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CAN and FLOCK delivered the 25 March event online through Zoom.

FLOCK is a monthly forum for Perth’s independent artists to share practice and facilitated discussion with each other.  FLOCK is for artists, by artists. CAN hosted their first event for 2020.

CAN and FLOCK are working together to get a version of the event published for everyone to interact with online. We will keep you posted.


WORKSHOP: YOU ARE COMMUNITY

Carolina Duca
Identify your communities and discover creative ways to engage them. Dream up new possibilities for generating shared art experiences. Through a series of games and activities, Carolina will share their unique, generous way of using theatre tools at the service of community and play. Come join a circle of knowledge sharing. If you are an independent artist of any discipline, a community arts worker, or someone looking for new ways of becoming involved in your communities, this workshop is for you!

DISCUSSION: ART AS COMMUNITY
Facilitated by Daisy Sanders

Extending on the workshop we will discuss the WHY and HOW of community arts practice. A facilitated exploration of the value and impact of arts practice as and with communities, including sharing tough questions about ethics, ownership and empowerment in community arts.

 

About Carolina:
Carolina is an artist and producer living and working on Noongar Boodja. Their practice focuses on storytelling, interactive/immersive performance and community arts projects. In 2019 they established Teatro Latinx, a storytelling project that engages Perth-based Latin Americans to uncover their collective stories and explore their experiences of identity, community and home.

About Daisy:


Daisy is a Perth-based independent artist, a graduate of WAAPA (2013 BA Dance, 2017 First Class Honours) and a member of Sensorium Theatre. Her practice includes an enduring, embodied exploration of rest and sustainability. She is passionate about arts accessibility, advocating for artist health and well-being and cultivating communities that prioritise care and critical dialogue.

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