Kino Šiška Centre for Urban Culture is pleased to announce its 2015 residency call for entries and its mural arts initiative as part of the transnational project about young urban art: What’s The Deal? The mural arts residency is offered to artists who want to develop and present their work addressing the theme of consumption and sustainability.
This residency offers a three-week stay in Ljubljana, Slovenia and 1,000 Euro Artist-in-residence grant.
This call is open to artists working in all areas of visual arts and proposals that combine visual arts with other media (e.g. painting + sound) are also welcome.
The residency will take place for three weeks in the February 2015 – March 2015 period. The final dates will be set in an agreement between Kino Šiška and the selected artist.
A basic budget for materials and services for realizing the work will be covered by the organizer (Kino Šiška). Travel costs to and from Ljubljana will also be taken care of.
Participants must be EU residents or residents of Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, Former Yugoslav republics or Turkey. Slovenian artist will not be accepted.
Younger artists (under 35) will receive a more favourable treatment. Inclusive approaches that would involve an active role of Slovenian artists, designers or other practitioners in development and/or realization of the project are also preferred.
This call for entries is open until Monday, 17 November 2014 at 12 a.m. CET.