Open Call: LABVERDE Art Immersion in the Amazon

LABVERDE: Art Immersion Program in the Amazon
From 20th to 29th of July 2017Application deadline: January 31st

www.labverde.com

The LABVERDE program is a 10-days Art Immersion Program in the Brazilian Amazon rainforest for art, nature and science lovers.

The program is targeted toward adventurous individuals and nature lovers: visual artists, architects, musicians, writers, dancers and other cultural makers.

PRESENTATION:

LABVERDE is designed for artists and creators who are eager to reflect on nature and landscape. The program will promote an intensive experience in the Amazon rainforest aiming to explore the connection between science, art and the natural environment.

LOCATION:

THE JOURNEY WILL TAKE PLACE IN TWO DIFFERENT LOCATIONS ENABLING A DIVERSE SCALE AND PERSPECTIVE OF THE AMAZON RAINFOREST

APPLICATION:

LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE
In order to participate, fill in the form linked below and attach the following documentation:

  • 250-word bio

  • 500-word description of a creative

  • project idea

  • 5 to 10 images Portfolio​

APPLICATIONS UP TO JANUARY 31TH

COST FEE: USD 2,900
ACCOMMODATION, MEALS AND TRANSFERS INCLUDED

Flight tickets to Manaus, transfer from and to the Airport and health insurance are not included.

GRANT

We will select up to three artists to participate in the program free of cost. The condition for all modalities of grant will be discussed with the selected artist by Skype meeting. To apply for a grant, please include a motivation letter in the attached documents. Participants from emerging countries that have been investigating the intersection between art and nature will be prioritized.

CONTACT:

Website
www.labverde.com 

LABVERDE was created to strengthen the limits of art through a broad array of experiences, knowledge sets and cultural perspectives involving art, science and nature. The program main goal is to promote artistic creation through a constructive debate about environmental issues generated by both theory and life experiences in the Amazon rainforest.