The European Learning Network (ELN) was the pilot program for CAPP
Date: 28 May, 2013
Time: 6.30 pm
Venue: The LAB, Foley Street, Dublin 1. No booking required.
Ahead of the Create/DCC European Learning Symposium on the 29th May, artist Joshua Sofaer will talk about his arts practice at The LAB.
Joshua Sofaer is an artist who is centrally concerned with modes of collaboration and participation. Often with an irreverent use of humour, he plays with established forms of production, appropriating and reconfiguring the chat show, competition, lecture, or museum display. He acts as curator, producer or director of a broad range of projects, including large-scale events, intimate performances, and publications.
Sofaer was a winner of the first Bank of America CREATE Art Award and was the first Artist Fellow on the 2010/11 Clore Leadership Programme.
Take our Artists' Needs Survey as part of the European Learning Network (ELN)
Create, Ireland’s national development agency for collaborative arts and Dublin City Art's Office are inviting you to take part in a survey about the professional development needs of artists who work collaboratively. Your response will inform important research being undertaken by Create in partnership with Tate Liverpool (UK), Live Art Development Agency (UK) and m-cult (Finland) and Dublin City Arts Office as part of our exploration of a European Learning Network for artists who work collaboratively.
EUROPEAN LEARNING NETWORK SYMPOSIUM May 29, 2013
Create, the national development agency for collaborative arts; Dublin City Arts Office; Tate Liverpool (UK); Live Art Development Agency (UK); m-cult (Finland) Supported by Arts Council’s EU Local Partnership Scheme.
DATE: May 29, 2013
VENUE: Wood Quay Venue, Dublin
Public Address Systems - A workshop with Lois Weaver
21st March 2013
Applications now open
Create, the national development agency for collaborative arts in social and community contexts, is delighted to welcome internationally renowned artist and academic Lois Weaver to take part in the first event of the ELN (European Learning Network) Programme 2013
Lois Weaver will conduct a one day workshop for professional artists working in or interested in collaborative socially engaged practice. This workshop will offer an intimate optic on the work of Lois Weaver, with particular focus on participatory formats and public engagement through the aesthetics of performance practice.
ELN Partners: Create, Dublin City Arts Office (Ireland), TATE Liverpool (UK), LADA (Live Art Development Agency) (UK) and M-Cult (Finland)
Create has initiated a European Learning Network (ELN) for 2013, in partnership with Dublin City Arts Office, Tate Liverpool, Live Art Development Agency and M-Cult funded by the EU Presidency Local Partnership funds.
Through the ELN partnership we will explore the evolving professional development needs of artists who locate themselves within a collaborative practice to create a framework to respond to those needs on a European level.
The European Learning Network (ELN)will explore key learning models developed by the partner organisations and share these with professional artists in the collaborative arts sphere, with a view to providing alternative optics and fresh ways of making work. We hope to provoke, challenge and encourage the collaborative art and socially engaged sector in Ireland to consider their practice in relation to an international ecology of contemporary collaborative practice and to provide greater supports for the on-going professional development of artists who locate themselves within contemporary collaborative arts practice. The funding allocated to phase one of this programme is designed to seed longer term relationships and more significant European partnerships.
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