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Newsletter 10 - Outubro 2016

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PALESTRAS


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“A rose that is bleeding out of its ears”
Palestra com Agnieszka Knap

A PIN em parceria com a Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes convida Agnieszka Knap a fazer uma apresentação do seu trabalho.

6a feira, 11 de Novembro de 2016
às 19.00h
Local:
Biblioteca da Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes 
Rua Barata Salgueiro, 36 Lisboa
Entrada Livre

"Usar uma peça de joalharia despoleta uma variedade de experiências diferentes tanto do portador, como do espectador e do artista que a produziu. O contexto onde uma peça nos é apresentada – portador, galeria, rua ou ambiente doméstico – afecta o seu significado intrínseco. Como artista considero a dinâmica em torno deste contexto verdadeiramente atraente. As minhas intenções originais, ao longo deste processo, podem adquirir novos significados, e a peça ganhar uma vida própria, para além da intenção original. Na palestra falarei sobre a minha prática como artista joalheira e como estes tópicos influenciaram o meu trabalho".

Agnieszka Knap obteve o mestrado em Design de Metal na Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design em 1999. Contemporaneamente ao seu trabalho como artista joalheira, é curadora e co-organizadora de eventos no contexto das artes e dos crafts. Agnieszka exibe regularmente na Suécia e no exterior, o seu trabalho está representado no Museu Nacional de Estocolmo e em numerosas colecções privadas. Ela trabalha e vive em Estocolmo, Suécia.

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EXPOSIÇÕES E EVENTOS


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"Filigrana Hoje" 
@ Fábrica de Arte Cubano
Havana, Cuba
A exposição estará patente até final de Dezembro.

Nesta exposição participam um grupo de membros da PIN cujo trabalho re-interpreta a técnica da filigrana:
Alexandra Serpa Pimentel, Ana Campos, André Rocha, Carlos Silva, Cristina Roque Dos Santos , Ines Sobreira, Liliana Guerreiro, Paula Crespo, Rita Morais De Andrade e Teresa Dantas.

No âmbito da exposição Ana Campos | membro PIN deu uma masterclasse e Susana Teixeira | membro PIN orientou um workshop sobre a técnica tradicional da filigrana.

Apoios: Instituto Camões, Embaixada de Portugal em Cuba e Grupo Amorim.

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Jewellery Meets Illustration – De ilustrações nascem jóias, de jóias nascem ilustrações.
@ Tincal lab
Rua de Cedofeita, 27 - 2º frente
Porto
A exposição estará patente até 09 de Novembro de 2016

"No ponto de encontro entre estas duas áreas criativas abre-se um espaço onde se desencadeia um processo de interpretação de formas e ideias tendo em vista a criação de novos objectos. Assim, cada ilustração está na origem de uma peça de joalharia e vice versa.

A exposição Jewellery Meets Illustration fez originalmente parte do programa do 10º aniversário da PIN - Associação Portuguesa de Joalharia Contemporânea e inaugurou na Ó! Galeria no Porto a 9 de Maio de 2015. Foram convidados 10 joalheiros e 10 ilustradores a integrar este projecto experimental. Agora, no Tincal lab será possível ver uma selecção dos trabalhos apresentados".

JOALHEIROS
Ana Pina (Membro PIN), Carlos Silva (Membro PIN), David Pontes (Membro PIN), Liliana Guerreiro (Membro PIN), Susana Teixeira (Membro PIN) e Teresa Dantas (Membro PIN).

ILUSTRADORES
Daniel Moreira, Hélia Aluai, Julio Dolbeth, Leonor Zamith, Maria Herreros, Tina Siuda.

Curadoria: Aurea Praga (Membro PIN) e Katja Tschimmel
Catálogo disponível: http://tinyurl.com/jrhmtcd

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Joalharia na casa rolão
ID Concept Store
Avenida Central, 118-120, 1º andar - Braga
Curadoria de Ana Pina | Membro PIN
A exposição estará patente até 31 de Dezembro de 2016

"A Casa Rolão, classificada como Imóvel de Interesse Público desde 1977, é uma casa apalaçada, situada na Avenida Central, em Braga. Edificada entre 1758 e 1761 por iniciativa da família Rolão, que se dedicava ao fabrico de sedas, foi projectada pelo arquitecto bracarense André Soares e está incluída no roteiro de arquitectura barroca da cidade.

Para celebrar a inauguração da ID Concept Store - Braga que irá ocupar parte do primeiro piso desta Casa, o Tincal lab foi convidado a deslocar-se a esta cidade para uma original exposição colectiva: 10 joalheiros portugueses aceitaram o desafio de criar peças exclusivas inspiradas nos belíssimos detalhes deste edifício barroco".

Participantes:
Ana Bragança . Ana Pina (Membro PIN) . Aurea Praga (Membro PIN) . Joana Santos . Lia Gonçalves (Membro PIN) . MATER jewellery tales | Sara Coutinho (Membro PIN) . Susana Teixeira (Membro PIN) . Tânia Gil (Membro PIN) . Teresa Dantas (Membro PIN) . WEK

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CONCURSOS E RESIDÊNCIAS ARTÍSTICAS


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Helsinki International Curatorial Programme 2017
Data limite: 30 de Outubro de 2016

"HIAP offers the resident curators a combined workspace and accommodation. Frame provides them with a working grant and a travel allowance from and to the curator’s place of residence. Both organisations provide the curator fellows with individualised assistance and networking support tailored to their project or research. The HICP curators have access to the international residency community and programme of events at HIAP, while Frame provides contacts with extensive networks of Finnish artists and other art professionals".
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Forecast 
Data limite: 30 de Outubro de 2016

"Until November 30, pioneers from anywhere in the world working in various disciplines may submit their project ideas. Selected participants will have the chance to work with accomplished mentors toward bringing their projects to fruition, and to present them to the public".
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Pollen 
Data limite: 1 de Novembro de 2016

"Since 1991, Pollen has been welcoming young artists of all nationalites, enabling them to realize a specific project or else to pursue personal research. Pollen is neither an art school nor an art centre, but a platform for communication, exchange and experimentation, propitious to the development and fruition of a creative piece of work.
Pollen offers young artists the support required for this to take place. In addition to exposure in the official contemporary art network, artists will also be able to benefit from inter action with the local community of the “bastide” town of Monflanquin, and the wider territory of the Lot-et Garonne. There is also a programm of meetings and discussions with art critics and people in the art-word, as well as craftsmen and the local population, to help develop the ability of artists to communicate their vision and their experiences, and exhibitions to enable them to show their work to the public…
Pollen could be defined as an experimental art centre which allows young artists to investigate, to exchange visions and experience, to experiment with materials and space, and to bring contemporary art to a wider public".

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LOEWE Craft Prize 2017
Data limite: 7 de Novembro de 2016

"In 2016 the LOEWE FOUNDATION launches the LOEWE Craft Prize, an annual international prize recognizing an outstanding work of craftsmanship that pairs an original artistic concept with a modern application of traditional methods. The award seeks to acknowledge and support international artisans of any age (over 18) or gender who demonstrate an exceptional ability to create functional objects of superior aesthetic value. By identifying work that reinterprets existing knowledge to make it relevant today while reflecting its maker’s personal language and distinct hand, the LOEWE FOUNDATION aims to highlight the continuing contribution of craft to the culture of our time".
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‘Horizons Arts-Nature’
Data limite: 12 de Novembro de 2016

"The HORIZONS “Arts-Nature” in Sancy event, programmed for 24th June till 24th September 2017, will be the eleventh contemporary art based event. The pieces are short-lived and specifically made for the Sancy massif (heart of the Massif Central in France).
Managed by the Sancy Tourist Office, the call for projects involves the creation of 10 works of art into the territory of The Sancy Massif Community of Municipalities.
This event is first and foremost a site specific project which likes to think of itself as long lasting and which involves all the local authorities and players in the tourist trade concerned.
Horizons “Arts-Nature” in Sancy is an artistic event of national influence and freely accessible; it is aimed at people of all kinds, informed or not. The works of art will be put up in places where they highlight the surrounding countryside’s qualities. Discovery trails and Art workshops for children are held around the art piece in order to mediate their content".

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Residency at Altes Spital Solothurn
Data limite: 15 de Novembro de 2016

"Altes Spital Solothurn offers Artists from all over the world a three months art residency which can be extended for one month. The Altes Spital is located in centre city in the historical district and lies directly at the river Aare. The historical Altes Spital Solothurn, with its multilateral possibilities, serves individuals of all age groups and organizations as a meeting place for leisure and creation by attending workshops and events".
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Inhabitant Zero
Data limite: 15 de Novembro de 2016

"The call invites individuals or groups to submit a project for their month-long residency in the Yellow Cabin on Kalejdohill. The proposal could be for a study of the surrounding area, a diary of their stay, a research on the issues of inhabiting a foreign place, a look into the particularities of Stockholm suburbia, an investigation of a public space in the making, or anything: surprise us!".
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The Camargo Foundation Open Call
Data limite: 24 de Novembro de 2016

"Applications for the 2017/2018 Camargo Core Program are now open. The Camargo Foundation welcomes applications from all countries, nationalities, and career levels:

  • Artists, in all disciplines, who are the primary creators of a new work/project. The Camargo Core Program encourages multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches.
  • Scholars & Thinkers (including  professionals and practitioners in creative fields such as curators, critics, urban planners, independent scholars, etc.) should be connected to the Arts and Humanities  working on French and Francophone cultures, including but not limited to cross-cultural studies that engage the cultures and influences of the Mediterranean region". 
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Francoise van den Bosch Foundation Artist in Residence programme 2017 at Studio Rian de Jong
Data limite: 1 de Dezembro de 2016

"The Françoise van den Bosch Foundation invites jewellery artists from outside the Netherlands to apply for an annual two months working period in a studio in Amsterdam during the months May - June 2017. Since 2000 the Foundation offers this opportunity to live and work in one of the most active jewellery communities in the world".
(Photo: 
Anna Maria Saar 'Performance Yab Yum, 2014')
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Open call for Cove Park
Data limite: 5 de Dezembro de 2016

"In 2017 Cove Park will award a minimum of three funded Crafts Residencies, of between one to three months each. Individual national (UK) and international designer/makers at any stage in their professional careers are welcome to apply. We will also award one residency lasting at least one month to an emerging designer/maker based in Scotland".
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PREZIOSA Young Design Competition 2017
Data limite: 15 de Dezembro de 2016

"In a world that wants us more and more homologated, equal to each other, but at the same time puts the emphasis on racial, religious or ideological differences, erecting walls in defense of false values, and imprisons those who seem different, the valorization of its own and others’ cultural identity becomes a respectful and mutual understanding issue.
Everyone has the right and the duty to cultivate its present history and its traditions, and transmitting them to his children, in the forms and in the manner that every people choose for itself.
A kind of world cultural domination wants to dictate to all of us how to make our choices, how to dress, how to talk, what to eat, and what art to produce.
Far from being a limit, the cultural differences are an inalienable wealth for the whole of humanity, and not just for a specific country, or a specific geographical, political or military area.
Classical art and traditional crafts, constitute for every human group and every single person a legacy that cannot be ignored, or simply put aside.
Contemporary research has its roots in this memory, and from it draws its nourishment.

Based on the above considerations, we invite worldwide young jewellery makers to apply and submit works from which emerges a research linked to the contemporary interpretation of traditional themes of your culture, in the broadest sense of the term.

Your research can be inspired to any traditional art or craft form, a material, a technique, an object of use, an ornamental detail, or architectural elements, without any limit. Immaterial source of inspiration are also admitted.
The creative process, the reasons, the objectives of the candidates should be explained through the objects and the statement submitted to the jury".

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Aura Festival Sintra 2017
Data limite: 30 de Janeiro de 2017

"O Aura Festival Sintra 2017 convida artistas, arquitetos, designers e cientistas a submeterem ideias de projetos / instalações / workshops para integrarem espaços interiores e exteriores na vila de Sintra".
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International Institute of Contemporary Art & Theory | Seaside Residency
Data limite: 15 de Abril de 2017

"The International Institute of Contemporary Art and Theory overlooks the Black Sea in the charming, coastal town of Mangalia, Romania. The program hosts international scholars, professionals, and students who are interested in art theory, art history, and art making in order to foster critical dialogue, professional networking, and a focused studio practice for participants".
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WALK & TALK
FOUR-DAY RESIDENCIES – ANOTHER DISCURSIVE EXPERIENCE

Data limite: o mais tardar 2 meses antes da data de início da residência.

"A special characteristic of Arc is the wonderful landscape that surrounds it. As walking can be conducive to the discursive process, we want to regularly invite two persons (artists or other practitioners) for shorter residencies, to take long walks in the beautiful green surroundings together. The idea is to give people time to enter into a longer dialogue in another rhythm and collaborative mode".

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Residencias R.A.R.O
Data limite: Durante todo o ano.

"R.A.R.O. arises from an interest in creating opportunities for dissemination, exchange and creation where artists find a common place for production and artistic development.

This type of organization of itinerant residencies manages to generate an original and unique artistic space and creates opportunities for artists to carry out their projects".
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STEP Beyond Travel Grant
The application deadline for Step Beyond travel grants is 60 days prior departure.

"Through this grants scheme, we fund emerging artists and cultural workers to explore and to exchange views, skills and inspiration. We have been supporting all kinds of cross-border creativity - including music, visual art, theatre, dance, film, documentary, multimedia, design, photography, fashion and cultural capacity building.
STEP Beyond Travel Grants are designed for up-and-coming artists and cultural workers to travel between EU and EFTA (European Free Trade Association), and countries bordering the EU.
Priority is given to individuals who are under 35 years old and/or who are in the first 10 years of their career. The STEP Beyond funding scheme emerged from previous mobility grant programmes such as Erasmus and APEXchanges".

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CONGRESSOS E SIMPÓSIOS 

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Symposium ThinkingJewellery 11
On the way to developing a theory of jewellery
Topic 2016: "The material of art – imagination and virtual worlds"
10th and 11th of December 2016
at the Trier University of Applied Sciences,
Department of Gemstones and Jewellery
Campus Idar-Oberstein

Academic colloquium with:
Dr. Sibylle Anderl, Ph.D. Marjolijn Bol (requested), Patricia Domingues MA | PIN Member, Rudy Faulkner MFA, Elvira Golombosi MFA, Dr. Niklas Hebing, Wilhelm Lindemann, Prof. Dr. Olaf Müller, Prof. Dr. Regine Prange, Mag. Paulus Rainer, Eduardo Tarin MFA and Silvia Weidenbach MA.

 

"The material of art
Imagination and virtual worlds

Precious material – gold, silver, precious stones – apart from its utility value, also has a lasting legacy because of its symbolic power. In the area of jewellery, the classic range of materials is supplemented by many natural materials and plastics that can be filled with meaning. Even in jewellery, art – the old mistress of fiction, utopian design and thus virtuality – outlasts time: Ars longa – vita brevis.

Meanwhile, it is not only the physics that has long since moved away from the traditional ideas of a ‘fixed’ material into dynamic cosmological models. The digital age is revolutionizing living conditions, and particularly people’s social relationships – probably to a greater extent than the invention of book printing at the beginning of the modern era.

Virtuality does not require proof of genuineness, or a real correspondence of material, shape and colour. In light of these – thoroughly omnipresent – scenarios, there is a growing desire for the authenticity of analogue life, for a permanence and value, which materialises in the material and therefore sensual presence of high-value goods that give a sense of identity, or in art. What contribution can art make, so that people in an increasingly.

Virtual world can adequately further develop the ground under their feet in analogue everyday life?
‘SchmuckDenken’ [Thinking Jewellery] is the attempt to reflect upon what jewellery is. It is about an interdisciplinary conver- gence either side of the crucial categories of handicraft or art, applied or free: to discover what jewellery is made up of, not what it looks like. The need for adornment and jewellery has accompanied humanity as an anthropological constant since the beginning. As an important cultural heritage, jewellery is continually reinterpreted in all eras. ‘SchmuckDenken 11’ collects relevant analyses and action perspectives for artistic practice".
Theo Smeets, January 29, 2016

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3º Congresso Europeu sobre joalharia: "The Jewel in Art and Art in Jewel"

Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona
17 - 18 Novembro de 2016

Participam Ana Campos | Membro PIN e Gonçalo de Vasconçelos e Sousa | Membro PIN Honorário

"The aim is that this Congress should promote the study of jewellery as an academic discipline. This edition will analyse it not so much as an independent topic, but in a dialogue with the different arts and with the artists, in an international geographical context and in the same timeframe as the collections of the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, from the medieval period to the individualized jewels of contemporary artists. The Congress will analyse jewels in relation to the visual arts and the fields of artistic creation: from the painted jewels of Romanesque painting, embroidery, medieval manuscripts, to the pictorial and sculptural values of modern jewellery. In addition, it will also take in the study of jewels as a vehicle for spreading artistic trends or as a cross-cutting path taken by artists outside the world of jewellery. And, in the last instance, jewels understood as the expression of an artistic universe in miniature over and above the skin-deep concept of them as luxury items reflecting the magnificence of the materials. Both private and public jewel collecting will also be the object of special attention".

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ESTÁGIOS

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A PIN oferece estágios

A PIN oferece estágios não-remunerados de dois meses, de forma a que os estagiários experienciem e conheçam a dinâmica de trabalhar numa associação de arte especializada em joalharia contemporânea. Embora sendo um estágio voluntário espera-se que o candidato demonstre motivação e dedicação, de modo a usufruir de uma aprendizagem gratificante no contexto artístico.
Para mais informação:
carlossilva@pin.pt

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LIVROS

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Arnoldsche Art Publishers 
nsaio6
New Jewellery from Idar-Oberstein


Edited by Trier University of Applied Sciences, Campus Idar-Oberstein. 368 pp., 17.5 x 24.5 cm, 266 ills. in colour and 22 in b/w. Softcover. English / German.

*Condições especiais para Membros PIN*

Informações e reservas:
carlossilva@pin.pt
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Arnoldsche Art Publishers 
BARBARA CARTLIDGE AND ELECTRUM GALLERY
A Passion for Jewellery


296 pp.,23 x 29.5 cm, 219 ills. in colour and 4 in b/w. Hardcover. English.
*Condições especiais para Membros PIN*

Informações e reservas:
carlossilva@pin.pt
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Arnoldsche Art Publishers 
PRIVATE CONFESSIONS
Drawing & Jewellery

Ellen Maurer Zilioli

Edited by Michael Buhrs, Museum Villa Stuck, and Carin Reinders, CODA Museum. 240 pp., 21 x 27 cm, 181 colour ills. Hardcover. English / German.


*Condições especiais para Membros PIN*

Informações e reservas:
carlossilva@pin.pt
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Arnoldsche Art Publishers 
KADRI MÄLK. TESTAMENT

328 pp., 18.5 x 30 cm, 365 ills. in colour and 15 in b/w. Hardcover. English / Estonian
*Condições especiais para Membros PIN*


Informações e reservas:
carlossilva@pin.pt

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