Read our new pocket publication on working internationally in the arts

In this second pocket publication, Flanders Arts Institute reports on (Re)framing the International, a research and development project centred on new ways of working internationally in the arts.

Between December 2016 and September 2018, Flanders Arts Institute led a reflection on new ways of working internationally in the arts. We gathered data and practice-based accounts in a series of pop-up magazines, brought the sector together for inspiration-oriented sessions (performing arts, music and visual arts) and then shared our knowledge at a symposium, where, using worktables and rounds of discussions, we drew up a ‘Recipe for the Future’ with and for the arts sector.

In this Kunstenpocket #2, Joris Janssens (head of research and development) summarizes a number of insights from this project and outlines a number of potential paths for a more sustainable international arts practice.

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You can page through the Kunstenpocket online in Dutch or English. If you prefer a hard copy, just fill in this form with your address.

About Kunstenpocket

Through this series, Flanders Arts Institute shares insights from ongoing research projects. Previously published: kunstenpocket#1 Brussels. In search of territories of new-urban creation (Chris Keulemans – January 2018).

More information

All the collected reports are available on our website: click on Working (together) internationally under the Research & Development tab.

Do you have any insights, feedback, corrections you want to share? Or do you simply wish to reflect on future initiatives about different approaches to working internationally? Then get in touch with Joris Janssens.

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Flanders Arts Institute