Zooming in: AiR connections
Now times are changing and it is more complicated to come together, we like to take this opportunity to connect with colleagues from afar online. AiR Platform NL proposes a series of online meetings to learn what is happening in other regions in the world, to share best practices and to imagine possible futures together.
AiR connections #1 will focus on care, and the impact of the pandemic on AiR programs in Japan. We will zoom into the adventures of Jatiwangi art Factory in Indonesia and reflect together with Hotel Mariakapel in the Netherlands about the notion of care in times of crisis.
Tuesday November 3, 12.00 – 13.15 hrs. Amsterdam CET
Zoom link to the meeting
Meeting ID: 897 7734 4132
1. Mami Odai, director of Tenjinyama Art Studio in Sapporo. Mami is engaged with the Japan AiR network who recently convened online, discussing the current developments and issues for AiR in Japan.
2. Arie Syarifuddin is co-founder of the artist collective Jatiwangi Art Factory in Jatisura, Indonesia. During the lockdown earlier this year, the artist collective teamed up with a local motor gang to mobilize support and initiated several actions to connect with local residents.
3. Miriam Wistreich is director of Hotel Mariakapel in Hoorn. During the last year the program focused on the notion of care and the role of the institution as shelter for the arts and artists. Coinciding with a global pandemic, how these questions attuned?
Heidi Vogels and Lotte Geeven