The creative power of arts and culture is a catalyst for action – especially among those who have been disenfranchised
- Vote for Participatory Budgeting projects in New York City
- Check out our new policy brief Arts and Culture as Part of a Just and Equitable City written with Groundswell and NOCD-NY for the New York City transition
- Listen to our latest conference call: Education for Liberation through Arts and Culture and read our new resource newsletter
- We have a new short video about our artist-in-residence program with Service Employees International Union
- Have you ordered your copy of the Bridge Conversations book yet?
FROM THE BLOG...
- Rural Art and Culture Yields Big Impact, guest Blog by Judi Jennings and Savannah Barrett
- How Arts and Culture Can Advance a Neighborhood-Centered Progressive Agenda by Caron Atlas
- Creative Placemaking and the Politics of Belonging and Dis-Belonging - guest Blog by Roberto Bedoya
- Americans for the Arts Annual Convention, June 13 to June 15, 2014 Nashville, TN
- Cross-Currents: Art + Agriculture Powering Rural Economies, September 3 to September 5, 2014 Greensboro, NC
- Facing Race, November 13 to November 15, 2014 Dallas, Texas
Do you want the Cosmetic Version or the Real Deal? Los Angeles Poverty Department 1986 - 2013 retrospective at the Queens Museum of Art includes performances of two of the LAPD's critically acclaimed works: State of Incarceration and Agentes & Activos. Exibition is January 31 - May 11, 2014.