Category Archives: Open Calls


MIGRATION SEAS Class led by Salma Zulfiqar

‘’The Seas are vehicles for building understanding and peace between communities around the World. The Seas are a vehicle for transporting and connecting people and cultures. They allow people to experience and immerse themselves in different cultures so that we can learn from one another and learn to live with one another in peace,’’         Salma Zulfiqar

migration seas


British artist & Activist, Salma Zulfiqar, will hold an exploratory creative workshop on the relationship between Migration and the SEAS.

Participants will identify strands they would like to document through art and will be invited to create artwork in the form of paintings, films, videos or photography on the issue of  Migration and the Seas.

Participants will brainstorm and discuss current issues related to Migration and the SEAS.         What Migration means to all taking part and how this can be interpreted into different forms of creative communication and artwork through a creative storyboarding process. The creative sessions will also explore the impact art can have in raising awareness of an issue such as migration and also how art as a whole can help build prosperous & tolerant societies around the world.

LOCATION : Greek Island Kefalonia

VENUE : Greek Island Kefalonia  at the  Iakovateios Library ,town of Lixouri  &  Ionion Center for the Arts and Culture

DATES : May 12th –May 18th 2018

EVENT   May 16th, International Day of Living Together in Peace

ELIGIBILITY: Open to all, all disciplines with focus to Film, Photography, Painting


DEADLINES: April 25th 2018

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”CHANNELING LANGUAGE” Master class led by Iman Person

”CHANNELING LANGUAGE” Master class led by Iman Person

Channeling Language Kefalonia.


TIME    :  August 16th– 30th 2018

VENUE :  Ionion Center for the Arts &Culture, Greek Island Kefalonia

ELIGIBILITY :  Visual/sound artists, designers, photographers, herbalists, performers artists, linguists, digital artists, coders, sound artists, writers, and botanists.