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Kirby Middle School

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Oregon Bach Festival

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Community Public Art Guide: Making Murals, Mosaics, Sculptures, and Spaces

The Chicago Public Art Group claims that their web-based Public Art Guide is the most comprehensive manual for making public artworks through collaboration with community that has ever been produced. The website represents the collective experience of dozens of dedicated community public artists, working on hundreds of projects, with thousands of participants. (continue)

Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra’s Klinghoffer Dialogue Project

The Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra's Klinghoffer Dialogue Project used opera to engage the people of Brooklyn in dialogue on the effects of tensions between Israelis and Palestinians on their community. (continue)

The Color of Fear 3

The Color of Fear 3 is an intimate conversation on the issues of what it is to be gay in this society and the impact it has on their sense of safety and identity. Through their personal stories and interactions, we have a glimpse into the fears, the stereotypes, and moral issues that are dividing and confronting us today. (continue)

Curbstone Press

Curbstone Press is a nonprofit publishing house dedicated to publishing literature that reflects a commitment to social change. The Other Side of Heaven anthology and national book tour was an effort to use literature in the reconciliation process of the Vietnam War. The anthology featured stories about the aftermath of the Vietnam War as told by 37 American, North Vietnamese, and South Vietnamese writers. The month-long book tour was hosted by colleges and universities, as well as public libraries, high schools, and bookstores and consisted of readings, signings, and discussions about the issues raised in the book. (continue)

Lara Lepionka, Artist

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Out North Contemporary Art House

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Chicago Public Art Group

CPAG unites communities and artists in creating high quality public art. They produce mosaics, murals, sculptures, seating installations, banners, and space designs. Their skilled, professional artists specialize in collaborating with community participants to make delightful, meaningful, permanent, and safe public artworks. (continue)

Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center

The Cambridge Multicultural Art Center (CMAC) is a non-profit corporation founded in 1978 as an arts center focused on helping diverse populations better understand one another. Our mission is to present visual and performing arts programs to educate the community about diversity, and make our facility available to artists or groups that might not otherwise have access to a professionally equipped facility or the cultural mainstream. (continue)