International Summer Academy Dresden
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22ND INTERNATIONAL DRESDEN SUMMER ACADEMY FOR VISUAL ARTS
The Summer Academy invites young international artists to Dresden.
We offer an inspiring, professional and entertaining encounter with numerous well-known artists, 11 courses and a fascinating supporting programme.
the scholarship includes:
• participation fee for one of the courses during the first week
• travel costs and accommodation for participants from Czech Republic and Poland because of a trans-regional support
PAINTING II (COURSE A): ABSTRACTION – A SPIRITED APPROACH TO FREE FORMS / Jessica Buhlmann, Berlin
DRAWING I (COURSE A): TRANSFORMING ILLUSTRATIVE DRAWINGS INTO AUTONOMOUS ARTWORKS / TOMAK, Wien
PHOTOGRAPHY II (COURSE A): THE INVENTED IMAGE / Stefan Krauth, Dresden
VIDEO: SETTINGS AND SITUATIONS IN MOVING IMAGES / Jos Diegel, Leipzig/ Offenbach/ Berlin
SCULPTURE/INSTALLATION (COURSE A): IDENTITY IN URBAN SPACE / Karen Packebusch, Berlin
More information about the courses open to the scholarship programme.
>individual courses from Monday to Friday 9.30 am – 5 pm
>finishing the individual project in the artistic workshops of riesa efau
>presentation with the academy’s scholarship holders
>presentation of selected art works in the participants’ exhibition, Motorenhalle
WHO CAN APPLY
Artists at the age of 20-35 years who work or study in the field of contemporary art or design and speak either English or German fluently.
HOW TO APPLY
Please send your portfolio + CV (PDF, max. 25 MB) and tell your first choice course and an alternative course to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking forward to your applications!
International Dresden Summer Academy for Visual Arts
Franka Haessner (director)
Tel.: +49 (0)351 – 86602-13
funding and partners: Freistaat Sachsen, Deutsch-Tschechischer Zukunftsfonds, Stiftung für deutsch-polnische Zusammenarbeit, Univerzite J. E. Purkyne v Ústí nad Labem, Akademia Sztuk Pięknych im. Eugeniusza Gepperta we Wrocławiu.
This activity is co-financed by tax money from the budget enacted by the members of the Saxonian Parliament.