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Creative Change Coalition, Technical Assistance Workshop: Producing Affirming Drag Events

Learn strategies for producing affirming drag events from experts in drag story hours, drag brunches, and catwalk parties. They will share their experience supporting programming that celebrates and cares for marginalized communities.

Creative Change Coalition, Community of Practice: Vision & Strategy: Artists in Advocacy

Artists and culture bearers can be powerful allies in advocating for policy change, movement building, and other economic and social justice efforts. Join us to hear from leading organizations who are working with artists to build narratives, communicate policy impacts, and mobilize community members.

Creative Change Coalition, Technical Assistance Workshop: The Long Game – Federal funding for equitable community impacts through creative cross-sector strategies

Learn how to access federal funding and engage creative people in your community. More details will be released soon!

Creative Change Coalition, Technical Assistance Workshop: Meaning-Making Through Murals

Thinking about murals in your community? Wondering where to start? Murals can bring beauty and meaning to places AND they also can bring people together, create conversation and build relationships.

Creative Change Coalition, Community of Practice, Vision & Strategy: Local Culture + Economic Justice

Join the Creative Change Coalition to hear from three organizations on the leading edge of community wealth building, creative workforce development, and entrepreneurship.

Understanding Guaranteed Income

Join the Creative Change Coalition for an introduction and exploration of Guaranteed Income programs, research, and advocacy with guest presenters, Dr. Kalen Flynn from the Center for Guaranteed Income Research at University of Pennsylvania, Shafeka Hashash from the Economic Security Project, and Ricardo Beaird, Springboard for the Arts.

Community of Practice, Vision & Strategy: Equitable, Place-Based Creative Work

Join us for the launch of the Creative Change Coalition and our first Community of Practice gathering!

Hosted by Springboard for the Arts’ Executive Director, Laura Zabel, this free, virtual gathering and discussion will feature special guests National Endowment for the Arts Chair Maria Rosario Jackson, PhD and Ben Stone (NEA Design & Creative Placemaking Director). Connect with peers, learn more about the Coalition, and hear from NEA leadership on vision and strategy for the field of equitable, place-based creative work in this free, 1.5 hour virtual session.