Sep 13. 2021 -Nov 05. 2021
Cycle 1 - July 24, 2021
Cycle 2 - August 28, 2021
Cycle 1: September 13 - November 5, 2021
Cycle 2: November 8 - December 31, 2021
In partnership with Berlin Art Institute, two groups of six mid-career contemporary artists working in the fields of visual arts (painting, drawing, sculpture, graphic art) and contemporary art (collage, assemblage, mixed-media, video art) will be supported with a full residency program in Berlin, Germany. The opportunity is open to Saudi citizens and will take place in the Fall and Winter of 2021.
The BAI Residency Program offers full access to the BAI Studio Program providing all participants with a workplace, individual coaching, courses, projects, lectures, seminars, workshops, visits, and an interdisciplinary discussion forum. The Residency Program’s concept is based on the discourse and engagement with the individual artistic work, in which an international team lecturers and colleagues are involved.
BAI offers regular events engaging with artists, critics, curators, and other creatives giving a space for all participants to exchange with the actors of contemporary art in Berlin during their stay. This provides important opportunity for stimuli and constructive critique in regard to maintaining and freely developing one’s own artistic position.
With its innovative concept of an international artist residency and contemporary art school, the BAI pursues the vision of advancing the relationship between art, training, and research.
Berlin Art Institute is an independent institute focused on research and training based in Berlin, Germany. With its concept of a production site, an innovative arts incubator, and international artist residency, the BAI pursues the vision of advancing the relationship between art, cultural exchange, and training as a process of consciousness-raising in which the participants can discover and emancipate themselves. The BAI banks on a constructive and critical discourse on a par with all persons involved.
BAI has had participants from more than 60 nations through partnerships with international art universities, art academies, embassies, agencies, institutions, organizations, associations, foundations and enterprises.