FSAS 2021 Skills Programme

2021 FSAS Skills Programme

Places are limited on all our courses, so apply early by emailing the office at artadmin[at]

Please note - while we have done our utmost to schedule dates for all aspects of our artistic and skills programme due to COVID there is a chance that dates of courses held at FSAS may shift. 



Huib Haye van der Werf

11-12 March (online)

(Follow up in-person sessions will take place in Autumn 2021)

Maximum 10 participants - €60 for both sessions



Micheal Healy (UK) - certified DaVinci Resolve tutor. 

03 April : Media, interface and editing

10 April : Colour and effects

17 April : Fairlight, sound design and ADR.

€65 per session or €150 for all (online)


MOULD MAKING LEVEL 2- This course continues from the 2020 programme - Booked Out

Ciaran Patterson - Bronze Art

Maximum 4 participants - €150 (onsite)

22 & 23 May 2021



Ciaran Patterson  / Bronze Art

5 & 6 June 2021 (onsite)

Maximum 6 participants - €150 



Martin Downey - 3D Technology Ltd

10 June, Live & online - €100 



Ciaran Patterson / Bronze Art

19 & 20 June 2021 (onsite)

Maximum 6 participants - €150 



Mick O’Hara IE

03-04 July (at FSAS)

Maximum 4 participants - €150 



Delivered by Daniel Pharaoh

Duration: One full day 10am – 5pm, and one-half day 10am – 2pm. (online)

Date TBC, Live & online - €120

Work Places and their Future Stories – Online Summer School with Anamarija Batista

  • Led by Anamarija Batista, with invited guests Iris Laner and Sven Anderson
  • 1st July, 8th July and 15th July 2021
  • €50
  • Maximum Participants: 12

We are delighted that curator and art historian Anamarija Batista will be leading our 2021 Summer School, Work Places and their Future Stories.

The school will focus on how we can think about workplaces in the near future, and consider how we can relate them to the ideas of exchange and production. The school will discuss those questions in the context of serial working conditions, collaboration, knowledge production and art education. Batista has also invited art-historian and theorist Iris Laner and artist and academic Sven Anderson to contribute.

Anamarija Batista is a researcher, lecturer and freelance curator. Batista graduated in Economy and Art History at the University in Vienna. She has taught at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, the University of Applied Arts Vienna and Vienna University of Technology. She has curated a series of exhibitions including Productive Work – what is it supposed to be?, frei_raum, MuseumsQuartier; Bosch & Hofbauer, The Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna (2018); The Munchhausen-Effect. On Time in Times of Having No Time, Galerie 5020 (2017); and Crisis as Ideology?, Kunstraum Niederösterreich (2016). Her publication Rethinking Density: Art, Culture and Urban Practices was released by Sternberg Press as part of the publication series of the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna in 2017. Since May 2018 she has been working on the project Collective Utopias of Post-War Modernism: The Adriatic Coast as a Leisure and Defence Paradise with Antonia Dika, supported by the FWF (Austrian Science Fund).

Application Procedure

The school is open to artists, curators, writers, activists, musicians, architects and academics. Please note this three-session course has a limit on places. We will need - An expression of interest specifying why you are interested in the topic of Work Places and their Future Stories; a short bio 100 words maximum; supporting documentation of two projects maximum.

The school will take place online in three sessions -  1st July, 8th July and 15th July.

Email materials with subject header - Summer School: Workplaces and Their Future Stories in a single PDF to:

We are accepting material until 5pm 11th June 2021.

Image: Still from Gesprachssalon lecture series with Anamarija Batista