Endospores. Art survival programme.
Students of all Master’s programmes are invited to sign up for the new international studio. The series of lecture- and workshop-based modules aims to engage AFAD Katowice students into a critical analysis of contemporary art.
▶ Endospores. Art survival programme: lectures, workshop sessions, practical field tasks and an education trip to Sokołowsko
▶ For students of all Master’s programmes at AFAD Katowice
▶ 2023/ 2024 winter semester
Enrolment: 12-16 June 2023 (via USOS)
/numer of places limited, first-come first-served/
▶ invited artists | curators | academics:
Nabil Ahmed, Natasa Petresin Bachelez, Laura Raicovich, Binna Choi, David Crowley, Alistair Hudson, Jonas Staal, Jakub Depczyński, Karolina Gembara, Rafał Milach, Bogna Stefańska, Kuba Szreder, Tomasz Fudala
▶ curator: Sebastian Cichocki (Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw)
▶ coordination: prof. dr hab. Grzegorz Hańderek and dr Małgorzata Szandała
▶ partner institution: Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw
The aim of the project is to support creativity, active participation and emancipation by building and implementing an inspiring educational program based on the partnership and involvement of local communities, and art and design institutions. The project has a direct impact on improving the quality of education, developing inclusive education, promoting sustainable development, disseminating innovative teaching methods, strengthening the potential, visibility and international presence of the partner organisations.
The “Art beyond art. Post-artistic practices in the 20th and 21st centuries” project benefits from funding of EUR 79,860.00 received from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway under the EEA Funds. The aim of the project is to support creativity, active participation and emancipation by building and implementing an inspiring educational program based on the partnership and involvement of local communities, and art and design institutions.
The “Art beyond art. Post-artistic practices in the 20th and 21st centuries" project is co-financed by the Upper Silesian-Zagłębie Metropolis under the "Metropolitan Science Support Fund in 2022-2024" Program.