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International residency centre offering workspace, self-directed and thematic programmes in media and visual arts for artists, curators and other cultural producers. Facilities are available for ceramics, mixed media, computer arts, painting, paper, performance, photography, print, sculpture, film, video, textiles, audio visual practice. Visit website for current and forthcoming events and programmes and for details of application procedures and deadlines.
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Three day symposium bringing together leading international curators, critics and artists to ask: Is curating a profession? Does curating have a code of conduct? What does it mean to be a professional and when is it necessary to become unprofessional? Speakers will include Ute Meta Bauer, Paul Chaat Smith, Ann Demeester, Louise Déry, Geoffrey Farmer, Bruce Ferguson, Teresa Gleadowe, Matthew Higgs, Tom McDonough, Cuauhtémoc Medina, Philip Monk, Judy Radul, Monika Szewczyk, Pier Luigi Tazzi, Michael Turner, Andrea Viliani, Scott Watson, and Lori Waxmann. Read full listing…
This is a professional development opportunity that allows individuals and groups to structure their own time within the supportive and creative environment of the Banff Centre. The centre attracts artists and leaders from around the world resulting in the creation and performance of new works of art, sharing skills and knowledge in an interdisciplinary environment, exploring ideas and developing solutions in the arts and leadership. Participants will receive their own office-style studio with access to all Banff Centre facilities. A shared computer lab with 24 hour access is available. Read full listing…
MSTLAB is a two week interdisciplinary laboratory exploring the convergence of art, architecture, and landscape based research and practice. The residencey centres on a studio developed around the theme of critical landscape based on ideas of landscape, memory, tourism, colonialism and authenticity of experience. Participants will take part in two organized research trips exploring intensified landscape conditions. Read full listing…