Deadline extended: 19th of April.

The initiators of the project Art & Well-being invite artists from Europe to propose artworks – installations, performances, interventions in the public space, and others – that explore aspects and themes related to health and well-being. The call is open for proposals under two categories: (1) development and production of artworks to be exhibited and presented within Art & Well-being exhibitions in Brussels, Cluj and Maribor during fall 2020 and spring 2021 and (2) projects to be developed during 1-2 week long artistic residencies hosted by one of the three artistic partners in Brussels, Cluj and Maribor.

The call guidelines and application form are available online at The deadline for submissions is April 8, 2020.

An international expert jury will select up to 5 individual installations/artworks and 3 projects for artistic residences. Financial support tailored based on the specificity, duration and complexity of selected projects is offered towards production costs, artist fees, and travel and accommodation (in the case of artistic residencies only).

About Art & Well-being project

Art & Well-being project is co-funded by Creative Europe Programme the European Union. The project is implemented by the Cluj Cultural Centre, (Romania, lead partner), BOZAR – Center for Fine Arts Brussels (Belgium), UGM | Maribor Art Gallery (Slovenia) and Bruno Kessler Foundation (Italy).

Art & Well-being explores the impact of art and cultural participation on physical, emotional and mental health, supports new artistic approaches, and develops collaborative platforms between actors from different disciplines to enhance individual and community well-being. Project activities take place between October 2019 and June 2021 and include artistic productions that explore the theme of health and well-being; creation of experimental spaces for relaxation and well-being in public spaces and institutions; cultural prescriptions pilot actions; an international forum and a series of workshops exploring the relationship between art and well-being. For more details please visit: