CCA-Tbilisi offers a unique 9-month Informal Master Program in 5 different fields:
Students from each of these fields are taught in separate ateliers both in theory and practice. All students also attend shared theory lessons.
The program gives each student the opportunity to reflect theoretically and in practice on his/her chosen discipline as well as to focus on the production of his/her independent works. All ateliers join at the end of the program to exhibit in a final show at the CCA-Tbilisi gallery space. This exhibition is then documented both in a printed catalogue and a digital publication (DVD). Together these form a professional basis for the students' further creative activities.
In addition all students attend the 9-month course "Bio Farming in Relation to Art Praxis" at the Cloud Library, residency of Mamuka Japharidze and Anthea Nicholson in Shindisi.
During the program students are also involved in other activities at CCA-Tbilisi: They assist curators and artists as well as attend various additional workshops and lectures.
Selected groups of 10 students maximum will be accepted per atelier. The selection criteria are the students' motivation and portfolio. Further selection is based on interviews.
Initiators and invited teachers have 12 years' experience in teaching and the organization of alternative art education.