Social Practice and Community Engagement
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Re-membrance, Re-volt, Re-emergence: a Social Practice lecture series at the VCA
Re-membrance, Re-volt, Re-emergence is a global lecture series convened by Tania Cañas for the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) Social Practice and Community Engagement program in 2020. The inaugural event saw international, interdisciplinary artists and thinkers share creative, community and pedagogical practices as new propositions for collective political memory. In this article we look back at the artistic minds behind the four keynote presentations; Tundé Adefioye, Regina José Galindo, Kayhan Irani and Dr Joachim Ben Yakoub.
Meet Tania Cañas, course coordinator of the Honours program in Social Practice and Community Engagement at the VCA
The Bachelor of Fine Arts Honours in Social Practice and Community Engagement is a new one-year course for artists of all disciplines exploring community dynamics and techniques of understanding and engaging the public. Course coordinator Tania Cañas is an artist, researcher, writer and also works as coordinator at cohealth Arts Generator. Here she talks with Senior Lecturer in Interdisciplinary Practice Danny Butt.
Arts explainer: what is social practice?
We hear a lot about social practice in the arts, but what actually is it? We asked course coordinator of the University of Melbourne’s new Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) in Social Practice and Community Engagement Dr Danny Butt.By Dr Danny Butt