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Festival Extra

The Art of Community Engagement

 

How can art reflect the energies and values of a community? What does it really mean to be ‘creative’? How can art have impact on the wider agendas of this island in particular?

The University of Tasmania and Ten Days on the Island present a series of public forums to talk all things art. The events bring together professional practitioners, researchers and interested community members to discuss and celebrate the many creative activities being pursued by communities across our creative island, the outcomes they achieve, and what to do next.

Creative, progressive communities will talk constructively and passionately about fine art, music, theatre, film, dance, design, futures, presents and dreams.

 

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Image: Craig Walsh speaking at the University of Tasmania in 2011 about Digital Odyssey.
(sourced from Craig Walsh Digital Odyssey: A Museum of Contemporary Art Touring Project website) 

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DATES

Hobart

Dechaineux Theatre

WHEELCHAIR
Tue 21 Mar 2017, 5.30pm

Launceston

Lecture Theatre, Tasmanian College of the Arts

WHEELCHAIR
Wed 22 Mar 2017, 5.30pm

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Makers’ Space

Thu 23 Mar 2017, 5.30pm

 

How can art reflect the energies and values of a community? What does it really mean to be ‘creative’? How can art have impact on the wider agendas of this island in particular?

The University of Tasmania and Ten Days on the Island present a series of public forums to talk all things art. The events bring together professional practitioners, researchers and interested community members to discuss and celebrate the many creative activities being pursued by communities across our creative island, the outcomes they achieve, and what to do next.

Creative, progressive communities will talk constructively and passionately about fine art, music, theatre, film, dance, design, futures, presents and dreams.

 

UTAS_PMS_C_STACK_MAR_ART

 

Image: Craig Walsh speaking at the University of Tasmania in 2011 about Digital Odyssey.
(sourced from Craig Walsh Digital Odyssey: A Museum of Contemporary Art Touring Project website) 

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