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Are you a teacher? Do you work with a group of young people? Are you active within a cultural association? If so, this will certainly interest you! 

Following the success of the first "Next Generation, Please" event organized by BOZAR in 2015-2016, we have decided to repeat the experience. You will certainly remember that this formidable project aims to encourage young people to become aware and creative citizens able to express themselves in a Europe that is ready to listen to their opinions and ideas.   

To this end, "Next Generation, Please" brings together artists, intellectuals and young people around a common artistic project. Through a creative process resulting in concrete realisations such as a film, installation, performance, sculpture or short stories, the multiple interactions between these young people and their mentors serve to structure their critical thinking and stimulate their powers of expression. A human adventure that is all the more exciting as the works they produce will be shown during a festival in the Center for Fine Arts.

Europe is the theme for this new edition and at several levels. On the one hand, it aims to forge links with a partner organization in another European country that will follow each project closely through our digital platform. On the other, it will seek to develop a European network of schools and artists whose work is in keeping with the European project.  

See the call for entries
Deadline: 25 June 2017


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