GLOBAL EXPERIENCE PROJECT CALL FOR APPLICATIONS deadline 4pm on Friday, November 4th


GLOBAL EXPERIENCE PROJECT CALL FOR APPLICATIONS *The deadline for applications to take this course is 4pm on Friday, November 4th*

 
DateThursday, November 3, 2016 - 4:00am to Friday, November 4, 2016 - 8:00pm

Email

dliddington@ocadu.ca

Location

dliddington@ocadu.ca

GLOBAL EXPERIENCE PROJECT

The Global Experience Project is a 0.5 credit, independent study which will run during the winter-term in 2017. The GEP course will be led by Paulette Phillips and Derek Liddington featuring UK artist Isaac Julien. Known for his politically groundbreaking work in film, video and installation, this class will examine Isaac’s poetic investigation into history, space, place and self.

Successful students will come together to creatively respond to the themes resonant in Isaac’s work, will gain access to the behind the scenes installation of his upcoming show at the ROM, attend events related to Isaac’s work in Toronto and his Images Festival Screening and travel to Isaac’s studio in London, UK.

We are looking for applications from upper year students in their 3rd, 4th year of study as well as graduate students. Please email your completed applications to dliddington@ocadu.ca with subject line “Global Experience Project Application”

Applications must include:

An artist statement that outlines the primary themes in your work, your current research interests, and a brief statement of outlining your interest this experience.

3-5 images of recent work (the year of last study) that could relate to this Global Experience Project.

The deadline for applications to take this course is 4pm on Friday, November 4th.

Special thanks to the Jack Weinbaum Family Foundation

 



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DateThursday, November 3, 2016 - 4:00am to Friday, November 4, 2016 - 8:00pm

Email

dliddington@ocadu.ca

Website Location

dliddington@ocadu.ca

Thursday, November 3, 2016 - 4:00am to Friday, November 4, 2016 - 8:00pm

GLOBAL EXPERIENCE PROJECT

The Global Experience Project is a 0.5 credit, independent study which will run during the winter-term in 2017. The GEP course will be led by Paulette Phillips and Derek Liddington featuring UK artist Isaac Julien. Known for his politically groundbreaking work in film, video and installation, this class will examine Isaac’s poetic investigation into history, space, place and self.

Successful students will come together to creatively respond to the themes resonant in Isaac’s work, will gain access to the behind the scenes installation of his upcoming show at the ROM, attend events related to Isaac’s work in Toronto and his Images Festival Screening and travel to Isaac’s studio in London, UK.

We are looking for applications from upper year students in their 3rd, 4th year of study as well as graduate students. Please email your completed applications to dliddington@ocadu.ca with subject line “Global Experience Project Application”

Applications must include:

An artist statement that outlines the primary themes in your work, your current research interests, and a brief statement of outlining your interest this experience.

3-5 images of recent work (the year of last study) that could relate to this Global Experience Project.

The deadline for applications to take this course is 4pm on Friday, November 4th.

Special thanks to the Jack Weinbaum Family Foundation

 

Venue & Address: 
dliddington@ocadu.ca
Email: 
dliddington@ocadu.ca
poster photo with text details of the project
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