The Inspiring Internationalists Project


Welcome to the Inspiring Internationalists blogsite
December 11, 2007, 2:14 pm
Filed under: Introduction

From October 2007 to March 2008, twelve individuals who carry out inspirational work in the arts will be visiting the North East of England. They will come from locations as far flung as New Zealand, Vietnam and Slovenia to spend a week here talking to arts organisations and cultural entrepreneurs. Each visitor will be introduced to the region by a host organisation. We hope they will inspire others and also be inspired themselves.

Through this blog, we will capture their experiences in the North East and to share their thoughts about arts and culture here, and in their home countries. Keep checking the blog for updates!

The Inspiring Internationalists

Marko Peljhan, a media arts practitioner from Slovenia Caitlin Jones, a media theorist from New York, USA David S Craig and Lynda Hall, theatre practitioners from Canada Jarvis Cocker, curator, from Paris, France Paul Zetter, an education and dance specialist from Vietnam Hans Abbing, an arts theorist from Holland Alice Quinn, a writer and poetry critic from New York, USA Dr. Steven Moore, an architectural theorist from Texas, USA Maria Naidu, a dance practitioner from Sweden Mikkel Harder, a theatre practitioner from Denmark Evan Mirapaul, a visual arts collector from New York, USA Philip Easton, a disability arts practitioner from New Zealand

The project is funded by Arts Council England, North East

Arts Council Englandhttp://www.artscouncil.org.uk

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