expanding horizons book
A handbook for artists working in community settings
Ever wondered what it takes to be a practicing artist who delivers participatory work in community settings?
This is a brilliant book that provides accessible insight into every aspect of being a community artist, with advice on staying inspired, having self-belief, planning, behaviour management, retaining quality and evaluating the difference made for participants.
Written by Janet Wood in 2004, the book remains highly relevant and useful, and includes lots of tips and examples from practicing community artists and project partners.
You can download Expanding Horizons here.
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