OPEN CALL for the second season of Auberge Sur la Montagne

Elizabeth Delfs, exhibition view at Sur la Montagne, 2012; photo by Chloé Richard

Blog post by Sarah Gretsch, photo by Chloé Richard – in Berlin; Tuesday, Mar. 12, 2013.

Last year Torstraße filled with fresh faces and new artistic concepts thanks to Auberge Sur la Montagne. Receiving international attention, the SlaM artspace hosted nine artists curated by Drew Simpson. In what SlaM calls “seven trials”, these artists worked, lived, and familiarized themselves with…[read on…]

FUTURE RUINS: Call for Proposals

Future Ruins: Obsolescence & Inoperativity

Blog post by Angela Connor – in Berlin; Tuesday, February 26, 2013.

Curators Dan Dorocic and Alison Hugill are inviting artists to participate in their exhibition FUTURE RUINS: Obsolescence & Inoperativity from May 23-25, 2013 in the former grain silo at the Bergen Arkitektskole (BAS), Norway.[read on…]

OPEN CALL: New Content Award, Berlin Music & Club Scene Film Competition

Blog post by Christa Reynheim – in Berlin; Tuesday, February 19. 2013 .

The media board of Berlin-Brandenburg and Electronic Beats by Deutsche Telekom are the minds behind the New Content Award – A competition that offers the winner the opportunity to contribute their creative film concepts covering the music and club scenes in this sector. The award price is 70,000 EUR as the production budget…[read on…]

Open Call: Studio Art PhD at Transart in New York;
Deadline: November 1, 2012


in Berlin; Wednesday, Sep. 26, 2012.

Transart Institute is offering a low-residency PhD program for advanced studio art. The PhD at Transart is a three year full time degree program with an average work commitment of 30 hours per week, validated by the University of Plymouth, UK. The degree is offered exclusively for practice-based research (creative work) accompanied by a written thesis. [read on…]

Open Call: Temporary Studio Space in Berlin; Deadline: July 20, 2012

Blog post by Anna C. Purcell – in Berlin; Thursday, July 12, 2012.

From August 8 to 30, 2012, Natulis Art Temporary is offering 9 free studios for artists in Berlin’s Scharnhorststraße 32. Close to Hamburger Bahnhof and right behind Invalidenpark Natulis, the studio provides free temporary space to ambitious and energetic artists seeking a community of like-minded people in an experimental environment. For each artist, Natulis is offering raw studio space ranging from 44 to 55 m2 (old GDR-style garages). [read on…]

OPEN CALL: Kunst braucht Fläche / Art needs space; Deadline: June. 20, 2012

Blog post by Anna C Purcell – in Berlin; Monday, Jun. 04, 2012.

AV Aussenwerbung GmbH & Co. KG is searching for young, talented, undiscovered artists to showcase their works to the public.
 AV Aussenwerbung GmbH & Co. KG is a Berlin based company specialized in cultural advertisement. From July 21st for two weeks (until August 5th), several of selected urban advertisement spaces (such as billboards, city banners, and columns in various sizes)…[read on…]

Call for applications for Speed Portfolio Viewing; Deadline: May 13, 2012

2. Portfolio Viewing at L40

Blog post by Anna Russ – in Berlin; Friday, May 4, 2012.

On Sunday, May 20 from 1:00 – 4:30pm bpigs will present the third edition of Speed Portfolio Viewing at Verein für Kunst und Kultur am Rosa Luxemburg Platz in the L40 building. Based on the structure of speed dating, curators are invited to review artists portfolios in 10 short sessions of 12 minutes each. In this context, bpigs will bring together artists and curators who have not met before and may appear of interest [read on…]

Call for Submissions: Exhibition “time capsule” at smartloft. Deadline Feb 4, 2012

in Berlin; Thursday, Feb. 02, 2012.

What does it mean to be human? What would you submit as a symbol of humanity? How would you represent humankind to extraterrestrials?
Artists are invited to imagine smartloft as a time capsule being rocketed into outer space. Work will be installed in the rooms with the notion that extraterrestrials could reside in our spaces and experience life from a human perspective. [read on…]