Open calls around the world
The fifth residency program by South Korea's Seoul Art Space accepts projects by artists, critics and curators from all over the world. The deadline for submissions is July 10. Additional information is available at the program's official blog.
Located in Vilnius, Lithuania, educational centre Rupert selects artists, writers, curators, arts managers and researchers to its 2 month residency program. The deadline for submissions is July 14. Find more about the program here.
As a non-profit, independent organization, Halka Art Project is open to all artists, theoreticians and researchers. An active participant in the realization of projects, exhibitions, workshops and encounters, the project accepts proposals until July 31 on its official website.
Kriti Gallery's artists in residence program is an effort to provide a space for artists from all fields of art to interact with each other, in a green tranquil space for contemplation and peace, not far from the centre of Varanasi, India. For this September's call, submissions must be sent until August 1. More information at the gallery's website.
Up-and-coming - International Film Festival Hannover selects films by artists of age 27 or younger, accepting submissions until August 1. The festival seeks new talents, therefore amateur or debut filmmakers are welcome. Learn more from the festival's website.
Three Eastern European institutions are open for submissions (until Sept. 9) for a joint research project focused on the topic of Shame (in its relation to the body, identity, society, etc.), to be undertaken in one of the following spaces: Miroslav Kraljevic Gallery (Zagreb), Center for Contemporary Arts (Celje) e Association for Culture and Art CRVENA (Sarajevo). Click here for more information.