We are pleased to announce the publication of the programme for the 2021 Autumn School on Cultural Diversity and Collaborative Practice. Devised by Create and Counterpoints Arts’ Learning Lab, the School is an initiative of The Arts Council’s Artist in the Community (AIC) Scheme, managed by Create.
Now in its fourth year, the School will take the form of a five-day virtual residency enabling a ‘think and do’ collaborative approach, utilizing creative workshops, critical and comparative case studies, a creative group challenge, one-to-one mentoring.
International guest artists including curators, policymakers and activists: Dana Olărescu, Dominik Czechowski, Ismail Einashe, Isabel Lima, Nike Jonah.
A special feature in 2021 will include a School event with investigative journalist, Ismail Einashe, at Platforma 6 on 22 October. This event is open to public. Read more and reserve a free place here.
Palermo: The Black Mediterranean – Collaborative, Investigative Methods in a Frontier Place
Date & Time: 22 October, 11am – 12:30pm
Moderated by Áine O’Brien (Counterpoints Arts), Einashe reflects on how the tools of investigative journalism – interviews, data, trauma-informed reporting, cross-border, and diverse, collaborative forms of journalism – might align and compliment experimental, embedded approaches of socially engaged art practice; how both practices can mutually inform each other to gain a more vital sense of urban citizenship and how local places are continuously transformed through different waves of migration.