Mekong Cultural Hub

Ethical Dilemmas in Arts Practice Training


Have you ever found yourself faced with an ethical dilemma in your arts practice? Have you navigated a difficult decision which had an ethical aspect to it and you still feel you could have resolved it better? Do you wish to co-create and collaborate more as part of your arts practice and wonder about some of the ethical issues you need to consider? Do you want to discuss these topics and more in a safe space where you can share learnings, experiences? If yes, this training workshop which uses storytelling, presentations, journaling, collaging and group discussions, could be for you.

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Open call (Deadline October 15th, 2023)
Program overview
Application form
Q&A: Tuesday Sep 26th 2023
Time : 5pm ICT (ICT time / UTC+7)
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Ms Deirdre Prins-Solani is based in Cape Town, South Africa. She is a closet poet, dabbler in visual arts and avid reader. She has worked in museums, world heritage and professional capacity building in the cultural sector for more than two decades. She is a UNESCO facilitator in intangible cultural heritage (ICH or living heritage). She serves as a committee member of the ICH subcommittee for the Association of Critical Heritage Studies.

Ms Prins-Solani has conducted training and policy advisory services across the African continent, the Caribbean and the Asia-Pacific. Throughout 2022, she worked with Living Arts International (including MCH) on Embedding Ethical Practices.