Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts 2012

Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts
16 July – 25 August 2012

Two courses in photography

The primary aim of Katharina Sieverding’s course is, on a macrosocial level, intensive discussion of the cultural, social and medial positioning of artistic image productions. On a microsocial level, the focus is on the process of finding the potential of each participant, encouraging individual methods of work and articulation, and providing theoretical and practical support for creative development. Assistants Frank Bartsch, Bodo Schlack (both Berlin University of the Arts) and Orson Sieverding (Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design) will provide the participants with experimental and conceptual support in the analogue and digital laboratories

Duration: 6 – 25 August 2012
Details: http://www.summeracademy.at/Courses-2012_230_kurs203.htm
The course with Jo Ractliffe, Not a thousand words: photography and narrative, explores photography’s spaces of slippage – between real and imaginary, fact and fiction, truth and lie. Much of the course will focus on the tension between photography’s documentary status and its fictive capacities, especially with regard to its evocative and associative potentials in narrative construction.
Participants will work as a group on a ‘cut-up’ storyboard project, as well as individually on their own projects, exploring a range of visual modes and forms, image/text relations and narrative strategies.

Duration: 16 July – 4 August 2012
Details: http://www.summeracademy.at/Courses-2012_230_kurs200.html
Costs: € 840.- (red. € 600.-)

Application
The high quality of the courses is guaranteed by the requirement that all prospective participants must apply for acceptance. On the basis of the submitted dossier, the teachers select participants, who will be notified by 31 May 2012. Closing date for applications for courses is 15 May 2012. If numbers allow, later applications may be considered.
Details: http://www.summeracademy.at/Application_136.html
Further information: http://www.summeracademy.at
office@summeracademy.at
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Sotheby’s Institute of Art – Summer Study 2012 in New York

Summer Study in New York includes 4-week, 2-week and 1-week courses in June and July that allow students to develop professional expertise, critical thinking skills, and enhanced knowledge of art and the international art market. The in-depth courses offer interesting and compelling insights into the art world and include lectures, guest speaker interviews, and site visits led by Sotheby’s Institute of Art faculty and leading practitioners in the field.
JUNE COURSES

Being a Curator in the 21st Century
Dates: June 4 – June 28
Time: 10:00am – 12:30pm Monday – Thursday
Course Fee $3,750

Discover which fundamental curatorial skills are now crucial to success, by examining today’s most influential curators, and seminal exhibitions, and analyzing how the ‘business’ of curating has evolved over the last two decades.

Fundamentals of Art Business
Dates: June 4 – June 28
Time: 10:00am – 12:30pm Monday – Thursday
Course Fee $3,750

Learn about specific tools for analyzing and creating business structures in the art world in this broad and engaging introduction to business principles as applied to the arts.

Impressionism to Now
Dates: June 4 – June 28
Time: 3:00pm – 5:30pm Monday – Thursday

Course Fee $3,750. In this intensive introduction to modern and contemporary art, students examine different movements, schools and the kinds of visual art-making practices that have proliferated since the late nineteenth century.

Contemporary Art in New York
Dates: June 4 – June 28
Time: 3:00pm – 5:30pm Monday – Thursday
Course Fee $3,750

This course provides an insider’s look at today’s vibrant contemporary art market in New York through gallery, museum, auction house, artist studio and collection visits.

The Art of Fashion
Dates: June 18 – June 29 (2 weeks)
Time: 3:00pm – 5:30pm Monday – Friday
Course Fee $1,650

While recent debates over ‘luxury’ have dominated the discussion of art and fashion, this course looks at the historical, geopolitical, and practical aspects of these inter-related fields.

Exploring Contemporary Art
Dates: June 25 – June 29 (1 week)
Time: 10:00am – 4:30pm Monday – Friday
Course Fee $1,350

Join this full day, one-week course for a guide to contemporary art, surveying the trends and movements that have shaped the period in one of the most dynamic art markets – New York.
JULY COURSES

Emerging Markets in the Global Art World
Dates: July 9 – August 2
Time: 10:00am – 12:30pm Monday – Thursday
Course Fee $3,750

Immerse yourself in contemporary art from emerging markets such as China, Korea, India, and the Middle East, and examine the dynamic developments in regions that lie beyond what was once neatly defined as ‘the West.’

Contemporary Art: Market Theory & Practice
Dates: July 9 – August 2
Time: 10:00am – 12:30pm Monday – Thursday
Course Fee $3,750

Analyze the business aspects of the market for contemporary art by examining the primary and secondary markets, theories regarding value attribution and fluctuation in performance, and innovative market practices.

How to Run a Gallery
Dates: July 9 – August 2
Time: 10:00am – 12:30pm Monday – Thursday
Course Fee $3,750

What does it take to start and run a successful gallery? In this course students gain an overview of the gallery business, from initial funding and forming an artist roster, to exhibition planning and marketing strategies.

Art Marketing & Communications
Dates: July 9 – August 2
Time: 3:00pm – 5:30pm Monday – Thursday
Course Fee $3,750

Examine the full range of marketing approaches visual arts businesses and organizations use to communicate about their activities, and build the reputation and credibility of their artists and their institutional brands.

Contemporary Art in New York
Dates: July 9 – August 2
Time: 3:00pm – 5:30pm Monday – Thursday
Course Fee $3,750

Discover what’s happening now in the art world through this inside look at today’s vibrant contemporary art scene in New York, focusing primarily on cutting-edge work.

Legal Adventures & Misadventures in the Art World
Dates: July 16 – July 27 (2 weeks)
Time: 3:00pm – 5:30pm Monday – Friday
Course Fee $1,650

Gain an overview of important legal issues and cases in art, by exploring subjects such as copyright, moral rights of artists, and freedom of speech.

Exploring Contemporary Art
Dates: July 23 – July 27 (1 week)
Time: 10:00am – 4:30pm Monday – Friday
Course Fee $1,350

Join this full day, one-week course for a guide to contemporary art, surveying the trends and movements that have shaped the period in one of the most dynamic art markets – New York.

Taller de creación con Gregor Schneider en el CA2M

TALLER DE CREACIÓN CON GREGOR SCHNEIDER EN EL CA2M

18 – 26 OCT.
INSCRIPCIONES HASTA EL 2 OCT.
DIRIGIDO A ESTUDIANTES DE BELLAS ARTES Y ARTISTAS EN ACTIVO

CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo
Av. Constitución 23
Móstoles, Madrid
ca2m@madrid.org
http://www.ca2m.org


El CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo de la Comunidad de Madrid organiza un taller con Gregor Schneider que se desarrollará del 18 al 26 de octubre de 2011. En esta ocasión, el taller transcurrirá al mismo tiempo y en paralelo al montaje de la exposición en el museo.  Los asistentes a dicho taller tendrán la oportunidad de presenciar y conocer el proceso creativo del artista, así como la instalación, planificación y montaje del proyecto en cuestión.

Este taller es una de las actividades paralelas a Punto muerto, la exposición del artista alemán Gregor Schneider en el CA2M, cuya inauguración está prevista el próximo 27 de octubre, y que supone la primera monográfica del artista en un museo español. Para la exposición el artista realizará un nuevo proyecto, Dead End,  en el que  tematizará la transformación de una casa tradicional de Móstoles en el moderno museo actual. El visitante se verá arrastrado a un gigantesco laberinto de tuberías a lo largo de todo el centro, sin haber entrado ni siquiera en él. Dead End ocupará casi la mitad del espacio expositivo del CA2M, incluyendo los accesos, y  descompondrá los espacios del centro para proponer al visitante una nueva experiencia. Además se expondrán más de 200 vídeos y fotografías de los proyectos realizados por el artista en distintos puntos del mundo durante los últimos 25 años.

Gregor Schneider (Rheydt, 1969) es posiblemente uno de los artistas alemanes más destacados de su generación. En 2001 obtuvo el León de Oro de la Bienal de Venecia por su obra Totes Haus u r exhibida en el Pabellón Alemán.

Él concibe su trabajo como esculturas tridimensionales en las que se puede pasear, alterando o escondiendo el espacio existente, siempre en relación con el edificio Haus u r, en Rheydt, en el que vive y trabaja desde 1985. Al margen de continuamente reelaborar los espacios de que dispone el edificio, moviendo paredes, suelos y techos, cambiando la situación de los espacios, simulando día y noche mediante iluminación, etc, ha reconstruido esos mismos espacios en salas de museos.

Este taller está dirigido a estudiantes de Bellas Artes y artistas en activo y la inscripción gratuita podrá solicitarse hasta el 2 de octubre. El formulario se puede descargar en http://www.ca2m.orgy enviar a actividades.ca2m@madrid.org .

Además, el 18 de octubre habrá un encuentro abierto al público a partir de las 19 H., donde Gregor Schneider hablará de su obra. Hasta completar aforo.

DIRECCIÓN
CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo
Av. Constitución, 23
Móstoles, Madrid
ca2m@madrid.org

HORARIO
Martes a domingo 11:00 a 21:00 horas

INDICACIONES DE ACCESO
Metro: L12 Pradillo
Cercanías: C5 Móstoles (23′ desde Embajadores)
http://www.ca2m.org

Carolina Touceda – curso de Técnicas Aéreas Circenses en el Centro Acrobático Fedriani

Estimados amigos:
A partir del 6 de septiembre comienza el curso de Técnicas Aéreas Circenses en el Centro Acrobático Fedriani que imparte Carolina Touceda.

En las clases nos iniciaremos en Telas, Red, Trapecio y Aro aéreo todos los MARTES y JUEVES a las 19 hs.

Las mensualidades serán de 70 euros 1 vez x semana y de 90€, 2 veces x semana.

Interesados comunicarse al 625 907 664 o escribir con vuestros datos de contacto y día de preferencia a: simulacroperformances@yahoo.es

El taller propone al alumno una correcta preparación física, corrección de postura, adquisición de elasticidad, fuerza y equilibrio mediante posturas de yoga, figuras acrobáticas en la red y las telas y el desarrollo de la creatividad escénica. No es necesaria experiencia previa.

Objetivos:
mejora del estado físico
línea y equilibrio
elasticidad y fuerza
desarrollo de la creatividad escénica

Contenidos:
Técnicas de ascensos y descensos. Agarres y presas.
Figuras básicas: arrojes y nudos.
Bases acrobáticas aplicadas en la red, el aro, el trapecio y las telas aéreas.
Enlaces y rutinas cortas.

Imparte: Carolina Touceda (acróbata aérea, monitora de yoga, teatro-danza y directora de la cía. Aúpa Teatro http://www.aupateatro.com)
Teléfonos: 625 907 664 / 91 110 15 46

http://www.colectivosimulacro.com
http://www.aupateatro.com