In the framework of the Goethe Residency programme, artist Angelika Herta is inviting 5 artists to co-research, explore and reflect on their creative practices in a playful way.
Angelika Herta describes the workshops as follows: “We will meet for around 90 minutes every Monday in September/October. Each week will have a specific theme: we will explore our relationship to collaboration, creativity, bodies, more-than-human perspectives, resistance, and borders. “
The first meeting commences 18.09.23 at Tallinn Art Hall Lasnamäe Pavilion (Jaan Koorti 24) at 17:00. This series of workshops is aimed at artists who are based in Estonia.
The workshop will be held in English.
This workshop would give artists the opportunity to share their experiences around following themes:
09.10 More than human
In the hopes of creating a nourishing collective experience, please make sure that you are able to attend all the workshops before applying.
If you are interested, please fill in this form in English by 11.09.23.
The organiser reserves the right to make changes to the schedule.
Angelika Herta currently lives in Cologne. She completed her Masters in Media and Fine Art at The Academy of Media Arts Cologne in 2021. She received a 6-month working scholarship for her project „We Animals“ from the Ministry of Culture and Science NRW and is currently a participant in ESoDoc – European Social Documentary training initiative with her documentary film „We Animals“.
The Art of Being Good residency programme is organised by Tallinn Art Hall in partnership with Goethe-Institut Estland. The aim of this program is to spur artistic research and discourse in Tallinn on the topics of ecological awareness, environmental sustainability and the ethics of making art.
The Goethe-Institut is the cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany with a global reach. We promote knowledge of the German language abroad and foster international cultural cooperation. We convey a comprehensive image of Germany by providing information about cultural, social and political life in our nation. Our cultural and educational programmes encourage intercultural dialogue and enable cultural involvement. They strengthen the development of structures in civil society and foster worldwide mobility.