“Sometimes getting local residents involved in the co-production of a project (e.g., by leading public workshops, crafting material aspects of a work, conducting multidisciplinary research, envisioning strategies for the project’s focus to link to external groups or political actions, etc), makes engagement more immediate and meaningful for the local audience, especially if they have had a voice in determining the project’s overall shape or content. This does not have to be the domain of art/design experts alone.”Lydia Matthews
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Apr 3rd, 2015
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