Deadline: 10 April, 2013
Open to: international applicants with experience, talent and enthusiasm for writing in this topic and exciting medium; confident use of English
Remuneration: 50 Euros per diem, reimbursement of travel costs to Salzburg, accommodation for six weeks
The Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts seeks a blogger for six weeks, to report independently, subjectively and entertainingly in English, on the official and inofficial activities of the Summer Academy.
About the Academy
The Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts, founded in 1953 by Oskar Kokoschka as the “School of Seeing”, in Hohensalzburg Fortress, is the oldest of its kind in Europe.
The Summer Academy has always remained faithful to two principles: the internationality of the teaching artists and students, and the opportunity for professionals, art students and amateur artists to participate in courses together.
Well-known artists from all over the world offer courses and workshops focusing on painting, drawing, graphic arts, (stone) sculpture, installation, mixed media, video, photography, performance and curatorial practice.
The unique atmosphere of the location, the outstanding quality of the teaching and the ambitious programme of events, with Lunch Talks, lectures on art history and theory, discussions, vernissages, gallery talks, etc., offer an opportunity for intensive participation in the production, reflection and mediation of topical contemporary art.
The Call is open to international applicants with experience, talent and enthusiasm for writing in this topic and exciting medium; confident use of English.
- reimbursement of travel costs to Salzburg,
- accommodation for six weeks,
- 50 Euros a per diem of
- contact with 300 highly motivated students and over 40 teaching artists mostly of international repute.
How to apply
Applications must be sent with CV and sample texts by 10 April 2013 to [email protected]