MeetFactory, o. p. s.
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150 00 Praha 5
13:00 do 20:00 + based on evening program
The Katarzyna Kozyra Foundation (Poland) in partnership with MeetFactory (Czech Republic), Easttopics (Hungary) and Björnsonova (Slovakia) invites young female* artists to participate in the Secondary Archive, an online platform for Central and Eastern Europe women artists. The aim of the project is to promote, discover and rediscover female artists and the most valuable phenomena of contemporary art from the female perspective in the Visegrad countries. The Archive will collect statements of female artists of three generations – those who were active before 1989, the generation who started their art practice right after the fall of the Communist regime, and the youngest artists, born after 1989. It will serve as an international source of information about Central and Eastern European female art for both art professionals and the wider audience. The project is supported by the Visegrad Fund and helps to build cooperation between art institutions and art professionals in Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary.
Over a period of 3 months, the selected curators will cooperate with the Katarzyna Kozyra Foundation, MeetFactory, Easttopics and BJÖRNSONOVA. Together with the team of curators for each country, they will be asked to write articles and interview female artists with the aim to develop a research project of women active on the art scene of Visegrad countries, as well as to build a useful narrative for the Archive’s audiences.
Duration of the cooperation: 15 September - 15 December 2020
Each selected candidate will get a cash grant of 1000 euro**.
To submit the application, please send both English and native language versions of the following documents:
2) Motivation letter containing the topics of research that you would like to work on, relevant to the area of interest of the Secondary Archive.
3) Two or three articles which represent the fields of your professional interest and previous practice. Articles need not have been published, however at least one of them should be in English.
Send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject line: Open call for curators
Deadline: September 15, 2020, 12 p.m CET.
An international jury consisting of 5 people will be selected by the partner institutions which are involved in the project. The selected jurors will be announced before 15 of September 2020. The decision of the jury shall be final
For questions and additional information please write to email@example.com
*in relation to the definition of female we will accept curators of any gender who consider themselves females.
**even if as a grant the cash award shouldn’t be subject to taxation, this amount must be considered brutto and the final endowment will depend on the laws of each respective country.