The Art.Act.Disrupt project presents a series of workshops for CSOs, youth workers and artists. The project is a partnership between YEU Cyprus and ABR. Dates | Location: 24/10 – 26/10 in Nicosia @Aigaia School of art & design
Address: Agion Omologiton 81, Agioi Omologites, Nicosia, Cyprus | 17:30 – 20:30 PM 31/10 – 2/11 in Nicosia @Studio 21cc | 17:30 – 20:30 PM
Address: Hasan Fehmi Uzman Sokak, Nicosia, Cyprus 13/11 – 15/11 in Limassol rural district (TBA) SIGN UP HERE: https://docs.google.com/…/19ABJr37Y0SR0Emeq…/viewform…Language: English Over the course of each 3-day workshop, participants will explore diverse forms of public interventions through artistic practices. They will gain an understanding of the distinction between cognitive and conservative approaches during the intervention creation process, as well as learn about audience engagement strategies, amongst other topics.The training will involve a hands-on approach regarding how art can be used as a protest mechanism in various ways and is open to CSOs, activists, informal groups and artists.
The training will conclude with conceptualization exercises for Artivism proposals.
Important note: Participants are asked to engage through all 3 days to ensure that they get the full benefit of the learning experience.* Participation in the workshops is free of charge.
* Coffee and snacks will be provided Contact for support:
The Active Citizens Fund (ACF) in Cyprus is supported through a €1.5m grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway under the EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021, aiming to contribute to reducing economic and social disparities and strengthening bilateral relations and cooperation between the beneficiary states and the donor states. ACF Cyprus recognises the fundamental role the civil society sector plays in ensuring democratic governance, human rights and social cohesion and focuses on the following two main objectives: strengthening civil society and active citizenship and empowering vulnerable groups in Cyprus.
The Fund Operator for the Active Citizens Fund in Cyprus is NGO Support Centre in consortium with GrantXpert Consulting. For more information, visit www.activecitizensfund.com
The Art.Act.Disrupt project benefits from a grant under the Active Citizens Fund Cyprus programme, funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, through the EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021.