EARLY YEARS PROJECT #5by MILLCON
An Incubating Project for Young Artists
Theme: Tomorrow… Aesthetics, Contemporaries and Environment
3rd March – 7th June 2020
Early Years Project
– An Incubating Project for Young Artists to take solid steps in producing creative works and establish a healthy and sustainable development.
This year, the Early Years Project #5 continues its mission and calls for a new batch of submissions from next-generation artists during 29th September – 29th November 2019.
Eight qualified artists will be selected to join the Project during 3rd March – 7th June 2020, after which they will present their works and details of their respective creative processes that show the development of such works at the Main Gallery,9th floor of BACC, and also take part in workshops, seminars, or other special activities of the project held during said period.
Following the project’s conclusion, the panel of judges will select outstandingworks from the artists’ presentations and projects as the winner of Mobility Funding and Artist Residency scholarship.
About Early Years Project
An initiative conceived to foster the talents of fledgling artists, the program selects participating works from a range of public submissions with the goal of igniting the careers of young artists with effective opportunities to create in Thailand and overseas. The project’s long-term goal is to develop a support base for one generation of artists for a certain period of time while also offering artists of various origins and styles the opportunity to learn new skills and build experience that will feed into their growth as artists. The project’s activities cover opportunities to create new works of art, display said works, join incubating activities,
exchangeexperiences, develop creative processes in a professional manner, and create contemporary attitudes towards art itself. These activities are carried out in tandem with studies of each artist’s body of work, including analyses and discussions on interpretation and artistic value as well as public access and participation through the final stage of the project, one Mobility Funding and one Artist Residency scholarship will be given and build a networkof artists in each year for moving forward in career path.
For more information, please contact
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
939 Rama 1 Road, Wangmai, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330
Tel. 02 214 6630 – 8
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