Laura Huertas Millán joins 7th Forecast Platform mentorship team; call for projects now open

    Each year, creative minds working in various disciplines are invited to submit project proposals via Berlin’s interdisciplinary-focused Forecast Platform open call. Now, Forecast Platformhas announced its six mentors for its seventh edition—investigative journalist Alia Ibrahim (LB), artist Ana Prvački (RS/RO), stand‐up comedian Daliso Chaponda (MW), choreographer Florentina Holzinger (AT), nonfiction filmmaker Laura Huertas Millán (FR/CO), and vocalist Rully Shabara (ID).

    In the current climate of uncertainty and social distancing, Forecast seeks to define audacious paths forward for practices that thrive and rely on corporeal, unmediated situations, bringing aboard mentors to engage with practices defined by immediate encounters, either with the work’s subject matter or audience. The mentorship offers artists and creative thinkers the chance to bring their projects to fruition, transcending neatly defined disciplines and genres to provide insight into creative production processes.

    For 2022, the six Forecast Platform mentorship fields are:

    Submit your project proposal before 27 February 2022 – HERE

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