NEWS

Thomas Bayrle and Nicolaus Schafhausen in Conversation

Sunday, June 24
Fogo Island Inn
Gathering Hall
2:30-3:30 pm

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Frankfurt-based artist Thomas Bayrle is celebrated internationally for his multimedia works spanning mediums and movements including Pop, Op, and conceptual art, and for his influence on multiple generations of artists. In conversation with Nicolaus Schafhausen, Strategic Director, Fogo Island Arts, the artist will discuss his current retrospective at the New Museum in New York, as well as consumerism, politics, and the seductions of technology as intersecting themes in his work.

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NEWS, SPECIAL EVENTS

Artist Talk Series

Tuesdays
May 15 to December 18
6:30-7:30 pm
Fogo Island Inn & in the Community
Free and open to all

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Fogo Island Arts’ annual Artist Talk Series continues throughout 2018 with engaging presentations and conversations by artists-in-residence and special guests. Please join us at the Fogo Island Inn or in your community.
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FILM, NEWS

Fogo Island Film 2018: Resistance and Resilience

Thursdays
May 10 to November 1
6:30 pm
Fogo Island Inn
Free and open to all

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Fogo Island Arts is proud to launch Fogo Island Film, a new program devoted to international films that consider the diversity of relationships between nature and society. The inaugural edition, Resistance and Resilience, will take place at the Fogo Island Inn cinema with free screenings and conversations from May through November 2018.

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NEWS, RESIDENCIES

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: THE ISLANDS SUMMER/FALL 2018 ARTS WRITING RESIDENCY

Application deadline: April 29, 2018

Residency period: July 23 to September 4, 2018

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Art Metropole and Fogo Island Arts are seeking applications for The Islands, a two-part residency that aims to encourage arts writing and criticism in contemporary art. Open to Canadian and international applicants, The Islands will take place on Fogo Island and at Artscape Gibraltar Point on Toronto Island, Canada, from July 23 to September 4, 2018. Continue reading