Novi Sad, as the current European Capital of Culture, continues cooperation with the cities that will inherit the title in 2023, enabling Novi Sad artists to participate in the programmes of future capitals of culture. BALATORIUM, an art-science project that is part of the Veszprém-Balaton 2023 programme, the European Capital of Culture from Hungary, is launching a residency programme for 2023 for artists working in various artistic fields and media.
The BALATORIUM project will, through unique cultural programmes and other relevant contents, present the key ecological challenges concerning Lake Balaton and the entire region. The aim of the residency is to promote the dialogue between art and science through the collaboration of researchers, experts and ecologists active in the Balaton region with artists who, based on research specific to the location and context, and in accordance with their own practice and work methodology, create new works of art.
The residency involves a two-week stay in Hungary, which is planned for the second half of April, and the works created on that occasion will be exhibited in August during the BALATORIUM Week of Ecology and Culture.
Artists from Novi Sad, as individuals or as artistic couples, can apply to email@example.com until 30 October 2022 at midnight. Candidates will be notified of the results by 20 November of this year. You can find all information about the application conditions, the costs covered by the hosts, as well as the content of the application here.
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