Invitation to debate on North-South alliances in the art world

Invitation to debate on North-South alliances in the art world

Curators from South-Africa and Zimbabwe come to explore the art scene in Belgium and the Netherlands with a view to engendering more collaboration and exchange.

Invited by Flanders Arts Institute and Mondriaan Fund, six curators from South-Africa and Zimbabwe come to explore the art scene in Belgium and the Netherlands with a view to engendering more collaboration and exchange. They meet artists, institutions and other professional influencers from our region.

You are cordially invited to attend the debate at Beursschouwburg on Friday 22nd of March where curators, artists and the public will put their heads together on the relationship between North and South in the art world.

With Sinazo Chiya (Curator, STEVENSON Gallery, SA), Kabelo Malatsie (Director, VANSA, SA), Sakhi Gcina (Curator, Zeitz MOCAA, SA), Laura Fungai Ganda (Arts Manager, Dzimbanhete Arts Interactions, ZW) Thato Mogotsi (Independent curator and Co-director, ROOM Gallery, SA) and Georgina Maxim (Director, Village Uhnu, ZW).

The talk will be moderated by Gitte Zschoch, director of EUNIC Global and former director of Goethe-Institut in Kinshasa and team member of Goethe-Institut in Johannesburg.

TOWARDS A NEW COMPASS: NORTH-SOUTH ALLIANCES IN THE ART WORLD
FR 22.03 16:00 - 19:00
BEURSCAFE
free entry
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With the support of the Flemish Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs.

Credits image: Hank Willis Thomas, All Things Being Equal..., 2010

About Beursschouwburg

Beursschouwburg is an arts centre, situated in the heart of Brussels, that embraces a hybrid and multidisciplinary identity. It’s the perfect place for performance, film, music, exhibitions, debates, lectures, parties and a drink at beurscafé. 

Beursschouwburg provides a platform for young and innovative artistes, thus it’s the place to discover the big names of tomorrow. Young talent, cross-fertilization and an opportunity to experiment are pivotal in the diverse programme which seamlessly coalesces with the generation 2.0.

Beursschouwburg
Auguste Ortsstraat 20-28
1000 Brussel