Art, Cities & Landscape Festival

Website: http://www.maisondelaculture-amiens.com/festival-art-villes-paysage/appels-a-projet/

Maison de la Culture d‘Amiens is organising the Art, cities & landscape – Amiens Hortillonnages Festival in France, which will take place from June to October 2017. Maison de la Culture d’Amiens invites bids from artists and landscape architects (aged under 40) to create in situ at the Hortillonnages d’Amiens.  There is a production budget of 5800€  and a fee of 3000€ in the visual arts category.

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