Summer Academy Paul Klee

Website: http://www.sommerakademie-paul-klee.ch/neu

Call for applications to a new two-year Summer Academy for artists, hosted by the Berne University of the Arts HKB and the Zentrum Paul Klee. The Summer Academy Paul Klee is a program for artists working at a postgraduate level, whether or not they have an official certificate saying so. Over two summer sessions – August 2017 and August 2018 – eight fellows are granted access to the university’s infrastructure and technical support, and will proceed to collectively author a public event scheduled for April 2019. Travel, visa expenses, room and board fully covered. There is also a collective production budget.

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Expires: February 18, 2017


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