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Surprise us with an inspiring image that catches the eye, and reflects a rebellious, engaged youthful nature. The first 10 selected projects will be part of an exhibition at BOZAR, among other prices to take away. You(th) can do it!

Next Generation, Please! is a project and an interactive exhibition organised by BOZAR with the aim of encouraging young people to reflect on the future of our society. What new and hopeful ideas do young people have for the Europe of tomorrow? What image could best represent a generation’s vision of its future? So, give free rein to your imagination and create a unique campaign image for the exhibition, which will present 13 projects from 9 to 25 May 2019.

Using the themes covered by the festival and the  projects that it will be presenting, you can give your own visual interpretation of a new future for our society. The selected image will be used in all communication materials for the exhibition, and several awards will be given (see below).

All forms of design are welcome: photographs, illustrations, collage, etc.

Good luck!

Deadline: 25 February 2019


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