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CIAN

Commonwealth Intercultural Arts Network

The CIAN network aims to promote, connect and enable the advancement of intercultural arts practice, research and policy and the reframing of intercultural creativies in education.

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BIBAC Conference 2016

Sat 30th July - Mon 1st August

Following on from the success of the first BIBAC conference held in October 2014, we are delighted to announce the dates for the second BIBAC conference which will take place in Cambridge next year.  Early bird registration is now open.

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The CIAN network aims to promote, connect and enable the advancement of intercultural arts practice, research and policy and the reframing of intercultural creativies in education.

The network seeks to address:

  • What can we discover and claim about the cultural orthodoxies, issues, conflicts and debates relating to the documentation and analysis of intercultural arts practices? How can we open up new possibilities for responding to transcultural practices and new forms of engagement with individuals, cultures and traditions?

Join us and become part of our network so we can send you:

  • Invitations to events
  • Information
  • Opportunities to engage together as a network
  • Updates on the network
  • Newsletters:

Newsletter No 1 (Dec 2013), Newsletter No 2 (Feb 2014),

Newsletter No 3 (Mar 2014), Newsletter No 4 (Jun 2014)

Newsletter No 5 (Sept 2014), Newsletter No 6 (Nov 2014)

Newsletter No 7 (Dec 2014), Newsletter No 8 (Sept 2015)

Newsletter No 9 (Mar 2015), Newsletter No 10 (Mar 2016)


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