The British art critic Waldemar Januszczak rails against curators in today’s Letters Page of the Guardian
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What follows is a call to German cultural organizations in all artistic areas to engage in new forms of artistic collaboration with African partners.
Another reason Berlin is the progressive city is the Node Center for Curatorial Studies. The center currently offers those interested in curatorial issues the opportunity to extend their practice in an internationally oriented e-learning program, guided by international curators and art professionals.
The purpose of the Goethe-Institut’s residency programs is to provide a “space for new perspectives,” wherein artists and cultural workers have the opportunity to live and work in another country and another culture for an extended period of time.
The Embassy of the Czech Republic Manila is pleased to announce that applications for scholarships will be accepted to universities in the Czech Republic beginning next week (from 23 July 2023).
ach year, the Siemens Competition provides budding high school scientists with scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $100,000 for original research in team and individual categories. Entries are judged at the regional level over three consecutive weekends in November at six leading research universities.
YoungArts is accepting applications for its 2014 prize cycle, with support offered in ten artistic disciplines: cinematic arts, dance, design, jazz, music, photography, theater, visual arts, voice, and writing.
The works in The Future That Was exhibitions in New York and Manila are reflections upon the structures and ideas that produce, frame and promote art and design. Philippine artist Patricia Perez Eustaquio weaves an open-ended narrative that examines notions of innovation and novelty, timeliness and timelessness, particularly as they relate to the language of design and fashion. She is interested in how material, fabrication, and intention combine to form an object that then takes on a life of its own.
Ashley Bickerton (b. 1959, Barbados, West Indies) graduated from the California Institute of the Arts in 1982 and continued his education in the Independent Studies Program (ISP) at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. A seminal figure in the East Village scene of the 1980s, Bickerton has been associated with the “Neo-Geo” approach to art making.