Cuts and Burns has long been at the center of the organization’s activities, a program dedicated to assisting artists develop projects in video, experimental sound, new media and interactive technology, by providing them with professional editors, engineers, and programmers who are passionate about contemporary art.
The Contemporary Art Festival Sesc_Videobrasil has become established over the years as a diverse, multiple framework designed to spread, foster and reflect on art production from the “global South”, understood as Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle East, Oceania, parts of Europe and Asia.
33 Officina Creativa (33OC) Artist Residency program was developed to become a space & community where international artists can share places, experiences and sensibilities. The aim of the residency is to challenge perceptions about how Art is made and integrated in everyday life by devising unconventional scenarios for introducing ideas into the public realm.
The ARTWARD, initiated by the Independent Contemporary Art Advisors ICAA e.K., awarded aready for the 7th time supports highly talented fine artists.
The 7th ARTWARD consists of:
-a financial award to support artistic practice of € 4,000,-
-a newcomer award of € 1,000,-
-a 6 week Artist-in-Residence in the studio loft by Belgian collector Alain Servais, Brussels.
-a public choice award of € 300,-
The London Summer Intensive is a four week residency programme for artists offered by two leading art institutions, the Slade School of Fine Art and Camden Arts Centre. The Slade is a vibrant, world-renowned international art school and Camden Arts Centre is an influential space for contemporary art exhibitions and education.
Artist’s Fee: £5,200 (for 26 days work at a rate of £200 per day, including all artist’s fees and expenses and inclusive of VAT)
Additional project budget: £550 (for materials) (inclusive of VAT)
The Josef Herman Art Foundation Cymru (JHAFC) is looking to appoint a participatory artist to work with the Mining Josef Herman Project Team from 20th October 2014 – 30th June 2015 to develop and implement a series of engagement activities, including 12 intergenerational workshops that will encourage local groups and individuals to access, engage with, and create their own responses to Tate’s archive, the JHAFC’s collection and the life, times and work of Josef Herman in Ystradgynlais.