From e-artnow.org : scholarships, competitions, residencies, exhibitions

STUDIES & SCHOLARSHIPS (ACADEMICS, ARTISTS, CURATORS & CRITICS):

Call for Applications – Master Fine Arts at Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK), Department of Art & Media. CH. Deadline: March 28, 2013
http://www.zhdk.ch/?ma_fine_arts

Das Kolleg Friedrich Nietzsche der Klassik Stiftung Weimar vergibt mehrere FELLOWSHIPS die eine philosophische, wissenschaftliche, publizistische oder künstlerische Arbeit főrdern. Germany. Deadline: March 31, 2013
http://www.klassik-stiftung.de/kolleg-friedrich-nietzsche

Postgraduate Funding Opportunities: 6 PhD Scholarships (3 years full-time) University of St Andrews School of Art History. UK. Deadline: April 1, 2013
http://www-ah.st-andrews.ac.uk/post/pg-funding.html

Knight Curatorial Fellowship at the Museum of Art, Miami Beach. For US citizens only. USA. Deadline: April 1, 2013
http://www.bassmuseum.org/about/knight-curatorial-fellowship/

The Sandberg Instituut is pleased to announce the launch of the School of Missing Studies, a Master’s program on Art and Learning, headed by Bik Van der Pol. Commencing in September 2013, the School of Missing Studies is now open for applications. NL. Deadline: April 1, 2013
http://www.sandberg.nl/

Hybrid Online Low-residency MFA & Studio PhD at Transart Institute, NYC and Berlin. Deadline: April 1, 2013
http://www.transart.org/

Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Matt Mullican: Meaning of Things Workshop: Open Call for Young Artists. XIX CSAV – Artists Research Laboratory. Italy. Deadline: April 4, 2013
http://www.fondazioneratti.org/

Funen Art Academy is accepting applications for its five-year independent higher education study program in contemporary visual arts. Odense, Denmark. Deadline: April 5, 2013
http://www.funenartacademy.com/

Call for Applications to artists, curators, art historians etc.: the Vera List Center for Art and Politics is pleased to invite applications for the 2013–2015 Vera List Center Fellowships. Two fellowships will be awarded, each spanning eight months and linked to the Vera List Center’s curatorial focus theme for 2013–2015, Alignment. NYC, USA. Deadline: April 8, 2013
http://www.veralistcenter.org/lead/2/fellowships/

+ em http://www.artesquema.com/parceiros/bolsas-residencias-estagios-internacionais/

The Brazillian experience – Puzzling Morality and the Effusive Body (part 1) @ performa magazine

Frkln cassaro
Franklin Cassaro. Festival Performance Arte Brasil, MAM RJ, 2011

The Brazillian experience – Puzzling Morality and the effusive body (part 1)

By Cristiane Bouger

When asked about her perspective on performance, the independent curator Daniela Labra stated with simultaneous confidence and perplexity: “Brazilians are performative. We deal with the body in a libertarian way, but we are also impregnated with moralisms.” The paradox raised by Labra can be identified in almost every aspect of Brazilian culture and social behavior. Nevertheless, her statement also addresses a poignant criticism to the conservatism of art institutions.

Labra has been working as a researcher and curator of performance works since 2004. In 2011 she conceived the Festival Performance Arte Brasil at the Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro–MAM RJ. The six-day festival received a grant from FUNARTE/MinC (The National Foundation for the Arts/Ministry of Culture) in the amount of approximately USD 125, 000. A curatorial team formed by professionals from different regions of the country composed the festival program, which presented the work of more than forty artists and art collectives.

Continua…

http://performamagazine.tumblr.com/post/42372234166/the-brazilian-experience-puzzling-morality-and-the

Bolsas, residências, cursos

Curatorial Fellow for Diversity in the Arts

Visual Arts Department – Walker Art Center seeks applicants for their prestigious Curatorial Fellowship for Diversity in the Arts.

This two-year fellowship (starting June 2013 through June 2014) supports the Walker’s goal to encourage greater diversity within the museum field. The fellowship has been offered continually since the early 1990’s. Our fellowship alum now play prominent roles within many museums throughout the world. In our terms, diversity refers to a wide spectrum of people of color, people with disabilities, age, gender and other classifications. Qualified candidates with diverse backgrounds and/or studies are strongly encouraged to apply.  Deadline: February, 22

+ info  http://www.walkerart.org/jobs/browse/current-openings/2012/curatorial-fellow-for-diversity-in-the-arts

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Telefónica I+D y LABoral lanzan la 2ª convocatoria para una residencia que desarrolle un proyecto de arte y nuevas tecnologías

‘Next Things 2013 – Next Space’ busca la producción de una propuesta referida a la apropiación del espacio público relacionada con los medios locativos

Telefónica I+D, empresa de investigación, desarrollo e innovación del Grupo Telefónica, y LABoral han lanzado la convocatoria conjunta Next Things 2013 – Next Space, el Segundo Desafío Global de Arte y Tecnología. El objetivo de este llamamiento es unir arte y tecnología, artistas y tecnologías, y dar rienda suelta al enorme potencial que entraña la mezcla de la creatividad y la visión de los artistas con las poderosas tecnologías de hardware abierto.

+ info   http://www.laboralcentrodearte.org

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International Leadership Program in Visual Arts Management

Deusto Business School (University of Deusto, Spain), NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development (New York University, New York), and the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao (Bilbao, Spain) present an International Leadership Program in Visual Arts Management.

The International Leadership Program in Visual Arts Management combines advanced business theory and techniques together with the latest concepts and global trends in visual arts management and administration to provide a rigorous, engaging educational program for experienced professionals in the visual arts or related arts fields.

http://www.dbs.deusto.es/cs/Satellite/dbs/es/programas/open-programmes/ilpvam–international-leadership-program-in-visual-arts-management-/programa

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PCA Summer Creative Residency – An Exchange Between Artists and Designers – June 17–July 26, 2013

Paris College of Art

14, rue Letellier, 75015 Paris France

Emerging artists are invited to consider how their practice could be developed within the structure of a six-week residency in Paris. The residency’s aim is to enhance the individual’s independent practice by providing them with the space, guidance, and resources necessary to fully investigate a defined project. Residents work from a large communal studio; in addition, they have access to the ceramics, welding, woodworking and mold-making workshops, photography studio and darkroom, printmaking facility, fashion atelier and computer lab. Visiting professional artists, designers, curators, and writers engage with residents via lectures, critiques, and workshops. Visits to museums, contemporary exhibitions and cultural spaces in and around Paris will be organized to complement and enrich residents’ creative development.

http://mon.paris.edu/ICS/Special_Programs/

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Artists Research Laboratory

CSAV – Artists Research Laboratory is a project where dialogue and exchange among artists of different generations and nationalities stand at the heart of a unique artistic and learning experience. The lab is open to fifteen young artists of all nationalities, selected among the applicants by a jury. The programme lasts twenty-four days during which the participants attend a daily workshop activity and theoretical seminars run by the invited artist, the director, the curators and guest lecturers, as well as conferences held by artists, critics and experts of other disciplines.

The 19th edition of the laboratory, titled Meaning of Things, will be held in Como from the 5th to the 29th of July 2013. American artist Matt Mullican will be leading the workshop.

http://www.fondazioneratti.org/

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Iver Jåks Artist-In-Residency Program

SDG (Sámi Center for Contemporary Art) announces the Iver Jåks Artist-In-Residency Program 2013. Named after the late Sami artist Iver Jåks, this international artist-in-residence program offers a two months residency in Karasjok, Norway.

Sámi Center of Contemporary Art

Jeagilvármadii 54 – 9730 Karasjok, Norway

Iver Jåks Artist-In-Residency Program – The residency includes accommodation, access to an artist studio, a stipend for living expenses and production costs, and travel costs covered to and fro.

Please send an application letter, an updated curriculum vitae and a selected digital portfolio (maximum 50 MB of files) to [email protected]

Applications are accepted until 23.59, GMT+1, 10th of March, 2013.

Conditions for Iver Jåks Artist-In-Residency Program 2013

1. Professional visual artists are eligible to apply for Iver Jåks Residency Program

2. Iver Jåks Residency Program offers a residency period for up to two months (minimum 1 month) in Karasjok, Norway.

3. Iver Jåks Residency Program includes a stipend of 20000 NOK, accommodation, access to studio/atelier, as well as travel expenses for the artist. The stipend covers living expenses as well as production costs. Further production costs are negotiable.

4. Available residency period for 2013 is 1st of June to 31st of October.

5. The application must include application letter, curriculum vitae and a digital portfolio. Applications are only received digitally. Send your application to [email protected]

6. Deadline is at 23.59, March 10, 2013.

7. The selection of residency artist will be carried out during March and first part of April. The results are expected to be announce by mid-April. The artistic advisory board at Sami Center for Contemporary Art will make the selection. Quality of artistic practice is the exclusive selection criteria. Choice of artist will not be motivated or justified, and cannot be questioned. Sami Center for Contemporary Art administers the residency program and is the host during the residency period.

8. The combined apartment and atelier at the Iver Jåks house in Karasjok will function as living and working space for the artist-in-residence.

9. A contract between selected artist and Sámi Center for Contemporary Art will be organized, detailing residency conditions.

10. For more information: Write to [email protected] or call +47 902

www.samidaiddaguovddas.no

 

A artista Teresa Margolles entrevista Santiago Sierra, na Bomb Magazine

Santiago Sierra, Space Closed by Corrugated Metal, 2002. Installation view, Lisson Gallery, London. Courtesy of Lisson Gallery, London.

TM Do you think that current art tries to make a star out of the creator?

SS Art is conceptual entertainment. Regardless of how radical it is, it has a great penetration on the market.

Leia a íntegra  http://bombsite.com/issues/86/articles/2606

Call for entries: Open Cube

White Cube Mason’s Yard, Courtesy White Cube.
Call for entries: Open Cube
Curated by Adriano Pedrosa, White Cube Mason’s Yard, London 2013
Application deadline: 28 February 2013

White Cube Mason’s Yard
25–26 Mason’s Yard London SW1Y 6BU

Leading contemporary art gallery White Cube has invited São Paulo-based curator Adriano Pedrosa to curate an exhibition at their Mason’s Yard gallery, London, in July 2013.

Pedrosa’s project, titled Open Cube, will attempt to infiltrate the hierarchies of the gallery system by inviting any interested artists to submit works to be included in the exhibition. By opening up the selection process, Pedrosa wishes to unsettle the system of gallery practices, initiating a dialogue with artists that might not have access to this network.

Shortlisted artists must be available for interviews in London with Adriano Pedrosa in March and April.
A comprehensive catalogue with texts by Pedrosa will accompany the exhibition.
Submissions: http://whitecube.com/submission/

The Mela* Project


Raqs Media Collective, There Has Been a Change of Plan, 2006

MeLa* European Museums in an age of migrations é um programa de pesquisa com duração de quatro anos, fundado pela Comissão Européia sob a tutela do Programa de Ciências Sócio-econômicas e Humanidades (FP7th).  MeLa* é um programa interdisciplinar que reflete sobre o papel dos novos museus nas sociedades globalizadas, caracterizadas pela migração contínua de pessoas e idéias. O objetivo desta plataforma é definir outras estratétigas de documentação, arquivamento, conservação, comunicação, etc, para as instituições artísticas e culturais contemporâneas, partindo de, principalmente, experiências européias.

Esta plataforma de pesquisa traz temas políticos, econômicos, sociais e estratégicos na discussão de possibilidades de gestão cultural educativa, desde uma experiência muito distinta e distante da realidade defasada da maioria das instituições culturais do Brasil. Porém, apesar dos contextos tão distintos, esta é uma rica fonte para compreender melhor o papel do museu contemporâneo de acordo com a dinâmica das cidades e de seus fluxos sociais e históricos.

O programa se divide em 6 linhas de pesquisa onde são agrupados assuntos de acordo com distintas abordagens teóricas, críticas, históricas e práticas.

http://www.mela-project.eu/ 

O que te move, te escolhe e alcança o mundo

Exposição coletiva com artistas  dos grupos de discussão de portfólio orientados por esta que escreve, há dois anos. O resultado foi mais afeto e menos afetação, em um momento em que falar de arte pareceu virar sinônimo de contabilizar milhões.

Diversas atividades estarão acontecendo de quinta a domingo, até 16 de setembro. Veja a programação em www.oqueteescolhe.wordpress.com

Entrada franca.

 

Alex Topini, “FEIRAS”

FEIRAS*

Um dos grandes desafios para o artista jovem de hoje é construir uma relação confortável com o mercado e a mídia. Constatado o fato de que não é possível escapar da realidade mercantil e midiática que normatiza a cultura global, cabe ao indivíduo descobrir o seu melhor modo de lidar com tal situação. Enquanto uns desejam compactuar cegamente com as pragmáticas regras do meio artístico pós-fordista, outros assumem que esta convivência não deve ser assim tão dócil nem inquestionável. (continua…)

*texto escrito por Daniela Labra para o catálogo do programa aprofundamento, do Parque Lage, orientado por Anna Bela Geiger, Fernando Cochiaralle e João Modé

The Social Artwork – obra de arte colaborativa

O projeto The Social Artwork é uma plataforma on-line aberta para todos que quiserem compartilhar ideias de trabalhos artísticos. A iniciativa expressa uma vontade de discutir de modo prático a relação autor-obra-capitalismo que acompanha o momento contemporâneo. Mais além do fato de se as obras colaborativas aqui propostas terão “qualidade” artística, este projeto provoca a repensar noções de estética e ética na era da disseminação digital da informação.

“The Social Artwork” is an experiment:

Users can propose projects and collaboratively work on them (or leave it open for others to work on it). In this way a performance piece for instance could be shown all over the world in various versions within a very short amount of time.

Therefor structure of this website is as simple as possible:

*No Rating

Voting and ranking functions, such as known from most online portals are consequently avoided. It is not about having the best or the most popular idea, it’s about developing thoughts.

http://www.socialartwork.org

Curso: Arte Fora do Cubo (2012.1)


Rubens Mano. Registro de apropriação popular de intervenção urbana. Museu da Casa Brasileira, São Paulo, 2004.

Estão abertas as inscrições para a 2a edição do curso: “Arte Fora do Cubo: ações artísticas e reações políticas na esfera da Arte Contemporânea”, na EAV Parque Lage, RJ.


Os encontros discutirão práticas artísticas contemporâneas instauradas desde os anos 1960, que lidam com o limite das regras da instituição cultural ou da galeria de arte. Tais práticas se constróem na possibilidade de ressignificar contextos e espaços não-usuais para a arte, a partir de uma negociação com o aparelho institucional – o qual muitas vezes engessa e direciona a proposta do artista.

A série de encontros apresenta estudos de caso de obras e propostas, coletivas ou individuais, para discutir a experiência estética como possibilidade para levantar questões sociais, políticas e éticas.

Artistas e coletivos abordados: Hans Haacke, Gordon Matta-Clark, 3 nós 3, Marina Abramovich e Ulay, Fluxus, Nelson Leirner, Paulo Bruscky, Jenny Holzer,Yoko Ono,  ORLAN, Carlos Garaicoa, Minerva Cuevas, Regina José Galindo, Guerrilla Girls, Santiago Sierra, Francis Alys, Daniel Buren, Yves Klein, entre outros.

Outros temas: Iniciativas independentes, espaços auto-geridos, a interface tecnológica, o sistema da arte global.

Local:EAV Parque Lage, Rio de Janeiro

Horários – 5ª feira | 19h – 21h
Data          – 10 Maio – 28 Junho

+ infos   EAV Parque Lage