An affordable art gallery on wheels!? Introduccing: The Artful Project.
Art Mediation / Best Practices / Exhibition / Related infos

An affordable art gallery on wheels!? Introduccing: The Artful Project.

Yes, but The Artful Project is more than a nice and curious coloured ice-cream van, it is in fact an online gallery that offers a curated selection of affordable art works. The van is the gallery’s physical space and it materialises their mission of making art accessible to everyone: Because we also believe that “art makes … Continue reading

When the opportunity to mediate art appears: Aquamediale X
Art Mediation / Best Practices / Social Issues

When the opportunity to mediate art appears: Aquamediale X

When working on the public space a key factor that should not be forgotten is that we are not only “placing art on the street” but generating a dialogue with the community around it. Their expectations, fears, “likes and hates”, will play a role on the interpretation and enjoyment of the work of art. In … 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

City – Inflammatory state –  two months after SURVIVAL Art Review
Art Mediation / Exhibition / Festival / Learn about Art in Public Space

City – Inflammatory state – two months after SURVIVAL Art Review

It’s been almost two months since the meetings of partner organisations and learners attended together in Wrocław, Poland, during the 12th edition of the SURVIVAL Art Review. SURVIVAL is organised each year in a different space, which always shapes the theme and character of it. This year, artists and lecturers were asked to refer to … Continue reading