21st Edition of International Garden Festival: Call for Proposals

The Worldwide Backyard Competition has issued a name for proposals for its 21st version, to be held on the Jardins de Métis / Reford Gardens within the Gaspésie area of Québec, Canada. Chosen designers will create the brand new short-term gardens that shall be offered from June 19, 2020.

For its 21st version, the Competition has chosen Métissages as its theme. Persevering with the exploration of recent concepts and new realms, the Competition is looking for to attach designers from varied fields to favor a crossbreeding of practices and professions.

Métissages has traditionally had unfavorable connotations. Within the Canadian context, Métis had been typically appeared down upon as an inappropriate crossing of laborious borders of race and faith. Within the inter-racial and inter-disciplinary tradition of the 21st century, métissages can create distinctive types of magnificence. The interaction of practitioners and practices can confront variations and foster creativity. The bodily and cultural cross-breeding enlivens and encourages the emergence of recent practices and tasks.

Cross-breeding within the context of up to date gardens will be of practices (panorama structure, backyard design, structure, visible arts, industrial design, delicacies and different fields of artistic expression), vegetation (native or unique) and supplies (pure and manufactured). This mixture of approaches enriches and excites, creating new alternatives for exploration.

This name for proposals is open to all panorama architects, architects, artists and multidisciplinary groups from Canada and overseas. The Competition encourages members to kind multidisciplinary groups. Candidates are restricted to 1 proposal, both as people or as a staff. Contributors will be from a single metropolis or nation or cross worldwide boundaries.

The deadline for submissions is November 25, 2019.

Photograph: Jean-Christophe Lemay

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