Deadline: 06 May 2018
SOMA is a non-profit organization funded by artists in Mexico City where reflection and discussions regarding art and contemporary culture are promoted. SOMA offers an Academic Program aimed towards young artists interested in interacting with fellows to discuss and reflect in a horizontal way about various aspects of art production and to participate in the many seminars, workshops and lectures that the program offers. This program has a duration of two years and is conducted in Spanish.
SOMA searches for artists committed with their endeavor that demonstrate an interest in the discussion to participate and play a part in a community of cross-learning.
In order to apply, it is not essential to have a bachelor’s degree; however, those who are interested should present a portfolio that shows a solid body of work. As part of SOMA’s philosophy, all accepted artists will receive a grant that covers the 90% of the total cost of the program.
Operational functioning of the program:
The PES has a duration of two years and is divided into six quarters.
Our activities are divided into various lines of work:
–Education: seminars, workshops, and courses
–Production: editorial projects, final exhibition and project rooms
–Individual backing: tutoring for two years, quarterly mentoring, and individual interviews every two weeks
–Public program: Miércoles de SOMA
The age range for applicants will be from 23 to 33 years old.
Spanish proficiency (80% spoken and written.)
Foreign applicants can apply.
More information about SOMA’s Academic Program
The call will be open from February 26 to May 6, 2018.
Results will be announced on June 5 on the webpage.
The program begins on September 3, 2018.
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