The Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute invites students, graduates, individual artists and design studios to submit projects created for the “RARE Stories of Unique Places” Student Exhibition at the Prague Quadrennial 2023. The call for projects has been extended until 13 November 2022.
Preparations for the next edition of the prestigious Prague Quadrennial 2023 (PQ 2023), the world’s largest event dedicated to the design of spaces for the performing arts, are underway. The organisers of the PQ 2023 are handing over part of the exhibition space to young artists who are invited to submit their projects to be exhibited as part of the programme accompanying the Student Exhibition. In 2023, the theme of this programming section of the event is “RARE Stories of Unique Places”.
PQ 2023 Student Exhibition motto
The motto of the Polish Student Exhibition is “5:55 Moscow time”. Poland was affected by the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic just as any other country in the world, but the subsequent events of 24 February 2022 re-evaluated everything. Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine triggered an extraordinary wave of solidarity and aid for people fleeing the war-torn country. The brotherhood and sisterhood observed in Poland to this day has become an important part of our local history.
We invite students, graduates, individual artists, and design studios to participate in the Student Exhibition Design at the Prague Quadrennial 2023 open call. Entries can be submitted by 13 November 2022 via the application form. The competition results will be announced by 30 November 2022. The winners will receive a fee of PLN 30,000 and the opportunity to execute the winning project. For more information, please see the Terms and Conditions.