What makes for the spirit of reciprocal art-making in an age of fragmentation?

In a 3-day hands-on workshop/seminar (21-23 Nov), we’re looking at the topic of conviviality in participative and social art practices.


21 Nov 2017 (Tuesday)
10.30 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.

In an exclusive full-day workshop, German artist Susanne Bosch offers a toolbox and experimental format of approaching a human, societal or globally urgent topic, that asks:

  • What makes for the spirit of reciprocal art-making in an age of fragmentation?
  • How can we apply this to our own creative context? When does value emerge?
  • How can we build skills to bring others on a journey of transformation and growth as global citizens?

We hope this workshop and seminar will be useful for emerging and experienced artists from across all art forms interested in the field of collaborative and social practice, as well as educators, activists, workers and change-makers engaged in community-based practice.

If you are interested in how creative engagement can nurture global citizenship and empathic action around local and global justice themes, this workshop is for you!

This workshop is limited to 30 pax.

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Tickets are available online through Peatix.

Students enjoy a 50% off all workshop prices with proof of student identity at entry. Use coupon code “BRACK50”

For our facilitators’ information, you will be asked to fill out a form via Peatix. Or email us with the subject line “2017 Conviviality Workshop”, and provide the following details:
– Full Name
– Tell us a little about yourself and your Interests
– Contact Details (email and mobile no.)



Susanne Bosch

Susanne Bosch is an artist and independent researcher. She received a PhD “Learning for Civil Society Through Participatory Public Art” from the University of Ulster in Belfast in 2012. From 2007-2012, she developed and led the Art in Public MA at the University of Ulster in Belfast, together with artist Dan Shipsides. As an “interface activist”, Susanne practices internationally in public art projects asking questions about long-term issues, and building creative arguments around the ideas of democracy and sustainable futures. Her art often involves the issues of money, migration and societal visions and participation models.

Susanne develops site- and situation-specific interventions, installations, videos, drawings, and audio as well as dialogical formats. In her artistic research, and as facilitator, she uses formats such as writing, seminars and workshops. Susanne has been working internationally in Austria, Italy, Ireland, the UK, Greece, Palestine, Spain, USA, Mexico, Malaysia as well as in Turkey and is currently the independent research fellow in the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme (CAPP), a European partner network of six countries (2014-2018).