The EU-funded ‘House of Europe’ programme invites art critics and researchers from Ukraine to apply for its Digital Lab.
The Digital Lab will be held in March 2022 and will last two weeks. The participants will attend more than ten lectures and workshops run by curators, art managers, artists, and representatives of leading cultural organisations from the EU, USA, and Ukraine.
During the Lab you will learn what it means to be an art critic, discover how to find and formulate an idea for research and work on publications. Consulting with mentors, you will create your own text or project description and compete for €500 for further work on it.
The deadline for applications is 30 November.
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