Service for members
The Tyrolean Artists’ Association sees itself as a lobby and platform for artists in and from the Tyrol. It also offers its members an information service about invitations to tender and exhibitions, a publication archive, and advice on stays abroad/residencies and freelance work as an artist. With their membership card, artists receive reduced/free admission to various art institutions in the Tyrol and the surrounding area.
Together with a number of partners, the association regularly offers information events on topics of particular interest to artists, such as social security matters relating to precarious employment conditions in the arts and cultural sector.
The newsletter for members is published every second month and contains information on current exhibitions and events run by the Tyrolean Artists’ Association, announcements of its members’ exhibitions and events, and a selection of current calls for tenders at home and abroad.
The curated members’ exhibition takes place every other year.
INTERNATIONAL IDENTITY CARD FOR ARTISTS
The International Artist’s Identity Card, issued by the International Association of Art (IAA), allows visual artists worldwide free or reduced admission to numerous museums and exhibition venues. Nationally active interest groups endeavour to get the card recognised in their respective countries. In Austria, this is the IG BILDENDE KUNST. When ordered collectively via the Tiroler Künstler*schaft, the card costs EUR 20,- for members of the Tyrolean Artists’ Association and is valid for two years.
In Austria, the international artist’s ID card allows free entry (as of October 2018) to:
Vienna: Architekturzentrum Vienna | Gemäldegalerie der Akademie der bildenden Künste | Josephinum | Jewish Museum Vienna | Kunsthalle |Kunsthistorisches Museum (all locations) | MAK | METRO Kinokulturhaus (exhibitions) | mumok | Österreichische Galerie Belvedere (all locations) | Museum of Folklore Vienna
Upper Austria: Ars Electronica Linz | Landesgalerie Linz | LENTOS Art Museum | Museum Arbeitswelt Steyr | NORDICO Stadtmuseum Linz | Schlossmuseum Linz
Salzburg Museum der Moderne Salzburg (both locations)
Styria: GrazMuseum | Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien, Graz | Universalmuseum Joanneum (all locations)
Lower Austria: Arnulf Rainer Museum, Baden | Forum Frohner, Krems | Museum of Caricature Krems | Kunsthalle Krems | Museum Gugging
Carinthia: MMKK – Museum Moderner Kunst Kärnten, Klagenfurt
Tyrol: TAXISPALAIS Kunsthalle Tirol | State Museums of the Tyrol* (all locations)
*Members also get free entry to the State Museums of the Tyrol with their Tyrolean Artists’ Association membership card.
TYROLEAN ARTISTS´ ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP CARD
This membership card entitles the holder to reduced entry to:
- Gemäldegalerie der Akademie der bildenden Künste, Vienna
- Kunsthalle Vienna
- Kunst Haus Vienna
- Leopold Museum, Vienna
- Secession, Vienna
- Arnulf Rainer Museum, Baden
- Austrian Jewish Museum, Eisenstadt
- Landesgalerie am Oberösterreichischen Landesmuseum, Linz
- KM – Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien, Graz
- Augustinermuseum Rattenberg
- Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck
- Schloss Ambras Innsbruck
- FLATZ Museum, Dornbirn
- Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Vaduz (FL)
- Museion – Museum für moderne und zeitgenössische Kunst Bolzano (IT)
- Museum Villa Stuck, Munich (DE)
- KUNST MERAN, Meran (IT)
- mumok, Vienna
- Schloss Belvedere, Vienna
- Belvedere 21, Vienna
The Portefeuille Vivant, our members portfolio, is shown on its own standing desk next to the mobile bookshelf in the Kunstpavillon. It is possible to include works / photos up to A3 format in the folder continuously, as they are exchanged every six months. Originals are sold free of commission. Details can be obtained in the Kunstpavillon.
The Kunstpavillon has a mobile shelf so that current publications by the members can be presented to the public. We also collect members’ catalogues and artists’ books in our archive.
The Tyrolean Artists’ Association regularly organises information events and workshops with experts for its members, examining relevant and up-to-date topics for visual artists such as social security and tax law.
In 2012 the Tyrolean Artists’ Association developed a new format representing exchange, space for experimentation, openness, collaborative thinking and action. The Salon aspect of the programme is aimed primarily at members of the association, expanding the existing exhibition and fellowship programme with a new level that is spontaneous, flexible, discursive and diverse. Project presentations, lectures, discussions and smaller exhibitions take place within this framework. The locations change: The Salon opens its doors in the Kunstpavillon, Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen and the Neue Galerie as well as– under the title Salon d’Artiste–in the artists’ studios.
Every two years, the Salon Expanded offers new members of the Tyrolean Artists’ Association an opportunity to introduce their own work but also artistic and non-artistic personal interests to colleagues and the general public.
This is a format to present different practices and directions of new contemporary art production in and from the Tyrol.