Create, in association with FOMACS (Forum on Migration and Communications) present:
The Politics and Ethics of Collaborative Arts Practice
Friday June 29th, 10 -12.30pm,
Venue: Room 3073, Dublin Institute of Technology, Aungier Street, Dublin 2.
with Dr Glenn Jordan, Director of Bluetown History and Arts Centre, Cardiff and Reader in Cultural Studies in the University of Glamorgan’s Cardiff School of Creative and Cultural Industries.
Dr Glenn Jordan will present the work of Bluetown History and Arts Centre (www.bhac.org) and his ongoing collaborative work with a range of immigrant constituencies in Wales. Bluetown History and Arts Centre collects, preserves and interprets the social and cultural history of migrants, immigrants and minorities in Wales.
The lecture will also introduce the forthcoming FOMACS project ‘Portrait of Sikhs’ which will commence, in Dublin, in September 2007.
An activist-intellectual, curator and photographer, Jordan’s community-based projects have been exhibited in Ireland and throughout the UK. He has published widely on visual culture, race and representation. His books include:
Cultural Politics: Class, Gender, Race and the Postmodern World (with Chris Weedon) 1995;
Already in the Wood: The Afro-Welsh Sculpture of Raymond Charles Taylor (with Liz Taylor and Phil Cope), 2006;
Somali Elders: Portraits from Wales/Odeyada Soomaalida Muuqqaalo ka yimid Welishka, 2004
Voluntary Arts Ireland Chief Officer Kevin Murphy introducing the Create and Voluntary Arts Ireland Arts and Civil Society Symposium, 20 and 21 October 2011, Christchurch, Triskel Arts Centre, Cork.
Defining Participation and Practice - Policy Perspectives. Martin Drury, Pat Cooke, Marian Fitzgibbon, Pauline Conroy. Chair: Fiona Kearney.
Defining Participation and Practice – Policy Perspectives panel. Seated left to right: Martin Drury, Pat Cooke, Fiona Kearney (Chair), Marian Fitzgibbon, Pauline Conroy.
Create Director Sarah Tuck introducing the keynote address by Dr Anthony Downey.
Engaging Communities – The Permeable Institution. One of three concurrent LAB Debates. Left to right: Lisa Moran, Topher Campbell, Declan McGonagle (Chair), Tom Creed, William Ring.
LAB Reports panel. Left to right: Liz Burns, Robin Simpson, Tony Fegan (Chair), Declan McGonagle.
Rethinking Cultural and Civic Space. Pictured (left to right): Mícheál Ó Domhnaill, Annette Moloney, Bernadette Quinn (Chair).
Rethinking Cultural and Civic Space. Pictured (left to right): Annette Moloney (presenting), Bernadette Quinn (Chair), Frank McDonald, Faisal Abdu’ Allah.
Arts, Civil Society and Crisis panel. Pictured (left to right): Augustine Zenakos, Carlota Álvarez Basso, Daniel Jewesbury (chair), Gabriel Gbadamosi, Silvana Carotenuto.
Arts, Civil Society and Crisis. Pictured: Daniel Jewesbury (chair), Nuno Sacramento. Arts and Civil Society Symposium, Cork, October 20-21, 2011. All photos: Susan Walsh.
Christian Buchner, Katia Rush-Hall (Symposium Coordinator), Aoife O'Leary, Pamela Murray. All photos: Susan Walsh.