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Newsletter 13 - Janeiro 2017

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EXPOSIÇÕES E EVENTOS


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Exposição Mater Dei
Participa Maria José Oliveira | Membro PIN
Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Conceição Velha
Rua da Alfândega na Baixa de Lisboa

"No contexto do tricentenário da qualificação da Diocese de Lisboa como Patriarcado e da celebração do centenário das aparições de Fátima, apresenta-se a exposição intitulada Mater Dei com obras de artistas plásticos portugueses em torno da figura de Nossa Senhora".

A exposição estará patente até 26 de Fevereiro de 2017

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CONCURSOS E RESIDÊNCIAS ARTÍSTICAS


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Designers in Residence 2017 
Data limite: 6 de Fevereiro de 2017

"Applications are now open for the 2017 Designer in Residence programme. This is an exciting opportunity to be one of the first designers to work in the designated studio situated within the new Design Museum in Kensington".
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AMBERIF DESIGN AWARD 2017
Data limite: 6 de Fevereiro de 2017

"Periphery
In the centre certain rules, loops and rhythms are the guaranty for order. This inner focus is under control and things seem to be known and safe. But we are aware that these regular structures are surrounded by increasing entropy. The very momentum when the crystallized order starts to flow can also be identified as periphery. An aggregate condition of moving informality begins before everything evaporates further on. In this periphery control seems to get lost, irritation starts, irregularity and openness can happen. Unseen ideas can grow. Our creativity is equally liquid where these two spheres meet.

Resin as a material has the unique ability to leave its set structure behind as well, to pour out of its order and reach the periphery and turn into amber. In this flow enrichment is achieved. How can we interpret amber within jewellery to represent our understanding of periphery and openness?".

Barbara Schmidt
curator of the contest

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Fire Station Artists’ Studios Dublin: Open Call Curator Residencies 2017/18
Data limite: 17 de Fevereiro de 2017

"Fire Station Artists’ Studios in Dublin, Ireland invites curators to apply for short term flexible residencies in Fire Station for 2017/18. 
 
The aim of this residency programme is to provide opportunities for international curators to familiarise themselves with the Irish visual art scene, undertake research and make connections. Through these residencies Fire Station aims to build links and foster collaborations between Irish artists, curators, art institutions and their artistic peers internationally. 
 
During this period, Fire Station facilitates a series of studio visits and meetings with artists and professionals involved in the Irish contemporary arts sector. The residency duration is one week to one month, depending on needs of the curator, with no structured outcome prescribed. This residency aims to foster and develop new connections and opportunities within Ireland and internationally for visual artists and curators".

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Candidaturas ao prémio novos artistas Fundação EDP
Data limite: 26 de Fevereiro de 2017

"A Fundação EDP está a lançar mais uma edição do Prémio Novos Artistas, reconhecido como um dos mais significativos no panorama artístico português. A iniciativa bienal visa divulgar e apoiar o talento nacional emergente no domínio das artes plásticas e visuais e este ano a fase de candidaturas decorre entre o dia 1 e 26 de Fevereiro".
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Call for entries AUTOR 2017
Data limite 6 de Março de 2017

AUTOR 2017
13-14 MAY, BUCHAREST, ROMANIA

"The International Jewelry Fair AUTOR is the most important event in this field in Eastern Europe. The event aims to create a dynamic environment with high selection standards. The participants to Autor are offered access to a select and attractive clientele. Autor is an active platform that encourages and creates a dialogue between designers and their public: consumers, collectors, galleries, distributors, specialized media".
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Call for VisArts Studio Fellowship
Data limite: 20 de Março de 2017

"VisArts invites applications and proposals from local, national, and international artists for a six month Studio Fellowship at VisArts at Rockville. The Studio Fellowship provides a unique opportunity for a dynamic individual artist or collaborative artist team to create a new body of work, evolve an existing body of work, or develop a project in a stimulating, supportive environment. Studio space is provided free of charge".
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Open Call. San W Gallery Studio Artist Residency Program
Data limite: 31 de Março de 2017

"Located in Pudong, Shanghai, San W is a multi-functional gallery/studio dedicated to contemporary craft and design within the sectors of Jewellery/metal, ceramics & glass.

San W Gallery/Studio invites experienced metal craft practitioners to apply to the San W AIR Program. This highly competitive program encourages a diverse group of artists to work in a collaborative, community based Jewellery & Metal Studio. 2-4 residencies occur at San W each year.

The resident/s will spend some of their time teaching classes to our diverse student/community and/or have the opportunity to refine/develop their skills in workshops/classes conducted by other Visiting/Resident Artists as well as our Studio Director, Kenny Son.

San W provides each AIR a studio space, which will allow the artists to develop their existing bodies of work and also explore new processes. At the end of their tenure AIR have the opportunity to exhibit their work in our gallery".

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Foundation atelierWG
Data limite: 31 de Março de 2017

"The residency offers an opportunity to be part of an artist-led space in the city of Amsterdam, providing time and space to develop and test work and ideas. Featuring a studio apartment the program is open to fine artists, performance artists, designers, researchers and writers for a period of four months".
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International Institute of Contemporary Art & Theory | Seaside Residency
Data limite: 15 de Abril de 2017

"The International Institute of Contemporary Art and Theory overlooks the Black Sea in the charming, coastal town of Mangalia, Romania. The program hosts international scholars, professionals, and students who are interested in art theory, art history, and art making in order to foster critical dialogue, professional networking, and a focused studio practice for participants".
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The Journal of Jewellery Research
Call for papers

Data limite: 30 de Junho de 2017

"We welcome papers that investigate jewellery design, theory and the contexts in which it operates. We support jewellery related research into materials, techniques, methodologies, social practice, concepts and aesthetics".
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WALK & TALK
FOUR-DAY RESIDENCIES – ANOTHER DISCURSIVE EXPERIENCE

Data limite: o mais tardar 2 meses antes da data de início da residência.

"A special characteristic of Arc is the wonderful landscape that surrounds it. As walking can be conducive to the discursive process, we want to regularly invite two persons (artists or other practitioners) for shorter residencies, to take long walks in the beautiful green surroundings together. The idea is to give people time to enter into a longer dialogue in another rhythm and collaborative mode".

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Residencias R.A.R.O
Data limite: Durante todo o ano.

"R.A.R.O. arises from an interest in creating opportunities for dissemination, exchange and creation where artists find a common place for production and artistic development.

This type of organization of itinerant residencies manages to generate an original and unique artistic space and creates opportunities for artists to carry out their projects".
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STEP Beyond Travel Grant
The application deadline for Step Beyond travel grants is 60 days prior departure.

"Through this grants scheme, we fund emerging artists and cultural workers to explore and to exchange views, skills and inspiration. We have been supporting all kinds of cross-border creativity - including music, visual art, theatre, dance, film, documentary, multimedia, design, photography, fashion and cultural capacity building.
STEP Beyond Travel Grants are designed for up-and-coming artists and cultural workers to travel between EU and EFTA (European Free Trade Association), and countries bordering the EU.
Priority is given to individuals who are under 35 years old and/or who are in the first 10 years of their career. The STEP Beyond funding scheme emerged from previous mobility grant programmes such as Erasmus and APEXchanges".

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LIVROS

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Arnoldsche Art Publishers 
David Bielander | Twenty Years. 2016-1996
*Disponível em 07 de Fevereiro de 2017*

"The Swiss artist David Bielander (b. 1968) is one of the most significant proponents of contemporary art jewellery in the world. With him, nothing is what it seems: corrugated cardboard is actually silver or gold, Wiener sausages are a chair in a coffee house, shapely lips are made of rubber. This ambiguity distinguishes his work as much as his exceptional knowledge of materials and artisanal skill. With twenty years of work, the publication offers the first, comprehensive review of the multi-award-winning artist, who with his conceptual reflection and power of imagination creates works full of wit and sensuality.

With contributions by Helen Britton, Rutger Emmelkamp, Maria Cristina Bergesio, Julia Wild, Gijs Bakker, Marjan Unger, Bernhard Schobinger, Benno Hungerbühler, Florian Hufnagl, Jochen Bitzer, Toni Greenbaum, Raphael Bielander, Tim Krohn, Jorunn Veiteberg and Karl Fritsch".

*Condições especiais para Membros PIN*
Informações e reservas:
carlossilva@pin.pt
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Arnoldsche Art Publishers 
Liesbeth den Besten
ON JEWELLERY
A COMPENDIUM of international contemporary art jewellery

" ‘On Jewellery’ offers a comprehensive overview of the tendencies and role of contemporary international art jewellery from the 1960s to today, shown within the context of corresponding trends in art and society. This publication is dedicated to themes such as interdisciplinary collaboration, new means of presentation and contextualisation. It also incorporates photography and the relationships between jewellery and the body, jewellery and ornament and new interpretations of traditional technical skills. Furthermore it considers aspects such as terminology and strategies, positioning, prejudices and the significance of content with regard to jewellery. On this basis this publication offers a synopsis of what art jewellery is and what it can be. Its aim is to reveal the characteristics, language and potential of jewellery. A directory of jewellery galleries, museums and interesting websites make ‘On Jewellery’ a compact handbook of contemporary art jewellery".

*Condições especiais para Membros PIN*
Informações e reservas:
carlossilva@pin.pt
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Arnoldsche Art Publishers 
UNTITLED. THOMAS GENTILLE. AMERICAN JEWELER
 

"A leading exponent of art jewellery worldwide, Thomas Gentille is a leading light in studio jewellery in the United States. In the late 1950s the American artist was the first to use novel combinations of plastic, aluminium, wood, papier mâché, sawdust, silk, glass and air – instead of gold, silver and precious stones. Gentille wants to call into question the value of precious metals in jewellery and the way they are appraised. He also objects to a chronological approach to his works. His pieces are one-offs, which are often unique in their closeness to sculpture and architecture. A remarkable feature is the ‘eggshell’ technique Gentille has developed, with which he creates astonishing crackle effects. With more than 180 jewellery objects and drawings, the present publication represents the first comprehensive overview of his life’s work.

With an essay by Andrea DiNoto, an interview with Thomas Gentille by Bettina Dittlmann, Michael Jank and Petra Hölscher and a foreword by Angelika Nollert".


*Condições especiais para Membros PIN*
Informações e reservas:
carlossilva@pin.pt
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Arnoldsche Art Publishers 
Tanel Veenre
HANDFUL – KÄEULATUSES
Jewellery Diary 2009–2015

‘Experiences must be translated into an intelligible form. That’s why I create art – mainly jewellery. And that’s why I communicate … mainly with words. This book offers no explanations or accompanying texts for the artwork; the pictures and words have ended up together by a strange coincidence that ties them together in my personality.’
(Tanel Veenre)


"The work of the Estonian jewellery artist Tanel Veenre comes alive in its fullest extent in the current artist’s book. Between dramatic objects and mellow-sensual jewellery unfold thoughts, ideas and questions, which are framed by sequences of pictures showing the sources of his inspiration: photographs of Nordic landscapes, of best friends, of church vaults, erotic forms and the workshop in which the fantastical and poetic pieces are created by his very hand. With the ‘portrait photos’ of the hands of sixty-four particularly esteemed artist colleagues, his own picture series is dedicated to hands, the most valuable tool of a jewellery artist.

With this ‘artist’s diary’, Tanel Veenre gives an insight into his world – intimate and sincere thoughts on the ideas and concepts behind his creativity. As a rather abstract thinker, these concentrate less on the detail than the big picture behind it: Why and how is man able to create art? Where does the beginning, where does the end of art lie? Where does nothing end and where does everything begin?".


*Condições especiais para Membros PIN*
Informações e reservas:
carlossilva@pin.pt
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Arnoldsche Art Publishers 
KADRI MÄLK. TESTAMENT

" ‘Every concept, every notion, every emotion that is evoked in the beholder’s eye while looking at a piece of art is true,’ says Kadri Mälk (b. 1958) on her work, falling silent and letting this take effect. Her pieces are poetic and wild, dark – yet never melancholic. Black wood, black hair, black stones and black jet form the light-absorbing foundation of her jewellery objects, punctuated with accents of colour from gemstones and precious metals.

The Estonian artist studied jewellery and geology; as professor at the Estonian Academy of Arts in Tallin, she brought the Department of Jewellery into the international limelight. She now looks back on an artistic oeuvre that has matured over the years.

In Testament Kadri Mälk shows more than just the results of her vast creative production from recent years. Alongside impressive new jewellery pieces and breathtaking detailed photographs, she shares her life story and her philosophy on the emotional relationship between jewellery and wearer".


*Condições especiais para Membros PIN*
Informações e reservas:
carlossilva@pin.pt

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