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Flanders Arts Institute

c/o Kunstensteunpunt vzw
Ravensteingalerij 38
1000 Brussels


Flanders Arts Institute is a new organisation serving the arts sector in Flanders.

public contact

  • phone: +32 2.504.90.90
  • eMail: email to Flanders Arts Institute public contact

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  • Institution
    • Cult.Inst.
    • Governmental
    • Network
    • Research/Science

participating in

  • WOMEX 2017
  • WOMEX 2016
  • WOMEX 2015
  • WOMEX 2014
  • WOMEX 2013
  • WOMEX 2012
  • WOMEX 2011
  • WOMEX 2010
  • WOMEX 2009
  • WOMEX 2008
  • WOMEX 2007
  • WOMEX 2006
  • WOMEX 2005
  • WOMEX 2004
  • WOMEX 2003
  • WOMEX 2002
  • WOMEX 2001
  • WOMEX 2000

company description

Flanders Arts Institute is a new organisation serving the arts sector in Flanders. On 1 January 2015 Flanders Music Centre, VTi (Institute for the Performing Arts in Flanders)and BAM (Flemish Institute for Visual, Audiovisual and Media Art) merged to form Flanders Arts Institute. The core functions include a focus on international activities and research in support of the practice of the arts and arts policy.

Flanders Arts Institute will continue to provide information on who’s who and who is doing what concerning the arts sector and arts policy:

-With regular overviews on the arts sector and its various disciplines and themes
-Supporting the daily work of players in the field, including suggestions for improvement and innovation when necessary
-Developing and supporting international contacts in the fields of music, the performing arts and the visual arts in Flanders via visitors’ programmes, international exchange and networking events.

Flanders Arts Institute is your new reference for all questions about music, the performing arts and the visual arts in Flanders. It will be your facilitator when looking for an artist, peer, partner or network for analysis, your resource for research and trends in the Flemish arts sector.

Developments in the last ten years within the arts field, cultural policy and society at large have required to take also a more cross-sector approach. This merger makes it possible to reinforce the work on common themes in the arts such as the position of individual artists, the relationship between local and national policy, the value of the arts and their role in society, and the relationship of the arts with other domains such as education, economy, tourism and diplomacy.

Flanders Arts Institute is a member of IAMIC - the International Association of Music Information Centres, EJN - the Europe Jazz Network & ISCM-Flanders.



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