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Perspective on climate change and sustainability in the arts sector and policy in Flanders and Brussels
Which developments in the arts sector have their roots in the corona crisis?
All the results of the REHAPE trajectory were presented and tested.
In this fourth episode, Olave Nduwanje talks to Claire Gilder and Marnie Slater of the lesbian and trans bar Mothers & Daughters.
In the third episode, Olave talks to Aïda Yancy, activist and thinker who developed a toolbox.
In this second episode, Olave talks to Jenebah Kamara of Jabari.
Listen to the first episode (or read the transcript) of a podcast series on safe paces.
Reimagining the art world...
Wherever labour and leisure intermingle - and thus especially in the arts - there is a threat of self-exploitation, erosion of social protection and precarisation.
What vision should sector and policy create for art, culture and society after the crisis?
Ideas for a strong, fair and sustainable arts field
Interview with Hugo Mega & Kevin Fay by Engagement Arts
Early music is big in Flanders. It is now the most often performed segment in classical programming.
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