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Peace Tiles Project

Peace Tiles offers an easy to follow, dynamic process to engage people of all ages in the exploration of global issues through art, while building connections around the world. Peace Tiles envisions a world in which schools and other public places around the world are bound together through the visual arts. To do this, the Peace Tiles projects stimulates and supports the production and exchange of "Peace Tiles," intimate works of art that, when displayed together, create vibrant, dynamic, large-scale murals. (continue)

Liz Lerman Dance Exchange

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Peggy Diggs, Artist

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Children's Theatre Company

The Children's Theatre Company (CTC) is recognized as North America's flagship theatre for young people and families as well as a major cultural and artistic resource in Minnesota. Founded in 1965, CTC has set a standard for excellence in theatre for young people, the creation of new work, and arts education. CTC has utilized dialogue both to develop performances and to encourage audience members to engage following performances. (continue)

CEC Artslink

CEC ArtsLink is an international arts service organization. Our programs support exchange of artists and cultural managers in the United States with their counterparts in Central Europe, Russia and Eurasia. (continue)

The Writer's Voice of Billings Montana

More than 25 YMCAs host the YMCA National Writer's Voice program, a network of independent literary arts centers at YMCAs. Writer's Voice centers meet the needs of their communities through local programs while sharing national programs, training and other resources. One of the projects of the Billings, Montana Writer's Voice was called 'Finding Common Ground in an Uncommon Land.' It was a series of public readings and writer-led discussions held in rural communities in Montana. The series was intended to provide opportunities for dialogue around issues of land usage, family communication and intergenerational transfer of ranch property. (continue)

Dance Umbrella

Dance Umbrella believes that dance helps describe, define, and deepen our experience of living. For us, dance is a kinetic form of communication, which includes all forms of movement and physical expression. Dance Umbrella's mission is to promote the knowledge, appreciation, practice and performance of dance. With the goal of expanding audiences and support for dance, Dance Umbrella works to encourage innovative and meaningful communication between artists and the entire community. (continue)

Liz Swados, Performance Artist

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Perseverance Theatre

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City Lore

City Lore is a nonprofit membership organization, founded in 1986 to produce programs and publications that convey the richness of New York City's cultural heritage. City Lore's staff includes folklorists, historians, anthropologists, and ethnomusicologists, all of whom specialize in the creation of programs and materials for public education and enjoyment. In addition to staff projects, affiliated individuals and organizations work through City Lore to produce independent films, exhibits, and other media projects. (continue)

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