→ Applicant represents not only the curatorial intent, but also the institutional/organisational partners who will be responsible for the technical development and implementation of the project, as well as the communication strategy. Advantage will be given to the projects that involve the collaboration of the curator/curators with a creative/advertising/digital agency.
→ Project should be based on the existing research and/or publications.
→ Project has an up-to-date format and theme; corresponds to global trends, requests of a certain target audience; encourages dialogue and discussion about the challenges of the past, present and future; and/or is associated with important and relevant phenomena not only of the Ukrainian culture, but also of the global agenda.
→ Project represents modern Ukrainian culture and/or works with an up-to-date and professional interpretation of cultural heritage. It is desirable to involve modern Ukrainian artists in the project.
→ Curator and the project's institutional partners have proven previous experience working with online projects.
→ Project concept corresponds to the strategy, principles and values of the Ukrainian Institute
and does not violate the current legislation of Ukraine.
Winning project must be implemented by 1 December 2020
Proposals are reviewed by the Ukrainian Institute. After determining the winning project, the Ukrainian Institute can finalise its concept together with the winner of the competition.
To ensure project financing, a service agreement is concluded with the winner of the competition. Payment for services will be made after they are rendered. The possibility of partial prepayment
is agreed individually with the winner in accordance with the needs of a specific project.