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DECENTRALIZE! - exhibition series and residency

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We would like to invite artists from all over the world to share their unique viewpoints, and add more diverse voices to the local art scenes of smaller towns in Hungary.

The program starts with a series of residencies and exhibitions in Zalaegerszeg, and continues next year when a selection of artworks from this period will be included in a print publication and a travelling exhibition at independent smaller galleries in a number of Hungarian cities. A closing exhibition is planned to take place in Budapest.

All disciplines are welcome, however the end result of your project should be something that can be presented at an exhibition event. During the residency we will help you gathering materials, setting up the installation and organizing the public events. (open studio, meet the artists and of course an exhibition opening). We will also provide opportunities to meet other resident and local artists during your stay.

Duration of residency: The standard residency period is two weeks, but longer periods can be negotiated.

Accommodation: In a two bedroom flat near the city centre and the studio.

Studio/ workspace: A shared studio/exhibition space for two artists per residency period.

Residency fee: The residency fee is 320 Euros per person for the residency period of two weeks. 

Deadline: 
05/12/2019
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