collective practice project
Collective Practice Project (CPP) invites artists with a dedicated and established practice to come together to share methods of working, creative processes, and to engage in group discussion without a defined end result. CPP originated with the idea of sharing individual practices in a collective while being supported by one facilitator.
Our first CPP, occurred over a weekend in October 2018, was facilitated by Malik Sharpe and included 15 local artists. In 2019, we explored a non-facilitated process with 12 artists who worked out difficult questions of not knowing, practice sharing, and a converging of shared practices that unfolded over a week with evolving structures and leadership. Due to COVID-19, this years’ facilitators Angela Schubot and Shelley Etkin redirected their planned CPP leadership into generously sharing live and recorded online meditations.