A Woman’s Work – Call for Artists
Artists and curators based in Europe are invited to submit projects which address the core themes of A Woman’s Work, a two year Creative Europe supported programme with cultural partners in the United Kingdom, Lithuania, France, Finland and Gallery of Photography in Ireland. A Woman’s Work is a project that uses photography and digital media to address that deficit through artistic collaboration and exchange across borders, and the co-production of exhibitions, publications and online resources that challenge the dominant view of gender and industry in Europe. The project offers 8 residency opportunities hosted by one or more of the project partners, Support for work to be included in curated exhibitions, online platforms and publications as part of the project, participation in symposia and events, including opportunities to present work in progress and contributing to the audiovisual archive created by the project. The Panel is looking for high quality proposals which use photography, digital or lens-based, but can include other art forms – installation, printmaking, film and video, music, literature. Open to artists, collaborative groups and curators living in any of the 28 European Union member states or the following eligible countries: Norway, Iceland, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Former Yugoslav, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Republic of Serbia, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine and Tunisia.
Expires: January 31, 2019
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