News from the ifa
The ifa Gallery Stuttgart and the Akademie Schloss Solitude announce a five-month Curator-in-Residence program. It includes the conception and realisation of an exhibition dealing on art and crafts as well as of the accompanying publication. Deadline for submissions is 10 July 2015.
The Venice Biennale, which is taking place until November 2015, is the world’s most important art exhibition. Germany is traditionally represented by an official exhibition in the German Pavilion, which this year is curated by Florian Ebner. Read more about his concept, the German contribution and the role of the ifa as a major agent in the context of biennials.
News on Cultural Exchange
The Panorama Europe Film Festival 2015 brings European cinema to New York audiences. Running from May 29 to June 14, it showcases sixteen feature-length contemporary films.EUNIC | 29.05.2015
Reporters Without Borders Germany together with the taz Panter Foundation have announced a new scholarship for journalist who have worked in a country in crisis and need a break.Reporters Without Borders Germany | 27.05.2015
How can the global education agenda be implemented for the next 15 years? This question is guiding members of the UNESCO World Education Forum, which started yesterday in South Korea.UNESCO | 20.05.2015