New Publications from Animating Democracy!
Animating Democracy has just released four new case studies that reflect on how to understand the social impact of these groups’ art-based civic engagement work. All were developed through the Field Lab of the Arts & Civic Engagement Impact Initiative supported by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
Two-Way Mirror: Ethnography as a Way to Assess Civic Impact of Arts-Based Engagement in Tucson, AZ
By Maribel Alvarez
Documenting Civic Engagement: A Plan for the Tucson Pima Arts Council
By Mark J. Stern and Susan C. Seifert
Making the Case for Skid Row Culture: Findings from a Collaborative Inquiry by the Los Angeles Poverty Department and the Urban Institute
By Maria Rosario Jackson and John Malped
Moments of Transformation: Rha Goddess’s LOW and Understanding Social Change
By Suzanne Callahan with writing contributed by Jane Jerardi and Caitlin Servilio and artist reflections by Rha Goddess