Street TALK: Walls VS Walls
Open Call for Participation

TALK.France is inviting all young citizens of France, Germany and Albania to join us for our next project : Street TALK, which will take place throughout the year 2016-2017 in Paris, Tirana and Berlin. The project consists in 3 weeks of seminars and workshops in the 3 countries to conduct together artistic creation and exchange on topics of Freedom of Movement and Freedom of Expression.

This project is organized by TALK.France, ROSI France, Street Art Berlin, Association L.E.M.U.R, Shërbimi Kombëtar për Rininë (Youth National agency of Albania) and the European College of Kosovo, in cooperation with OFAJ/DFJW (Franco-German Youth Office)

The project is open to any young people (18 to 30 years old) from France, Germany and Albania. The application is also open to young citizens of the Republic of Kosovo. Applicants with a first experience in Street Art and other artistic field will be privilege in the selection of the participants.

The project will take place in Paris and Gennevilliers, France from 10th-16th September 2016; in Tirana, Albania from 10th-17th December 2016; and in Berlin, Germany in early 2017 (dates to be confirmed for the final phase of the program)

Please fill out the form below if you wish to attend the STREET TALK Walls VS Walls.
Please read the full call here.

  • Participants need to hold a valid passport for the whole duration of the program

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