Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale 2018 | call for proposals
Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale 2018 (ETAT 2018) will be held in Niigata, Japan from the end of July to mid September 2018. Call for proposals for artworks to be presented at ETAT2018 which feature distinctive landscape, history and nature of Echigo-Tsumari as well as attract international attentions.
Echigo-Tsumari Art Field will continue to develop “SNOWART”, the winter art project which began in 2017 in order to highlight uniqueness of Echigo-Tsumari as a snow country. As we will organise Echigo-Tsuamri 2018 Winter - SNOWART from February to March in 2018 we are also inviting ideas for artworks and projects which will spotlight culture and wisdoms of locals and the beauty of snow and enable visitors to enjoy snow.
Please note: there is an entry fee payable; the deadline for proposals is 31 May 2017 but there is a possibility of an inspection tour in early May for those who can get there - see below for how to register.
Call for proposals (ETAT2018)
Seeks artworks and projects that make the best use of history and culture of Echigo-Tsumari or a proposal for event/program that has the power to inspire or raise awareness of Echigo-Tsumari internationally.
●A: Artwork, performance
●B: SNOWART (winter art project)
※ Location for proposed artworks will be decided by the project office.
※ We will make a separate call for proposals for designated regions/areas in due course.
Monday 15 - Wednesday 31 May 2017
Should be delivered by 17:00 on Wednesday 31 May 2017
【Number of artworks to be selected】
（The final number of artworks selected may vary.）
【How to apply】
Please pay the entry fee in advance and submit necessary documents listed in the guidelines for application.
Participation fee: Stay overnight JPY13,800／Day-trip JPY5,800
●A：Monday 1 - Tuesday 2 May 2017
≫Details will be announced in due course.
【Inquiries・Submission of the proposal】
ETAT2018 Proposal ETAT2018 Project Office c/o Tokamachi-city Tourist Information Centre 251-17 Asahicho Toakamachi-city Niigata 948-0079, Japan
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