Workshop No. 3 in Aarhus, March 13th-14th, 2019

Site, Material, and Medium in Socially Engaged Art

CCCA (Collaboration and Community-Building in Contemporary Art) is an international research network that looks at current global trends for collaboration and community building in contemporary art. With the theme of “Site, Material, and Medium in Socially Engaged Art” we wish to focus on how specific places, various forms of materiality, or different types of mediation contribute to the human interaction and social relations that occur when art projects trigger new types of activities in local communities. Read more here.

Building 1467, Room 316
School of Culture and Society, Aarhus University
Jens Chr. Skous Vej 7, 8000 Aarhus C
Link to map

Wednesday, March 13th:
10:15-10:30                     Welcome and short round of introductions
10:30-12:15                     Session 1:

12:15-13:15                      Lunch
13:15-15:00                     Session 2:

15:00-15:30                    Coffee break
15:30-17:30                    Session 3:

18:30-21:30                   Dinner at Restaurant No. 16, Europaplads 16, 8000 Aarhus C

Thursday, March 14th:
11:00-12:45                      Session 4:

12:45-13:15                     Lunch
13:15-14:00                    Transport by local bus 4A til Sigrids Stue, Gellerup
14:00-17:00                   Grete Aagaard, about Sigrids Stue art project
17:00-18:30                   Bus back to Aarhus, closing session at Café Stiften

Confirmed speakers:
Birgit Eriksson, Aarhus University
Manuela Ciotti, Aarhus University
Tomoko Shimizu, Tsukuba University
Yoshitaka Mōri, Tokyo University of the Arts
Karen Waltorp, Aarhus University
Lena Quelvennec, HEAD, Geneva
Charlotte Bagger Brandt, Raaderum
Noémi Fodor Rasmussen, Kokkedal på Vej
Eimi Tagore-Erwin, Lund University
Andreas Lenander Ægidius, Syddansk Universitet SDU
Anne Louise Blicher, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts
Gregory Miller
Grete Aagaard, Sigrids Stue 
Gunhild Borggreen, University of Copenhagen

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