Seminar 'Shifting AiR Strategies' Dec 14, Delft
| 2013-12-03 12:20:05
DutchCulture | TransArtists organizes with id11, Satellietgroep, and Wander the Seminar 'Shifting AiR Strategies' in the framework of 'CreArt' Network of Cities for Artistic Creation and 'Mutual Artist-in-Residence Impulse' Russia-Netherlands.
Thousands of artists apply and are hosted by more than 1200 Artist in Residency (AiR) organizations around the world each year. In The Netherlands are currently 77 AiR organizations listed.
What are the current aims and positions of AiR programs? And what do the AiR organizations do with the outcomes - objects and/or knowledge - of the hosted artists?
Join the seminar 'Shifting AiR Strategies' with AiR organizations from The Netherlands, Europe and Russia, to share your ideas and connect to the latest insights and strategies.
Artist-in-Residence is a changing phenomenon. Hosts and guests reinvent the ways they operate due to shifts in economics, politics and cultural circumstances. Some opt for interdisciplinary research, others for integrating artistic goals with social or commercial activities.
The program is warmly recommended to artists, artist in residency organizations, theorists, entrepreneurs, funding organizations, policymakers and activists.
Saturday December 14th: 10.00 – 20.30
Location: Lijm & Cultuur, Rotterdamseweg 272, 2628 AT Delft, The Netherlands
Registration: by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org before December 10, 2013
Admission is free. Costs for drinks and food during the whole day is € 32.50 per person.
www.id11.nl | www.transartists.org | www.satellietgroep.nl | www.go-wander.org
Moderator of the day is Floor van Spaendonck, manager Platform bij Het Nieuwe Instituut.
The program includes the sketch of ‘Profiles and Practices’ in the international field of AiR by Janwillem Schrofer, organizational sociologist and former president Rijksakademie Amsterdamormer director of Rijksacademie and special contributions by artists Kosta Tonev, Anna Moreno, Anne Breure, currently residents of Wander in The Hague.
During the seminar Jacqueline Heerema, curator of Satellietgroep will moderate the session on 'Collecting - what do you do with the results of your AiR program (objects or knowledge)?' together with Leontine Meijer van Mensch. She is lecturer of heritage theory and professional ethics at the Reinwardt Academy (Amsterdam) and president of COMCOL - the international committee of ICOM (International Council of Museums) with the mission to deepen discussions and share knowledge on the practice, theory and ethics of collecting and collections (both tangible and intangible) development.