CHECK OUT THESE VERMONT OPPORTUNITIES FOR ARTISTS IN ALL MEDIA!*

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DEADLINE: Monday, August 13, 2018 11:59 p.m.
The Clemmons Family Farm, Located in Charlotte, Vermont is one of the largest African-American-owned historic farms in Vermont today. The Clemmons Family Farm was granted an ArtPlace America award in 2017 for their project A Sense of Place, which uses art and place to build a loving and enriching multicultural community of friends, neighbors and visitors. A Sense of Place is soliciting artist proposals for Fall 2018 presentation (September 1 – October 30, 2018) in the following categories:

  1. African-American or African diaspora culinary heritage/culinary arts
  2. African-American or African diaspora outdoor performing arts (singing, storytelling, spoken word, music, dance, theater, mime, gymnastics, etc.)
  3. African-American or African diaspora visual arts
  4. African-American or African diaspora traditions or cultural arts that do not necessarily fit in any of the above three categories.

All artists or proposals must meet the following requirements to be eligible:

  1. Artists must be current residents of, and must have resided for at least one year (12 consecutive months) prior to the application in, one of these towns: Charlotte, Shelburne, Hinesburg, South Burlington, Burlington or Winooski.
  2. Proposals must focus on African-American or African diaspora arts, heritage or culture
  3. Proposals must include a community-building component (answer the question: how will your art help bring people together and create or build better relationships among people of diverse races, ethnicities, and countries of origin?).

Awards will range from $200 to $1500 to include artist fees and materials.
Artists are welcome to apply as individuals or as a group as long as they meet eligibility criteria. GET FULL DETAILS HERE.

FEVERISH WORLD
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DEADLINE AUGUST 1, 2018 or until space is full
FEVERISH WORLD is a 3-day symposium and art event organized by the UVM Ecoculturelab scheduled for October 19-23, 2018. Through a series of presentations, performances and art installations, the symposiumexplores the question, "How can we draw on the creative imagination of the arts, the wisdom and critical insight of the humanities, and the know-how and know-what of science and technology to develop practices for collective coexistence and even flourishing in the climate-destabilized world of our likely future?" FEVERISH WORLD is seeking submissions from artists, scholars, scientists, designers, engineers, and activists in two categories to contribute to the symposium:

(1) TEXTWORKS: Propositions for a Feverish World
We seek written contributions that report on (or propose) practical or scholarly efforts to bridge between the arts and humanities and the sciences, technology, engineering, and/or design in response to issues of public concern (such as climate change and the refugee crisis). Accepted proposals must be followed by a written contribution of no more than 3000 words, to be shared electronically with registered participants by October 12. Participants will then have five minutes to summarize their written contribution at a two-hour roundtable on Monday morning, October 22, 2018. Half of the roundtable duration will consist of moderated discussion.
TextWorks proposals are due by August 1, 2018 (proposals may be accepted beyond that date if program space is available). Proposals should include the following information:

  • name(s) and affiliation(s) of presenter/contributor(s);
  • title of presentation;
  • 150-300 word abstract, including scope of the work presented, disciplinary approach or strategy, and implications for the broader questions of the symposium.

(2) TENTWORKS: Shelters for a Feverish World
We seek creative proposals for conceptual, textu(r)al, expressive, and/or experiential works to be housed with/in one (or more) of the roughly 8’x8’x8’ triangular tents making up the symposium’s “Tent CityCommons” (see images below). Tents may be indoor or outdoor, and will be located at the University of Vermont campus and in key locations in and around Burlington. Proposed works could be of any format provided that they work in concert with the TentWorks spaces, are technically feasible (with limited logistical support), and either remain in place for much or all of the Symposium (Saturday through Monday) or be performed during that time period; and that they somehow respond — whether directly, laterally, diffusely, or circuitously — to the general themes of the symposium.
TentWorks proposals are due by August 1, 2018 (proposals may be considered beyond that date if space is available).

GET FULL DETAILS HERE.

VERMONT COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS IN COLLABORATION WITH THE
FOR FREEDOMS ART ORGANIZATION FOR 50 STATE INITIATIVE
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DEADLINE AUGUST 20, 2018
Vermont College of Fine Arts (VCFA) is proud to partner with the For Freedoms art organization which has been gathering significant media attention in both the NY Times and Art Forum. As a part of the collaboration, VCFA will be producing a video art installation, which will include a sign-making event and panel discussion that correlate to the ideas in Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms.

Selected work(s) will be shown in a public, outdoor screening and projected on to a
building in downtown Montpelier, VT. The screening will take place in early/mid-
October – exact date TBA.
Submission Open Call, Guidelines & Eligibility
Applicants must submit work correlate to the ideas in Franklin D. Roosevelt’s
Four Freedoms affirming the inalienable human rights of:

  • Freedom of speech
  • Freedom of worship
  • Freedom from want
  • Freedom from fear

Selected work(s) will be shown in a public, out-door screening and projected on to a
building in Montpelier, VT. Screening in early/mid-October – exact date TBA.

GUIDELINES AND ELIGIBILITY

  • Artists must reside in VT full-time or be a current student/alumni of VCFA
  • Entries must be no longer than 3 minutes in length
  • Total running time for accepted work must be no longer than 10 minutes
  • Applicants may submit up to 2 entries
  • Entries are submitted as direct links (YouTube, Vimeo, artist’s website etc.)

Applicants notified: early September 2018
See the application here: https://form.jotform.com/81766507576166

MORE INFORMATION:
Alastair Hayes
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Phone: (802) 828-8599

STEAMFEST: THE ART OF POSSIBILITY
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Art Exhibition, Friday, September 21, 2018
Seeking artists, artisans and makers working in 2D and 3D in all media including, but not limited to, painting, drawing, collage, photography, sculpture, video, data, sound, game design, installation, projection and performance for both indoor and outdoor venues. Traditional and non traditional artwork that explores or is influenced by science, engineering, technology and/or math and that considers the low-tech and/or high-tech relationship of aesthetic and experience in the 21st century will be considered. Art & Performance will be exhibited in existing businesses, art space, and vacant spaces/buildings throughout downtown Essex Junction. Some works considered for display throughout October.

To apply, visit www.steamfestvt.com to send up to 5 digital submissions with artist statements.
$35 application fee.

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