Delfina Foundation in partnership with Kunsthalle Praha is delighted to announce an open call for a curator based in Central and Eastern Europe (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine).
The three-week residency will take place during winter 2021 (22 February – 12 March 2021).
For more details and to apply click here for the application pack.
Application deadline: 17:00 GMT, Tuesday, 1 September 2020
The Royal Irish Academy’s Social Sciences Committee has launched a youth photography call (18- to 25-year olds) for an online exhibition. We are seeking submissions of photographs and captions that tell the story of things that help or hinder the lives of this generation of young people on the whole island of Ireland, from urban and rural communities. The closing date is 30 September.
Click the flyer below to find out all the details and get the link for submitting your entry:
If you have creative or cultural talents that you’d love to turn into a future business opportunity, our postgraduate certificate could be for you. We recently spoke with Dr Karl Thomas and Noelle Brown about the course, what’s covered and what it’s like to participate. Karl is the academic lead for innovation creativity in Trinity College and the lead facilitator on this course. Noelle Brown is an actor, writer and director and owner of NB Theatre Production Company who recently completed the course.
Presented by Baz Ashmawy, Wingman see’s Baz meet a person with something missing from their life and acts as their “wingman”, opening their mind to new possibilities and showing them what could be.
We are keen to find a young creative (a photographer, painter, street artist) that Baz could potentially work with and bring to the forefront on a National TV programme. That said however we are also open to hear all other dreams, wishes, ambitions from the wider community.
This year’s Music Capital Scheme was launched last week; details are on the Music Network site here. The Scheme supports the purchase of musical instruments by non-professional performing groups (Award 1) and individual professional performing musicians (Award 2).
Age & Opportunity is the national organisation that provides a range of opportunities for older people who want to get more involved in arts and culture, sport and physical activity, civic engagement and personal development.
Our aim is to inspire people aged 50+ to live a dynamic life where they are more active, more visible, more creative and more connected.
Artist in Residence in a Care Setting is an Age & Opportunity initiative.
Closing date for receipt of tender: Friday 21st August 2020
Creative Spark is delighted to offer visual artists a residency programme for 2021. Creative Spark is a not-for-profit company established to promote creative and cultural industries, including new and emerging businesses and freelance practitioners, in County Louth, Ireland. Creative Spark provides a dedicated creative training and workspace facility. The Creative Spark Residency Programme will provide opportunities for visual artists and art professionals to research and develop their practices. It will support both emerging and established visual artists working in any medium, but will give preference to those artists developing a body of work in a printmaking discipline. Application is by open call and is open to Local , Irish and international applicants. Each residency will be supported by provision of studio space in Creative Spark, along with access to all the facilities and basic technical support.
Duration – 2-3 Months per residency
The recipient artist will be required to give demonstrations and provide talks on their practice during their residency and donate one piece to Creative Spark archives. The residency should include a community participation element and may conclude with an exhibition of the recipients work locally.
Private rental – no accommodation provided. Where possible they advise artists about possible options locally.
Fully fitted studio space with water supply.
Fully equipped printmaking studio-Creative Spark print studio.
DEADLINE for receipt of completed applications 14th September 2020
To apply please visit the following link for more details. creativespark.ie/residencies.html
This programme has been generously supported by Create Louth (Arts Service of Louth County Council)
Entries are now invited for the Anthology Magazine Poetry Prize. Established to recognise and encourage excellence in the craft of poetry writing and to provide a platform for publication, it is open to original and previously unpublished poems in the English language. Entries are invited from poets of all nationalities, living anywhere in the world. Poems submitted must be on the theme of ‘Expectations’ and should not exceed 40 lines. There is no limit to entries per person.
It is not a requirement, but is advisable to refer to Anthology Magazine or purchase a copy before submitting your work, so that you can see the type of material we publish. Subscriptions and single copies are available to purchase through our online shop.
The winner will receive a €500 cash prize and the chance to see their work published in a future issue of Anthology Magazine.
The winner will also receive a one year subscription to Anthology Magazine
Submission Deadline & Entry Fees:
Early Bird: 30 September 2020 – €10 per poem
Deadline: 30 November 2020 – €15 per poem
Terms and Conditions
To enter, submit an original, unpublished poem, written in English on the topic of ‘Expectations’ with a maximum of 40 lines.
Entry fee: €10 per poem if you enter by midnight on 30 September 2020, or €15 per poem if you enter by midnight on 30 November 2020.
There is no limit to the number of entries you can submit.
There is no age limit.
The closing date for receipt of entries is 30 November 2020 at midnight.
Once selected, the winner will be contacted by email or telephone.
Copyright remains with the author but Anthology Magazine reserves the right to be the first to publish or arrange a broadcast of selected works. The right to use the poems to further publicise this award is also retained.
Submission of a written piece implies the author’s acceptance of the terms and conditions.
Anthology Magazine reserves the right to change the prizes in the event of unforeseen circumstances.