15 July 2022
Contemporary Art and Curatorship: from documenta to the Biennale
The Summer School will offer two distinct but interconnected 2-week modules that together will investigate the history, management principles and strategies of the two art institutions documenta and La Biennale di Venezia. Students have the chance to fully immerse themselves in contemporary art and curatorship for 4 weeks, through lectures and visits of exhibition spaces in Kassel, Berlin and Venice.
Students can choose to enrol in both modules, or in each module separately, and will be provided with a certificate at the end of each in order to request credit recognition at their home university.
Silvia Burini, Professor of History of Contemporary Art, History of Russian Art and Curatorship at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice
Matteo Bertelé, Professor of Contemporary Art, History of Russian Art and Curatorship at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice
students who hold an undergraduate degree. Students are also required to have studied or be currently studying the following subjects at a University level: Art History; Fine Arts, Design and Architecture; Cultural and Media Studies; Exhibition and Curatorial Studies; Media Studies; Global Studies; Arts and Cultural Management.
The first module in Kassel will provide 3 ECTS, the second module in Venice will provide 6 ECTS.
EUR 800: A fee discount of €100 is offered to students coming from our Partner Institutions who are applying for the module in Venice.
There are no scholarships available.