Prince Claus Fund Looking For Projects Dedicated to Changes In Nature

Applications are accepted until August 26th

Misha Vallejo. From the project Secret Sarayaku.
Prince Claus Fund

The annual interdisciplinary program aims to create and search for new artistic practices for the preservation of the environment. The Prince Claus Fund and the Goethe-Institut invite artists and cultural practitioners to apply for the program by August 26th.

Alarming changes in nature are taking place all over the world: forests are disappearing, animals are dying out, the level of pollution of both water and the atmosphere is increasing, temperatures are rising, and previously unknown viruses appear. Through culture and art, humanity can find new ways of being and present alternative methods of communicating with nature. The program will bring together twelve artists and cultural practitioners—under the guidance of a mentor, they will work on projects related to the environment. This initiative will be the next step after the Take Me to the River exhibition dedicated to problems on the planet.

The course consists of online and offline labs, master classes, and group sessions. Each participant will receive a reward of 6,000 euros. Applications are accepted through a special form.

Read more on the website.