“WELL-BEING RESIDENCY AS AN INSTRUMENT OF COOPERATION FOR SOCIAL CARE SECTOR AND ART” – Open theme day and Think Tank 3, Sortavala, Russia, 17.10.2018. A CONFERENCE HOW DEVELOPING THE PRACTICES TOGETHER CAN MAKE IT EASIER TO CREATE NEW ARTIST RESIDENCIES IN THE SOCIAL AND HEALTH CARE SECTOR

Programme

Sortavala, Gagarina str., 14, Tuesday 16th October 2018

9.30-10.00 Introduction of the conference day and the project «Well-being Residency Think Tank» by Marina Lebedeva and Ekaterina Kulieva, Social and Cultural Youth Center of Sortavala.

10.00-11.00 The presentation of the project ”The latitude and longitude” by Natalia Petukhova, art critic and artist (Saint-Petersburg)and Leonid Tsoi, artist and psychologist of Gestalt-terpaevt (Saint-Petersburg).  ”Shirota and dolgota”, the project includes two types of activity: one is providing art workshops for the people with special needs, living in the closed institutions (PNI – Psychoneurological Boardings – the special type of institutions, existing in post-soviet countries for the people with mental or physical disability. the living conditions in such places are rather hard) and the other is organizing the exhibitions for the self-taught artists (oftenly also living in PNI).

11.00-11.15 Coffee break

11.15-12.00 ”The experience of art work in hospital” by Vladimir Odintsov, artist (Petrozavodsk). Vladimir Odintsov worked in the hotspital. He arranged the group of artists for creating murals on the wall of several spaces in the hospital.

12.15-13.00 Break

13.15-13.45 The presentation of the social care institution of Sortavala by Sofia Chadrantseva, director of the center of of psychological, medical and social care (Sortavala) and Jhanna Dudenkova, head of the Department for the rehabilitation of children in the Social service center (Sortavala).

13.45-14.45 Emotional burnout and lack of personal boundaries in creative work by Victor Lebedev, psychiatrist, The Republican Psychoneurological Dispensary (Petrozavodsk). One of the main problems is emotional burnout and lack of personal boundaries in creative work. Methods of preventing emotional burnout and the release of some art techniques for those who use them.

14.45-15.00 Coffee break

15.00-16.00 Workshop ”What we expect from each other?». Creating concrete question forms for the best understanding each other in well-being work

16.00-16.15 Ending of seminar

Background
”Well-being Residency Think Tank” is an international project that brings together professionals, experiences and know-how with the aim of investigating the role of an artist in non-traditional settings such as social and health care. The aim is to create new collaboration models that can give birth to new art residencies.

Project partners
Monitaideyhdistys Piste, Finland (project coordinator)
VSIA Rigas Cirks and Sansusi, Latvia
Sortavala Social and Youth Center, Russia
ArtNorth from Region Norrbotten and Swedish Lapland AiR, Sweden

The cooperating partner is the Arts Promotion Centre / Finland. The main funding at the first stage has been received from Nordic Culture Point. The Sortavala conference and Think Tank have been supported by the Ministry of Education and Culture, Finland.

    

 

Piste 2018-2019 / Well-being Residency Think Tank