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Dr. Klaus Knoll on Thu, 22 Oct 2009 20:25:40 +0200 (CEST)


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<nettime-ann> Call for artists to teach summer workshops in international MFA program


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Transart Institute seeks artists to teach a 20 unit interdisciplinary creative workshop and  give critiques in a low-residency MFA Program for one week bewteen July 25 and August 14, 2010 in Berlin, Germany. Workshops address development of artistic praxis rather than training in specific media and authoring tools, challenging students to think conceptually and work creatively in new ways. Students respond to workshop assignments in a variety of media, working independently between classes. Graduate level teaching experience a plus.

Please send a brief note of interest and a CV to: cella [at] transartinstitute [dot] org and submit up to three proposals online at: 
http://www.transartinstitute.org/Pages/Forms/FacultyCourseProposal.html


Klaus Knoll, Dr. phil.
Director, Transart Institute

USA: +1 (347) 410 9905  |  Fax: (508) 682 2853

Winter residency  |  March 11 -13, 2010  | Sideshow Gallery  |  319 Bedford Ave.  | Brooklyn, NY  | www.sideshowgallery.com
Summer residency  |  July 24 - August 14, 2010  |  Tanzfabrik  |  Möckernstraße 68, Berlin  |  www.tanzfabrik-berlin.de
Accrediting institution  |  Donau University Krems  |  Dr. Karl-Dorrek-Str. 30  |  3500 Krems, Austria  |  +43 (0) 2732 893 2501 
Mail  |  Transart Institute  |  228 Park Ave S. #34726  |  New York, NY 10003

Transart Institute offers an international low-residency MFA program for working artists in a highly individualized format. The innovative program consists of three intensive summer residencies with lectures, workshops, critiques, seminars, performances and exhibitions in Europe and two shorter, optional winter residencies in New York. In the four semesters between residencies, students create their own course of study realizing individual art and research projects with the support of faculty and self-chosen artist mentors wherever they work and live. 

The program is geared towards the development of a sustainable artistic praxis rather than training in certain media or genres, challenging students to think conceptually and work creatively in new ways. Current students work with animation, curating, digital media, film, gaming, graphic design, installation, painting, performance, photography, robotics, sculpture, sound, text, video, virtual reality.

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