Highlights

28 June 2021

Introducing our new team member!

We are very happy to share with you the news that we have a new team member here at ICAF! The wonderful Amy Gowen has recently joined the ICAF team. In a few weeks she has become an equal member of the team next to Anamaria and Jasmina and will oversee the tasks of co-programming and communications. Amy (born in the UK but living in the Netherlands) previously worked as City and Arts Curator at Onomatopee in Eindhoven and is an alumnus of the Utrecht University Arts and Society programme where she researched the relationship between art and the commons. Amy continues to be fascinated by the pivotal role community arts plays in shaping society and is therefore excited to start working towards the Open Call for ICAF 2023 and to begin talking with community arts practitioners from all around the world. 

Kids Stay Home

#KidsStayHome is a family-friendly channel featuring arts-based activities that children and families …

For a few years now we have been dreaming about creating a digital platform for ICAF, one that colleagues from around the world can visit, …

Community theatre company A’Pele from Porto, Portugal, produces every two years the community performance festival MEXE that ICAF is proud to be associated with. …

On August 31, the Netherlands Fund for Cultural Participation (FCP) announced that it will be continuing to finance the International Community …

A tip for our friends and colleagues in the Netherlands!

Theater of the Opressed organisation Formaat and The Paulus Church …

6 July 2020

Thriving Facilitators

Thriving Facilitators

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