Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain)
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Active member of the REACC Network of Spaces and Agents of Community Culture
Artistic projects are increasingly challenging and exceeding limits. They do it at very different levels: in their conception (interacting with real life, real people and immersing themselves in real experiences …); when performed publicly (incorporating and interacting with people and their points of view); and in their management (where the project can itself be an educational tool or a manifesto raising for awareness a specific cause), etc.)
In the first part of the workshop, we will discuss how to conceptualize our own artistic projects and how to find and establish new synergies. We will also analyse essential tools for the projects’ management: schedules, budgets, mission/goals, communication, etc.
Adviser for Annual Conferences contents which cover the entire Spanish territory, making visible projects, organizations and professionals working in inclusive and community performing arts. It also invites many others from beyond our borders to broaden views, knowledge and offer inspiration.
Visiting Lecturer on Articulation between Artists and Communities.
Permea is an experimental program of mediation in arts education. Mediation is now becoming an essential tool in the field; however, it is difficult to find any training for it in this area. My collaboration focuses on how artistic creations reveal and reinforce synergies and connections in the communities they work with.
Artistic creation here is presented as a meeting space place between different points of view and multiple areas of knowledge. Which This makes usit question who these creators are, how they work together and what they do with their creations. The Conference involved a vast number of people who shared their experiences around motivation, temporality or methodology.
To diversify the debate, we also addressed the contributions of artistic projects in social inclusion to the cultural sector. We highlighted the wide range of these proposals and their artistic relevance to creators and audiences, but also their limits and contradictions.
After the making of the ten commandments regarding the transformative cultural projects (2018), Carulla Foundation invites us to talk about them through three MUTARE workshops, co-participated and introduced by a speech motivator. I am in charge of the second workshop with the topic of “The person as the focus of the transformative cultural projects”.
The presentation of the conclusions reached will be in November 2019.
Contracrónica, Jordi Cabré Video
18 JUNIO 2019 (Antiga Fàbrica Damm, BARCELONA)
The anual forum of the Sistema Público de Equipamientos Escénicos y Musicales de Cataluña dedicates its 7th edition to the topic of inclusive and accessible community artistic creation.
This postgraduate offers the opportunity to acquire the theoretical and practical tools to develop pedagogic and artistic projects in different contexts and situations. Thus, structuring the knowledge regarding the performing arts and the educational investigation field.
A new edition of this meeting organized by Dançando com a diferença. I will have the pleasure of participating in the debate regarding the evolution from social projects to artistic projects: Arte e Inclusao – De palco para palco, do social ao artístico.
One more edition – I cannot miss it! It is a great networking opportunity where partnerships from literally all over the world can be built. Every year I am surprised by outstanding people and projects. Definitely, a gift to be shared.
Once again, the Teatre Principal team invited me to develop the program of the II Conference on social inclusion and the performing arts. In this second year, the event has a special focus on projects and professionals working in the Spanish islands, mainly regarding the visibility and contribution of the work they develop.
In this 11 th edition, I will present a brief announcement regarding the local program Art i Part.
Organized by Pele and Hugo Cruz, I will be at the MEXE meeting to share the current experience of working as an associate with different groups and institutions and the work developed in linking community creation projects.
The Zaragoza’s Social Circus School finds itself in a moment of evolution that makes it necessary for them to revise their ways, their structure, their roles, and to think about a mid to long-term project. I have the pleasure of accompanying a great team in this projection of sustainability process.