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Posts Tagged ‘ arts and social change ’

VIDEO: Aerin Dunford on upcycling, creativity, and systems change

In this video, Aerin explains what upcycling is all about and shares her thoughts on how upcycling connects to social change and large-scale systems change.
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Creating Useful Things From Waste, Connecting Upcyclers Across the Globe

Upcycling is a term that refers to the practice of making things that are more beautiful, durable, or useful from what was previously considered waste.
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The Heidelberg Project – Historic Art Environment and Cultural Village, Potential Economic Engine for the City of Detroit

The Heidelberg Project is an open-air art environment in Detroit’s East Side. I first encountered it when I was maybe 10 years old. My father's company maintained several properties in Detroit. Each weekend we would drive from site to site to check the progress of the previous week's work. With its famous polka dot...
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Detroit Nonprofit Uses Industrial Scraps for Art Education

Industrial remnants and artistic creation—two things you may not associate with each other that when paired, create a social phenomenon called Arts and Scraps. Arts and Scraps is a nonprofit organization in Detroit’s eastside, a location conducive to acquiring plenty of industrial scrap materials. Arts and Scraps reclaims and reuses materials that would otherwise...
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VIDEO: NPi Speaks with The Cloud Foundation about the 100K ArtScience Innovation Prize

In this video we talk with Carrie Fitzsimmons of The Cloud Foundation about The ArtScience Prize, an award that provides opportunities for teens to develop breakthrough ideas in the arts and design at the frontier of scientific knowledge.
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Doris Sommer Discusses Her Work With Cultural Agents

Cultural Agents looks outside, as well as inside, the university to people who perform and create arts, including interpretation, that make contributions to society. There are an incredible number of these cultural agents who can recognize one another as such, no matter how varied their practices are. What we do is think about what...
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