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April 7, 2009

A Critics' Exchange Program

This one's in Wales. Three North American critics and three Welsh critics will be chosen for the program, which runs this summer. Deadline is April 20.

The program will involve two workshops, the first in Wales from May 24-30th 2009, and the second in Washington, DC from June 23-29th 2009.

Designed to develop coverage and critical discussion of Welsh arts, the program offers participants the opportunity to join intensive transatlantic workshops focused equally on developing their critical abilities, international discussion of Welsh art forms and developing relationships between the media in Wales and North America.  The program will also encompass bilingualism and takes as its starting point coverage of Welsh activity in Washington DC during the Smithsonian Folklife celebrations this summer.

Over the course of the program time will be spent in both Wales and Washington DC, with participants attending writing workshops and a variety of performances alongside gallery visits.  They will write reviews, discuss their work together and explore the role of the art critic. 

More info here.
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