- Community art
Community art, also known as "dialogical art" or "community-based art," is an
artform based in a communitysetting. Works from this genre can be of any art forms and is characterized by interaction or dialogue with the community. The term was defined in the late-1960s and spawned a movement which grew in the United States, Canada, the UK, Ireland, and Australia.
Often community art is based in deprived areas, with a community oriented, grassroots approach. Members of a local community will come together to express concerns or issues through an artistic process, sometimes this may involve professional artists or actors. These communal artistic processes act as a catalyst to trigger events or changes within a community or even at a national or international level.
In English-speaking countries community art is often seen as the work of community
arts centre. Visual arts( fine art, video, new media art), music, and theater are common mediums in community art centers. Many arts companies in the UK do some community-based work, which typically involves developing participation by non-professional members of local communities.
Community art and public art
The term "community art" refers also to field of community, neighborhood and public art practice with roots in social justice and popular and informal education methods. In the art world, community art signifies a particular art making practice, emphasizing community involvement and collaboration. Community art is most often art for social change and involves some empowerment of the community members who come together to create artwork/s with artists. This is a growing national, international, regional and local field. Recently community arts and sustainability work or environmental action have begun to interface, including urban revitalization projects creating artwork at a neighborhood level.
Scandinavia, the term "community art" means more often contemporary art project.
Online community art
communitycan be seen in many ways, it can refer to different kind of groups. There are also virtual communitiesor online communities. Internet arthas many different forms, but often there is some kind of community that is created for a project or it is an effect of an art project.
Judith F. Baca
* Adam Benjamin
* Lowell Darling
* Betsy Damon
* Kate Ericson and Mel Ziegler
* Sue Gill
* Katy Grannan
* Kurt Gohde
* John Fox
* Free Style Arts Association
* Louis Hock
* Loraine Leeson
* Paper Tiger
* Mierle Laderman Ukeles
* Your Art Here
* Neil Cameron
* Ruth Howard
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* Pete Moser and George McKay, eds. (2005) "Community Music: A Handbook". Russell House Publishing.
* Helen Crummy (1992) "Let The People Sing". Craigmillar Communiversity
City Arts Centre, Dublin
Community Arts Project, Cape Town
Craigmillar Festival Society
Not-for-profit arts organization
* [http://www.actionfactory.org Action Factory Community Arts, UK]
* [http://www.areachicago.org/index.php Area|Chicago]
* [http://www.can.uk.com Community Arts North West, Manchester, UK]
* [http://www.cittadellarte.it/citta2005/eng/home/home.htm Cittadelarte, Biella, Italy]
* [http://www.colum.edu/ccap/ Center for Community Arts Partnerships, Chicago]
* [http://www.community-arts.org.uk/ Centre for Community Arts Research and Practice, Edinburgh]
* [http://www.creativecommunities.org.uk/ Centre for Creative Communities, UK]
* [http://www.communityarts.net/ Community Arts Network]
* [http://www.communiversity.org.uk/ Communiversity: Craigmillar]
* [http://www.ekac.org/dialogicimag.html Eduardo Kac: Negotiating Meaning: The Dialogic Imagination in Electronic Art]
* [http://www.communitydance.org.uk Foundation for Community Dance, UK]
* [http://www.eea.org.uk Emergency Exit Arts, London]
* [http://www.forteproject.org/eng FORTE project]
* [http://generalpraxis.blogspot.com General Praxis]
* [http://headfirstslide.com headfirstslide.com]
* [http://www.lanternhouse.org Lanternhouse International, the successor organisation to Welfare State International]
* [http://www.uel.ac.uk/ipad Institute for Performing Arts Development, London]
* [http://www.e-mailout.org Mailout - the network for developing pARTicipation]
* [http://www.soundsense.org Sound Sense - the UK development agency for community music]
* [http://www.wanae.com Online Art Community]
* [http://www.vca.unimelb.edu.au/ccd Community Cultural Development program, University of Melbourne]
* [http://www.museums.org.za/cap/index.html Community Arts Project, Cape Town]
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