This year I am again curating the marine environment art project in Keelung, Taiwan. The deadline for application to the National Museum of Marine Science & Technology International Environmental Art Project is February 15, 2016! Artists from all over the world are invited to send a proposal for a site-specific outdoor sculpture that will be about the future of our oceans. Artworks can be made with recycled and natural materials and you can look at the Museum’s website to see more about what to send me for your application by Feb. 15. The selected artists will come to Taiwan from May 12 to June 6, 2016 and create their works in Keelung, Taiwan. Selected artists receive a stipend of NT30,000 (about US$2000), round trip airfare, accommodations, food, and volunteer help. For more information see the website at http://artproject2016.nmmst.gov.tw
and email me with any questions.

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outdoor installation by Taiwanese artist Chris Lee at the 2015 NMMST International Environmental Art Project in Keelung, Taiwan

outdoor installation by Taiwanese artist Chris Lee at the 2015 NMMST International Environmental Art Project in Keelung, Taiwan

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You can see the artworks and read more about the 6 artworks created last year in Keelung if you scroll down the page and click on each of the red flags on the map of the area around the NMMST in Keelung, Taiwan.

Thank you, Jane Ingram Allen, Curator Email: nmmstartproject@gmail.com

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