S.M.A.K. is pleased to announce our new Senior Curator: Martin Germann. Between 2008 and 2011 Martin Germann has been Curator at kestnergesellschaft Hanover. He has worked on solo exhibitions and publications with artists like Michaël Borremans, Michael Sailstorfer, Larry Sultan, Aaron Curry, Julian Göthe, Elke Krystufek, or Joachim Koester.
BAM and Kunstenloket organize an information session on Wednesday 17th October 2012, at Recyclart in Brussels. During this session several organizations will present their residency program and formal artists-in-residence will share their experiences ...
On Wednesday, 10 October 2012, M - Museum Leuven, in cooperation with BAM, FARO and IBBT-SMIT (Free University of Brussels), is organising a conference on the future of museum mediation in a digital world ...
Jetant un regard rétrospectif sur l’exposition 'Feuilleton' d’Angel Vergara, dont le commissaire était Luc Tuymans, et dans la perspective de l’occupation du pavillon belge par la Communauté flamande pour la 55ème édition de la Biennale, le Service des Arts plastiques et le Service des Collections de la CFWB, le BAM et l’Agence pour les Arts et le Patrimoine de la Communauté flamande organisent un débat autour de la question: Comment la Belgique peut-elle être présente à Venise? Quel est l’objectif de notre participation et comment adapter la procédure de sélection et les modalités de réalisation?
DICIF (Digital Cinema in Flanders) invites you to put forward a proposal as to how your company can assist in the digital transition of a group of 15 venues in Flanders, Belgium. Applications are welcomed from appropriately qualified and experienced companies, or from a consortium of companies who have decided to work together and whose collective approach may more fully meet the needs and requirements of DICIF.
The E-CULTURE FAIR 2011 is a showcase of Flemish innovative projects resulting from collaborations in culture, creative industries, research and education. This GARDEN OF E- focuses on a variety of e-projects concerning digital heritage, user participation, gamification, edutainment, the internet-of-things, open source collaboration and innovation etc. The set-up of the fair with installations, prototypes, demos, live presentations and living lab experiences encourages encounters, exchange and future collaborations between Flemish and international creatives, artists, researchers, designers, platforms and institutions.
E-Culture Fair 2010 - Connecting creativity, art and research from The Netherlands, Flanders and North Rhine-Westphalia. Catalogue with all included projects, partners, contactdetails and texts by Andreas Broeckman, Dirk De Wit, Floor Van Spaendonck, Erik Kluitenberg and Liesbeth Huybrechts.
In order to make ‘Arts Flanders’ an even more attractive platform for the international visitor, a new lay-out has been designed.
E‐CULTURE FAIR 2010 will be showcasing innovative projects in the cross-over fields of creative industry, research, education, art and design from Flanders, the Netherlands and North Rhine-Westphalia from 23 till 25 August in the brand new Centre for Art and Creativity 'Dortmunder U' . E‐Culture Fair 2010 is exhibited projects, information stands, live presentations and demonstrations, workshops and performances.
Memories of the Future is an international conference on the meaning of memory, in the present as well as the future ...
During the orientationtrip 2010, participants will be introduced to the art scene of Istanbul (Turkey), Lagos (Nigeria) and Bamako (Mali).