Results of the Reshape Open Call
In response to the Reshape Open Call, announced on 13 December 2018, 437 applications for becoming a Reshaper and 132 applications to attend the Lublin Forum were received. Here you can find more about selected applicants.
The Directory of Alternative Practices
We're happy to announce that we published the Directory of alternative practices on our website!
Reshape Forum in Lublin
On April 1-2 we'll organize a Reshape Forum in Lublin where we'll gather 150 arts professionals and policy makers to exchange and reflect on alternative practices in the current art field.
Podcast form Lublin Forum // Alexandros Mistriotis: Resisting Help
If you missed the RESHAPE Forum in Lublin at the beginning of April 2019, here's a chance to hear what we talked about.
Audio Podcast form Lublin Forum // What Is To Be Reshaped, panel discussion
Toni Cots, Igor Stokfiszewski and Amahl Khouri in conversation with Barbara Van Lindt about perspectives of artist, art workers and policy makers in Europe and South Mediterranean.
Do it Together. Practices and Tendencies of Participatory Governance in Culture in the Republic of Croatia
Participation does not imply only joining in the game but also the rules of the game, i.e., the conditions under which the game is played. Understanding these rules and the possibility of creating them make the key difference. Participation in this case becomes a tool for positive changes
Do It Together. The position of the artist in today’s art world. — by Delphine Hesters
Although the professionalization of the arts sector continues to rise, and global budgets for art are also growing, alarm bells warning about the precarious socio-economic position of artists are ringing louder than before.
Brussels. In search of territories of new-urban creation. — by Chris Keulemans
This text is a report of a month in Brussels. No more, no less. The report of a month spent walking, talking and observing. At the invitation of Flanders Arts Institute and in particular of Sofie Joye, in charge of Diversity, Urbanity and Emerging Artists.