Announcements

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(1) Transart Summer Course Catalog, 2017. Photo: Michael Bowdidge, Taps Aff (Birds of a Feather), 2016. (2) Dagmar Bilon performing as part of the Tanja Ostojić’s ‘Misplaced Women?” workshop in London, December 2016. Photo: Aleksandar Utjesinovic. (3) Downtown. Nour El Refai. (4) Photo: Andrew Cooks. (5) Michael Bowdidge, Poor Things, The Agent, 2014.  (6) Sarah Bennett, Safe-keeping (Custodia), 2014. (7) Andrew Cooks, Spring-Autumn III, 2007.

 

Summer residency 2017: public events & summer course catalog

Transart InstituteJuly 24–August 11, 2017

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As the annual summer residency in Berlin draws near—July 24 to August 11—we have new public events to share with you all.

Public events
From Artist to Transartist: on Saturday evening July 29 artist and Transart faculty/advisor Jean Marie Casbarian will moderate From Artist to Transartist, assembling a group of artists, writers, curators to discuss how they create and sustain their professional lives. The event will include a Q&A session and reception. Guests to be announced in June. This event is by RSVP only.

Faculty pecha kucha presentations of current projects to include Jean Marie Casbarian, Laura Gonzalez, Angeliki Avgitidou and Jean-Ulrick Désert on July 23; Anna Gibbs, Elena Marchevska, Wolfgang Suetzl and An Paenhuysen on July 31; Ece Pazarbasi, Michael Bowdidge, Andrew Cooks and Danny Butt on August 7.

John Newling’s artist talk: we are pleased to announce that John Newling, a pioneer of public art with a social purpose and a regular visitor to the Berlin Residency, will be giving an artist’s talk—open to the public—on the evening of August 10 at Uferstudios.

2017 summer course catalog
To highlight the summer program we have produced an illustrated online summer catalogue which guides you through the Berlin schedule week by week with course descriptions, readings and faculty bios. It is available here: 2017 Summer Residency Catalog
Transart Institute’s MFA, PhD and Academy
Application deadline: the final application deadline is approaching. MFA and PhD applications are due June 1 and the Summer Academy applications are due July 1. Assistantship funding is still available. More information on Transart’s application process can he found here.

Transart’s low-residency MFA in Creative Practice aims to create a space for students of all disciplines to interact with a wide range of artists, scientists, theorists, media practitioners and visionaries. Whatever genres students choose to work in, the program is designed to: enrich students’ praxis; foster change; facilitate a connection between group and personal work; provide the means for contextualizing work in the wider world; and develop interaction strategies with audiences.

The only low-residency PhD for artists is offered for creative work only: your practice is your research. We foster and support research in: international diaspora, post-nationalism and post-colonialism; identity; exile; the role of art in peace and mediation; home; space(s) in between; temporary architecture; foreignness, otherness and the uncanny.

Advanced Artist Summer Academy guest artists and curators attend the summer academy to get a creative surge, revitalize their practice and community, gain fresh perspectives on their work, experiment in a protected, supportive environment and/or to strike out in new directions.

 

The Un-School for International Creative Praxes. Artist-run since 2004. Accredited by Plymouth University, UK
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Transart summer residency 2017: public events & summer course catalog