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CALL FOR ARTISTS AND PARTNERSHIPS! For the Heritage programme Modernism for the Future

Dear Artist:

Now it’s your turn to be part of Kaunas – European Capital of Culture 2022!

We are currently looking for foreign artists and partnerships to join Kaunas Adult and Youth Centre (KSJMC) and apply for the Heritage programme Modernism for the Future. 2020-2021 is the time of preparation and the implementation of the European Capital of Culture artistic programme will begin in 2022.

In order to awaken the multicultural memory of Kaunas City and its District, remember the rich history, encourage pride in oneself and the places we live in we are going to apply for the programme with our project. Our aim is to enhance the relevance of the modernist architectural heritage through the use of various artistic and modern technologies in Kaunas, Kaunas District, Lithuania and Europe. 

If you are interested and you want to be part of this project, then join us.

Deadline: 
09/30/2019

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THERMAE BATH SPA COMMISSION

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Thermae Bath Spa is offering a £7,500 commission to produce 9 works which will be installed in the busy restaurant in June 2019. Thermae welcomes approximately 285,000 visitors through the building per year. Thermae are looking for work that is inspired by the natural thermal waters and promotes holistic wellbeing. The waters are a key reason for Bath being designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site and being credited as one of the Great Spas of Europe.  In the heart of the World Heritage Site, Thermae Bath Spa is a remarkable combination of ‘old and new’ where historic spa buildings blend with the contemporary design of the New Royal Bath.

Deadline: 
04/02/2019
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free
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Young Artist Competition

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Calling all budding artists aged 16-25! We are looking for talented young artists to create work exploring the role of Indian communities in WW1. We have teamed up with Harrow Libraries to find sources for your work – please visit your local library or view the online resources the Schools Library Service have supplied here: https://harrowarts.com/events/young-artist-competition/

Submission Deadline Thursday 1st November

The competition will be judged by a panel of local professional working artists, Jonathan Hutchins and HAC’s Young Associate Artist alumnus Roshni Hirani. The winning entries will be exhibited at HAC and the overall winner will receive £300, to be used for the creation of a set of artworks about British Colonials in WW1.

Please send a jpeg photo of artwork and the actual artwork or photograph (please note that we cannot return artworks).

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