PARTICIPANTS 2020 – 2021
Thank you for all the interest and the applications, the list of the participants of the TASAWAR Curatorial Studios, 2nd Edition (2020-2021), is out: Alexia Alexandropoulou, Sara Alhindi, Chourouk Amouri, Rania Atef, Safa Attyaoui, Ines Baccouche, Mohsen Bchir, Nejma Ben Boubaker, Syrine Bettaleb Ali, Samira Bouabana, Houari Bouchenak, Amal Bouzid, Salsabil Chellali, Hela Djebbi, Mouna Djebbi, Nesrine Elamine, Famkje Elgersma, Mohammed Oussama Houij, Kenza Jemali, Nadia Jmal, Zeineb Kaabi, Farouk Kamoun, Elham Khattab, Nadia Mounier, Daniela Nofal, Sarah Marie Schmidt, Abdo Shanan, Pia Stengl, Florence Vieira, Huda Zikri are granted participation to the program. The 2nd is a transnational collective with participants mainly from Tunisia, but as well with some from Algeria, Egypt, France, Germany, Syria.
A true and warm thank you to the entire jury, including Imen Bahri, Aymen Gharbi, and Salma Kossemtini, along with Emily Sarsam, the responsible coordinator from the Goethe-Institute, and Bettina Pelz, the director of the program.
TASAWAR Curatorial Studios is an art-in-context study program, open to students and to professionals of all ages that wish to improve their knowledge and competencies on curatorial acting in art and other contexts. The second edition of the TASAWAR Curatorial Studios will run from September 2020 to September 2021.
The program addresses artists and creatives, designers and exhibition makers, sociocultural workers and sociopolitical activists. We are interested in students and professionals of cultural, mind- and social sciences who want to include contemporary art in their projects. We like to work with architects and urban planners in the transdisciplinary learning community as well as with students and professionals dedicated to cultural heritage. Throughout the entire program, we will foster a poly-perspective approach to contemporary art.
TASAWAR Curatorial Studios are open for applications now. In September 2020, the second edition of the postgraduate study program TASAWAR Curatorial Studios hosted by GOETHE-INSTITUT Tunis will start. An online info session will take place on 24 July 2020, at 2.00 pm. Applications can be submitted until 15 August 2020. Interviews will be done in August.
For any questions, please send an email to Bettina Pelz and Emily Sarsam, GOETHE-INSTITUT Tunis