Culture, Democracy and the Right to Make Art

Culture, Democracy and the Right to Make Art

The British Community Arts Movement

Jeffers, Alison (University of Manchester, UK); Moriarty, Gerri (Independent Arts Consultant, UK)

Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

12/2018

280

Mole

Inglês

9781350094888

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Notes on Contributors Chapter 1: Introduction, by Alison Jeffers (University of Manchester, UK) Part 1 Chapter 2: The British Arts Movement 196801986, by Alison Jeffers Chapter 3: Community Arts - a forty-year apprenticeship: A view from England, by Gerri Moriarty (artist) Chapter 4: Craigmillar Festival, the Scottish Community Arts Movement of the 1970s and 1980s and its impact: A view from Scotland, by Andrew Crummy (artist) Chapter 5:.The Pioneers and the Welsh Community Arts Movement: A view from Wales, by Nick Clements (artist) Chapter 6: Grown from shattered glass: A view from Northern Ireland, by Gerri Moriarty Part 2 Chapter 7: Memories, Dreams, Reflections: Community Arts as Cultural Policy: the 1970s, by Oliver Bennett (University of Warwick, UK) Chapter 8: Training and Education for Artists: The impact of ideas in the 1970s and 1980s on the training of artists today, by Mark Webster and Janet Hetherington (Staffordshire University, UK) Chapter 9: From Community Arts to the Socially Engaged Arts Commission, by Sophie Hope (Birkbeck, University of London, UK) Chapter 10: Cultural Democracy, Developing Technologies and Dividuality, by Owen Kelly (Arcada University, Finland) Chapter 11: Conclusion, by Alison Jeffers and Gerri Moriarty Endnotes Bibliography Index
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