Critical Spaces offer support for artists wanting to set up local networks

Critical Spaces is an initiative led by Hannah Hull in partnership with ixia which may be a good way for artists interested in health and well-being in Bristol to find each other, develop areas of shared interest and set up a self sustaining network.

The way it works is that Hannah identifies groups of socially engaged artists interested in forming a critical network, she then draws them together and ‘curates’ or programmes a first meeting. After that it is up to the group to work out how they want to carry on meeting.

Critical Spaces – http://criticalspaces.wordpress.com/ – is a local support network for artists working in social contexts.

It seems that Bristol is likely to be a host location for the initial pilot.

Do have a look at the website, and pass onto artists, colleagues and other agencies – and, of course, sign up if you are interested in taking part.

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