Connect Create Change: Leading Collaborative Arts in Ireland
Create publishes this strategy, Connect Create Change; Leading Collaborative Arts in Ireland at a time of significant global change and in the firm belief that by working together, artists and communities can purposefully explore how collaborative arts engage in distinct, relevant and powerful ways with the urgent social, cultural and political issues of our times.
This strategy provides a framework to support the ecology, resources and relationships that will develop discourse, policy and next practice from 2020 to 2025. Our five strategic goals are designed to increase the reach of collaborative arts, enhance its value and ensure its ongoing sustainability. Our actions will create key focal points for the sector over the coming years.
Transactions #2 Field and Academy: Knowledge and counter knowledge in socially-engaged art
TransActions publication series is an international partnership between Stockyard Institute Chicago and National College of Art & Design Dublin, Ireland, and is led by Jim Duignan (SI) and Fiona Whelan (NCAD).
Issue #2 Field and Academy: Knowledge and counter knowledge in socially engaged art (2017) is a collaboration between NCAD, Fire Station Artists’ Studios and Create, the national development agency for collaborative arts. Drawing threads from the meta to the micro level of knowledge production, issue #2 sets out to pose questions for the field of socially-engaged art and education practice in 2017.