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Art Monthly Summer Newsletter



Summer Highlights

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Jiu Society Lost in Shenzen 2016- opening at CFCCA in August


  • Artholes – an evening with Stacy Makishi and Marcia Farquhar
    Live Art Development Agency London 7pm Tue 30 Jul
  • Jessica Warboys screening
    Outpost London 7pm Sat 3 Aug
  • VHS: Screenings selected by Mat Jenner & Frances Scott
    TACO! London 7pm Sat 10 Aug
  • Black Quantum Futurism and The Otolith Group in conversation
    Institute of Contemporary Arts London 6.45pm Thu 15 Aug
  • Screening of short films in response to Liz Johnson Artur
    South London Gallery 8pm Thu 15 Aug
  • Ima-Abasi Okon in conversation with Marina Vishmidt
    Chisenhale Gallery London 7pm Tue 20 Aug
  • Jupiter Rising festival
    Jupiter Artland West Lothian 12pm Fri 23 Aug
  • Patrick Staff, Isabel Waidner and Eoin Dara in conversation
    DCA Dundee 6pm Thu 29 Aug
  • Wysing Polyphonic
    Wysing Arts Centre Cambridgeshire 1pm Sat 7 Sep

Exhibition Openings

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The Producers Part II

New Positions on Curating

Tuesday 29 October 5.15pm
Katerina Gregos, curator of the inaugural Riga Biennale
Mirjam Varinidis, curator at Zurich Kunsthalle

This series of public discussions devised by Newcastle University and Art Monthly brings together curators, writers and artists to examine how current exhibition-making strategies have responded to significant changes in the art world. The talks will address issues such as: the fallout of an increasingly globalised art world; the growing significance of the role of collectors; the reshaping of public-sector art economies and the ways in which the development of new technologies has redefined how artworks are made, understood and disseminated.

Venue: Fine Art Lecture Theatre, Newcastle University
Price: Free entry


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Audio recordings are available in the Events section of the Art Monthly website:

Recent additions:




Artistic Director

Iniva, London | 5 Aug


Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts | 15 Sep

Senior Curator

Create London | 19 Aug


Afterall Journal | 5 Sep

Assistant Curator

Glasgow International | 16 Aug

Residencies and Awards Administrator

Acme, London | 8 Aug


The Albany, London | 14 Aug

Education Administrator

Bow Arts Trust, London | 5 Aug

Exhibitions and Displays Intern

Tate Liverpool | 11 Aug


Venice Agendas 2019: The Market. What is the Value of Art?

Submissions are invited for 2 open calls. 5 x £1,000 award for artist group projects. 10 x £200 for submission to a publication. Proposals should consider the VA19 theme.
Venice Agendas | 11 Aug


New Open Call Commission

Science Museum Group | 4 Aug

Moth Art Prize

The Moth Retreat, Ireland | 30 Aug

Aesthetica Art Prize

Aesthetica Magazine | 31 Aug

Call for Entries

International Awards for Art Criticism | 15 Sep

VIA Arts Prize

The Embassy of Brazil to the UK | 30 Sep

Culture Seeds

Mayor of London’s Culture for all Londoners | 1 Mar 2020

Write for Art Worlds

Art Quest | Rolling


12ø Curation Residency

12ø Collective, London | Aug 10

China UK Artist Residency

Derby QUAD | Aug 11

The Creative Knowledge Project

Bow Arts, Lakeside Centre, Thamesmead, London | Aug 27

Recent Graduate Residency Award

Temple Bar Gallery & Studios | Aug 30

Peer Forum

Camden Arts Centre, London | Sep 30

ARC Getaways

Stockton Arts Centre | Rolling


Jerwood Bursaries

Jerwood Arts | 9 Sep

Small Grants Scheme: In the Making

Mayor of London, Old Oak & Park Royal | 1 Dec 2020

Step Beyond Travel Grants

European Cultural Foundation | Rolling

Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grants

Pollock-Krasner Foundation | Rolling


Manifesta 13

Marseille, France | 25 Sep

ING Discerning Eye

Mall Galleries, London | 27 Aug

Submissions: Send opportunities to [email protected]


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