An intimate interlude between Jeri Hilt and Natalie Sablon What work are you currently doing that’s feeding your artistic soul? Who are your people/where are you from? How does your ancestry (people, place, spirit) impact […]
Rural Arts & Culture: Powerful Forces for Positive Change
Rural Arts & Culture: Powerful Forces for Positive Change Judi Jennings, ACSJN Leadership Team, & Bob Reeder, Rural LISC Rural arts and culture transcend challenges and enrich communities across our country every day. At the […]
Inviting You to the Evaluation Test Kitchen!
Preparing a Values Guide to Evaluating Arts & Social Change and Aesthetic Characteristics for Social Justice-Oriented Art. By Pam Korza. At the October Grantmakers in the Arts (GIA) conference, artist Rosten Woo described the Vendor Power! […]
Reflections from the Movement for Black Lives Convening in Cleveland
Our culture and art is our tool, medicine, and our weapon. ACSJN Leadership Team members, Tufara Waller Muhammad and Carlton Turner attended the Convening for Black Lives held in Cleveland, OH from July 24-26, 2015. […]