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Opportunity - Guest Curator, Narracje Festival, Gdansk

Posted by Michelle Kasprzak • Wednesday, February 8. 2012 • Category: Jobs & Opportunities

The application date for this opportunity has passed.


OPEN CALL FOR THE CURATOR OF NARRACJE FESTIVAL, GDANSK, POLAND

Application deadline: 21 February, 2012

Gdansk 2016 and Gdansk City Gallery are looking for an international curator of the fourth edition of 'NARRACJE - Installations and Interventions in Public Space' Festival scheduled for November 2012 in Gdansk, Poland.

'Narracje - Interventions and Installations in Public Space' Festival is a presentation of large scale projections on buildings and all kinds of creative, innovative and unusual artistic activities taking place in public space within the Festival map. In 2012 the Festival will explore the area of the real Old Town adjacent to the Main Town, with its separated historical parts: Osiek and Zamczysko, located between the Main Town and the Gdańsk Shipyard, as well as the area of the Shipyard itself.

The requirements towards the candidates and competition Rules and Regulations are available on the Organizer's website
www.gdansk2016.eu/konkurs

Entries will be accepted by 21 February 2012 via e-mail to: konkurs -at- narracje.gdansk2016.eu or regular mail to the Organizer's address: Gdańsk 2016, Długi Targ 39/40, 80-830 Gdańsk, Poland.

Additional information about the open call, in particular maps, photo documentation, information regarding the location of the 4th edition
of the Festival and estimated budget can be obtained by e-mail: konkurs -at- narracje.gdansk2016.eu. You can also enquire by phone: Natalia Cyrzan, tel.: +48 502 02 86 53

More info about the former editions of NARRACJE: www.narracje.eu
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