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The Nephele Grant is open to all creative professionals of all disciplines, of all ages and nationalities, who have at least 10 years' experience in their respective fields. Nephele (pronounced "NEF-eh-lee") is a Greek nymph's name meaning "cloud."  Two grants of €1000 each will be awarded to compelling and engaging proposals, which critically address the subjective visual intake of the applicants.


In "advanced" technological societies, we are all being loaded on average with 34 GB of information daily. Ninety per cent of that is transmitted visually, straining our brain and preventing it from reaching a deep-thinking cognitive revelation state. Those who wish to explore, experiment and propose new methods and habits that challenge and/or holistically test the depths of their "clouded" vision may send to TTS, a two-page CV  (formal education/Selected ten-year experience record), and a thousand words essay in Greek or in English on what makes you eligible for the grant and how you are planning to use it to enrich your life by practicing an effective visual diet, either by lightening the load or otherwise.

The Nephele Grant will not support creative projects towards the professional development of the applicants.


Deadline: Extended to Monday, April 20th, 2020 | (Original deadline) Friday, April 10th, 2020


Application form can be downloaded here:  

Please email us a single pdf file titled as follows:



Nephele Grant selection committee:


The two grantees will be announced on THE ΤΕΛΟΣ SOCIETY website on June 1st, 2020

*The Nephele Grant was made possible by a TTS Patron whose anonymity will be maintained. TTS is grateful for the support and endorsement received towards its vision. 

Purple Glow

The Revenge of the Real


Purple Glow

The EGS has been invited to join the Strelka Institute (Moscow) for an online colloquium entitled “The Revenge of the Real.” The colloquium is organized in the context of Strelka’s “Terraforming Program,” but with specific reference to the ongoing pandemic. Several EGS faculty will make brief contributions, and all members of the EGS community are invited to submit abstracts for a subsequent publication hosted by Strelka Mag (see the invitation to submission here: The Revenge of the Real: Open Call).

The colloquium on April 23 and 24 will be open to the EGS community via online presentation. Watch this site for news regarding the program and the protocol for access.

The EGS is pleased to participate in this timely discussion and will take this opportunity to initiate its 2020 online program. Our online platform and planning is in rapid development and will be announced shortly in full detail.

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