Coming together of diverse creative practices, in order to facilitate a thorough exchange and growth of community engagement, calls for an act of programming.
Similar to the technological use of this word, cultural and creative projects also need to be planned and communicated thoroughly; not only across diverse audiences but also amongst the collaborators.
This curatorial will thus explore the role of organizations or individuals who have consciously engaged in developing a language for programming between different stakeholders in art, design and cultural industry.
The creative practices in conversation may range from traditional arts, crafts, music or design to content generation in forms of video, literature, software or services. Programming could be understood as curating a platform to designing a workshop for knowledge, skills or vocation.