Open call for artists across Europe. Be the first artist at the suburban farm in Turin

Artists across Europe, seize this unique opportunity to become the first artist in residence at Roggia, the eco-creative residency of the suburban farm of Cascina Falchera in Turin, Italy. This open call invites visual artists aged 25 to 35 to engage with the serene landscape and its natural elements. The guiding theme is water. Deadline April 2!

Published March 20, 2024

ART IN CASCINA - THE BIODIVERSITY HUB

Artists across Europe, seize this unique opportunity to become the first artist in residence at Roggia, the eco-creative residency of the suburban farm of Cascina Falchera in Turin, Italy.

Our Desire partner Consorzio Kairòs in Turin looks for new ways of rethinking relationships between city and nature - by using art. In an open call, they invite artists from all over Europe to join.

Highlights:

Artistic Focus: Your art will revolve around biodiversity - the focus is on water.

Working Arrangement: Immerse yourself in the countryside life, surrounded by picturesque mountains and vibrant communities.

Proximity to Turin: Experience the allure of one of Italy’s most beautiful cities, just a stone’s throw away.

Collaborative Development: The residency concept is the brainchild of 15 young creatives from diverse fields including design, natural science, architecture, arts, business, and social sciences, crafted with insights from designers.

Artist Proposal: We invite the artist to submit a proposal that can integrate into an existing practice or the creation of a new work relevant to the topic. The guiding theme is water, and the residency will be interdisciplinary in the framework of biodiversity (natural and social) using analogical and/or digital means.

Join us at Roggia and contribute to a dialogue with the landscape and its nature. Submit your proposal and be part of shaping the narrative of eco-creativity at Cascina Falchera.

Deadline April 2.

Sounds great? Check terms and conditions at Cascina Falchera's website here