Tag: Call for Artists

Call for entries | CCP Salon 2017

Australia’s largest open-entry photomedia exhibition and competition, CCP Salon, is back for its 25th year! CCP Salon entries are now open and will remain open until 6pm Friday 3 Nov 2017. CCP Salon is presented by Leica and Ilford and 28 national leaders in the photographic industry. CCP Salon provides an invaluable opportunity for both emerging and established photographers to exhibit their work in a high-profile context. In past years, digital, analogue, video, 3D works and self-published photobooks have filled the walls of CCP and this year we are excited to once again present a diverse snapshot of contemporary Australian practice. Industry professionals will judge all entrants’ work and over $20,000 worth of prizes across 32 categories will be awarded. We are delighted to announce as our 2017 judges: Phillip Virgo, Director, Colour Factory, Hoda Afshar, Artist, Pippa Milne, CCP Curator, Linsey Gosper, CCP Gallery Manager, Non-voting…

Entries open for this year’s Bowness Photography Prize

Entries are now open for the William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize. This year the winner of the prize will take home $30,000 – which is $5,000 more than previous years. For the first time in the history of the prize, Monash Gallery of Art will acquire the winning entry. Established by MGA Foundation in 2006 to promote excellence in photography, the prize is open to any Australian photographer – established or emerging – and all genres of photography are eligible, as long as the work has been produced in the past year. There are no thematic restrictions. The exhibition of finalists also highlights some of the most interesting work being created by Australian photographers today. In this respect, the Bowness Photography Prize has become an important annual survey of contemporary photography in Australia. Previous winners include Valerie Sparks, Joseph McGlennon, Petrina Hicks and Pat Brassington. This year’s judge panel consists of…

Darebin Art Prize – $10k Acquisitive Art Award –

Calling visual artists across Australia to enter the Darebin Art Prize – $10k Acquisitive Art Award The Gallery Manager of Bundoora Homestead Art Centre Ella Hughes says ‘The Darebin Art Prize presents outstanding contemporary art. The winning work becomes part of the Darebin Art Collection which inspires and connects the Darebin community in an appreciation of the visual arts. The prize pool includes not only $10,000 to the winning work but also a $1,000 People’s Choice Award. Darebin is proud to support the work of living Australian artists. We’re anticipating a competitive process attracting artists from all stages in their career, from emerging to more established artists.’ The judging panel will include David Cross, Professor of Art and Performance at Deakin University, high-profile artist Lou Hubbard and Claire Watson, Curator of Bundoora Homestead Art Centre. The Darebin Art Prize is one…

Box Hill Community Arts Centre Artist in Residence Program 2018

Applications are now open local and international artists for the Box Hill Community Arts Centre (BHCAC) Artist in Residence Program 2017.  Artists can nominate the duration of the residency being from 1 – 12 months from January – December, 2018. UPDATED Applications close 26 June 28th July, 2017. Applications will be accepted from both local and international artists for the BHCAC Artist in Residence Program 2018.  Artists can nominate the duration of the residency being from 1 – 12 months from January – December, 2018. The AIR studio dimensions are 4.3 metres x 3.3 metres – workspace and 4 metres x 3.4 metres – storage area. We also have other art rooms that can be utilised. We are able to accept artists using most types of mediums. BHCAC has a large ceramics studio with three kilns –  2 gas and one electric…

Jobs, Funding, Calls for Papers | Art History and Curatorship | Friday 27th August 2017

Jobs Australia Associate Lecturer, Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Design, University of New South Wales – deadline 28th February 2017 Curator & Visual Arts Co-ordinator, Willoughby Visual Arts Biennial (Sydney) – deadline 10th February 2017 Musuem Digitisation Officers, University of Sydney, Collections Management, Museums & Cultural Engagement – deadline 30th January 2017 International Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor/Professor in Humanities, Zhejiang University – College of Humanities and Social Science – deadline 16th March 2017 Career Development Fellows (3 posts), Birkbeck, University of London – deadline 18th March 2017 Head of Faculty for the Faculty of Art History, New College of the Humanities (London) – deadline 28th February 2017 Public Lead, Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand – deadline 10th March 2017 Funding and Prizes Postdoctoral Associateship Program, The Aha Khan Program for Islamic Architecture (AKPIA) (Harvard, 2017-18) (unpaid associate positions) – deadline 1st March 2017 Schulman and Bullard…

Call for Proposals | Science Gallery Melbourne – Blood

The new Science Gallery Melbourne has put out its first call for projects by artists, scientists, local residents and innovators that match Science Gallery’s three core aims: to Connect, Participate, and Surprise, and that are relevant to our core target audience of 15-25 year olds. Open for submissions from – 14th November 2016, 9:30am GMT to 8th January 2017, 5:00pm GMT Keywords: taboo, stigma, giving, identity, health, sport More information on their website: https://opencall.sciencegallery.com/ A SCIENCE GALLERY LONDON AND SCIENCE GALLERY MELBOURNE SEASON BLOOD is the first cross-network season for Science Gallery, inspired by the original exhibition BLOOD: NOT FOR THE FAINT-HEARTED at Science Gallery Dublin in 2015. Blood is essential for life, both medically and metaphorically. From ritual to research, artistic medium to biological fluid, the 2017 BLOOD season will evoke ideas that provoke and challenge, engage and entice. Crossing continents and connecting London and Melbourne through a…

Call for Expressions of Interest | Ian Potter Moving Image Commission

Applications are now open for the Ian Potter Moving Image Commission no. 3 Expressions of interest are sought until Friday 15 July 2016 . ACMI and the Ian Potter Foundation invite artists to apply for the $100,000 Ian Potter Moving Image Commission, Australia’s most significant commission for moving image art. Following the success of previous commissions, The Calling by Angelica Mesiti and Daniel Crooks: Phantom Ride, the ACMI (Australian Centre for the Moving Image) and the Ian Potter Cultural Trust are calling for submissions from mid-career Australian artists for the third iteration of the Commission. The successful artist will receive $100,000 from The Ian Potter Cultural Trust and professional support including highly specialised curatorial, production and presentation expertise from ACMI. The Ian Potter Moving Image Commission is a major initiative in contemporary moving image art by mid-career Australian artists and represents…

Open call for artists | Public Art Melbourne Biennial Lab

The City of Melbourne are calling for artists to apply for the inaugural Public Art Melbourne Biennial Lab. We encourage early mid-career artists to imagine and develop new encounters with the city in this bold new initiative led by Chief Curator Natalie King. Selected artists will spend two weeks in June in a laboratory setting, to develop their concepts under the mentorship of leading national and international public art experts, including Claire Doherty from Situations UK. Up to 10 temporary works of art conceived in the Biennial Lab will then be created and installed at the Queen Victoria Market during the Melbourne Festival in October. A series of public programs will run alongside both lab stages, inviting the wider Melbourne community to share in the social, public and communal experiences and conversations that are sparked by the commissions. Chief Curator Natalie King says the…

Call for Applications | Australian early-career writers, curators and artists | 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art

Image: The studios of internationally renowned Chinese-Australian artist Shen Shaomin. Photo: 2015 Beijing Studio resident Angela Tiatia

4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art is pleased to announce that applications are now open for three exciting opportunities: Emerging Writer’s Project Curator’s Intensive Beijing Studio Program 4A Director Mikala Tai said 4A was proud to offer these opportunities as part of the Centre’s commitment to supporting the development of artists and industry professionals. ‘These programs form a key part of 4A’s mission to contribute to a vibrant and globally connected sector,’ said Ms Tai. ‘This is an excellent opportunity for arts professionals to receive support for their professional development and gain international exposure.’ Emerging Writer’s Project Ahead of the November 2016 launch of the online publication The 4A Papers, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art is supporting an Australian emerging writer to participate in a collaborative exhibition project between 4A and independent Guangzhou contemporary art space Observation Society. Complementing a two-stage exhibition…

Call for Entries | New Media Art Award and Exhibition: Screengrab | James Cook University

S C R E E N G R A B 7  – International Media Art Award Deadline: Sunday November 01 2015 23:59 AEDT Exhibition Opens: Friday December 18 2015 18:30 AEDT 2015 Theme RESISTANCE  | 1st Prize AU$10,000 SCREENGRAB is now entering its seventh year with an international call out for the AU$10,000 Media Arts Prize and the companion exhibition to be held in December 2015 for short listed applicants. SCREENGRAB is looking for challenging and provocative works by media arts practitioners and theorists working in screen based media on the theme of RESISTANCE.  All interpretations of resistance will be considered: the politics of resistance, the physics of resistance, the messiness of resistance, the urgency of resistance – and all its private, political and social connotations, (see the theme abstract below). All forms of screen based media are encouraged, including…

Call for Entries | 2015 CCP Salon

Australia’s largest open-entry, photomedia exhibition and competition CCP Salon is back for its 23rd year. CCP Salon entries are now open and will remain open until 6pm Friday 6 November 2015. This year’s CCP Salon is presented by Leica and Ilford and supported by 24 national leaders in the photographic industry. CCP Salon provides an excellent opportunity to exhibit work in a professional, high-profile context. In past years digital, analogue, moving imagery and 3D works have lined the walls of CCP. This year we are delighted to present the latest national developments in photomedia through showcasing a diverse snapshot of contemporary Australian practice. Industry professionals will judge all entrants’ work and over $20,000.00 worth of prizes will be awarded across 29 categories. We are pleased to announce our 2015 judges, Arlo Mountford, Artist; Katrina Sedgwick, Director of the Australian Centre for the Moving Image; Pippa…

Jobs, Funding, Calls for Papers | Art History and Curatorship | August 7th 2015

Jobs Associate Director, Museums Content, University Museums, University of Sydney – deadline 26th August 2015 Curator, State Library of NSW – deadline 9th August 2015 Curator, Gosford City Council – deadline 19th August 2015 Lecturer in Art History & Visual Culture – Two Positions, Loughborough University – deadline 16th September 2015 University Academic Fellow in Critical Studies in Museums, Galleries and Heritage, University of Leeds – deadline 30th September 2015 The Christensen Fellow in Chinese Painting, University of Oxford – deadline 4th September 2015 Research Fellowship (includes Arts), University of Cambridge – Jesus College – deadline 28th August 2015 Calls for Papers Framing the Face: New Perspectives on the History of Facial Hair (Friend’s Meeting House, London, 28 November 2015) – deadline 30th September 2015 ASECS 2016 | 2016 American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference (Pittsburgh, 31 March — 3…

Jobs, Funding and Calls for Papers | Art, Art History and Curatorship | February 20th 2015

Jobs Australia Assistant Curator, Australian War Memorial – deadline Monday 9 March 2015 Gordon Darling Graduate Intern, National Gallery of Australia – deadline 9th March 2015 Collection Manager, Art Collection & Exhibit – Parliamentary Experience – deadline 9th March 2015 Head of Curatorial and Exhibitions, Sydney Living Museums – deadline 16th March 2015 Executive Director of Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA) – deadline 10th April 2015 International Isaac Newton – Ann Johnston Research Fellowship in The Humanities 2015, University of Cambridge – deadline 31st March 2015 Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, University of Edinburgh – School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures – deadline 25th March 2015 Birmingham Research Fellow (British Art after 1800), University of Birmingham – deadline 20th March 2015 University Lecturer in Art History, Groningen – deadline March 27, 2015 Opportunities at the Center for Humanistic Inquiry, Amherst College –  March 31,…

Opportunities | Jobs, Funding, Calls for Papers

Jobs Chair in Australian Studies at Harvard University, nominations now open – deadline 9th August 2013 Assistant Curator, Arts Centre Melbourne – deadline 17th July 2013 Assistant Curator, Contemporary Art, National Gallery of Victoria – deadline 22n July 2013 Assistant Director, Art Services, Parliament House, Canberra – deadline 21st July 2013 Curator, Maroondah Art Gallery – deadline 21st July 2013 Curator of Collections, Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua, Wanganui, NZ – deadline 22nd July 2013 Lecturer in Art History: Modernism and Theories of Art History, University of Sussex – deadline 29th July 2013 Lecturer in Art History, 1800 – present, The University of Manchester – deadline 23 July 2013 Doctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowships at the Kunsthistorisches Institute on art history and human ageing  – deadline 6th September 2013 Call for Artists ‘Laughing Waters’ two-for month residencies with Nillumbik Shire Council…