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25.10.2018 00:00

Residentie-modellen: De Koer, STRT KIT, Cas-co – en Kunsthal Gent

Pay what you can

Workshop:
Residency Models

Met: Tim Bruggeman (De Koer) & Elien Ronse; Isabel Van Bos (STRT KIT) & Ode de Kort; Josine De Roover (Cas-co) & Manuel Penteado; Danielle van Zuijlen (Kunsthal Gent) & welkom aan tafel.

Een rondetafelgesprek over residentiemodellen, in functie van het nieuwe ontwikkelingsplatform dat van start gaat binnen Kunsthal Gent vanaf februari 2019. Korte presentaties van 3 residenties worden gevolgd door een getuigenis van een kunstenaar die er werkte, zodat zowel het perspectief van de organisatie als dat van de kunstenaar aan bod komt.

Daarna bespreken we welke elementen belangrijk zijn voor een residentieprogramma binnen Kunsthal Gent. We willen met deze rondetafel kunstenaars uitnodigen om mee te spreken over hun verwachtingen van dit nieuwe ontwikkelingsplatform.