Case Study: ARTbound
ARTbound is an arts organisation, developed and managed by photographer and curator, Meg Oxford. It began in 2014 and primarily creates events and exhibitions, by building partnerships with other art organisations, galleries and creative venues, to support artists in showing and selling their work.
Cassy Oliphant is a painter, illustrator and community artist. Folk tales, nature, her love of travel and bringing people together are her main influences. Community and sharing stories has roots in much of her work. She has over 10 years experience working within community settings, from...
Adele Jackson: Bursary #3 update
Adele Jackson has created her first solargraph lightbox and has been in touch to tell us about her exhibition plans at Christchurch city art gallery / Te Puna o Waiwhetū in October 2019 and Hobart, Tasmania, Australia in July 2020.
Call for submissions to Black History Month exhibition
Deadline: 21/09/2019 Location: Penryn, Cornwall and Isles of Scilly
We are looking for submissions for solo and group exhibitions to celebrate Black History Month. In addition we are looking for submissions of 1-3 pieces for a group show curated by us.
My practice concerns the public's engagement of colour and consumerism. Colour being a fundamental aspect of daily existence, as the overlook RGB composition on our television sets. Learning from the laws of scientific research to place within a context of contemporary art. Then the aspect of...
New payment portal for opportunities
CuratorSpace have just launched their new payment portal making it easier for curators to manage submission fees for their opportunities.
FiLiA Arts 2019
Deadline: 22/09/2019 Location: Bradford, West Yorkshire
FiLiA 2019 conference showcase - Women's Art Exhibition
b-side is an arts organisation based in Dorset, UK. We work with and commission artists to make new site-responsive work revealing the marginal, often forgotten and less commercial aspects of our coastal towns and communities. We invite professional artists to make artworks in response to...
ORBIT: Open Call for October Instagram Residencies for Emerging Artists
Deadline: 23/09/2019 Location: Liverpool, Merseyside
ORBIT is (for the timebeing) an online initiative, aiming to support and showcase the work of emerging artists and writers throughout the UK, with the initial aim of publishing reviews/articles and hosting residencies on a weekly basis. ORBIT hopes to act as a platform for discussion and collaboration between artists at all different stages of their career from all across the country.
I am a Sheffield based designer, maker who works prominently in metal. I first started making in metal when I was at college and continued my exploration at Sheffield Hallam University where I studied both BA and MA in Jewellery and Metalwork.
CuratorSpace Artist Bursary #4: Carly Seller
The second of our two bursary recipients is Carly Seller, a multi-disciplinary artist whose work spans photography, moving-image, textiles and performance. Playing with control and interruption through process-led practices, she studies the intertwining relationships between the body, breath and landscape, drawing on her own yoga practice.
The London ULTRA 2019 - Open Call
Deadline: 23/09/2019 Location: London
Open call for Artists to apply to exhibit at The London Ultra 2019 @Bargehouse, OxoTower Wharf, London. Organised and curated by The Free Painters & Sculptors.
Alice Bradshaw is an artist, curator and writer. She is interested in discarded, everyday materials and words. Recycling and repetition are important strategies in her work, which sets up a dialogue around the value of rubbish through objects, publications, exhibitions and events. Alice's...
Photographer, Artist and Designer, incorporating image, woodcraft and other materials into assemblages, inspired by a love for the outdoors and the human story.
CuratorSpace Artist Bursary #4: Joe Cotgrave
The first of our two bursary winners for CuratorSpace Bursary #4 is Liverpool-based artist Joe Cotgrave, whose practice explores personal narratives as a young gay man living with HIV. His work engages with audiences to create meaningful conversation surrounding issues relating to the virus.
Open Call: Lumen Crypt Gallery Oct 2019
Deadline: 25/09/2019 Location: London, London
Lumen Studios welcome exhibition proposals from individual artists, groups of artists and curators, for October 2019.
Art for the climate crisis
Deadline: 25/09/2019 Location: London, London
A unique opportunity to inspire the public with the scale and urgency of the climate crisis and the need to pressure governments to take urgent action. The artwork will be displayed at an Extinction Rebellion central London protest site for two weeks in October, which will receive significant media attention. The theme of the site is 'Burned Earth'.
The Art House
The Art House provides studios and programmes offering time, space and support for artists and associates to develop their creative practice and progress their professional careers.
The Art House building is home to 50 artists' studios. We also have a three-bedroom accessible flat for...
Romily Alice Walden
Romily Alice Walden is a transdisciplinary artist working across sculpture, installation, text and publishing, all with a research-led and socially-engaged working methodology. Her practice centres a queer, disabled perspective on bodies, landscapes and community.
Featured organisation: Fronteer
Sheffield-based Fronteer is husband and wife team, artists Michael Borkowsky and Sharon Mossbeck who began organising open calls and group shows in 2014 as a way of exhibiting their own art work. Since that time their project has grown and they now provide opportunities for lots of other artists.
Does working in the arts affect your wellbeing?
Halifax based artist, curator and writer, Alice Bradshaw is undertaking research reflecting on mental wellbeing as part of her ongoing work with Dwell Time arts publication. She is inviting arts practitioners to respond to questions around working in the arts and mental wellbeing, with the option to publish responses on the Dwell Time blog and the option to remain anonymous.
Mandy Wilkinson graduated from Cumbria College of Art and Design with a first class degree in Fine Art and since then has worked as an abstract artist. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally and has represented North Wales in past exhibitions.