NP3 and Minerva Art Academy announce the winners of the RE:Discovery Open Call
Irene Berdine de Boer and Mina Kim.
The artistic program RE:Discovery is designed for alumni of the Frank Mohr Institute (FMI) 2016 – 2019, part of Minerva Art Academy (Hanze UAS). Artists who participate in the artistic program RE:Discovery have a unique opportunity to sharpen, deepen and boost their artistic research. NP3 and Minerva Art Academy announce Irene Berdine de Boer and Mina Kim as winners of the Open Call.
The selection is made based on the quality of the work, the artistic research and the extent to which the artistic research can be further developed within RE:Discovery. Both Irene and Mina have interesting starting points from which their research can progress, advancing their artistic practice and taking the next step in their careers.
RE:Discovery: an artistic program for alumni of the Frank Mohr Institute
Mina and Irene are challenged to make their research publicly visible, through several presentation moments within the process. From April 22 till June 6 they both will work, research, produce and present at the RE:Search:Gallery. They receive professional support from NP3, Minerva Art Academy/Frank Mohr Institute and external experts. The selected artists receive a working budget to take a necessary step that they would not otherwise be able to make.
RE:Discovery is part of the pilot project Artist in Space, a collaboration between platform Noordenaars (11 northern presentation institutions) and We the North (7 northern governments).Together, we want to strengthen the visual arts in the north of The Netherlands by creating new opportunities in the field of talent development within a broad partnership.