MAP Creative Residency – Transcultures

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In the framework of Pépinières européennes pour jeunes artistes’ MAP programme, Transcultures, Interdisciplinary centre for digital and sound cultures, together with the City of Mons (Belgium) invites applications for a 3-month creative residency in order to develop a new project (installation, performance or other proposal) in the field of sound arts (with a special attention to technology/research/science/innovation projects). Transcultures will provide the laureate artist with a grant for the project’s implementation (designed by one or several artists) and the artist’s stay (1250€ per month / maximum 3750€ in total per residency) and accommodation in central Mons. Artistic and technical support and equipment will also be provided.

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Expires: May 29, 2016


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