As an art event, ARTJOG provides a space for a presentation of interdisciplinary art project. Thus, Special Project is a special space for art projects, a collaborative result of (an individual or a group of) artists with (an individual or a group of) practitioners of other fields, who would especially respond the theme of Arts in Common: common|space.
ARTJOG has been dedicating itself for 10 years to build a local network and create a worldwide connection of visual arts communities. Therefore, ARTJOG commits to present the finest artworks from the invited artists who would respond to the selected theme.
Young Artist Award
ARTJOG also opens wide opportunities for artists and public under 35 y.o. to participate in the exhibition program through an open call program, which later would be curated by the team. This open call program serves as a means to scout the potential of the best young artists and provide them with an opportunity to win the Young Artist Award. This program is designed as an appreciation for their effort in producing artworks and an attempt to explore the potency and the insight of those young artists, and to expand their network and career trajectory in the art world.
Contemporary art is no longer about a particular medium. Many artists use interdisciplinary and various mediums to present their works. Therefore, ARTJOG always provides a space, through a program called Daily Performance, for such variety of other art forms like music, performing arts and dance. Some artists and groups of artist have been curated to present their best presentations to the public every day during the event.
ARTJOG invites artist and creative worker to make and market their products to the wider public. Furthermore, public involvement in this creative process would be facilitated through various workshop agendas with selected artists. Therefore, anybody can celebrate ARTJOG.
Through this program, the curator team of ARTJOG would guide the audience throughout the exhibition room. The curator team would also explain the concept and the context of the works displayed there. This program is intended as a way to bring the works closer to their public, and also a means of public education.Meet The Artist
Meet The Artist facilitates the public to meet and to talk directly to the artists who involved in ARTJOG. This program encourages an exchange of knowledge and a dialogue between the artist and the public of art.