Study visits within OP_FAME
The OP_VISITORS program contains series of study visits which are dedicated to cooperation between Poland and Germany. It centres on the topics which gives the opportunity to learn new models of work, organization and planning in the artistic area of both countries. The aim of the project is increasing the mobility and professional competence of the participants, based on the mutual experience and expert knowledge. The contacts made this way should not only shorten the distance between participants and experts, but also have a positive impact on the cooperation, integration and flexibility in the professional field.
We create the connection between people form Berlin and Wrocław who are interested in art and culture, and our purpose is to support networking for artists, curators and art collectors.
- 11- 12.06.2019 In June, we work not only stationary.
We are currently in the second block of study visits under the #OP_FAME project, which are held in Wrocław in cooperation with the WRO Art Center, as well as in Dresden as part of this year’s OSTRALE Dresden. Study visits in Wroclaw are behind us, in a week’s time we’ll see in Dresden!
Many thanks to Krupa Gallery, WRO Art Center, AIR Wro and JEST galeria for meetings.
- OSTRALE Dresden is underway. Between 17th and 19th of June it became a destination of our further study visits, being the part of OP_FAME program. We would like to express our very special thanks to Goethe-Institut Dresden, Gedenkstätte Bautzner Straße Dresden, Ausländerrat Dresden, Historische Tabakfabrik f6 Striesen, Alte Feuerwache Loschwitz and Künstlerhaus Dresden.
- 20-22.09.2019 The last of the OP_FAME study visits is already behind us. This time we have taken the participants of the project to Warsaw Gallery Weekend 2019. What did they see and what did they learn? They will tell us during the meeting WE / YOU / THEY during OP_Fame / Future Art Market Education – conference and workshops!
Text and photos: OP_ENHEIM, also the organiser’s social media and private archives of the artist.
The project is support by the Foundation for Polish-German Cooperation.