SculptureNotebook is an online platform that features artists, events, books, and other cultural material pertinent to issues in contemporary sculpture.

SculptureNotebook is a program of SculptureCenter, a not-for-profit arts institution located in Long Island City, NY and founded by artists in 1928. SculptureCenter focuses on the production of new artwork and presents exhibits by emerging and established artists from New York and around the world.



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@SculptureCenter: 
OPEN CALL FOR ARTIST PROPOSALS 
DEADLINE: June 13, 2014 
The In Practice program offers artists curatorial and financial support to create new work for exhibition at SculptureCenter. We invite artists to submit proposals for new projects to be presented in early 2015. Artists selected for the In Practice exhibition will receive a $250 honoraria and a maximum of $1500 in production support. The level of production support will depend on the scope of accepted works and available funding. SculptureCenter is a not-for-profit arts institution that takes the history and legacy of sculpture as a framework from which to consider the diverse activity taking place in the field of contemporary art, SculptureCenter’s program encourages artists and audiences to explore the possibilities of sculpture and the multifarious ways in which sculpture is developing and connecting to other forms of expression. Past In Practice participants include: Michele Abeles, Fia Backström, A. K. Burns, Michael DeLucia, Aleksandra Domanovic, Amy Granat, Joanna Malinowska, Justin Matherly, Virginia Overton, Marlo Pascual, Xaviera Simmons, Valerie Snobeck, Agathe Snow, Josh Smith, and Erik Wysocan. SculptureCenter seeks proposals that offer new ways of considering sculpture or furthering the understanding of the discipline and how it can intersect with other mediums. Artist proposals will be reviewed relative to the following criteria: - Quality of the proposal and prior work- Responsiveness in regards to the specific context of SculptureCenter- Feasibility of the project Artists are encouraged to experiment with unconventional display and exhibition formats. Past In Practice projects have included objects, installations, performance, web-based works, institutional interventions, mobile apps, multiples, and publications. SculptureCenter curatorial staff and a select advisory committee of artists, curators, and critics will conduct a preliminary review of proposals. A limited number of artists will be contacted for further information and/or studio visits during the fall. Submitting artists will be notified by email by Fall 2014. No calls please. IMPORTANT: Your application must be submitted through our website by 11:59pm on June 13, 2014. We strongly recommend that the application be completed online several days in advance of the deadline, as we anticipate high volume on our server on the night of June 13th. Questions? Please read our FAQ! If you feel you have a question that is not addressed, email us at inpractice@sculpture-center.org. View the Open Call as a PDF here.

Korakrit Arunanondchai, 2556 (Installation View), In Practice: Double Life, SculptureCenter, 2013. Two channel video installation with performances.  Courtesy the artist and C L E A R I N G New York/Brussels. Photo: Jason Mandella

@SculptureCenter:

OPEN CALL FOR ARTIST PROPOSALS

DEADLINE: June 13, 2014 

The In Practice program offers artists curatorial and financial support to create new work for exhibition at SculptureCenter. We invite artists to submit proposals for new projects to be presented in early 2015. Artists selected for the In Practice exhibition will receive a $250 honoraria and a maximum of $1500 in production support. The level of production support will depend on the scope of accepted works and available funding. 

SculptureCenter is a not-for-profit arts institution that takes the history and legacy of sculpture as a framework from which to consider the diverse activity taking place in the field of contemporary art, SculptureCenter’s program encourages artists and audiences to explore the possibilities of sculpture and the multifarious ways in which sculpture is developing and connecting to other forms of expression. Past In Practice participants include: Michele Abeles, Fia Backström, A. K. Burns, Michael DeLucia, Aleksandra Domanovic, Amy Granat, Joanna Malinowska, Justin Matherly, Virginia Overton, Marlo Pascual, Xaviera Simmons, Valerie Snobeck, Agathe Snow, Josh Smith, and Erik Wysocan. 

SculptureCenter seeks proposals that offer new ways of considering sculpture or furthering the understanding of the discipline and how it can intersect with other mediums. Artist proposals will be reviewed relative to the following criteria: 
- Quality of the proposal and prior work
- Responsiveness in regards to the specific context of SculptureCenter
- Feasibility of the project 

Artists are encouraged to experiment with unconventional display and exhibition formats. Past In Practice projects have included objects, installations, performance, web-based works, institutional interventions, mobile apps, multiples, and publications. 

SculptureCenter curatorial staff and a select advisory committee of artists, curators, and critics will conduct a preliminary review of proposals. A limited number of artists will be contacted for further information and/or studio visits during the fall. Submitting artists will be notified by email by Fall 2014. No calls please. 

IMPORTANT: Your application must be submitted through our website by 11:59pm on June 13, 2014. We strongly recommend that the application be completed online several days in advance of the deadline, as we anticipate high volume on our server on the night of June 13th. 

Questions? Please read our FAQ! If you feel you have a question that is not addressed, email us at inpractice@sculpture-center.org

View the Open Call as a PDF here.

Korakrit Arunanondchai, 2556 (Installation View), In Practice: Double Life, SculptureCenter, 2013. Two channel video installation with performances.  Courtesy the artist and C L E A R I N G New York/Brussels. Photo: Jason Mandella

Korakrit Arunanondchai, 2012-2555, 2012. Performance, two-channel video, flat screens, metal, wood, plastic, digital print on canvas, digital print on vinyl, fluorescent lights, plastic flowers. 17 x 12 x 12’. Image courtesy the artist. 
Arunanondchai currently participates in SculptureCenter’s 2012-2013 In Practice program, culminating in an exhibition of new work. Double Life opens at SculptureCenter on January 13, 5-7PM and runs through March 25.

Korakrit Arunanondchai2012-2555, 2012. Performance, two-channel video, flat screens, metal, wood, plastic, digital print on canvas, digital print on vinyl, fluorescent lights, plastic flowers. 17 x 12 x 12’. Image courtesy the artist. 

Arunanondchai currently participates in SculptureCenter’s 2012-2013 In Practice program, culminating in an exhibition of new work. Double Life opens at SculptureCenter on January 13, 5-7PM and runs through March 25.