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January 2022
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Art Monthly Calendar

Winter Highlights

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Gaia Redgrave, Kindness, 2020
Oriel Davies Gallery, g39/WARP

Selected Digital Resources

Many venues are focusing on digital programming during the Covid-19 pandemic. So, instead of the usual list of events, here are links to some of these online artworks and resources.

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Crip Time

Martin Herbert is challenged by MMK Frankfurt’s ambitious exhibition of disability-related art.

The logical justification for including disability-adjacent artists in ‘Crip Time’ is to suggest that we are all in the orbit of sickness and disability, either because it could easily befall any of us, because we know people to whom it has, or because we all have a duty of care and understanding, which this show’s repeated staging of occasions for empathy promotes.

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  • Dec: Bob Dickinson discusses art that takes into account the ‘time hell’ brought about by society’s increasing dyschronia.
  • Nov: Larne Abse Gogarty on the work of artist Adam Farah, whose work was on show at Camden Art Centre, and Benoit Louiseau on Gregg Bordowitz’s AIDS-related exhibition ‘I Wanna Be Well’.
  • Oct: Maria Walsh on remote viewing moving-image art and Chloe Carroll on the work of artist Sam Keogh.
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Digital Marketing Assistant

Gazelli Art House, London | 4 Jan

Visitor Experience Manager

Yorkshire Sculpture Park | 7 Jan

Curatorial Assistant

Southbank Centre, London | 10 Jan

Gallery Liaison

Antony Gormley Studio, London | 16 Jan

Horizon Programme Director

Battersea Arts Centre, London | 31 Jan

Technical Producer

Site Gallery, Sheffield | 31 Jan


Artsadmin, London | Rolling


Open Call: Artist Commission at SPACE 2022

SPACE invites artists to submit a proposal for a new project to be made in dialogue with older people in Ilford. The commission will include activity with which older people can engage and will inform a commissioned solo exhibition as part of SPACE’s exhibition programme.
SPACE | 30 Jan


Derwent Art Prize

The Derwent Art Prize | 4 Jan


Jerwood Arts / FACT Fellowship

FACT, Liverpool | 5 Jan

Nature Scribbles and Flesh Reads

PRAKSIS, Oslo | 9 Jan

Abbey Awards

British School at Rome | 23 Jan

Hotel Generation

Arebyte, London | 14 Feb

Inverlonan Artists’ Retreats

Inverlonan | Rolling

ARC Getaways

Stockton Arts Centre | Rolling


The Elephant Trust

The Elephant Trust | 23 Jan

MediaFutures Open Call

MediaFutures | 27 Jan

Studio Bursary

East London Printmakers | 29 Jan

PATH-AI Residency Programme

Somerset House, London | 31 Jan

Visions for Culture in a Sustainable Future

Culture Next | 25 Feb

The Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries Programme

Jerwood Arts | 1 Mar

Black Artists Grant

Creative Debuts | Rolling

Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grants

Pollock-Krasner Foundation | Rolling

National Lottery Project Grants

Arts Council England | Rolling


Open Call for entries — Brewers Towner International 2022

Free, for UK & International artists working in all media. £10k award given to one exhibiting artist.
Towner Eastbourne | 31 Jan


Whitstable Biennale 2022 Open Call

Cement Fields | 10 Jan


Interfaces Monthly

Barbican & The Trampery | Rolling

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