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Stay Home 29 April 2020
Art from home: new online experiences added

Thinking of learning new creative skills? Feeling a little low on inspiration? Or perhaps culture withdrawal is making your time at home stale and monotonous? Whatever you're feeling, while we can't change the circumstances of global pandemics, we sure can point you to online art and culture that'll make your homestay a little more bearable. This week, we've added even more free activities in hopes that it'll help keep you sane.

Image: Basquiat at the Mudd Club in New York, 1979. Photo by Nicholas Taylor.

ArtOpps of the Week: Thamesmead Open

Apply to the Thamesmead Open, an ambitious, open call, international art competition. With a total budget of £200,000, the Thamesmead Open is designed to establish the area as a cultural destination and innovator.

  EU Art Pick of the Week

Neuer Berliner Kunstverein in Berlin presents an online screening of their newest acquisitions from the n.b.k 2019 video forum. Head to their website to see the time-limited streams.

  UK Art Pick of the Week

Mis(sing)-Communication is a six-week online screening programme hosted by Danielle Arnaud Gallery and curated by Tess Charnley. With a new video work available for streaming every week, each presentation explores ideas of spatial and bodily interiority and exteriority, solitude, communication and the elasticity of time.

  NY Art Pick of the Week

Sculpture, Not-Sculpture, initially curated for the physical space of Transmitter Gallery, has been reinterpreted as an online exhibition. The diverse exhibition features 7 artists whose work exploits the relationship between volume and flatness.

  LA Art Pick of the Week

We're highlighting shows that you can view online or at a late date even if the venues are currently closed. To Bough and To Bend at Bridge Projects is a large group exhibition curated on the subject of trees. The exhibition takes its point of departure from a poem by Mary Oliver ("When I Am Among Trees") and focuses on the hope and positive energy of nature. While Los Angeles is a city bordered by mountains and the ocean and filled with blooming gardens and towering palm trees, it is also a concrete jungle — a crisscrossing of intertwining freeways filled with speeding cars. Read more from Jody Zellen of 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.

  Add exhibitions and events

Are you a gallery owner, a curator, an artist or have you seen a great exhibition that's not listed? Add it to ArtRabbit.


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