Yesterday, on 4th December, we started conducting the participatory interviews for the case study “Community Art Practices from a Multilinguistic Lens for Intercultural Dialogue in the EuroMed Region” by Samar Zughool.
This case study aims to explore and document community art practises from a non-anglocentric point of view; this participatory research is based on mapping methods, where the research questions are co-developed with the participants. The participants are civil society organisations and artists who work on social topics in Turkish and Arabic languages.
The research aims to identify definitions, methodologies, and practises of community arts for intercultural dialogue in three languages: Turkish, Arabic, and Slovenian. The System and Generation Association in Ankara, the Povod Institute for Culture and Development of International Relations in Culture in Slovenia, and the Reka Si Research and Art Institute are all co-leading this intercultural research.
This cooperation is enabled by the ALF in Motion programme for the mobility of knowledge. Learn more about the ALF in Motion programme and how to apply for it HERE.