Saturday 30 September
14:00 - 15:45

Waking Up

Critical Animals

In a world where socially engaged art is more important than ever, how do artists work ethically with communities? Covering the pitfalls, changes and challenges in community arts and cultural development, this panel discusses the importance of representation, diversity and cultural competency in the arts.

Image: Participatory art work, The Emotional Life of Objects (2016), Sand Casts of Personal Objects by Participants (Detail), Kate Richards with Penelope Lee, ARC Centre for the History of Emotions, George Paton Gallery. Image courtesy Andrew Turl

 

Kate Richards, Madalyn Trypas, Kevin Bathman, Isabella Capezio

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