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SUMMER ACADEMY 2017 BLOG - Table of Contents



 17   In Between the Thought and the Artwork - The Focus is on Art Production! 
 18  At the Beginning, We Make Connections
 19  Making a Stepping Stone in Painting Practice - A Talk with Mark van Yetter
 20  Gesture as the fluid of life - a talk with Melissa Gordon
 21  The ABCs of Printing with Lukas Pusch
 21  The First Week of First Times
 24  Showing the Reality We Believe Inside - A Talk with Valerie Jouve
 25  Telling Stories Together with Tex Rubinowitz
 26  Thinking with Ruth Noack - A Few Words About the Curatorial Course
 27  Wednesday is the Day for Officials - The Landesrat Came By!
 28  Settling in. Am I Making Friends yet?
 31  The Story of Kokoschka
 1  The Magic of Untersberg
 2  Tony Chakar and the Class of Contemporary Flanerie
 3  Curating is working with people. People like Grace Samboh
 4  What Does it Mean to Be a Blogger?
 7  Step Out of Your Comfort Zone. Let Bernhard Martin Guide You! 
 8  Exploring Contemporary Drawing in Real Life with Till Megerle
 9  Jazzy Time: Art and the City
 10  Cake, Beer and Bosna - Getting the Actual Taste of Salzburg
 11  The Art of Tiny Objects. I talked to Marc Monzo about the Jewelry Class
 14  Building an Art Institution? Here's What to Keep in Mind.
 15  In love with the Stone - I spoke with Andreas Lolis
 16  Practicing the Ways of Seeing
 17  Transitioning Through the Periscope
 18   On Energy and Excitement from a Blogger's Perspective
 21  Working in Different Ways - I Talked to Michael Beutler About His Class
 22  Filmmaking is a Complex Thing. I Watched Distruktur and Their Students
 23  The Value of Gesture in a Magazine
 24  Miniature is More Than a Technique - I Talked with Aisha Khalid
 25  The Class of Paulina Olowska Exploded with Color
 26  So long, Princess! Chaos Calls!


I am grateful to all the Summer Academy staff - Hildegund, Simone, Gabi, Amy <3, and Laura.


Special thanks, I owe to the kings of my favorite room, technicians Thomas, Sebastian, Stephen, and Johannes who were kind enough to stoically bear with my moodiness, especially when good coffee was lacking.


I appreciate the openness of all the teachers and students. Belgrade is not across the world, so ring me up when you're in the Balkans.



Do skorog viđenja!




28/08/17 10:02 Summer Academy 2017

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