Open Call 2019 results

We’re happy to announce artists for 2019 spring season to work on their projects in Rucka. It was not easy to select 12 out of 51 applications. 


Selected artists: 

Andrii Dostliev (Poland) 

Sarah Pannell (Australia) 

Marja – Leena Valkola (Finland) 

Fabienne Forel (France) 

Henadzi Arkhipau (Belarus) 

Linda Liebermann (UK) 

Sonia Lee (USA) 

MaryAnn Loo (Singapore) 

Birta Sveinsdottir (Island) 

Thom Van Hoeak (Netherland) 

Georgy Elaev (Russia) 

Kristine Mifsud (Canada) 


We want to thank you all for participation. And hope to see all selected artists in Rucka soon.

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