Pluralism in Aesthetics Survey 2017
CPAMO and our Pluralism in Organizational Change (CPAMOPOC) group isengaged in learning about pluralism in the arts and the support that is required to achieve a pluralist society. Through the series THE GATHERING: Pluralism in Aesthetics, we seek to gather information from the Arts community that can delve into the many ways in which work is developed, created, disseminated and discussed across Ontario. The information compiled will give us a sense of how CPAMO and the participating organizations can best facilitate further conversations leading to a more pluralist Arts Sector.
1) Are you familiar with the concept of pluralism in the Arts? *
If Yes: (1.a)What does Pluralism in the Arts mean to you? (1.b) What does it mean in the context of your work?
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If No: (1c) What are you curious about and would want to know about Pluralism in the Arts? (1d) Can you suggest ways more information on Pluralism in the Arts be achieved?
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2) When you hear the word “aesthetics” what comes to mind? *
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3) Do you think it important to have conversations and showcases that discuss pluralism and aesthetics? Please explain. *
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4) Are there artists and/or speakers whom you would think important to conversations and showcases on pluralism and aesthetics? If so, please identify them. *
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5) Would you and/or your arts organization be interested in participating in a program addressing pluralism and aesthetics in the arts? *
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6) What would you want to get out of a program that focused on pluralism and aesthetics in the arts, e.g., a better understanding of this concept, appreciation for Indigenous and racialized artists and their practices, a better understanding of changes in contemporary Canadian arts. *
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7) Do you find it challenging to define your creative work? If so can you explain in what ways? *
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8) What methods do you currently use to define your creative work, e.g., through a group process, working with close colleagues and friends, engaging a dramaturge, workshoping with an audience
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9) Have you ever heard of Liz Lerman’s Critical Response Process (CRP)? If your answer is yes, can you explain some of the benefits to knowing or interacting with the process? If your answer is no, would you like to learn more about this? *
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10) CPAMO is developing a program to implement over the next two - three years to address the issues in this survey. Are you interested in participating in this? As an artist? A Speaker? Someone who wants to learn, network and build relationships with Indigenous and racialized artists and arts organizations? *
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