2022 Summer School on Cultural Diversity and Collaborative Practice
Event · Summer school
Create and Counterpoints Arts are pleased to announce the 2022 School on Cultural Diversity and Collaborative Practice for up to 15 artists. We are delighted to host the 2022 School in person over five days: 13-17 July, at Killary Lodge, Co Galway.
The deadline for submission is 6 June, 5pm
About the Summer School
Influenced by global and translocal practices, the Summer School is shaped by the diverse life experiences of participants and the work and mentoring of visiting artists and facilitators.
The School’s focus on both learning and defamiliarising habituated practices is informed by the everyday realities of cultural diversity and the values and methodologies underpinning collaborative arts practice.
The interdisciplinary curriculum and composition of participants and facilitators enables a conversation about the significance and impact of cultural diversity in people’s intimate lives, in neighborhoods and within communities of place.
The 2022 edition of the School will further focus on the cultural and political understandings of ‘place’ in a world increasingly shaped by displacement and uncertainty.
The School will take the form of a five-day residency enabling a ‘think and do’ collaborative approach, utilising a combination of creative workshops, critical and comparative case studies, a creative group challenge, one-to-one mentoring, together with international guest artists including curators, policymakers and activists.
The deadline for submission is 6 June, 5pm. For enquiries contact support[at]create-ireland.ie.
Read full details on the School, as well as information on applying, here.