3 specialists Condense, KnownOrigin and Pirate.

Benefits:

  • Your own live metaverse and IRL concert using Condense’s groundbreaking volumetric 3D capture technology for real time transmission into the metaverse!
  • Concert hosted on Known Origins Decentraland metaverse plot.
  • $500 of free studio credit provided by Pirate.com for practice, recording and/or volumetric capture.
  • Exclusive access to AmplifyLive’s groundbreaking Web3 technology to earn extra recurring revenue from your concert on an ongoing basis.
  • Amplify coordinated marketing campaign, supported by specialist music industry marketing partners.
  • Travel and accommodation from wherever you are in the world for the Metaverse concert capture and live show.
  • You will be featured in content created around the event, including a mini-documentary, PR and marketing campaign which will put your music in front of a huge audience.
  • The artist must be a solo artist 18+, able to travel to Bristol (or a suitable location for capture), UK within the first two weeks of February 2023.

Deadline: 30 November 2022

To apply follow the link below:
Amplify


SAC International Curatorial Residency Programme 2023

SAC International Curatorial Residency Programme 2023 is the residency programme at Barcelona’s Sant Andreu Contemporani, in collaboration with Fabra i Coats – Fàbrica de Creació and Institut Ramon Llull and open to international curators. As part of the programme, the organizers announcing an open call for proposals to choose an international curator who will be part of the Miquel Casablancas Prize for the Visual Arts’ jury in 2022, and will later develop a curatorial project with a selection of Catalan artists chosen from applicants to the prize. The project must be presented at the country of residence of the curator or in another international venue that she/he decides.

Benefits:
The organizers covers the expenses of jurying the prize and for the curatorial proposal (1700€ subject to applicable taxes), for the production of the exhibition (2000€ subject to applicable taxes), accommodation and travel.

Deadline: 1 February, 2023

To apply follow the link below:
SAC International Curatorial Residency


Tate: Brooks International Fellowship Programme (UK)

Tate, in collaboration with Delfina Foundation, invites applications for the Brooks International Fellowship Programme 2023.

They are recruiting for one, six-month fellowship opportunity, to be hosted in Tate’s Digital and Innovation division.

Hosted by members of the Digital and Innovation team, the Brooks Fellow will conduct research into one of three priority research areas for digital practice at Tate, all of which are focussed on digital access and inclusion in the art museum:

  • Option 1 – User research: An end-to-end understanding of audiences who engage with Tate digitally.
  • Option 2 – User research: Assessing Tate’s approach to understanding and supporting digital audiences.
  • Option 3 – User research: Digital learning.

During their fellowships, the Brooks Fellows will be part of a Tate team, actively participating in gallery projects and discussions, with special access to Tate’s programme, collection, staff and wider networks.

Benefits:

  • A six-month Fellowship commencing in April 2023, based at Tate in London, UK, with supported travel to Tate sites and other UK cultural institutions.
  • Participation in the residency programme at Delfina Foundation, including accommodation at its residency in central London.
  • Economy return flights, visa support, local travel card, a stipend and materials budget.
  • Access to Tate’s collection, archive, staff and networks.
  • Opportunities to present on their practice at Tate and Delfina Foundation events, and contribute to wider activities at both organisations.
  • Opportunities to collaborate and convene with Tate and Delfina Foundation colleagues and exchange with wider UK partners in the British art sector.

Deadline: 16 November 2022

To apply follow the link below:
Tate

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