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Wednesday 26.04.2017

Apply now for the 2017 Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts


Salzburg International Summer Academy 2014, photo: Pia Streicher

Call for application
Courses in writing, blogging and curating
Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts
17/07–26/08/2017

http://www.summeracademy.at

Info

Application deadline 2 May 2017 (later applications possible according to vacancies)

Contact

office@summeracademy.at
Gabriele Winter
+43 662 842113

Address

http://www.summeracademy.at
Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts
Michael-Pacher-Straße 27
5020 Salzburg
Austria

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The Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts is open to all; it has no curriculum, and is nonacademic. All those who teach or study here are fired by enthusiasm, so that our programme is hallmarked by intensity and diversity. All aspects of contemporary artistic production are explored – from the point of view of artists, curators and critics. The internationally renowned teachers are all active and successful in the global field of art, the teaching is both practical and theoretical.

Two of the 18 courses are about writing and blogging on contemporary art, two of them about curating: Kimberly Bradley focuses on the pleasures and problems of writing about art. How to overcome fear of an empty sheet of paper; Sabrina Möller and Sabine B. Vogel, experienced critics, curators, and bloggers from the word go, offer a course in blogging; Diana Campbell Betancourt, chief curator of the Dhaka Art Summit in Bangladesh, examines the challenges of curating in a global context; The course of Ruth Noack, well-known curator (documenta 12), art critic and lecturer, will address the potential of form to resist.


Kimberly Bradley

Images into words: writing about art
14.08.2017 – 23.08.2017

Sabrina Möller / Sabine B. Vogel
Art in the blog
31.07.2017 – 05.08.2017

Diana Campbell Betancourt
Institution-building as curatorial practice
07.08.2017 – 12.08.2017

Ruth Noack
Thinking with works of art
17.07.2017 – 29.07.2017


Teachers in 2017

Michael Beutler, Kimberly Bradley, Diana Campbell Betancourt, Tony Chakar, Distruktur – Melissa Dullius/Gustavo Jahn, Melissa Gordon, Valérie Jouve, Aisha Khalid, Andreas Lolis, Bernhard Martin, Till Megerle, Sabrina Möller/Sabine B. Vogel, Marc Monzó, Ruth Noack, Paulina Olowska, Lukas Pusch, Tex Rubinowitz, Mark Van Yetter
Further information on the entire programme

How to apply
All prospective participants must apply for acceptance. On the basis of the submitted dossier, the teachers select participants. The fees are between € 450.- and € 1,200.-, depending on the duration of the course. Students are entitled to a reduced fee. All applications received by 2 May 2017 will be treated equally. Later applications are welcome, and will be processed in the order received, according to vacancies in the courses.
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