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These are examples of the kind of active community engagement your project will need to include. ALL Media are welcome- including social media , digital, musical, performance etc etc.
Event: Holiday Light, Holiday Dark
Over 450 attendees, and 150 action promises.
High School Trauma Project
These are projects from SEE. SAY.DO. Many did not meet the 50-100 active participants but might serve as inspiration.
Grace Bianchi – Body Image Read About Project
Kira Corser – Climate Change /Human Rights Learn More
Maris Gilbert – Water Quality Learn More
Anne Kleinhenz – Heart Listening Learn More
Barb Kobe – Emotional Nature – Embodied Knowing – Empathetic Connection B
Candy Kuehn -Dark Energy/Brain Neurology Learn More
Felecia Lenee -FE -Compassionate Conversations S Read About Project
Wesley May – Identity Read about the project
Layl McDill – Persuasive Technologies Learn More
Rebecca Ratzlaff – Labor/Unions Learn More
Danielle Ricci – Ongoing Refugee Crisis Threads of My Cloth Read about the Project
Shira Richter – Motherhood: Women, Men and Money Read About the Project
Barry Scanlan Environmental Corporate Abuse B Learn More
Jill Waterhouse –The Chasm between the Divides” Learn More
Take Action Pop Up Performances Learn More
Truth, Healing and Reconciliation Anton Truer and Dodging Bullets Learn More
Ideas from Out in the World
A traveling public art project, the AIDS Memorial Quilt was created in June 1987 at the height of the AIDS crisis in the United States. The ongoing project memorializes those who have died from HIV and AIDS through quilted panels, embellished with their names and symbolic imagery representing the person memorialized. Currently, the quilt is made up of more than 48,000 panels, with more added every year as more AIDS casualties are submitted to The NAMES Project Foundation.
These simple posters, created by New York City artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, carry a big message about a type of gender injustice women face regularly: street harassment. The series, called Stop Telling Women To Smile in reference to a common catcall, started in the fall of 2012 and is ongoing by the artist.
The Za’atari Project is an ongoing series of public art murals that engages Syrian refugees, especially children, in art to make refugee camps less sterile and more welcoming.
Wonderful Organization with great ideas: