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Call for proposals for a memorial for the victims of the racist attack on February 19, 2020, in the city of Hanau, Germany (Hanau Shootings)

German and international artists can submit projects entries until November 16, 2020 / 75,000 € are available for the realization of the winning idea

Mophradat: call for artists only from Lebanon with projects about self-organization from there

The budget for project ranges from US-$ 2000 to US-$ 6000 / Deadline for applications is October 01, 2020

Call for 6 stone or wood sculptors respectively for the 1st Fichtelgebirge International Art Biennial in Marktleuthen, Germany, from May 28 until June 11, 2021

For selected artists: free accommodation, travel costs and a royalty of 2000 € / Application deadline: January 31, 2021

Until September 08, 2020: Call for submissions for the 17th Sculpture by the Sea, at Cottesloe, a suburb of Perth

Applications welcome from artists around the world for the event from March 15 to 22, 2021 / Several awards for Western Australian and international participants

Swiss Bibliothek Andreas Züst: Call for applications for 3 residencies for Swiss and international cultural workers at the majestic former hotel Alpenhof

Participants shall develop projects that deal with the tradition of libraries as places of knowledge and as fabric of our culture

Call for ideas for luxury products using glass and glass fiber together with tiny artificial diamonds

Industrial design wanted / The prize for the winner is € 4000, option rights of € 2000 for the purchase of other entry’s license

Application open until September 30, 2020 for the 1. Art Award Hannes Malte Mahler

The prize consists of a cash award of € 15,000 and a production fund of up to € 105,000

For US-artists: call for entries for an artwork at the new gateway plaza in Spartanburg, South Carolina

With a budget of US-$ 455,000, a work for public enjoyment and engagement shall be created

Three lavish residencies for worldwide artists who are interested in a cooperation with scientists researching aesthetic liking and aesthetic preferences

Participants may start a new project or continue on older one, during 3 months in Frankfurt/Main, Germany at the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics

One-year-grants by the Pollock-Krasner Foundation for recognized artists in financial need

Expressionist painters Lee Krasner and Jackson Pollock wanted to relieve the financial burden on professionals to help them through difficult times

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