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Our brand new section is now live! Explore a world of opportunities tailored for artists and creatives in the UK and Greece, and discover exciting international prospects for those with adventurous spirits. Your creative journey awaits!

United Kingdom

Upgrade Yourself: Creative Industry Placements, Somerset House. Deadline - March 18 ,2024

Now in its fifth year, the Upgrade Yourself: Creative Industry Placements programme is open for 5 young people, ages 18 – 24 from underrepresented backgrounds to be part of a paid 1-year placement specifically designed to develop, nurture and grow emerging talent. This one-year professional programme will give participants an insight into how a creative business is run, from day-to-day management through to programming and operations. For this year's programme, Somerset House are offering a two-phase (two x 6-months) placement for 4 participants within two arts organisations and a one phase (one x 12-months) placement for 1 participant on placement with Somerset House Studios. Split over two 6-month phases, or one 12-month phase for the Studios Placement, participants will have hands on experience of working within two different arts organisations and have opportunities to connect with trailblazing creatives within Somerset House and our resident community. All placements take place at Somerset House and participants are paid the London Living Wage of £25,624 per annum.

Open Call, Shapes & Things. Deadline -  May 27, 2024.

Shapes & Things presents an open call for artists with a 2D, 3D, and moving image background. This open call is for a virtual exhibition titled ‘Public’. Further information on the exhibiting dates coming soon.

FLAMIN Animations, Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network. Deadline - May 27, 2024.

FLAMIN Animations is a commissioning programme for early-career Black-identifying artist animators living in the UK, offering £3,000 to create a new 2-3 minute animation, in addition to development support from the FLAMIN team and a bespoke workshop programme. Part of Film London Artists' Moving Image Network, FLAMIN Animations looks to commission Black-identifying* practitioners as a considered acknowledgement of the underrepresentation of Black artists within the art, film, and animation industries.

Open Call, ‘Resurrection Charms’, Well Projects Anthology 2024. Deadline - May 29, 2024.

Well Projects produces a yearly anthology book that explores ecology through a broad range of contributions including (but not limited to) academic or visual essays, fiction, poetry and interviews. For their 3rd Anthology book, Resurrection Charms, Well Projects invites proposals for texts that engage with ecology in relation to: resurrection, time travel, rewilding, restoration, science fiction, intersectionality, ghosts, hauntings and histories. This open call is for emerging writers with an idea for a new, unpublished text between 1000 - 4000 words. Successful applicants will receive a £300.00 fee, support whilst writing their text, and will be published in Resurrection Charms. The book will be distributed internationally.

Michael O’Pray Prize 2024, Film and Video Umbrella. Deadline -  May 31, 2024.

The Michael O’Pray Prize is an award for new writing on innovation and experimentation in the moving image. The prize is open to all early-career writers based in the UK and is free to apply to. Applicants are invited to send a proposal or pitch for a new text, alongside an example of previous writing. Three of the applicants will be selected to realise the proposed text. From these, there will be a £750 prize for the winner, with £350 each for two further awardees. All three awarded texts will be published by Art Monthly and FVU.

The Mick Bateman Memorial Award, Bow Arts x London Sculpture Workshop. Deadline -  June 3, 2024.

Bow Arts and London Sculpture Workshop are pleased to announce the Mick Bateman Memorial Award. In 2022, the artistic community suffered a profound loss with the unexpected passing of Mick Bateman, a dedicated artist and sculptor. The Mick Bateman Memorial Award is a new award set up with specific intention to support and encourage emerging artists working in metal. Each award offers: Two years of financial support towards the whole cost of a professional artist studio at Bow Arts. The award is up to a maximum of £2,000 in any one year. Up to £1,000 (equivalent to 8 days) access to courses and/or workshop time in the London Sculpture Workshop.

Turps Correspondence Course, Turps Art School 2024/25. Deadline - June 30, 2024.

Turps Correspondence Course is an innovative programme of online mentoring facilitated through critical, supportive written reviews delivered by a dedicated mentor. The course is aimed at painters who want to develop or reinvigorate their work, whether recently graduated from art school, mid-career or those without any formal arts education. The course is designed and structured to be delivered entirely online so that painters, based anywhere in the world and at any stage in their career, can participate and receive informed, critical feedback from a mentor who is practising painter selected by Turps. There are 5 review points throughout the year when you will be required to upload images of your work and a short statement or ‘letter’ to your mentor. Your mentor will then review what has been uploaded and write their response. It is a very different type of feedback from more conventional face-to-face tutorials but Turps believe this is what makes the correspondence course such an appealing and sought-after professional development course.


Eutopia Art Residency - Fee included -- Deadline June 30, 2024

An opportunity to enjoy different regions of Greece and participate in many activities and workshops.

The residency is open to all- fee included on various locations and residencies. 


  Insistrum Art Community - Writer's opportunity. An open call for all aspiring writers to join our magazine.
Volunteering in our commu
nity means more than just words on paper; it's an opportunity to grow your skills, broaden your network, enrich your portfolio, increase your visibility in the field and connect with other passionate writers.

Embracing Our Differences Outdoor Exhibition Open Call - Deadline  July 01, 2024

Embracing Our Differences, Sarasota and St Petersburg, Florida, United States, is seeking submissions for an outdoor juried art exhibit featuring 50 billboard size images created by local, national and international artists reflecting the theme "enriching lives through diversity and inclusion." The exhibit will be on display January 19 through April 13, 2025 in two locations in Sarasota and St. Petersburg in Florida. Cash prizes totaling $6,000 will be awarded.

Eligibility: All artists, All ages. Print, original artworks, photography 50 artworks are selected.

What you get: One adult and one student will receive $2,000 prize for "Best in Show"

Open Call for Content Submission: Degree Shows 2024- Deadline  April 21, 2024 ArtRabbit is excited to announce the return of our Degree Show coverage, a feature that celebrates the culmination of creative education across the UK. After a pause during the Covid-19 pandemic, we're looking forward to showcasing the innovative work of emerging artists and creators from various disciplines, including art, design, architecture, and other creative industries.By participating in ArtRabbit's Degree Show coverage, you're not only celebrating the achievements of your students but also embarking on an exciting journey to establish their presence in the art world. Don't miss this opportunity to spotlight the next generation of artists and creators. Submit your degree show to ArtRabbit today and take the first step towards building a lasting audience for your work.

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