The call is addressed to artists, hackers, technologic experts, computer scientists and activists who have been working actively on the topic of truth-telling, leaking, and counter-surveillance, with the aim of exposing misconducts and wrongdoings – as well as to other critical thinkers, through whom issues of whistleblowing, leaking, and disclosing are investigated in their imaginative potential by producing critical interventions which are questioning the concept of »evidence« itself.
The CitySites Public Art Program is seeking an artist or artist team with experience creating a site-specific art installation that integrates into a suburban environment and a transit corridor. The Committee is seeking artistic excellence and innovation in past artwork, especially examples in similar settings.
Yorkshire & Humber Visual Arts Network wishes to commission an artist to create a work in response to the live and media arts festival ReROOTed taking place at the Humber Street Gallery, Hull, from 24-26 March, then present the work at YVAN’s Nourish 2017 regional conversation in Autumn 2017.
Moho Art Association is pleased to announce the YICCA International Contest of Contemporary Art 16/17 and calls for works by artists from any part of the world. The competition’s aim is to promote the enrolled artists, giving them chance to join the international market of contemporary art. YICCA is a huge opportunity for the artists, which can win one of the two cash prizes — 1st place: 3,000 Euro, 2nd place: 1,000 Euro. A total of 18 artists will also be selected for participation in the 2017 YICCA exhibition, to be held in a European city in May, next year.
The South Bend Museum of Art (SBMA) is seeking large-scale 2D and 3D artwork for long-term display in Sightlines, a collaborative project between the SBMA and Century Center. The two year exhibition will highlight 3 new artists alongside 3 current artists. Indoor and outdoor sites for the work are available and will be considered for accepted work.
The competition and touring exhibition SKETCH, aims to promote the diversity and importance of drawing and the role of the sketchbook in contemporary creative practice. For the first time SKETCH will be open to international as well as UK based artists. One hundred Sketchbooks will be chosen through an open submission process by a panel of three selectors with subject expertise representing the perspectives of writer, practitioner and curator.