The ArtsEverywhere Fellowship for Artistic Journalism is a year-long program of support for any individual artist/journalist/writer/musician/producer/collective, whose work exhibits a commitment to integrating creative practice with rigorous journalistic research, writing and multimedia production. The deadline to apply is November 15, 2019.
The ArtsEverywhere Festival aims to spark rich dialogues about issues, ideas, and challenges that are of the interest to our Guelph & Region audiences, and of relevance and interest to our national and global audiences via ArtsEverywhere.ca. By bringing to the stage a diverse, informative, creative, and, sometimes, unlikely combination of speakers, artists, and musicians, the festival offers a program that connects to the ongoing work and needs of many organizations and individuals that wish to make the world a better place.
Join The Walrus for a showcase of the writers, performers, musicians, and thinkers that are defining Canada’s artistic future. Details here.
As part of Kansas City, Missouri’s Black Pride, Blaqout presents a conversation with Dominique Jackson of the FX TV series Pose. This event is curated by Michael Roberson, and will take place at the Ewing M Kauffman Foundation on August 10th at 2pm.
Queer speakers around the world are invited to submit words and phrases in local queer languages, including “Beke” in the Philippines, “Polari” from the U.K., “Pajuba” in Brazil, among others, with a definition and English translation not exceeding 200 words per definition to this email QueerInternationalDictionary[at]gmail.com. There is no limit on how many words each person can submit. Each participant will be properly credited.
Conceived by curator Mike Watson, Politics of Dissonance is a festival of sound, noise, political video, and VJ performances to be hosted in collaboration with Quartair, Social Sensibility and Perpetuum Mobile / Artists at Risk on 6th-9th July 2018. The event aims to bring together independent spaces and practitioners from across the world to collaborate in a performative investigation into the discord that defines our times. Drawing on dissonance both as a musical term and as a term used to describe social rupture or unease Politics of Dissonance invites sound and noise artists and musical practitioners as well as VJs and video makers to engage in performances or to create installations that focus on the role of dissonance in giving form to our times.
OPEN CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS
Summer school and learning play.
Go and stop the progress!
Focusing on the issues of progress/acceleration and counter-modernity.
07.08.-17.08.2018, @Vierte Welt, Berlin, Germany
Initiated by the collective Chto Delat in partnership with Vierte Welt, Berlin
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ArtsEverywhere is a proud supporter of Families United 4 Justice and the Forced Trajectory Project. Together we will produce a series of personal narratives by family members affected by police killing, a small effort to create counter-narratives to those established by the media in collusion with law enforcement. FU4J’s network gathering is taking place this weekend, June 28-July 1.
Free Home University and Musagetes are delighted to announce:
What’s there to learn: Self-Education for Self-Educators
An (im)practical conference, a convivial residency,
An aleatoric exhibition, a book launch, a football tournament, a walk to the sea
(and other exercises on the occasion of five years of Free Home University)
June 19-26, 2018 in Castiglione d’Otranto (Lecce, Italy)
The Shelter City Initiative offers human rights defenders (HRDs) a possibility for rest and respite by letting them escape temporarily from a threatening situation. The term HRD is intended to refer to the broad range of activists, journalists, scholars, writers, artists, political figures, lawyers, civil rights defenders, independent media professionals, civil society members, and others working to advance human rights and democracy around the world. Shelter City offer a safe space to human rights defenders at a moment where they are particularly vulnerable and their security can no longer be guaranteed at home.
Call for Applicants from the New York Foundation for the Arts
Deadline: Monday, May 14, 2018
The Mentoring Program in Performing and Literary Arts pairs immigrant artists working in the performing and literary arts, with artist mentors who provide one-on-one support, guiding participants to achieve specific goals to sustain their art practice, while navigating different cultural perspectives in the NYC art world and beyond. The Mentoring Program aims to foster a community, and collaborations, providing opportunities to connect with other immigrant artists through group meetings, peer learning, and informal gatherings. For more information and to apply, click here.