Agora is pleased to announce the launch of the third edition of AFFECT – Program for Collaborative Artistic Practices, initiated in 2014 by Agora Collective e.V. in Berlin.
A hybrid between an educational program and a thematic artists’ residency, the 2016 edition offers a diverse curriculum of workshops growing out of the research and practice of 7 invited Berlin-based facilitating artists and curators.
During each module participants are invited to collectively explore a topic and develop a set of practices and research methodologies around a central subject over the period of one month in the city of Berliin. Collective exercises, urban explorations and site visits, readings and discussions culminate in the co-generation of a final public event.
AFFECT 2016 Program modules by Judith Lavagna, Diego Agulló, Lorenzo Sandoval, Thelma Bonavita, Sarah M. Lewis, Kinderhook & Caracas (Sol Calero & Christopher Kline).
The program of AFFECT is initiated and hosted by Agora Collective e.V.
Agora is a member of CAPP: COLLABORATIVE ARTS PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM, a cross-European network of institutions supported by Creative Europe – Culture Sub Programme between 2015/2018 under the flag of “Art in social and community contexts”.