Oku-Noto Triennale 2020
Call for Proposals of Station by the Sea Residence and Exhibition Programme
Presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Organised by the Art Promotion Office
Supported by the Oku-Noto Triennale Executive Committee
Oku-Noto is the name given to the northern area of the Noto Peninsula on the northern coast of Japan. The Oku-Noto Triennale sets in the city of Suzu, which has inherited rich culture and distinctive history of the northern area of the Noto Peninsula, but has been left behind by the urbanisation of the 20th century. The Triennale has invited artists around the world to revitalise the forgotten Japan of profound significance for the current era and to develop future relationships that humans have with nature and civilisation by their works of art.
We are calling for proposals from Hong Kong based multi-disciplinary creative talent(s) for this artist-in-residence project. The selected artist/ art group will be granted a commissioning fee not more than HK$400,000, they can even stay in Suzu during the entire triennale period to explore the nature, history and culture, connect with the locals, gain inspiration for artwork creation and organise activities.
Don't miss your chance to create the foremost art at the furthest edge of Japan!
For the project details and application form, please click the following link to download. Information about Oku-Noto Art Triennale and the Station by the Sea project will be uploaded to the Facebook
soon. Stay tuned!
Residence and exhibition period: 5.9 – 25.10.2020
Call for proposals ended. The result will be announced soon.
Enquiries：2512 3019 / 2512 3018 / 2512 3020 (Exchange and Extension Unit)
The 8th Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale will be launched in 2021. Call for proposals of the next edition of Hong Kong House project will be announced in early 2020, stay tuned with us on our APO website and Facebook.