After 50 years of creative invention and achievement, participatory art does not need discovering. It does not need the condescension
With adequate resources and trust participatory art would be in a position to address its weaknesses in professional development. Young
Participatory art receives more public funding today than it did, but that is still a very small proportion of public
In Britain, participatory art is at a tipping point. It will continue to grow, but how that happens will be influenced by choices that lie with public institutions: the Arts Councils in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, art schools and universities, local councils and services.
The POLIN Choir is an ambitious and sustained initiative to develop the relationship between a new museum and the community in which it stands.
Valleys Kids shows how close community art and community development can be, especially when work is rooted and sustained. The
Community art is the creation of art as a human right, by professional and non-professional artists, co-operating as equals, for purposes and to standards they set together, and whose processes, products and outcomes cannot be known in advance.
Participatory art The term participatory art is used in the arts, policy and academia to signify a very wide range
In the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, culture stands between participation and community. Those words express the concepts most widely used to describe art made collaboratively by professional and non-professional artists: participatory art and community art.
Making a book is enjoyable but demanding too, especially as the deadline for sending digital files to the printer approaches.