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Monday
Jul142014

Announcement - Head of Art Market - West Midlands

Boundary I, 2000. Barbara Walker. Oil on canvas, 182 x121cm. Image courtesy of the artist.

We are very pleased to announce that Rachel Bradley has been appointed Head of Art Market for the West Midlands.
 
Rachel, who is based in the West Midlands, is a freelance curator and visual arts consultant, recently developing the New Art West Midlands graduate exhibitions. She was Co-Director of Midwest Artists support agency from 2003 to 2008.  In 2005 she co-curated the Scotland Pavillion at the Venice Biennale, and has worked as Commissions Manager for the Public Art Commission Agency (PACA) Birmingham and was Exhibitions organiser for the Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow.
 
Rachel will take up position at the end of this month.  There will be an opportunity to hear about Art Market activity for the region:
  • Curators Network
  • Acquisition Scheme
  • Annual Exhibition
  • Art Fair presentation
  • Website
A meeting date will be announced on the Turning Point West Midlands website. Please subscribe for updates here.
 
Rachel will work closely with Turning Point West Midlands, organisations and national and international agencies.
 
The Art Market project is supported by Arts Council England and Birmingham City University.
 
 
Friday
Jul112014

West Midlands Open - deadline extended

The West Midlands Open is a biennial collaboration between Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and Wolverhampton Art Gallery. It offers a platform for the vibrant talent of the West Midlands Art Scene and allows regional artists to show their work at these prestigious venues.

All artists currently living in Birmingham and the West Midlands (incorporating Staffordshire, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Warwickshire) are eligible to enter up to 3 works for selection.

To submit your work download the entry form or collect a form from the reception at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.

Closing date for entries is 18 July 2014 (revised date).


The exhibition will be on from 25 October 2014–15 February 2015.

 

Wednesday
Jul092014

Open Call - Call for submissions for Format Festival 2015

FORMAT International Photography Festival is now open for submissions for the 2015 festival taking place in Derby from March - April 2015.

The theme of the festival is 'Exposure'. Submissions are welcomed from artists/photographers, curators, collectives, archives, independent publishers and performers. There are opportunities to show different kinds of works: wall based, installation, public space, screen, interactive, digital, participatory, workshop and event based.

The Jury includes, Birmingham-born photographer and FORMAT Patron Brian Griffin. Between 30 and 40 applicants will get the opportunity to exhibit or present events at FORMAT International Photography Festival 2015. Awards include photographic equipment and cash prizes.

Deadline: 5pm, Wednesday 1 October 2014.

Wednesday
Jul092014

Commission opportunity - Fête Des Lumières, Lyon

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a co-commission between Fête des Lumières de Lyon and WERK (formerly EC-Arts), for an artist or organisation based in Birmingham to produce one or multiple 'Monumental Light Object' for a key central location in Lyon during the Festival of Lights event in December 2014. There will also be the opportunity to exhibit the work within the Longbridge Light Festival in 2015, if considered appropriate by WERK.

More information can be found here.

Deadline: 12 noon, Friday 8 August 2014.

 

Wednesday
Jul022014

Commission for public sculpture as part of Birmingham New Street Station redevelopment

 Network Rail and Birmingham City Council are seeking an artist(s) to propose a design and be involved in the build for Public Art that shall fit with the overall concept of the New Street Station redevelopment and compliment the 21st century look. Three areas are proposed for the Art with a total budget of £150,000 (construction and design). www.newstreetnewstart.co.uk

 
Expressions of interest and any questions should be emailed to Azhar Quaiyoom -  azhar.quaiyoom@networkrail.co.uk
Deadline for expressions of interest: Friday 11 July 2014.
A full design brief and details will be issued on Monday 14 July 2014.

 
Thursday
Jun262014

Latest Artists' News & Opportunities Bulletin published

The winners of New Art West Midlands 2014 with NAWM selectors and prize-giving organisations © Simon Hadley. The deadline for New Art West Midlands 2015 is Wednesday 2 July

The latest Artists' News and Opportunities Bulletin has been published and can be found here.

The next bulletin will be published on Thursday 17 July 2014.

If you have any news, events or opportunities you would like to submit please email: artistsnewsandoppstpwm@bcu.ac.uk

 

Tuesday
Jun242014

Artist Development Calendar

Turning Point West Midlands brings together in its new Artist Development Calendar a range of quality Artist Development programmes available in the West Midlands that are specifically designed for visual artists or are of benefit to visual artists.

Included is Turning Point West Midland's 2014-15 Artist Development programme with its lead partner The New Art Gallery Walsall as well as the programmes provided by other organisations.  The Calendar will develop to provide an overview of artist career development opportunities on offer in the region as well as signposting national activity.

View the calendar here.

 

Monday
Jun232014

New Art West Midlands 2015 - One week to apply

There is now only one week left to apply for New Art West Midlands 2015.

Are you a visual arts graduate from Birmingham City University, Coventry University, Staffordshire University, University of Wolverhampton or University of Worcester?

If you graduated with a visual arts BA, MA or PhD in 2012, 2013 or 2014 you are eligible to apply.

Selectors include:

Amna Malik, Senior Lecturer in Art History, Slade School of Art

John Newling, artist and former Professor of Installation Sculpture at Nottingham Trent University

Bedwyr Williams, artist.

Deadline extended: 5pm, Wednesday 2 July 2014.

More information can be found here.

 

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