Extra City

Website: http://extracitykunsthal.org/ECK13/en/2016/07/open-call/

Extra City Kunsthal in Antwerp, Belgium is launching an open call for project proposals to be realised during 2017-2019. Applicants can submit a proposal for a project-based collaboration: the realisation of one project or one concrete proposal; or an intensive, long-term collaboration: the realisation of a programme component or project spread over a maximum of 3 years. They welcome proposals for exhibitions, creations, public programmes, workshops, lecture series, debates, research, film screenings, performances, publications, reflective works, discursive projects, or completely new formats. There is a a maximum budget of €50,000.

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Expires: October 14, 2016


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