In a two-day workshop – organised within the EMAP/EMARE program – you will get to know how to create an environment for your international artistic and cultural work by taking a closer look at its building blocks. By doing so, we will put a special attention on the text work in project descriptions, preparation of visual materials and portfolios. In a further step, we will plan partnerships and strategic participation in exhibitions and competitions. Lastly, we’ll set promotion patterns, network building habits and documentation tasks.
The workshop is directed to young artists, culture professionals and students who are searching to start their independent work on international stage. Artists, curators and cultural managers are invited to join the activities by bringing to the table ideas and projects they are developing currently. The workshop will consist of presentations, Pecha Kucha, ideation and feedback sessions.
Andrzej Raszyk is a concept writer, producer and consultant in the cultural and creative field. He is a founder of Berlin Sessions Residency Program. It is a platform conceived to offer personalized programs, curatorial expertise, network building and logistic support in the art sector to artists and cultural professionals. His previous projects include programming and management of Berlinerpool Arts Network connecting 250 artists, curators and project spaces; publishing and developing information portal mondaynews, listing of selected international opportunities for artist and cultural workers; curation of exhibitions in state galleries and art spaces in Germany.
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The workshop is for free, but the number of places is limited.
Bring your laptop, notebook and a pen.
The workshop will be led in English.
The EMAP/EMARE program is co-financed by the “Creative Europe” program of the European Union.
In 2018, the EMAP/EMARE program is supported by the Culture Zone Wrocław within the Artist in Residence Programme AIR Wro.