Triangle was set up in 1982 as an artists' workshop, bringing local and international artists together. Over 25 years, Triangle has developed into a worldwide network of artists and projects, including artist-led workshops and independent organisations in over 20 countries. Each Triangle initiative is independent and responds to local needs, connecting with audiences through varied projects. Separate artist-led organisations sharing similar values and approaches have also partnered with Triangle for international exchange projects. The present publication aims to capture and communicate the experience of many of the artists and event co-ordinators who have contributed to developing this network; and to inspire artists to take some of these ideas further. Case studies of select projects from around the world as well as a directory of associated organisations are included.
Access level

Onsite

Location code REF.TAT2
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2007

No of pages

311

ISBN / ISSN

0954578783

No of copies

2

Content type

report

Chapter headings
1. The Triangle network in context
Experience lives in the mind

- Robert LODER

2. Exchange and communication
Workshops
Residencies and studio buildings
Audiences
Websites and newsletters
Case Studies
Britto Arts Trust, Bangladesh
Km0 Urbano workshop, Bolivia
3. Work and workshops
The Triangle workshop model
Timeline
The flow of workshops
Triangle New York artists' workshops and residencies, US
Thapong workshops and residencies, Botswana
Pachipamwe workshops, Zimbabwe
Batapata workshops, Zimbabwe
Kuona Trust and Wasanii workshops and residencies, Kenya
Rafiki workshop, Tanzania
Tulipamwe workshops, Namibia
Mbile and Insaka workshops, Zambia
Ngoma workshop, Uganda
Thupelo workshops, Southe Africa
Ujamaa workshops, Mozambique
Aftershave workshops, Nigeria
SaNsA workshop, Ghana
Tenq workshop, Senegal
pARTage workshop, Mauritius
Wasla workshop, Egypt
AIWA workshop, Lebanon
Triangle France workshop and residencies
Shave workshops, UK
Braziers workshops, UK
Cyfuniad workshops, UK
Comhla workshop, UK
Xayamaca workshop, Jamaica
Madinina workshop, Martinique
Watamula workshop, Curacao
Soroa workshop, Cuba
La Llama workshop and residencies, Venezuela
Km0 workshops, Bolivia
El Basilisco residencies, Argentina
Caribbean Contemporary Arts (CCA) and the Big River workshops, Trinidad
Khoj workshops and residencies, India
Vasl workshops and residenviews, Pakistan
Britto workshops, Bangladesh
Theertha workshops, Sri Lanka
Sutra workshops and residencies, Nepal
Lijiang workshop and residencies, China
Hweilan workshops, Taiwan
HKIAW workshop, Hong Kong
Kimberley and Dingo Flats workshops, Australia
Burragorang workshop, Australia
Case studies
Pamoja Africa 95
international sculpture workshop, UK
Vasl workshops and residencies, Pakistan
4. Organisation and funding
Funders' perspectives
Workshop action plan
5. Focus on China, Africa, Cuba and India
Triangle in China
Triangle in Africa
Triangle in Cuba
Khoj in India
6. Directory
Organisations associated through the Triangle network
Links
Triangle: Variety of Experience around Artists' Workshops and Residencies
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