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Novi Sad 2022, a call for the ‘Making Art that Matters!’

Novi Sad, Freedom Bridge Novi Sad, Freedom Bridge Photo by Pixabay

The ‘Novi Sad 2022 – European Capital of Culture’ Foundation has opened a call for the ‘Making Art that Matters!’ training, which will be held in Novi Sad from 12 – 18 April.

Participants will have a chance to learn about the principles and examples of engaged art, along with mentors from Walk the Plank (UK), the Multimedia Centre ‘Led Art’ and the Šok Zadruga (SRB), and to discover the importance of artistic interventions and performances for initiating social changes, as well as to design and organize an engaged participatory outdoor event together.

‘Making Art that Matters!’ is one of the five Schools of Participation organized within the Creative Europe project of the European Outdoor Arts Academy – School of Participation. The Novi Sad School of Participation will bring together 30 participants from nine partner countries (UK, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Austria, Serbia, Ireland, Armenia, Estonia and Hungary) to gain new practical knowledge and experience in creating outdoor artistic participatory content.

The call is open to all candidates who are dedicated to creative work and interested in the engaged art, regardless of the level and nature of education. Selected candidates are expected to be open to working with colleagues from across Europe and ready to acquire new skills.

The working language of the training is English.

Deadline for application is 19 March 2021 till noon.

All information here

The School of Participation: Making Art that Matters! is supported by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union and led by Walk the Plank. With international partners Plovdiv 2019, Bulgaria; Novi Sad 2021; Serbia, uniT Graz, Austria; Kaunas 2022, Lithuania; Coventry 2021, UK; and associate partners Limerick City & County Council, Ireland; aRe, Yerevan, Armenia; Tartu 2024, Estonia and Veszprem, Hungary. 

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