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Stay Home 27 May 2020
 
Free creative online courses, net art, virtual tours and more

While some cities are reopening in light of fewer numbers of infections, still many remain in lockdown on the advice of medical professionals. But worry not, for we've found taking-up-bandwidth-worthy art and culture which you can experience whilst staying home and saving lives. Click through to see the newest additions this week. Click through to see the latest additions.

Image: Javier Morales, cover artwork for Nasty Nets (DVD), 2008, available on Net Art Anthology.

 
Commission Call Out For Musicians and Sound Artists

The Kent Medway Museums National Portfolio Organisation Partnership (KMM NPO) are seeking proposals from musicians, song writers, sound artists, poets, and those working with sound to create new audio artworks to be accessioned as permanent artefacts within the museum collections. Successful artists will receive £1,000 per selected track (inclusive of VAT).

 
  Spotlight: Live Streaming

PalaisPopulaire presents what is probably the world’s most famous artistic duo of our time: Christo and Jeanne-Claude. They succeeded in breaking through the narrow boundaries of the art business and attracting the interest of a broad public in their spectacular large-scale projects. Join the art mediator on May 28 as they guide you through the exhibition via live stream.

 
  Spotlight: online video work

These Unruly and Ungovernable Selves is a new video work and online exhibition by Michelle Handelman, presented on signs and symbols, that recontextualises characters from her previous works into a hypnotic visual essay about the transfiguring of interiority during periods of isolation and fear.

 
  Spotlight: Online exhibition

Ikon presents exhibitions of new work by Australian Aboriginal artist Yhonnie Scarce, as part of an international tour developed in partnership with TarraWarra Museum of Art, Healesville, Australia. Explore the exhibition via Ikon's online platform.

 
  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. The series continues with Stas Orlovski. Stas Orlovski thought his quarantine time would be an opportunity to delve into making complex new projects that he had been visualising in his mind's eye for some time, but had not yet been able to focus on. 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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