Monday, November 27, 2017 (All day) to Thursday, November 30, 2017 (All day)

Title:"The Uganda Slum Festival"
Term: November 27th - 30th, 2017
Venue: Naguru Slum
WAG Uganda` major event this year called THE UGANDA SLUM FESTIVAL, were will be organized a big Art & Music festival in one of the major slums in Uganda.
Festival will include following:
-Art Exhibition for slum children and another for major artists in Uganda
-Music show with performances from top Ugandan Artists
-Art workshops for kids

Wednesday, May 10, 2017 - 19:30

​May ​10th 2017​, at 7.30 p.m.

Galerie Heinrich,
Thaliastraße 12,

Wanda Furtschegger, Christine Tidl,
Jadranka Gros and guest poet​ Elisabeth Jursa

Musical contribution: Veronika Frey: bassoon

Tuesday, February 14, 2017 (All day)

"Emerging Artist Village Games"
Blueroof Gallery
February 14th 2017

Wednesday, February 1, 2017 (All day) to Friday, March 31, 2017 (All day)

Exhibition "Porcelain Art", by Aune Mattila
In Palkane City Library, Finland

Wednesday, March 1, 2017 (All day) to Friday, March 10, 2017 (All day)

DEADLINE for registrations: February 15

TERM: 2017, March 1st - 10th
PLACE: Croatia, Konavle (near Dubrovnik), in Franciscan Monastery

Co-organizers: WAG NC Bosnia & Herzegovina (Irfan Hozo, President) and Franciscan Monastery (Fr. Ivo Kramar, Guardian).

accommodation in double rooms
3 meals a day
Complete material for work
transfers from and to the airport Dubrovnik (must be reported dates of arrival)
obligation to leave 2 art works to the Monastery
trip to Dubrovnik and its surroundings
exhibition at the end of the colony
REGISTRATIONS: to WAG HQ, via e-mail, till February 15th

The goal of the Art Colony is gathering international artists in a beautiful and very inspirational environment of the old Franciscan monastery, which was built 1439, where they will contribute to the revival of artistic creation in the monastery.
Upon completion of the colony, will be organized exhibition of paintings created in the colony. Paintings will remain the property of the Monastery.

Friday, February 10, 2017 (All day)

Open Call Deadline: February 1st 2017

"Poets Friday" at 19 o´clock the 10th of February 2017

The Norwegian author Mathis Mathisen and WAG Norway would like to invite all WAG-poets to participate with a poem for recital at our next "Poets Friday" at 19 o´clock the 10th of February 2017.
The event is dedicated to art and literature lovers in our local village, and we collaborate with the library who puts up posters and does the marketing.
To participate, you have to send us maximum two short poems in English (or German), a short CV, or a few sentences about You and your poetry.

Please send the mail to Elfi Sverdrup`s email address: by the 1st of February.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017 (All day) to Tuesday, February 28, 2017 (All day)

Open call (till January 13th 2017)

Dear WAG Members,

I hope this message finds you well, I am happy to share with you the refresh of the Art Mexico Logo and the Art Spirit Logo, that works specially for the Peace Projects.

At the last exhibition at th MAHG Museum Museo de Arte e Historia de Guanajuato, we where restricted by their calendar schedule, times and spaces, we try to send everybody their Certificates of Participation if you didn’t receive it please contact us:

So now we want to offer the artists both adults and chidren who worked for the Peace project a new opportunity with more possibilities of recognition and diffusion of their work, at the ACCORD Galeria where I direct, we are planning a Peace festival by February related to the month of love and friendship, where we can exhibit all the art works of the artists both in painting, photography, poetry for adults and painting for children.
We will like also to include new works done by Mexican artists and to invite WAG Net Members to participate in the proposal of a new video related to Peace and Friendship, sending us videos of you, children and adults of all ages answering this questions

1.What does Peace means to you?
2.What does friendship means to you?
3.Tell us a story about a memorable experience with a friend.

The idea is to make a collage of thoughts and insights into the international meaning of Peace and friendship and share it with the world.
The videos doesn’t need to be professional, they can be recorded with cellphones as long as the audio is comprehensible with a good volume and the image is not distorted or low quality.

- Full HD (1920x1080p)
- Maximum duration of each video: 2 min.
- Good Quality Audio
You can have ideas for the shots at
1. Close up Talking about Peace
2. Close-Ups People Talking About Peace:
3. Children Talking about Peace

We also encouraged National Committees to participate sending their works, both Adult and Children, with the Peace theme in the disciplines of painting, photography and poetry.

Sending us images in
- 300dpis resolution
- Name of artist
- Title
- Country

Deadline to send your works via e-mail should be the 13th of January.
You can contact us anytime if you have questions at and watch the advances of the Project at the funpages of Art Spirit, International World Art Games Mexico and ACCORDarte

Ingrid Rosas
Co-president WAG México

Tuesday, January 17, 2017 (All day) to Sunday, January 29, 2017 (All day)

Open call (till January 8th 2017)

17th January - 29th January 2017
​T​he Hutt Art Society - Odlins Gallery​ ​/ main gallery

Call out for high resolution Digital images - please include: Name, Title and country in the file name
Please email to by January 8th 2017
Digital works will be screened via Audio Visual Presentation daily for the 2 week duration of our Group exhibition to promote and share the wider W.A.G network
If any artists would like to support WAG NZ by donating physical works (we do not have the funds to return work) please contact Jules Hunt WAG NZ President at
We also extend this invite to the wag children's network

Due to New Zealand being so far away from the rest of the network we see this as a way to show-case the amazing work from our artists all around the world - there is no cost's for us to do a digital call-out and would appreciate support from as many wag groups as possible so we can highlight to other New Zealander's the variety of creativity and calibre of art that keeps us keeping on.

Thank you in advance for your support.


Jules, Lisa, Sabine, Joanne, Maxine

WAG NZ National Committee

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