The exhibition brings together the different perspectives and approaches of artists, product and fashion designers, as well as professionals in the catering field, on the concepts of service and serving.
Larys Frogier, Director of the Rockbund Art Museum (RAM), Chair of the HUGO BOSS ASIA ART Jury, and Jerome Bachasson, Executive Director, HUGO BOSS Greater China, announced today that Li Ming has been awarded the HUGO BOSS ASIA ART Award for Emerging Asian Artists 2017. Li Ming (b. 1986, in Yuanjiang, China; lives and works in Hangzhou, China) was selected out of a shortlist of four artists, including Tao Hui (China), Yu Ji (China) and Robert Zhao Renhui (Singapore). The works of all four finalist are displayed at RAM from October 27, 2017 to February 11, 2018.
The Gogova Foundation is proud to announce an open call for participation in its third artists residency. The applications received will be reviewed by an Expert Committee, who will announce the recipient in January 2018. The selected artist will spend from one to two months in the residency and will present a solo project in Karachaevo-Cherkessia in March 2018.
Set in the magnificent landscape of the San Bernardino Mountains and in close proximity to Los Angeles’ international art scene, the MFA program at UC Riverside offers an intensive environment of advanced art research and practice for highly motivated students. Our program combines a theoretically driven curriculum that prioritizes studio production. The intimate scale of the program boasts an unusual student-to-faculty ratio of 12 to 8 that allows for deeply engaging interactions with the internationally exhibiting faculty members. The curriculum is driven by an explorative and open approach to both traditional and interdisciplinary media where students are encouraged to experiment and pursue their aesthetic ideas in media that most benefits their practice.
Emily Carr University of Art + Design invites applications to join the graduate study and research communities for the fall 2018 school year.
Emily Carr is a global leader in dedicated research for studio-based art, design, and media. Our graduate degree programs merge research, critical theory and contemporary studio practice in an interdisciplinary environment. We are committed to creating dynamic opportunities for graduate students through collaborative partnerships, industry alliances and practice-based research opportunities. We invite you to examine and explore as artists, designers and media-makers and to engage and lead the cultural and creative fields.
The Glucksman is pleased to announce a new programme of curatorial residencies that will take place from 2018–2022 in Cork, Ireland. The residencies are named in honour of the cultural historian, curator and writer, Dr. Nicholas Fox Weber, who is the Executive Director of the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation and an honorary graduate of University College Cork.
The University of the Arts in Philadelphia sets in motion a new Master of Fine Arts (MFA) program in Dance that extends the context of learning from the studio, theater and classroom to the international festival environment as a space for learning. Each summer the program departs from the traditional semester format by focusing instead on international residencies, workshops, and symposia that foster critical conversations about the meanings, purposes, and potentialities of dance and performance. The 2018 Summer Term will take place in two locations—France: Paris and Montpellier.
In October 2017, T.A.F. announced its collaboration with the cultural institution Carpe Diem Art and Research (CDAP) in the framework of the exhibition ‘Carpe Diem Editions: The Story so Far’ curated by Eva Zbogo. The show opened on the 25th of October 2017. The collaboration took place under the thematic umbrella #building_bridges featured in this year’s TAF exhibition program, aiming at building stable partnerships with cultural organisations and institutions in and outside Greece.
The Faena Prize is a building block of our ethos, and an
example of our lasting commitment to multidisciplinary cultural
production as the core and heart of the Faena District. We aim to
identify and support the newest, boldest and most cutting-edge artists
from around the world.
–Alan Faena, Founder and President of Faena Group.