SeminArt#7

Posted by admin on Monday December 3rd 2012 at 14:14

Image & Word researcher Arno Roncada will give a presentation on the next SeminArt in Ghent.

SeminArt is a cross-association doctoral seminar aimed at researchers in the visual arts. It gives doctoral students the opportunity to present their research to a critical group of fellow doctoral students, supervisors and (external) referees. International referees are invited to give feedback on the presentations. The aim of SeminArt is to contribute to the development of doctoral research in the visual arts and to create a discursive community for artistic researchers within an international framework.

SeminArt partners are the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, Sint Lucas Antwerp, LUCA Visual Arts Ghent & Brussels (former Sint-Lukas Brussels & Sint-Lucas Visual Arts Ghent) and the Media, Arts & Design-faculty Hasselt/Genk. SeminArt is supported by the Higher Institute for Fine Arts Ghent (HISK).

You can register by sending an email to: Seminart

Getekende klanken – tentoonstelling grafische partituren

Posted by Leen on Thursday November 22nd 2012 at 12:06

Getekende klanken – tentoonstelling grafische partituren
In 2012 is het tien jaar geleden dat MATRIX [Centrum voor Nieuwe Muziek] haar deuren opende in het zeventiende-eeuws pand aan de Minderbroedersstraat in Leuven. Inmiddels kunnen we bogen op een unieke collectie met ruim 24 000 partituren en zo

Successful Parallel Manifesta Event RE:CONVERSE #1 closes its doors after four months and 5469 visits.

Posted by Kristof Vrancken on Sunday October 14th 2012 at 21:41

OOF blog online

Posted by admin on Wednesday September 12th 2012 at 14:15

We have created a new project blog for the OOF project we are currently working on. Michiel Kragten is working on the project and will keep you updated on the proceedings of the project on

Open Engagement 2012

Posted by Peter Snowdon on Monday June 11th 2012 at 12:26

Organised by the Art and Social Practice MFA students at Portland State University under the direction of Prof Jen Delos Reyes, the Open Engagement conference (18-20 May 2012) is now in its 4th edition. As the major gathering in North America bringing together academics and practitioners in the field of art and social practice, it functions as a kind of reflective counterpart to the more production-oriented Creative Time in New York. It is a broad church, too, where “social practice” is understood as embracing almost everything from public art and politically-oriented performance art at one end of the spectrum, to community art, curatorial outreach, and elements of participatory social planning, at the other.

I was there to take part in a panel on ‘Relational Filmmaking’, organised by film maker Julie Perini who teaches at PSU, as part of the conference

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