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Community Arts Partnership through The Programme for Intercultural Arts Support (PICAS) is delighted to invite you to this interactive collective learning event

Drawing Together: the art of building intercultural relationships

Community Arts Partnership through The Programme for Intercultural Arts Support (PICAS) is delighted to invite you to this interactive collective learning event. This will be the first of a series of conversations, events and processes designed to develop creative processes and intercultural relationships.

Who should attend?

  • Are you a community artist/cultural facilitator looking to enhance your practice using an intercultural approach?
  • Are you a community artist/cultural facilitator from a minority ethnic background looking for additional areas of support?
  • Are you from a community group that is using or would like to use the arts to develop intercultural relations and challenge racism and hate crime?
  • Are you an arts organisation currently working with an intercultural approach or with ambitions to do so?

Then this is an event for you!

Event Details

Date: 28th November 2013

Time: 9.30am –  3.00. pm

Venue: Ulster Hall – Belfast

Lunch and Refreshments

RSVP: Complete attached registration form and send back to charo@commartspartner.org RSVP deadline is Thursday 21st of November 2013.

OBJECTIVES:

  • Create a space for networking and share ideas.
  • Explore the opportunities within the PICAS programme and the Arts Council Intercultural Strategy.
  • Conversation on what is intercultural arts practice looking at different approaches
  • Reflect on the positives and negatives of using arts to enhance intercultural relationships. How to enhance the plusses and address the minuses?
  • Explore the possibility to create a permanent forum for community artists and cultural facilitators working interculturally.

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