Arts Territory is a London based non-profit arts organisation. Initiated as a vehicle to develop creative links between Polish and UK artists and to provide a support network for international creatives interested in engaging with Polish arts, Arts Territory has developed into wider territories of investigation. Our current artistic programming is dedicated to new commissions and cross-border collaborations, development of politically informed, critical discourses that explore issues of identity, and cultural heritage in a contemporary art context. We hope to inspire new, challenging art and facilitate dialogue between artists internationally. We are also dedicated to bridging the gap between what is considered music and art by giving space and attention to both mediums equally. Arts Territory fulfils its mission in a variety of ways including exhibitions, festival, through commissioning, research projects and publications, presenting works by UK based and international artists.
Our supporters include:
Arts Council England
Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage
European Commission - Culture Programme
European Cultural Foundation (TANDEM Turkey - EU, Step Beyond Travel Grant)
Polish Institute New Delhi
Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy
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We are an independent organisation with a drive to create outstanding and thought-provoking work. We receive support from a range of sources for each individual project.
If you appreciate the type of projects we realise and would like to be involved with developing our pro- grammes, you are welcome to join us as an individual supporter or make a donation through your company or trust. We are always looking to develop mutually beneficial partnerships with both commercial and non-profit organisations in the UK and abroad.
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Katarzyna is a cultural producer, curator and founder of Arts Territory. Recent projects include: Hunger Is/Isn’t an Object with Karolina Brzuzan Kochi Muziris Biennale, 2016; Myth, Artisterium 2015; Foreignness of Sound, ICA, London, Café OTO and SOAS, 2014 and Non-Static Depiction, residencies and exhibition series, 2013. Katarzyna also curates experimental music for the JEMP festival she initiated in 2012. She is currently working on a commission-based project, The Illusion of Return supported by a scholarship from the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage that examines issues surrounding the concept of home and belonging. Katarzyna holds a BA(Hons) in Art History from Goldsmiths College and an MA in Culture, Criticism and Curation from Central St Martin’s. Currently, she is one of 10 selected curators taking part in the Beyond the Frame, 22-month professional development programme led by International Curators Forum, London.
Joanna is a creative producer, festival programmer and curator. Her work includes curating interdisciplinary programme Limits of Knowing in Martin Gropius Bau for Berliner Festspiele: Immersion, accompanied by a publication under the same title (Berlin); Programme Management at Spitalfields Music (London); Project Management & Guest Programming at Coastal Currents Visual Arts Festival (Hastings) and Production at Artichoke (London). She is also a founder and former co-producer of Sopot Fringe. Joanna graduated with an MA in Cultural Studies from UAM in Poznan, Poland. Joanna also collaborates with individual artists - most recently on video work by Beijing based artist Fang Lu (The Secret of Supermoon, Berlin).
Holding a BA in Music Industry Management, Mateusz’s interests are primarily focused on the legal aspects of the music industry. He is the co-founder of independent record label Lanquidity Records and has been the concert manager for the JEMP Festivals since 2012.