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Flanders Arts Institute and its international work

Morocco & Tunis Intersections
Working visits for art professionals in the Maghreb region

Focusing on the MENA region (Middle East & North Africa) Flanders Arts Institute organises visits to Morocco (Marrakesh, Rabat, Casablanca) and Tunis (with a focus on the multidisciplinary festival Dream Festival). Artists and art professionals get the opportunity to establish contacts for exchange and artistic collaboration between Europe and the MENA region.

Programmes & Networks

Curators Yvette Mutumba and Anita Dube visiting Belgium

Flanders Arts Institute regularly invites curators from abroad. In the coming months Yvette Mutumba - editor-in-chief of Contemporary And (C&) and member of the curatorial team of the 10th Berlin Biennale - and Anita Dube - artist and curator of the next edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale - will meet with artists and visit art institutions in Belgium. Have a look at all of our tailor-made programmes. Image: Yvette Mutumba (c) Carsten Fork for KfW Stiftung

Programmes & Networks

Cultural exploration & exchange with(in) South-East Europe
Reinforcing relations with the Balkans, Eastern Europe and countries bordering the EU

Today, South-East Europe is responding in an interesting way to questions with which artists and organisations are struggling with all over Europe, such as the precariousness and marginalisation of art and culture in society. Flanders Arts Institute reinforces relations with the region throughout a variety of initiatives in order to boost exchange between art professionals from our region and countries in South-East Europe.

Initiatives included a round-table meeting with a complete report now online with video and texts by Philip Dietachmair (ECF), Milica Ilic (Onda), Nevenka Koprivšek (Bunker) and Peter Inkei (The Budapest Observatory) and with essays by Marta Keil, Marianne Csaky en Sandra Coumans - and reports on a four-day Balkan Express Caravan Meeting with about 60 participants from Belgium, Slovenia, Kosovo, Serbia, Georgia, Czech Republic, Croatia, Romania, Poland and Turkey.

Read more here

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