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How can young people fully participate in artistic educational projects? In which ways do young participants appropriate institutional spaces such as schools, cultural centres and public spaces? How do artists, teachers, educators and cultural workers navigate the intersection of institutions, art and education?

On Friday 10 May, BOZAR and Lasso invite you for an exchange on experiences and good practices related to art and education. The departure point of this conversation is Next Generation, Please!, an artistic civic engagement project that brings together artists, young people and politicians and the city project Move It Kanal by Lasso. Then, several Belgian and international guests with experience in art practice with schools will gather around round tables.

 

PROGRAMME

  • 10h: Welcome
  • 10h15-10h30: Plenary session presentation of a transnational Next Generation, Please! Project

Good practices, evaluation, methodology, dissemination of manual

We will be zooming in on a collaboration between BOZAR, Institut Sainte-Marie (Brussels), Lycée Rodin (Paris), Centre Pompidou (Paris) and Fondazione Pistoletto (Italy).

  • 10h30-12h: Round table conversation with teachers, artists, educators, organizers and members of cultural institutions.
  • 12h-12h30: Closing plenary session
  • 12h30-13h: Lunch

The list of speakers and the registration link will be available from March 2019.