*** NEW CALL FOR ART WITH ARTIST FUNDING ***

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Repaint History Call For Art

 

THIS CALL HAS NOW CLOSED

**CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING SELECTED ARTISTS** 

SARA ROSSBERG

KAVEL RAFFERTY

ELEA JEANE SCHMITTER

 About the Call:

ANNOUNCING REPAINT HISTORY 2021 CALL FOR ART 

We at Repaint History are excited to announce the launch of our 2021 Artist Funding! This year, Repaint History is committing to a total fund starting at $5,000 (CAD). This fund will be shared with artists in a form of four juried Call For Arts throughout the year.

This artist fund is created with a single purpose – to support women artists by providing them with a financial incentive and publicity.

About the Call

The Fund: The prize in the amount of $1,880 CAD (increased from $1,250 CAD) will be shared between 3 artists (min. $625 per artist). To maximize the number of recipients and the size of the fund, 20% of each application fee will be contributed towards the total prize money. The more submissions we receive, the larger the fund will grow, and more artists will be selected for the prize. Our previous fund started at $1,000 (CAD) and increased to $3,300 (CAD). As a result, 6 artists equally received a total of $550 (CAD).

Apply Once Enroll TwiceTimes are hard and we know and understand that as an artist you have a limited budget for all the calls out there. So, in order to help and support you, when you apply for one of Repaint History calls, we will enroll you for the next one for FREE. Note: this only applies to applicants who are not selected as a final recipient of the fund.

Get Featured: In addition to the fund, the selected artists will be interviewed and profiled on two different platforms. Repaint History is thrilled to collaborate with She Curates, the increasingly popular platform amongst contemporary artists on this call. All the final recipients of this call will be interviewed and profiled on both She Curates and Repaint History social media platforms and website. If you are not a recipient of the fund you might still be contacted for your work to be profiled on Repaint History's social media accounts.

About She Curates: She Curates is a platform founded and curated by Independent Curator Mollie E Barnes. The platform was started in UK Lockdown 2020, created from a desire to champion the women artists online that Mollie had been championing in physical exhibitions and shows that had suddenly been postponed or cancelled. With a focus on collaboration, accessibility, safety, empowerment and inclusion, She Curates has amassed a global audience, and worked with some incredible brands and collaborators around the world. Mollie has some incredibly exciting projects coming up to champion and support women artists and arts professionals throughout 2021 and beyond, beginning with her extended collaboration with Repaint History!

Eligibility: Artists from across the globe are welcome to apply to this fund with works in any of the following medium: painting, mixed media, sculpture, photography, printmaking and more. No specific education is required. 

Application: To apply, submit your application form below. Make sure to include a link to your portfolio, your website, and social media accounts where you display and promote your work. The submissions will be evaluated by an international jury of curators, who will make the decision on the recipients of the fund. Only one submission per artist.

Submission deadline: March 22nd, 2021

Announcement of the recipients: April 12 - 26th (exact date to be announced)

Application fee: 25 CAD (Approx $19 US)

 

About Our Guest Curators:

Mia Nielsen 
Mia Nielsen is the director of Art Toronto, Canada’s international art fair as well as Artist Project, a fair for self-representing artists. Her background is in curating, having produced exhibitions, public installations, collections and performances in Canada and abroad.
 
Kennii  Ekundayo
Kehinde “Kennii” Ekundayo is an independent art curator based in Lagos, Nigeria. Specific about modern and contemporary African art, she has curated exhibitions around the country and internationally. Her professional practice began in March 2017 with a group exhibition of amateur photographers, and has grown to curating key projects involving the likes of revered legendary artist, Bruce Onobrakpeya and Nobel laureate, Wole Soyinka, in various media ranging from drawings and paintings, to film and photographs, to texts and installations amongst other art forms. She is affiliated with the Committee for Relevant Art (CORA), a Nigerian not-for-profit platform for artists, art critics and aficionados, and culture advocates as the Communications Officer. She is also a part of the organising team of the Lagos Book & Art Festival, LABAF, a yearly prime literacy and youth empowerment project that recently concluded its 22nd edition.
Ekundayo is head curator at Galeri ODUMIJE, a research and curatorial outfit she recently established and which operates out of Lagos, Nigeria.
 
Pauline Foessel

 A native of Grenoble, France, Pauline Foessel (b. 1987) launched in 2019, Art Curator Grid, the first professional social network centered around art curators – an online community that fosters connections between art professionals, institutions, galleries, and companies on a global scale. Pauline Foessel moved to Lisbon in 2013 to manage Alexandre Farto's Vhils Studio and Underdogs Gallery. With a master's degree in Management Entrepreunarial from SKEMA Business School in Lille and an MBA Exchange Program from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada, she worked as gallery assistant at Galerie Magda Danysz in Paris and gallery manager at Magda Danysz Gallery in Shanghai, China. Since 2013, together with Alexandre Farto, she has performed the function of co-director of Underdogs Gallery, where she is responsible for the curatorship of exhibitions, events, public art projects and artist editions.

Driven by a great passion for art from an early age, Pauline Foessel manages an innovative and ambitious artistic programme which has been able to place Lisbon on the global map of urban-inspired contemporary art, injecting cultural value into its architectural heritage and public space, and promoting the work of a generation of artists who take the urban environment as a backdrop. Between 2015 and 2017 she divided her time between Lisbon and Hong Kong, where she worked as Director of Development at Hong Kong Contemporary Art (HOCA) Foundation, a non-profit established with the goal of promoting and developing awareness of contemporary art in the Asian art hub.

 

Please fill out the application form below

*Only one submission per artist*