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22.11.2019 10:00

door Kunstenpunt en Arts plastiques contemporains

Pay what you can

Ménage à trois:
Ontmoeting tussen de Vlaamse, Brusselse en Waalse beeldende kunsten

Ménage à trois
Ontmoeting tussen de Vlaamse, Brusselse en Waalse beeldende kunsten
Vrijdag 22 November, 10:00 - 17:00 uur

met Biënnale van België, Château Nour, Les Brasseurs, Troebel Neyntje, La Superette, C5, Kunsthal Gent

georganiseerd door Kunstenpunt en de Direction des Arts plastiques contemporains van de Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles


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Maak kennis met je collega’s van over de taalgrens!
Kunstenpunt en de Direction des Arts plastiques contemporains van de Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles starten met een reeks ontmoetingen tussen spelers uit de beeldende kunstensector in Vlaanderen, Brussel en Wallonië. Bedoeling is om elkaar te leren kennen, kennis uit te wisselen en van elkaar te leren.

Op deze eerste bijeenkomst bij Kunsthal Gent hebben we het over nieuwe vormen van samenwerking, organisatie en productie in de beeldende kunstensector en bekijken we hoe organisaties de lokale verankering met de stad opzoeken.

Volgend jaar volgt een tweede ontmoeting in Charleroi.


Programma (voertaal: ENGELS)
10:00 – Onthaal en inleiding
10:30 – Rondleiding en kennismaking met de werking van Kunsthal Gent
12:30 – Lunch
13:30 – Presentaties en gesprekken met kunstenaarsinitiatieven en organisaties uit Vlaanderen, Brussel en Wallonië over nieuwe vormen van samenwerking, organisatie en productie in de beeldende kunsten:

17:00 – Drink
19:00 – Opening tentoonstelling Charlotte Stuby in Kunsthal Gent


REPORT OF THE DAY: https://www.kunsten.be/dossier...

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