Lectures and seminars Introduction to Contemporary Art by Stanislav Savitsky

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08.11 - 15.12.2015, 18:30-20:00

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Program: [Educational projects]

NCCA, North-Western Branch
St Petersburg PRO ARTE Foundation
supported by
the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation
and Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation

in the frames of the School for the Young Artists program


Lectures and seminars “Introduction to Contemporary Art”

by curator and art critic Stanislav Savitsky

 

November 8, 3.00 pm
Lecture 1. “Art Strategies in Contemporary Art”

November 15, 3.30 pm
Excursion “Art Walk with Stanislav Savitsky”

November 16, 6.30 pm
Lecture 2. “Techniques and Trends in Contemporary Art”

November 23, 6.30 pm
November 30, 6.30 pm
December 15, 6.30 pm

Seminars “Techniques and Trends in Contemporary Art”

In his introductory course that includes 2 lectures, an excursion and a seminar art critic and curator Stanislav Savitsky covers major strategies in contemporary art and analyzes its leading techniques and processes: assemblage, installation, producing objects, performance etc.

Prior to the seminar the participants of the program are asked to create art works made in various techniques and later they present those providing a reasonable explanation why their work would belong to the chosen art medium.

Stanislav Savitsky is an art critic, curator and an associated professor at the Smolny Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the St. Petersburg State University and the European University; senior research associate at the Russian Institute of Art History and “Delovoi Peterburg” newspaper art critic.

For the program participants only.

School for the Young Artists is a joint project of the St Petersburg PRO ARTE Foundation and the North-Western Branch of the NCCA. The project is supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and the Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation

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