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Re: Creating Europe - Forum on European Culture

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1 Jun — 3 Jun

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Rijksakademie participates in "Re:Creating Europe" Forum on European Culture
 
On 1, 2, and 3 June 2016 artists and thinkers from all over Europe will come together at "Re:Creating Europe" Forum on European Culture to discuss the strength, impact and value of art and culture for Europe. Performances, talks and debates, exhibitions and film screenings will be taking place all over Amsterdam. The forum is an initiative of political and cultural debate centre De Balie and centre for international cooperation DutchCulture. The Rijksakademie is partner in the organization of two events on Thursday, June 2nd.
 
Re:Creating Europe. But how? – expert meeting
2 June, 10.00-13.00, at the Rijksakademie
'Europe needs creators,' claims theater maker Lucas De Man. Who and what is the creator exactly? What is his role in the (re)structuring of European society? How do creators inspire each other? What are they struggling with? Rijksakademie artists will try to answer these questions in discussion with other creators form all over Europe.
Please note that this session is closed to the general public. Interested in participating? Send a short motivation to info@cultureforum.eu.
 
Europe through the eyes of its neighbors
2 June, 15.00-17.00, at the Rijksakademie
When are you Europe’s 'neighbour', and when are you European? What does Europe look like through the eyes of artists who have crossed its borders? Old and new neighbours will discuss the borders of European identity.
Contributors are Vasyl Cherepanyn (curator Kyiv Biennale, Ukraine), Kareem Lotfy (Rijksakademie resident 2015-2016, Egypt/The Netherlands), Sam Samiee (Rijksakademie alumnus 2014-2015, Iran/The Netherlands) and Dušan Rodić (Rijksakademie alumnus 2012-2013, Serbia).
 
The complete program and tickets are available online at www.cultureforum.eu.

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