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PRIO – Peace Research Institute Oslo, i samarbeid med Nitja Centre for Contemporary Art, introduserer INSPIRE ART AWARD.

Utlysningen er åpen for kunstnere mellom 20 og 45 år som har opplevd og erfart politisk vold, voldelige konflikter og krig og som jobber innenfor kunstfeltene billedkunst, lydbasert kunst, performance, dans eller film, blant annet.

Søknadsfrist er 30. mars.

An interdisciplinary jury will select five shortlisted artists working globally across media.
● The shortlisted artists will have one year to plan and create work for a group exhibition at Nitja Centre for Contemporary Art in Lillestrøm, Norway in April 2024.

● The award winner will receive a prize, a solo exhibition at our prestigious partner institution(s), as well as a presentation of their work at PRIO and at the Goethe-Institut in Oslo. Residency Unlimited will be hosting the artist for a one-month residency in New York.

Now more than ever we can see how the impact of war and violence changes societies and people. Artists are often at the frontline of documenting, sharing and transforming experiences of war, violent conflict, exile and displacement.

More information about the INSPIRE Art Award and to apply:

Please see attached the document with all additional information. Kindly share it with your networks and those who might be interested to apply.

Mer informasjon og søknadsskjema finner du her.