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Stay Home 20 May 2020
New Art Activities from Home for Everyone

Some parts of the world are slowly reopening in light of fewer numbers of infections, and if you're in that lucky camp, we hope you'll be taking advantage of this spring weather. For the rest of us, we've found lots of new art things to do from home, for kids and adults alike. Click through to see the newest additions this week.

Tracey Emin, Sometimes the dress is worth more money than the money, 2001, video, 4′, color, sound. Video still, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2019. Part of the Julia Stoschek Collection. Courtesy of the artist.

Call Out for Cryptic Nights 2021/22 Programme

Cryptic Nights is an annual open call for emerging, Scottish-based artists to develop existing music, sound and digital works within a visual context, with support and mentoring from Cryptic. Presented in partnership with the Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA) in Glasgow, they support talented artists with fresh ideas, crossing creative boundaries with live music, visual and sonic art.

  Spotlight: Online Screening

Gasworks presents two films by Beatriz Santiago Muñoz. Santiago Muñoz’s films use a historical lens to explore the relationship between landscape, history & infrastructure in Puerto Rico.

  Spotlight: Art Initiative

In the context of on-going uncertainty –a condition familiar to minority communities, though now made even more palpable to themselves and others by the arrival of Covid-19–, alternative forms of artistic production, distribution and reception are being developed. Cell Project Space presents Queer Correspondence: a mail-art initiative that seeks to nurture the indeterminate spaces of possibility that are put forward by subcultural lives.

  Spotlight: Live Streaming

Fridman Gallery and CT::SWaM present SO​⅃​OS, weekly performances inside the empty gallery. Operating within NYC’s shelter-in-place guidelines, only one person – the performer – is present. Equipped with multiple microphones and cameras (mixed remotely), the space itself becomes a generative agent for the performer.

  LA Spotlight: Studio Visit

Since all art venues are presently closed in LA, rather than post a pick of the week, Jody Zellen is writing about what selected artists are creating in their studios during these unprecedented times. The series begins with Eileen Cowin. In many ways Cowin's work encapsulates our global uncertainty and the new fear that this pandemic has unleashed. Continue reading via What's On LA.

  Artist Opportunities

A weekly updated selection of international open calls for contemporary art related competitions, prizes, exhibitions, awards, proposals, and grants for artists, writers, and curators.

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