This is an in person course @ Studio Margret Wibmer in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Offered for a small group of maximum 8 participants. This is a collaboration with the Institute for Cultural Activism International , a New York based non-for-profit art organisation founded by John D. Halpern and Emily M. Harris.
This artist publication, a limited and numbered edition of 300, is released in parallel with the eponymous masked performance, a research and long-term project, developed by Margret Wibmer in collaboration with various institutions, organisations and independent curators around the world. It includes loving contributions by Marianna Maruyama, Mohamedou Ould Slahi and Camila Sposati.
Concept: Margret Wibmer in collaboration with PEACH Wien. Made possible with funding from Het Cultuurfonds/Tijl Fonds, Fondskwadraat, Jaap Harten Fonds, Land Tirol.
Offered for a small group in an intimate setting and in close collaboration with the Institute for Cultural Activism International, a US based non for profit, this course focusses on socially engaged and performance art. For anyone interested to learn more about art as a powerful tool for change. Available via https://margretwibmer.eu/shop/
It is my great pleasure to share the exciting news that the Institute for Cultural Activism International which I joined as board member last fall, is now officially a Tax Exempt Public Art Charity, a 501(c)(3) which means we can fiscally sponsor other artists projects and offer tax exemption to donors!!