CAUCULT is an international, intercultural project promoting local culture-related initiatives that support ethnic, religious and cultural diversity across the South Caucasus.

Community Art

Publication on the method of community art

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Community Art

Publication on the method of community art

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In the end of 2014 as a learning result of CAUCULT project we have published a book - "Exploring power of art in the community - Alternative ways of moving and empowering communities in the South Caucasus countries". 


This publication was inspired by and created in the framework of ‘Caucasus Cultural Initiatives Network (CauCult)’ project (2012 – 2014). It presents the concepts of community art method by Jekaterina Lavrinec, Evelina Taunyte and Gitenis Umbrasas and shares the examples of succesful community art initiatives in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia. 


Franjo Steiner on the behalf of the CAUCULT team says, that:

"Community Art as a very new concept approach for the general public in the South Caucasian countries. For the Key Dialog Workers it was a very hard process to leave the traditional path and work with the experience based non-formal education approach, nevertheless all 60 Key Dialog Workers were working very engaged the entire three years of the project implementation period. Another core aspect of the project – a rural peripheral regions focussed work – was successful implemented, even if the communication over long distances was a difficult undertaking as well as the communication with local authorities proved difficult in some places. The Community Art examples described in this documentation demonstrate that we have been successful."


This publication is useful for everybody interested in discovering community art method, learning about alternative ways of creating a change in the communities and using new forms of interactions. Hope that community art will inspire you as much as it has been inspiring us for the last years.


Download the publication here

or find it: http://issuu.com/caucult/docs/book/0