Deadline - 7 January 2024

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Collected personal data are stored by the Commission under the Commission Decision (EU, Euratom) 2017/46 of 10 January 2017 on the security of communication and information systems in the Commission.   The Commission’s contractors are bound by a specific contractual clause for any processing operations of your data on behalf of the Commission, and must guarantee the data protection and confidentiality level required by Regulation (EU) 2018/1725.

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1. Provide a brief background about yourself: This should include: country of origin, places you have lived, schools attended and programmes studied (maximum 500 words)

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2. Describe your artistic journey so far; including major works, achievements, exhibitions, and festivals you have participated in (maximum 500 words)

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3. Describe how your art contributes to the values promoted by the European Union such as: respect for human rights and dignity, equality, rule of law, cultural integration, freedom of expression and movement, and democracy. (maximum 500 words)

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4.Provide information on if you have previously worked with artists from other countries on a joint artistic project and promoted artists’ integration among countries and cultures. Describe what you have done in this respect. (maximum 500 words)

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5. Please tell us why you would like to take part in the Fusion Artist Residency and Expo 2024 in Ghana. What value addition do you bring to this event where Ghanaian, Togolese, Béninoise and European artists will work together in the spirit of cross-cultural integration?

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6. Click on the photo below to upload your passport bio data page:

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7. Upload five (5) work pieces in a zipped file. These could be songs, paintings, photos, street art works, and fashion items (for costumes, top and bottom parts count as 1) (Click to watch how to zip your files)
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By submitting this form, you consent to the collection and processing of the information provided herein. The European Union in Ghana will use this data solely for the purpose of processing your registration.