Heba El-Cheikh is a creative producer and arts manager based in Cairo who has been working with young people and communities
‘Sir, a woman’s preaching is like a dog’s walking on his hind legs. It is not done well; but you
A few weeks ago, I spent a day with John Fox and Sue Gill at their home on Morecambe Bay.
Community and participatory art has long roots in Britain. Its practice owes much to ideas that were developed in the
Yesterday I talked with students taking a community art module at the University of Utrecht. They were an unusually diverse
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‘In the Netherlands, community art is predominantly result-oriented, whereas, until recently, in English-speaking countries the focus was on participation and
The crisis in Greece has slipped from the front pages as others, even more urgent, force themselves on Europe’s consciousness.