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February 13, 2013
We hear a lot about creative placemaking these days. Some like the term and others don't. On this conference call, presenters discussed what sorts of creative placemaking practices strengthen self-determination and belonging within a community. The call illustrated the power of place-based arts and culture as an integral part of equitable, democratic, and culturally vital communities and explored placemaking in the digital sphere.
Isao Fujimoto and Tim Marema on the power of ‘edgewalking’.
By Tim Marema
Activist Artist and Media Justice Networking Dinner
In the first years of the Arts & Democracy Project we co-convened small conversations to learn about the needs and interests of artists and activists across the country. Our first one, cosponsored with the New Progressive Coalition, took place at la Pena in Berkeley, bringing together over twenty Bay Area artists, activists, and cultural organizers for a discussion about the relationship between framing, community cultural development, arts, and organizing. (March 2007)
Paula Allen and R. Lena Richardson talk about traditional arts and culture as resources for Native community health.
By R. Lena Richardson