22–24 September / Casco HQ
The event is free and open to Platform BK members, costs €10 for non-members and €5 for students.
Details of the program will be announced in late August. You can already reserve a spot and register via email@example.com.
How to convince a museum to abandon fossil industry sponsoring? How to take action against gentrification in your neighborhood as a cultural worker? How to you write a good open letter? In short: How to create political change through activism in the arts?
Platform Beeldende Kunst celebrates its 10th anniversary with the Platform BK Solidarity Camp. Join us for three days of discussions, talks and skill-sharing at Casco Art Institute in Utrecht on 22–24 September 2022.
There is no such thing as solodarity. That’s why this event is organized by Platform BK in conjunction with Cultural Workers Unite, Engagement Arts NL, Fossil Free Culture NL, Salwa Foundation and Casco Art Institute: Working for the Commons. These organizations take action to make the arts fairer, safer, more diverse and more inclusive. Each has their own expertise and skills to create political change. During the Solidarity Camp, the organisations and participants exchange skills, strategies and visions, because we stand stronger together. Thus, we learn from each other and lay the ground work for future activism and solidarity in the arts.