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From network member: Victoria Ateca-Amestoy

Managing art projects with societal impact is about creating and managing the power of art projects to change individuals and societies. The MAPSI project has produced this book offering insights, tools and case studies to explain how to influences and to raise your own reflections and new questions.

Throughout the duration of the MAPSI project we have been working on a Study Book targeted at students, stakeholders and researchers. The project to generate the content for this 293 page book with conceptual discussions, methods and case studies (Funded with the generous financial aid of the European Commission, through the Lifelong-Learning project) is being freely distributed in its online version.

You may also be interested in a guide book to help you understand the project called MAPSI in a Nutshell.

On behalf of the MAPSI team at the University of the Basque Country (Spain) Please, share this legacy we are proud to have been able to produce and help us disseminate the work.

We truly hope that you will enjoy it.


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ART IN TRANSITION: Manifesto for Participatory Art Practices

Posted by Caron Jane Lyon on March 7, 2016 at 17:00 0 Comments

May I bring this to your attention says Bart Rogé of The program 'Art in Transition' we investigated, along with CAL-XL exploring the role of participatory art projects for social development.

Sandra Trienekens and Wouter Hillaert translated the research into a manifesto. The manifesto has been translated into English (embedded below). 

Your call to action: - Can you share this publication with your internal and external networks and with international partners? - You can recommend any international sector events or conferences where DEMOS can champion this process and its manifesto?

The manifesto is in printed too.

Would you like to send this to your network? …


Clean Up Your Act, Email Overload - with YouTube Tutorial Video

Posted by Caron Jane Lyon on February 24, 2016 at 16:30 0 Comments

Many people express to me how overwhelming email inbox can become.

I manage my email quite successfully but still on occasion have to stop, clear out and tidy up. A YouTuber I follow and learn so much from is Steve Dotto, Steve is a longtime host and executive producer of Dotto Tech, Canada's longest-running nationally syndicated technology TV show. After 15 years on television, Steve now delivers his advice and how-to videos on YouTube. Every week he produces new videos that show how technology fits in your life covering all aspects of technology from a personal use perspective. Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, iPhone, apps, Gmail, Google drive, iPad tables all get covered.

Watch on YouTube

As part of the Audiences Europe Network experience, as community manager I want to share my social tech knowledge providing tips and…



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