Discrimination and Harrassment in Arts Education (Equality in the Arts Pt. 3)
Radio ArtEZ, season 3, episode 7
This six part miniseries is based on the conference The Roadmap to Equality In The Arts that took place 18 January 2020 and dealt with the undeniable under- and misrepresentation of women artists, Women of Colour, non-binary and genderqueer artists in the Dutch art world. With performances, keynotes, presentations and panels the conference attempted to establish stepping-stones on the path to gender equality in the arts by raising awareness, gathering data and mobilising existing networks and collective knowledge.
The third episode is dedicated to higher arts education. Although female students dominate the art schools in the Netherlands it is startling to realize that the art-world continues to be male dominated. And even though art schools should offer safe and challenging spaces, sexist and racist mechanisms are still at play today. It features Petra Van Brabandt who offers a passionate and razor-sharp argument about the challenges that art education faces and the pitfalls it comes across.
For information on ENGAGEMENT, see: www.engagementarts.be/en
For more information on the research: www.rektoverso.be/artikel/racism-and-sexism-in-art-education-a-subjective-mapping
If you want to be involved in the workgroup, please contact:
Catelijne de Muijnck (ArtEZ studium generale) firstname.lastname@example.org
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A conference that addresses the under-representation and misrepresentation of women artists, WOC and nonbinary artists
conference18 Jan '20