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Rhizome accepting proposals for 2010

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

The goal of the Rhizome Commissions Program is to support emerging artists by providing grants for the creation of significant works of new media art. By new media art, we mean projects that creatively engage new and networked technologies to works that reflect on the impact of these tools and media in a variety of forms. Rhizome defines emerging artist as artists who exhibit great potential yet are not fully recognized within their field. Commissioned works can take the final form of online works, performance, video, installation or sound art. Projects can be made for the context of the gallery, the public, the web or networked devices.

Proposed projects can be at any stage of production, from conception to distribution. Applications must be made and submitted online. Grant amounts range from $1,000 to $5,000 and can be applied to any aspect of the work, including labor costs, technology, or materials. In this funding cycle, Rhizome will award nine grants: seven grants will be determined by a jury of experts in the field, and two will be determined by Rhizomeā€™s membership through an open vote.

Artists who receive a commission will also be invited to speak at Rhizome’s affiliate, the New Museum of Contemporary Art, and to archive their work in the ArtBase, a comprehensive online art collection. We are now accepting applications. The deadline for submission is on midnight April 2, 2009.

Van Alen Institute NYC Prize Fellowship

Sunday, February 15th, 2009

The New York Prize Fellowship is designed to support the development and production of public projects, accessible to a general audience, and ranging across media, temporalities, and scales in the form of exhibitions, installations, performances, symposia, workshops, and many other formats.

Research applicants must involve some form of public program. The Fellowship offers $2,500 to $10,000 for the implementation of the project including a stipend towards living and housing expenses in New York City ($1500 to New York City residents; $6500 to non-residents), as well as assistance in travel costs and in obtaining a visa.

Deadline: 6 March.
For further information, contact Alexander Arroyo on 212-924-7000 ext.16, or
email: [email protected]
W: http://www.vanalen.org/html/03_overview.php

Rijksakademie Residency

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

The Rijksakademie Residency in Amsterdam is an international research and production place for emerging, professional artists from all continents. The Rijksakademie is an international meeting place, production and research platform for young emerging artists from all over the world. They can work for one or two years on research, projects and production. Every year approximately 25 new artists are invited for a residency. The work period runs from January through December. Residents have their own studio and a modes work budget. There are several large project spaces available for try-outs, collaborations and presentations.

Residents pursue all major contemporary art disciplines and techniques: painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, sculpture, video, film, sound and computer art. The relation of contemporary art with other disciplines such as architecture and public space, theatre, new media, music, dance, literature and film is also highlighted. The Rijksakademie has extensive technical facilities, a library, an art collection, and also offering basic facilities such as a studio, assistance by technical specialists, a work budget, and mediation with accommodation and grants.

Deadline: 1st February 2009

Contact email: [email protected]