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Martin Roth Symposium II: MuseumFutures

Are museums allowed to entertain? And can they learn to take responsibility for their mistakes? From 7.9.-11.9.2020, the digital-analogue symposium will discuss critical questions about the future of the museum.

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International cooperation in the arts

The funding programme Artists' Contacts supports artists and cultural practitioners from Germany and from transition or developing countries with international projects. Application deadline is 15.08.20.

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Funding for International Exhibitions

The Exhibition Funding Programme supports artists in realising an international exhibition project in public museums, cultural institutions and galleries abroad. Application deadline is 15 August.

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[Translate to english:] Staatsgalerie Stuttgart

Learning to See in a Visual World

For Professor Dr. Christiane Lange, Director of the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, museums are ...

Artwork of the Month August 'Never Heard of Weekends'

A Maggi bottle next to the 'Critique of Pure Reason' by Immanuel Kant. Can these objects be related to each other? In the artwork of the month August, Joseph Beuys breaks down categories and hierarchies.

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New Study of ifa Research Programme

The study 'Cultural and Creative Industries Supporting Activities in Sub-Saharan Africa' explores how, where and why CCIs programmes are implemented and put forward a case for more sustainable projects with a stronger focus on local ownership.

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Hôtel El Safir, Ex-Aletti, Algiers city center. Residence of the Black Panther Party delegation during the 1969 Pan-African Festival of Algiers
13. August2020-27. September2020

Bouchra Khalili: The Nordic Chapter

ExhibitionFotogalleriet, Oslo Kunstforening und TrAPOslo
Logo of exhibition "EVROVIZION"; © ifa

Not Knowing Introduces Itself

The new co-creative exhibition project of ifa 'EVROVIZION crossing stories and spaces' wants to explore the current socio-political situation in Europe while touring for several years. The first public event was supposed to be a get-together in Sarajevo, but the corona virus made it impossible for ...

About ifa

ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) is Germany’s oldest intermediary organisation for international cultural relations. It promotes a peaceful and enriching coexistence between people and cultures worldwide. ifa supports artistic and cultural exchange in exhibition, dialogue and conference programmes, and it acts as a centre of excellence for international cultural relations. It is part of a global network and relies on sustainable, long-term partnerships.

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