BJCEM network - job opportunities
The BJCEM network has been awarded a grant by the Creative Europe programme for a 3-year project called DE.A.RE - DEconstruct And Rebuild. The young creators network is offering two work opportunities in the new project.
BJCEM (Biennale des jeunes créateurs de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée - Biennial of young creators of Europe and the Mediterranean) invites applications for:
Communication expert: an open position at BJCEM for the project DE.A.RE – DEconstruct And Rebuild
English and Italian language at proficiency level
Good knowledge of French language is an asset
How to apply: Send your CV and a motivational letter to email@example.com by March 20, 2022
GRAPHIC DESIGN / VISUAL IDENTITY: Call for the selection of an agency/studio/freelance able to develop a distinctive visual identity for the project DE.A.RE – DEconstruct And Rebuild
BJCEM is looking for agency/studio/freelance able to develop a distinctive visual identity of DE.A.RE project, in order to be recognizable and visually attractive and consistent throughout its implementation.
Agency/studio/freelance(s) should send their cv/portfolio and a motivational letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
by March 13, 2022
The DE.A.RE DEconstruct And Rebuild project has the following objectives:
Increase the capacity of cultural organisations and professionals to be active internationally, by enhancing their ability to face common challenges.
Enhance the competencies of artists, fostering in particular the visibility and circulation of emerging talents and artworks in Europe and beyond.
Reflect and debate on the role of artists as vectors of change in contemporary societies, with a specific focus on the EuroMed region.
BJCEM (Biennale des jeunes créateurs de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée - Biennial of young creators of Europe and the Mediterranean) is a network of 45 members, ranging from cultural institutions to independent organizations, coming from 15 countries. Legally registered in Belgium, it manages its activities from its Executive Office based in Turin, Italy.
BJCEM aims at fostering mutual understanding, intercultural dialogue, and collaboration in the arts among young creators, around the Mediterranean. Its projects and activities provide training, mobility, and exchange opportunities that, in turn, support artists creative processes, through personal and professional growth.