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Dave Beech, Artist, Free collective and Professor, Valand Academy, University of Gothenburg.
Dave Beech, Artist, Free collective and Professor, Valand Academy, University of Gothenburg.

Dave Beech, Artist, Free collective and Professor, Valand Academy, University of Gothenburg, spoke at the European Academy of Participation International Conference in Dublin

The conference was held on October 27-28, 2016 at Dublin School of Creative Arts, Dublin Institute of Technology, Grangegorman Campus, Dublin, hosted by Create as part of the EAP initiative.

The EAP is a strategic partnership supported by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Commission

Partners
Goethe-Institut, Munich, Germany; Castrum Peregrini, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; ACERT, Tondela, Portugal; Avrupa Kultur Dernegi, Istanbul, Turkey; National University of the Arts Bucharest, Romania; Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, London, UK; University of Marseille, France; Universidad de la Iglesia de Deusto, Bilbao, Spain; ELIA The European League of Institutes of the Arts, Amsterdam, The Netherlands and Create, Dublin, Ireland.

More about EAP at academyofparticipation.org

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The Art of Dying 28 May, The GATE Lab , Dublin. Create, the Bealtaine Festival and the Dublin Dance Festival invited a panel of artists and end of life care specialists to discuss the role of arts practice within the ethical, philosophical and practical realities of this subject. Chair: Vincent Woods Panel, Gary Keegan, Brokentalkers; Regina McQuillan, St Francis Hospice and Muirne Bloomer, choreographer.

The Art of Dying 28 May, The GATE Lab , Dublin

Create, the Bealtaine Festival and the Dublin Dance Festival invited a panel of artists and end of life care specialists to discuss the role of arts practice within the ethical, philosophical and practical realities of this subject.

Chair: Vincent Woods Panel, Gary Keegan, Brokentalkers; Regina McQuillan, St Francis Hospice and Muirne Bloomer, choreographer.

 

1. Watch Shared Spaces: Making Performance with and about Marginalised Communities

Katherine Atkinson, Professional Development, Create, chairs a session at IETM Dublin called Shared Spaces: Making Performance with and about Marginalised Communities.

Panellists include Theatremaker, Dylan Tighe; playwright & novelist Gabriel Gbadamosi; playwright & theatremaker Rosaleen McDonagh, Owen Boss of ANU Productions, Gary Keegan, of Brokentalkers and Elli Papakonstantinou, ODC Ensemble

This session introduces the work of artists collaborating with marginalised communities, showcases their working methods and examines questions around ethics, identity, audience and responsibility in order to open up discussion and interrogate how best to represent the complex realities of today's world.

Shared Spaces: Making Performance with and about Marginalised Communities took place on 12 April at The Ark, Dublin as part of Dublin IETM 2013

IETM Dublin 2013 was an initiative of the Arts Council of Ireland in partnership with Culture Ireland, produced by Project Arts Centre and supported by Dublin City Council and Fáilte Ireland. It was part of both the Arts Council’s and Culture Ireland's Culture Programme to mark Ireland’s Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

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