ICA Student Forum Open Call


Open call for proposals – Student Forum ICA

Interested in curating public events for the ICA programme? Want to become part of a student community? Keen to engage with contemporary art practitioners, student peers and ICA staff?

We are looking for dynamic students to join our Student Forum and shape a public programme of events in response to the ICA exhibition programme, film screenings and performances. Working closely with ICA staff, students will engage with contemporary art practitioners as well as participate in current debates around art practice.

The ICA is a multi-disciplinary art institution that has been at the forefront of radical art practices since its inception in 1947, presenting an innovative and challenging programme of visual arts, contemporary music, international cinema, performance, live arts, talks and debates.

The ICA is hoping to work with approximately 10-15 new participants to the Student Forum.  We are seeking a balance of interests, creative disciplines, undergraduates as well as postgraduates. The ICA is committed to Equal Opportunity and Diversity. If your application is shortlisted you will be invited to attend an open meeting of the Student Forum in March.
 

If you are interested, please send us a few lines on your current activities, the focus of your course and up to 250 words in response to each of the following 3 questions:

  • What type of events have you attended at the ICA?
  • In your view, what could the ICA become?
  • What would you like to gain from joining the Student Forum?

Please e-mail your responses to learning@ica.org.uk.
Deadline is Friday 17 February at 5pm.

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