How to Get Involved

One of PUSH’s objectives is to encourage debate and discussion of the three topics. Everyone can be part of the conversation, whether working in the arts or not.

This is how you can get involved:

Join our mailing list

Join here to receive quarterly updates on PUSH and its follow-up project PUSH+

Submit relevant materials on the website

If you come across articles, films, podcasts, relevant productions, artist blogs etc. which you find interesting and think would contribute to the conversation on any of the three topics, please submit them using our very simple 'Submit a Resource' forms within each theme:

Read articles posted by others

You can also read interesting articles and other content posted by others, including the project partners. This section of the website will grow throughout the duration of the project and we would encourage you to check it regularly.

Share content on social media

If you don’t want to submit an article on the website, you can also share it on social media using the hashtag #PushEU and tag the relevant topic: #gender #migration #overprotection

Please also share articles that you read on the PUSH website to encourage others to read them.

Apply to take part in an intensive lab

A small number of artists from each of the partner countries will also have the opportunity to apply to take part in a week-long intensive residency, facilitated by a lead artist focusing on a specific topic. Each of these labs will take place in a different country and focus on a different topic.

Gender and sexual Identity (Scotland)
30 January – 6 February 2017, Edinburgh

The deadline for this Lab has passed. Find out more about the Lab here.

(over)Protection (Belgium)
8 - 17 September 2017, Hasselt

The deadline for this Lab has passed.  Find out more about the Lab here.

Migration (Ireland)
20 February - 1 March 2018, Dublin

The call out for this Lab has passed.  Find out more about the topic here.