All posts filed under: Residency

Appel à candidatures : Villa Salammbô

L’Institut français de Tunisie ouvre la Villa Salammbô, un lieu d’accueil pour la recherche et la création, et lance un nouveau programme de résidence en Tunisie. La Villa Salammbô se veut un espace d’inspiration, de réflexion et de création. Située à la Marsa, en bord de mer, la villa offre un havre de sérénité propice au travail, tout en profitant de la proximité de Tunis, des scènes artistiques et intellectuelles. Cette résidence propose un lieu d’incubation, permettant de nourrir des projets de création et de recherche avec un ancrage en Tunisie, de nouer des complicités artistiques au-delà des deux rives et du continent africain. Ce programme de résidences est destiné : – à des créateurs, penseurs et chercheurs français ou domiciliés en France ; – à des créateurs, penseurs et chercheurs vivant sur le continent africain (hors Tunisie) souhaitant séjourner à Tunis pour mener un projet de création, de recherche ou de commissariat d’exposition favorisant la collaboration avec des partenaires tunisiens. Les candidats doivent déposer leur candidature en complétant le formulaire disponible ci-dessous. → Télécharger …

Call for Applications: Curatorial Fellowship

  Curatorial Fellowship: Postcolonial Perspectives on LBTIQ Heritages Within the framework of the International Museum Fellowship program run by the German Federal Culture Foundation, the Schwules Museum is proposing a Curatorial Fellowship. With its highly regarded exhibitions, archival holdings, numerous contributions to research and more than thirty-five (mostly volunteer) staff, the Schwules Museum* has, since its founding in 1985, grown into one of the world’s largest and most significant institutions for archiving, researching and communicating the history and culture of LGBTIQ communities. Different exhibitions and events have taken diverse approaches to lesbian, gay, trans*, bi- and intersexual and queer biographies, themes and concepts in history, art and culture. In over 150 special exhibitions shown in the past 30 years, the museum has presented a broad spectrum of perspectives on the history of homosexual cultures. Stretched over 500m2, the museum has at its disposal one of the largest archives in the world, which includes more than 1000 metres of archive material (files, newspaper cut outs, videos, posters, photographs, paintings, sculptures and so on). Within the framework …

Shapes of Water – Sounds of Hope

Call for participation Do you like singing? Whether you simply enjoy singing in the shower, are in a choir, or practice chanting or music with friends and family, In-Situ and Super Slow Way invite you to join a very special event that will bring together the people of Pendle (Lancashire, England). Renowned US artist Suzanne Lacy is coming to Pendle to draw from all walks of life and musical backgrounds to create a unique form of community expression. At the core of the activity will be a simple form of incantation of poetry, written by a wide range of groups from across the area, drawing on traditions of spiritual expression ranging from Shape Note to Qawwali, culminating in one of Lacy’s well-known choreographed events. Suzanne Lacy is a visual artist whose prolific career includes performances, video and photographic installation, critical writing and public practices in communities. She is best known as one of the Los Angeles performance artists who began active in the Seventies and shaped an emergent art of social engagement. Her work ranges …