The studio programme of Kölnischer Kunstverein has been launched in 2003 in order to offer young artists the opportunity to work in a studio in the centre of Cologne at only a minimal cost contribution. Ten studios in the building of Kölnischer Kunstverein are awarded or prolonged on an annual basis. »»
Douglas Paulson & Valeria Mogilevich have been in residence at CAT from July – October. On October 22 (5-9pm) they will present and read from their new artist book “Wie man ein Gespräch mit einem Flüchtling beginnt”. The reading will be multilingual and definitely unusual. »»
CAT Cologne invites you to submit a project for a working grant in Cologne, Germany. The project should incorporate the local community and take place for approx. 1-3 months. CAT supports you with a small working grant, accommodation and a publication. The deadline is October 31st for the following year. »»
During the month of October Charlotte Brohmeyer & Geraldine Rosteius are in residence at ZAIK – Zentrum für Austausch und Innovation Köln. The two artists will show the first results of their research in the context of a studio showing on October 21 (8.30pm) at Quartier am Hafen. »»
Max Jorge Hinderer Cruz (São Paulo) is a cultural critic and independent translator, curator, and editor. Since 2014 he is a founding member of Seminário Público Micropolíticas, a public seminar on new social movements and new forms of government, and the notion of “Micropolitics”. He holds a fellowship at the Academy of the Arts of the World from mid September until mid November 2016. »»
Mumbai is a city profoundly shaped by constant demographic change. Waves of migration regularly hit the city’s muddy shores, leaving behind memories and mindsets. It is this multilingual city of sprawling slums and real estate onslaughts that Academy member-in-residence and current fellow Madhusree Dutta explores in her film 7 Islands and a Metro, a hard hitting yet lyrical take on the city’s story. »»
Archives are the seat of power for defining historical truth, which, as the saying goes, is one of the first victims of war and civil conflict. Official chronologies provide their one-sided accounts, and propaganda rewrites history, excluding the subjective experiences and objective plight of those lacking access to the means of representation. »»
Made in Köln is a yearly format that allows artists in residence at the Quartier am Hafen to present their work in a professional performance environment in the Orangerie – Theater Im Volksgarten. This year Made in Köln will run from September 27 to 28. »»
Maayan Danoch (DE/IL) is currently in residence at ZAIK (Zentrum für Austausch und Innovation Köln). She is developing her new piece mirrors and windows, which will premiere on September 27 and 28 in the context of MADE IN KÖLN at the Orangerie. »»
Monika Rinck was born 1969 in Zweibrücken, Rhineland-Palatinate and lives in Berlin. Since 1989, after her university years devoted to Comparative Literature and Religious Studies, she published several books in a number of publishing houses. Her most recent poetrybook HONIGPROTOKOLLE (Honey Protocolls) came out in 2012, for which she was awarded the Huchel-Preis 2013. Followed by RISIKO UND IDIOTIE (Risk and Idiocy), Essays, in Spring 2015. Monika Rinck is member of the P.E.N.-Club, the Lyrikknappschaft Schöneberg, the Akademy of Arts Berlin and the German Academy for Language and Literature. »»
The Morphomata Center for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the University of Cologne is pleased to invite applications for fellowships in regard to the academic year 2017/18. The deadline is October 24, 2016.
In the context of his residency at ZAIK (Zentrum für Austausch und Innovation Köln) Dwayne Holliday presents his reasearch and work in progress “Whittling Dance” on August 27 (8pm) at Quartier am Hafen.
Marta Pujades (*1990, Palma de Mallorca) is an artist who habitually has recourse to the image in its photographic form, with a portrait base, as a medium for exploring the identity and roles that human beings take on socially. She currently holds a scholarship by “Michael Horbach Stiftung” Cologne, where she is also in residence until early September 2016.
The Academy of the Arts of the World welcomes Madhusree Dutta who is a filmmaker, curator and pedagogue born 1959 in India. She is the founder and executive director of Majlis, a centre for rights discourse and multi-disciplinary art initiatives in Mumbai, where she currently lives. Madhusree Dutta will be a fellow at the Academy of the Arts of the Worls from mid August – November 20, 2016.
The next round of applications for residencies/scholarships in the field of art, literature and experimental composition has started with July 1st, 2016 (deadline September 15, 2016).
In the context of its 2016 and 2017 summer residency, the Cologne-based “Büro für Brauchbarkeit” is conducting an artist/curator exchange with the Athens-based off-space “3 137”. From mid August – mid September the Büro für Brauchbarkeit welcomes Kosmas Nikolaou from Athens, while in 2017 members of Büro für Brauchbarkeit will visit 3 137 in Greece.
“Sympathy for the other?” is an interdisciplinary documentary film project organized by ifs (internationale filmschule köln) and Beit Berl College (BBC), Israel. The topic is “notions of identity in multicultural societies in Israel and Germany”. From mid August until mid September four BBC students will come to North Rhine-Westfalia, while selected ifs students will realize projects in Israel.
Documentary filmmaker Negar Tahsili has been appointed a fellow at the Academy of the Arts of the World from July 1 – August 14, 2016.
As a continuation of the project “Help Fix History”, Douglas Paulson & Valeria Mogilevich will be in residence at CAT Cologne from July until October 2016.
Maha Maamoun is a Cairo-based artist. Her work has been shown in international exhibitions and biennials. She is a founding board member of the Contemporary Image Collective (CiC) in Cairo. Maha Maamoun will be a fellow of the Academy of the Arts of the World from June to mid August 2016.
On July 18th, Morphomata fellow Ulrike Lindner will give a lecture entitled “Biographies of Resistance. The African Resistance Fighter Jacobus Morenga”. »»
On July 15 former OPEKTA fellow Jacob Wren will present his new book Rich and Poor in the context of a joint reading with author Mark von Schlegell at SCHALTEN UND WALTEN.
As a continuation of the project “Help Fix History”, Douglas Paulson & Valeria Mogilevich will be in residence at CAT Cologne from July until October 2016. There will be a brunch and artist talk on July 17 between 12am and 4pm.
Under the theme “PARTICULAR/EXEMPLARY – Morphomatic Case Studies on Biography and Portraiture” the Morphomata International Center for Advanced Studies holds its annual conference with the participation of all current Morphomata fellows. All lectures are open to the public.
In regard to its 2017 exhibition program, the project and exhibition space “MATJÖ – Raum für Kunst” seeks submissions by visual artists, media artists as well as interdisciplinary project proposals.
From January to mid July 2017 PACT Zollverein offers residencies for the development and realisation of projects and productions, which are open to professional artists from both Germany and abroad working in the fields of dance, performance, media art or sound art. The closing date for applications is Monday, 11th of July (10 am).
Felipe Castelblanco, currently in residence at CAT Cologne, will present the results of his stay on Friday June 10 from 8-10pm.
The ifs – internationale filmschule köln & the Cologne Game Lab invite the fnc partners and fellows to join their lecture series “Three on Film and Games“.
Next lecture: Wednesday June 22, 5.30pm
“Scoring Posthumanism: Music, Affect, and Intersonic Clusters in Science Fiction”
Prof. Dr. Frank Mehring, Radboud University Nijmegen
Seats are limited – if you are interested please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org
ifs internationale filmschule köln gmbh
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