Green Art Lab Alliance Asia – Launch

13th of December we are publicly launching the Green Art Lab Alliance Asia with a Julie’s Bicycle workshop as well as with talks from 8 art collectives across Asia. Check it out!

GALA Projects

GALA projects are articulated around artistic labs and sustainability workshops. GALA partners also engage themselves to measure the carbon footprint impact of the overall project.

Latest News

In the framework of GALA, On the Move updates this news section related to arts and environmental projects, calls, opportunities etc. Check GALA Facebook for your daily updates of green news!

GALA Workshops

The Green Art Lab Alliance (GALA) workshops bring together cultural professionals, artists and policymakers to share knowledge and develop a shared vision for an environmentally sustainable future. Led by Julie’s Bicycle, leading environmental experts in the cultural community, the workshops are developed collaboratively with local partners and aim to: showcase...

What is GALA?

GALA – The Green Art Lab Alliance is a partnership between 19 European cultural organisations which aims to explore what environmental sustainability means for the visual arts and design. All partners believe that it’s time for culture and the arts to take responsibility in their own innovative and artistic ways.

Consortium Instabile – Pollinaria

Consortium Instabile is an experimental architecture, radio, research and public programme aiming to form an expanding network of knowledge about rural regeneration by actively engaging interconnected rural communities with profound creative thinkers.

NEWS

In the framework of GALA, On the Move updates this news section related to arts and environmental projects, calls, opportunities etc. If you have any news to share or interesting reading/reports etc., then please contact mobility@on-the-move.org
 

Green Art Lab Alliance Asia – Launch

13th of December we are publicly launching the Green Art Lab Alliance Asia with a Julie’s Bicycle workshop as well as with talks from 8 art collectives across Asia. Check it out!
 

Kio-A-Thau Sugar Refinery Artist Village ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM 2015 (Taiwan)

KIO-A-THAU Sugar Refinery Artist Village (KAT) is a non-profit organization founded in 2001 and is one of seven Artist-in-Residence programs supported by The Ministry of Culture in Taiwan. Deadline for the residency: 15 August. The theme is Sugarcane & Rum!
 

Call for Proposal: Residency in Yogyakarta > Works on community and ecology

Bumi Pemuda Rahayu, the Sustainability Centre in Yogyakatya is now open for applications for its residency programme. Deadline: 15 September.
 

Twelfth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic & Social Sustainability (Portland)

The special focus for the January 2016 conference is Urban Sustainability: Inspiration and Solution. Deadline for papers’ submission: 21 August.
 

minus20degree 2016 – MELT > Open call

The organisers are calling for Installation, Video, Land Art, Performance and Sound Art to interpret the 2016 theme, MELT. Deadline: 20 July.
 

Dark Ecology Journey > Call

  The second research trip in the Dark Ecology project will take place from 25–29 November 2015. Participants will travel to Kirkenes in Norway’s northern extremes, visit the neighbouring town Nikel (just across the border in Russia), and travel to the largest city in the far north: Murmansk (Russia). Deadline:...

GALA

The Green Art Lab Alliance (GALA) is a partnership between 19 European cultural organisations which aims to explore what environmental sustainability means for the visual arts and design. All partners believe that it’s time for culture and the arts to take responsibility in their own innovative and artistic ways. This ambition has been acknowledged by the European Commission, which co-finances the GALA project in the framework of the EU Culture programme 2007-2013. During the two years of collaboration (May 2013-May 2015) the partners want to find out what the arts can do to promote sustainability. Together with designers, artists and scientists, the GALA partners investigate the challenges and opportunities that environmental sustainability implies for artists and art institutions. The overall aim is to share knowledge and raise awareness amongst artists, citizens and policy makers.
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