Particpation of ARTfactories/Autre(s)pARTs in seminars and meetings
As a reference about social and artistci project, ARTfactories/Autre(s)pARTs is regularly invited to take part in the debate about the place of art in our society during meetings and seminars.
In October 2014 IETM Plenary Meeting will gather performing artists and professionals from all around the world to address the vital issues of today and shape the strategies of tomorrow. New sustainable models in the cultural sector, measuring the impact of artistic practices, reinforcement of connections with the audiences, mobility of artists – these and other topics will be at the heart of the discussions. The meeting will also offer a unique opportunity to get to know the Bulgarian contemporary arts scene.
The location of the meeting in Sofia - a place, where the transition is a constant process, will encourage participants to create a space for exploring new possibilities and reflect on change as a way of strengthening and advancement.
Invited by the French Institute of Bulgaria, Artfactories/Autre(s)pARTs will take part in the workshop Your own space: Seize it. Run it. Sustain it during the IETM Autumn Plenary Meeting Space for Change. Pierre Gonzales, artist of the ABI/ABO collective and permanent resident of the Friche Lamartine in Lyon (France), and Bahija Kibou, Coordinator of Artfactories/Autre(s)pARTs, will be there to share their experiences.
What is “our ruins”? is a project of multidisciplinary collaboration between artists coordinated by the collective Les Ateliers du Vent (Rennes, France, members of ARTfactories/Autre(s)pARTs) in partnership with the KSA :K, Center for Contemporary Art (Chisinau Moldova). Alain Hélou, artistic director of the Les Ateliers du Vent, curates the project.
In this occasion, ARTfactories/Autre(s)pARTs proposed a discussion workshop in association with Les Ateliers du Vent, based on the theme : The transmission in the independent cultural centres the 5th & 6th of June 2014 at Les Ateliers du Vent, in Rennes - France.
ShortCut Europe is an international encounter of culture animators, artists, creators and social activists. The conferences are a reflection on the culture in the modern world. They create an international forum for public debate about culture and cultural education and an exchange platform for practical knowledge about cultural strategies and policies. This year’s congress will take place during the Polish Presidency in the EU and will be held in Warsaw between 16th-18th of November 2011 (...)