GAPA Group on Facebook

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Art in Activism: politics, creativity + social change [GAPA]

This is an exploratory space for those interested in artistic activism and political change. We welcome discussion from all corners of the globe! Consider this a hub for all things related to art activism, political change, creative revolutions, artistic critique and the like! A safe space to post your findings, radical ideas, work, and much more. Please post in the spirit of the group and respect the fact that this is neither a marketplace nor an advertisement page. You can share links, photos, events, ideas, political artwork which you have created - but please, this is not the place to seek custom. Anything that we feel is irrelevant will be deleted. Posts are currently unmoderated and we'd like to keep it that way 🙂 Thank you for respecting your fellow group members. --- This group is moderated by the NGO the Global Arts and Politics Alliance (GAPA). Visit our Facebook page here! https://www.facebook.com/NGOGAPA/
Saturday, April 21st, 2018 at 7:02pm
Thursday, April 19th, 2018 at 5:29am
Comrades! Registration is now open for "Cultural Activism in the Classroom," a six-week, fifty-hour online PD course for Middle and High School Teachers this Fall 2018.
Friday, April 13th, 2018 at 8:23pm
Hello dear art activists,

I'd like to call your attention to an important project that is currently being conducted on justice through Horizon2020.

As you know, the topic of justice is one thing in the books, and totally another in real life. It underpins a lot of the themes touched upon by "artivism", which often seek to raise awareness for real experiences on the ground.

At work we have a project in which we want to study this theoretical-practical link of "justice", and produce empirical evidence for decision-makers to better create policies that reflect people's realities and needs in Europe.

It would be great if you could please support us with a like. We regularly invoke socially engaged art as a means to raise awareness and sensitivites for realities, and want to strengthen its status.

https://www.facebook.com/ethosjustice

Thank you so much!!
Wanda
Thursday, April 12th, 2018 at 5:06am
Hey Everyone!!!
HELP NEEDED!
PLEASE LIKE THIS PAGE.
FOR ARTISTS BY ARTISTS!!
~Tj

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