ONE OF THE LAST open applications for MFA degree starting in September 2014.
For applications for entry in September 2014 and information on BALTIC Scholarships deadline 16 June.
Deadline for scholarships: September 16, 2014.
Northumbria University and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art have joined forces to create a prestigious facility for contemporary art, research and education in the vibrant heart of Newcastle upon Tyne. OurMFA programme is situated in the award-winning BxNU Institute of Contemporary Art at BALTIC 39.
The two-year MFA is unique. You will be taught by internationally active artists, engage with collaborative events led by BALTIC Professor Christine Borland and participate in a dynamic postgraduate studio culture enhanced by BALTIC’s curatorial staff.
The spacious, purpose-designed studios at BALTIC 39 are the focal point of the course where you will be supported to develop your individual practice, through experimentation and critical reflection; you will also have access to excellent workshop facilities and support from artist-technicians and technical staff across Northumbria University’s extensive campus. The programme encourages you to consider your practice in relation to social and cultural processes as well as art-historical precedents, endorsing a multi-disciplinary approach to making and research. Distinguished and internationally respected practitioners provide regular tutorial guidance and critical feedback; teaching is facilitated by the BxNU partners—the MFA and wider Northumbria Fine Art staff, the BALTIC Professor and curators from BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art.
The MFA course sits within a wider studio culture of postgraduate research, with weekly colloquium conversations involving the PhD, MRes and Art and Education MA students also resident in studios at BALTIC 39. The MFA course benefits from direct proximity to BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art’s stunning 300-square-meter top-floor galleries at BALTIC 39. Programmed and managed by BALTIC, the galleries provide artists and guest curators the opportunity and creative freedom to test the boundaries of critical art practice.
As an MFA student you will have opportunities to develop proposals in response to the gallery’s experimental exhibition programme as well as participating in and contributing to talks and symposia. In addition you will participate in the partnership’s innovative programme for critical dialogue, ‘Peer to Peer,’ which embodies the spirit of openness and exchange at BALTIC 39.
Closing date: 15 June 2014
To download a printable flyer to share with your students or colleagues, click here.
The British Journal of Aesthetics (BJA) holds a competition each year open to students on full-time undergraduate or graduate courses at art and design schools or in fine art/design departments in any country to design a cover for the journal, which is published by Oxford University Press (OUP), both in print and online. The overall cover design includes an image, generally a black & white photograph of a sculpture or a detail from a print. It is normally but not necessarily a monochrome image. But winning entries in the competition have varied considerably from this norm.
To be eligible to enter the competition, you must be enrolled on a full-time undergraduate or graduate course at an art school on 30 January 2014. The BJA reserves the right to verify eligibility.
Entries to the competition must be submitted by email to: email@example.com. Entrants should submit a .jpeg or .tiff file containing their image, as well as a .jpeg or .pdf file of the cover design incorporating their image. All entries must be accompanied by a .pdf containing a scanned letter, signed by the entrant, stating details of the course on which he or she was enrolled on 30 January 2014, together with the entrant’s contact details. The closing date is 15 June 2014. Entries which do not meet the entry requirements and entries which are received after the closing date will not be considered.
Дополнителни информации на: http://www.artspace.com/magazine/art_101/top_mfa_programs
со наша информација крајните рокови за аплицирањето.
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LOCATION: New Haven, Connecticut
SPECIALTIES: Sculpture, painting and printmaking, graphic design
TIME TO DEGREE: 3 years
NOTABLE FACULTY: Rochelle Feinstein (director of painting/printmaking dept.), Gregory Crewdson (director of photography dept.), Martin Kersels (director of sculpture dept.), Trevor Paglen, Shirin Neshat, Huma Bhabha, Carroll Dunham, Barbara London
FAMOUS ALUMNI: Robert Mangold, Eva Hesse, Wangechi Mutu, Matthew Barney, Chuck Close, Brice Marden
Online applications must be completed and submitted by 12 midnight EST on January 1, 2015. The online application will open on 1 August 2014.
LOCATION: New York City
SPECIALTIES: The program is interdisciplinary, but applicants apply to either painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography, or “new genres”
TIME TO DEGREE: 2 years
NOTABLE FACULTY: Gregory Amenoff, Sanford Biggers, Nicola Lopez, Rirkrit Tiravanija,Kara Walker
FAMOUS ALUMNI: Jon Kessler, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Georgia Sagri, Guy Ben-Ner, Lisi Raskin
LOCATION: New Cross, London
SPECIALTIES: The school offers a tutorial system, allowing students to choose their focus, but its known for teaching conceptually weighted work
TUITION: £3,330 ($5,600) for Brits; £8,650 ($14,500) for international students
TIME TO DEGREE: 2 years
NOTABLE FACULLTY: Suhail Malik, Mark Leckey, Lindsay Seers
FAMOUS ALUMNI: Malcolm McLaren, Lucian Freud, Yinka Shonibare, Bridget Riley, Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas, Liam Gillick
Applications for academic 2014/15 are closed for academic 205/16 application time ends on Janury 2015.
THE SCHOOL OF THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO
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LOCATION: Chicago, Illinois
SPECIALTIES: Fiber and material studies, film/video/new media/animation, art and technology, sound, and performance
TIME TO DEGREE: 2 years
NOTABLE FACULTY: Michelle Grabner, Gregg Bordowitz, Joseph Grigely, Josiah McElheny,Glenn Ligon
FAMOUS ALUMNI: Tania Bruguera, Sanford Biggers, Claes Oldenburg, Jeff Koons, Leon Golub, Apichatpong Weerasethakul
THE SCHOOL OF THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, BOSTON
LOCATION: Boston, Massachusetts
TIME TO DEGREE: 2 years
NOTABLE FACULTY: Jim Dow, Chantal Zakari, Susan Jane Belton, Mark Cooper
FAMOUS ALUMNI: Jim Dine, Joan Jonas, David Lynch, Larry Poons, Nan Goldin, Ellsworth Kelly
RHODE ISLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN
LOCATION: Providence, Rhode Island
SPECIALTIES: Literally everything from furniture design to landscape architecture to painting, with the most popular majors being illustration, industrial design, architecture, and graphic design
TIME TO DEGREE: 1–3 years; most students finish in 2
NOTABLE FACULTY: Dike Blair, Naomi Fry, Dean Snyder, Patricia Treib, Henry Ferreira
FAMOUS ALUMNI: Ryan Trecartin, Roni Horn, Dan Colen, Do Ho Suh, Andrea Zittel
LOCATION: Valencia, California
SPECIALTIES: Art, graphic design, photography and media, and art and technology.
ANNUAL TUITION: $41,700
TIME TO DEGREE: 2 years
NOTABLE FACULTY: Sam Durant, Charles Gaines
FAMOUS ALUMNI: Ashley Bickerton, Mark Bradford, Mike Kelley, Jack Goldstein, Elad Lassry
LOCATION: Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
SPECIALTIES: Film/video, music/sound, painting, photography, sculpture, and writing
TIME TO DEGREE: a total of 2 years, with two summer sessions and two independent-study sessions
NOTABLE FACULTY: Amy Sillman, Ulrike Muller, Sadie Benning, Huma Babha, Thomas Eggerer, Zoe Leonard, Nick Mauss, R.H. Quaytman
FAMOUS ALUMNI: Amy Sillman, Paul Chan, Carolee Schneeman, David Horvitz, Herb Ritts,Rachel Harrison, R.H. Quaytman, Trisha Baga, Zak Kitnik, Lucy Raven
THE SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS
LOCATION: New York, New York
SPECIALTIES: Computer art; visual narrative; photography, video, and related media; fine arts (painting, sculpture, printmaking)
TIME TO DEGREE: 2 years
NOTABLE FACULTY: Mark Tribe, Marilyn Minter, Laurel Nakadate, Polly Apfelbaum, Hannah Wilke
NOTABLE ALUMNI: Inka Essenhigh, Barnaby Furnas, Keith Haring, Andrea Fraser, Sarah Sze,Sol LeWitt
LOCATION: Los Angeles, California
SPECIALTIES: Ceramics, interdisciplinary studio, new genres, painting and drawing, photography, sculpture
TUITION: $ 11,220 for California residents; $23,465 for everyone else
TIME TO DEGREE: 2–3 years
NOTABLE FACULTY: James Welling, Greg Lynn, Catherine Opie, Barbara Kruger
FAMOUS ALUMNI: Sharon Hayes, Matthew Brandt, Xavier Cha, Shana Lutker
The Trieste Contemporanea Committee announces the eleventh edition of the International Design Contest Trieste Contemporanea with the aim of showcasing the most original design offerings from the countries of Central Eastern Europe.
THEME OF THE 2014 COMPETITION
Contestants are to choose a subject (a physical or intangible cultural asset) which is an original and distinctive feature (whether a well-proven or potential value) of a place in one of the countries within the purview of the competition, with the aim of highlighting its cultural and touristic value.
CONTESTANTS SHOULD PRODUCE A KIT CONSISTING OF AN ORIGINAL ITEM OF CONTEMPORARY DESIGN, TAKING THE FORM OF A SOUVENIR AND TO BE CONCEIVED FOR SMALL-SCALE AND LOW COST PRODUCTION, AND AN ACCOMPANYING INFORMATION FLYER.
This year the competition will award the Trieste Prize for the best original project on the set topic of theTethyshadros insularis, a wonderful Hadrosaurid that lived some 70 million years ago known as Antonio the Dynosaur, displayed at the Civico Museo di Storia Naturale of Trieste and found in Villaggio del Pescatore in the province of Trieste.
The award is supported by the Civico Museo di Storia Naturale of Trieste and marks the twentieth anniversary of the discovery of the remains.
The competition’s dedicated section is open to all candidates.
REQUIREMENTS FOR PARTICIPATION
The competition is open to all designers born in CEI member states (Albania, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Serbia, Slovenia and Ukraine) in compliance with its stated purposes, and to designers born in Estonia, Germany, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania and Turkey as well.
Any groups competing should consist exclusively of members born in the countries listed above.
Each contestant can enter only a single project, unless entering one for the general theme of the competition and a separate one for the Trieste Prize’s dedicated theme.
Every participant should submit:
– A picture or a visual documentation of the selected tourist attraction (JPG format, min. size 10x15cm, 300 dpi resolution).
– An account detailing the reasons for the choice of tourist attraction and the rationale behind the design of the kit (max. 1000 characters, in English).
– The project of the original souvenir (max. size 10x10x20cm) entered the competition, containing all the information required for its manufacture in small-scale, low cost production (no more than three A3 tables, in free technique, in JPG or PDF format, press quality).
The contestant may provide further information on any locally available specialist skills and/or firms suitable for manufacturing the object.
– A tourist information leaflet accompanying the object designed (in the contestant’s own language and in English, in free format, max. size A3), providing details useful in promoting the attraction and its location (pictures, maps/routes/entertainments/personal recommendations, etc.).
Here is AaD personalised reference for Sara:
Sara is a very talented, ambitious and determined young individual. Sara is without a previous formal education in fine art/design, therefore attending your course at Parsons will enable her to both improve her creative abilities and identify her particular interests, giving her a stronger direction in her further studies and future career.
I fully support her application and hope you will be able to grant her a scholarship, as she would be unable to attend the course without your financial support. By receiving a scholarship, Sara would be able to fully dedicate herself to her studies at Parsons; with her fine character, personal flair and abilities, she would certainly be able to inspire new generations of creative individuals in Macedonia, her country of origin. Becoming one of the first professionally trained fashion stylists or fashion photographers in Macedonia, to pursue either of these as a profession in her home country, would also benefit her future career (as well as assist in establishing these particular professions in becoming more recognised professional activities in Macedonia). Furthermore, I am confident that with her abilities, dedication, ambition and persuasiveness, she would become a role model to other local, creative young individuals – showing that ‘the impossible is possible’ and encouraging others to attempt the same, by believing in themselves and ‘aiming high’.
Sara has an innovative and individual way of thinking and working, as reflected in her project ‘classy girl & bad boy’ (http://sara-stojcevska.wix.com/shap#!photoshoots/c199t) where in the process of completing various tasks of a fashion stylist, make up artist, etc, she has: identified one of the most interesting locations in her hometown Skopje; secured the participation of appropriate models; experimented with art direction and finally, engaged in digital editing and the retouching of photographs. This considerable effort should be recognised by your tutors as a professional attempt to set up and engage with the various tasks at hand, in response to a given brief; it also demonstrates her ability to complete and deliver a complex project. She clearly already has the ability to work well with photography, layout, typography; her style is modern, interesting and ‘flirty’, a quality rarely seen in the work of such a young student. I therefore believe in her potential and fully support her intention of studying at Parsons – and very much hope that your department will offer her the opportunity to pursue her ambition by supporting her application for a scholarship.
My assessment of Sara’s abilities and potential are based on my experience as both an academic and as a professional creative individual, who has worked as a tutor in London since 2005, teaching numerous young fashion stylists, fashion designers, fashion photographers, graphic designers and artists in Istituto Marangoni in London. Professionally, I have worked with renowned fashion photographs such as Nick Knight, Steven Meisel, and others on various fashion campaigns for Prada, etc (as senior art director at David James Associates in London, 2002-5). I have also supported a previous student from Marangoni in her successful application to Parsons, Marilila Kyrtata (http://www.newschool.edu/parsons/profiles_alumni.aspx?id=82458&ProfileTypeFilter..) who was enrolled as an MA student at your university. I hope therefore that you will see my support of Sara’s application as serious and valuable.
Постојаната поставка на Музејот на современата уметност се отвара во сабота, 22. 02.2014.
Нада Прља ќе биде претставена со инсталацијата Локален глобализам, 2007.
The opening of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia permanent collection is on Saturday, 22nd February 2014.
Nada Prlja will be presented with the installation Local Globalism, 2007.
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The Frieze Artist Award is a major new initiative by Frieze Projects offering the opportunity to both UK and international artists to present their work at Frieze London. The Award is open to young to mid-career artists, between 25-40 years of age.
Artists are invited to propose a new site-specific work to be realized at Frieze London 2014 and produced under the auspices of Frieze Projects. The Frieze Artist Award includes:
• A Production budget up to £10,000
• A Research and Development (R&D) budget up to £5,000
• An Artist’s Fee of £2,000
• Per diems and travel expenses
Entrance to the Frieze Artist Award is by open submission and the winner will be selected by an international panel of artists and curators. The closing date for applications is 10 March 2014. The winner of the Award will be announced in May 2014.
Applications can be made through the online application form: artistaward.friezeartfair.com
Setups / Situations / Institutions
Led by Resident Professors (RP)s Tania Bruguera, Joana Hadjithomas, Khalil Joreige, Walid Raad, Khalil Rabah, Lina Saneh, Gregory Sholette, and What, How, & for Whom (WHW)
October 6, 2014 – July 3, 2015
Home Workspace Program (HWP) is pleased to announce the call for applications to its fourth edition, HWP 2014-15
Deadline: Tuesday, March 11, 2014.
For information on how to apply, click here.
Applications and application related queries
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