October 25, 2021, 4 PM to 7 PM
Venue Theaterbüro München, Dachauer Str. 112d, 80636 München
Registration until 22 October 2021: email@example.com
It is always a challenge for transnational artists with multiple marginalized identities and intersecting oppressions to gain access to Munich independent arts communities to establish an art praxis. Experiences of discrimination, language, structural and bureaucratic barriers present a great challenge for such artists even to make a start.
The Information and networking day curated by Keith Zenga King will include tips and advice on making a start, discrimination, and negotiation of fees for independent artists. In these ever, still, challenging times for artists and cultural makers, this information and networking evening hopes to offer a space for artists and cultural makers with multiply marginalized identities and intersecting oppressions to generate knowledge, breathe new life into their practices and build radical solidarities. Artists for Artists is the theme for this evening.
The Information and Networking Day, which will be realized within the scope of the nationwide project “Guides to the Independent Arts Communities”, is organised by Theaterbüro München and curated by Keith Zenga King.
With Keith Zenga King (Lotsin), Anna Donderer and Laura Martegani (Theaterbüro München), Urszula Heuwinkel (Guides to the Independent Arts Communities)
Making a start – Kanakisierung of Culture
With Tunay Önder (author, publicist, dramaturgical consultant and curator)
Discrimination – We are sick of it.
With Cana Bilir Meier (filmmaker, art educator)
Negotiating fees, Q&A Livestream
With Anta Helena Recke (theatre director and performer)
Music and short Q&A
With Theresa Bittermann (DJ*, Musicartist, Author)
Keith Zenga King is a black, gender non-conforming writer, curator and theatre maker Since fleeing into exile, Keith Zenga Kings work has explored creating new textutres and embodiments at the nexus of intersectional identities at which she lives.Keith seeks to excavate and amplify the stories of the African/migrant/refugee /queer and trans* communities.
The project “Guides to the Independent Arts Communities – Multilingual Symposia and Gallery Walk 2021” is supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media. A project in cooperation with schreiben & leben der Lettrétage, Music Pool Berlin, inm – initiative neue musik berlin e.V., Tanzbüro München, Theaterbüro München, NRW Landesbüro Freie Darstellende Künste e.V., Interkultur Ruhr, Pop-Büro Region Stuttgart, Freie Tanz- und Theaterszene Stuttgart and Produktionszentrum Tanz und Performance e.V., Dachverband freie darstellende Künste Hamburg e.V. and fluctoplasma.