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How To Design Interactive Art Experiences For Collective Decision Making with Fast Familiar

Join Fast Familiar for this online workshop exploring art experiences that facilitate collective decision making, with audiences in digital spaces. How can these spaces be used for shared decision making involving ethical considerations?


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This workshop will consider what is needed for this type of facilitation and what tools technology can provide. Attendees will work in small groups to devise and share practical ideas and solutions that support the facilitation of this work.

Fast Familiar are an interdisciplinary collaboration comprising expertise in theatre, facilitation and creative computing. They make artworks which are participatory, playful and political. For them, art is a space to explore questions which are too complex for daily life - and a space where we can rehearse better outcomes for a world where no decision of significance is taken by an isolated individual.

The knowledge generated during this workshop will culminate in a resource for arts organisations and artists to reflect on in their own approaches and practices.

This workshop follows on from You’re On Mute, a series of online workshops and webinars specially designed for arts educators and practitioners with an interest in participatory and engagement projects. Our first ‘You’re on Mute’ programme explored online engagement, especially with older people or individuals that were isolated or vulnerable during the Covid Pandemic. Resources that were created with the knowledge generated in these sessions can be found here.

The title for these sessions is taken from an artwork, PESTS, by FACT Together artist, Shonagh Short.

Framework For... is made possible by funding from and is part of, a wider research project funded by the European Union, called Artsformation.

You’re on Mute has been supported by The Baring Foundation.

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