COMPETITION _ Belgrade Design Week and Domus Academy in collaboration with Nemestic Studio, call young creatives from Serbia and the entire region to participate in the BDW 100% Future Serbia competition.
The context is opened to everybody involved in architecture, object design, graphic design, advertising, fashion, film, photography, applied arts to develop ideas and projects related to this year’s BDW’s topic “Innovation”.
The winner will be awarded with a full scholarship for 2013 summer course at the Domus Academy in Milan. The “BDW 100% Future Serbia” contest will take place until May 25th 2013. The winners will be chosen by a jury consisting of the DOMUS ACADEMY, in cooperation with BDW and Nemestic studio.
BDW's 100% FUTURE SERBIA segment is devoted to the promotion of young creatives exhibited for the first time and established authors who want to exhibit for the first time in shop windows all over the city center.
The main idea is to transfer classical museum exhibitions to the streets of the city and to present them to a wider general audience, not only to those who regularly visit galleries and exhibitions. The exhibition will show authors who present their works as livesize objects and models. Visitors and passers-by have a rare opportunity to see the exhibited works during an easy stroll from Kalemegdan to Slavia, while also discovering interesting new locations presenting fresh Serbian design jewels all over the town, following a printed special map which is widely distributed.
With the 100% FUTURE SERBIA project, Belgrade Design Week supports strongly the local design scene, while by positioning the artefacts in Belgrade's shop windows, we support Belgrade's retail and horeca in times of crisis, focusing for one week the attention of media, institutions and the general public to all segments of the creative industries.
Application for the first prize, DA scholarship, is reserved for candidates living in South East Europe who are on their final year of any sort of creative studies (Architecture, Design, Photograhy, Fashion, Applied Arts, Visual Arts...) and young professionals under 35 years old. Applying for second, third and fourth prize is open to wider audiences: its open for students of all years and all creative professionals under 35 years old, living in South East Europe.