Founded in 1982 with the conviction that living transcultural artistic experiences contribute to the betterment of humankind, OBORO is an artists’ centre that promotes the development of art practices locally, nationally and internationally. OBORO’s sphere of activity encompasses visual and media arts, new technologies, new performing arts and emerging practices. OBORO’s more specific mandate is to support creation in various cultural practices; to encourage innovation, experimentation, the exchange of ideas and the sharing of knowledge; to set up exhibitions, residencies, publications, public talks, performances, workshops, network projects, and research, production and training activities. OBORO wishes to contribute to a culture of peace. Research and production projects in new technologies can include explorations in the fields of video, audio, multimedia, Internet, web, telecommunications and immersive environments. Consult our website at www.oboro.net/lab for a more detailed description of our resources and services. Before you send us a proposal, please consult our website carefully to fully understand the work and practices supported by us in the past. For projects with important technological requirements, please contact us to check the availability of our resources. OBORO pays artists’ fees in accordance with RAAV’s standards. For procedures on how to submit a proposal, please go to www.oboro.net/appel.