Kyiv Sculpture Project (KSP)
|Scholarship / Financial aid: grants for winners|
Date: June 2 - July 2, 2012
Deadline: January 27, 2012
Open to: Ukrainian and international, established and emerging artists
Kyiv Sculpture Project (KSP) is the first international festival of contemporary sculpture in Ukraine.
The idea of the project is to present the latest trends and varieties of contemporary sculpture.
The festival is a non-commercial event that will be held every two years. The curatorial panel will select art-works for the festival on a competition basis.
The first festival of the Kyiv Sculpture Project will be held from June 2 till July 2, 2012. For a month, one of the most picturesque places of Kyiv, the New Botanical Garden, will host the art-works by Ukrainian and international, established and emerging artists.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park - the largest European sculpture park has became the partner of KSP. Established in 1977, and set in 500 acres of eighteen-century designed parkland, Yorkshire Sculpture Park is an internationally renowned centre for modern and contemporary art.
Dr Helen Pheby, curator at the YSP has became a co-curator of the Kiev Sculpture Project 2012.
In addition, the festival will be followed by a strong educational program including lectures, workshops, mater-classes by internationally renowned artists, art critics, historians and curators.
Open call: till January 27, 2012
Finalists’ announcement: February 16, 2012
Production of art-works (for projects sent in scetches): February 15 – May 2012
Installation of sculptures: May 15 – June 1, 2012
KSP opening: June 2, 2012
Awarding ceremony: June 30, 2012
End of the festival: July 2, 2012
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