African Leipzig FELLOWS Announcement

African Leipzig is a project supported by the German Foreign Ministry in cooperation of The Center for the Less Good Idea, David Krut Projects, the Dresden States Art Collection and LIA-Leipzig International Art Programme and Atelier für Radierung Maria und…Continue readingAfrican Leipzig FELLOWS Announcement

Künstler / innenresidenz: Social Movements and organisations

“Female power – About accessibility of the art and educational sector in an intercultural perspective” LIA resident artist from Ukraine Uliana Bychenkova will have an artist talk at the Albertina library. Thursday, 28.10.2021artistic intervention and panel discussion6-9 pm, University Library AlbertinaBeethovenstraße, lecture hall participants Veronika Witte (artistic director Galerie Nord & Kunstverein Tiergarten)Dr. Harald Homann (Institute for Cultural Studies University of Leipzig) Ramona Schacht (artist Leipzig)Uliana Bychenkova (artist Kiew) moderator Anna-Louise Rolland (founder & director LIA- Leipzig International ArtProgramme) Uliana Bychenkova…Continue readingKünstler / innenresidenz: Social Movements and organisations

OPEN CALL TO SOUTH AFRICAN BASED ARTISTS FOR A 3 MONTH RESIDENCY IN LIA

Calling South African based artists from across all disciplines but with a focus in digital media output to apply for a collaborative print-making residency in Leipzig, Germany. The Centre for the Less Good Idea in Johannesburg (www.lessgoodidea.com) and LIA-Leipzig International…Continue readingOPEN CALL TO SOUTH AFRICAN BASED ARTISTS FOR A 3 MONTH RESIDENCY IN LIA

NORDIC LEIPZIG OPEN CALL 2022

Open Call for a Visual Arts Residency The Goethe-Institut Dänemark and the Goethe-Institut Norwegen, in partnership with LIA-Leipzig International Art Programme, are inviting proposals from visual artists based in Denmark, Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland, or Norway who would like to…Continue readingNORDIC LEIPZIG OPEN CALL 2022

OPEN CALL TO SOUTH AFRICAN BASED ARTISTS FOR A 3 MONTH RESIDENCY IN LIA

Calling South African based artists from across all disciplines but with a focus in digital media output to apply for a collaborative print-making residency in Leipzig, Germany.  The Centre for the Less Good Idea in Johannesburg (www.lessgoodidea.com) and LIA-Leipzig International…Continue readingOPEN CALL TO SOUTH AFRICAN BASED ARTISTS FOR A 3 MONTH RESIDENCY IN LIA

Silent Streets

03.09.2021-15.10.2021 Stefan Guggisberg/Aika Furukawa exhibition at The Japan Foundation in Cologne. ———>Press release Japanischen KulturinstitutThe Japan FoundationUniversitätsstraße 98,50674 Köln täglich geöffnet9.00 – 18:00 UhrMo bis Fr 14:00 – 17:00 Uhr Wenn Tage mit anderen Veranstaltungen im Saal(Filmvorführungen, Vorträge, Konzerte usw.)…Continue readingSilent Streets

Marten Bayuaji and Irfan Hendrian awarded for the Deutsche Bank fellowship

From Indonesia & Singapore, the two artists are granted for a three-month residency in LIA from November 1st to January 28th, 2022 Irfan Hendrian (1987) is an artist, industrial printmaker and graphic designer known for his formal explorations in abstraction.…Continue readingMarten Bayuaji and Irfan Hendrian awarded for the Deutsche Bank fellowship

LIA Annual Report 2020

Our LIA annual report about an exciting year 2020, click to view:Continue readingLIA Annual Report 2020

RESONATE , March 7th 2021

Announcing the new online concert series, Resonate, which combines music with visual art, and encourages online interaction between performers and audience   Direct Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcHNV8aI8CE The new online concert series Resonate is a collaboration between Musicians of the Gewandhaus Orchestra,…Continue readingRESONATE , March 7th 2021

LVZ Kultur from 15.06.2020, Bastian Schröder: Für 80 Tage aus der Welt.

LVZ Kultur from 15.06.2020, Bastian Schröder: “Out of the world for 80 days. A global pandemic and thousands of kilometres from home: How two artists from two artists from Myanmar and the USA experience the Corona crisis in Leipzig.” Online:…Continue readingLVZ Kultur from 15.06.2020, Bastian Schröder: Für 80 Tage aus der Welt.