Giaime Alonge, Edoardo Giovanni Carlotti, Giulia Carluccio, Giuseppina Guagnano, Massimo Lenzi, Matteo Pessione, Armando Petrini, Antonio Pizzo, Alessandro Pontremoli, Julia Varley
pp. 284, 1a edizione 2019 (Codice editore 11257.1)
Caravan Next. Feed the Future – Art Moving Cities is the title of the European Social Community Theatre project taking place in 11 different European countries from December 2015 to February 2018. In this period, more than 30 Social Community Theatre events related to Audience Engagement and Audience Development were carried out by the 13 project partners from 11 different European countries. This book presents the methodology of Social Community Theatre, an evaluation and analysis based on the results of the experimental qualitative-quantitative evaluation approach to local communities and professional artists.
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Caravan Next. Feed the Future - Art Moving Cities is the title of the European Social Community Theatre project taking place in 11 different European countries from December 2015 to February 2018. In this period, more than 30 Social Community Theatre events related to Audience Engagement and Audience Development were carried out by the 13 project partners from 11 different European countries. The Social Community Theatre events took place in 40 different cities and involved more than 500 local partners. This book presents the methodology of Social Community Theatre, an evaluation and analysis based on the results of the experimental qualitative-quantitative evaluation approach to local communities and professional artists. Further contributions develop a theoretical reflection on the relationship between art and social transformation, and highlight the legacy of the Caravan Next project in terms of transferability to multicultural and cultural heritage contexts.
Contributors: Rita Maria Fabris, Giuseppina Guagnano, Alberto Pagliarino, Matteo Pessione, Alessandro Pontremoli, Alessandra Rossi Ghiglione, Julia Varley.
Caravan Next Partners: Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium - Odin Teatret (DK), Università degli Studi di Torino - Social Community Theatre Centre (IT), Centro de Arte y Producciones Teatrales SL (ES), Stowarzyszenie Edukacyjno - Spoleczno - Kulturalne Teatr Brama (PL), ZID Theater (NL), Truc Spherique (SK), Bürgerstiftung Rohrmeisterei Schwerte (DE), Technical University of Crete (GR), Farm in the Cave (CZ), Omma Studio Private Non Profit Company (GR), Association des Agences de la Democratie Locale (FR), Kulturno Izobrazevalno Drustvo Kibla (SI), Società Consortile per Azioni OGR-CRT (IT).
Social Community Theatre Centre - University of Turin carries out interdisciplinary and cross-sectoral scientific research, theatre projects of cultural innovation and social impact, training and capacity building and assessment/supervision through the innovative and multidisciplinary SCT methodology, developed at the University of Turin at the beginning of the year 2000 by Alessandro Pontremoli and Alessandra Rossi Ghiglione.
The editors of this book are: Alessandra Rossi Ghiglione (Director of SCT Centre | UNITO), Rita Maria Fabris (Postdoctoral Researcher), Alberto Pagliarino (Artistic Coordinator of Caravan Next project and Postdoctoral Researcher).
Giaime Alonge, Edoardo Giovanni Carlotti, Giulia Carluccio, Massimo Lenzi, Armando Petrini, Antonio Pizzo, Alessandro Pontremoli,
Caravan Next. Feed the Future - Art Moving Cities. An European Social Community Theatre Project,
Part One. Caravan Next: a Project on Social Community Theatre for Audience Engagement
Alberto Pagliarino, The Caravan Next Project: Engaging Communities and the European Challenges of the Third Millennium
(Historical Context: the Origins of the Caravan Project; European Challenges of the Third Millennium; Macro and Micro Events; New Technologies and Dissemination)
Alessandra Rossi Ghiglione, Social Community Theatre Methodology
(Introduction; Art for Change: Participatory Arts for Community Development; Social Community Theatre Intervention: Strategy and Guidelines; Social Theatre: Cultural Background of the Methodology of Social Community Theatre; Engaging Communities: Origins, Core Concepts and Contexts of Intervention of the Methodology of Social Community Theatre)
Alessandro Pontremoli, The Body-Theatre and its Double
(Introduction; Apparatuses and Counter-apparatuses; For a Theatre of Consignment; Brief Conclusion)
Part Two. The Evaluative Approach in Caravan Next
Evaluation and Supervision: an Organic Value Creation Process
(Alessandra Rossi Ghiglione, Introduction; Rita Maria Fabris, Methodological Questions about Evaluation: a Literature Survey)
Rita Maria Fabris, Evaluating Socio-cultural Competences and the Wellbeing Perceived by the Participants
(Introduction; The Development of Tools; The Administration of the Questionnaires; Partial Results; The Re-definition of the Tools)
Alessandra Rossi Ghiglione, Capacity Building: the Evaluation of Professionals
(Evaluation and Self-evaluation: Processes that Generate Awareness and Ownership; Tools: The Questionnaire; Tools: The Interview)
Part Three. The Results of the Evaluation
Rita Maria Fabris, Overall Results: the Participants
Rita Maria Fabris, Giuseppina Guagnano, Data Analysis: the Participants
Alessandra Rossi Ghiglione, Giuseppina Guagnano, Overall Results/Data Analysis: the Professionals
(The Respondents; Starting out: Professionals with Ample Experience in Audience Development and Good Competences, but without a Deliberate Method; Caravan Next: a Learning Experience that Integrates and Enhances Skills in Many Areas; In which Fields Have the Skills of the Partners Improved during the Caravan Next Experience?; Better Skills and a Method of Working with Communities; A Cross-cutting Growth of 'Social' Professional Skills Related to Audience Engagement and of Large-scale Planning Skills; Learning Experience by Geographical Area, Age and Prevailing Task in Caravan Next; The Impact on the Team: Collaborative Environment and New Skills, Professionals and Internal Organisation; A Method to Connect to Society, Promote Social Inclusion of Marginalised Groups and Deal with Cultural Diversity and Heritage; Approaching the Community, Planning New Projects and Developing International Networking; Artistic Exchanges and the Development of the Relationship between Technology and Art)
Part Four. Innovation and Legacy in the Methodology of Social Community Theatre
Alessandra Rossi Ghiglione, Mobility, Cultural Exchange and Evaluation: Factors that Favour the Innovation of Artistic Practice in Caravan Next
Alberto Pagliarino, Alessandra Rossi Ghiglione, The Formats of Caravan Next
Alberto Pagliarino, Migration, Social Inclusion and Intercultural Dialogue: Theatrical Challenges in Turin, Seville and Cagliari
('Saving the Beauty' in Turin; 'River Without Borders' in Seville; 'The Welcoming City' in Sassari)
The Festuge: a Historical Theatre, Art and Community Experience
(Alberto Pagliarino, Introduction; Julia Varley, Holstebro Festuge: Re-thinking Theatre)
Matteo Pessione, Social Community Theatre and Social Innovation: a Social Marketing Perspective
(Social Innovation and Rapidity of Change; Social Marketing and the Dissemination of Social Innovation; Social Community Theatre; A Social Marketing Perspective: Social Innovation and Social Community Theatre)
(Caravan Next Methodology. Toolkit, November 2015; Macro Event. Toolkit, November 2015; Micro Event. Toolkit, November 2015; Amsterdam Internal Inspirational Meeting. Report, 18 December 2016; Assessment Phase. Guide Lines, January 2017; Participants questionnaire A; Participants questionnaire B; Professionals questionnaire)
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