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What is at Stake in Community Practice? What Have We Learned?

Magazine article
Authors Jason E. Bowman
Published in Stages: Journal of the Liverpool Biennial
Issue 5
Pages 2-9
ISSN 2399-9675
Publication year 2016
Published at Valand Academy
Pages 2-9
Language en
Keywords community arts, the commons, the social turn, artist-organisation
Subject categories Social welfare/social pedagogics, Music, Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Arts


In this writing I seek to detect a few precursory concerns that may inform an initial response to the question, ‘What is at Stake in Community Practice? What Have We Learned? In doing so I consider issues of legacy and obfuscation; the delimiting of education as a public good, and indicate the potential for artist-organisation to be considered in determining organisational practices.

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