NewGen meet-up: All About Abroad
NewGen meet-up: All About Abroad
REGISTRATION CLOSED DUE TO REACHING FULL CAPACITY
Are you a young artist under 30 interested in working internationally and making new connections? In this year's last edition of DutchCulture's NewGen meet-ups, the focus is on young creatives looking to take their next step on the international stage.
Whether it's the first time you're expanding your horizons across border or you if want to build upon international experiences, three young creators will inspire you with their international projects and encounters. During the break-out sessions, you can link up directly with other makers and DutchCulture advisors to help you take the next step: from information on residencies worldwide to visa and European networks to partner with.
Above all else, the meet-up is a great moment to connect with other young creatives and cultural professionals that want to improve their practices through international cooperation and exchange.
15.30-16.00h: Plenary session
16.00-17.00h: Break-out groups. Upon entry, please indicate your preference for 2 of the 3 interactive informative break-out sessions below:
Group 1 - Europe
Albert Meijer, senior advisor Creative Europe Desk NL: CULTURE & Jacomine Hendrikse, advisor Europe + Heritage will host a session on European collaborations - what are the main European (funding) opportunities, how to start orienting towards collaborations and projects in the shared European cultural space?
Group 2 - Residencies
Lotte Geeven, advisor at TransArtists & Simon de Leeuw, project lead NewGen will help you explore the global realm of residencies from the perspective of TransArtists - an essential resource for individual makers looking to expand horizons. How can you keep up with the rhythms of different residency offerings and find that unique getaway that suits your needs?
Group 3 - Focal Countries Desk
Advisors Josine Backus (Brazil & South Africa) and Ian Yang, (China, South Korea & Japan), bring a wealth of knowledge, experience and networks to the table in the Dutch International Cultural Policy framework. If you're looking to learn more about working in or with the countries named, or if you want to know more about the Focal Countries Desk and how it can help you on your way; this is the table to join.
17.00-18.00: A live performance by Chieko Donker Duyvis and Cesar Puente followed by network drinks.
Date: 3 November 2022
Location: DutchCulture, Herengracht 474, Amsterdam
Programme language: English
Kiriko Mechanicus (1995) is a culinary historian, writer and documentary filmmaker. She creates stories about all things that people put in their mouths (words, tomatoes, body parts etc.) Her work often deals with the manufacturability of life and its flavors. Kiriko is also a fashion photographer, podcast-maker, inventor of new recipes, a great admirer of beautiful bouquets, and happiest when all these elements come together in unity of place and time.
Chieko Donker Duyvis (1997) is a cellist, vocalist and composer from Amsterdam with Brazilian/Japanese roots. With inspiration from classical music, jazz and Latin American music, she creates a unique sound world with adventurous improvisations. She is the frontwoman of Chieko Ensemble. As the New Creator 2022 for Grachtenfestival she was commissioned to write new work for her ensemble on a radio broadcasted première at the festival. She has a great love for interdisciplinairy collaborations and worked extensively with dancers, theatre, painters and Spoken Word artists, where she creates new work. She has toured Europe, Mexico and Korea as a soloist and with her ensembles, was invited to sing and play her compositions several times at Concertgebouw and received rave reviews for her performance at Podium Witteman.
José Enrique Arce Gutiérrez (1989) is a Mexican-born User Experience Designer, Installation artist, and co-founder of the virtual reality research startup Response Reality. Studied a BA and MA in Interaction Design at the HKU, The Netherlands. Currently based in the city of Utrecht, they have worked for more than 10 years in the areas of prototyping, new media, creative technology, and the development of technological tools for artistic and design expression. Also, a member of BARNONE collective, a safe space club environment taking place usually at OT301. Enrique’s work revolves around the exploration of technology and its creative incorporation within art and design. They are interested in creating new ways of expression and ways to experience art, accessible and participative to anyone.