The Conference ICA – Participatory Arts: Because We’re Worth it.
As ICA writes on their website, “Because we’re worth it! is an important national Summit exploring and celebrating the value of participatory arts, held 22 March at the ICA in London. Participatory arts have the power to change people’s lives for the better; provide connections, experiences and rich stories. The UK’s [...]. Read more
Chrissie Tiller, Head of Cross- sectoral and Community Arts (Goldsmiths College)
Chrissie is the founder and director of the MA in Cross-Sectoral and Community Arts at Goldsmiths, University of London. This was established in partnership with the National Theatre. Chrissie also works in the UK and internationally, both within the arts but also as a creative facilitator and leader in the [...]. Read more
Art in the Park is a charity, which delivers art based work to help improve the lives and environment for people in the local community. They use visual and performance based education and training workshops, and are involved in community, studio and public art projects. Andrea Sinclair is a senior artist at Art in the Park who has worked on a variety of projects including many years [...]. Read more
Spare Tyre is a participatory arts company, which creates theatre with voiceless communities. They currently work with people aged 60+, adults with learning disabilities, and women who have experienced sexual violence. They deliver workshops and create performances as well as share their learning within the wider community.
Spare Tyre has been active in London for a number of years and [...]. Read more