Getting to know the island: Artistic experiments in rural community development

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Crawshaw, Julie; Gkartzios, Menelaos;

This paper makes an original contribution to our understandings of the relational role of artistic practice as part of rural community development. Art-led initiatives are now commonplace in rural development strategies. However, the effects of art in rural community, p... View more
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