CALL FOR ENTRIES For the 21st United Nations Conference on climate change Deadline January 30th 2015 The Coal Prize Art and Environment rewards each year a project by a contemporary artist involved in environmental issues. Its goals are to promote and support the vital role which art and creation play in raising awareness, supporting concrete… Continue reading Call: COAL PRIZE ART AND ENVIRONMENT 2015
A botanical exhibition on the coevolution processes between a growing community of representative cultural organisms in Berlin, the conditions of the soil where contemporary art is produced and presented, and (eco) systems of care. Artistic positions by: Filippo Berta (IT), Mit Borrás (ES), Birgit Cauer (DE), Club Real (AT/DE), Anaisa Franco (BR), Doris Koch (DE), Ruth Le Gear (IR) Curated by: Paz Ponce and Andrzej Raszyk (Berlinerpool) in cooperation… Continue reading Pflegeanweisungen. The art of living together.
Foyer and Food Special: Oslo Apiary exhibit work by Victoria Günzler 8 Dec 2014 20:00 Wergelandsveien 17 Foyer work The foyer exhibit revolves around the unique mix of food production, art practices and architecture that characterizes Kunstnernes Hus. The collaboration between Victoria Günzler and Oslo Apiary momentarily transforms the main stair case of Kunstnernes Hus into an… Continue reading Oslo Apiary – Victoria Günzler
International Environmental Art Exhibition, Slash and Burn Gallery “Dear Artist, We invite You to take part in an open call for the KOLI Environmental Art Festival’s summer 2015. All artists can send their application. Application period 01.12.2014-31.01.2015. KOLI Environmental Art Festival is an international environmental art project in North Karelia, Finland, and the project is… Continue reading OPEN CALL: Koli Environmental Art Festival
20.11 2014—15.2 2015 KONSTHALL C Cigarrvägen 14, 123 57 Farsta, Sweden Tel: 08–604 77 08 http://www.konsthallc.se 33 dagar/33 Days is an exhibition by Ingrid Book and Carina Hedén, and an investigation into the life of insects existing in a habitat of Damson trees (Prunus Insititia). The first Scandinavian findings of Damson, the “poor man’s plums”, are… Continue reading ”33 Days” – an exhibition by Ingrid Book and Carina Hedén
28th Nov- 20 Dec Schedule in English and Kannada below Participate in this Bus Festival by attending events, travelling in buses and thinking about urban mobility!
Join Hauser & Wirth Somerset for a panel discussion exploring issues around outdoor sculpture, and art that relates to its surrounding environment. A panel of leading artists, curators and commissioners including Clare Lilley, Director of Programme at Yorkshire Sculpture Park; Robert and Nicky Wilson, co-founders of Jupiter Artland; and artist, Alec Finlay, will be looking… Continue reading Panel discussion: Art in the Landscape
Open Stage is now open! Update: Deadline for abstract submission extended: The scientific committee decided to prolong the deadline for submissions until 15th December and for open stage until 5th January. Call for proposals for Open Stage – Read more! What leaps of faith, means and ends are required in order to move towards culture(s)… Continue reading Follow up: Culture(s) in Sustainable Futures
“Art Agora is a project to make a new residence for art […] starting from recognizing the reality to locate art as a companion in risk society. This is an annual event for conversation and exchange held with theorists, humanities researchers, planners, artists, designers and architects […] It is a frame to invite artistic communities… Continue reading Art Agora 2014 — Art & Sustainability
Introducted by Daro Montag, CCANW Co-Director and leader of RANE, this event marks the beginning of a new series of talks and discussions titled Artists in Conversation. Convened by Rachel Hindley and hosted by Back Lane West, the discussions aim to add legacy and widen the debate around Soil Culture. Jonny Briggs will be talking… Continue reading Soil Culture project in conversation