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Commonism – A New Aesthetics of the Real

Commonism – A New Aesthetics of the Real

Together the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication (ESHCC), Rotterdam Arts and Sciences Lab (RASL) and Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art present a keynote lecture by Pascal Gielen, as concluding chapter to the Honours Programme of the Arts and Culture Studies of ESHCC. In his lecture, Pacal Gielen will share key insights from the recently published ‘Commonism: A New Aesthetics of the […]

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De Europese eenheidsmarkt: een culturele en politieke splijtzwam

De Europese eenheidsmarkt: een culturele en politieke splijtzwam

Société Européenne de Culture – 27 maart 18u. Europa heeft zich van bij het begin gedefinieerd als een markt. De liberale markt wordt daarbij ook gezien als een fundamentele basis waarop deze politieke entiteit kan staan. De recente geschiedenis met Brexit en neonationale bewegingen leert echter dat een markt niet als basis voor een unie kan dienen. Integendeel, die is veeleer een culturele en politieke […]

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Gemene Kunst

Gemene Kunst

Donderdag 14 mrt ’19 Start 17:00 Eindtijd 18:30 Boekmanstichting, Herengracht 415, 1017 BP Amsterdam Toegang is gratis, maar aanmelden is noodzakelijk i.v.m. een beperkt aantal plaatsen Welke mogelijkheden zijn er om buiten de structuur van culturele instellingen kunst een plek te geven als gemeenschappelijke voorziening? Waar Friso Wiersum en Erik Uitenbogaard op 6 maart ingaan op de institutionele mogelijkheden van de commons, schetsen Hanka Otte, […]

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Commons symposium: Hacking the system : Hacking its system

Commons symposium: Hacking the system : Hacking its system

Studenten cultuurmanagement en theater- en filmwetenschappen van de Universiteit Antwerpen nodigen u hierbij uit voor het symposium rond de commons: Hacking the system : hacking it’s system /.  Wereldwijd lanceren doeners burgercollectieven, ook wel de ‘commons’ genoemd. Commons: alternatieve, democratische burgerinitiatieven die zich tussen overheidsinstituten en de private markt bevinden. Het principe van de commons wint steeds meer draagvlak binnen onze hedendaagse maatschappij. Commoning, als werkwoord en actievorm gedijt op sociale […]

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‘Emancipating Cultures beyond Multiculturalism’ Bilgi University Istanbul, February 28

‘Emancipating Cultures beyond Multiculturalism’ Bilgi University Istanbul, February 28

In the event titled “Emancipating Cultures beyond Multiculturalism From Canonizing Cultural Institutions towards Commoning Art Constitutions” Pascal Gielen, professor of sociology of art and politics at Antwerp University in Belgium, will discuss the importance of making conflicts and tensions visible and livable, rather than their elimination or suppression within the framework of multiculturalism and the ways cultural institutions can be the ideal platforms for this. […]

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Kyoto Art Center: Book Launch Contemporary Artist Residencies – February 7

Kyoto Art Center: Book Launch Contemporary Artist Residencies – February 7

New book: Contemporary Artist Residencies: Reclaiming Time and Space The globalization process and the demands of the creative economy, together with the growth of the art market have all had an impact on artist residencies. Ecological and geopolitical urgencies are now also affecting them more and more. In response, many residencies today actively search for more sustainable alternatives than the current neoliberal condition allows for […]

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Dancers at Work – Symposium Vienna, Nov 22

Dancers at Work – Symposium Vienna, Nov 22

As part of the ongoing, durational performance Negotiations, Kunstverein Archipelago organises a symposium that focuses on the notion of “the artist at work” and researches models to improve and make the working conditions for dancers and other freelance artists more sustainable in Vienna. An important aspect of Negotiations is to highlight and make visible the fact that dancing is also a form of highly skilled […]

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Kick Off Cultural and Creative Spaces and Cities

Kick Off Cultural and Creative Spaces and Cities

On 7 and 8 November CCQO is joining the kick off meeting of the project Cultural and Creative Spaces and Cities, funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. CCQO will be in charge of the research component of this project. Following the methodology of ‘convoking’, the newest member of our team, Maria Francesca de Tullio, supported by Pascal Gielen and Hanka Otte, […]

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Hanka Otte winner of Boekman Dissertation Prize 2018

Hanka Otte winner of Boekman Dissertation Prize 2018

  Hanka Otte is te winner of the fourth Boekman Dissertation Prize. Hanka Otte was awarded the Boekman Dissertation Prize in an award ceremony on 30 October. The Boekman Dissertation Prize is awarded once every three years to the best Dutch dissertation in the field arts, culture, and society. Dr. J.F. (Hanka) Otte graduated from the University of Groningen in 2015, with a dissertation titled Binden […]

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Conflict Matters Conference – December, 18

Conflict Matters Conference – December, 18

The debate on decolonization and democratization of arts is heating the arts and cultural sector. Based on the idea of ​​’Conflict Matters’, in this seminar we embrace and organize the discussion, the debate and the disagreement as a lever to strengthen the transition process of the sector. Conflict does matter, gives impulses to practice and ensures continuous renewal.   For whom? Professionals in culture, students, […]

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