PRESS RELEASE #1, Bucharest, 9 October 2015 Future Museum: Future Museum is launching | Open call for artists living in Romania

PRESS RELEASE #1, Bucharest, 9 October 2015 Future Museum: Future Museum is launching | Open call for artists living in Romania

Please note that the deadline for submission has been extended for an extra six days until 15 November 23:59, 2015.

Future Museum is announcing the first open call for the 2016 exhibition program. We are open to receiving exhibition projects (solo show) for the new founded exhibition hall at the Czech Centre in Bucharest. The open call is for artists and curators who are living in Romania or in the Republic of Moldova. The description of the project should focus on the theoretical or political context, within the length of maximum 3000 characters and should be written in English. Each application must be accompanied by a short pdf presentation (max. 10 pages) from the artist and/or one page from the curator.

The deadline is 9 November 2015, with the first exhibition opening in January 2016. Four exhibitions will be financially supported; each by 400 EUR. We are also providing assistance for local transportation inside Romania and accommodation at Czech Centre in Bucharest. Each selected exhibition project should be installed by the author and/or by the curator. Every exhibition will be on display for one month for the following months: January, February, March, July, August and September.

The main hall of the Future Museum: here.
Ground plan of the Future Museum: here.
FB event: Open call for artists.

Future Museum
Ion Ghica 11

Since January 2016
Mo – Fri | 9 am – 4.30 pm

For more information,
images, quotes and interview
requests, please contact:

Sorina Neaga
0724 352927

Exhibitions are organized by the Czech Centre in Bucharest.
Since 2018 supported by Budweiser Budvar.

Media partners: AGERPRESDilema vecheThe Romania JournalRadio România CulturalThe InstituteTANANANATVR Pagina OficialaObservator culturalRevista ARTARevista ZeppelinZiarul MetropolisIgloo media.