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Saturday Soup: Chisinau. A delicious and experimental approach to alternative arts funding.
date: Saturday, March 27th, location: FLAT SPACE / str. Bucuresti 68/1, Chisinau
Saturday Soup: Chisinau is a community meal featuring dishes prepared by guest chefs Vladimir US and Roman PETRUNIAK (USA). Cost of the meal is 10 lei per person. All of the profit generated from the event will be given to support a creative project in the form of a Saturday Soup Grant. Each guest at the meal will be allowed one vote to decide the winner of the grant.
Saturday Soup: Chisinau is presented by Oberliht Association, in collaboration with the group InCUBATE from Chicago USA. The goal of this project is to generate a conversation about the situation of arts funding for creative projects in Moldova as well as to actually raise money for a micro-grant.
Who can apply for the grant?
Anyone from anywhere can apply for anything.
How do I apply for the grant?
Email a 1-page description of your project to: firstname.lastname@example.org
deadline: Friday March 26th, 2010
Sunday Soup: Chisinau will be preceded by a public presentation by Roman PETRUNIAK from InCUBATE Chicago entitled Creative Strategies Between Art & The Everyday.
Friday, March 26th, 6 pm, location: ARThotel, str. Gh. Asachi 53/1, lit. “A”, Chisinau
Roman Petruniak is an art historian, curator, critic and artist from Chicago, IL. Between 2007 and 2009, he was the curator of exhibitions at the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art (http://www.uima-chicago.org). In 2007 he founded InCUBATE (http://www.incubate-chicago.org), a curatorial collective, artist residency program and experimental research institute seeking to develop new ways of thinking about financial support for creative activities. Currently he is living in Kyiv on a Fulbright Scholarship to study the infrastructural support of socially progressive contemporary art in Ukraine.
The work of Petruniak often complicates the traditional definitions of art, arts administration, and everyday life. His research asks the questions: What new possibilities can arise when these boundaries are blurred? What new types of creative strategies may be developed in the space between art and the everyday?
In the presentation Roman will introduce his work with InCUBATE, as well as give some information about his current work as Fulbright scholar in Kyiv. He will especially describe a new program in Kiev called “Sunday Borsch” (http://borshch.newcitizen.org.ua), a bi-monthly community meal and alternative granting program designed as a DIY method of providing financial support to creative projects.