Highlights

29 March 2022

ICAF PLATFORM SURVEY

We are in the process of developing a brand-new online platform, that will act as a 24/7 accessible ICAF.

The platform will document, discuss, and help to develop the community arts field at large. Users will have the opportunity to get inspired through an archive and library of community arts media and resources, engage with community arts organisations, artists and practitioners from around the world, and gather with other professionals, or interested individuals to share, ask and exchange.

The ICAF Platform will be developed in phases over the coming three years, and the first phase will be launched in early summer of 2022.

The final thing we are missing is your input! We have therefore created a 2-minute online survey to gather information about what you would like to access on the platform, and the ways you would foresee using it.

The survey can be accessed here. We thank you for your responses and input.

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A tip for our friends and colleagues in the Netherlands!

Theater of the Opressed organisation Formaat and The Paulus Church …

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Thriving Facilitators

Thriving Facilitators

Are you a heart-centred practitioner - change-worker, lecturer, artist & social/health-care worker? …