Call for art projects to Science Center / Siste påminnelse: Utlysing etter kunstprosjekt til Vitensentere
Individual Artists and artists groups are invited to participate in an open competition for the two art projects “VITAMIN” and “SCENEROMMET”. The art committee would like to receive ideas for the mentioned projects.
The art committee would like the ideas to:
- Affect INSPIRIA`s business and expand the reflection field of INSPIRIA to the public and employees.
- Take advantage of the potential that lies in the center's character and energy.
- Reflect a similar perspective by having relevance to, or even directly making use of new knowledge / research / technology.
The overall Art Plan and more information on the art projects for INSPIRIA science center is available here. Here you will also find results of the competition.
1. Vitamin, NOK. 20,000 first prize and NOK. 10,000 in second prize.
2. Scenerommet, NOK. 20,000 first prize and NOK. 10,000 in second prize.
Presentation and deadlines:
The presentation for the competition should be a maximum of three A3 pages in addition to CV and a brief reasoned interest in the project. The artcommittee aims to present the results of competition within 2 months after the deadline. The winners of the competition will be notified directly. If the material is requested returned, please enclose the correct return postage. The competition will be conducted by KORO practice where art committee acts as jury. The art committee reserves the right to invite up to three artists directly to the competition. The presentation should be sent by letter (not e-mail or CD), and must be postmarked by the 20th of January, 2012. Please mark your presentation with ”VITAMIN” or “SCENEROMMET".
Please send your presentation to the following address:
Inspiria Science Center
INVITATION TO OPEN PREQUALIFICATION: VITENFABRIKKEN
Vitenfabrikken is a Science Center located in Sandnes, Norway. The Science Center was opened in 2008, and consists of a 4,000 sqm building in Sandnes central city. Vitenfabrikken is exploring modern science, where the public are encouraged to participate and explore. The Science Center has a two-year program with six limited-time art projects. This call is looking for three projects for 2012. More info...