KUNSTENPUNT: Future Hospitalities
On Thursday, Feb. 2, Kunstenpunt and DutchCulture | TransArtists (NL) is hosting at Globe Aroma ‘Future Hospitalities’ which brings together professionals from the cultural and humanitarian field from Flanders and The Netherlands.
Forced migration due to war, persecution, or crisis (climate, economy, etc.) is no longer an exception, rather a new reality. In the past year, we have seen how quickly artist-in-residence programs and the cultural sector in general can react and offer support to artists and cultural professionals who are forced to leave their countries. Residencies, cultural institutions, and creative professionals joined forces and provided an ad hoc first line of support. But the question remains: how can the cultural field be permanently open to professionals who are forced to move, regardless of their country of origin?
Future Hospitalities brings together professionals from the cultural and humanitarian field from Flanders and The Netherlands. DutchCulture | TransArtists and Kunstenpunt organise this peer-to-peer meeting for exploring new forms of offering hospitality and collaborating with different sectors, in and outside of the cultural field.
The programme will include working sessions for the participants on subjects such as protocol, access, policy and practice (the detailed program will be published beginning of January). The first half of the day will be held at Globe Aroma, a visit to Doucheflux, and we will conclude the programme at Cinemaximiliaan.
After the summer, a follow up public meeting will take place in Amsterdam.
- At Globe Aroma , Cinemaximiliaan & DoucheFLUX (10.15 – 18.00)
- RSVP via Kunstenpunt