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

“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

Symposium Proudění-Strömungen-Currents 2013: “Keep Going” / “Weitermachen”/ “Pokračování”
Exhibition / Festival / Meetings

Symposium Proudění-Strömungen-Currents 2013: “Keep Going” / “Weitermachen”/ “Pokračování”

CAfE partners attended the opening of 2013 art symposium Proudění-Strömungen last July 2013 At the beginning of the summer holidays, the 15th German-Czech Arts Symposium Proudění-Strömungen (meaning Flow – or maybe better Currents) was held at the Cultural Centre Řehlovice from 12th to 21st July 2013. Twenty-one artists from the Czech Republic, Germany, Slovakia and Austria … Continue reading