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PICTURE BERLIN's Residency Format

PICTURE BERLIN, founded in 2009, is a not for profit artist-initiated hybrid residency/art academy developed by artists for artists.

PICTURE BERLIN currently offers a Public Event Series during it's Summer Session:

12. JuLY - 26 August 2018

23 July - Monday

20.00 - Artist talk - Kerstin Honeit

> tête, Schönhauser Allee 161, 10435 Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg

 

24 July - Tuesday

20.00 - Artist talk - Frauke Boggasch

> tête

 

25 July - Wednesday

21.00 - DETLEF, an art bar

> tête

 

27 July - Friday 

20.00 - Artist talk - Emma Haugh

> tête

 

31 July - Tuesday

20.00 - Artist talk with Tarje Eikanger Gullaksen

> tête

 

2 August - Thursday 

20.00 - Artist talk with Mario Asef

> tête

 

16 August - Thursday

19.00 - 22.00 - Opening of Final Show at gr_und

> Seestraße 49 [Wedding]

 

23 August - Thursday 

18.00 - 22.00 - They Shoot Horses, Don’t They? A Curatorial Marathon 

> Kunsthaus KuLe, Auguststraße 10 [Mitte]

Curators include:

1. Pauline Doutreluingne

2. Solvej Helweg Ovesen

3. Teena Lange

4. Kate Brehme

5. Heiko Pfreundt

6. Lotte Møller

7. Övül Durmusoglu

8. Etienne Turpin

9. Hannah Kruse

 

The Fall Session

26. October - 4. November 2018

The Fall Session is a professional development opportunity for resident artists to be part of the Berlin scene in a concentrated and focused way through portfolio reviews, artist talks given by the residents and tours through the city which highlight the current pulse of the city. The Fall Session is geared to the artist who is ready to network and move to the next step in their emerging career. The residency is about exchanging ideas and facilitating connections not only in Berlin and beyond. 

The 10 day program is geared towards the artist who wants to focus on their professional development and facilitates their entrance into the Berlin art scene.

The program fee is: €1,759.00 for 10 days of programming excluding the cost of housing and travel.

The Fall Session offers:

 + 6 choreographed artist walks titled "In Search of the Miraculous" which is a 10 hour performance/endurance walk through 6 different neighborhoods with 8 Berlin based international artists

+ A tour of non-profit Project Space venues run by and for artists

+ A tour of Commercial Galleries

+ A curatorial portfolio review that includes between 5-8 portfolio reviews by International curators based in Berlin 

+ A public artist talk given by each resident to the greater Berlin art community at tëte project space

+ 4 artist talks and studio visits given by Berlin based artists 

+ The professional development workshop "Future Glitter" which is hosted by Eva Hartmann, a  Berlin based coach, helping the residents develop a clear and specific strategy for their work 

+ A tour of the Boros Sammlung

The program also offers:

+ a 90+ page Handbook filled with resources, biographies of everyone involved in the program and the schedule for the summer 

+ a copy of THE FIELD GUIDE Berlin - a 125+ page book that is dedicated to helping artists find the right resources to make their work in Berlin

+ an A/B zone public transporation travel ticket valid for the length of the program

+ a permanent artist profile on our PICTURE BERLIN website once the program has ended

The intense and dynamic programming is a chance for the resident artists to experience Berlin full on - with a well rounded program that engages the residents with conversation, dialogue and most importantly exchange not only with each other but more importantly with the city.

We are pleased to recommend a chance to hear former participating artists talk about their experiences in the program to better help potential participating artists understand what the program can offer. 

 

 

The Summer Session

The PICTURE BERLIN Summer Session 2018 is a unique opporutnity to be a part of not only the 2018 Summer but also to be automatically included in the PICTURE BERLIN 10 year Festival whcih is sceudled to happen in the Summer of 2019! 

The unique Summer Session encourages an active discourse on contemporary art while simultaneously giving the resident artists a chance to develop their work, meet artists and curators based in Berlin, exhibit their work and join the international PICTURE BERLIN community.  

The program fee for 2018 is €3,295.00. Housing or incurred travel costs are not included in the program fee.

The program offers:

 + 6 choreographed artist walks titled "In Search of the Miraculous" which is a 12 hour performance/endurance walk through 6 different neighborhoods in the city with between 5-7 Berlin based international artists

+ A group work review of each resident artist's work

+ A curatorial portfolio review that includes between 6-9 portfolio reviews by up to  9 different international curators based in Berlin

+ 'They Shoot Horses, Don't They?' - A Curatorial Marathon - up to 10 International curators based in Berlin speak about their practice during an evening event.

+ A one on one review of the residents' work by each of the four current PICTURE BERLIN faculty members.

+ An all day tour of Project Space venues 

+ An all day tour of Commerical Galleries 

+ 9 artist talks by Berlin based artists

+ The professional development workshop "Future Glitter" which is led by the professional coach Eva Hartmann, to help residents develop a clear and specific strategy for their work

+ 3 hours of German lessons

+ 2 exhibitions

+ Group dinners with artists and curators

The program also offers:

+ an actual map

+ a 90+ page Handbook filled with resources, biographies of everyone involved in the program and the schedule for the summer 

+ a copy of the Field Guide Berlin - a 125+ page book that is dedicated to helping artists find the right resources to make their work in Berlin

+ An A/B zone travel ticket valid for the length of the program

+ a permanent artist profile on our PICTURE BERLIN website once the program has ended

We are pleased to recommend a chance to hear former participating artists talk about their experiences in the program to better help potential participating artists understand what the program can offer. 

 

 

 

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