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CONTEXTS

CONTEXTS was launched by Create in November 2002. A quarterly arts journal, it was designed as a vehicle for debate, discussion, in-depth review and critical analysis. Under the editorship of Paul Perry and then Gemma Tipton, an eclectic mix of reviewers, critics and artists had their say, unpacking some of the theories and experiences of working collaboratively and in context as well as reflecting on the ideas, inspiration and practice behind their work. Contributors included Alan Phelan, Philip Napier, Belinda McKeon, Daniel Figgis, Christopher Harrington, Constance Short, Louise Walsh, Mary Grehan, Chris Reid, Brian Duggan amongst many others.

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CONTEXTS 4.4  The Diaspora Issue
CONTEXTS 4.4 The Diaspora Issue
CONTEXTS 4.3  The Money Issue
CONTEXTS 4.3 The Money Issue
CONTEXTS 4.2  The Art Work Issue
CONTEXTS 4.2 The Art Work Issue
CONTEXTS 4.1  The Political Issue
CONTEXTS 4.1 The Political Issue
CONTEXTS 3.4  The Culture Issue
CONTEXTS 3.4 The Culture Issue
CONTEXTS 3.3 The Regeneration Issue
CONTEXTS 3.3 The Regeneration Issue
CONTEXTS 3.2  Arts and Health
CONTEXTS 3.2 Arts and Health
CONTEXTS 3.1
volume 3 issue 1 CONTEXTS
CONTEXTS 2.4
volume 2 issue 4 CONTEXTS
CONTEXTS 2.3
volume 2 issue 3 CONTEXTS
CONTEXTS 2.2
volume 2 issue 2 CONTEXTS
CONTEXTS 2.1
volume 2 issue 1 CONTEXTS
CONTEXTS 1.1
volume 1 issue 1 CONTEXTS

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