Open Call for artists from NO/ISL/RO/ FOREIGN BODIES Residencies in Bucharest performance arts, contemporary dance, film, new-media

Disciplines: performance arts, contemporary dance, film, new-media
Location: WASP - Working Art Space and Production, Bucharest, Romania
Deadline: August 23, 2015
Duration: September 6 - September 20, 2015 / October 5 - October 18, 2015
Eligibility: Artists living and working in Romania, Norway, Iceland.

Guidelines and requirements:

  • We are interested in proposals of innovative concepts to outreach new
    audiences and connect with local communities.

  • We are interested in proposals which put in discussion the main
    concepts of the project: “foreign bodies”, “periphery” and

  • The residency has to include at least one public presentation, but
    the artists will be encouraged to have any kind of public
    intervention in outdoor spaces, opened rehearsals, artist talks,
    conferences and public debates at WASP - Working Art Space and

  • During the residence, artists from Norwegia and Iceland will
    collaborate with artists from Romania. The application can be
    individual or can consider, from the beginning, a mixed team with
    artists from any of the three countries.

  • The organizers reserve the right to change the period of the
    residence, in accordance with the availability of the space and the
    schedule of the selected artists.

Support: Travel, accommodation and per diem costs will be supported by 4Culture. During the 15 days residence the artists will benefit of shared studio rehearsal time 4h/day and technical equipment in the limit of availability. WASP - Working Art Space and Production has the necessary technical facilities to support public presentations and discussions, with professional staff, lights and sound equipment.

How to apply?

Send the CV-s of the proposed team and a short description of the project to until August 23, 2015. Also, please include in the text of the mail your choice/priority regarding the period of the residence.

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