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22.11.2019 10:00

by Kunstenpunt and the Direction des Arts plastique

Pay what you can

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

Ménage à trois
Encounter between the Flemish, Brussels and Walloon visual arts

Friday 22 November, 10:00 - 17:00

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

organised by Kunstenpunt and the Direction des Arts plastiques contemporains of the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles

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Meet your colleagues from across the language border!
Kunstenpunt and the Direction des Arts plastiques contemporains of the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles start with a series of meetings between practitioners from the visual arts sector in Flanders, Brussels and Wallonia. The aim is to get to know each other, exchange knowledge and learn from each other.

At this first meeting at Kunsthal Gent, we will talk about new forms of cooperation, organisation and production in the visual arts sector and we will look at how organisations embed themselves in the city.

A second meeting will follow next year in Charleroi.

PROGRAMME (language: English)

10:00 - Welcome and introduction
10:30 - Guided tour and introduction to the activities of Kunsthal Gent
12:30 - Lunch
13:30 - Presentations and discussions with artists' initiatives and organisations from Flanders, Brussels and Wallonia on new forms of collaboration, organisation and production in the visual arts:

17:00 - Drink
19:00 - Opening of the exhibition Keepsake by Charlotte Stuby, Kunsthal Gent


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


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