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14.12.2021 14:00

Symposium & werksessie: samenwerking in het Gentse kunstenveld

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CLUB SOLO + KHG presenteren:
Learning to share

Learning to share - een werksessie over andere manieren van samenwerken

Club Solo Symposium on Tour 2021-2022
Editie Kunsthal Gent
Dinsdag 14 december, 14.00 - 17.00 uur

Op dinsdag 14 december organiseert Kunsthal Gent op uitnodiging van Club Solo het symposium Learning to share: een werksessie met kunstenaars en organisaties rond samenwerking in het Gentse beeldende kunstenveld.

Kunsthal Gent nodigt onder meer KIOSK, S.M.A.K., kunstenaars en collectieven uit om een specifieke vraag uit gebruikershandleiding te onderzoeken:

‘Hoe kunnen we ervoor zorgen dat kennis en resources gemakkelijker worden gedeeld? Wat kunnen de verschillende instituten, kunstorganisaties en kunstenaars bijdragen aan een sterkere ecologie voor de kunsten in Gent? Kunnen we onszelf zien als een team van complementaire spelers?’

In deze werksessie delen we informatie over verschillende grotere platforms in Gent die ruimtes delen, en horen we de ervaringen van kunstenaars en organisaties die daar gebruik van maken. In verschillende werktafels gaan we aan de slag met een ‘unlearning exercise’ en proberen we te formuleren hoe de ideale situatie er uit kan zien.

De werktafels vertrekken vanuit het format van de ‘unlearning exercises’: oefeningen om ongewenste gewoonten en gebruiken binnen de werkomgeving te ‘ontleren’. Inspiratiebron is het boek Unlearning exercises, uitgebracht door Valiz en Casco Art Institute: Working for the Commons, Utrecht. Daar vond de vorige editie van het Symposium On Tour plaats.

Wil je graag deelnemen aan deze werksessie? Mail naar danielle@kunsthal.gent. Er is voor maximaal 15 personen die niet in loondienst zijn een vergoeding beschikbaar.


Over Club Solo en SYMPOSIUM ON TOUR

Dit symposium wordt georganiseerd op uitnodiging van Club Solo in Breda en maakt deel uit van de reeks Club Solo Symposium on Tour 2021-2022, waarbij andere manieren van samenwerken worden onderzocht.

Andere edities van het Symposium on Tour vinden plaats bij Casco-working for the commons in Utrecht, TENT in Rotterdam en CLUB SOLO in Breda.

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