We are seeking a young visual artist for our Green Ethics project to collaborate on shaping the visual identity for both the project’s performance and the accompanying board game.
First Europe Project’s aim is to bring prehistoric society closer to contemporary audiences by placing the unique European archaeological heritage of Lepenski Vir, Serbia in a new context. We will explore three themes with new interpretations, focusing on social relations, issues, and processes that are still evolving today. We are looking for artists from Serbia, Hungary and Italy who are engaged in the topics of nature, tradition, history of humanity and cultural heritage.
Under the DemArt project, IICCA is looking for individual artists/ artist groups / collectives who wish to contribute to the community of the 7th district of Budapest through developing an art piece. Artistic projects can be proposed from, and involve any artistic discipline (visual, performing, sound, mixed etc.) but must contain long-lasting impact and engagement for the local community. Submitted projects will be assessed by a group of art commissioners from the local community.
Dear artists and cultural workers, we are thrilled to invite you to participate in the RE-IMAGINE Green Residency Program, a unique opportunity for critical minds to engage in transformative projects addressing the urgent challenges posed by climate change. The RE-IMAGINE Green Art Practices on the Margin project is a pioneering regional initiative, focusing on the green transformation of the performing arts sector, particularly in the Balkan region and Central Europe, where the green transformation processes are at their early stages.