The results will be announced no later than May 5, 2017.The program is held July 10–24, 2017.
With Summer School as School, Stacion – Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina and partner institutions have created a unique collaborative international educational platform based in Prishtina, as a progressing model; developing an interdisciplinary curriculum and engaging practitioners in sharing knowledge and expertise with international students and the public.
Originally inspired by the case of Kosovo, where the education system was structured in the mid-1970s, Summer School as School is designed to unite and disseminate critical knowledge and address relevant challenges of today, implementing new models and possibilities in art education and artistic collaboration.
The program for 2017 is structured as a hub with nine courses, combining theory-based and production classes, public lectures and presentations, guided tours, exhibitions and performances, producing a unique experience for participants and the public.
The faculty of Summer School as School 2017 includes Alfred Barr, Boris Buden, Triple Canopy, Yane Calovski, Beatriz Colomina, Keti Chukhrov, Adrian Deva, Patricia Falguières, Rike Frank, Felix Gmelin, Petrit Halilaj, Sami Khatib, Vjollca Krasniqi, Christian Rattemeyer, Bernhard Rudiger, Jovana Stokić, Nebojsa Milikić, Miran Mohar, Marina Otero, Renaud Proch, Besa Shahini, Branimir Stojanović, among others.
Summer School as School 2017 course leaders, lecturers, and collaborators have compiled a challenging and inspiring program for SSAS 2017, organised July 10–24, 2017.
Theory-based courses beginning July 10:
Course 3: Curating and Global Feminisms, course by Jovana Stokić
Course 4: Exhibiting: (En)Countering Temporalities by Rike Frank
Course 7: Only the Code Remains the Same: Publication as Material, Window, Forum, Copy, Container for Time by Molly Kleiman (Triple Canopy)
Production-based courses, including theory-based sessions, beginning July 10:
Course 5: The Rearview Mirror by Felix Gmelin
Course 6: Painting (Re)Framed by Adrian Deva
Theory-based courses beginning July 17:
Course 1: In the Museum of History by Boris Buden
Course 2: Performativity and its Institutional Ethics by Keti Chukhrov
Course 8: Architecture Exhibitions and the Politics of the Temporal by Marina Otero
Course 9: Memory and Typography by Toledo i Dertschei
“Publishing Against the Grain (The Reading Room)”, a new exhibition by Independent Curators International (ICI) that highlights the current state of independent, critical publishing as it exists in small journals, experimental publications, websites, radio, and other innovative forms around the world, and
“We wish you welcome to an active, inspiring and participatory day!”, based on a new work by Felix Gmelin, in part inspired by the work of Harun Farocki who uses the camera to question didactic methodologies. Also Brechtian "Lehrstücke", translated by Brecht himself as "learning-plays" serve as a model for this televised artwork, whereby Gmelin hopes to approach learning through acting.
Originally inspired by the case of Kosovo, where the education system was structured in the mid 1970s, Summer School as School is designed to unite and disseminate critical knowledge and address relevant challenges of today, implementing new models and possibilities in art education and artistic collaboration.
Stacion – Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina and partner institutions with Summer School as School have created a unique international educational platform, based in Prishtina, as a progressing model; developing an interdisciplinary curriculum and engaging practitioners from the region and beyond in sharing knowledge and expertise with international students and the public.
Summer School as School (SSAS) is a project by Stacion – Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina initiated in collaboration with IRWIN.
The project’s larger context responds to the art education systems of Kosovo, Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Slovenia.
Summer School as School 2017 is organized in cooperation with Allianz Cultural Foundation, supported by ERSTE Foundation, Trust for Mutual Understanding (TMU), Municipality of Prishtina, Independent Curators International (ICI) and RIT Kosovo. Complete list of donors and cooperation partners will be announced in due time.