It’s messy, difficult, compromised—but at its best community art can be joyously emancipatory. It shows us that we will only find pathways to a better place if we work together. We need each other. And we need to keep asking questions we can’t answer.
Making a book is enjoyable but demanding too, especially as the deadline for sending digital files to the printer approaches.
On Tuesday, I spoke about participatory art at a conference in Valletta. The questions people raised afterwards were mostly the
“I am the Museum” is a civil society and media action aimed to mobilize a massive citizens engagement to save
If you’ve read some of the material published on this site, I hope you’ll understand why I describe participatory
A few days ago, I wrote a post about who does, could or should get paid for their time in
Like a lot of freelance artists, what I get paid ranges from a lot to nothing, according to the commissioner’s
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People are standing on the wooded slopes of Dotrščina park, their faces turned up towards the late September sunshine. Some
The last post, which asked what an artist needs to know about the people they’re working with, drew lots of