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TRANSART INSTITUTE announced today that three scholarships of USD
15000 each are available for students from Eastern Europe and
developing countries and six scholarships of 2000 and 1000 USD
respectively are available to students from anywhere to participate in
the international MFA program.
Online application form: http://www.friendsoftransartinstitut...plication.html

In the highly individualized low-residency MFA program students create
their own course of study working on art and research projects off-
site with the support of faculty and self-chosen artist mentors. The
independent study is complemented by three intensive summer
residencies where lectures, critiques, seminars, performances,
exhibitions, and workshops take place on-site in Europe. The low-
residency format permits continuing a professional life while
participating in the program. Scholarships are given on the basis of
artistic merit and financial need. All media and genres. Deadline for
scholarships and rolling admissions: May 1, 2008.
Further information: http://www.transartinstitute.org/


ANNOUNCING the 2008 summer program to be held at the OK Center for
Contemporary Art from July 13 - August 1. The full program is
available online: http://www.transartinstitute.org/New...es_Summer.html

Guest lectures open to the public will include:

Gulsen Bal: Xenophobia - The Creative Moment of Encounters Curatorial
Projects. Bal, a visual artist, theoretician explores the notions of
the difference of identity and difference, minority, exilic discourse
and border phenomena within cultural geography. She is currently
Director for Openspace, Zentrum f=FCr Kunstprojekte, Vienna.

ubermorgen.com (Lizvlx + Hans Bernhard): "Artist talk" One of the most
unmatchable identities - controversial and iconoclast - of the
contemporary European techno-fine-art avant-garde, their open circuit
of conceptual art, drawing, software art, pixel-painting,
installations, net.art, sculpture and digital activism transforms
their brand into a hybrid Gesamtkunstwerk. www.ubermorgen.com

General information: www.transartinstitute.org


Klaus Knoll, Dr. phil.
Director, Transart Institute


USA: 347 410 9905 Fax: 508 682 2853

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