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Art of Family Storybook By OFFCenter Community Arts Project
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The Art of Family program was developed by OFFCenter Community Arts Project to bring families together for the purpose of making art, having fun and getting to know each other in new ways. Guided by... More > “choice-based” open studio concepts of art education and art therapy, this curriculum allowed family members to work together, exploring their personal imagery with open interpretation. This book offers a sampling of resulting artwork and journal entries and offers insight into the power of communal art making as a way to promote healing and understanding within families. OFFCenter is a 501(c)3 social profit organization which provides a safe, open art studio and materials five days a week, for everyone to make art free-of-charge. Our Mission - We promote positive self-identity and resilience through making art in a safe, group setting. Our community arts studio stimulates creativity, social dialogue and enhances the lives of those most marginalized in our community.< Less
BoardedUP By Grand Street Community Arts
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Collection of Grand Street Community Arts BoardedUP exhibition, which showcases local artists who paint boards to be installed on the old boarded-up windows of St. Anthony's church in the South End... More > of Albany. Features over 60 different artists. Installation runs for six months every year from March to August. 3rd annual.< Less
Creative Community: The Art of Cultural Development By Adams, Donald Goldbard, Arlene, and
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A text-only edition of Creative Community: The Art of Cultural Development, originally published in 2001 by the Rockefeller Foundation. A complete guide to community cultural development theory and... More > practice.< Less
Creative Community: The Art of Cultural Development By Adams, Donald Goldbard, Arlene, and
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A text-only edition of Creative Community: The Art of Cultural Development, originally published in 2001 by the Rockefeller Foundation. A complete guide to community cultural development theory and... More > practice.< Less
Secondary Communities By John Reardon
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“Every society defines its bonds of belonging, but such bonds do not always extinguish the desire people have to combine together with those like them in a social bond [...] The belonging of... More > fact cannot satisfy us, since it does not allow our relation with others to be founded on what is, according to the choice we make, most important for us. We are complete only outside ourselves, in the human plenitude of an assembly, but we become complete only if, as we gather together, we do so in a way that responds to our intimate demands […] to the extent that we no longer want to be disfigured and ridiculous in our own eyes…" (Georges Bataille, The Absence of Myth, 1994, Verso) This project builds a community of interest around a discourse of art and democracy and is formed of the kinds of affective energy and bonds that are at the core of much of what currently passes for my work< Less
Our Community By Gayle M Luebke
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This is an art book created by Mrs. Luebke's sixth grade students. The photos included are their paintings of community buildings.
Community of Scholars By Mary A Agria
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Grief-stricken at the death of his wife and unborn child, Political Science Professor A. J. Ferinelli buries himself in his teaching and scholarly research...that is, until Math Instructor Sam... More > Pomerantz shows up accusing the Academic Dean of sexual harassment. Drawn into her quest for justice, A.J. finds himself caught up in a firestorm of intrigue, betrayal and violence that threatens to destroy the college and with it his faith in higher education itself as a community of learning. "Things change, stuff happens, death is just a matter of time. Inevitable. But not everybody lives. That choice is ours...and ours alone..." "A winner...Agria captures academia with knowledge and sensitivity. Characters show beautiful personal growth."< Less
Boonkie in the Community By Lendy Swartbooi-Thobejane
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This book is about a beautiful little black girl growing up in a so-called ‘coloured’ township. Boonkie never had any real friends, and being accepted at a world-class university seemed... More > beyond her wildest dreams! Would she make it at such a university, having come from a poor family in an impoverished marginalised community? Lendy Swartbooi-Thobejane completed a Certificate NQ Level 5 in Performing Arts at the New Africa Theatre Association in Athlone. Further studies in Theatre and Performing Arts at the University of Cape Town. Performed at Grahamstown National Arts festival in various theatre productions. Written and directed a play for the Zabalaza Theatre Festival (Baxter Theatre) fringe productions. Her play ‘Mommy I’m in Heaven’ was nominated one of the best written plays on the fringe. She is passionate about promoting reading in public libraries and volunteered for two years as Assistant Librarian at Ravensmead Library.< Less
C Is For Community By Use Your Noodle Students
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Use Your Noodle is about fun, inclusive, project-based learning. In 2010-2011 over forty students between the ages of five and twelve participated. We made puppets, walked in a parade, helped tend... More > the High Rocks garden, and explored a stream. We also studied community and culture through the collaborative art projects featured in this book.< Less
Community Evolved By Dani Moore, Isaac Frankel, David Fuchs
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In 2011, fans celebrated the tenth anniversary of the Halo video game series at Halo Fest. While much had been written on the art, music, and development of the games, little ink had been spilled to... More > celebrate the fans—the people who had supported the series and made its existence possible, developing their own culture along the way. This book endeavors to highlight the major ways in which the Halo community has banded together to support themselves, the Halo series, and even people who have never played the games. Community Evolved—through the eyes of Halo community leaders—showcases the various transformations the Halo community has undergone in the first decade of its existence.< Less