Participation in activities in the home are often central to people's self- and community-making. The home is a primary space of cultural engagement, consumption and participation, and for creating comfort, security and mediating one's relationship with the outside world. While the home is crucial to processes of settlement and belonging it remains largely invisible to governmental frameworks, particularly in the arts and cultural sector.
Research Unit in Public Cultures
Created: 5 August 2016, Last modified: 20 July 2017