The next annual Art and Activism in Public Space issue will be published in November 2020.
The issue will feature artist portfolios and peer reviewed articles from artists, international universities and art institutions that address questions around the role of art practice in public space.
Expressions of interest through abstracts (up to 200 words) are accepted up until 1 May 2020.
The editors will select max 15 proposals. Final submissions are expected no later than 1 September 2020.
This special issue is managedin collaboration with the Section Editors of RMIT University: Master of Arts (Art in Public Space).
Please email abstracts (up to 200 words) to: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org, in Cc to email@example.com.
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Art and Activism in Public Space - in collaboration with RMIT University: Master of Arts (Art in Public Space)
Section Editors: Maggie McCormick and Fiona Hillary, RMIT University, Australia
RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, is a leader in public art, public and social practice by taking a multidisciplinary approach to creative practice that engages critically with contemporary urban culture. The MAPS Master of Arts (Art in Public Space) program engages with practice based creative arts inquiry to explore key issues confronting global public environments. By making connections between theory, art practice and everyday life the program engages with issues central to international cultural, political and social debates and recognises the important role public space plays as a forum for these exchanges.