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11 May 2016

Application still possible for the 2016 Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts

Imran Qureshi, Opening word of this new scripture, 2013, gouache and gold leaf on wasli paper

Artists from all over the world teaching in Salzburg
Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts 18/07–27/08/2016


Ahlam Shibli 18–30 July 2016 Imran Qureshi 18 July–6 August 2016 Marc Monzó 1–20 August 2016 Please send your application now

Gabriele Winter
+43 662 842113

Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts
Franziskanergasse 5a
5020 Salzburg

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One of the main characteristics of the Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts is that artists from all over the world are invited to direct the courses.
Imran Qureshi, based in Lahore (Pakistan), will introduce participants to the secrets of miniature painting. Palestinian photographer Ahlam Shibli will guide them through the process of photography, from finding the subject to the final presentation. And jewellery designer Marc Monzó from Barcelona will take the Big Bang theory as the starting-point for his course.
The Summer Academy welcomes your application to participate in one of these or 19 further courses.

Imran Qureshi
For the first time at the Summer Academy, Imran Qureshi, considered one of the most important contemporary Pakistan artists, will focus on the centuries-old traditional technique of miniature painting, from the Indian subcontinent. The course will evolve around preparation of materials, including brush-making, wasli-(paper)making and processing paints/pigments in a traditional way.
Fee: € 950.- (reduced: € 710.-)

Ahlam Shibli
Ahlam Shibli focuses, in a documentary aesthetic, on the contradictory implications of the notion of home. Her course concentrates on the conception and realisation of a complex work on each participant's chosen subject, with particular attention to the relationship between work and subject matter.
Fee: € 700.- (reduced: € 540.-)

Marc Monzó
The Big Bang as a starting-point for jewellery objects – this is the idea that jewellery artist Marc Monzó from Barcelona will follow up with his students. 'The current level of knowledge is that everything – including ourselves – is a fragment of the unity which exploded, and which had somehow always been there' (Marc Monzó).
Fee: € 950.- (reduced: € 710.-)

Further information on the entire programme

Regular application
All prospective participants must apply for acceptance. The teachers select participants on the basis of the submitted dossier. The fees range from € 450.- to € 1,200.-, depending on the duration of the course. Students are entitled to a reduced fee. Applications are still welcome, and will be processed in the order received, according to vacancies in the courses.
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