Community Creativity Cohort 

Arts leaders from across the region came together to help articulate the challenges and opportunities associated with their work. Their insights are helping to inform the Foundation’s future work in Community Creativity.

Arts leaders participated in engaging activities led by local artists to get to know one another better before their work session.
Arts leaders participated in engaging activities led by local artists to get to know one another better before their work session. Photo by Bruce Silcox
Diane Tran
Diane Tran facilitates a group conversation. Photo by Bruce Silcox
Q&A Session
The big question: How can arts and culture best be integrated into public life and leveraged to bridge understanding across and within cultures to make the region better for everyone? Photo by Bruce Silcox
Brainstorming Session
A participant further explored big questions in the arts community. Photo by Bruce Silcox
Arts leaders brainstorm
Arts leaders brainstormed together about how the arts can play a role in community problem solving. Photo by Bruce Silcox

Make Art Central to Problem Solving

Community Creativity

The guiding goal of our Community Creativity initiative is to make art a central element of problem solving on more issues, across more sectors and in more communities throughout the region.