Invisible Lines will enable 12 young artists, selected through an international call for applications (www.invisiblelines.eu) to go on a two-year course that is also a journey through Europe and various artistic practices. Three workshops in Italy, the Czech Republic and France will be led by three major artists: Stefano Ricci, Juraj Horváth and Yvan Alagbé.
Invisible Lines is an international project on comics, graphic novels and illustrations developed by the Fondazione Giorgio Cini, (Italy – coordinator); Central Vapeur, (France); Hamelin Associazione Culturale (Italy); Baobab&Gplusg s.r.o. (Czech Republic); and co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
The project foresees the organization of three workshops, which will take place between May and July 2021. In the workshops, titled Revelations, Landscapes and Borders, the artists will explore the invisible in its variety of meanings, through the guidance of the mentors Stefano Ricci, Juraj Horváth and Yvan Alagbé. The artworks created during the three workshops will be featured in public exhibitions throughout Europe between 2021 and 2022, and a selection will be included in a book to be published.
Here you can find the full description of the project, the three workshops and the profile of the mentors.
Just a few steps are required to participate in Invisible Lines and have the chance to travel across Europe to attend the three workshops. If you are a young artist under 30 download the call for applicants, read it well and then submit your portfolio using the online form.
Application is free, and you have time up until the 10th of December to apply.
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