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Presentation at Lunds Konsthall for Bästa Biennalen!

 

Welcome to a conference by Bästa Biennalen! in collaboration with Konstitutet at Lunds Konsthall. The theme of the conference is Art Mediation in Change – From an artist’s point of view and I have the honor to start the day with a few thoughts on the subject and end the day with a summary of the presentation and discussions. Moreover you will be able to listen to Saadia Hussein, Emma Philipson and Hannah Jickling & Helen Reed.

 

Bästa Biennalen! writes:
What are the perspectives of working with younger people, from an artist’s point of view? What does the work situation look like? What does collaboration between artists and institutions/clients look like? Based on these and similar questions, we create knowledge about new possibilities for artistic communication.

The annual Bästa Biennalen! conference is a platform for exploring regional and international art education practices. The conference is open to anyone interested in art education, audience development and mediation of contemporary art, such as art educators, curators, artists, art consultants and students.

This is the fifth conference on the theme of Art Mediation in Change and is organized by Bästa Biennalen! with Konstpedagogiskt nätverk in Skåne, Konstitutet and Lunds Konsthall.

The speakers are Swedish and international artists. Part of the program is in English.

The conference day Art pedagogy in change is organized annually by Bästa Biennalen! and Konstpedagogiskt nätverk in Skåne (Lunds Konsthall, Skissernas Museum, Wanås Konst, Kristianstad Konsthall, Ystad Konstmuseum, Dunkers Kulturhus, Malmö Konstmuseum, Malmö Konsthall, Moderna Museet Malmö). This year’s conference is organized in collaboration with Lunds Konsthall and Konstitutet. Bästa Biennalen! is supported by Region Skåne and Kulturrådet.

 

Art Mediation in Change – From an artist’s point of view
Lunds Konsthall / Bästa Biennalen! 
November 6, 2017

Featured image from the Big Rock Candy Mountain project by Hannah Jickling and Helen Reed.

 

 

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