STUDIOTOPIA is a creative journey that aims to increase collaborations between art & science and to raise awareness and foster creative and critical reflections about environmental challenges that our society is currently facing.

In the course of almost two years, STUDIOTOPIA will offer 13 artists and 13 scientists a unique opportunity to collaborate for a duration of seventeen months. Our residency programme aims to encourage scientists to exchange ideas, knowledge and methodologies with international visual artists while visiting their studios. Results, developed concepts, research material or artworks generated during STUDIOTOPIA residencies will be exhibited in partnering venues across Europe. The residency aims to create opportunities for artists and scientists to share their expertise with wide international audiences, curators, art specialists and researchers.

More information about participating artists, residencies, pop-up labs … can be found on www.studiotopia.eu

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STUDIOTOPIA is an initiative that consists of eight European cultural institutions: Center for Fine Arts (BOZAR) and GLUON in Brussels, Ars Electronica in Linz, Cluj Cultural Centre in Cluj, Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art in Gdansk, Onassis Cultural Centre in Athens, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Laboral in Gijon. 

STUDIOTOPIA is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union. 

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    Download the visitor’s guides on our application

    The autumn exhibitions will open their doors soon, and our visitor’s guides will be available digitally.

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  • Open Call Artistic Residency

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    Tribute to conductor Patrick Davin

    It is with deep sorrow that we learn of the death of Belgian conductor Patrick Davin. This eminent musician and pupil of René Defossez, Pierre Boulez and Peter Eötvös was a regular guest of BOZAR, where he performed on the Henry Le Bœuf stage on numerous occasions.

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