A site for sharing information and events generated by the students and staff of Sculpture and Environmental Art, Glasgow School of Art.
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Tuesday, February 08, 2011
Christine Borland, Vital Sparks winners 2011
Turner prize nominee, Christine Borland, who works in the territories of art, ethics and medical humanities and Brody Condon, a New York based new-media artists have teamed up with Glasgow Sculpture Studios and a team of medical education experts to create a live performance. Circles of Focus explores the cross over between art and autonomy and will tour medical and arts institutions across Scotland as part of the Mobile Clinical Skills Unit. (£93,294)
Graham Fagen, Vital Sparks winners 2011
Visual Artist, Graham Fagen and Theatre Director Graham Eatough, will collaborate with film-maker Michael McDonough (Winters Bone) to develop Crime and Punishment, a live event and an installation that will be shown at Glasgow’s Tramway and a film that will be film shown through Scotland and internationally. The project is one of the key commissions within the Director’s programme for Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art 2012. (£99,953)
Athens Video Art Festival 2011 - Call for entries
Wednesday, February 02, 2011
Shadow Curator Internship 2011
Deveron Arts / the town is the venue is looking for a dynamic and motivated Intern to assist in curating and arts development through the Shadow Curator methodology. Applications deadline: 04 March 2011
We are looking for people with an interest in developing a career in socially engaged / collaborative arts development and curation. Experience will be offered in all forms of curatorial development, arts administration and event organisation through training and opportunities for critical engagement.
Duration: six months, full time; April - September 2011. Base: Huntly, Aberdeenshire.
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