Four halls of the Tbilisi History Museum and its indoor yard will host the exhibition “The Protest that Never Ends” showcasing the works of Georgian and international artists.
The other venues shown on the VENUE page will host the individual art projects.
Site specific works are also welcomed.
There is no residency involved. Participants have to arrive to Tbilisi at least 2-4 day prior of the event. The times of individual arrival and departure will be discussed in the process.
All contemporary medias are welcomed: video, performance, photography, print, object, indoor/outdoor installation, contemporary painting, graphic;
Technical requirements will be negotiated and worked out in collaboration with the organizational board of event.
Art works won’t be presented for sale as the event is a non-commercial, non-profit-making enterprise. If there is any commercial interest expressed to buy a work, ARTISTERIUM doesn’t see itself as a part of the process;
A self-supported participation is welcomed. In any case the coordination with the event’s organizational board is required.
We seek participation of an artist, artists group or a curator (with the art project) from any country. In case of curatorial project the attendance of participant artists is highly desirable.
The images (300 dpi, jpg or tiff), information about presented artwork (title, date of production, media, size, duration, act) and the artistic biography has to be sent to the firstname.lastname@example.org by July 31 for the catalogue to be published and printed before the opening. The catalogue will be distributed among participants, all interested sides and audience for free.
The logos of sponsors and partner organizations will be presented in the catalogue as well as on all printed materials highlighting the event (booklets, program, banners, posters, invitations, etc).