APR
wed

22

School of Missing Men

13 May 2019

The School of Missing Men takes as it starting point the fact that 75 percent of students at BEAR are women, a norm ratio in art schools across the Netherlands and abroad. How is it then that the art-world continues to be for the most part male dominated? The goal is to see how we can learn from our current situation, to see it both as a set of systemic problems to investigate as well as a series of opportunities to take hold of. Looking into social behaviors and the values ascribed to them, as performed in a poignant manner in Ahsan’s Shy Radicals, becomes a crucial site to collectively reflect on and trouble existing norms.

studies:
blog

Survey BEAR alumni (2014-2018)




Reading of Shy Radicals with Hamja Ahsan

empowerment training28 May '19

Augusto Boal (Photo: Jean-Gabriel Carasso, 1979)

Theatre for social change!

Using Theatre of the Oppressed, a method by Augusto Boal, by Maike Koolhaas and Jennifer van Exel


empowerment training11 May '19

Assertive Communication Training (English spoken)

Sarita Bajnath


empowerment training13 Apr '19

Assertieve Communicatie Training (Nederlandse gesproken)

Sarita Bajnath


empowerment training30 Mar '19

The Roadmap to Equality in the Arts in the Netherlands

A conference that addresses the under-representation and misrepresentation of women artists, WOC and nonbinary artists


conference18 Jan '20