Creative Collaborative Approach | Abordagem Criativa Colaborativa
CCA is based on a deep curatorial process, which allows creative artists to be invited to projects developed in site-specific contexts, participatory, community and educationally oriented, forming bridges, facilitating, integrating and monitoring them throughout their process of work with local audiences.
A ACC é assente num processo curatorial profundo, que possibilita o convite assertivo a criadores e artistas para desenvolverem os projetos em site-specific, participados, comunitários e educativos, estabelecendo pontes, facilitando ligações, integrando e acompanhando-os durante todo o seu processo de trabalho com o público local.
to promote collaborative methodology | to activate public participation | to promote interculturality and to reduce social discrimination and exclusion | to activate creative processes towards a deeper sense of humanism and citizenship | promover a metodologia colaborativa | activar a participação pública | promover a interculturalidade e diminuir a discriminação e exclusão sociais |activar processos em direcção a um mais profundo sentido de humanismo e cidadania |
Areas of work
- Art Practice
Every one of the declared values is present in all of the activities. Each of the proposed activities may focus on one of more areas of work and combine one or more aspects of different methods
Guidelines to create a project
+ identify a community you want to work with
+ identify an issue within that community: the need for artistic or visual education, race or interpersonal relations, geographical desconnections, urban problems, etc.
+ identify the areas with which you want to work
Areas of work
+ Creativity – conceptual: relate known situations with potential ones / visual: expand what is seen / material: manipulate objects and materials
+ Cartography – positioning: relate with environment / expressing: register movements through places / sharing: cross routes with others
+ Identity – group /individual dynamics: identify ego states and address conflicts / positioning finding: who + where + how / engaging: identify a common ground and intercultural issues
+ Art Practice – material: produce drawings and visual registers of every process / performative: engage with bodily actions to express the experiences