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2021 SUMMER COURSES SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION
“THE SPACE OF THE FUTURE”
NABA is pleased to launch the scholarship competition “The space of the future” for the Summer Courses 2021.
What is a city really for? What shapes and identities can be given to future collective spaces?
Applicants are asked to document their daily life, observe the place where they live, and according to the chosen study area, develop a project (a piece of artwork, of clothing, a short video, etc) where the individual can rediscover the magic of sharing.
WHAT IS IT?
Applicants should submit a creative project that is coherent with their chosen field and that is representative of their identity: a color, an object, a piece of fabric, asound, a video, etc.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
- NABA can accept applications from students older than 18 years of age.
- In case of applicants who are 16 but show a strong motivation to NABA Introduction level or Experience level courses, NABA will take their applications into account, on condition that a written declaration of responsibility is sent by their parents or legal guardians.
- All classes at NABA are held in English, so students will be required to have a good understanding of the English language.
- Please carefully read the course descriptions before applying to a course as NABA will not take any responsibility for the students’ choice of a course level that is not suitable to their background and skills.
All material must be sent via email to [email protected] indicating in the subject “2021 Summer Courses Scholarship Competition – The space of the future by and not later than February 19th, 2021.
Applicants must submit:
- NABA Summer Courses Application Form 2021
- Passport Copy
- The creative project based on the Competition’s brief “The space of the future”
- Short description in English (max. 200 words) of the concept of the project highlighting reasons supporting their choices
WHEN WILL THE RESULTS BE COMMUNICATED?
Candidates will be informed about the results of the competition via email by March 5th, 2021.
Intellectual property rights, including copyright to all entered works, belong to the author. Therefore, protecting these rights is the responsibility of each candidate. Rights concerning the exhibition, publication and broadcasting of winners’ works belong both to participants and NABA.