Calendar | 25/04/2019
Time and place: Thursday, 25 April, from 9.00 am to 4 pm, Lauttasaari Manor (Otavantie 10, Helsinki, obstacle-free entrance via Kauppaneuvoksentie)
How should art funding be developed to make it more resilient in the long run? In collaboration with the Helsinki International Artist Programme (HIAP), Kone Foundation is organising a daylong event for art organisations and funders to come together to find solutions for how to improve art funding and cooperation between art organisations and funders in order to promote the sustainable livelihood of artists.
Speakers will include Dirk De Wit, Head of International Relations at Kunstenpunt/Flanders Arts Institute, Belgium, and Amrit Gill, Director of International Projects at the Australia Council for Arts. In addition New York -based playwright-director Kevin Doyle IE/US) will talk about his artistic work, which deals with the public funding of art.
The talks in the morning are intended for everyone interested in the topic, and the seminar will also be streamed online on Kone Foundation’s Facebook page. The afternoon’s workshop will be carried out using the World Café method. Participants can sign up for the talks in the morning or for the talks and the workshop in the afternoon.
The event will be held in English.
Read more here.
Sign up for the event here.
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