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Call for Participation: Marketplace of Possibilities

Call for participation in the market of possibilities in the context of the exhibition "MicroPop" at SPEICHER Gramzow/Uckermark

29.03.2023 CMFI News

Venue: DER SPEICHER GRAMZOW
(Am Bahnhof 5, 17291 Gramzow / Uckermark)

Submission deadline: May 1, 2023

 

Whether it's illustrations, visual artwork, videos, games, exhibits, or other forms of artistic representation – collaborations between art and science offer unique opportunities to bring science and society into dialogue. Do you have such a project or exhibit that brings design, art, and science together in exciting and new ways? Then contact us for an opportunity to present your project to the public in the award-winning industrial monument and art venue "SPEICHER GRAMZOW", also to exchange ideas with other project groups!

Context

From May 6 to June 11, the exhibition „MicroPop – Design, Wissenschaft und die Welt der Mikroben“ will be shown at SPEICHER GRAMZOW. We want to use this unique venue and opportunity to give a platform to other projects that bring design, art, and science together in exciting ways. Therefore, we invite artists, designers, scientists, and all others who have created vivid science communication projects to be part of the exhibition's supporting program. On June 3, 2023, we will open the foyer of the Speicher building for a marketplace of possibilities on the theme "Science meets art & design": Additionally, to several exhibition spaces, there will also be a variety of opportunities for exchange as well as for the presentation of the selected projects.

Submission

Do you feel like exhibiting and presenting your project in this setting? Then apply now for one of the exhibition spaces! Simply answer the questions below - and send the completed form by May 1, 2023 to: leon.kokkoliadis@uni-tuebingen.de

 

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Contact

Leon Kokkoliadis
Public Relations Management

Auf der Morgenstelle 28, D-72076 Tübingen

Tel: +49 7071 29-74707
E-Mail: leon.kokkoliadis@uni-tuebingen.de

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