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Open Call for Iranian and Irish Critical Writers
The Critical Writing Exchange Program (Iran – Ireland)
IMMA is delighted to announce an international residency exchange for critics / writers in the area of visual arts. The first part of the residency will be for two Ireland-based critics / writers to go to Kooshk Residency in Tehran, Iran from 2 to 24 November 2015. Reciprocally, IMMA shall support two Iranian critics / writers to undertake the IMMA Residency in Dublin, Ireland from 26 November to 12 December 2015.
The application is open to independent Irish and Iranian critics / writers who are interested in exchanging ideas.
The critics / writers will be provided with a living space. Neither Kooshk Residency nor IMMA will be in a position to cover the expenses for airfare, insurance, medical coverage for the duration of the programme, any visa fee which might be incurred and the living expenses such as travel and food. Where possible both institutions will support applications for third party funding.
Applicants should note that this programme has two parts and successful applicants will be required to have an engagement with the host side of the exchange.
Applicants will be evaluated by a committee chosen by Kooshk and IMMA, based on their communication skills and teamwork abilities, potentials, CV and portfolio qualifications, and will be informed by e-mail within 10 days after the deadline.
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