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Thursday 01.03.2018

Call for applications : Hansjoerg Wyss Scholarship


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Call for applications : Hansjoerg Wyss Scholarship
Ecole cantonale d'art du Valais (ECAV)
http://www.ecav.ch/en/pages/grants-153

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Bachelor in Fine Arts deadline for applications: March 29, 2018 interviews: April 17-18, 2018 Master of Arts in Public Spheres deadline for applications: April 10, 2018 interviews: May 7-8, 2018

Contact

wyss@ecav.ch
Patricia Comby
+41 27 456 55 11

Address

http://www.ecav.ch/en/pages/grants-153
ECAV
Route de la Bonne-Eau 16
3960 Sierre
Switzerland

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The Ecole Cantonale d'Art du Valais (ECAV) welcomes applications for the Hansjoerg Wyss Scholarship.
The Scholarship is open to international artists who wish to complete a Bachelor in Fine Arts or a Master of Arts in Public Spheres at ECAV starting in the autumn 2018.
Since its foundation in 1949, ECAV has established a significant practice of international research, art production and pedagogy. Situated in the alpine, post-industrial city of Sierre, over the years, the communities,  landscape and cultural situation where the art school is situated has become one of its central  research angles based on a transdisciplinary approach, interventions in the public sphere, and a clear attention to the students’ research.

Since 2001, the Hansjoerg Wyss Scholarship is granted every year to 5 to 6 students from Africa, Asia or Latin America and allow them to undertake a Bachelor or a Master degree at the Ecole cantonale d'Art du Valais (ECAV).
The Hansjoerg Wyss Scholarship covers school fees, accommodation, and a contributory stipend.


Eligibility
For the BFA program: we welcome applications from artists up to 30 years of age. Proficiency in French (required level: B2A2).
For the MAPS program: we welcome applications from artists up to 30 years of age. Proficiency in English, written and oral. French level A2 is a plus.

Selections are based on the quality of the work, the potential of the research, as well as on financial need.

Application check-list

Bachelor in Fine arts candidates for the Hansjoerg Wyss Scholarship:

- Hansjoerg Wyss Scholarship form duly completed (to be downloaded in the International section: www.ecav.ch)
- Application form duly completed (to be downloaded in the BA admission section: www.ecav.ch)
- A motivation letter
- A letter of recommendation from a teacher of home institution
- A curriculum vitae
- A portfolio of artistic works
- Copies of the diplomas (high school degrees)
- A copy of the passport
- A certificate proving knowledge of the French language (level required: B2A2)
- 1 photo


Master of Arts in Public Spheres candidates for the Hansjoerg Wyss Scholarship:

- Hansjoerg Wyss Scholarship form duly completed (to be downloaded in the International section: www.ecav.ch)
- Master application form duly completed (to be downloaded in the MA admission section: www.ecav.ch)
- A motivation letter
- A statement of educational goals, including a project focusing to the art in public spheres, including relevant references
for the project
- 2 recommendation letters from artists, theoreticians or former teachers
- A curriculum vitae
- A portfolio documenting the works and research
- Copies of the diplomas (Bachelor degree and other relevant certificates)
- A copy of the passport
- 1 photo


All application documents have to be sent by email to the following address: wyss@ecav.ch
The admission selection committees of the BA and the MA, in agreement with representatives of the Hansjoerg Wyss Scholarship foundation, will examine the applications. Applicants will be shortlisted for interviews and eventually notified the results via e-mail.


Application schedule

Bachelor in Fine Arts:
deadline for applications: March 29, 2018. Interviews: April 17-18, 2018.

Master of Arts in Public Spheres:
deadline for applications: April 10, 2018; Interviews: May 7-8, 2018.

For more information on the grant:
Patricia Comby
wyss@ecav.ch
+41 27 456 55 11

Contact details for ECAV:
Ecole cantonale d'art du Valais
Rue Bonne Eau 16
3960 Sierre
Switzerland