7 t/m 17 september 2023 — Amsterdam

International Solidarity 

Thomas Lamers

do 1 sep
De Brakke Grond

Brakke Grond Grote Zaal | 60 min

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International Solidarity 

Can the arts play a role in preventing democracy from further eroding? Is it even possible for theatre companies in safe countries to respond to the violence of war in a meaningful way? Since a new war broke out in Europe, many Dutch theatre institutions and professionals have been asking themselves how they can ‘do something’ to give shape to our solidarity beyond our national borders. Where do you begin, what do you do with these good intentions? How do you get your organisation to follow your initiatives, and what do such gestures of solidarity look like in practice? Together with some pioneering institutions, International Solidarity explores the possibilities of contributing to an international arts community in a meaningful way, based on your own expertise.

Using his own concrete questions and the insights he gained in Hungary during a number of projects with Collectief Walden, Thomas Lamers, dramaturge and philosopher, will guide you through this part of the programme

This discussion will be in English’

Moderator Thomas Lamers

Speaker Matthieu Goeury (Artistic coordination – Kunstencentrum VIERNULVIER Gent)
Speaker Marita Muukkonen (Co-Founder and Director Artists at Risk)
Speaker Ivor Stodolsky (Co-Founder and Directors Artists at Risk)
Speaker Fanni Nánay (Artistic manager Placcc / Artopolis Budapest)

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