Week 52 – Dec 28: Public Collectors & Against Competition
Week 51 – Dec 21: IRWIN
Week 50 – Dec 14: Mildred’s Lane
Week 49 TUESDAY – Dec 7: Abriendo Caminos / La Comunitaria TV
Week 49 SUNDAY – Dec 5: Sunday Soup
Week 48 – Nov 30: kuda.org
Week 47 – Nov 23: Urban Tactics / Atelier Autogéré d’Architecture
Week 46 – Nov 16: Ontological Walkscapes
Week 45 – Nov 9: Cittadellarte
Week 44 – Nov 2: Spontaneous Vegetation
Week 30 – July 27: The Think Tank that has yet to be named
Week 29 – July 20: Centro de Investigaciones Artisticas
Week 28 – July 13: Miss Rockaway Armada
Week 27 – July 6: Design Studio for Social Intervention
Week 21 – May 25: byproducts
Week 20 – May 18: Beyond Participation: Toward Massively Collaborative Worlds of Art
Week 19 – May 11: Democratic Innovation
Week 18 – May 4: FEAST
Week 8 –Feb 23: A School of Decreative Methodologies
Week 7 –Feb 16: Artist Placement Group (@ Basekamp & Apexart)
Week 6 –Feb 9: Teaching Artist Union and School of the Future
Week 5 – Feb 2: Reinigungsgesellschaft
Week 4 – Jan 26: Continental Drift through the Midwest Radical Cultural Corridor
Week 3 – Jan 19: House Magic: The European squatted social centers movement
Week 2 – Jan 12: The Library Of Radiant Optimism For Let’s Remake The World
Week 1 – Jan 5: The Public School and AAAARG.org
Stay tuned for upcoming monthly schedule.
About Plausible Artworlds 2010
Plausible Artworlds is a project to collect and share knowledge about alternative models of creative practice. From alternative economies and open source culture to secessions and other social experiments, Plausible Artworlds is a platform for research and participation with artworlds that present a distinct alternative to mainstream culture.
The aim of the project is to bring awareness to the potential of these artworlds as viable “cultural ecosystems” that provide both pedagogical and practical solutions to a range of emergent socio-cultural challenges. We view Plausible Artworlds as an opportunity to discuss the interdisciplinary role of artist as creative problem solver and the expanding notion of what an artworld looks and feels like.
The project currently offers a weekly public potluck hosted at Basekamp in Philadelphia, during which open informal discussions are held with invited artists, writers, curators and anyone interested. The project is also compiling a collaborative publication from research, conversations and projects connecting with the Plausible Artworlds initiative.
We invite participation by sharing your stories about the Plausible Artworlds you are creating in your own community. We want to know what this artworld looks like, what it smells like and what kinds of impacts it is motivating. Send us text, send us a photo or video and send us your ideas about a Plausible Artworld you wish existed. Propose a project or ask for help on an existing one.
Our plan for this year is in process. We have slots open for our potluck and a collaborative workshop and exhibition space available for use. If you want to get involved, get in touch with us!
- Propose a Potluck Topic or Guest
- Learn how to “tune” in or visit the Basekamp space in person!
- Submit your ideas and stories about a Plausible Artworld
- Start a project at Basekamp
Plausible Artworlds is a project organized by Basekamp and Stephen Wright, and has been funded by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage through the Philadelphia Exhibitions Initiative.