Call out for films and videos - Your film in the ICA cinema
Because we’re worth it! is 2012’s national summit for participatory arts at the ICA on 22nd March.
mailout.co is looking for your participatory arts films and videos. It may be a piece of documentation or evaluation or a project in its own right. In the spirit of sharing good practice and ideas across the country, mailout.co will be hosting a session in the ICA cinema, showing extracts of the films and exploring ideas.
We are also planning to set up a portal from mailout.co linking to films and videos.
If you have anything produced in the last two years that you’d be happy for us to show and link from our website, please get in touch or send a copy to:
mailout.co film collection
61A Manor Road
Because we’re worth it! is an important national Summit exploring and celebrating the value of participatory arts.
Participatory arts have the power to change people’s lives for the better; provide connections, experiences and rich stories.
The UK’s participatory arts scene is constantly changing, innovating, developing, celebrating, exploring and recording fantastic and ground breaking work.
Contributors confirmed so far are Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive of The RSA, Toby Lowe from Helix Arts, The Consortium of Participatory Arts Learning, The Baring Foundation, Staffordshire University and ArtWorks.
This is a call to everyone working in, with or around the participatory arts to come and be counted and engage with what promises to be one of the most influential events of the year.
The summit will provide 2012’s platform to network, find out more and exchange practice.There is a rich story which needs to be told to a wider audience.
The Summit will unearth the stories, skills and shared values that lie behind our practice as participatory artists.
This national Summit is being hosted as a collaboration between mailout.co - the UK’s national online resource for participatory arts and connectedculture, the London based network celebrating adult participatory arts.
connectedculture and mailout.co are funded by Arts Council England