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OPEN CALL Flowing Streams

The Experimental Station for Research on Art and Life is one of the seven local organisations to host the multi-residency project Flowing Streams taking place in the rural areas of Romania between June-September 2024, developed by EUNIC Romania in collaboration with curator Adelina Luft. It involves seven cultural institutions operating in Romania – the British Council, the Czech Centre, the Embassy of the Netherlands, the Goethe-Institut, the Italian Institute for Culture, the Polish Institute and Fundația9, each engaged in supporting one residency.

The call is open to interdisciplinary and socially-engaged artists, architects/landscape architects, hydrologists, anthropologists, community organisers from Czech Republic, Italy, UK, Germany, The Netherlands, Poland and Romania.

With support from the Institute of Arts – Theatre Institute, in cooperation with Czech Centres and the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, The Experimental Station for Research on Art and Life is welcoming applicants from The Czech Republic via this application link for a short residency during June-July 2024.

Residency Period: 15 June – 15 July 2024*
Who can apply: interdisciplinary and socially-engaged artists; anthropologists; landscape architects.
Location: Siliștea Snagovului village (Ilfov County)**
*applicants may choose to stay between 14 and up to 30 days
**the participant will be accommodated at the Czech Centre Bucharest
Submission deadline: 7 April 2024

You can find more information about the Flowing Streams residency project and the eligibility criteria at this link.