IdeasCity Athens

Website: http://www.ideas-city.org/athens/about/

The New Museum and NEON announce an open call for participants in the residency program for IdeasCity Athens, which explores the future of cities with arts and culture as driving forces and will take place in September 2016. The residency program is open to emerging practitioners working at the intersection of urbanism, community activism, art, design, and technology. IdeasCity Athens will address the opportunities and challenges of urban reconstruction. The five-day studio laboratory will be structured around workshops, site visits, lectures, and discussions with local experts, including artists, designers, policymakers, and community members. IdeasCity Athens will culminate in a public program of conversations, critiques, artist talks, and presentations by the Fellows. Each Fellow will receive an honorarium of $600 (USD), accommodation, and food.

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Expires: June 15, 2016


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