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Friday 29 November - Sunday 1 December 2013
Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam participates in the Amsterdam Art Weekend 2013. During this weekend SMBA’s opening hours are extended.
The Amsterdam Art Weekend 2013 is the second edition of an annual event in which 40 leading galleries and the city’s best known art institutions present the talent and inspiration that Amsterdam has to offer. SMBA participates with the international group exhibition 'Made in Commons'.
The Amsterdam Art Weekend coincides with the RijksakademieOpen. Other participating art institutions are amongst others De Ateliers, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and de Appel Arts Centre. The Amsterdam Art Weekend is an initiative of Capital A.
For more information: www.amsterdamartweekend.nl
Opening hours of SMBA:
29 November : 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.
30 November : 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.
1 December: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Conference dates: 13–15 March 2014
Deadline for papers: 30 September 2013
Key-note speakers / panel participants: James Clifford, Sarat Maharaj, Kader Attia, Wendelien van Oldenborgh, Daniel Birnbaum and other directors of collaborating museums
Organized by Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; ASCA/ACGS University of Amsterdam; Moderna Museet, Stockholm; Folkwang Museum, Essen; Tropen Museum, Amsterdam
Proposed admittance fee: 100 EUR
BijlmAIR is the Artist-in-Residence Programme of Centrum Beeldende Kunst Zuidoost (CBK Zuidoost – center of visual arts), Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam (SMBA) and Stichting FLAT (FLAT foundation).
For 2014 BijlmAIR invites artists and other cultural producers to live and work temporarily in Amsterdam Southeast. This period can be used for project research or for realisation of a project or work of art, following a relevant proposal made by the applicant. The selection committee of the participating organisations decides which proposals will be chosen.
The residency needs to relate to the transnational and intercultural society of Amsterdam Southeast. This can be done on all kinds of levels – urban, sociological, economical, historical, etc. The programme is primarily meant for young artists from the Netherlands and abroad, who finished their art education recently and are almost ready to enter the circuit of the larger art institutions. BijlmAIR aims to present the different residencies in 2014 at the end of the year.