1927 application: Borders, Borderlands, Crossings
We invite artists, thinkers and scholars from around the world to submit their work for our 2020 season on the topic of Borders, Borderlands and Crossings. Below we offer some perspectives on what submissions may look like - but we are open to the artists’ innovative approaches and ideas:

visual art exhibitions
in-progress worscholarly research (articles, papers, seminars); lecture-performances; presentations of new literary work; workshops
We invite artists, thinkers and scholars from around the world to submit their work for our 2020 season on the topic of Borders, Borderlands and Crossings. Below we offer some perspectives on what submissions may look like - but we are open to the artists’ innovative approaches and ideas:
visual art exhibitions
in-progress works
new plays
scholarly research (articles, papers, seminars)
lecture-performances
presentations of new literary work
workshops
other

Approaches to the topic may include but are not limited to:
Borders as historical and cultural constructs
Borderlands and the shaping of identities
Histories and narratives of border crossings
Policy-making in the border and borderlands (may include narratives of security and policing, medical approaches, human rights perspectives etc)
What lies beyond the nation state? transnationalism, global capitalism vs. imagining new models for transcending borders

Practicalities:
Submissions are accepted from artists and researchers around the world
Submissions deadline is December 15 2019.
Approximately 5 projects will be accepted for presentation at 1927 Art Space in Athens in winter/spring 2020 for either a one-time presentation or a week-long residency. Artists will receive: space to present their work; accommodation (for international artists only). Resident artists will be expected to offer a workshop and/or presentation of their work at the end of their residency. 
Fees:
Independent artists/scholars: FREE (up to 3 persons)
Institutionally supported artists/scholars: 150 euros per person per week
Artists are responsible for the production logistics and costs of their presentation.
Due to the labor intensive nature of reviewing submissions, incomplete or off- topic submissions will not be considered. Only successful applicants will be contacted.
Long-distance presentations: for artists who are unable to be physically present in Athens, if we are interested in the project we will undertake to organize a presentation on your behalf.

Interested artists please fill in the form below.
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If you are interested in a residency, please tell us more about how a residency will benefit your project, how you plan to use your time in Athens and what you would like to present to the community at the end of your stay (workshop or work in progress presentation). Indicate your preferred dates and length of stay. Please view the instructions at the end of the form for applicable fees *
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Why are you interested in being programmed at 1927? Please reflect on how your artistic priorities and values relate to the 1927/Between the Seas vision and work. *
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