What and for whom?
Artist collective Ecole Mondiale offers 8 opportunities for artists/students/collectives to participate in a residency at the Frans Masereel Centrum and to work individual or collectively on a print related project.
Ecole Mondiale is an autonomous, collective and artistic pedagogical project and encourages master students and art graduates with a specific interest in the global south, emancipation struggle – resistance and art in a non-western context to apply.
The Frans Masereel Centrum is a center for contemporary art, combining an artist-oriented exhibition and production schedule with an international residency program for artists and curators, often with a specific focus on printed matter-at large.
Ecole Mondiale will investigate and develop a project towards a more diverse and expanded narrative on printing practices, by researching the history of printing & emancipation and legacies of resistance and struggle such as Black Panthers’ legacy/ Black Arts Movement, Esthetics of Pan-africanism, Harlem Renaissance, Popular printing and visual legacies in postcolonial Africa, Latin America’s Taller Popular de Serigrafía …
We offer accommodation, transport, technical, curatorial and logistic support and individual/collective expertise and follow up. Invited guest lectures & group dinners
WHEN: Friday November 13, – Friday November 20, 2020
WHERE: Frans Masereel Centrum (Kasterlee, Belgium)
How to apply
Send your details, contacts, and short motivation (I.e social media links, brief description, images or references) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for application: October 25th.