[artinfo] Future Architecture: call for members 2019

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Call for members 2019
Future Architecture
December 11, 2017-January 15, 2018


With the call for members, the Future 
Architecture platform opens its doors to museums, 
galleries, festival organisers, academic 
institutions and other operators with innovative 
approaches to architecture, and invites them to 
participate in the 2019 European Architecture 

Future Architecture, co-funded by the Creative 
Europe Programme of the European Union, is a 
leading exchange and networking platform that 
enables architecture museums, festivals, 
producers, publishers, institutions and 
multidisciplinary emerging professionals to 
easily connect and build joint projects. Becoming 
a part of the platform offers an opportunity to 
connect with the most outstanding organisations 
and practitioners in Europe. The selected 
applicant will be invited to become a full member 
of the Future Architecture platform and will 
receive a grant of 16,000 EUR to support their 
activity, which will contribute to the 
circulation and promotion of emerging talents in 
the field of architecture around Europe.

This call for members is open to organisations 
having a legal personality. It is intended for 
cultural organisations and institutions who 
operate in the area of architecture in Europe. 
When submitting their application, applicants 
must be in a position to demonstrate their 
existence as a legal person for at least 2 years 
of the date of deadline for submission.

To qualify as a member, applicants must meet the following criteria:
-must be established as companies, associations 
or organisations active in the CCSs
-their aim is to showcase and promote European 
creators and artists and their works
-must be key players in the field of architecture 
in their local environment and/or internationally
-must act as one of the main sources of 
information or producers of content related to 
architecture in their residing country and/or 
-have skills to create outstanding and well-visited events
-demonstrate innovative approach in presenting 
urban issues, architecture and design
-demonstrate a commitment to improving the 
understanding of cities, architecture, design and 
built environment in the community
-contribute to the Europe-wide communication of ideas, information and values
-stimulate creativity and create alternatives to 
the established models of operation
-have recent experience in working with emerging creatives

Evaluation criteria
A grant will be awarded to proposals that will 
follow the goals of the Future Architecture and 
will contribute to the overall outcomes of the 
platform. The applicant should include a minimum 
of five emerging creatives from the Future 
Architecture call for ideas and should guarantee 
minimum 20% of its own financial support in the 
overall budget of the activity.

The coordinating entity will assess the 
applications on these evaluation criteria, 
specifically and in this sequence:
-extent of relevance and quality of the activity
-number of emerging creatives from the Future Architecture call for ideas
-coproduction with other members of the Future Architecture platform
-extent of collaboration with the Future 
Architecture platform in the last 2 years
-extent to which there is a clear insight of the 
quality of the communication plan and audience 
-extent of possible unexpected benefits

Deadline: January 15, 2018 at 12am

More information: 
<mailto:info at futurearchitectureplatform.org>info at futurearchitectureplatform.org

The coordinating entity will decide on the 
recipient of the grant until January 15, 2018. 
Applicants will be informed of the decision on 
January 25, 2018. All applicants are kindly 
invited to the Matchmaking Conference in February 
at MAO, where the results will be announced and 
the new member presented.

Where to apply: 
Architecture website

Future Architecture are: Museum of Architecture 
and Design (MAO), Ljubljana, coordinating entity; 
members: National Museum of XXI Century Arts, 
Rome, Copenhagen Architecture Festival, Lisbon 
Architecture Triennale, dpr-barcelona, 
CANactions, Kiev, Fundació Mies van der Rohe, 
Barcelona, Dru”tvo arhitekata Istre - Società 
architetti dell'Istria DAI-SAI, Pula, Museum of 
Architecture in Wroc½aw, Belgrade International 
Architecture Week, House of Architecture, Graz, 
Tirana Architecture Week, Museum of Estonian 
Architecture,Tallinn, Forecast, Berlin, Calouste 
Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Design Biotop, 
Ljubljana, Bureau N, Berlin; Swiss Architecture 
Museum, Basel, Kosovo Architecture Festival, 
Royal Academy of Arts, London

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