ÜBER LEBENSKUNST - Call for Future

The ÜBER LEBENSKUNST project, an initiative project of the Federal Cultural Foundation in cooperation with the House of World Cultures, is turning the city of Berlin into a showcase for initiatives that bring together culture and sustainability and experiment with new models for action. We are looking for artistic projects and social initiatives that turn the impossible into a reality.

Whether neighbourhood gardens, urban beekeepers, Wiki woods or climate pirates on Berlin's Spree River: Models that put new forms of ecologically sustainable living to the test can be found everywhere in the world.

With the Call for Future, we want to strengthen the dedication, spirit of innovation and expertise of local initiatives, bring these initiatives together and give them a broader public platform. To achieve this goal, we have put out a call for artistic and social initiatives to apply for project funding. We will provide both conceptual and financial support (up to a maximum of €20,000 per project) for selected projects through to the final ÜBER LEBENSKUNST Festival to be held in the summer of 2011. We expressly welcome artistic projects, social initiatives and ideas from elsewhere that are carried out jointly with local partners both in and for Berlin.

Application deadline: Mon 24 May 2010.

The environment you work in is one that inspires groundbreaking new ideas. Which is why we would like to ask you to pass the Call for Future along to your networks and contacts. We have had the Call for Future translated into 9 languages so that we can reach all of Berlin's larger communities – Arabic, English, French, Polish, Russian, Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian, Spanish, Turkish and Vietnamese. The application form is available for downloading from the ÜBER LEBENSKUNST website.

We are looking forward to receiving your utopian designs, project ideas and (im)possible suggestions.

What: ÜBER LEBENSKUNST - Call for Future
Where: Berlin, Germany
When: Summer 2011
Further Details:
-Visit the ÜBER LEBENSKUNST website
Deadline: Mon 24 May 2010