Celebrating Excellence: Kathrine Nedrejord’s Nomination for the Nordic Council’s Literature Prize
Norwegian author Kathrine Nedrejord, who played a vital role in our Deconfining Project during the Bodø2024 Writers’ Residency, has been nominated for the prestigious Nordic Council’s Literature Prize!
The Second DECONFINING Partner Forum
The forum brought together 28 members, representatives of partners and participating organizations, and provided an opportunity for everyone to get to know each other better, laying the foundation for successful future cooperation.
Selected Artists for Deconfining’s 2024 Residencies in Poland and Tanzania
The ART TRANSPARENT Foundation (Wrocław) and Nafasi Art Space (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania) decided on six individuals who will soon be visiting these respective countries, participating in research residencies, and creating new works in the field of video art.
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Local Encounters for Intercontinental Exchange
The first DECONFINING Conference at the Goethe-Institut Madrid will focus on the territorial and spatial nuance of the confinement pattern from the point of view of the African and EU/ropean Relations.
Open Call For Artistic Residencies In Poland And Tanzania
We are looking for video artists to participate in research residencies and develop new moving image works.
Artists’ Mobility In / Connected To Africa: Realities, Challenges and Positive Practices
The first results of the Visas: Mobility from African Countries to Schengen Countries will be shared at the Prague Quadrennial on 14 June 2023.
Call for Submissions: Narratives of Closeness and Distance from Central-Estern Europe and South-Eastern Africa
Deconfining Arts, Culture, and Policies in Europe and Africa
Two hundred and fifty (250) artists, 170 major works of art, 2,500 cultural organization representatives, 400 cultural stakeholders across two continents, and more than 30 countries will work over four years to develop an inclusive, sustainable, and participatory framework of cooperation between Europe and Africa.
DECONFINING brings together cultural practitioners, policymakers, performing, media/visual artists, in-field universities and audiences from more than 30 European and African countries to explore and demonstrate new ways of intercontinental artistic and cultural cooperation and to contribute to a better understanding of confinement patterns from different points of view in an intercontinental perspective.
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