SeaChange: Community Arts Encounters Workshop
Cork Community Art Link and Community Arts Partnership, in association with Blue Drum and The School of Applied Social Studies UCC have developed an all-island initiative to explore, through a range of discussions and deliberations, the power of community arts to promote, advocate for and ultimately deliver positive change.
We intend this conference to provide networking, inspiration and peer support for all community organisations who run arts programmes or wish to do so, and for everyone interested in the possibilities of the arts in community and social contexts.
Sea Change: Arts Encounters - Day Two
We present a series of discussions, workshops, and reflection on our practices aiming to build up networking, cooperation and to create a blueprint. Our goal is to offer support and guide a series of further actions, explorations and to deepen the strategy to assist all communities to access participatory and community arts and promote better practice and lasting change.
Key note addresses by video;
Franco Bianchini; Professor of Cultural Policy and Director of the Institute for Research on Culture and the Creative Industries, University of Hull
Key issues around cultural development, participation and engagement
Conor Shields; CEO of Community Arts Partnership, Belfast
New culturally democratic possibility is just around the corner but, is that still out of reach?
All practictioners working in the fields of community and participatory arts are welcome, you are required to attend day 1 of the conference on the 17th of May in order to join in this workshop event.
Please contact Cork Community Art Link by phone at 021 455 3747 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions.
71 Watercourse Road, Cork, County Cork, Ireland