STARTS stands for Science, Technology, and Arts. The European Commission’s initiative aims to promote innovative cooperation between science, technology, and the arts and to bring it to the wider public’s attention in the form of the STARTS Prize. This year, the “STARTS PRIZE '20—Grand Prize Artistic Exploration” goes to the Canadian architect and installation artist Andrea Ling, and the "STARTS Prize '20 Grand Prize—Innovative Collaboration” is being awarded to the Russian artist Olga Kisseleva. Both artists can look forward to a STARTS trophy and 20,000 euros each. In the autumn BOZAR LAB brings together the winners and other works from the STARTS network in the exhibition STARTS Prize '20: Speculating on the Future through Art and Science.
printed on 06-03-2021
Be the first Belgian nominee for the STARTS Prize 2021
The prestigious STARTS Prize has just announced its 2021 call for proposals. Initially set for 3 March, the deadline for submissions has been extended to 15 March. The winning entries will be exhibited at BOZAR in the autumn.read more
Proximus extends its partnership with BOZAR
Proximus extends its partnership with BOZAR for another three years. Through this crucial support in a difficult period for BOZAR, Proximus underlines the societal importance of culture in uniting people and fostering well-being and social inclusion.read more
Still Standing for Culture
Because culture is an ‘essential’ activity. Because culture is a necessity for the emancipation of each individual and citizen. Because culture brings people together in a period when division is rife. Because culture builds social relations. Because culture is a field that provides employment for tens of thousands. Because culture is more than just museums. Because we need each other.read more