2017

Open Call: Mural of 400m2, with artistic residence in Barcelona

DETAILS:

Project / Event: Open Call to paint a mural  of 400m2, with artistic residence. 
Date: Spring 2018 (dates to be confirmed)
Location: Plaza de la Salut, Barcelona, Spain
Deadline to apply: Until 15 September 2017, 12PM
How to apply: More information here.
The Prize: 7.000€ and the organization will cover all the expenses for equipment, accommodation, travels and meals
Organization: The city council of Sant Feliu de Llobregat (Barcelona, Spain), Kaligrafics Sant Feliu and Contorno Urbano Fundacio.

Press Release:

The city council of Sant Feliu de Llobregat (Barcelona, Spain) is launching a public competition to paint a huge mural (400m2), with artistic residence. The coordination of the competition will be done by Kaligrafics Sant Feliu and Contorno Urbano.

The open call dead-line is September 15th, 12pm.

This intervention is part of the full remodeling of the “Plaza de la Salut”, located in one of the neighbourhoods built during the development and speculation fever of the Sixties, and that has been restored to the neighbourhood after a long fight of the community, that culminated with the first democratic Council expropiating the land in 1979.

The selected artist will have an artistic residence in order to know the city and the context and will create the mural during spring 2018

The prize for the winner will be 7.000€ and the organization will cover all the expenses for equipment, accommodation, travels and meals.

 

More information at:

Official Open Call Page: Here
Contorno Urbano Page: Here
Kaligrafics Page: Here
Contacts of the organization: +34 610 548 308
E-mail: press.contornourbano@gmail.com

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