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NICC Membership

NICC is a social and artistic organisation founded by professional visual artists in order to advocate their rights. NICC functions as a mediator between the artists and the government, art organisations and other actors in the cultural field. By becoming a member you help give a voice to artists.

Membership costs only 12 euros. Transfer this amount to BE79 7350 4576 9133 with the message 'membership 2019'.

On showing your membership card you receive a variety of advantages and discounts at museums, shops and on subscriptions to <H>Art Magazine. Your card is valid for one year.

NICC develops an artistic and social program of artists talks, exhibitions and debates. By sending your contact details to NICC you will be invited to all projects and events.

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Debate Artist's Statute

Why, after 15 years of artist's statute in Belgium - originated from the desire to offer artists better juridical & economical protection - the statute is still an unknown and unused instrument amongst visual artists? 

Which solutions are there to make the existing statute more suitable for visual artists? Or would it not be better to search radically for new instruments and models? Which inspirationals model do neighboring countries offer? 

Invited by artist's initiative NICC, who helped realise the artist's statute 15 years ago, artists, experts & the public discuss in the art work De Nor by Dennis Tyfus the sense and nonsense of the statute today and tomorrow. Or are there more effective ways to counteract the precarious financial & juridical position of the individual artist? 

With the proposals made by artists, NICC wants to engage in debate with policy makers. 


Practical; 
De Nor, 15u-16u30
Middelheimlaan 59, 2020 Antwerpen
free
recording & broadcast on Radio Centraal
moderation: Stéphane Schraenen

Participants:
Els Vanheusden (jurist), Kobe Matthys (artist, State of the Arts), Lieven Segers (artist, president NICC), Guillaume Bijl (artist, vice-president NICC), Tobias Van Royen (juridical desk for the arts ‘Twee-eiige Drieling)