The Musicals Choir was started by Cristina Colomer, director of the Escola de Músics in Raval, for young people experiencing
The pandemic has caused all sorts of trouble to the Traction project, as it has to everything and everyone, everywhere.
This post, written by Arlene, introduces the third episode of “A Culture of Possibility,” our monthly podcast, in which we
Amber Hansen and Reyna Hernandez live in Vermillion, South Dakota, a small city of about 10,000 people in the American Mid-West. Both women came
Suddenly it’s October, and Fun Palaces weekend is here. Since its invention in 2014, the Fun Palaces idea has burst
I am looking up at the third floor window of number 36 – smaller than the windows below. We know there is a window seat inside. It’s where the midwife sat, almost 18 years ago, as our daughter Hannah gave birth to Rosa May, her second child, at 6am on a clear spring morning.
Following yesterday’s post, here is Sajida Carr‘s presentation to ADESTE+. Following on from Francois talk there have aeons of activities
Murals were a cornerstone of the early community art movement. Between the 1960s and 1990s, hundreds were painted, mostly outdoors,
In the last post on this site, I wrote about the challenges that Covid-19 presents to anyone who makes community
A couple of weeks ago, I published a text on the ethics of participatory art by Arlene Goldbard on A