The Community Arts Network hits us with some more partnering tools/wisdom. I’m so busy today trying to get ready for our big community event, the Peace Games Showcase, tommorow at 7PM in the McGuire Theater, I haven’t had time to post. I will make time this weekend to tell you all about the results of our current partnerships. Until then, check this out from CAN
Repost from CAN Network
CAN is excited to present Cross-Sector Resources, a new list of organizations that make good partners for community arts.Cross-Sector Resources is an annotated directory of organizations that are based outside the arts, but have developed resources and strategies that can be useful or instructive in community-based arts practice. Many of them have already devised working methods that address problems that confront — and sometimes confound — community arts practitioners. So far the list includes organizations that have made remarkable headway into such issues as sustainable community development, economic revitalization, international communication, placemaking and youth services. This idea emerged from the 2004 CAN Gathering and the CAN Report. If you would like to recommend a resource for this list, visit the page for instructions and a form.
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