Homelands, places of belonging is a community co-creation project for and by newcomer and refugee artists led by the International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation and its partners. The project is implemented in 3 Belgian cities: Antwerp, Brussels and Namur.
Homelands co-creation online trainingfor artists, cultural mediators, or anyone in the artistic field wishing to discover and develop artistic co-creation
If you want to have a profound experience about co-creation in challenging times, it’s the perfect moment to join our 5 online workshops given in English from 30th April 2021 till 28th May and come with us on this journey to explore co-creative processes in the digital space.
During the 5 online sessions you will learn:
- what co-creation really is
- the potentials and challenges of creating online
- how to make a bridge between old analog art practice and new digital tools
- how to address and “manage” your audience
- how to design a co-creative process online
Whether being an artist or mediator in the cultural sector or someone with an interest for artistic co-creating you might be curious about exploiting and understanding the potential, benefits and the challenges of co-creating in a virtual space.
Our interactive online sessions provide you with a safe and inspiring environment to become an open minded active agent of the artistic process. The sessions are experiential and the participants are the co-creators and work together live and real time in the digital space.
The workshops will be recorded and therefore become footages of a video-documentary on digital co-creation. We will also collect digital artwork produced during the workshops in order to be able to design online presentations and/or exhibitions.
This course is taught by the art ambassadors of the International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation: Andor Timar (HU), Ilse Wijnen (BE) and Raul Iaza (IT).
Let’s meet regularly on the following dates.
- 30/04 / 9.30am – 12pm
- 07/05 / 9.30am – 12pm
- 14/05 / 9.30am – 12pm
- 21/05 / 9.30am – 12pm
- 28/05 / 9.30am – 12pm
The workshop is free but places are limited so don’t wait too long to sign up.
Please contact Juliette Van Maele for more information and/or for your inscription to the online workshop