'On Accepting The Undesirable' Call for Artists now is over!
Udruga Lončari is hosting an international art competition 'On Accepting The Undesirable' as part of the Eco-project “It Is Not Too Late“, that focuses on the Seagrass beds and their importance for the overall ecosystem and undesirable elements in our environment.
Udruga Lončari is hosting an international art competition 'On Accepting The Undesirable' as part of the Eco-project “It Is Not Too Late“.
This project focuses on the Seagrass beds and their importance for the overall ecosystem and undesirable elements in our environment.
Partecipants are invited to create an art installation from collected waste in the area of the flags of the three seas. This will permanently point out the humans negative influence on nature.
The art project proposal should make use of the collected glass waste from the location, the experience of people who worked together on waste collection, the fishing tradition and culture related to fishing heritage, and the natural and cultural heritage of this area as the elements for the creation of the work.
This call for artist has aim to hiring an artist who will make an art installation available from the collected waste available to the public as a permanent warning of humans negative influence on nature, but also a reminder that it is still not too late.
An expert jury will select an artist or art collective whose work satisfies the criteria determined by the competition in the most effective way, namely:
➜ The work should communicate with the natural and social context, i.e. the idea of the work must include specific phenomena and problems of the location.
➜ The work should encourage the movement of people and acquaintance with nature, and
➜ The work should display sensitivity towards the community and nature.
This is an international public competition for artists and art collectives to apply for project ideas.
The winning project will be awarded with a 3,000 Euro award. Production costs for the art project in Croatia are also covered. Once realized, the artistic spatial installation/sculpture will be placed in public space.
There is no entry fee to participate!