Applications are open for the In &Out Art Program in Jordan. IN/OUT Jordan Public Art is based on the conviction that the creative community builds bridges and demolishes walls and borders. Further, IN/OUT is an open call that takes place in public places in Jordan. Also, will be available for public interaction day and night during the exhibition period. Further, The artworks will be conceived under the binomial concept of IN/OUT.
Moreover, Forms of participation are divided as follows:
a) Model 1, Permanent Public Art: which includes Sculpture, installation, localized works, art intervention or any type of artworks
b) Model 2, Temporary Public Art: which does not have permanent personality due to its ephemeral nature and it includes art intervention, performance art, community arts, installation, photography, sound art or any other art disciplines.
- Each selected project from model 2 (Temporary Public Art) will receive the sum of up to 700$ USD for its development, production, and implementation.
- Further, Each selected artist and group representative will receive pocket money of 300$ USD.
- The National Gallery will cover the travel and accommodation fees for artists and groups’ representatives coming from abroad.
- In Model 1 (Permanent Public Art), the National Gallery will cover the required fees for material costs and work installation.
- In Model 2 (Temporary Public Art), also, the amount granted (of up to 700$ USD) must cover all costs related to the production and implementation of the project, the National Gallery will provide the required materials and equipment upon request.
- Submit one project only, on condition that the project is original, unpublished and has not participated in other exhibitions or events.
- design owner should take into consideration the possibility of implementing and exhibiting the work in a public place within Jabal Al-Weibdeh and Al Abdali in Amman, Jordan.
- The project owner should take into consideration the spatial characteristics and the movement of the public as well as bearing in mind heritage conservation and the specificity of the city in which the project will be exhibited.
- Factory/the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts is not responsible for:
1) Any loss, theft, damage or any other type of deterioration due to causes beyond their control.
2) Equipment and additional tools provided by the artist.
3) The safety of the artists or their collaborators.
4) Further, The artist will be responsible for the electronic equipment (leased or private), and all additional tools provided by the participant and should provide Special protection measures.