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Stay Home 22 April 2020
 
Listen, read and learn: Cultural indulgences from home

It's been a few weeks in self-isolation now, and though we're itching to attend some art events, we've not yet exhausted our online cultural resources that help keep us entertained. With podcasts, live music and more, we've added more of our favourites this week to lend you some extra ways to lap up a bit of culture from home.

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The Woon Foundation 2020 Painting and Sculpture Prize

The Woon Foundation is calling for final year UK Fine Art undergraduates to apply for the 2020 Painting and Sculpture Prize. Entry is free, with 1st prize including a £20k bursary year-long studio residency, with two generous runner-up prizes of £9,000 and £6,000. Presented by BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and Northumbria University. Application closes on 6 April 2020.

 
  UK 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. Genders: Shaping and Breaking the Binary at the Science Gallery London reflects on identity, biology and society through art and science.

 
  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. It feels like a ghost town everywhere these days: the streets are empty; the beaches and parks are closed. As we stay at home or walk in isolation, Jody Zellen wanted to provide an alternative experience with 'Avenue S'. This collaborative net art is an interactive experience that is more relevant than ever in these times.

 
  NY 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. Out of Place: A Feminist Look at the Collection at the Brooklyn Museum defies conventional museum displays and collecting frameworks in order to explore how artists can transform long-held cultural assumptions.

 
  EU 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. Acute Art At Jsc: Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg at Julia Stoschek Collection Berlin features It Will End in Stars (2018), an immerse VR experience that centres on the pair's signature mix of unsettling moving images and soundtrack.

 
  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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