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EMBracing the Ocean application form 2023

Personal information
Application materials

Please upload one PDF (named: surname_applicationmaterials) that includes:

  • Summary of proposal (max. 150 words);
  • Description of the proposed work, including topic(s) of interest, co-creation approach, and scientists the applicant will collaborate with (include name, affiliation, and link to webpage) (max. 500 words);
  • Initial ideas for communication, public engagement and impact, including preliminary communication and public engagement plan, plan to achieve impact (including longevity of impact), target group(s) of citizens and how they will be reached, links to cultural organisations (max. 150 words);
  • a description of applicant’s creative practice to date, including societal reach, impact, hyperlinks to relevant work (max. 150 words);
  • previous collaboration with scientists, or motivation for collaborating with scientists; and previous engagement with sustainability topics, or motivation for engaging with sustainability topics (max. 150 words);
  • provisional monthly timeline including types of activities expected to be carried out;
  • provisional budget including e.g. artist fees, materials, expenses, travel, promotional materials, campaigns;
  • a letter of agreement from scientific collaborator(s) that they will engage in the project; and
  • a curriculum vitae.
One file only.
4 MB limit.
Allowed types: pdf, rar, zip.
You are welcome to upload examples of your previous work. Please name your file upload with: surname_portfolio
One file only.
6 MB limit.
Allowed types: pdf, rar, zip, mov, mp4, wav, mp3.
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