All about LIES || well, almost all...
2nd Open Call - ScArt
We believe that creating an accessible, inclusive, diverse and collaborative community is the key to building a successful programme. In a time where open calls, selections, awards and processes are not always totally transparent, we have chosen a platform specifically devoted to public access, where you can read and comment on other applicants' proposals and ideas. Fostering a culture of respect, transparency access and inclusion we can learn from others' experience and creativity. A participatory process is a sequence of participatory activities (e.g. filling out our survey, publishing your proposal, discussing them in face-to-face or virtual meetings (as we call the assemblies).
Our mission is to activate the youth voice and co-create with young people so that you can build your community, a community for you and by you - allowing you to have your say.
We ALL lie. Some lie very little, some lie a lot. Some lies are necessary (or we think they are), some are just the worst choice one could make.
What is your relationship with LIES? Is there one lie you wouldn’t or would have told if you could go back in time? How does your culture deal with lies? Is it different from the way the society you live in does? What is the last lie you told someone or yourself?
The ScArt project is delighted to announce its 2nd Open Call for the Residency programme ALL ABOUT LIES!
The Residency is an online 4-day event (1 hour per day at 4pm CEST) for young people aged 18 - 25 to explore the topic of LIES.
Based on the Science Gallery Dublin’s successful Rapid Residency model launched in 2020 in response to the pandemic, it aims to nurture Art Science Collaboration harnessing the full potential of non-formal science education, culture and the arts. We aim to support young people to collaborate with artists, scientists, researchers, creative practitioners and innovative thinkers to develop and trigger their creative ideas.
Apply to ScArt residency, we will investigate the topic through the art and the science point of view with guest speakers from both sides and we will jump all together into the Metaverse to share our thoughts, doubts and discoveries in a very special art-science virtual gallery.
By the way, is your avatar a lie or just the digital version of yourself?
We are looking for people aged between 18 and 25 years old. There is no requirement for advanced digital skills or previous similar experience, but we encourage to apply people with a deep desire to exchange and learn from international peers. Joining the programme could give you the chance to develop further projects and start new collaborations with participants from other countries, as well as developing new ideas for your future studies or professional interests.
ScArt builds a young community, this means that every cycle will add new participants to the previous groups, creating a wider community that can live after the project will have finished.
The Residency programme will be held in English and fully online through ZOOM or other similar platforms and there will also be a session held in the Metaverse as part of an experimental co-creation phase where time, space and connections can be experienced in the most creative ways!
A good English level is highly recommended to interact with young people from other countries. However we will provide French, Italian, Greek and Hungarian translations.
Deadline for applications: July 8