Participatory Arts in International Development (Rethinking Development) is a complete guide for practitioners delivering participatory arts projects as a part of international development efforts.
What does this book cover?
Participatory Arts in International Development (Rethinking Development) looks at how and why the participatory arts are becoming so popular in the world of international development. It explores the influence of modern digital media, and the shift towards a participatory discourse under the UN’s Agenda 2030.
Readers of Participatory Arts in International Development will learn:
About the Author
Inés Soria-Donlan is a project manager at the University of Leeds, where she heads up Changing the Story. She has more than 13 years of experience working in the creative, cultural and academic sectors in an international capacity. She has been a researcher, a creative practitioner and a producer as well.
In Participatory Arts in International Development she delivers a detailed guide to tailoring participatory arts projects to the needs of international development.