SEARCH RESULTS FOR PUBLIC WELFARE IN AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS ARCHIVE : 4 ITEMS FOUND

Author(s): Tom Borrup
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The Creative Community Builder's Handbook gives you successful strategies, best practices, and "how-to" guidance to turn cultural gems into effective community change. The text delves into key principles of community development and presents 20 case studies from across the U.S. In addition, it lays out five steps to assessing, planning, and implementing creative community building projects.

Author(s): Jacob Kraemer Tebes, Phd; Samantha L. Matlin, Phd; Bronwyn Hunter, Phd; Azure B. Thompson, Dph; Dana M. Prince, Phd; Nathaniel Mohatt, Phd
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This study report from Yale University's School of Medicine examined Mural Arts' Porch Light Program with a rigorous scientific method and shares the results of that research.

Author(s): Caroline Ross
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One of a number of field scans conducted by ArtPlace, this paper summarizes research and best practices in the intersection of arts and public safety.

Author(s): Reivestment Fund
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Understanding the social value of the arts and culture in New York City neighborhoods was the goal of the research undertaken between 2014 and 2017 by Penn's Social Impact of the Arts Project (SIAP) in collaboration with Reinvestment Fund. This brief is a summary of the conceptual framework, data and methodology, findings and implications of the research discussed in the full report--The Social Wellbeing of New York City's Neighborhoods: The Contributions of Culture and the Arts (March 2017).