The Expressive Therapies Summit (http://summit.expressivemedia.org/), now in its fifth year, is an impressive annual conference that brings together the various fields of creative arts and expressive therapies practice for 4 days of lectures, workshops, panels, and master classes. This year there were nearly a thousand attendees from around the world gathering to attend some 300 different events. And all of it in the heart of New York City.
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The Spring 2021 Art Hives Institute: from Social Isolation to Circles of Care A 3-Part Online Training Series
Concordia University's Art Hives HQ & engAGE Creative Living Lab present:
THE SPRING 2021 ART HIVES INSTITUTE: From Social Isolation to Circles of Care-
A 3-Part Online Training Series
March 19th, 26th & April 2nd, 2021
Community Art Studio: Methods and Materials
CATS631 / ARTE398
Instructor: Janis Timm-Bottos
Course dates: Tuesdays 12-4 pm, May 11th to June 22nd 2021
3-credit course available for graduate students as well as undergraduates in their final year.
Taught online on Zoom.
Par Nelly Daou, Consultante en Communications, Réseau des Ruches d'Art & Fondatrice, La Ruche d'Art Yéléma
Que se passe-t-il quand une trentaine d’abeilles se rencontre pour mettre leurs différentes saveurs de miel en commun au sein même d’une de leurs ruches ? La réponse se résumerait en un mot : synergie.
Inquiry into the Civic Role of Arts Organizations: Case Study of Art Hives
By the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, July 6th 2018
"Our western society separates out art from the everyday – so we bring it back together."
On Monday, October 17, 2016 the LivingRoom Community Art Studio, an Art Hive in Oshawa, ON hosted Art Hives 101, a full-day workshop covering the founding principles and methods as well as the practical aspects (models and legal structures, financial, social and environmental sustainability) of starting an art hive in one's community or organization, offered by the Art Hives Network. This workshop is designed for people of all backgrounds interested in starting an Art Hive in their community and was facilitated by Rachel Chainey, Art Hives Network National Coordinator.
Le Guide Pratique des Ruches d'Art a été créé en réponse a un besoin exprimé par plusieurs membres de la communauté qui partagent un désir de se regrouper pour répondre de façon créative aux enjeux auxquels fait face leur milieu de vie, et se demandent par où commencer. L’information que nous avons recueillie ici ne se veut pas un livre de recettes définitif, mais nous espérons qu’en rendant disponibles nos apprentissages jusqu’à ce jour, nous pourrons vous soutenir sur votre parcours vers la création d’une Ruche d’Art au sein de votre communauté.
The Art Hives How-to-Guide was created to address a need expressed by many community members who share a desire to regroup to respond creatively to issues in their communities, and are wondering “How do we begin?” The information we have gathered here is not a definitive recipe book, but we hope that by making what we’ve learned so far, readily available in an open source format, we can help make your Art Hive journey just a little bit easier. We want to support those of you who are inspired by the Art Hives model in making it your own.
The model and practice of Art Hives have evolved through two decades of sustained practice research, continuous observation and adaptation, and experimentation with spaces and organizational structures led by Dr. Janis Timm-Bottos, who has developed and established six successful art hives in different locations across North America.
New York! The city of food, architecture, art, straight-talking people, non-stop walking, The High Line, jazz, Broadway, the five boroughs…And a city that takes its notions of community very seriously.
To Combat Weak Social Ties, a New Way to Create
An 'arts hive' with focus on therapy puts expression before instruction.