IN SITU will continue its journey until (at least) the end of 2024! Our new cooperation project (UN)COMMON SPACES, bringing togehter 19 partners and 12 associate partners from Europe and abroad, has been selected by the European Commission within the framework of the Creative Europe Progamme.
We support emerging artists working outside conventional venues and contributing to the transformation of our territories.
(UN)COMMON SPACES 2020-2024 our new cooperation project will kick off in November 2020. Click here for more info.
Read our statement on the pandemic and its impact, and discover some artists' responses to the drastic changes in our societies.
Re-opening of the MOOC - Create in Public Space! The course will be fully available until 30 June 2020. Click here to acces the course and to watch all IN SITU TALKS!
Cancellation: IN SITU ACT Conference scheduled for Thursday, 23 April 2020, at la Tricoterie in Brussels (Belgium). Click here to read more
This publication looks back at the last four years of IN SITU, the European platform for artistic creation in public space, led by Lieux publics, European and national centre for artistic creation in public space. You can read this book in any order you like. It offers just a brief overview of the 250 IN SITU artists, with a focus on those supported under the IN SITU ACT programme.
The pandemic has an impact on our lives and will probably have one for the years to come. The IN SITU network first had to face a series of festival cancellations and is still in the middle of finding ways to overcome the situation and to continue supporting the artists working in publics space. Since a few weeks though, new projects are emerging, as the IN SITU partners are working with artists to reinvent our relationship with this public space, that has been transformed worldwide almost overnight.
In 2019, the artist Sjoerd Wagenaar was invited by IN SITU to do an Artistic Acupuncture in Moss (NO). The urban renewal of this industrialized town raises social, economic and political questions which were at the core of Sjoerd's research - in close collaboration with Østfold Internasjonale Teater.