Institut Potemkin Residency

Website: http://www.begehungen-chemnitz.de/index_en.html

Institut Potemkin announces a call for entries and residencies for Begehungen arts and culture festival, to take place at Kulturpalast Rabenstein, a former recreation centre and TV studio in Chemnitz (Germany). Institut Potemkin is calling for applications with works of art or a concept for a four-week residency in Chemnitz. Every project selected for a residency receives an expense allowance of 1000 € and up to 500 € for proven material costs (artist collectives get the same amount as single artists). The project should be realized within four weeks starting July 20, 2017 on the festival area or the urban space in Chemnitz. The artists are expected to be present throughout the full four festival days from August 17 until August 20, 2017. Artists of works selected for the festival get an expense allowance of 200 € + postage costs.

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Expires: June 30, 2017


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