Throughout February, applications will be open for participation in Re:Earth, a project that will give six young creatives the opportunity to stay for fifteen days, from 15 to 30 April, at Cittadellarte at the Pistoletto Foundation in Biella, during which they will be able to interface with professionals and experts in the music sector and participate in conferences and workshops.
The final objective of this “artistic residence” is to give life to an artistic performance following this year’s theme: the relationship between man and nature and the consequences of this relationship from the point of view of climate change. In practice, the six participants will have the opportunity to use all the spaces, equipment and the help of the tutors to stage a musical performance, in which the sounds of nature are transformed and explored through music, within an installation context, also designed by the participants during the 15 days of Re:Earth.
The goal of Re:Earth is to create a place where a high-quality training course is offered during which all together, participants and professionals from the musical and artistic world, will try to give voice to the Earth and to the climate changes taking place.
You can apply by February 29th by accessing the Re:Earth website.