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Early music is big in Flanders. It is now the most often performed segment in classical programming.
The importance that Flanders attaches to music is as old as the region itself.
Flanders takes up a central role in the international field of new music creation with an exciting young generation of performers.
a bird’s-eye view on choir music in Flanders
How do we define the content of our institutions? Who’s in and who’s out?
Questions about the role of cultural institutions and potential ways forward for international cultural policy
Corina Bucea and Diana Marincu of The Paintbrush Factory on innovating institutional models and undermining cultural policies in Romania
How to push for a sea change in the European project?
Meanwhile, in the Commons
Jeroen Peeters on sustainability in the international arts marketplace
Pieter De Buysser investigates an 'emancipated internationalisation' in the arts
Hilde Teuchies on the place of culture in the European project of the future
Agnes Quackels on walking the line between what could become real and what seems to be a desirable utopia.
Sandra Coumans talks about how cultural organisations from Eastern Europe and the Balkans learn from each other on an international level.
Nathalie De Boelpaep reflects on taking responsibility towards the context
Ash Bulayev on the sustainability of transnational artists’ trajectories
Chris Keulemans wrapping-up the December 2016 (Re)framing the International kick-off
Keynote by Taru Elfving on several renowned residencies
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