CANCELLED & POSTPONED: due to COVID-19 and the latest updates Thursday (12/03) afternoon, regarding national health guidelines, we need to take into account the general health and safety of all participants. A new date will be set and communicated to you after 1 April 2020. Thank you for understanding.
What is it like to work for different employers and organisations and being your own boss at the same time? What inspires in working with curators, artists, performers, artistic leaders and festival producers? Would a more dynamic environment and work schedule suit you better than working in an office for 40 hours a week?
The upcoming Your Perspective is all about freelancing in the cultural field. Together with alumni in the Humanities we will discuss questions like: how do you present yourself as a ‘brand’ to get the most interesting or best-paid projects? What is it like to need funds to realise your own ideas and projects? In other words… how can you make a living of freelancing in the cultural field?
We hope to see you on 16 March!
Randy Vermeulen (BA Film and Television Sciences - now Media and Culture ) specialised in art and media management. He has over 10 years of work experience as a freelance manager, programmer, viewer and producer of various documentary films, podcasts, events and festivals. He was editor-in-chief of VPRO Dorst - an audiovisual lab for innovative storytellers - and runs the production company Vossenfilms.
Britt van Dée is owner of the company ProjektPerfekt which has a variety of expertises: from SEO copywriting & content specialist in German and Dutch, project management and educational workshops, to translation work and language courses (German and Dutch). Besides working for Mediahuis Nederland and Duitsland Instituut Amsterdam, Berlitz and Noordhoff Uitgevers are among her previous clients. She is alumna of the Educational Master’s programme for German language and culture.
Myrthe van der Boom (BA Language & Culture Studies (TCS) / MA Art Policy & Management) is a freelance curator, project manager and fundraiser. She has worked with a wide range of organizations and projects, like Het Utrechts Archief, Stichting IHLIA, Lek Art Festival, DichtbijKunst, Metaal Kathedraal and HKU. Her company Open Projecten is based in Utrecht.
Timea Andrea Lelik (BA Geschiedenis/Kunstgeschiedenis Babes-Bolyai Universiteit Roemenië en RMA Art History UU) works as an art consultant and curator for international art organisations. Her latest exhibition is Lynn Hershman Leeson: Becoming Roberta, which opened on 7 March in Amsterdam. Timea is also a PhD candidate at the University of Amsterdam.
Registration for this event is required. You can sign up here.