Art in/with Community

A CONVERSATION BETWEEN JEAN-MARIE AND VICTORIA

By conNECKted TOO / January 4, 2023

Art and Making as Tools for a Visionary See PDF file: CLICK HERE TO READ A CONVERSATION BETWEEN VICTORIA AND JEAN-MARIE READ MORE CONVERSATIONS BETWEEN ARTISTS HERE

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2022 Charleston Zine Fest Reflection

By Abetterbusinessxabb@gmail.com / January 4, 2023

Summary: Last year TINYisPOWERFUL participated in the 5th annual Charleston Zine Fest (2022) – an initiative started by Leigh Sabish of Sarden Press that was primarily organized by Sage Graham this year. During this event artists, zine makers and a diverse set of TINY businesses from South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and other east coast […]

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A Conversation Between Rayn and JEMAGWGA

By conNECKted TOO / July 26, 2022

Art and Making as Tools for a Visionary See PDF file: Click here to read A Conversation RAYN with JEMAGWGA For the TINYisPOWERFUL collective to be viable, it needs to keep in close contact with its outside partners and supporters. This is the purpose of our NEWSLETTER and of the TINYisPOWERFUL website.  A lot of the […]

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843? Zine Program Development | 2022

By conNECKted TOO / July 5, 2022

“Art is everything” is about seeing all of life and beyond as an art. While “a zine can be anything,” engulfs the concept that any topic and set of materials can be used to share our perceptions of the world with others. Both of these statements carry with them the spirit of art and zines […]

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Pilgrimages of a Santa Fe Poet Laureate Visiting Schoolchildren during National Poetry Month

By conNECKted TOO / May 17, 2022

as published in the Santa Fe Reporter By Darryl Lorenzo Wellington April 27, 2022 April is National Poetry Month. Of course, to my mind, National Poetry Month, like Black History Month, is a bit of a redundancy, since every month is an occasion to revisit art and learning. But the calendar this April includes an exceptional […]

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Arts and Culture from the Inside, Not Just on the Outside

By Abetterbusinessxabb@gmail.com / May 17, 2022

November 13, 2019 essay published in the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Community Development Innovation Review documenting some of the lessons learned during the Strategic Planning art work performed by Significant Developments for the Jackson Medical Mall as part of their ArtPlace Community Development Investments program… Arts and Culture from the Inside, Not Just […]

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Wim ROEFS

By Abetterbusinessxabb@gmail.com / May 17, 2022

It is with deep sadness that we announce the death of Wim Roefs, one of 701 Center for Contemporary Art’s founders and always one of its fiercest advocates. He will be missed by everyone who believes in the value of arts and artists for our communities. But most of all, his passing will be a […]

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Good Trouble: Resources and Research

By conNECKted TOO / May 4, 2022

Learning for Justice: https://www.learningforjustice.org/ Social Justice Standards Facilitator Guide PDF: https://www.learningforjustice.org/sites/default/files/2018-11/TT-Social-Justice-Standards-Facilitator-Guide-WEB_0.pdf CCSD Cultural Competency Policy – https://www.tinyispowerful.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Cultural-Competency-Policy-ACE-1.pdf artEquity Anti-racist Practices for Everyday Life – Approaches to Differences – (pg 22-23 of “Everyday Justice: Antiracism as a Daily Practice”)  Prindle Institute “Let’s Talk About Race” by Julius Lester Book Anyalsis  https://www.prindleinstitute.org/books/lets-talk-about-race/ Resources for parents on how […]

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Art and Monsters

By conNECKted TOO / May 4, 2022

“Property matters. It’s more than just a parcel of land. It’s also window to the past that tells the story of a family, a community, a way of life. Knowing your family’s history and culture creates a sense of place and belonging. The loss of heirs’ property has impact on the entire community, not just […]

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My I Story

By conNECKted TOO / May 4, 2022

l would just like to uplift the name of Reverend Clementa Pinckney I heard him give a speech about the first Memorial Day in Charleston for the first time in May of that year but by June he was dead. We also lift up the names of Cynthia Hurd, Reverend Sharonda Coleman -Singleton, Ethel Lance, […]

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