For the HfBK Dresden | Application Deadline 23.06.2021 All students, including those from partner academies, are invited to apply!
The HfBK Dresden will meet digitally on April 8 and 9, 2020 in cooperation with Prof. Barbara Wille and the partner academies on aspects of basic artistic teaching. The two-day symposium will present and discuss aspects of basic artistic teaching between partners. Essential topics of emphasis include: What are the prerequisites for applicants to study? […]
Open Call for Video Works and Short Films until 25th April 2021 As online exhibitions became common and one of the few possible formats of art presentation throughout the lockdown, artists increasingly started working in the medium of time based art such as video or short film. With the EU4ART ‘SOLO CINEMA‘ we would like […]
Online lecture with Eléonore Hellio, Democratic Republic of Congo | Material Method Meaning – Online Series Contemporary art practice in the Democratic Republic of Congo is not really in the focus of the globalized art scene. Nevertheless, a vibrating art scene and fascinating artistic collaboration projects can be found there. Eléonore Hellio lives and works […]
Online Lecture with Phi Phi Oanh (VN) | Material Method Meaning – Online Series Sơn ta, a resinous substance extracted from the Rhus Succedanea tree native to North Viet Nam, has been collected and processed artisanally since ancient times. Traditionally, the resin was used to cover the wood of everyday objects and of the interior […]
Online Lecture with Joanna Kiliszek (PL) | Material Method Meaning – Online Series The same mistake should not be made twice. In 2019, after four years of destruction of civil society and culture, Polish society elected a nationalist-conservative government for the second time. It is difficult to specify an area where the balance of four […]
#5 What can art do? Empirical investigations into the depth, scope, and implications of our shared art experiences
Online lecture series Material Method Meaning #5 with Matthew Pelowski (AUT). Join the event via Zoom | Thursday 19.11.2020 | 5 pm (Rome, Budapest, Dresden = 6 pm Riga time). Registration: email@example.com Despite the millennia-old appreciation and anecdotal documentation of the power and nuanced nature of art experiences, actual empirical scientific investigations of how we […]