[artinfo] JvE A: Application for research period starting in 2005

geert geert at xs4all.nl
Thu Apr 1 10:50:29 CEST 2004


From: Koen Brams <koen.brams at janvaneyck.nl>

Jan van Eyck Academie
Post≠Academic Institute for Research and Production
Fine Art, Design, Theory

APPLICATIONS
The Jan van Eyck Academie invites artists, designers and theorists to
apply for a one or two year research period starting in January 2005.
Research proposals can be sent in before April 15, 2004. See for
application details www.janvaneyck.nl.

PROGRAMME
The Jan van Eyck Academie offers artists, designers and theorists time
and space to set up research projects and realise productions. The
objectives of researchers and advising researchers are of primary
significance to the heterogeneous programme at the Jan van Eyck
Academie. The programme covers everything that is being done¹ and
made¹ by the researchers, advising researchers, guests and members of
staff: lectures, seminars, workshops, presentations, studio visits,
exhibitions,
All activities at the academy are brought together in the weekly
programme. Interested people are welcome to attend these activities. An
update of the weekly programme can be found at www.janvaneyck.nl or you
can subscribe to the mailing list at program at janvaneyck.nl.

FACILITIES
The Jan van Eyck Academie facilitates an advisory framework for
individual and collaborative projects. Internationally renowned
artists, designers and theorists give artistic advice to the
researchers and create conditions for an optimal realisation of
research projects. The following advising researchers are active in the
Jan van Eyck Academie: Orla Barry, Norman Bryson, Sabeth Buchmann, Wim
Cuyvers, Linda van Deursen, Helmut Draxler, Paul Elliman, Marc De Kesel,
Stephan Geene, Jouke Kleerebezem, Aglaia Konrad, Armand Mevis, Eva Meyer,
John Murphy, Hinrich Sachs, Filiep Tacq, DaniŽl van der Velden and Annelys
de Vet. Besides this advisory framework, researchers are offered a stipend,
a production budget, a studio and the facilities of the technical workshops
(materials, wood, graphics, photography, time-based media, computer), the
library and the production bureau. For Dutch researchers the costs for
living accommodation in Maastricht are compensated. Foreign  researchers are
offered assistance in finding additional financial means.

Jan van Eyck Academie
Academieplein 1
6211 KM Maastricht
Netherlands
T + 31 (0) 43 350 37 37
info at janvaneyck.nl
www.janvaneyck.nl




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