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20.10.2022 18:00

Platform UFO

Pay what you can

UFO Public Programme #3: FOR ARTISTS

Register and engage in a conversation with international curators on Thursday Oct. 20 about the opportunities for international (networking) for artists and professionals.This event is part of the international visitors' program UFO #3 organized by Flanders Arts Institute and UFO, a platform of artists' studios in Flanders and Brussels. The program introduces international professionals to forms of support and development for artists in Flanders.

Registration is free but mandatory.

PROGRAMME

Each guest curator will give a presentation about his/her/their organisation after which we will dive into their knowledge and network in smaller groups. Please note that all conversations will take place in English.

Our guests come from various parts of Europe and are closely involved in supporting artists from their positions as artists or curators:

  • Juha Huuskonen - Director HIAP - Helsinki International Artist Programme (Helsinki, FI)
  • Frank Lamb - Artist Development Coordinator East Street Arts (Leeds, UK)
  • Matthew Nevin - Co-director MART Gallery & Studios (Dublin, Ierland)
  • Alberta Romano - Curator Kunsthalle Lissabon (Lissabon, Portugal)
  • Kate West - Senior Producer East Street Arts (Leeds, UK)
  • Sophie Dogterom - Programmer visual arts De Brakke Grond (Amsterdam, NL)
  • Rocco Ruglio-Misurell - Co-director Horse & Pony (Berlijn, DE)

More info via platform-ufo.be

This programma is part of NUCLEO’s 20th Anniversary festivities.

The UFO programme is set up by UFO partners MORPHO (Antwerp), VONK (Hasselt & Genk), NUCLEO(Ghent), Cas-co(Leuven), De Tank (Bruges), Level Five (Brussels) and Kunstenpunt. This third edition is an initiative of NUCLEO and De Tank, supported by Kunstenpunt.

Photo Atelier Jan Vandeplancke, © Eveliene Deraedt

Visitors Programma Fall 2022