KRACH///rent-free spaces for creative industries in Chemnitz
Deadline: 31 Jan, 2018
Disciplines: Activism, Architecture, Art Education, Ceramics, Collaboration, Community, Crafts & Trades, Design, Engineering, Experimental, Fine art, Gastronomy, Media Arts, Moving Image, Other, Photography, Poetry, Printmaking, Science, Social Practice, Sound, Technology, Textile, Theater, Urbanism, Visual Arts.
Location: Chemnitz, Germany, Germany
Deadline: 31 Jan, 2018
Duration: rent-free spaces up to 3 years
Eligibility: project outline/description of project plan, financial plan, CV and personal informations
Support: rent-free spaces, 2500 Euro start up budget to support your business ideas, constant advice from experts and networks, straightforward application process, a city waiting for your ideas
Costs: ancillary costs of the space
Noise (German: Krach) is everywhere. Noise is loud, noise is quiet. Noise is annoying. Noise is soothing and noise is stimulating. The noise of our everyday lives: after all, there is no mute button for life. Wherever there is noise, there is creation, there is activity, there is culture and people come together. The noise never stops in Chemnitz, peace and quiet also dominate.
Moreover, distances are short, the arts and culture scene is constantly moving and has an impressive network. There is just as much living space as there is free space, so enough playground for creativity. That is why the programme KRACH is located in the centre of city life – the creative space of Chemnitz (Kreativraum Chemnitz).
This space is open for all those who are daring and determined and who don’t need a well-feathered nest to put their ideas into and wish to emphasise their work. It is open to all those who wish to contribute to a louder, more cosmopolitan and more pioneering Chemnitz. To sum up, we are looking for people who do not only want to live in urban space but also wish to actively contribute.
More Info: http://krach-chemnitz.eu/en/
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