TASAWAR Curatorial Studios is an art-in-context study program.

It is open to students and to professionals of all ages.

We are looking for artists and creatives, designers and exhibition makers, to sociocultural workers and sociopolitical activists. We are interested in students and professionals of cultural, mind and social sciences who want to include contemporary art in their projects. We like to work with architects and urban planners in the transdisciplinary learning community as well as with students and professionals dedicated to cultural heritage. Throughout the entire program, we will foster a poly perspective approach to contemporary art.

TASAWAR Curatorial Studios are free of an attendance fee but we expect you to assist in organization, communication and documentation of the program and its activities. This might include fundraising depending on the excursions we will do.


Monthly from September 2019 to October 2020
_ 3 to 5 days: one STUDIO that requires your full-time presence
_ 3 to 5 days: one TYT Online Course and Co-Working Unit
(small groups on individual agreements)
_ 3 to 5 days: Individual research and production of text, lecture and/or documentation
_ 3 to 5 days: TASAWAR Community Work, excursions and additional supportive activities

August – September 2020
_ +/- full time: Final Practice Project
(individual or small teams or as part of an international exhibition project)


15 July 2019 // Dar Lasram 2 // 4.00 pm to 6.00 pm

July 15 to August 15, 2019


Please send us your info via email. Make sure that you include your email, mobile phone and Whatsapp number so that we can contact you.

1 // To understand your background
Please send a CV with focus on your art, cultural and community activities.

2 // To understand the way you have been working
We will be happy to receive documentation on a social or cultural project you have done or participated in, but this is not a must.

3 // To understand your interest
Please write a text that explains how this study program will support your process of professionalizing or improve your ongoing practice.

4 // To understand your strong points
To include your knowledge, competencies and experiences in the TASAWAR learning and research community, please share with us what you could contribute.

5 // To be sure about your language skills
All classes will be in English and you need to be able to follow and to express yourself in English, but it doesn’t have to be perfect. Please tell us, if you are comfortable reading, talking and writing in English.


If you have any questions, please contact us.

Emily Sarsam, Frederike Meyer, Daniel Kugele, Bettina Pelz