Artists to Transform the Library Walls at Berklee’s Campus in Valencia into Art Piece
The library walls will become an art piece. Photo by Tato Baeza.
Berklee College of Music’s campus in Valencia, Spain, along with the faculty of fine arts at the University Polytechnic of Valencia, is hosting a mural art contest to decorate one of the big walls in the library. This contest is part of the activities that will take place during 2017 to commemorate the campus’s fifth anniversary.
The call for applicants is open to all artists over the age of 18 (individually or in groups) who are interested in designing and developing an original project that references the mission and values of Berklee’s campus in Valencia, its location in the city, and the function of a library space that also works as a multipurpose area.
The contest is open to all painting styles and techniques, and submissions will be accepted online from March 13 until April 7. The winning proposal will be awarded 600€ (net), and Berklee will also cover up to 100€ in material expenses. The winner will be announced and personally contacted on April 26.
If you wish to participate, please visit the Library Mural Painting Contest page in English or in Spanish for more details.