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The MANIFEST open call for artists has launched. MANIFEST is looking for artists that are motivated to contribute with new artistic perspectives to re-imagine Europe’s collective memory of the transatlantic trade of enslaved people. The applications are open until November 27, 2022.
Design Indaba in partnership with Google Arts & Culture launched an online project called ‘Colours of Africa’. The project brings online and showcases 60 specially-curated artworks produced by over 60 unique African creatives chosen by Design Indaba – each invited to contribute a work that captures the ‘colour’ and character of their home country. The project involves creatives from almost every discipline imaginable, from architecture, illustration, painting and ceramics through to writing, engineering, the performing arts and visual communications.
Diplomazija astuta is one of the first certified carbon neutral artworks in the world, meaning that its greenhouse gas emissions have been reduced, mitigated, or avoided due to specific interventions enacted during the creation, preparation, and setting up process. Diplomazija astuta is the project representing Malta and commissioned by Arts Council Malta for the 59th edition of La Biennale di Venezia.
El Ministerio de Cultura de la Ciudad organiza e impulsa por segundo año consecutivo el Mes de la Cultura Independiente. Hasta el 30 de noviembre, más de 400 propuestas y más de 450 artistas, tanto locales como de distintas regiones de la Argentina. el Mes de la Cultura Independiente ofrece al público más de 180 funciones gratuitas y otras con entradas a precios accesibles. La iniciativa busca transformar a la Ciudad en escenario y platea, potenciando la cultura independiente no sólo como principal exponente de la identidad cultural, sino también como motor de desarrollo social y económico.
She got game is an initiative by the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia to promote equal opportunities in the Swiss and international videogames scene. This mentorship program includes formats to empower participants, foster international exchanges with peers and industry veterans and promote discussions around the topic of women in games.
A comprehensive toolkit providing best practice guidance for public art is now available. Designed for government agencies and local councils commissioning public art, the Public Art Toolkit outlines best practice in policy, commissioning, construction, and engagement with artists.