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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS - School Residencies 2019

Schools can now apply for a residency. FMC offers its usual stays of 1 or 2 weeks. New this year: a ten-day masterclass programme on the future of print (art).

Ten-day Masterclass

Between November 13 and December 6, 2019

What does the future hold for the printed image and word? What pressing issues will be posed in 60 years’ time if the fleetingness of today’s digital age persists? Will we be able to acclimatize the digital with the analogue? Will print, one of the most accessible and democratic mediums, disappear? Or will it, for instance, find refuge in some kind of underground resistance? And what new forms and carriers will ensure its survival?

These are only some of the questions on which Frans Masereel Centrum, together with internationally renowned artists such as åbäke, builds its ten-day masterclass. Students and teachers will be inspired by multiple artist talks, extra muros activities and advanced workshop programmes—helmed by an elite of external artists—centred on an extended list of techniques. The masterclass programme culminates in a big exhibition where your students’ works will be shown next to that of established artists.

Regular programme

Between October 11 and November 8, 2019

Procedure

More information can be found here. Our application form can be found here.
Application deadline: April 14, 2019.
Selection will be made known before April 22.

Artistic out-of-the-box mentalities and multidisciplinary approaches are encouraged.
Frans Masereel Centrum is an open-minded institution that wants to reflect society as a whole and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, creed, sexual orientation or gender expressions.

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