Estación Mapocho Cultural Center carries out a visual arts call

The call geared to artists from all over the world. The receiving of the projects will be extended until August 1st. This year, the call will focus on proposals which deal with topics like current socio-cultural issues such as inequality and immigration.

In what is an annual tradition, Estación Mapocho Cultural Center, began this week the call process of visual arts and photography so that artists from all corners of Chile and abroad, exhibit their work in Santiago in 2019.

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The cultural entity, the first to emerge after the return of democracy, has two spaces specially prepared for this purpose: Bicentennial Gallery and Lily Garafulic Hall.

Its Director of Culture, María Gracia Valdés, comments on the profile of the applicants. “Our call is open to all artists, there is no age limit. However, until now, our applicants have been rather young emerging artists. We welcome them with the same dignity and importance, that if we did it with postulants or renowned artists “.

In this way, creations have been selected that cover different techniques and styles, such as video, photography, serigraphy, sculpture, drawing, painting, engraving, installations, sound art, among many others.

This year, although the creation is open and free, special attention will be paid to projects whose central theme is socio-cultural issues such as inequality and immigration.


“We know perfectly our audience; we are also in a district where there are people who have come to live in Chile, especially from our neighboring countries. So that’s why we wanted to mark these two axes “adds María Gracia Valdés.

Works will be received until 12:00 o’clock of August 1st, 2018 in the following e-mail1: Conditions of the call are available in



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