Residencies as Research Clusters
April 8, 2011
RESIDENCIES AS RESEARCH CLUSTERS
Location: MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology
Bartos Theater, 20 Ames St., Building E15 (Wiesner Building), Lower Level.
A look at post-graduate school programs - primarily artists-in-residence and fellowship programs. What are the benefits to the artists? To the programs? To critical thinking and discourse?
Moderator and Speaker: Ute Meta Bauer, Director of the MIT's Program in Art, Culture and Technology.
JUDITH VICHNIAC, Associate Dean, Radcliffe Institute Fellowship Program.
TAYLOR DAVIS, artist and Radcliffe Institute Fellow.
MARCO SCOTINI, Director of Visual Arts and Curatorial Studies, Nuova Accademia di Belle Artis, Milan, Italy.
LAURA HARRISON, The Bogliasco Foundation, Bogliasco, Italy.
The Bogliasco Foundation was established in 1991 to the support the Liguria Study Centre for the Arts and Humanities, which offers residential fellowships to persons doing advanced creative work or scholarly research in the traditional disciplines of the arts and humanities.
LAJOS HÉDER, former Bogliasco Fellow and collaborator with Mags Harries of the Boston-based Public Art Collaborative.
PAMELA TATGE, Director of the Center for the Arts, Wesleyan University.