Get involved

Signing up to the GAPA page will give you access to all our resources and automatically sign you up to our newsletter. You will also become eligible to guest post on our blog, join the Think Tank, and get more involved in your local community with our help and guidance. Click on Community benefits, and you can now access all pages.

To guest post on the blog, join the Think Tank, and learn more about how you can feature your art and profit from our network completely, email or

To register, all you need to do is sign up with your email address. Your data will only be used for the purpose of our internal archive, seeing all our pages on the website, and for receiving the newsletter informing you about the latest in the world of arts and politics.

Simply register here:

Becoming a GAPActivist is absolutely free of charge!

Here are the three core things we can offer you once you sign up:

GAPA Think Tank

The GAPA Think Tank is made up of six working groups organised around topics relevant to society and politics. The topics are Migration, Identities, Consumption, Civic Participation, Conflict & Terrorism, and the Environment. Read more about them here! This pillar seeks to strengthen political consciousness, to firmly situate the arts/politics intersection in academia, and to provide an academic basis for discussion.

GAPA Resources 

The GAPA Resources consist of a vast database of members, various social media pages, an opportunities page with the latest conferences/competitions/workshops, our very own Blog, an academic bibliography, and much more. We constantly extend our repertoire, and if you have something to add, please contact us!  is a unique feature of being a GAPActivist. On our website, we endeavour to gather the work of our members and provide an opportunity to share, comment, question and collaborate through the Blog, the newsletter, and our collection of resources. If you want to contribute, simply message us.

GAPActivist Events 

At our occasional GAPA events, we gather interested community members in an inspiring environment. We share ideas and insights, exhibit art, discuss ideas, and make plans to better our societies through artistic expression. Events are organised either by community members with GAPA support, or by the GAPA Board. We envision to expand our events to eventually hold an international conference with workshops, panel discussions, networking opportunities, and exhibitions.

As we operate free of charge, we do appreciate financial support. Imagine all the things we could do if each of our 1000 GAPActivists donated one Euro! Click here to support us.