ArtsLink Assembly 2022 has become a platform for Ukrainian artists, curators, and cultural leaders to share perspectives and ideas for the future of the cultural life of the country. It takes place from November 30 to December 2 in Warszawa, Poland, and is streamed online.
ArtsLink Assembly 2022 under the name “Greener Grass? Cultivating Transborder Connections Between Ukrainian Cultural Communities” is curated by a specially convened group of independent artists and curators from across Ukraine:
- Lia Dostlieva, Donetsk, Ukraine, currently in Poznan, Poland
- Andrii Dostliev, Donetsk, Ukraine, currently in Poznan, Poland
- Anna Gaidai, Lviv, Ukraine, currently in Vienna, Austria
- Yulia Kostereva and Yuriy Kruchak (Open Place, Kyiv, Ukraine; Yulia currently in Warszawa, Poland, Yuriy in Kyiv)
- Anastasiia Manuliak and Mariia Volchonok (Ukrainian Institute, Kyiv, Ukraine)
With presentations and panel discussions, the ArtsLink Assembly brings together over 40 key Ukrainian artists and cultural leaders to reflect on what needs to happen now, and what strategic decisions are needed for the future.
Find a detailed three-day programme, speakers’ bios, and Livestream here.
Watch Livestream also on Howlround.
All presentations and panels are in Ukrainian with simultaneous interpretation in english.
ArtsLink Assembly 2022 is organised by CEC ArtsLink and Ukrainian Institute, in partnership with Open Place. Livestream is produced and supported by HowlRound.com. ArtsLink Assembly 2022 is hosted by Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw, Poland.
ArtsLink Assembly 2022 is made possible by support from the Culture of Solidarity-EUNIC Ukraine Fund, in partnership with the European Cultural Foundation and EUNIC with core financing led by the Goethe Institut; the Trust for Mutual Understanding; and the Kirby Family Foundation.