We are pleased to announce the call for several funded positions as participants within the School for MultiSpecies Knowledges – a programme consisting of land-based situational artistic research, participatory forms of audience engagement, and public events series. Developed together with Zone2Source (a platform for art, nature and technology), the School will transform the Amstelpark into a territory for enquiry and experimentation between May 14 and July 3, 2022.
If you are interested in joining our current programme, the School for Multispecies Knowledges, please send your CV with examples of recent work together with a letter for motivation in which you state your focus of research and plan of action for your participation in the School to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Application deadline: April 25, 2022
Netherlands-based artists, other practitioners and researchers working at the intersections of participatory art/design, critical pedagogies, environmental care and activism are invited to send their proposals to contribute to the School’s research trajectory: redefining what it is to be human on a multi-species planet.
Each participant will receive a stipend of €1,500 for the duration of the entire programme. Material required for the exhibition and events will be paid for in consultation with the production team. Artists or researchers currently obtaining funded PhD positions can be admitted to the programme; however, they are not eligible for the stipend. Participants are responsible for their own accommodation, transport costs and insurance.