This workshop 'Fair Kin Arts Almanac' led by artist/researcher Nicolas Galeazzi, offers a unique opportunity to discuss artistic praxis in relation to economy and kinship, by bringing together people of all stacks concerning the making of art. In this workshop, Nicolas provides an open platform to discuss, experiment and devise visionary practices, aware thinking and critical actions, which he believe let us advance in the arts towards the necessary (societal) shifts. The wheel of kinship is circling around an essential working field of our society - the field of the arts.
The workshop offers a platform where (freelance) artists, designers, institutional stakeholders, policymakers, creative officers, and students, can exchange their specific (cultural) contexts, within an artistically guided process. With its diverse voices, the brand new publication 'Fair Kin Arts Almanac' (2023), will function as guiding principle and tool to look more deeply into the conditions and perspectives of the local and international art field.
Location: Werkwarenhuis Den Bosch
Time: 14:00-17:00 hrs.
Costs: 8,50 Euro
Tickets can be purchased via the link below
The publication The Wheel of Kin revolves around an essential area of work in our society - the field of the arts. This publication was compiled with the voices of more than 130 artists, writers and activists associated with the Belgian movement of art workers STATE OF THE ARTS (SOTA).The platform was invited to weave their thoughts and experiences into 12 crucial topics they have selected for the coming year: surprising perspectives, recipes, good practices and reflections on ecology, parenthood, finances, the need to rest in a life that never ends, the urgency of space and infrastructure for artists, redistribution of resources, accessibility of the sector, artistic engagement in politics and much more. Society cannot be conceived without the connectedness and relational perspectives of kinship.
Nicolas Galeazzi (SOTA) offers specially during the festival "Who owns the Economy?" this unique workshop that brings together people of all backgrounds in relation to art making. In this workshop, Nicolas provides an open platform for discussion, experimentation and visionary practices and critical actions, which can contribute to much-needed shifts in the arts.
This ALMANAK is a wheel - a wheel of kinship. Place it vertically in front of you, open the pages and spread them evenly around the spine. A State of the Arts (SOTA) publication i
This publication is made with the voices of more than 130 artists, writers, and activists related to the Belgian movement of art workers STATE OF THE ARTS. They were asked to spin their thoughts and experiences into 12 crucial topics we sensed for the upcoming year: Surprising perspectives, recipes, sound practices, and reflections around ecology, parenthood, finance, the need to rest in a life that never stops, the urgency for space and infrastructure for artists, redistribution of resources, accessibility of the sector, artistic involvement in politics and much more. Society cannot be devised without the connectivity and relational perspectives of kin. This publication is produced by State of the Arts (SOTA) in collaboration with Set Margins (publisher).