ANTI – Contemporary Art Festival

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ANTI – Contemporary Art Festival / Call for Proposals 2014

Deadline: 30 November 2013

Application fee: none

ANTI festival is looking for Innovative works for young people.

Call for Proposals 2014

Innovative works for young people

ANTI – Contemporary Art Festival is an international contemporary arts festival presenting site-specific works made for public space in Kuopio, Finland. ANTI presents live, sonic, visual and text-based art from today’s most exciting and innovative artists. A truly international festival and Finland’s foremost presenter of Live Art, ANTI is a meeting place for artists and audiences fascinated by how art shapes the spaces of everyday life.

We are looking for innovative and exciting live art works for children and young adults to be presented at ANTI Festival 23-28 September 2014. We are especially keen to receive proposals for projects where young people have a participatory or collaborative role in the work. All works will be presented to a mixed, public audience.

Projects may take any form – lasting 30 minutes or many weeks, for an audience of one or many. Please note ANTI is a site-specific festival – we do not show projects in traditional cultural spaces, thus projects have a direct relationship with the spaces and places they are shown in. When proposing a project please make it clear where your project would ideally be located, and why.

Before making your proposal it may be beneficial to visit www.antifestival.com to spend some time with the festival’s annual archive.

The proposal process

All proposals must be sent using the electronic form found on the festival’s website http://www.antifestival.com/2013/eng/proposals/. The form allows a link to be made to online documentation of previous work and for applicants to attach a CV and three images. Proposals that do not strictly conform to these guidelines will not be considered.

The proposal deadline is 30.11.2013

Further information: info@antifestival.com

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