A is for Adventure: What is Art for you?
Art Mediation / Education / Poll / Social Issues

A is for Adventure: What is Art for you?

Sometimes is easier to experience things than to describe or define them, such is the case of Art. Even given the case of being an art lover, sometimes it is difficult to explain why we “love what we love”. Such questions as “What is Art? What is it for? Should it have a specific function … Continue reading

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“Between the Lines” : a format for Teaching and Learning on Performance Art
Art Mediation / Education / Related infos

“Between the Lines” : a format for Teaching and Learning on Performance Art

For some Řehlovice is just a village in Czech Republic. For others it is a universe full of creative experiences. Since 2008 a group of students is traveling each year to Řehlovice in Czech Republic to attend the course on Performance Art conducted by Prof. Marie-Luise Lange and BBB Johannes Deimling. This six days course … Continue reading

RUPERT: educational & residency program OPEN CALL
Education / Open Call

RUPERT: educational & residency program OPEN CALL

RUPERT is a centre for Art and Education devoted to establishing close cooperation between artists, thinkers, researchers, and other cultural actors through interdisciplinary programs and residencies. A knowledge-based platform for innovative creative production, Rupert integrates with the social and cultural framework of the city of Vilnius while simultaneously supporting a strong international focus. Current Open … Continue reading

A holistic approach to art mediation. Case of study: elmur
Art Mediation / Best Practices / Learn about Art in Public Space

A holistic approach to art mediation. Case of study: elmur

Introduction – Every single detail matters If we understand art mediation as “a strategy to build up a bridge between a specific work of art and its audiences”[1], therefore enhancing the opportunity to facilitate understanding of a particular artwork, it is not difficult to conclude that every specific work of art needs to be analysed … Continue reading

“I don’t get it! Could you help me?”
Art Mediation / Best Practices / Meetings

“I don’t get it! Could you help me?”

Mediation instruments for contemporary art in public space: a debate-workshop with Allan Siegel at Aquamediale IX. “I do not get it!” sure you have heard it while in front of a contemporary art piece. Indeed contemporary art can be sometimes a bit “cryptic” as its message is mostly contained within a plastic materialisation of complex … Continue reading

CAfE in BCN: 4 days to reflect around what we have learned
Best Practices / Meetings / Partners

CAfE in BCN: 4 days to reflect around what we have learned

More than 18 moths after the beginning of CAfE partnership it is time to reflect and dialogue around what we have learned while sharing experiences and cooperating within the filed of contemporary art practices on the public space, art mediation and non-formal art education. Our CAfE partnership has grown and structured along the last year … Continue reading