The Harry Ransom Center, a humanities research library and museum at The University of Texas in Austin, invites applications for its research fellowships. For its 2019–2020 fellowship program, the Ransom Center will award 10 dissertation fellowships and up to 50 postdoctoral fellowships for projects that require substantial on-site use of its collections. The fellowships support research in all areas of the humanities, including photography.
As a print media labo, Frans Masereel Centre wants to stimulate new graphic practices in contemporary arts. The focus in the labo lies on development, creation and production. The Centre provides both a working space and residencies to artists, designers and critics. You can work with intaglio, relief printing, screenprint, lithography, digital techniques and more, or you can investigate the relationship of graphic techniques with other visual arts.
Open Set is pleased to present the new LAB programme "Practicing Rhythms" and the seminar "Rhythmanalysis in Context." Both are part of Open Set’s annual thematic trajectory, "Fluid Rhythms: Urban Networks and Living Patterns," which explores rhythm as a lens through which to look at the complex urban fabric—the tunings and frictions between multiple elements of a city. They welcome those who seek a deeper understanding of affiliated discourses, who wish to connect to an international network of peers, and who want to take their work in new, unexpected directions.
If you're heading to Sydney Contemporary stop by the Eyeline contemporary art magazine stand and pick up a copy of the current issue for only $7. Plus a subscription for only $30.
Taking place from the 13-16 September 2018 throughout Carriageworks, the fourth edition will celebrate five days of curated exhibitions and ambitious programming appealing to the serious collector, art lover and those curious about contemporary art.
The Brooks International Fellowship Programme offers an opportunity for a visual arts professional to work alongside Tate’s Tate Exchange team and its Associate organisations for six months, complemented by activities at Delfina Foundation.
Tate encourages applications from candidates working internationally to explore potential methods and models for international collaboration in relation to Tate Exchange’s partnerships and Associates programme.