I’ve lived… or the magic behind activating the willingness of artistic participation
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I’ve lived… or the magic behind activating the willingness of artistic participation

Artist: Candy Chang (New Orleans, USA) Location of art work: New York Project: Post-it Notes for Neighbors “Post-it Notes for Neighbours” is an interactive installation (inspired by Illegal Art’s To Do project) that asks neighbours to share details about their lives in the city. Questions & answers that create a participative work of art and unveils personal stories. Might the … Continue reading

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TANDEM Community & Participation – Call for Participation
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TANDEM Community & Participation – Call for Participation

Application deadline for the second edition of TANDEM Community & Participation is on Wednesday 15 October, 2014. This exchange programme supports cultural organisations to set up long-term partnerships with peers across the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and the UK. Applicants actively promote citizen participation and community engagement through arts and culture. TANDEM Community & Participation started … Continue reading

City – Inflammatory state –  two months after SURVIVAL Art Review
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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

Merging audiences – Artistic scene during cinema feast – Wrocław
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Merging audiences – Artistic scene during cinema feast – Wrocław

On Thursday, 24 July 2014, Wrocław will start celebrating its yearly festival for cinema lovers, as the next edition of the T-Mobile New Horizons International Film Festival kicks off on Thursday evening. As every year, this film festival, the biggest in Poland, drags thousands of people from the across Poland and Europe to Wrocław. For … Continue reading

Culture moves, is moving, moved by culture?
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Culture moves, is moving, moved by culture?

A Tour in Berlin, Neukölln and some thoughts on gentrification and art mediation by Eva Liedtjens Berlin – Neukölln is famous – infamous, in fact. It is a changing, fascinating district full of diverse people, problems and potential – potential for possible conflict, but also for learning from each other. During our last meeting in … Continue reading

Urban Design Word-a-day- Landmark
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Urban Design Word-a-day- Landmark

Originally posted on Urban Design Collective:
Urban Design Collective (UDC) is a non-profit organization that works as a collaborative platform for professionals from the fields of Architecture, Urban Design/ Planning to promote livable and sustainable cities through community engagement. Visit their website to learn more about urban design – http://www.urbandesigncollective.org Urban Design Collective View original post Continue reading

Culture and Urban Space: Call for papers and art projects
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Culture and Urban Space: Call for papers and art projects

Call for texts and artistic projects: Culture and Urban Space Deadline: June 6, 2014 For the publication of issue #65 the digital journal InterArtive will publish a special issue dedicated to diverse aspects of the current discussion about Culture and Urban Space. We invite theorists, critics, curators and artists who work on the subject to participate. As a … Continue reading