Call for Research Participants

Call for Arts Organizations /Artists

INTERESTED IN CONTRIBUTING TO A RESEARCH PROCESS?

What is the overall concept? A second phase investigation into the nature of collaborative practices. We are engaging in research that will lead to a report “Tilling the Field: Unfolding Artistic and Organizational Collaborative Practices.”

Online Survey: http://goo.gl/forms/B9IP0SvZNSaAnhmD2

Why are we doing it? We believe systemic change is more effectively achieved through collective creative investigation, we seek to learn from the Arts nationally how and in what ways do we work collaboratively.

What do we hope to get from it? To understand and document how collaborations are achieved.The report will achieve a better understanding of the challenges and successes of working collaboratively.

 Why is it important now? Funding opportunities are shifting. CPAMO feels new directions /strategic plans to work collaboratively are crucial for arts organizations and artists. In responding with real experiences, we aim to provide a resource for emerging to established artists / organizations.

What we hope to achieve? We hope that through a publically archived report, where we have a better understanding of what our colleagues are working with collaboratively. Please note that privacy issues around information will be taken into consideration when collecting any data/information.

 WE SEEK INFORMATION ON:  How have you worked collaboratively? What were some challenges faced?The successes of the collaboration!

WHERE TO SEND YOUR INTERESTS? info.cpamo@gmail.com

AN IMPORTANT NOTICE: CPAMO operates on Cloud based platforms. If required documents can be further submitted via (Google Drive, One Drive, Dropbox)

DEADLINES – EXPRESSIONS OF INTREST

Interview Process June 13th– 30th, 2016

Survey July 30th,  2016

 

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