Open call: Summer School as School 2022

Open call: Summer School as School 2022

Stacion – Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina

July 8, 2022
Open call: Summer School as School 2022

Application deadline: July 15, 2022, 11:59pm
Public program: August 8–20
The Boxing Club, Prishtina, Republic of Kosovo
Stacion – Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina
Zija Prishtina Street
10000 Prishtina
Republic of Kosova

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Stacion – Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina is pleased to announce its seventh annual session of Summer School as School. The 2022 program of Summer School as School will revolve around twelve courses, in addition to the public program with lectures, conferences, performances, a film school program, DJ sessions, and exhibitions by artists, writers, and scholars including Julieta Aranda, Yann Annicchiarico, Sezgink Boynik, Goran Djordjevic, Martin Fritz, Daniel Cosentino, Vjollca Krasniqi, Sami Khatib, Bernhard Rüdiger, Boris Buden, Florina Jerliu, Marianne Plano, Esther Leslie, Suzana Milevska, Jelena Vesić, Gëzim Visoka, amongst others.

The application deadline is July 15, 2022. The results will be announced no later than July 18, 2022.

With Summer School as School, Stacion – Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina, the faculty and partner institutions have created a unique collaborative international platform based in Prishtina, developing an interdisciplinary curriculum and engaging practitioners to share knowledge and expertise with international students and the public.

After running for the past years to much success, and faced with the reality of war in Europe, this year’s Summer School as School builds its agenda upon the various perspectives and experiences that theoretically and practically reflect and challenge ongoing global and regional histories alongside the present, with its broader connections to art and society. 

Stacion – Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina and Summer School as School 2022 faculty have compiled a challenging and inspiring program, organized August 8–21, 2022, for the first time featuring two-week courses, combining theory-based and production-oriented classes, increasing the engagement of content, participants and faculty.

Course 1: Animating Elements: Air, Earth, Fire, Water, Ether
by Esther Leslie
August 8–13, 2022

Course 2: Notes, models, and study drawings as liminal objects
by Bernhard Rüdiger and Yann Annicchiarico
August 8–19, 2022

Course 3: The designer, the developer, and the control: computer graphics and when to let it go
by Marianne Plano
August 8–20, 2022

Course 4: Placeness
by Florina Jerliu
August 8–20, 2022

Course 5: Join, or Die, or…
by Daniel Cosentino
August 8–13, 2022

Course 6: The Emerging of New Vernacular Worlds in Culture and Politics
by Boris Buden
August 9–13, 2022

Course 7: Living with Contradictions: Contemporary Art and Nationalism
by Sezgin Boynik
August 8–13, 2022

Course 8: Institutional Critique and Institutional Practice
by Martin Fritz
August 15–20, 2022

Course 9: Ecofeminist Discourses and Art Practices
by Suzana Milevska
August 15–20, 2022

Course 10: On the Use and Abuse of Theory for Life
by Sami Khatib
August 15–19, 2022

Course 11: Undead Time
by Julieta Aranda
August 15–20, 2022

Course 12: The archaeology of former art and coming apocalypse
by Jelena Vesić
August 15–20, 2022

At the conclusion of each course, participants will be issued a certificate stating their equivalency of The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) credits.

Up to ten applicants will be selected to take part in each course. Applicants can register to attend more than one course and request student accommodation. 

Language of instruction is English.

Summer School as School 2022 is supported by The Trust for Mutual Understanding, École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts de Lyon, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, and Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation of the Republic of Kosovo, Faculty of Architecture of the University of Prishtina, Municipality of Prishtina, Austrian Federal Ministry for Art, Culture, Civil Service and Sport, and DZG.


Images above: [2] Summer School as School 2017 conference panel 2: Economic and social transformation in the post-90’s-Privatization process: For a common development agenda (Case study for discussion—Trepça). Panellists: Branimir Stojanović, Muhamet Mustafa, Visar Azemi. Moderator: Albert Heta. [6] Ari Benjamin Meyers and Sandhya Daemgen: End of Course 10 Performance Serious Immobilities featuring Tristan Halilaj, Liburn Jupolli, Arbnor Gashi, Marianna Feher, Mina Vučetić, Matija Milikić, Arta Konjusha and Albin Abazi. [8] Conference panel 1: Museum, a long march. Panellists: Charles Esche, Patricia Falguières, Jelena Vesić. Moderator: Albert Heta.

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