World art economies forum (WAEFOR)
Paris, from December 15 to 17, 2017
Launched by Biennale de Paris, the World art economies forum (WAEFOR) is expected to attract 100 participants from all over the world. The goal:
– promote economies alternative to the object-based art market;
– strengthen economies independent of the art market serving of artists and structures;
– promote innovative economies in the field of art and culture;
– favor synergies and collaborations between the actors in these economies;
– generate inclusive business models;
– accommodate initiatives and projects in line with these objectives;
– support anything that challenges the hegemony of the art market.
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Biennale de Paris en Guatemala
Guatemala, 1 – 11 Noviembre, 2017
Tema de convocatoria: ¿Funciona el arte como vehículo para la educación?
Convocatoria abierta
Fecha Límite: 30 Junio 2017
24:00 hrs
Requerimentos :
1)  Completar formulario en facebook.
2)  Enviar tu documento de propuesta a: guatemala@biennaledeparis.org
3)  Donación de 3 Libros de Arte (Idealmente en español).
4)  Todo artista o individuo interesado en explorar la educación a través del lente del arte.
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The Biennale de Paris in Guatemala
Guatemala, November 1 – 11, 2017
Open Call
Topic:
“Can art function as a vehicle for education?”
Deadline: June, 30th 2017
24:00 hrs
The goal being, as the first project for the biennale itself, to create a permanent art library open to the public in Guatemala; using the books collected from the application process as well as an on going book drive during the days of the event.
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From the Collège of Biennale de Paris, through Institut des hautes études en arts plastiques (Iheap) to École nationale d’art (ENDA)
Paris, since December 1st, 2017
After more than four years of the new – and soon to be ex – Institut des hautes études en arts plastiques (Iheap), a court decision declared the usage of this name illegal, although, it had been placed in the public domain in 1995 for more than twenty years…
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The Alternative art school fair (AASF)
New York, From November 17 to 19, 2016
(First Edition)
An introduction to alternative art schools from around the world.
Criteria for participation:
– Calls itself a school.
– Engages arts or creative practice education within their programming.
– Proposes something unique in terms of methodology, organization, mission, curriculum, final output.
– If the school does not call itself an art school, it should propose something that can impact or transform arts education.
– Is a space that generates alternative systems and new cultural models.
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The Biennale de Paris in Beirut
Beirut, from June 27 to July 3, 2016
Biennale de Paris in Beirut was developed by the sessionists of the session XI of Iheap (Institut des hautes études en arts plastiques) as a global project constituting a part of their curriculum in partnership with many Lebanese partners and affiliates. Main partner: The SHAMS Association (The Cooperative Cultural Association for Youth in Theatre and Cinema – SHAMS)
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French Theory: The (In-)visuality Series
New York, October 15th, 2015
7 PM
Iheap New York – Research Program
Apexart – 291 Church Street New York, NY 10013
The conference and the reception-apéritif is organized by Iheap, the Biennale de Paris and with the support of Apexart to launch Iheap New York brand new Session XI, 2015 in New York. In the decades following the Second World War, this cluster of extraordinary French thinkers were widely translated and read in American universities. Their works were soon labeled as “French Theory.” The “French Theory – (In-) visuality Serie” will investigate the question of vision and visuality, in relation to a broadly interdisciplinary spectrum of critical practices and contemporary theories. Conference’s Directors: Alexandre Gurita and Dr. Giovanni Tusa Panelists: Jean-Luc Nancy – “Desoeuvrement”, Steven Henri Madoff – “The Answerable Life”, Giovanni Tusa – “The negativity at work”, Steven Rand – “Diogenes and me”, Dylan Gauthier – “Post-Human”, Alexandre Gurita – “The Invisual”. With the participation of the sessionists of Iheap New York – Session XI.
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The Invisual
Beirut, May 15, 2015
7:30 PM (Beirut Time)
In present day Beirut, the lively art scene embeds complex issues and challenges that reflect the different art practices, aesthetic tendencies, and visual researches. In the realm of this small but vibrant art sphere, meetings are a major element that affect the evolution of this scene. During this Art Meeting, Alexandre Gurita will discuss about the “invisual” via online video chatting. Connected from Paris, he will tackle the way this art is taught at the institute (Iheap) that is run in Paris and New York (Fall 2015).
Art Meetings Beirut
+961 3 717 703
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What art collection for the future II?
Paris, March 6, 2015
Musée d’Art Moderne de la ville de Paris
11 avenue du Président Wilson
75116 Paris
Salle Henri Matisse
Free entrance
From 10 AM to 4:15 PM
Lecturers: Fabrice Hergott, Bérengère de Thonel d’Orgeix, Alexandre Gurita, Bernard Blistène, Béatrice Josse, Ghislain Mollet-Viéville, Alexandre Bohn, Jacques Salomon, Sébastien Faucon, Jean-Baptiste Farkas, Emma McCormick-Goodhart, Heinz-Norbert Jocks.
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