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Irvine Foundation: What We're Learning About Community Engagement

This page contains a growing list of research and reports on arts engagement from the California-based James Irvine Insitute, including:

  • The Engagement Revolution: A Study of Strategic Organizational Transformation in 10 California Arts Nonprofits
  • Hearts and Minds: The Arts and Civic Engagement
  • Why "Where" Because "Who": Arts Venues, Spaces, and Tradition
  • and more
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Hearts and Minds: The Arts and Civic Engagement

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Community Engagement Resources from Doug Borwick

Doug Borwick is a US-based artist, arts administrator, and leading advocate for community engagement in the arts.
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Turning Engagement Patterns Upside Down

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The Tamarack Institute for Community Engagement

While not specifically about arts engagement, the Tamarack Institute for Community Engagement has a wealth of resources on its website about community engage
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New! Rethinking the Role of British Art Institutions

In this article The Guardian theatre critic Lynn Gardiner makes a compelling argument for the need for arts institutions to change the way that they

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The Ontario Shebang

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The House Concert - Cultural Diversity
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Kala Seraphin - Kingston, Ontario

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