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11 January 2022

International support fall 2021

OCA has recently finalised the jury meeting for International Support round C with the temporary additional category created to support artists in the Covid-19 situation. Read the full list of supported international projects here

Among the granted projects is the artist group INFOPSIN, consisting of Ignas Krunglevičius, Ragnhild Aamås, Ayatgali Tuleubek, Istvan Virag and Lesia Vasychenko, for their participation with the collective performance ECHOPRAXIA that took place at the art space Swallow in Vilnius, Lithuania 28 – 26 November 2021.
Photo: Evgenia Levin.


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Now Hiring – Head of Programme

This is a new position within the organisation and the successful candidate will play a pivotal role in leading OCA’s public programme, maintaining the organisation’s position as a prominent contemporary arts institution and identifying new opportunities for development.


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