A 2-hour workshop, in which we invite selected artists and art practitioners to exchange on feminist art management practices and co-write non-guidelines on feminist and art.

As part of Room to Bloom a process is ongoing, that builds on the Code of Practice for Feminist Art Institutions created by Tranzit.cz to elaborate a Manifesto + Non-Guide for Decolonial Feminist Art & Cultural Management.

RTB can bring in this process to Warsaw to include within the reflection and writing process Warsaw Based participants, i.e. effectively opening up the Room to Bloom network to Warsaw based people. This is not a stand-alone workshop; it will be fully integrated into a year long process leading to the publication of the Manifesto + non-guide.


Ségolène Pruvot is Cultural Director of European Alternatives and coordinator of Room to Bloom. Ségolène curated, managed and coordinated artistic projects in several European countries, including Transeuropa Festival. She currently works as partner on the Horizon2020 Artsformation project focused on how arts can help manage the digital transition in contemporary societies. Ségolène is a Doctor in Urban Sociology. In the course of her academic career and professional life, she specialised on the exploration of the intersection between arts, the city and social change.

Lena Chen is a Chinese American writer and artist creating performances and socially engaged art. Awarded “Best Emerging Talent” at B3 Biennial of the Moving Image (Frankfurt), her work has appeared at Transmediale (Berlin), Färgfabriken (Stockholm), Baltimore Museum of Art, Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), Centre for Contemporary Art (Derry~Londonderry), among others.

She has been awarded grants and residencies from UC Berkeley’s Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity, Millay Colony for the Arts (Austerlitz), Office of Public Art (Pittsburgh), Burning Man Global Arts Fund (San Francisco), Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry (Pittsburgh), and Arthur Boskamp Foundation (Hohenlockstedt, Germany). She has spoken at Oxford, Yale, Stanford, and SXSW. More on her website: www.lenachen.com