AIM Network (Artists' Initiatives' Meetings Network) is a European network of artist-run initiatives. It serves as a platform for exchange of experience, sharing of knowledge, increasing of mobility and cooperation between artist-run initiatives and to raise awareness of the artist-run sector within both professional art world and the broader public. The network has currently fifteen member spaces from across Europe and includes artists' initiatives of various natures and from recently initiated to well-established spaces.
Berlin in October 2010, Stockholm in February 2011, Copenhagen in September 2011, Binissalem in February 2012, Stockholm in February 2013, Helsinki in September 2013, Stockholm in February 2014, Athens in May 2014, Riga/Grobina in September 2014, Stockholm in April 2015, Wroclaw in May 2016, Berlin in September 2017, Plovdiv in May 2018, Plovdiv 2019: Local connections in June 2019 (in collaboration with Plovdiv 2019 European Capital of Culture, Galway 2020 in September 2020 (planned).
AIM received network funding from Nordic Culture Point 2011–2016. A publication was released in May 2017.
Supermarket took the initiative to launch the AIM Network, but in 2017 the role was handed over to Candyland, who secured a continued network funding for three more years, 2017–2020.