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2014 Weekly Planner with photographs from the International Summer School of Photography 2013. Produced in partnership by ISSP, Kuld朝ga District Council, Art Academy of Latvia and Antalis AS.


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2014 Q1

January W 1 2 3 4 5

M

T

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

W 1 8 15 22 29

T 2 9 16 23 30

F 3 10 17 24 31

February S 4 11 18 25

S 5 12 19 26

W 5 6 7 8 9

M

T

3 10 17 24

4 11 18 25

W

T

March

F

S 1 5 6 7 8 12 13 14 15 19 20 21 22 26 27 28

S 2 9 16 23

W 9 10 11 12 13 14

M

T

W

T

F

3 10 17 24 31

4 11 18 25

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

S 1 8 15 22 29

S 2 9 16 23 30

Q2

April W M T W 14 1 2 15 7 8 9 16 14 15 16 17 21 22 23 18 28 29 30

T 3 10 17 24

May F 4 11 18 25

S 5 12 19 26

S 6 13 20 27

W M T W 18 19 5 6 7 20 12 13 14 21 19 20 21 22 26 27 28

T 1 8 15 22 29

June F 2 9 16 23 30

S 3 10 17 24 31

S 4 11 18 25

W M T 22 23 2 3 24 9 10 25 16 17 26 23 24 27 30

W

T

F

S

4 11 18 25

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

S 1 8 15 22 29

Q3

July W M T W 27 1 2 28 7 8 9 29 14 15 16 30 21 22 23 31 28 29 30

T 3 10 17 24 31

August F 4 11 18 25

S 5 12 19 26

S 6 13 20 27

W M T W 31 32 4 5 6 33 11 12 13 34 18 19 20 35 25 26 27

T 7 14 21 28

F 1 8 15 22 29

September S 2 9 16 23 30

S 3 10 17 24 31

W M T 36 1 2 37 8 9 38 15 16 39 22 23 40 29 30

W 3 10 17 24

T 4 11 18 25

F 5 12 19 26

S 6 13 20 27

S 7 14 21 28

Q4

October W M T W 40 1 41 6 7 8 42 13 14 15 43 20 21 22 44 27 28 29

T 2 9 16 23 30

F 3 10 17 24 31

November S 4 11 18 25

S 5 12 19 26

W M T W 44 45 3 4 5 46 10 11 12 47 17 18 19 48 24 25 26

T

F

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

December S 1 8 15 22 29

S 2 9 16 23 30

W M T W 49 1 2 3 50 8 9 10 51 15 16 17 52 22 23 24 1 29 30 31

T 4 11 18 25

F 5 12 19 26

S 6 13 20 27

S 7 14 21 28


2015 Q1

January W 1 2 3 4 5

M

T

W

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

T 1 8 15 22 29

February

F 2 9 16 23 30

S 3 10 17 24 31

S 4 11 18 25

W 5 6 7 8 9

M

T

W

2 9 16 23

3 10 17 24

4 11 18 25

F 3 10 17 24

S 4 11 18 25

S 5 12 19 26

W M T W 18 19 4 5 6 20 11 12 13 21 18 19 20 22 25 26 27

T

F

March S

S 1 5 6 7 8 12 13 14 15 19 20 21 22 26 27 28

W M T 9 10 2 3 11 9 10 12 16 17 13 23 24 14 30 31

W

T

F

S

4 11 18 25

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

S 1 8 15 22 29

F 5 12 19 26

S 6 13 20 27

S 7 14 21 28

S 5 12 19 26

S 6 13 20 27

S 5 12 19 26

S 6 13 20 27

Q2

April W M T W 14 1 15 6 7 8 16 13 14 15 17 20 21 22 18 27 28 29

T 2 9 16 23 30

May T 7 14 21 28

June F 1 8 15 22 29

S 2 9 16 23 30

S 3 10 17 24 31

W M T 23 1 2 24 8 9 25 15 16 26 22 23 27 29 30

W 3 10 17 24

T 4 11 18 25

Q3

July W M T W 27 1 28 6 7 8 29 13 14 15 30 20 21 22 31 27 28 29

T 2 9 16 23 30

August F 3 10 17 24 31

S 4 11 18 25

S 5 12 19 26

W 31 32 33 34 35 36

M

T

W

T

F

3 10 17 24 31

4 11 18 25

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

September S 1 8 15 22 29

S 2 9 16 23 30

W M T W 36 1 2 37 7 8 9 38 14 15 16 39 21 22 23 40 28 29 30

T 3 10 17 24

F 4 11 18 25

Q4

October W M T W 40 41 5 6 7 42 12 13 14 43 19 20 21 44 26 27 28

T 1 8 15 22 29

F 2 9 16 23 30

November S 3 10 17 24 31

S 4 11 18 25

W M T 44 45 2 3 46 9 10 47 16 17 48 23 24 49 30

December

W

T

F

S

4 11 18 25

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

S 1 8 15 22 29

W M T W 49 1 2 50 7 8 9 51 14 15 16 52 21 22 23 1 28 29 30

T 3 10 17 24 31

F 4 11 18 25


Samoa

Honolulu

Anchorage

San Francisco

Denver

Mexico City, Chicago

Havana, New York

Caracas

Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo

South Georgia

Azores

Dakar, Lisbon, London

World Map

-11

-10

-09

-08

-07

-06

-05

-04

-03

-02

-01

00


Nairobi, Moscow

+01 +02

+03

+04 +05½ +06

Seoul, Tokyo

Sydney

Vanuatu Islands

Auckland

+07

Beijing, Perth

Jakarta, Bangkok

Dhaka

Mumbai, Dehli

Dubai

Cape Town, Cairo, Riga

Rome, Paris

Time Zones

+08

+09

+10

+11

+12


Good Days Recommendations from the ISSP staff astrologer :) Good days for starting a new project or business project: Jan 12, 16, 24 / Feb 8, 12, 20 / Mar 7, 8 / May 1, 2, 6, 13, 29 / Jun 2, 9, 25, 29 / Jul 7, 22, 27 / Aug 3, 18, 23, 29, 30 / Sep 15, 19 / Nov 8, 13, 20 / Dec 6, 10, 18 (+2015: Jan 2, 6, 14) Good days for organizing parties, exhibition openings, award ceremonies, other social events: Jan 4, 18, 31 / Feb 15 / Mar 14, 27 / Apr 10, 23 / May 8, 20 / Jun 4, 17 / Jul 1, 14, 28 / Aug 10, 25 / Sep 7, 21 / Nov 1, 15, 28 / Dec 12, 25 (+2015: Jan 8, 21) Good days for spreading info about events, starting an information or advertising campaign: Jan 3, 30 / Feb 27 / Apr 22, 23 / May 20 / Jul 13 / Aug 10 / Sep 6, 15 / Oct 4, 31 / Nov 27 / Dec 24 (+2015: Jan 21) Good days for finishing things: leaving work, breaking up a relationship, quitting smoking, etc.: Jan 11 / Feb 7 / Mar 7 / Apr 3, 30 / May 28 /Jul 21 / Aug 17 / Sep 13 / Oct 11 / Nov 7 / Dec 5 (+2015: Jan 1, Jan 28) Good days for submitting applications to all sorts of competitions: Jan 25 / Feb 21 / Apr 17 / May 14 / Jun 10 / Jul 8 / Aug 4, 29, 31 / Sep 15 / Oct 25 / Nov 21 (+2015: Jan 15) The best day for introspection, meditation, thinking about yourself and important things in life: Feb 27 The best day for starting anything new: a new project, new school, new marriage, new life, etc: May 2 / Aug 29 / NB! Mega-good day for starting anything new: Sep 15

Zodiac Signs Aries: Mar 21 – Apr 20 Taurus: Apr 21 – May 21 Gemini: May 22 – Jun 21 Cancer: Jun 22 – Jul 22

Leo: Jul 23 – Aug 22 Virgo: Aug 23 – Sep 23 Libra: Sep 24 – Oct 23 Scorpio: Oct 24 – Nov 22

Sagittarius: Nov 23 – Dec 21 Capricorn: Dec 22 – Jan 20 Aquarius: Jan 21 – Feb 19 Pisces: Feb 20 – Mar 20

Temperature & Speed Conversion °C

-40

-35

-30

-25

-20

-15

-10

-5

0

5

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

°F

-40

-31

-22

-13

-4

5

-14

23

32

41

50

59

68

77

86

95

104

kmph

32

48

64

80

96

112

128

144

160

mph

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100


Measures and Conversions Length 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

inch foot foot yard meter (m) furlong km mile mile nautical mile

= = = = = = = = = =

Volume 2.54 cm 0.3048 m 12 inches 3 feet 100 cm 660 feet 1000 m 5280 ft 1.6093 km 1.8519 km

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

US tablespoon US fluid ounce US cup US cup US pint US pint liter (l) US quart US gallon US gallon

Area 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

square foot square foot square yard square m acre hectare hectare square km square mile square mile

= ≈ = ≈ = = ≈ = ≈ =

= ≈ = = = = = = = ≈

3 US teaspoons 29.5735 ml 16 US tablespoons 8 US fluid ounces 2 US cups 16 US fluid ounces 1000 ml 2 US pints 4 US quarts 3.7854 liters

Weight 144 square inches 929 square cm 9 square feet 10.7639 square feet 43,560 square feet 10,000 square m 2.4711 acres 100 hectares 2.5900 square km 640 acres

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

gram (g) = gram (g) ≈ ounce ≈ ounce = pound (lb) = pound (lb) = kilogram (kg) = stone = short ton = metric ton =

0.001 kg 0.0353 ounces 28.3495 grams (g) 0.0625 pounds 16 ounces 0.4536 kg 1000 grams 14 pounds 2000 pounds 1000 kg

International Sizes Conversion Women's Clothing

France UK Germany USA / Canada S-M-L

Women's Shoes

Europe UK USA / Canada Japan

Men's Clothing Europe USA / Canada S-M-L

36 8 34 6 S

38 10 36 8 M

40 12 38 10 M

42 14 40 12 L

44 16 42 14 L-XL

46 18 44 16 XL

36 3½ 6 22

37 4 6½ 22.5

38 5 7½ 23.5

39 6 8½ 24.5

40 6½ 9 25

41 7 9½ 25.5

46 36 S

48 38 M

50 40 L

52 42 L

54 44 XL

56 46 XL

40 7 7½ 25.5

41 7½ 8 26

42 8 8½ 26.5

43 8½ 9 27.5

44 10 10½ 28.5

45 11 11 29.5

Men's Shoes Europe UK USA / Canada Japan


17 7

3

8

9

10

4

11

12

5

13

14

15

6

16

Planner Legend

5

2

6

= Public Holiday AR-AT-AU-BE-BR-CA-CH-CN-CZ-DE-DK-EE-EL-ES-FI-FRHK-HR-HU-IE-IL-IT-JP-KR-LV-LT-MX-NL-NO-NZ-PL-PTRU-SE-SG-SI-SK-TR-TW-UK-US-ZA

= New Moon 4

= First Quarter Moon = Full Moon

3

= Last Quarter Moon

2

1

= Good Days

cm inches

1

ISSP 2013 worskhop (see info pages) W 1

W 2

W 3

W 4

W 5

W 6


Weekly Planner 2014


Natalia Pokrovskaya (RU), from the series A young forest growing up under your meadows www.pokrovskaya.com

W1 / Dec-Jan

W 3


Mon / Dec - 30

DK-LV-NO

AR-AT-AU-BE-BR-CA-CH-CN-CZ-DE-DK-EE-EL-ES-FI-FR-HK-HR-HU-IE-ITJP-KR-LV-LT-MX-NL-NO-NZ-PL-PT-RU-SE-SG-SI-SK-TR-TW-UK-US-ZA

NZ-RU-SI

Tue / Dec - 31

Wed / Jan - 1

Thu / Jan - 2

RU

Fri / Jan - 3

RU

Sat / Jan - 4

RU

Sun / Jan - 5


Isabel Kiesewetter (DE), from the series Krist朝ne www.isabelkiesewetter.com

W2 / Jan

W 2


AT-EL-FI-HR-IT-PL-SE-SK

RU

Mon / Jan - 6

Tue / Jan - 7

Wed / Jan - 8

Thu / Jan - 9

Fri / Jan - 10

Sat / Jan - 11

Sun / Jan - 12


Ewa Malgorzata Lachowicz (UK /PL), from the series Untitled story about wandering

W3 / Jan

W 2


JP

Mon / Jan - 13

Tue / Jan - 14

Wed / Jan - 15

Thu / Jan - 16

Fri / Jan - 17

Sat / Jan - 18

Sun / Jan - 19


Sinead McDonald (IE), from illustrated diaries, 2013 www.sineadmcdonald.com

W4 / Jan

We were really silly together

W 6


US

Mon / Jan - 20

Tue / Jan - 21

Wed / Jan - 22

Thu / Jan - 23

Fri / Jan - 24

Sat / Jan - 25

Sun / Jan - 26


ClĂŠment Val (FR), from the series Without a trace www.clementval.com

W5 / Jan - Feb

W 2


AU

Mon / Jan - 27

Tue / Jan - 28

Wed / Jan - 29

CN-KR-TW

Thu / Jan - 30

CN-HK-KR-SG-TW

Fri / Jan - 31

CN-HK-JP-KR-SG-TW

Sat / Feb - 1

Sun / Feb - 2


Kaspars Goba (LV), from the series Kuld朝ga hospital

W6 / Feb

W 4


HK-MX-TW

Mon / Feb - 3

Tue / Feb - 4

Wed / Feb - 5

NZ

Thu / Feb - 6

Fri / Feb - 7

SI

Sat / Feb - 8

Sun / Feb - 9


Elena Kholkina (RU), from the book Did we ever meet? www.offonroad.com

W7 / Feb

W 5


JP-SG

AR-BR-JP-PT-SG

Mon / Feb - 10

Tue / Feb - 11

Wed / Feb - 12

Thu / Feb - 13

Fri / Feb - 14

Sat / Feb - 15

LT

Sun / Feb - 16


Diト]a Tamane (LV/EE), from illustrated diaries, 2013 www.dianatamane.com

W8 / Feb

Something is pressing and i am afraid to move.

W 6


US

Mon / Feb - 17

Tue / Feb - 18

Wed / Feb - 19

Thu / Feb - 20

Fri / Feb - 21

Sat / Feb - 22

Sun / Feb - 23


Johan Ă–sterholm (SE), The Wolf Hour from the series PelÄ?i Selfs (from illustrated diaries, 2013) www.johanosterholm.se

W9 / Feb - Mar

W 6


EE-RU

Mon / Feb - 24

Tue / Feb - 25

Wed / Feb - 26

Thu / Feb - 27

TW

Fri / Feb - 28

KR

Sat / Mar - 1

Sun / Mar - 2


Hirohisa Koike (JP), from the book Enter the Blue www.hirohisakoike.com

W10 / Mar

W 5


BR-EL

Mon / Mar - 3

BR

Tue / Mar - 4

BR

Wed / Mar - 5

Thu / Mar - 6

Fri / Mar - 7

RU

Sat / Mar - 8

Sun / Mar - 9


Cihad Caner (TR), from the series The Convergence www.cihadcaner.com

W11 / Mar

W 2


Mon / Mar - 10

LT

Tue / Mar - 11

Wed / Mar - 12

Thu / Mar - 13

Fri / Mar - 14

HU

Sat / Mar - 15

IL

Sun / Mar - 16


Katia Repina (RU/ES), from the series What ’s your number, baby?? katiarepina.com

W12 / Mar

W 4


EL-IE-MX

Mon / Mar - 17

Tue / Mar - 18

Wed / Mar - 19

ZA

Thu / Mar - 20

JP

Fri / Mar - 21

Sat / Mar - 22

NO

Sun / Mar - 23


Jeroen Staats (NL), from the series 5 Degrees www.jeroenstaats.com

W13 / Mar

W 3


AR-EL

EL

Mon / Mar - 24

Tue / Mar - 25

Wed / Mar - 26

ES

Thu / Mar - 27

Fri / Mar - 28

Sat / Mar - 29

Sun / Mar - 30


Andrejs Strokins (LV) from the series Passing by Kuld朝gas Rumba www.strokins.info

W14 / Mar - Apr

W 4


Mon / Mar - 31

Tue / Apr - 1

AR

Wed / Apr - 2

Thu / Apr - 3

CN-HK

CN-HK-TW

CN-TW

Fri / Apr - 4

Sat / Apr - 5

Sun / Apr - 6


Andrey Abramov (RU), from the series Found walking www.culturehall.com/andrey_abramov

W15 / Apr

W 1


Mon / Apr - 7

Tue / Apr - 8

Wed / Apr - 9

Thu / Apr - 10

Fri / Apr - 11

Sat / Apr - 12

IN

Sun / Apr - 13


Essi Orpana (FI), from illustrated diaries, 2013 essi.orpana@gmail.com

W16 / Apr

Our whole lives we negate ourselves from death.

W 6


Mon / Apr - 14

IL

Tue / Apr - 15

Wed / Apr - 16

AR-DK-ES-NO

AR-AU-BR-CA-CH-DE-DK-EE-EL-ES-FI-HKLV-NL-NO-NZ-PT-SE-SG-SK-UK-ZA

HK

AT-AU-BE-BR-CA-CH-CZ-DE-DK-EE-EL-ES-FI-FR-HKHR-HU-IE-IT-LV-LT-NL-NO-PL-PT-SE-SI-SK-UK-ZA

Thu / Apr - 17

Fri / Apr - 18

Sat / Apr - 19

Sun / Apr - 20


Ana Maia (PT/GR), from the series Long live Art큰rs www.anamaiafotografia.pt.vu

W17 / Apr

W 3


AT-AU-BE-BR-CA-CH-CZ-DE-DK-EL-FI-FR-HK-HRHU-IE-IL-IT-LV-LT-NL-NZ-NO-PL-SE-SI-SK-UK-ZA

Mon / Apr - 21

IN

Tue / Apr - 22

TR

Wed / Apr - 23

AU-NZ-PT

DK-IT-ZA

NL

IL-SI

Thu / Apr - 24

Fri / Apr - 25

Sat / Apr - 26

Sun / Apr - 27


Olga Ingurazova (RU), from the series Family values www.ingurazia.com

W18 / Apr - May

W 4


Mon / Apr - 28

JP

Tue / Apr - 29

Wed / Apr - 30

AR-AT-BE-BR-CN-CZ-DE-EE-EL-ES-FI-FR-HK-HR-HU-ITLV-LT-MX-NL-NO-PL-PT-RU-SE-SG-SI-SK-TR-TW-ZA

Thu / May - 1

EL-SI

Fri / May - 2

JP-PL

Sat / May - 3

EL-LV-LT-JP-NL

Sun / May - 4


Hemya Moran (IL/UK), from the series Samanta & I hemyamoran.com

W19 / May

W 1


EL-IE-IL-KR-LV-JP-UK

HK-IL-KR

Mon / May - 5

Tue / May - 6

Wed / May - 7

AT-BE-CH-CZ-DE-DK-FI-FR-NL-NO-SE-SK

RU

Thu / May - 8

Fri / May - 9

Sat / May - 10

Sun / May - 11


Gizem Demirel Okur (TR), from the series In between

W20 / May

W 3


Mon / May - 12

SG

IL

Tue / May - 13

Wed / May - 14

Thu / May - 15

DK-HK-KR

NO

AT-BE-CH-DE-EE-FI-FR-HU-NL-PL-SE-SI

Fri / May - 16

Sat / May - 17

Sun / May - 18


Andris Fedotovs (LV), from illustrated diaries, 2013 www.nomorephotos.berta.me

W21 / May

That guy came to the garage and asked for Andy. Andy is my father. "He has been dead for three years now", I said to him. He became very sad. I've never seen any of his friends so sad about my father's death. He was desperately sad. Then he tried to teach me some stuff about life and said i have to make a family. "Things will get much easier", he said. Was he kidding me? W 6


AT-BE-CA-CH-DE-HU-NL-TR

Mon / May - 19

Tue / May - 20

Wed / May - 21

Thu / May - 22

SG

Fri / May - 23

Sat / May - 24

AR

Sun / May - 25


Elisabeth Broekaert (BE), from the series MÄ ris www.elisabeth.broekaert.com

W22 / May - Jun

W 2


UK-US

Mon / May - 26

Tue / May - 27

Wed / May - 28

AT-BE-BR-DE-DK-FI-FR-HR-NL-NO-PL-PT-SE

Thu / May - 29

Fri / May - 30

Sat / May - 31

CN-LT

Sun / Jun - 1


Tina Remiz (LV), Der Spiegel cover from Kuld朝ga from the series Kuld朝ga coverage www.tinaremiz.co.uk

W23 / Jun

W 4


CN-HK-IE-iT-NZ-TW-ZA

Mon / Jun - 2

Tue / Jun - 3

DK-IL

SE

KR-SE

Wed / Jun - 4

Thu / Jun - 5

Fri / Jun - 6

Sat / Jun - 7

AT-BE-DK-EE-FI-FR-HU-NL-NO-PL

Sun / Jun - 8


Elizabete Rancト]e (LV/UK), from the series Hanging around www.elizabeterancane.com

W24 / Jun

W 2


AT-BE-DE-DK-EL-FR-HU-NL-NO

Mon / Jun - 9

PT

Tue / Jun - 10

Wed / Jun - 11

RU

Thu / Jun - 12

Fri / Jun - 13

Sat / Jun - 14

Sun / Jun - 15


Vik Laschenov (RU), Vihma tuleb – The rain is coming www.laschenov.com

W25 / Jun

W 1


AR-ZA

Mon / Jun - 16

Tue / Jun - 17

Wed / Jun - 18

AT-BR-HR-PL

Thu / Jun - 19

Fri / Jun - 20

FI-SE

HR

Sat / Jun - 21

Sun / Jun - 22


Topaz Leung (HK), from the series Finding Spr朝d朝tis www.studiotm.hk

W26 / Jun

W 1


EE-EL-LV

EE-HR-LV-LT

HR-SI

Mon / Jun - 23

Tue / Jun - 24

Wed / Jun - 25

Thu / Jun - 26

Fri / Jun - 27

Sat / Jun - 28

Sun / Jun - 29


Barbara Leolini (IT), from the series Portrait of Kuld朝ga www.behance.net/bleolini

W27 / Jun - Jul

W 3


Mon / Jun - 30

CA-HK

Tue / Jul - 1

Wed / Jul - 2

Thu / Jul - 3

US

Fri / Jul - 4

CZ-SK

Sat / Jul - 5

CZ-LT

Sun / Jul - 6


Mari-Leen Kiipli (EE), Sab朝ne

W28 / Jul

W 2


Mon / Jul - 7

Tue / Jul - 8

AR

Wed / Jul - 9

Thu / Jul - 10

Fri / Jul - 11

Sat / Jul - 12

Sun / Jul - 13


Paul Antoine Goutal (FR), from the series Are the kids alright? www.paulantoinegoutal.com

W29 / Jul

W 3


FR-JP

Mon / Jul - 14

Tue / Jul - 15

Wed / Jul - 16

Kuld朝ga town festival

Thu / Jul - 17

Kuld朝ga town festival

Fri / Jul - 18

Kuld朝ga town festival

Sat / Jul - 19

Kuld朝ga town festival

Sun / Jul - 20


Ariane Johnston Breen (UK), from the series Shadows shot to pieces www.flickr.com/photos/arianejohnstonbreen

W30 / Jul

W 1


BE-JP

Mon / Jul - 21

Tue / Jul - 22

Wed / Jul - 23

Thu / Jul - 24

Fri / Jul - 25

Sat / Jul - 26

Sun / Jul - 27


Tuna Uysal (TR), from the series Silent walk www.tunauysal.com

W31 / Jul - Aug

W 2


SG

SK-TR

Mon / Jul - 28

Tue / Jul - 29

TR

Wed / Jul - 30

TR

Thu / Jul - 31

CH

Fri / Aug - 1

ISSP 2014 opening

Sat / Aug - 2

Sun / Aug - 3


Daniels Mekšs (LV), from illustrated diaries, 2013 www.danielsmekss.tumblr.com

W32 / Aug

W 6


IE

HR-IL

Mon / Aug - 4

Tue / Aug - 5

Wed / Aug - 6

Thu / Aug - 7

ZA

Fri / Aug - 8

SG

Sat / Aug - 9

ISSP 2014 Exhibition opening in Kuld朝ga

Sun / Aug - 10


Claire Laude (FR), from the series When water comes together with other water www.clairelaude.de

W33 / Aug

W 1


Mon / Aug - 11

Tue / Aug - 12

Wed / Aug - 13

Thu / Aug - 14

AT-BE-EL-ES-FR-HR-IT-KR-LT-PL-PT-SI

Fri / Aug - 15

Sat / Aug - 16

Sun / Aug - 17


Volkan Kiziltunc (TR), from the series Not enough love www.volkankiziltunc.com

W34 / Aug

W 2


AR

Mon / Aug - 18

Tue / Aug - 19

EE-HU

Wed / Aug - 20

Thu / Aug - 21

Fri / Aug - 22

Sat / Aug - 23

Sun / Aug - 24


Viktorija Eksta (LV), from illustrated diaries, 2013 www.ekstav.tumblr.com

W35 / Aug

Lying in the grass, looping time

W 6


UK

Mon / Aug - 25

Tue / Aug - 26

Wed / Aug - 27

SK

Thu / Aug - 28

Fri / Aug - 29

TR

Sat / Aug - 30

Sun / Aug - 31


When I was 6 years old, I thought I will be at this age forever. I had the perfect plan, but then I turned 7

Anete Skuja (LV), Fact Nr.001/100 from the series 100 Facts about me

W36 / Sep

Fact nr 001/100 W 1


CA-SK-US

Mon / Sep - 1

Tue / Sep - 2

TW

Wed / Sep - 3

IL

Thu / Sep - 4

IL

Fri / Sep - 5

Sat / Sep - 6

BR-KR

Sun / Sep - 7


Lorenzo Palmieri (IT), from the book Another me www.lorenzopalmieri.it

W37 / Sep

W 5


CN-IL-KR-TW

HK-KR

Mon / Sep - 8

Tue / Sep - 9

Wed / Sep - 10

Thu / Sep - 11

Fri / Sep - 12

IL

Sat / Sep - 13

Sun / Sep - 14


Todd Hido (US), from the series Latvian light exploration www.toddhido.com

W38 / Sep

W 2


JP-SK

MX

KR

IL-KR-TW

HR

Mon / Sep - 15

Tue / Sep - 16

Wed / Sep - 17

Thu / Sep - 18

Fri / Sep - 19

Sat / Sep - 20

Sun / Sep - 21


Stuart Matthews (UK), from the series Dead wood: the Latvian timber trade www.stuartmatthews.eu

W39 / Sep

W 4


Mon / Sep - 22

JP-ZA

Tue / Sep - 23

Wed / Sep - 24

Thu / Sep - 25

IL

Fri / Sep - 26

IL

Sat / Sep - 27

CZ

Sun / Sep - 28


Sander Marsman (NL), from the series KÄ zas – Wedding www.sandermarsman.com

W40 / Sep - Oct

W 3


Mon / Sep - 29

Tue / Sep - 30

CN-HK

Wed / Oct - 1

CN-HK

Thu / Oct - 2

CN-DE-KR

IL-PT-TR

TR

Fri / Oct - 3

Sat / Oct - 4

Sun / Oct - 5


Evita Goze (LV/UK), Untitled www.evitagoze.wordpress.com

W41 / Oct

W 1


TR

Mon / Oct - 6

TR

Tue / Oct - 7

HR

Wed / Oct - 8

IL-KR

Thu / Oct - 9

TW

Fri / Oct - 10

Sat / Oct - 11

AR-BR-ES

Sun / Oct - 12


Arnis Balčus (LV), from the series Pelči notes www.balcus.lv

W42 / Oct

W 2


CA-ES-JP-US

SG

Mon / Oct - 13

Tue / Oct - 14

Wed / Oct - 15

Thu / Oct - 16

IL

Fri / Oct - 17

Sat / Oct - 18

Sun / Oct - 19


Vesa Aaltonen (FI), from the book Kakola prison www.aaltonenvesa.com

W43 / Oct

W 5


Mon / Oct - 20

Tue / Oct - 21

Wed / Oct - 22

HU-SG

Thu / Oct - 23

Fri / Oct - 24

Sat / Oct - 25

AT

Sun / Oct - 26


Krist朝ne Madjare (LV), Mari-Leen www.kmadjare.com

W44 / Oct - Nov

W 2


CZ-IE-NZ

EL-NZ

TR

Mon / Oct - 27

Tue / Oct - 28

Wed / Oct - 29

Thu / Oct - 30

Fri / Oct - 31

AT-BE-ES-FI-FR-HR-HU-IT-LT-PL-PT-SE-SI-SK

BR-FI-JP-SE

Sat / Nov - 1

Sun / Nov - 2


Camilla Pongiglione (IT/FR), Untitled #2 from the series Shimmering lights, blending shadows www.camipongiglione.com

W45 / Nov

W 1


JP

Mon / Nov - 3

RU

Tue / Nov - 4

Wed / Nov - 5

Thu / Nov - 6

Fri / Nov - 7

Sat / Nov - 8

Sun / Nov - 9


Jorge Coco Martin (PE/US), from the series Scannographies: Opus Incarnate 2013 www.cocomartin.us

W46 / Nov

W 1


Mon / Nov - 10

BE-CA-FR-PL-US

Tue / Nov - 11

Wed / Nov - 12

Thu / Nov - 13

Fri / Nov - 14

BR

Sat / Nov - 15

MX

Sun / Nov - 16


Lavinia Parlamenti (IT), from the series Diamonds are forever www.laviniaparlamenti.com

W47 / Nov

W 3


AR-CZ-SK

LV

Mon / Nov - 17

Tue / Nov - 18

Wed / Nov - 19

Thu / Nov - 20

Fri / Nov - 21

Sat / Nov - 22

JP

Sun / Nov - 23


Inga Ulena (LV/EE), from illustrated diaries, 2013 ulena@inga.lv

W48 / Nov

You are as a white sheet and 0 is your starting point. You can become whomever you want, again. W 6


Mon / Nov - 24

Tue / Nov - 25

Wed / Nov - 26

US

Thu / Nov - 27

Fri / Nov - 28

Sat / Nov - 29

PT

Sun / Nov - 30


Ailsa Bowyer (AU), from the series What are we, if not one

W49 / Dec

W 2


Mon / Dec - 1

Tue / Dec - 2

Wed / Dec - 3

Thu / Dec - 4

Fri / Dec - 5

ES-FI

CH

Sat / Dec - 6

Sun / Dec - 7


Rita Sonja-Maria Anttila (FI), from illustrated diaries, 2013

W50 / Dec

But nothing happened and I strongly felt there wasn't any death at this time. W 6


AR-AT-ES-IT-PT

Mon / Dec - 8

Tue / Dec - 9

Wed / Dec - 10

Thu / Dec - 11

Fri / Dec - 12

Sat / Dec - 13

Sun / Dec - 14


Michela Palermo (IT), from What remains (The untitled box) www.michelapalermo.com

W51 / Dec

W 5


ZA

Mon / Dec - 15

Tue / Dec - 16

IL

Wed / Dec - 17

Thu / Dec - 18

Fri / Dec - 19

Sat / Dec - 20

Sun / Dec - 21


Lua Flannery (IE), from illustrated diaries, 2013

W52 / Dec

Maybe a dream about change, not death

W 6


Mon / Dec - 22

JP

CZ-EE-LT-SK

AR-AT-AU-BE-BR-CA-CH-CZ-DE-DK-EE-EL-ES-FI-FR-HK-HR-HUIE-IT-LV-KR-LV-LT-MX-NL-NO-NZ-PL-PT-SE-SG-SI-SK-UK-US-ZA

AT-AU-CA-CH-CZ-DE-DK-EE-EL-FI-HK-HR-HUIE-IT-LV-LT-NL-NO-NZ-PL-SE-SI-SK-UK-ZA

Tue / Dec - 23

Wed / Dec - 24

Thu / Dec - 25

Fri / Dec - 26

Sat / Dec - 27

Sun / Dec - 28


David Fathi (FR), from the series Suspended rockets, radiant lands www.davidfathi.com

W1 / Dec - Jan (2015)

W 1


Mon / Dec - 29

Tue / Dec - 30

LV

AR-AT-AU-BE-BR-CA-CH-CN-CZ-DE-DK-EE-EL-ES-FI-FR-HK-HR-HU-IE-ITJP-KR-LV-LT-MX-NL-NO-NZ-PL-PT-RU-SE-SG-SI-SK-TR-TW-UK-US-ZA

NZ-RU-ZA

Wed / Dec - 31

Thu / Jan - 1

Fri / Jan - 2

RU

Sat / Jan - 3

RU

Sun / Jan - 4


Carlos Azeredo Mesquita (PT/DE), Principality of Sealand, from the series Detailed close-ups of far-off scenes www.carlosazeredomesquita.com

W2 / Jan (2015)

W 1


Mon / Jan - 5

AT-PL-RU-SE-SK

RU

Tue / Jan - 6

Wed / Jan - 7

Thu / Jan - 8

Fri / Jan - 9

Sat / Jan - 10

Sun / Jan - 11


Kukka-Maria Rosenlund (FI), from illustrated diaries, 2013

W3 / Jan (2015)

W 6


JP

Mon / Jan - 12

Tue / Jan - 13

Wed / Jan - 14

Thu / Jan - 15

Fri / Jan - 16

Sat / Jan - 17

Sun / Jan - 18


Timo Marttila (FI), from the series Waterfall www.iki.fi/tmarttila

W4 / Jan (2015)

W 4


US

Mon / Jan - 19

Tue / Jan - 20

Wed / Jan - 21

Thu / Jan - 22

Fri / Jan - 23

Sat / Jan - 24

Sun / Jan - 25


Giulia Cairone (SE), Untitled www.giuliacairone.se

W5 / Jan - Feb (2015)

W 1


AU

Mon / Jan - 26

Tue / Jan - 27

Wed / Jan - 28

Thu / Jan - 29

Fri / Jan - 30

Sat / Jan - 31

Sun / Feb - 1


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About


ISSP

2013


ISSP About ISSP Association ISSP is a non-commercial education and networking platform for photographers in Latvia and internationally, that works to offer high-quality alternative education for young photographers and to encourage the crossborder exchange of ideas in the art of photography. Since its establishment in 2006, ISSP has yearly run the International Summer School of Photography, curated a number of exhibitions, produced a number of publications, initiated several international education and exchange projects, established a contemporary photography education programme in Latvia, and, most importantly, gathered a thriving community of emerging photographers in Latvia and abroad. The International Summer School of Photography Taking place in Latvia yearly since 2006, the International Summer School of Photography aims to support the advancement of talented young photographers and to promote international networking among emerging photographers around the world. The Summer School is designed for professionals, students of photography and art and artists working with photography. ISSP offers six advanced masterclasses led by renowned international photography masters in a wonderful setting that makes close interaction between all the participants an integral part of the event. During the eight days of the School, each of the students produces a personal photography project under the guidance of their workshop mentor for the exhibition, which opens in Kuldīga on the last day of the School. The aim is to broaden the artistic and personal vision of the participating photographers, who come from all corners of the world. International Summer School of Photography 2013 took place from 3-11 August 2013 and hosted 71 photographers from 23 countries, who participated in six masterclasses led by international masters. For information on ISSP 2013 workshops, see next page. This planner features a small selection of the ISSP 2013 final works. The complete collection of participants’ projects is available on vimeo: www.vimeo.com/issp/issp-2013-final-works and at www.issp.lv ISSP 2013 will take place on 2-10 August 2014 in the same location. The applications are usually announced around end-March, open until early May. More information: www.issp.lv


ISSP About ISSP 2013 workshops W 1

Workshop No.1 Alternate Worlds: Photography and the Constructed Image by Esther Teichmann (DE/US/UK) This intensive workshop was an opportunity for the students to explore the relationship between fiction and the photographic, examining how staging images and working with them as objects allowed the creation of alternate worlds. During the week the students created images both inside the studio and on location, thinking about the construction of narrative fragments. The workshop also explored the photograph as a material and sculptural object, working on the image with collage and painting, and thinking about how new meanings are generated by juxtaposing images with one another.

W 2

Workshop No.2 The Vicinity of Narrative: People and Spaces by Todd Hido (US) Todd Hido works in rich, syntactical layers that he expertly sequences into simple, powerful narratives about relationships, home, and family that somehow ring true with universal memories. In this workshop the students were invited into his world as he made photographs alongside them. The students worked with models and local subjects, and spent time shooting places to explore the narrative power that is activated when sequencing a person with a place.

W 3

Workshop No.3 Storytelling: the Art and Politics of Photojournalism by Yan Morvan (FR) Images are everywhere – throughout the world, people communicate with photos more than with the words, for the good or the bad of it. In this sea of pictures, images on their own are worth nothing. Experienced photojournalist Yan Morvan invited his students to create a story based on real facts that they collected.


ISSP About ISSP 2013 workshops Workshop no.4 W 4 Follow Your Conviction. Working with the Media by Yuri Kozyrev & Andrei Polikanov (RU) Even in these hard times when the printed media has partially lost its position as the "golden client" and chief consumer of photojournalism, it keeps on looking for great photography, untold stories and charismatic photographers willing to provide them. This workshop gave practical knowledge about a variety of aspects of the photojournalistic industry. During the workshop, the students produced photo stories in Kuldīga or its surroundings, defining the theme according to their interests and convictions. Workshop No.5 W 5 The Photobook: Going Beyond the Form by Teun van der Heijden (NL) This workshop was an open dialogue with the students about the concept of a photobook as well as the practical aspects of creating it. A close collaboration between a graphic designer and a photographer is essential for the creation of a good photobook. As an experienced graphic designer, Teun van der Heijden took the role of a storyteller next to the photographer, daring his students to turn their projects into unique publications. The results of the workshop are individual handmade editions. Workshop No.6 W 6 A New Approach to Autobiography by Elina Brotherus (FI) Self-portraiture is a tricky and charged subject matter. In this workshop, Elina Brotherus and students discussed various aspects of autobiography, trying to go beyond the ordinary self-depiction. Individual work alternated with working together in the group and sharing time, images and experiences with each other. The task was to select and illustrate special moments from the students’ recent personal diaries. This workshop took place in frame of international Contemporary Self-Portraits project, bringing together students from the Turku University of Applied Sciences (Finland), Estonian Academy of Arts, National College of Art and Design in Dublin (Ireland), Bildmuseet of Umeå University (Sweden) and ISSP (Latvia).


Kuld朝ga Artist Residency

Kuld朝ga


Kuldīga Kuldīga and its Arts Scene Located 150 km from the capital Riga, Kuldīga is an ancient town, and many visitors also believe it to be Latvia’s most charming. The magic of Kuldīga’s medieval architecture (on the UNESCO National Cultural Heritage list), stunning nature, regular art and culture events – all of this provides an excellent opportunity to escape the haste and routine of working and living in a big city, and find a place of inspiration and creativity. Kuldīga has always attracted artists, filmmakers, designers and photographers as a location for their creative work. The only open-air cinema in Latvia, a modern library and the Art House exhibition hall, the on-going renovation of Kuldīga District Museum and other projects show the investment in the town’s art and culture infrastructure. The establishment of the branch of the Art Academy of Latvia in Kuldiga is currently in process. 2013 saw the founding of the Kuldīga Artist Residency, with the aim of presenting Kuldiga to an international arts and culture audience.

Kuldīga Artist Residency Kuldīga Artist Residency is a new player among other arts and culture initiatives. The residency’s program started in 2013 with the mission of providing a support platform for visual arts and creative industries (design, architecture) artists. Currently artists are invited by invitation only, but we are looking forward to develop programs that would provide grants for artists to support their creative processes. In 2013, the Residency already hosted 16 national and 4 international artists for longer or shorter placements. The Residency works in close cooperation with the Art Academy of Latvia, hosting regular workshops for its students. Projects aimed at the exchange of experience, as well as building up skills and knowledge are very much welcomed – please feel free to contact us. We look forward to cooperation with university level schools of art and creative industries, organizing field practices and workshops for students under the guidance of professional artists. Our mission is also to foster cooperation between artists and craftsmen, bringing together the creative industries with local manufacturers. For more information, please contact: maksliniekurezidence@kuldiga.lv or Ilze Supe, Manager of Kuldīga Artist Residency ilze.supe@kuldiga.lv


Barbara Leolini (IT), from the series Portrait of Kuld朝ga www.behance.net/bleolini

Kuld朝ga


Kuldīga Main Events in Kuldīga in 2014 January Jan 18 — Kuldīga Catherine Cup international track and field competition Jan 31- Feb 2 — The second round of the 2014 FIA European Rally Championship April Apr 26 — Fish Fly in Kuldīga – the spring high water show Apr 26 — Season opening ceremony of the Goldingen Cinema in the City Garden Apr 28 - May 2 — The 8 th K.Davidov International Cellist Competition May May 17 — Museum Night 2014 May 24 — Europe. Kuldīga. Think Green! Bicycling Day May 26 - June 20 — Art Academy of Latvia international workshop for painting students July Jul 17-20 — Kuldīga town festival – The Feast of Kuldīga August Aug 1 — Pecha Kucha evening of short talks Aug 9 — The 9 th Kuldīga Half Marathon Aug 2-10 — International Summer School of Photography 2014 Aug 15- 16 — Rock music festival Life Fest 2014 October Oct 4 — Duke Jacob’s Fair in the Town Square December Dec 6 — Believe in Miracles! Winter Festival Dec 31 — New Year’s celebration and fireworks in Kuldīga More information about these and other events in Kuldīga: www.visit.Kuldiga.lv


Photo: Imants Prト電elis

Art Academy


Art Academy About the Art Academy of Latvia The Art Academy of Latvia was founded in 1919 by one of the first renowned Latvian painters Vilhelms Purvītis (1872–1945), who strongly advocated the necessity to develop Latvian art and also became the first rector of the Academy. The Art Academy of Latvia, based in Riga, is an institution of higher education in art, design and art history. The Academy is dedicated to excellence in teaching and scientific research, as well as in carrying out top quality art and design projects tailored to users’ needs. The students of the Academy study traditional art techniques of the respective art area, specialize in the application of traditional and untraditional materials, as well as develop creative skills related to use of the new media. The modern approach to learning is strengthened by the studio form of artist training that helps to organize individually-tailored studies built upon direct and collegiate cooperation between professors and students. In addition to academic learning, the students of the Art Academy gain valuable experience by actively taking part in study-related and extra-curricular art projects of local and international scope. The Art Academy of Latvia offers opportunities for studies of art, audio-visual media, design and art history in Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts and Doctor of Arts programmes. The studies are offered by fourteen departments arranged in five faculties led by elected professors of the Academy, who are established artists and recognized experts in their respective fields: The Faculty of Visual Arts includes the Departments of Painting, Graphic Art, Textile Art and Drawing. The Faculty of Visual Plastic Arts includes the Departments of Sculpture, Ceramics and Glass Art. The Faculty of Design includes the Departments of Functional Design, Metal Design, Fashion Design and Environment Art. The Faculty of Audio-Visual Media includes the Departments of Visual Communication and Stage Design. The Faculty of History and Theory of Arts includes the Departments of History and Theory of Visual Art and Culture, Restoration and Humanities.


Photo: Indriķis Stūrmanis

Art Academy


Art Academy About the Technology Transfer Office The Technology Transfer Office at the Art Academy of Latvia was established in 2009 to facilitate knowledge transfer through the licensing of inventions resulting from academic research to industry. The TTO provides mentoring, networking and training to academic researchers and scientists, which enables them to bring their art works and design closer to commercialization. In the technology transfer process, our goal is to advise researchers and students on the marketing of intellectual property rights and to identify, protect, use and defend intellectual property rights. Technology transfer at the Art Academy is a process of exchange, application and the co-creation of new knowledge created in collaboration between academic entities, non-academic organizations and individuals, such as: Commissioned research - research carried out by the Art Academy at the request of other organizations, including national and local governments and enterprises. Joint research - research carried out by faculty members of the Art Academy in collaboration with external organizations, including national and local governments and enterprises, who share human and financial resources in a research project. Knowledge dissemination - the process by which knowledge is acquired, mediated, produced, and transformed in and between different organizations. Licensing agreements - contractual agreements signed between the Art Academy and industries that allow private companies to use specific registered community design invented by the Art Academy. Most of our partners are organizations, including national and local governments, and enterprises working in the creative industries. For more information, please contact: Art Academy of Latvia Technology Transfer Office E-mail: janis.gailitis@lma.lv Phone: +371 22303221 www.lma.lv


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Concept and creation of the planner: NGO ISSP Partners and supporters of the planner: Kuldīga District Council, Art Academy of Latvia, Antalis AS. Special thanks to: All the ISSP 2013 participants and masters, ISSP team, Inga Bērziņa, Ilze Dambīte-Damberga, Ilze Supe, Artis Gustovskis, Jānis Gailītis, Kristaps Lapiņš, Pelči Special Boarding School, Kristīne and Raitis Āboltiņi, and the inhabitants of Kuldīga district. ISSP 2013 supporters: Kuldīga District Council, State Culture Capital Foundation, Institut Français en Lettonie, Embassy of Finland, iDeal, Contemporary SelfPortraits project and EU Culture Programme, SONY, FK Magazine, GUP Magazine. Copyright photographs © ISSP 2013 participants and NGO ISSP. Design: Artis Briedis, Rūta Briede (PhD student at Art Academy of Latvia), rabit!! Materials: Printed on environmentally friendly paper Munken Lynx 120 g/m 2. Cover made of Corvon® Shadow Powder CSP7017 and Kaskad Emerald 68 225 g/m 2. Production: Jelgavas tipogrāfija SIA, Poligrāfijas ateljē SIA.


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