Free Range Inc. welcomes proposals from practicing artists and curators working in any medium for solo or group shows, performances, and projects. They aim to support emerging and established artists working across a broad range of critical practices. Their program aims to include a diversity of art practices, and work that is experimental and innovative.
Applications are assessed by the free range committee monthly. When assessing applications free range looks for proposals that are well-considered, critically engaged, and ambitious.
Applicants will be informed of outcome via email as soon as possible (usually within 4 weeks of submission).
Download an application form here.
A Festival of Locative Media and Urban Community
Recent exhibitions, festivals and conferences across the US and in Europe have taken wireless networks, public space, locative media and urban environments as sites of intervention, creativity, and critique. Formulated within the emerging context of networked urbanism and mobile media, City Centered: A Festival of Locative Media and Urban Community will focus upon dynamics of the shifting, locative, cartographic and social space of the city. It is organized by educational, arts, community-based and civic organizations and asks how locative media can act as a platform and venue for community-led expression.
The fourth edition of Téte-á-Téte has been released. It features an interview with Perth artist Gian Manik on his new exhibition at the Black and Blue gallery in Redfern; a wrap-up of the Fremantle Print Award; a map of Perth's emerging art spaces and more. You can download the A3-printable pdf here.
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For more information on the award please contact the City on 9474 0777 or email email@example.com
The highly anticipated and premium art fair ARTSingapore 2009 is back this year to set the visual art scene ablaze over four days from 9 -12 October 2009 at Suntec Singapore. Since the first fair in 2000, ARTSingapore has established a reputation as the place to see contemporary art and museum-quality pieces in Asia.
As the only major art fair in Southeast Asia, ARTSingapore is the platform where gallery owners, collectors, artists and art aficionados gather to forge business alliances, acquire new contemporary artworks, share ideas and exchange information.
"A rare survivor among the stately wood-crib elevators that once towered over rural America, this 105-foot-tall structure has been reincarnated as one of the strangest new homes for contemporary art in the Northeast, a place that feels like a Lower East Side gallery transplanted into a treehouse, redolent of damp pine and the animal feed that once filled the spaces."
Read the full New York Times Article here.