Open call for “ASH MA - Art, Science and Health Master of Arts” Online Pilot Course

A new international and transdisciplinary Master of Arts programme on the topic of Art, Science and Health will be showcased, tested and evaluated during a one-week Pilot Course held online in English language for a maximum of 40 participants, from Monday, November 7, to Friday, November 11, 2022, every day from 5.00 p.m. CET. Participation is free of charge; info on application process can be found in the continuation of this text.

During this week of daring and up-to-date theoretical, artistic and curatorial research, including lab work and experimentation, participants attending the pilot course will study with an international team of acclaimed mentors and lecturers such as Adam Zaretsky, Miodrag Šuvaković, Olga Majcen Linn, Nataša Teofilović, Dalila Honorato, Angelina Milosavljević and Ivan Skvrce. The course will explore an array of themes, for example: ideological and gender critique, DIY bioart, design of experiments and (human) bodies as interfaces. Interested undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students, practicing artists and researchers, and anyone attracted to the topic can apply for participation via this link. Applications are open until October 30, 2022, ad the detailed timetable can be downloaded here.

Besides building up on their practical and theoretical competencies in this new and exciting field of research, participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance. Attending this pilot course will bring important and valuable contribution to the content and methodology development of the new ASH MA programme to be implemented at partner institutions: Academy of Fine Arts, University of Zagreb (Croatia), Department of Audio & Visual Arts, Ionian University (Corfu, Greece), Faculty of Media and Communications, University Singidunum (Belgrade, Serbia), and NGO KONTEJNER ǀ bureau of contemporary art praxis (Zagreb, Croatia). The project is supported by European Union Program Erasmus Mundus Design Measures.

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