Be SpectACTive! describes itself as ‘a European project based on audience development, involving some of the most innovative European organizations working
When I began thinking about this project, several years ago, I was determined to avoid the marshlands of jargon. Participatory
‘What are our motives? How do we make sure this isn’t just about us as artists and what we want?
Don’t feel guilty. Don’t feel sorry. Don’t look away. Just watch, and listen, and take in their story. This Is
When we met on Friday morning, there was a cheerful determination to get on with what was still to be
Well. Today was a challenging day. First of all, I had to dance, or at least move in roughly the
The last post was about trusting the process. I didn’t expect things to happen so quickly, but a morning’s work
This is often the trickiest stage of a workshop – somewhere towards the end of the first half. The novelty
The Cabbage Field is part of a former barracks in Šančiai, a suburb of Kaunas (Lithuania). The site was established by
Neither community arts practice nor its results are always good. Most art is, by definition, average—and that is good enough.