CROSS-BORDER CREATION GRANT
Izokin supports projects of individual and collective creators as well as initiatives of permanent production spaces and independent cultural representatives, thus strengthening the creative fabric of the area and reinforce its greater dissemination among citizens.
The grant will be aimed at the production of works in visual, audiovisual, performing arts, music, literature, design, comics or any other creative discipline of individual creators and/or groups; projects with innovative and fundamental character and activities with flexible contents. This method is addressed to individuals or groups that carry out their activity preferably in the cross-border territory of Euskal Herria.
- The graphic creation of this call is based upon an image with the following license:
CC BY-NC 4.0 2015 / KUTXATEKA / Fotocar / Martín Ricardo
WHAT DOES IT CONSIST OF?
Production of works in visual, audiovisual and performance arts, music, literature, design, comics or any other creative discipline. Taking responsibilities of cultural projects: management of events and/or cultural spaces, the exhibition of works.
WHO CAN RECEIVE IT?
Individuals and groups of individuals with no age limit, who carry out their activity preferably in the territories of Gipuzkoa, Navarre and/or the Agglomeration community of the Basque Country (Lapurdi, Lower Navarre and Zuberoa), or whose project is in some way linked to these territories.
The quality, trajectory, innovation, connectivity, public participatory and cross-border nature of each application will be assessed. For assistance, the evaluation committee may meet with the applicants in order to receive additional information on the application, if they consider appropriate.
6 March 2020.
TRADITIONAL BASQUE OBJECTS DESIGN COMPETITION
The aim of this call is to update the design of a traditional object present in the Basque culture. In this way, we contribute on the one hand, to research and the eventual recovery of traditional customs and on the other hand, to an adaptation, renewal and reinterpretation from the point of view of contemporary design. We would like to establish new relationships with our history and to expand the lines of research and the action fields of design.
The piece to be reviewed in this call is the hot chocolate pot.
This call is opened to any person or legal entity of any age (students, professionals or collectives) in the design field (industrial and product design, architecture, engineering, fine arts, etc.) from any country. Participation in the competition is free.
20 april 2020
Diputación Foral de Gipuzkoa. Archivo General de Gipuzkoa. AGG-GAO A03374
© CC BY-SA: Ojanguren, Indalecio
EUSKAL ARTE GARAIKIDEA NAZIOARTEKOTZEKO PROGRAMA
Bitamine Faktoriak, gaur egungo euskal artea nazioartera irekitzeko bere planean jasotako esparruaren barnean egiten du deialdi hau. Programa honen bidez arte ikerkuntza eta ekoizpena sustatu nahi dira, sortzaileak sustatzen lagundu eta artisten nazioarteko mugikortasuna bultzatu nahi da.
Euskadin bizi diren eta bertan lan egiten duten artisten esportazio proiektu artistikoak sustatzeko da, edozein diziplinatakoak izanda ere.
Bi fasetan garatuko da laguntza. Hasieran proiektu batean lan egingo da hainbat aurreko hilabeteetan. Behin bukatu ondoren, esportatu egingo da Buenos Airesen (Argentina) aurkezteko, eta han gaur egungo hainbat kulturgune nabermenetan erakutsiko da.
Tokiko erakundeekin batera, jarduera egutegi bat finkatuko da eta bertan artistek hainbat parte hartze izango dituzte aretotan, museotan, kulturgunetan eta galeriatan (mahai inguruak, eztabaidak, workshopak, topaketak eta lan kolektiboak) lekuko artista garrantzitsuekin.
9 March 2020.
BIDASOA ART RESIDENCY
Call for artists from any country and nationality (excepted Spanish) who do not live in Spain and wish to make a residency in the region of Bidasoa (Irun, Hendaia and Hondarribia), located between the Basque Country French and Spanish.
During the residency, the artist will work on her/his perception, a vision of the Basque Country that ’s why the artist will live in a Basque context during her/ his residence, with visits and interviews to different contemporary cultural entities. The objective is to develop a piece of art that we will later exhibit in different sites of Euskal Herria.
WHAT DOES IT CONSIST OF?
A 40-day stay during which the artist will have accommodation in Irun, as well as a studio workshop and workspace. In addition, you will get advice, production services and introductions to various individuals from the Basque Country’s art and cultural field to carry out your project.