Visual AIDS is inviting artists and filmmakers to submit proposals for new film/video works to be produced and distributed to over 100 venues worldwide for the 30th annual Day With(out) Art.
Visual AIDS will premiere these new video works at marquee screenings in New York City, Chicago, and Los Angeles in addition to coordinating over 100 screenings at museums, universities, and arts organizationsworldwide. Videos will be made available for free online viewing after December 1, 2019.
Successful proposals will respond thoughtfully to the ongoing HIV/AIDS epidemic and demonstrate the artist’s ability to produce a final video by September 1, 2019. Artists will be expected to independently manage the production of their work while incorporating feedback from Visual AIDS staff throughout the process.
Area of Interests
Visual AIDS is particularly interested in:
- The contemporary landscape of HIV/AIDS activism
- Voices that have been left out of cultural histories of HIV/AIDS
- Counter-histories and archival interventions
- Creative re-engagements with historical AIDS activist video
- Narratives of HIV/AIDS that take place outside of New York City
- Considerations of the 30 year history of Day With(out) Art and Visual AIDS
Up to six selected artists will receive a $2,000 honorarium to produce a short video work (5–20 minutes) to be premiered at over 100 venues worldwide on December 1, 2019, the 30th anniversary of Day With(out) Art.
- For 2019, the 30th anniversary of Day With(out) Art, Visual AIDS is accepting proposals from artists and filmmakers for short film/video works responding to the ongoing epidemic.
- They welcome proposals from both emerging and established artists in a range of forms, including documentary, narrative, and experimental.
- Artists and filmmakers who are living with HIV are encouraged to apply.
Proposals will be reviewed by a jury including Kenyon Farrow (Senior Editor at The Body), Alexandra Juhasz (Chair of the Film Department, Brooklyn College), Tom Kalin (Artist and Professor, Film Department, Columbia University), Lucas Michael (Visual AIDS Artist+ Member and Board Member), and Lauren Zelaya (Assistant Curator, Public Programs, Brooklyn Museum).
How to Apply
To apply, please submit a 250 word written proposal for a new film/video work, an artist statement, a work sample, and a CV through the Google Form given on the website.
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