[new] Postgraduate Program
The program’s activities are concentrated into monthly one-week sessions. These sessions take the form of a seminar, structured around the presentations of invited artists, theorists or curators .
2012-13 will be organized nomadically, favoring mobility. Subject to final confirmation, program sessions will be held in Poitiers, Madrid, Bourges, Angoulême, Lausanne, Los Angeles and Beirut.
An annual journal, Cahiers du post-diplôme, bears witness to the program’s activities by bringing together the participating artists’ work and the contributions of the invited artists. An exhibition focusing on performative documents is scheduled at La Box gallery (Bourges) in early 2013 in the framework of an open invitation to the post-graduate program. A partnership with CalArts (California Institute of the Arts, Valencia), more specifically with the Film and Critical Studies departments, will be continued this year in the form of a joint seminar.
The program’s recruitment is international. English is the principal working language.
Applicants should hold a national or international level-1 degree or equivalent (high-school certificate + 5 years of post-secondary study). Following a preliminary selection on the basis of the candidate’s artistic dossier, letter of application and curriculum vitae, applicants will be invited to an interview by a panel. The artistic dossier should include documentation of work produced by the applicant (texts, photographs, films, catalogues, articles). For film or sound works, applicants should select excerpts of 12 minutes maximum. The letter of application (2 pages maximum) should present the candidate’s itinerary, past experiences and particular interest in the post-graduate program.
The post-graduates will have access to the technical facilities of the School and will receive a stipend of 4000 euros. The group will be made up of four young practitioners.
External advisors 2012-2013 (pending confirmation)
Rebecca Baron, artist, filmmaker, instructor of experimental and documentary film at CalArts (California Institute of the Arts, Valencia), School of Film/Video ; François Bovier, film critic and historian ; Arne De Boever, theorist, professor at CalArts, School of Critical Studies, director of the MA Æsthetics and Politics ; Yann De Roeck, graphic designer ; Olivia Harrison, theorist, University South California, Los Angeles ; Joana Hajithomas et Khalil Joreige, artists, filmmakers ; Aliocha Imhoff and Kantuta Quirós, curators, critics ; Ana Longoni, art historian ; Morad Montazami, critic, art historian ; Nora Martirosyan, filmmaker ; The Otolith Group, artists, filmmakers ; Suely Rolnik, art critic, psychotherapist ; Trinh T. Minh-ha, theorist, filmmaker ; Akram Zaatari, filmmaker.
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