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Jobs at S1 Artspace

> Communications Coordinator
3 days pw | £18K pro rata

> Technican
3 days pw | £18K pro rata

> Studios Coordinator
2 days pw | £18K pro rata

Deadline: Mon 26 Sep
Interviews: Thu 29 / Fri 30 Sep

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S1 Artspace has three new positions currently available, please see
below for full details.

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THE NETHERLANDS MEDIA ART INSTITUTE IS SEEKING A General / artistic director (m/f)

The NIMk is seeking an artistic generalist with knowledge of and a vision for new media art, who will further expand the tasks and programmes of the Institute: a person with vision, whose innovative ideas and élan will define the new course of the NIMk. The candidate has acquired experience in the direction or management of an institution involved with presentation or collection, and is able to give form to aspirations in concrete projects and products in an inspiring manner: exhibitions and other public events, expert meetings and publications. Furthermore, he or she feels at home in the network of visual art and new media, internationally, nationally and locally.

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ART ENCLOSURES Residencies for visiting international artists in Venice: Call for Applications (2009 – 2010)

Fondazione di Venezia
Polymnia Venezia
Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa

http://www.fondazionedivenezia.org/attività/artenclosures.html
http://www.bevilacqualamasa.it

Application deadline: 7 November 2009
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The Fondazione di Venezia is pleased to announce the second phase of the residency program Art Enclosures which began in 2008 in cooperation with Polymnia and the Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation in Venice, with the aim of building bridges between local realities and contemporary arts production from abroad.

The upcoming residency will take place in Venice from 20th January to 20th April 2010. The project consists of a three-month residency period offering a series of activities and an opportunity for visibility to two emerging artists under 40 from the African continent.

For each artist the project will cover travel expenses and lodging in the apartments of Palazzo Carminati, provided by Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation, plus a monthly grant of 700 EURO (pre-taxes) to meet living and travelling costs while in Venice.

The programme makes the spaces of the ateliers of the Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa available to the artists, as well as part of the materials necessary to create works of art to be completed by the end of the three-month period.

The visiting artists will also have the opportunity to be involved in studio activities, conferences and public meetings organized for them, and thus come into contact with other local and international artists and the cultural activities run by the Fondazione di Venezia and the Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa.

Finally, the artists will be provided with the chance to visit some of the main exhibitions and museums in the area free of charge.

At the end of the three-month residency, a final exhibition of the works produced will be held.

To apply, please send the following materials to atelier@bevilacqualamasa.it and a.stradella@fondazionedivenezia.org:

- a general portfolio with a minimum of 10 artworks;
- a curriculum vitae
- a short artistic statement (max. 600 characters) in English (or French);
- a proposal (max. 600 characters) of the project/artwork that might be implemented/created during the residency period (in English or French).

Note: the portfolio must be sent in PDF format and/or as a sequence of images in JPG format; all the texts must be send in a PDF or RTF extension.

Applications from artists who have participated to previous Open Calls will not be considered.

The artists selected will be notified within two weeks.

For more information please contact:

Fondazione di Venezia
Marco Zavagno
Dorsoduro 3488/U
30123 Venezia
t. + 39 041 2201253 / f. + 39 041 2201239
a.stradella@fondazionedivenezia.org

Fondazione Bevilaqua La Masa
Mara Ambrozic
Curator
Dorsoduro 2826
30123 Venezia
t. + 39 041 5207797 / f. +39 041 5208955
m. +39 329 2024596
atelier@bevilacqualamasa.it
http://www.bevilacqualamasa.it

The Public School: Announcements + Proposals + Schedule

1. New class proposals
2. Public: Adjective or Noun? has been scheduled
3. SELF HELP GRAPHICS: SILKSCREENING THEORY/PRACTICE WORKSHOP
4. We’re looking for teachers for these classes!
5. Scheduled classes
6. Proposals at other Public Schools

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1. New class proposals
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Chinatown Outdoor Summer Chess Club
http://la.thepublicschool.org/class/1450
This class will feature tables, chairs, and chess boards on Chung King Road, warm nights and refreshments.

Objectophilia
http://la.thepublicschool.org/class/1446
Theory & Practice.From WikipediaObjectum sexuality is a pronounced sexual and or emotional desire towards particular inanimate objects. Those individuals with this expressed preference may feel strong feelings of arousal, attraction, love and commitment to certain items or structur es of their fixation. For some, sexual or even close emotional relationships with humans are incomprehensible.

Economies of Attention: Media Technology and Biopolitics
http://la.thepublicschool.org/class/1445
Interaction design and user experience, advanced neuroimaging technology, and modern psycho-stimulants are just three contemporary examples of the dispersed complex of knowledge and systems that contribute to what is known as the “attention economy,” the way in which human attention has introduced itself into all aspects social and political life.

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2. Public: Adjective or Noun? has been scheduled
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Hi all,
This course, which will be taught by Mia Locks, has been scheduled for Sunday evenings August 30th, September 6th and September 13th. Please join us!
All the best,
Sarah

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3. SELF HELP GRAPHICS: SILKSCREENING THEORY/PRACTICE WORKSHOP
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In collaboration with Self Help Graphics, a nationally recognized center for Latino art, The Public School will offer a class that introduces silkscreening (and printmaking in general) as a powerful political tool.
The first meeting will take place at The Public School in Chinatown. This meeting would be discussion based to introduce screen printing as an art/political tool within public space. The teacher will discuss their practice and provide a broader historical context. This session will conclude with a brainstorming session by the class participants to develop a screen-printing project/intervention to do in this city.
The second meeting will take place at SHG where the instructor will lead a silkscreening workshop. Students will be taught about silkscreening techniques, shown how to prepare artwork and then to burn a screen. Printing on paper (for posters?) will be the focus.
Just a reminder that this class will be taking place next Saturday. Space is limited so if you are planning on attending please be sure to reserve a spot by signing up in advance: http://la.thepublicschool.org/class/1393 < ../class/1393>

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4. We’re looking for teachers for these classes!
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Chinese Pop Music Crash Course

Vacuum Forming at Home

typography

Taxonomies & Classification

Theoretical Physics

Digital Textile Printing

openFrameworks

For more information, go to http://la.thepublicschool.org/looking/for/teachers

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AUG 12: Chess Duchamp: Learning to be better at chess while talking about duchamp (1 meeting remaining)

http://la.thepublicschool.org/class/263

This course teaches the basics of how to be better at chess aimed at the novice player. We’ll discuss the basics, common and classic openings, and common paths to checkmat e.

AUG 15: Self Help Graphics: Silkscreening Theory/Practice Workshop (2 meetings)
http://la.thepublicschool.org/class/1393
In collaboration with Self Help Graphics, a nationally recognized center for Latino art, The Public School will offer a class that introduces silkscreening (and printmaking in general) as a powerful p

AUG 15: messianic time (1 meeting remaining)
http://la.thepublicschool.org/class/25
this class would be about walter benjamin.Initial Reading List:Walter Benjamin – Theses on the Philosophy of HistoryHoward Caygill – Walter Benjamin.

AUG 15: Recording in Apple Logic 8 (2 meetings remaining)
http://la.thepublicschool.org/class/1308
This class will teach recording in Apple Logic 8 for new users who are unfamiliar with Logic’s functions – which means everything that is essential to know about recording and finishing a project will

AUG 23: 8-bit Lab: Italians ! Do It Better
http://la.thepublicschool.org/class/1342
Arduino has become a popular platform for learning electronics, but it is not magic. In this one-session workshop, students will learn how to make and program their own microprocessor circuits.

AUG 29: Gold Leafing
http://la.thepublicschool.org/class/1363
In this class students will learn about the different metal leafs available: real gold leaf, silver leaf, composition gold leaf and variegated composition gold leaf and the tools used to gold leaf.

AUG 30: Public: Adjective or Noun? (3 meetings)
http://la.thepublicschool.org/class/1372
What is “public” about The Public School? Is it “public” because it is open to “the public,” or is The Public School itself a public?

SEP 13: Urban Plein Air Society of Los Angeles (1 meeting remaining)
http://la.thepublicschool.org/class/245
A class of artists/people interpreting different pu! blic spaces in Los Angeles. Plein Air is a traditional method of pain ting/image making popular before the convenience of digital photography.

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Perceptual devices – History / Effect / Design
http://nyc.thepublicschool.org/class/1456
As mainstream architectural projects focus on the production of specific effects, the building itself comes to be seen less as an object of utility or organization, but more and more as a perceptual medium. This class would examine the pre-history of architectural effects through the examination of perceptual devices in painting, photography, cinema, the circus, as well as its use in architectural projects from the baroque to the present. The course would culminate in an individual o

DXARTS | PROFESSORSHIP in DIGITAL CINEMA and EXPERIMENTAL VIDEO

www.dxarts.washington.edu

Pending budgetary approval, The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) at the University of Washington is seeking to fill a tenured or tenure track faculty position in DIGITAL CINEMA and EXPERIMENTAL VIDEO. Rank is open, and we will consider hires from Assistant to Full Professor with tenure.

Established in 2001, DXARTS is a pioneering experimental arts unit with exciting undergraduate and doctoral degree programs. DXARTS brings together faculty from Art, Music, Dance, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Physics, Biology, History of Ideas and Design in a hybrid research environment dedicated to the invention and exploration of new forms of digital and experimental art.

The successful candidate should be prepared to pursue highly innovative research in their main field of study (DIGITAL CINEMA and EXPERIMENTAL VIDEO), and to teach introductory and advanced level graduate courses comprehensive studio practice in film making, digital cinema and experimental video, as well as the history and theory of the genre. Applicants for this position should at a minimum have a Masters Degree or equivalent experience, be broadly interdisciplinary with strong creative and technical skills, have substantial practical experience synthesized across multiple areas of experimental arts, with their primary focus emerging out of experimental film, cinema, and digital video genres. Further, applicants should be fluently versed in a wide array of digital cinema production and post-production techniques, including directing, field and studio lighting, cinematography, motion control, non-linear editing, visual fx & compositing, motion capture, motion graphics, art direction, and writing for film. Special attention will be given to artists who have capabilities in emerging experimental video areas such as custom electronics, machine vision, stereo 3D, AI, computer programming & image processing, interactive video installation, etc.

Applications must include: CV, artist statement, statement on pedagogy, and a cohesive portfolio of professional creative work. Support materials must include three references with phone numbers, mail and e-mail addresses, samples of previous course design and recent student work. Portfolio work should be formatted for viewing on any platform. Please include a SASE for return of materials. Also inform us if you will be attending the CAA conference in Los Angeles, CA.

Application materials should be addressed to: Chair, DIGITAL CINEMA and EXPERIMENTAL VIDEO Search Committee, DXARTS, 207 Raitt Hall, Box 353414, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195-3414. Priority will be given to applications received before January 15, 2009. The University of Washington is building a culturally diverse faculty, and strongly encourages applications from female and minority candidates. The University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer.

A competitive recruitment and selection process is being conducted and if a U.S. worker is not selected pursuant to this process, an application for Alien Employment Certification may be filed on behalf of an alien to fill this job opportunity. Any person may provide documentary evidence bearing on the application (such as information on available workers, wages, working terms and conditions, or other pertinent information) to either:

Employment Security Department
AEC Unit
P.O. Box 9046
Olympia, WA 98507-9046

OR

Employment & Training Administration
Region VI, U.S. Department of Labor
Certifying Officer
P.O.Box 193767
San Francisco, CA 94119-3767

DXARTS | PROFESSORSHIP in HYBRID ARTS PRACTICE

www.dxarts.washington.edu

Pending budgetary approval, The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) at the University of Washington is seeking to fill a tenured or tenure track faculty position in HYBRID ARTS PRACTICE. Rank is open, and we will consider hires from Assistant to Full Professor with tenure.

Established in 2001, DXARTS is a pioneering experimental arts unit with exciting undergraduate and doctoral degree programs. DXARTS brings together faculty from Art, Music, Dance, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Physics, Biology, History of Ideas, and Design in a hybrid research environment dedicated to the invention and exploration of new forms of digital and experimental art.

The successful candidate for this position should be an artist hybrid engaged in advanced generative digital and experimental arts practice, as well as integrating research on the epistemological and ontological questions raised by the broader art, science and technology discipline. Applicants for this position should at minimum hold a Masters Degree or equivalent experience and present a well documented career of significant creative accomplishments. The ideal candidate will have a strong and deeply integrated background blended across numerous creative, interpretive and technical fields such as art, music, film, design, dance, theater, computer science, cognitive science, engineering, history, psychology, and philosophy. Applicants should be prepared to pursue innovative art and technology research, as well as teach introductory and advanced courses in comprehensive studio practice, and the history and analysis of digital and experimental arts.

Applications must include: CV, artist statement, statement on pedagogy, and a cohesive portfolio of professional creative work. Support materials must include three references with phone numbers, mail and e-mail addresses, samples of previous course design and recent student work. Portfolio work should be formatted for viewing on any platform. Please include a SASE for return of materials. Also inform us if you will be attending the CAA conference in Los Angeles, CA.

Application materials should be addressed to: Chair, HYBRID ARTS PRACTICE Search Committee, DXARTS, 207 Raitt Hall, Box 353414, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195-3414. Priority will be given to applications received before January 15, 2009. The University of Washington is building a culturally diverse faculty, and strongly encourages applications from female and minority candidates. The University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer.

A competitive recruitment and selection process is being conducted and if a U.S. worker is not selected pursuant to this process, an application for Alien Employment Certification may be filed on behalf of an alien to fill this job opportunity. Any person may provide documentary evidence bearing on the application (such as information on available workers, wages, working terms and conditions, or other pertinent information) to either:

Employment Security Department
AEC Unit
P.O. Box 9046
Olympia, WA 98507-9046

OR

Employment & Training Administration
Region VI, U.S. Department of Labor
Certifying Officer
P.O.Box 193767
San Francisco, CA 94119-3767

Job Opportunity: Head of Programmes at SPACE

SPACE is seeking a Head of Programmes who will also be our Deputy CEO. This new post is an exciting opportunity to make a central contribution to an innovative organisation which supports artists and the creativity of communities local to our buildings.

The specific role of Head of Programmes requires vision, management expertise and fund-raising skills. S/he will manage a team delivering media arts and emergent technologies, exhibitions, residencies, community based collaborations, education and training, and artists‚ professional development and networking.

Based at our HQ in central Hackney, London, s/he will be responsible for developing and sustaining key partnerships and funding to ensure that SPACE retains its pre-eminent position in the development and delivery of high quality programmes.

The successful candidate will be fully engaged in the world of visual arts, ideally with experience in media and emergent technologies, and with substantial experience working in arts programming.

4 days per week
£34 – 38k pro rata

Deadline for applications: 9am, Monday 4th August 2008
Interviews: Friday 8th August
For more information see:
http://www.spacestudios.org.uk/All_Content_Items/About_SPACE/Vacancies/

Ringling College: Art Historian, Liberal Arts Department

Starts August 2008

Institution:

Founded in 1931, Ringling College of Art and Design is a private professional college fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD), the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and CIDA, the Council for Interior Design Accreditation, formerly FIDER. Ringling College of Art and Design’s primary mission is to prepare students to be discerning visual thinkers and ethical practitioners in their chosen area of art and design and to provide an intensive professional education in the visual arts. Ringling College has taken a leadership role in the integration of high technology within art and design curricula in response to the marketplace and trends in the professions. The institution’s strategic plan positions the College for continued growth and development. It is authorized to award the BFA in eleven visual arts disciplines and the BA in the Business of Art and Design, a new program that bridges the business world with art and design education. Ringling College employs 136 faculty who instruct 1,200 students from 44 states and 30 countries. The large residential campus is near downtown Sarasota. A cultural center of Florida, Sarasota is 65 miles south of Tampa and 75 miles north of Fort Myers. Additional information about the College is available at www.ringling.edu

Program:

The Art History program at Ringling College of Art and Design offers a rich mix of Western and non-Western, historical and contemporary courses. The program is anchored by four distinguished full-time faculty and embraces both digital and traditional approaches to teaching and research. The program especially emphasizes global perspectives and has been a proponent of faculty and student study abroad.

Responsibilities and Qualifications:

The qualified candidate will teach the survey course in Euro-Western art history and advanced art history offerings that explore the social and aesthetic concepts, contexts, and implications of emerging forms of media and technology. The teaching load is three courses each semester with opportunities to develop an innovative curriculum that builds interdisciplinary relationships and global perspectives. Active participation on committees, and involvement in other faculty duties as required by the program and college.

Required: Only applicants possessing the following qualifications will be considered:

* Ph.D. degree before the appointment begins.
* Demonstrates collegiality, creative teaching methods, and enthusiasm for teaching at a professional college of art and design
* College teaching experience

Preferred: Preference may be given to candidates who have:

* Experience with the effective use of digital technologies in teaching
* Demonstrated fluency in the language and concepts of new technologies

Application:

Send: 1) letter of application including description of individual strengths; 2) complete CV; 3) statement of teaching philosophy; 4) list of courses taught 5) relevant syllabi; 6) transcript from institution awarding highest degree (may be sent separately); 7) contact information for three current references. Candidates may be asked to submit additional materials if they are moved forward for consideration. Finalists for this position will be asked to give a lecture/presentation as part of their campus visit.

Deadline: Review of applications will begin immediately. To be assured full consideration, applications should be received by February 28, 2008.

Please address applications and inquiries to:

Art History Faculty Search

Dean of Faculty Office

Ringling College of Art and Design

2700 North Tamiami Trail

Sarasota, Florida 34234-5895

e-mail inquiries: laahft@ringling.edu

phone: 941/359-7537

Ringling College of Art and Design is an Equal Opportunity

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO – Visual Arts Department Faculty Position

http://visarts.ucsd.edu/

We are currently conducting a search at UCSD for a new faculty position: an artist/cultural practitioner in computing. (We will also consider applications from people who are primarily theorists but have systematic practical engagements with digital art.) We have extended the application deadline one more week.

We seek an artist with a proven exhibition record whose work exhibits an in-depth understanding of computing and its relationship to contemporary art and its discourses. UCSD is a research university that actively promotes and supports creative work and advanced research in computing within a broadly interdisciplinary arts department that includes studio, media, and art history, theory and criticism.

UCSD boasts significant resources for research in computer arts. With the Center for Research in Computing and the Arts (CRCA) (http://crca.ucsd.edu), and the California Institute of Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2) (http://calit2.net), this includes state-of-the-art facilities for 4K Digital Cinema, a 32 wall virtual reality CAVE, motion capture and 3d laser capture, CNC and rapid prototype fabrication, multi-channel spatialized sound environments, the Experimental Game Lab and media integrated performance environments. Opportunities for developing research also include the San Diego Supercomputer Center and various cross-campus collaborations. Current members of the permanent computing arts faculty are Amy Alexander, Sheldon Brown, Jordan Crandall, Ricardo Dominguez, Adriene Jenik, Lev Manovich, and Brett Stalbaum.

Teaching will include both graduate seminars and undergraduate courses, including courses in an Interdisciplinary Computing and the Arts Major with the department of Music.

The rank is Assistant Professor, tenure-track to Associate Professor, tenured, beginning July 1, 2008. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience and based upon UC pay scales.

Candidates must demonstrate in their work and teaching a substantial engagement with the computing arts and their relationship to broader discourses of contemporary art and culture. Candidate will actively participate in the ongoing development of curriculum and facilities. Teaching will draw upon knowledge of networked cross-platform environments. Areas of expertise might include any of the following: locative media, social media, network art, digital imaging; graphics or sound programming; virtual environments; computer based installation; electronics and robotics; history and theory of new media. MFA or equivalency and teaching experience required.

Applicants are welcome to include in their cover letters a personal statement summarizing teaching experience and leadership efforts and/or contributions to diversity. Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, names and addresses of three references (do not send letters of recommendation and/or placement files) and evidence of work in the field. This evidence may be in the form of websites, DVDs, tapes, publications and/or public lectures and should be accompanied by return mailer and postage.

Computing Search Committee (Position #C-08)
University of California San Diego
Visual Arts Department
Mandeville Center (0327)
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, CA 92093-0327

Please reference position #C-08 on all correspondence. UCSD is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer with a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of diversity among its faculty and staff. Proof of U.S. citizenship or eligibility for U.S. employment will be required prior to employment (Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986).

Reminder: Last call for applications de Appel Curatorial Programme 2008/2009

PROGRAMME 2008/2009:
‘Curating in the expanded field’

Application deadline:
7th of March 2008

http://www.deappel.nl

Initiated in 1994 by Saskia Bos, the Curatorial Programme of de Appel arts centre wishes to offer young curators a condensed package of experiences and skills that can be used as tools and instruments during the further development of their professional career. De Appel is an internationally oriented arts centre located in Amsterdam that functions as a site for the production of performances, research and presentation of contemporary visual arts through a series of exhibitions, publications and
discursive events.

In September 2006, a remodelled version of the eight-month long Curatorial Programme was launched with a renewed curriculum and an extended tutorial team. It encompasses a dense array of theoretical seminars, thematic workshops, field trips in Europe and Asia, practice-related assignments and encounters with artists and art professionals. Throughout the programme attention is paid to the history of exhibition-making, diverse curatorial practices, collection and institution building and project management. The unique and special thematic focus is on the polarity between ‘free-lance’ and ‘institutional’ curating and on the examination of ‘context-responsive’ curating. The formats and methodologies that curators deal with in the presentation of art in the ’expanded field’, outside of the white cube, are explored in the programme.

This focus culminates in a ‘site-specific’ curatorial assignment: the participants of the course are invited to investigate a specific area (in 2006/2007 this was the Amsterdam suburb de Bijlmermeer and in 2007/2008 the satellite city Leidsche Rijn near Utrecht) and realise a project that relates to this site in a direct or indirect way. Through inviting the participants to work ‘off-site’ de Appel challenges the curators to reflect upon the current status and issues of art in (sub)urban public space and to reflect upon the different ways in which art functions in processes of urban renewal/generation. Throughout the process the relationship with the ‘mother institution’ is maintained while at the same time
being interrogated.

The following parts of the programme are considered to be of vital importance:

- the opportunity to research theoretical issues and developments in regular sessions with a tutorial team consisting e.g. of de Appel director Ann Demeester (BE/NL), curator Annie Fletcher (IR/NL), visual artist Steve Mc Queen (GB/NL), writer and curator Elena Filipovic (US/BE), curator Dieter Roelstraete (BE), independent researcher/curator Lisette Smits (NL) and philosopher/curator Henk Slager (NL).

- the opportunity to meet a large number of artists, curators, critics and other professionals from the Netherlands and abroad in a very condensed period of time, and having the chance to exchange ideas with them, either during thematic seminars or during informal encounters. Guest teachers in 2007 were e.g. Carlos Basualdo (US), Gerardo Mosquera (CU/US), Paul O’Neill (GB), Jacques Rancière (FR), Simon Sheikh (SE) and Pier Luigi Tazzi (IT).

- the opportunity to get acquainted with de Appel from ‘the inside’, and get a better insight into the mechanisms and governing principles of a contemporary institution for visual arts.

the possibility to make a long trip outside of Western Europe and a minimum of 7 excursions
within Europe.

APPLICATIONS REQUIREMENTS

- A letter of motivation in which your personal drive is stated and what you expect from the programme.
- A proposal for a show (5-15 pages), including: concept and location of the show (main focus), the participating artists (including some image material), a budget of the show, a publicity plan
(not obliged).
- A résumé, including an extensive description of one’s relevant working experience.
- Two written references of (former) tutors, professors or employers, in English.

On the basis of the submitted documents a pre-selection is made. Approximately ten candidates will be short-listed; they are invited to come to Amsterdam in the last week of March for an interview.

Application deadline: 7th of March 2008

Send completed applications (in two-fold) to:

de Appel
Att: Esther Vossen
Nieuwe Spiegelstraat 10
1017 DE Amsterdam
The Netherlands

For further information please visit our website
http://www.deappel.nl

Contact: evossen@deappel.nl
t. + 31 (0) 20 6255215