If you’re an artist, looking for network, inspiration and a space for creating and producing art, all at the same place, then read on.
Berlin based AUTOCENTER is once again offering artists from all over the world their annual summer academy, ACSA, from June 17th until July 13th, with a former library in Berlin as their location and headquarter. ACSA is covering art classes, lectures and tours by artists and industry experts, with the aim of inspiring, teaching and learning from one another.
The theme this year is for participants to gain and share knowledge, experimenting with various communication tools and functions with the purpose of experiencing community and exchange. The four-week program offers classes twice a week, covering painting, drawing, sculpturing, concept- and media art.
AUTOCENTER is an art space, providing visual artists a platform where they can create, produce and network with other artists. Founded in 2001 by artists Joep van Liefland and Maik Schierloh, it has grown to be one of the most well-known art platforms in Berlin, presenting the city’s art life as well as it’s artists to a broader public audience.
Application deadline for is on May the 1st.
To read more about the ACSA 2013, visit their website here
Blog Post by Christa Reynheim in Berlin; Friday, Apr. 12, 2013