SPOTing Seminar in Vienna on Diversity as Essential Part of the Artistic Process

We invite you to join the seminar that we organised and hosted by our member centre Brunnenpassage from Vienna, Austria. The event takes a critical approach to existing privileges, hierarchies and decision making structures in the artistic knowledge production, putting emphasis on diversity as an essential part of the artistic process.

WHEN & WHERE

Dates: 31.03.22-01.04.22
Venues: Brunnenpassage & Belvedere, Vienna, Austria

PROGRAMME

During the seminar we will take the opportunity for a collective working session of the Cultural Transformation Movement (CTM) with inputs from Fairooz Tamimi (TEH Sustainability Specialist) and Tiffany Fukuma (TEH Managing Director). What’s more, D/Arts will bring the discussion about diversity and and transformations inside cultural institutions to the spaces of the Belvedere Museum – one of the most prestigious cultural institutions of Vienna. The idea is to engage artists, cultural workers, activists into an open dialogue with cultural directors and cultural policy makers to discuss strategies for sustainable transformation of the cultural sector. 

PREILIMINARY SCHEDULE:

Thursday 31.03.22
Venue: Belvedere 21 / Upper Belvedere

11:30 – 14:00  Input & Training Session on Diversity in Cultural Institutions (workshop by Fairooz Tamimi)
14:00 – 16:00 Lunch
16:00 – 18:00 D/Arts Worldcafé Discussion (TBC)
19:00 – 21:00 D/Transformation: diversity in leading positions of cultural institutions (D/Arts: Inputs & Panel Discussion)

Friday 01.04.22
Venue: Brunnenpassage

11:30 – 12:30 Transcultural Art Practice in Migration Society – presentation by the team of Brunnenpassage
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 16:00 Cultural Transformation Movement: Diversity Parameters/Criteria for Institutions (a collective work session with inputs by Tiffany Fukuma, Fairooz Tamimi and the movement members)

REGISTRATION

Registration for the event will open soon.

FUNDERS

The seminar is part of SPOTing project, funded by Eramus+ Programme.

Published on January 14, 2022