flor llegint weecolors brCollaborative learning space on contemporary artistic practices

From February to June 2024

ACVIC's transversal capacity building programme aims to open up a space for collective learning about contemporary artistic practices, their languages and forms of knowledge.

The programme is built upon the lines of work of the Art Centre and the exhibitions which will be open at the same time. It is an opportunity to delve into contemporary artistic work both in terms of its materiality and the themes it explores, with the help of the artists who will be presenting their work at the centre.

It is a face-to-face theoretical/practical programme, thinking through materials and lending form to these thoughts. It will take an approach involving the human body-considering everything that supports it, surrounds it and which relates humans to each other and to the world.

It is aimed at anyone who takes an interest in contemporary artistic practices from different perspectives: artists, curators, theorists, students, teachers, amateurs, etc.

Bringing together a diverse group of people, the programme aims to show them what is happening at the art centre, to collect their responses from their curiosity and penetrating perspectives. There will be a final presentation at the end of the programme as a public activity.

Two professionals from the arts and education will support the group and will follow them in alternate sessions throughout the programme. Other sessions will involve joint work, and there will also be outings and visits to other contemporary arts spaces and projects in the surrounding area. The programme includes a series of open seminars and workshops related to the exhibitions, open to the general public.

The sessions are once a week on Sundays from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
From February to June 2024.
Start: 15th February
End: 20th June
At ACVIC Centre d'Arts Contemporànies

Anna Dot and Ángela Palacios

Capacity building in collaboration with: La Tintoreria, Espai 11 and L'Estrangera

Students, H.AAC members and unemployed people: 70€.

> Access to the registration form

Please fill in the form before 31 January. Places are limited, and places will be allocated by order of payment
- REQUIRED Applicants may send a letter expressing the reasons for their interest in the programme. Why would you like to take part? What are you hoping to achieve? (no more than one page).
- If you are an artist or have a specific practice (curator, researcher, writer or other), you may send a portfolio with examples of your work.

If you have any doubts, you can contact us by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 93 889 37 04

Anna Dot is an artist and holds a PhD in Translation from the University of Vic (2019). She combines artistic research with teaching the Degree Course in Fine Arts at BAU, and as part of the management team at Torelló School of Fine Arts. She is curator of the Casino de Vic’s exhibition hall, and is a member of the collective Morir de Frío, dedicated to cultural criticism and cultural management. Her work, represented by Bombon Projects, from Barcelona, focuses on the study of translation and communicative acts, and devotes special attention to the processes of reading and writing beyond linguistic limits. Conceptual in nature, her work is not based on the mastery of a specific technique, but is materialised through certain processes and in a variety of materials depending on the ideas she is workin on.

Ángela Palacios is a visual artist and cultural agent active in the context of Barcelona. Her hybrid profile comprises an artistic practice which connects drawing and painting with new technologies within collaborative projects; cultural mediation; research in the arts and artistic thought; self-management of cultural projects; and teaching. As an artist, she often takes part in creative laboratories, where she accompanies the processes of artists in their conceptualisation, production and exhibition stages. Since 2018 she has been a member of the feminist artistic collective Larre, and between 2013 and 2017, she co-founded and co-directed the self-managed space Larre.