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Art activisms

The core elements of Art Activisms focus on how we define cultural practitioners and their relationship to activism as a form of political and social protest. We focus on the political dimensions of cultural production and, specifically, the extent to which art as a form of activism reflects upon, intersects with and, invariably, seeks to define debates within civil society, political movements, and social practices.

The core elements of Art Activisms focus on how we define cultural practitioners and their relationship to activism as a form of political and social protest. We focus on the political dimensions of cultural production and, specifically, the extent to which art as a form of activism reflects upon, intersects with and, invariably, seeks to define debates within civil society, political movements, and social practices.

Our Objectives

Art Activisms has clearly defined objectives we aim to act and embody in each of our research outputs and projects.

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