CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS

The Climate Art Fusion CARAVANE project is excited to announce a call for young artists interested in developing their careers in graphic arts while deepening their knowledge of environmental and sustainability themes. This initiative aims to support the artistic development of young individuals, particularly those from vulnerable backgrounds or minority groups, by providing them a platform to showcase their work and collaborate with fellow European artists. Participants, aged 18 to 29 and hailing from Spain, Slovenia, Georgia, and Croatia, will engage in creative labs without needing any prior educational background in arts. Women, individuals with disabilities, and members of vulnerable minorities are especially encouraged to apply.

Applicants are required to submit their applications online, including personal details and a portfolio that reflects their artistic expressions and interest in art and environmental issues. The portfolio can consist of various multimedia formats, shared through a downloadable link accessible to the CARAVANE team. Five unique labs are offered across the four countries, including sustainable graphic co-creation in Spain and hip hop, theater, filmmaking, and art co-creation in other locations.

The selection process will evaluate candidates based on artistic quality, coherence with the environmental theme, originality, creativity, and the emotional and social impact of their work.

With the application deadline set for June 21, 2024, this project offers a great opportunity for young artists to make their mark and contribute to a sustainable future.

Please fill out the form below in order to be considered for selection.

More information on the (downloadable) Call for Participants here.

 

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DATA PROTECTION
CARAVANE is responsible for the processing of the personal data of the interested party and informs participants that these data will be processed in accordance with the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of April 27 (GDPR) and Organic Law 3/2018 of April 5.