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18.03.2022 14:00

Workshop on fair pay in the visual arts

Pay what you can

Kunstenpunt presents:
What is fair?

What is fair in the visual arts?

On Friday 18 March Kunstenpunt is organising an interactive workshop on fair pay and fair practices, in Kunsthal Gent. In small groups we will test the compensation calculator and then discuss fictitious cases; why is something unfair and how could it be fair?

Register (free of charge) for the Kunstenpunt work sessions via the link above.

A series of 6 interactive workshops on fair pay and fair practices in the visual arts spread across Flanders. An overview of all work sessions can be found here.

Image: Art is Work, Apparatus 22

Morning programme in collaboration with ´╗┐Gents Kunstenoverleg

In the morning, also in Kunsthal Gent, Gents Kunstenoverleg organises a brainstorm on collaboration in the visual arts, for artists and organisations from the Ghent visual arts scene.

11.00 - 13:00, with lunch. Register also via the link above; more information here.

During the lunch: a preview of two new exhibitions in Kunsthal Gent opening on March 18: Black Assembly and Nature Dream Machine.

1 APPARATUS 22 ART IS WORK 152