Deadline: 10 April, midnight
PhotoIreland Festival is calling artists to submit work that was created to examine any type of conflict and its effects, to be exhibited at Pallas Projects, 4 to 14 May 2017.
The Recount of Conflict is open to projects focused on the disruption of the everyday life of individuals, families, communities, organisations, countries, etc. Whether dealing with ‘race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status’, established and emerging artists are welcome to put forward their works.
PhotoIreland are particularly interested in looking at personal recounts, dramatisations, re-contextualisations of the events that once took place. The selected project or projects will be on display at Pallas Projects and the exhibition will be part of the main exhibitions of this year’s edition.
Please note, there is an administration fee of €10 per submission.
PhotoIreland Festival will pay artists fees to the artists selected according to standard guidelines and individual agreements with each artist.
PhotoIreland Festival will cover the costs of designing, printing and distributing any materials. PhotoIreland Festival will cover no costs incurred in regards to travel, accommodation, subsistence, and so on, unless otherwise stated.
Submission details and full terms and conditions are attached to the Application Form, which can be downloaded here: festival.photoireland.org/2017/news/conflict/
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