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Faculty of fine, applied and performing arts at the Venice Art Biennale

News: May 09, 2017

The faculty of fine, applied and performing arts will be found at the Research Pavilion, which we arrange in collaboration with other art universities in Sweden, Finland and Norway. The pavilion is open from May 11 to October 15.

Here you can find us during the Art Biennale in Venice

All events take place at the Research pavilion.

May 10 to June 30
During the first of three exhibitions; You gotta to say yes to another access, Nordic PhD students show their research projects. André Alvers and Eva Weinmayr from the Faculty of fine, applied and performing arts, participate.

June 10 and 11
Erling Björgvinsson and Onkar Kular, HDK, Kristina Hagström-Ståhl, Academy of Music and Drama (HSM) and Andrea Phillips, Valand Academy, all three linked to the Faculty's research platform PARSE, organizes seminars and workshops on exclusion; Exclusive Access - on the dynamics and vocabularies of co-option, care and the subaltern. Exclusion is also the theme of the PARSE Research Conference in Gothenburg in November.

June 16 and 17
This whole week is the Music Week in the Research pavilion. From Academy of Music and Drama (HSM) Anders Hultqvist participates, with concert – lecture A shrinking emptiness - meaning, chaos and entropy and Marina Cyrino with a performace ...ar que vibra, corpos que pulsam.

June 17
Elisabeth Belgrano, Academy of Music and Drama (HSM) participates in a performance installation Glories to Nothingness.

June 27 and 28
Andrea Phillips, Valand Academy, together with GradCAM in Dublin and Goldsmiths in London, organizes a two-day workshop – performance seminar with the title Choreographic.

September 19
Mick Wilson, Valand Academy, leads the workshop Imaginary Access - Exhibit-Making as a Public Inquiry together with Bard College in the United States. The theme is public access.

23 septebmer
Jason Bowman, Valand Academy, arranges the seminar Post-colonial artist organization in the African regions?

Purpose and costs

The aim of the initiative is to meet important partners and strengthen interdisciplinary cooperation, highlight key issues in artistic research and skills development for faculty employees. The Faculty's budget for the entire venture is 300,000 SEK. This includes local rental in Venice, travel and accommodation for invited speakers and own employees.


Originally published on: konst.gu.se

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