Knowledge strivers and potential contributors of the world! Now calling for Inland Academy : an annual postgraduate programme on art, territories and social change. Students can apply (until 12.12.21) to the 2022 course that will operate from diverse locations and projects where Inland is engaging, such as documenta fifteen or the World Alliance of Nomadic Peoples, combining theory, practice and varied contributions from experts in agro-ecology, cultural local activation and contemporary art.
Inland Academy is a new learning space, in the form of an independent postgraduate programme, which will run from January to September 2022.
Our programme will have an interdisciplinary faculty composed of university staff, creators, cultural professionals, researchers and rural agents, all of whom are experienced practitioners and accomplished scholars such as Hito Steyerl, Lucia Pietroiusti, Ben Vickers, Natasa Petresin, Stephen Wright, Jakko Pallasuo, Kathryn Weir, Valentina Desideri, RuangRupa, Adam Sutherland, Elizabeth Povinelli, Jaime Vindel Gamonal, Marisol de la Cadena, and others. Personal tutoring is carried out by Inland team members and collaborators including Fernando Garcia Dory, Amelie Aranguren, David Prieto Serrano, Alex Alonso Diaz, Sergio Bravo, and Ana Pardo.
International application deadline: December 12, apply here.
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The Inland Academy project benefits from the generous support of [N.A!] Project, Andrés Serra, Serpentine Galleries (London), Royal Botanical Garden of Edinburgh, Madre Museum (Naples), Baltic Gateshead Museum (Newcastle), Grizedale Arts, other members of the Confederacy of Villages network, the faculty and many other individuals.