A conversation with Zoë Gray, Kasia Redzisz and Helena Kritis

Glean 1, Autumn 2023

Interview by Els Roelandt

Three women take on key positions at Brussels’ leading art institutions

Zoë Gray, Kasia Redzisz and Helena Kritis each embark on key leadership positions at WIELS, KANAL and BOZAR, respectively. Els Roelandt met with the three to talk about new horizons looming for the Brussels art scene and how to work together in sustainable ways.

Joe Chialo, the German capital’s Deputy Minister for Culture (CDU), wants to double the number of rehearsal studios, workshops, clubs, and performance venues in Berlin by 2030. While Berlin invests almost one billion euros to double its arts and culture facilities, the art institutions in Brussels remain extremely underfunded. Funding in Brussels is a complex affair with at least three different cultural administrations involved. Furthermore, as a new and financially demanding player enters the (…)

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