OPEN CALL - send in your proposal by 30 November!
**LOOKING FOR ALL KIND OF ARTISTS**
Young at Night is a new and energetic program providing young makers the opportunity to show existing projects and or work-in-process.
De Fabriek invites young makers of Eindhoven and surrounding areas to propose projects and ideas that they find inspiring, urgent or relevant related to the 3 different themes of young at night: Young at Living, Young at Sleep and Young at Food. This can be existing works, performances, poetry, music, work in process, experiments, sound pieces, readings and all you can imagine.
**SHOW US HOW IT’S DONE**
About the project
Young at Night is for young makers (age 17-27).
Young at Night is for makers located in Eindhoven and surroundings.
Young at Night exhibits existing work.
Young at Night invites the selected makers (8 every night) to collaborate.
Young at Night provides honorarium and production budget.
What to expect
We open the basement (460M2) for experiment a week prior to the exhibition
We invite selected artist to collaborate on your collective exhibition
We provide honorarium and a production budget
We will support all makers in their creative and production process
What will you bring
You have existing work you love to showcase connected to one of the themes
You’re motivated to participate in group dynamics
You’re able to join our meetings in person (see meeting dates below)
4 dec Meeting Young at Living 19:00-21:00
15 dec Young at Living Opening
16 dec Building down Young at Living deadline 17:00 16 dec
13 dec Meeting Young at Sleep 19:00-21:00
5 jan Young at Sleep Opening
6 jan Building down Young at Sleep deadline 17:00
3 jan Meeting Young at Food 19:00-21:00
19 jan Young at Food Opening
4 jan Building down Young at Food deadline 17:00
Fill in the proposal form via this link.
Feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Send in your proposal by 30 November before midnight!
Young at Night is a project by De Fabriek Eindhoven, initiated by Imke Sloos, Miekie Capello and Kris van Gendt and is supported by Cultuur Eindhoven, thank you Cultuur Eindhoven.