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The event, sponsored by the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage and held under the aegis of the Polish EU Presidency, hosted over 100 interdisciplinary projects with over 300 artists under the theme of 'Art for Social Change.'
A new collaboration is set to pair authors and scientists to produce a series of science-based novels to inspire the explorers and inventors of the future.
Science and art are often considered opposites so what happens when top practitioners in each field collaborate? The results, finds Stuart Jeffries, can be seismic.
The paper begins by exploring a core premise of the Musical Connections Program: that music can have a transformative impact on peoples lives.
In the current issue of CultureWork, Grady Hillman chronicles his experience visiting the Oregon State Correctional Institute (OSCI) with a cohort of university faculty, graduate students, and community arts leadership.
IFACCA and the Australia Council for the Arts are delighted to announce three more speakers for the 5th World Summit on Arts and Culture: Katherine Watson, Pilar Kasat and Pamela Udoka.