Chisenhale Studios are now inviting applications for Into the Wild 2023 – a free, alternative, artist development programme for recent BA graduates and those at a similar stage in their creative practice. Into the Wild is led by and designed for artists with first-hand experience of the inequalities that exist within the art world. Artists who seek to create supportive communities, who work towards making art more equitable and accessible, and who want to build different kinds of art worlds as a result. This programme is for early-career artists that connect with or relate to these experiences and aims.
Open Call for UKNA’s 6th Weekender Residency, Friday 27 to Sunday 29 January 2023, generously supported by 4C Group and Canopy By Hilton London City hotel. The Weekender is an opportunity to take some time, meet other artists, collaborate and replenish thinking and possible directions for your practice. The Weekender is curated by Rosalind Davis; artist-curator and a graduate of The Royal College of Art (2005) and Chelsea College of Art (2003).
Staffordshire St are looking for proposals from curators, artists, makers, designers, and performers to exhibit in our project space as part of their supported programme of events. Staffordshire St want to support people at all stages of their career and will select proposals from this Open Call to deliver three-week projects or 4-day events in their gallery space alongside the rest of their programme in 2023.
Aldea, Center for Contemporary Art, Design and Technology (Norway) and Curatron are offering two residencies in 2023 (February 2nd to March 17th, March 16th to April 29th), each followed by a group exhibition in the Aldea gallery. Aldea is an institution that aims to foster the creative ambitions of their open community. Professional grade workshops (metal, wood, digital fabrication), gallery, working studios, residency programs and online cultural management systems are all part of their broad set of resources. Each artist will receive living expenses, travel expenses and a production fee.
The Bagri Foundation provides support, in the form of grants, towards artistic and educational projects. Areas of interest: Promotion of arts and culture of all Asia and the diasporas; Supporting established and mid-career level artists; Partnerships that explore global topics in creative ways; Courses, lectures, research projects, exhibitions and symposiums that cover a wide range of topics from Asia. London is Their prime city for showcasing talent. International projects and those in other parts of the UK are considered occasionally. Grants range from £5,000 – £150,000 and are awarded in two rounds per year.
Founded by artist Anna Woodward, collector Sam Senchal and property expert Scott Franklin, Good Eye Projects will host six artists per residency at their studio spaces in Hammersmith. There are currently two residency periods scheduled, including Spring (6th February - 7th May) and Summer (15th May -20th). Each residency will culminate in a group exhibition. To apply, send a c. 250-word artist statement; 5 JPEG images of artworks that best represent your practice; a c. 100-word statement on how the residency will benefit you, how you plan to use it and how many days per week you’ll be able to use the studio; and relevant links to your website/Instagram to email@example.com.
Spike Island is pleased to invite applications from artists based in the South West of England to develop a new digital commission for our website and/or online channels. This opportunity is part of the West of England Visual Arts Alliance (WEVAA), supported by Arts Council England.
The successful applicant will receive: A £2,000 budget to produce a new digital commission for Spike Island’s website and/or online channels; An artist’s fee of £2,000; Significant promotion via Spike Island’s website and online channels before and during the launch of the commission in autumn 2023.; Annual membership to Spike Island Associates programme, which offers free access to regular talks, one-to-ones with artists, critics and curators, and other opportunities for peer-to-peer learning and support; Support from Spike Island’s Programme team to develop and present the commission.
Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop is renowned for its solo residency programme and the gallery has decided to expand and provide exhibition opportunities. Apply now for your chance to host a 3-week exhibition in their west London gallery. The winning proposal will be supported with a private view, networking, live Instagram participation in our Conversation Continues series and the participating artists will also be given a complimentary years subscription to the Fair Art Fair App.
Session I – Curators (Exhibition: 3rd-25th February), Session II – Artist Group (Exhibition: 3rd March -25th March), Session III – Solo (Exhibition: 31st March-22nd April)
FIELDNOTES is inviting submissions for its fifth issue. They are seeking non-conforming submissions: ideas in transition, poetry in translation, collaborations and conversations, works between genres, between fiction and theory, between text and image, new poetic modes and things-in-progress. Contributors selected from the Open Call will be paid a fee (between £100-£200) for original content not published elsewhere (online or in print).