We invite interested participants, up to 30 years old, to apply for the photography training offered as part of the project (In)Visible Traces: Artistic Memories of the Cold War. The project is organized by BLOCKFREI – Association for Culture and Communication in partnership with Documenta – Center for Dealing with the Past (Croatia), Erkenntnis durch Erinnerung e.V. (Bautzner Straße Dresden), ARAC – Association for Contemporary Art in Bucharest (Romania), Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb (Croatia) and the artist Andrea Kulundzic.   ABOUT THE PROJECT The project deals with the historical, political, social and cultural aspects of

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With this call, we invite visual and performing artists to take part in the Creative Europe project (In)visible traces. Artistic memories of the cold war realized by BLOCKFREI – Association for Culture and Communication in partnership with Documenta – Center for Dealing with the Past (Croatia), Erkenntnis durch Erinnerung e.V. (Bautzner Straße Dresden), ARAC – Association for Contemporary Art in Bucharest (Romania), Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb (Croatia) and the artist Andrea Kulundzic. The project deals with the historical, political, social and cultural aspects of the Cold War period, focusing on the memory of marginalized and forgotten cultural heritage sites.

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Are you currently realizing or planning to conduct an upcoming project/research that deals with the topic(s) connected to Viennese contemporary art?   Do you want to experience ‘in situ’ research of the Viennese art scene and expand your professional network with its notable agents?   BLOCKFREI has created an individually tailored residency program for emerging international researchers, curators, theoreticians, critics, and/or art historians focusing on contemporary art.   Curators' Agenda: Research Residency, Vienna 2022 is a residency program for up to 3 selected international contemporary art professionals whose current practice and/or research is dealing with a

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Reshaping the Image of Democratic Revolutions 1989  International Spring Forum 16th-18th June 2021 (online) Call for Participants   BLOCKFREI and the project's leading partner Documenta from Zagreb with other partners invite you to join the International Spring Forum in a form of five online discussions dedicated to the topic of democratic revolutions 1989 and their legacy. The international spring forum is a second activity in the frame of the project “Reshaping the Image of  Democratic Revolutions 1989: European contemporary Perspectives and forgotten Lessons from the  Past”, co-funded by the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union. The

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Application deadline: 1 September 2019 Duration: 17 - 22 September 2019 Location: Kharkiv and Kyiv, Ukraine Project: The New Scene of Ukraine   BLOCKFREI - Association for Culture and Communication (Vienna), IZOLYATSIA. Platform for Cultural Initiatives (Kyiv) and Flanders Arts Institute (Brussel) have the pleasure to present a tailor-made Visitor’s Programme for international art professionals, which will be organised as a part of the Second National Biennale for Young Art, taking place in the city of Kharkiv in the period 17th of September – 31st of October, 2019. The Visitor‘s program is also a part of

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CALL FOR ART STUDENTS Hereby, we would like to invite art students from the University of Applied Arts Vienna to take part in the project Curators’ Agenda: VIENNA 2019 and collaborate with a group of international, emerging curators on the realization of a mutual group exhibition.   Application deadline: 1 July 2019 Exhibition dates:  Opening: Friday, 25 October 2019 Duration: 26 October – 2 November 2019 Location: Top floor gallery at Krinzinger Projekte.   About Curators’ Agenda: VIENNA 2019: Curators’ Agenda (C’A) is an annual 6-week curators-in-residence program taking place in Vienna from 16 September – 31 October 2019, organized for the fifth time by the Vienna based organization BLOCKFREI. It is

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Residency program for emerging international curators   Application deadline: 3 June 2019 Duration: 16 September – 31 October 2019 Location: Vienna, Austria   • Want to gain first-hand curatorial practical experience in one of the most vibrant art hubs in Europe? • Looking to improve your curating skills in a highly international setting? • Motivated to connect with notable agents of the Viennese contemporary art scene? • Eager to create connections with peers coming from different parts of the world? Curators’ Agenda: VIENNA 2019 (C’A) aims to answer your specific professional aspirations and to provide you with a unique first-hand curatorial experience during a 6-week

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