from the President -5: about World Art Day (WAD), read
IAA-World Executive-Commitee celebrates International Women's
conference about Ashraf Fayadh, 7 December 2015
Official Partner of Unesco, World President Bedri Baykam,
held a press conference in Istanbul at the Piramid art center
about the poet and artist Ashraf Fayadh who had been sentenced
to death in Saudi Arabia. read
from the President -4: about World Art Day (WAD), read
International Association of Art, IAA/AIAP, is
an NGO (a non-governmental organisation) working in official
partnership with UNESCO, with the consultative status, comprising
artists belonging essentially to the fields of painting,
sculpture, printmakers, and artists practising other forms
of creative work in the visual arts. read
can participate in the '8th Artist’s Books
Triennial Vilnius 2018', a project organised to
promote artist’s books and creators of artist’s
books from all over the world. This event is organised periodically
since 1997 and will travel to Vilnius (Lithuania), Leipzig,
Frankfurt, Hamburg and Rheine (Germany), Lille (France),
Silkeborg (Denmark), Venice and Vercelli (Italy), Seoul
(South Korea), Halmstad (Sweden) and Salzburg (Austria).
Extended Deadline: 19th of December, 2017. Read
France. A new place of Refuge for artists. A new
place of 1000 m2 was inaugurated on September 22nd, 2017,
in Paris. This place was left by a private Association taking
care of people living in the street: Emmaûs Solidarity.
The mission of this place is to help the artists in all
their administrative steps and artistic projects. 19 rooms
( 15 workshops and 4 shared workshops and common rooms)
will be at the disposal of the artists. This now official
workshop , helped by the City of Paris and the Ministry
of Culture, will organize free exhibitions, concerts, etc.
with the participation of French Regional Institutions and
artists. Address: 102 rue des Poissonniers. 75018 Paris.
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and Architecture/ A competition, proposal for visual
artists to participate to a Competition open in Germany
by the Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning,
read more through this link.