susan pui san lok and CFCCA invite North West based artist-collaborators working with sound and/or voice to submit proposals for a live work, to be devised as an interpretation and response to the condensed foley soundtracks and effects from specific segments of Trilogies.Read More
Act Without Expectation is seeking applications from performance artists to share new live work.Read More
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An opportunity has arisen at Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown, Powys for a Freelance Open Space Coordinator. We seek someone with excellent experience in project management, working directly with artists, and in curating, organising and delivering programmes of contemporary visual art and cross arts formsRead More
ART FAIR EAST is returning to the beautiful setting of St Andrews Hall, Norwich. 2016's event will run from 1 - 4 December 2016 and is set to be the premier event for art buyers in the Eastern Region during a busy period for visitors to the city.Read More
This new opportunity aims to support upto 10 artists to make proposals for sculpture and oneof the artists will be selected to produce a full size work at Cheeseburn and will receive a budget of £5,000 together with support andmentoring through the design and production process.Read More
OPEN CALL for December New! Performance Salons, curated by Jade Currie and presented by Breeze Creatives. Deadline for applications: 11 Nov. 5pmRead More
Specifically designed for senior marketers working in English arts and cultural organisations with a good to high level of marketing experience, this programme will fast track your digital marketing knowledge to help you, and your organisation, have more impact and deepen engagement with audiences.Read More
Plymouth Visual Art Programming Group (PVAPG) are seeking a curator, to research and deliver an ambitious, multi-site exhibition which unfolds across multiple city centre visual arts venuesRead More
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The Artangel Collection is a national initiative to enable notable film and video installations commissioned and produced by Artangel over the past 20 years to be presented in galleries and museums across the UK.
Over the last four years 20 museum and gallery partners around the UK have worked closely with Artangel on presentations of works from The Artangel Collection by artists and film-makers including Francis Alÿs, Yael Bartana, Jeremy Deller, Atom Egoyan, Douglas Gordon, Bethan Huws, Mike Kelley, Tony Oursler and Catherine Yass. The collection continues to grow, most recently with an installation by Ben Rivers.
From autumn 2015, Artangel is making available an annual fund of £25,000 to enable significant presentations of works from The Artangel Collection. In the first year of operation, from autumn 2015 to autumn 2016, between £2,500- £7,500 will be available to museums, galleries or arts organisations towards the costs of solo exhibitions or curatorial projects which foreground works from The Artangel Collection.
Priority will be given to partners with a demonstrable need. Funding can be allocated towards the costs of equipment hire and installation, specialist technical advice, as well as on occasion other installation costs or in support of artist’s travel. We recognise that the needs of our partners are varied and we are happy to respond flexibly and pragmatically to individual proposals.
If you have ideas for possible presentations of Artangel Collection works or would like to discuss the support available in more detail, please contact Phoebe James, Artangel Collection Coordinator, email@example.com, 02077131400.
The Art Fund Curatorial Practice Workshop: Exploring different positions in curating and running art institutions.
ICA Studio, The Mall, London, SW1Y 5AH
24 September, 13:00 - 17:30
15 bursary places available
As part of fig-2, the Art Fund Curatorial Practice Workshop, led by Fatos Ustek, will bring together a range of arts and museum professionals to discuss the future of curating and public institutions.
The workshop will adopt a unique relationship to the fig-2 exhibition, in which the artwork itself will help to activate the discussion. As addressed at a previous fig-2 event entitled Politics of Display (16th April), museums import historical consciousness and contribute to the shaping of personal identity. Thus museums have a duty to transform monologue into conversation. This curatorial workshop will build on the recent tendencies within the Fig-2 programme to develop a conversational relationship between the artist, the art work, the curator, the institutions and the public, exploring the potential of art as a tool for provocation of movement and transformation, while investigating the modes of ‘social imaginary’ produced by the museums and galleries nationwide.
Applications are open to all museum and gallery professionals who work with public collections.
How to apply
To apply for a place on this event please send us:
An answer of no more than 100 words to the question: ‘How would attending this course be beneficial to your professional development?’
Email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org with the word 'fig-2' in the subject line by 12noon on Friday 4 September. We will aim to notify applicants by Tuesday 8 September.
The AA2A project provides placements for visual artists and designer makers in Higher and Further Education institutions across England. In 2014-2015, AA2A schemes will run 21 institutions, providing around 90 placements nationally.Read More
The Family Arts Campaign is looking for a talented and experienced manager to lead its day to day working in an exciting period of change and development. Closing date: 27/07/15Read More
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Galleries, museums and visual arts venues throughout the United Kingdom are invited to submit proposals to host the 2016 Alexandra Reinhardt Memorial Award (ARMA), Artist in Residence, worth £15,000.Read More
BALTIC 39 | Common Room is an opportunity for bi-monthly meetings of artists and arts professionals to have peer led conversations about arts practice, to share practical advice and talk through common questions.Read More
Kielder Water & Forest Park Development Trust invites expressions of interest from artists or architects to create a new temporary work for the surroundings of Kielder Castle, Forestry Commission England’s visitor base in Kielder Water & Forest Park, Northumberland.Read More
On Thursday 30 July at The Tetley, Leeds, Picture This will share the findings from the National Visual Arts cluster of the Arts Council England funded Audience Finder programme. The event is free but places are limited, so early booking is advisable.