It’s official… other than a handful of remaining copies and bookshop stock, the first print run of The Relationship is the Project has now SOLD OUT.
As such our relationship with our publisher, Brow Books, has come to its natural end. Huge thanks to the Brow team for helping us share The RITP with the world).
In other big news, while we wait to confirm funding for an updated second edition (!!!), we are thrilled to announce The Relationship is the Project is now available as a FREE ebook.
We hope removing this financial barrier will help the book find more readers, and put it in the (digital) hands of those who need it most.
Exploring the theme of Radical Practice, the 2022 Guildhouse Symposium will provide a platform for artists and practitioners to come together and explore the big and small gestures that shape our individual and collective practices.
We’re thrilled to lead one of the exciting conversations about community-led and community-engaged practice with The RITP collaborators Kate Larsen, Cara Kirkwood, Clare G Coleman and Country Arts SA’s Anthony Peluso.
Join us in South Australia on Saturday 11 November 2022. For bookings and more details, see the Guildhouse website.
We never get enough of hearing about the difference The RITP continues to make in the world.
“A really excellent resource for anyone working in and with communities in creative practice. The chapters are written in an accessible and informative style, yet address critical issues in community-engaged practice… An essential text.” – Linda, GoodReads reviewer
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Nothing could have made us more proud than seeing The RITP included in Readings Books’ list of titles to help you understand and fight white supremacy.
Forever grateful for our extraordinary contributors and the difference their words make in the world.
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The RITP’s Ruth De Souza and Robyn Higgins’ chapter on Taking Action for Cultural Safety has been republished in Spotlight, the latest Arts Wellbeing Collective magazine.
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The Relationship is the Project is OUT NOW!
Ask for it at your local bookstore or library.
By Eleanor Jackson.
This speech was delivered on 3 February to launch The Relationship is the Project, a new resource that aims to help practitioners, artists and cultural workers better engage with community-based projects.
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Please help us celebrate the launch of The Relationship is the Project at the following events:
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It is less than one month now until a vital new resource for emerging practitioners, artists and cultural workers looking to better engage with community-based projects is out on bookshelves.
Brow Books will publish The Relationship Is The Project on February 3rd in partnership with creative producer Jade Lillie as part of her 2018/19 Sidney Myer Creative Fellowship.
“We at Brow Books are so thrilled and honoured to be able to play a part in this whole undertaking,” the publisher says. “We are currently making a book that will match the quality and importance of the work on its pages.”
To celebrate the release of The Relationship Is The Project, we will be holding a launch party in Melbourne on February 3rd, where you can nab yourself a copy while sipping a tasty beverage and listening to some of the extraordinary contributors read excerpts from their pieces. Read on for more details! Continue reading “The Relationship is the Project out soon!”
Jade Lillie, Brow Books, and the Abbotsford Convent all warmly invite you to the Melbourne launch of The Relationship is the Project.
Come celebrate this vital new book! And hear reflections from the editors, as well as some readings from contributors. Continue reading “Melbourne launch for The Relationship is the Project”