6 – 7th July 2013
Ranelagh Arts Centre, Dublin 6
Trampoline Market is a two days arts and crafts event taking place in beautiful Ranelagh Arts Centre over the Summer.
In a dreamy and friendly atmosphere, 12 designers will have a unique opportunity to expose and sell their work while getting together with other talented creatives and having fun.
This is the first stop of an art and craft event which is going to travel the world and we will do our best to make it a memorable, inspiring and positive experience for everybody involved.
Join us in the journey!
Whether you are an emerging or more established designer and you are interested in taking part, send a few photographs of your work and a little description of your art practice at: email@example.com
Stalls are €40 for one day or €70 for the whole weekend.
Deadline for receipt of works is Sunday 23rd June 2013
An open call for artists, composers and musicians to send a short audio recording that responds in some way to the above. The work can be a sound piece, a recording of a music composition, a field recording, an excerpt from a larger work, or other. The work can be mono or stereo and between 1 and 7 minutes in duration. Selected works will be included in a special listening room during the Hilltown New Music Festival, Saturday 20th to Sunday 21st July 2013.
- Accepted file formats are uncompressed .wav or .aiff at 44.1kHz / 24bit
- Files must be submitted via a special upload facility, which will be available on the www.hilltown.ie website from 1st June 2013 until the deadline 23rd June. Details and short description of the track as well as a short artist biography must be submitted via a word form also available from that date.
For more information you can contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: 20th June
Critical Bastards Magazine is seeking submissions for Issue 10. This issue will depart from previous printed format to be purely audio in form.
We are seeking audio reviews, interviews, and articles about art. What we are looking for is a creative response to this call; we are not looking for reviews which are simply written and then recorded.
What we are looking for are clearly recorded, concise, coherent reviews and responses to work, that emphasise and explore how the spoken word influences the structure of the article. Although the format will be in audio form, we are looking for reviews and articles about all kinds of work, not sound work in particular.
We welcome audio articles of no longer than 15 minutes duration, submitted with an image that relates to the content.
Send submissions to email@example.com. Recordings will be selected on the fitness of their inclusion in the issue.
Our curated slideshows generally consist of 20-25 artists, with each artist featuring up to five minutes of original work. In most cases, this is a slideshow of between 15 and 40 images. Every slideshow is set to music or an audio recording that the artist has selected. We generally accept all types of submissions, as long as the work can be represented fairly in a slideshow format. Pre-produced multimedia submissions are also welcome, as long as they fit within our guidelines and format.
For more information, and details on how to submit, please visit: www.slideluck.com/submissions
Deadline: 14th June at 6pm
Are you an artist looking to work with a successful Belfast based art collective?
Vent Collective is looking to expand our membership due to several upcoming projects.
-be based in Belfast
-be practicing artists working in any medium
-be familiar with the Vent Collective’s portfolio of work, available on their website: www.ventcollective.co.uk
-have a desire to work as part of the Vent Collective
-actively support, develop and be available for all Vent Collective projects
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- Your name
- Artist’s statement (max 100 words, English only)
- email & website (if applicable)
- Portfolio of no more than 5 images (jpeg) or videos links (youtube links are acceptable) of work completed within the last year.
Submissions that do not fulfill the above criteria will not be considered
Successful applicants will be notified via email on Monday 1st July 2013.
Deadline: 23rd May
Clancy Festival Art Trail seeks submissions from new and previously unexhibited artists.
The Artists and selected work will be exhibited in a pop-up gallery as part of the Festival taking place this June bank holiday weekend in Carrick on Suir, Co. Tipperary.
Maximum size for work is 20 by 16 inches size includes frame. Entries are limited to one per person and will cost 2 euro each. The artwork does not have to be framed but must be ready to hang.
Entries can be brought to the Nano Nagle Centre, Carrick on Suir, Tipperary only between 10.00am and 5.00pm on 23rd May or images can be sent to email@example.com no later than 20th May.
All entries must include a title and a price
Unit 1 was founded in 2010 to support the development of performance art in Ireland. Unit 1 has so far curated 16 exhibitions, showing work by almost 60 artists. In 2013 we are continuing to curate regular performance art exhibitions, facilitating the creation of new live performance work and providing audiences with the opportunity to see new work on a regular basis. Unit 1 is currently run by Dominic Thorpe, Ciara McKeon and Debbie Guinnane.
If you have ANY questions please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to guest curate a Unit 1 exhibition, please contact us by May 26th – we look forward to hearing from you.
Deadline: 31st May at 4pm
The Northsiders’ Museum, The Northside Shopping Centre, Coolock, Dublin 17
Artist Lisa Crowne invites you to take part in “the Northside” project. We are looking for images that say “the Northside” to you. Your images Can be from any time, of anything, anyone or any place on the Northside. Images will be edited to create a short video piece which will be Projected during our Citizens’ Exhibition.
You can submit your images via email. Please include your name, title of your piece and it’s story (if possible). You can also drop them into the museum 2pm-5pm, Thurs to sat between 16th and 3oth may. We also accept slides and negatives which can be scanned in the museum or short video clips.
The Clare Arts Office, supported by Ennis Town Council, has announced that an open-air art exhibition will take place in the Temple Gate Car Park in Ennis between 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, 25th May.
The exhibition is being held in conjunction with the Fleadh Nua and follows the success of last year’s event, “Art for All”, the brainchild of local art student Ann Cronin. ‘Art for All’ was piloted in 2012 when Ann, along with a group of artists from the Ennis-based Vincent Killowry Art Group, added a splash of colour during the Fleadh Nua Weekend with their open air exhibition in the Friar’s Walk Car Park.
As someone who regularly attends the Fleadh, Ann proposed the provision of visual art to accompany the music during the Fleadh to the Clare County Arts Office and Ennis Town Council.
“The initiative, which is based on a similar and very successful scheme hosted in St. Stephen’s Green in Dublin. Over 20 of Vincent Killowry’s Art Group participated last year and it is hoped that by opening participation to any interested this year, the Temple Gate Car Park will provide a kaleidoscope of colour over the weekend,” commented County Arts Officer Siobhán Mulcahy.
Ms. Mulcahy added: “It is wonderful to see local artists adding to the cultural atmosphere of the town during the Fleadh Nua. Organising the exhibition in a more central this year should boost audience numbers.”
Registration is now open for the event, with a limited number of pitches available. To register, contact the Arts Office, Clare County Council on (065) 6899091 or email@example.com.
Deadline: 24th May at 5pm
Outside:Insight is an annual arts exhibition presented by Brigit’s Garden and Galway Arts Centre. Brigit’s Garden is situated on an 11 acre site near Moycullen, Co, Galway and offers a magnificent setting for an outdoor sculpture exhibition. The gardens are themed on the Celtic calendar and surrounded by meadows and woodlands creating a beautiful and tranquil place with a unique atmosphere.
We are seeking submissions and invite artists to create/submit site specific works that respond to the natural and architectural landscape of the garden and its inherent themes. We are seeking robust work where safety is amplified, with visual and aesthetic impact.
Site-specific works will be accepted in a range of materials and forms, including environmental sculpture, light installation, video, performance and sound.
Deadline for submission of work/s is the 24th of May. Successful applicants will be notified in the first week of June. Exhibition will open at 3pm on Sunday the 7th of July and will close on Saturday the 31st August.
• There is an adjudicator vote which awards the successful artist with 100 euros which is announced at the opening (Adjudicator still to be confirmed)
• There is also an audience vote which awards the successful artist with 100 euros which is announced at the end of the exhibition.
Application procedure: please submit-
• The title, price, dimensions and materials of each work being submitted
• Artist C.V,
• Artist statement
• Images of work/video clips of work
• Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on the 24th May 2013
Conditions of applications:
To assist us in making decisions applications should include the following:
• Proposals will only be accepted by email
• The proposal must show that the work(s) will be stable, robust, secure and safe. If a work is unstable or dangerous after installation it will be removed.
• Work sold during and as a result of the exhibition is subject to 25% commission. Artists will be responsible for the delivery of works that are sold.
• Brigit’s Garden reserves the right to use photographs of works for publicity purposes in relation to the exhibition
• Brigit’s Garden will provide Public Liability Insurance for works exhibited. Please note that All Risks insurance is the responsibility of the artist. While every care will be taken of works submitted, neither Brigit’s Garden nor the organisers will be responsible for any damage, loss of or destruction to any works for any reason whatsoever.