Are you based in New York City? Join us next week on Thursday, June 19th for a panel and screening at the Apple SoHo store.
7 short documentaries about New York City cultural institutions feature their projects from the Rockefeller Foundation’s NYC Cultural Innovation Fund.
BAM planned and piloted programs for their new facility, BAM Fisher, to connect with Brooklyn’s creative community.
Working together, Casita Maria and Dancing in the Streets are investigating the artistic legacy of the South Bronx.
Chimpanzee Productions created a touring multimedia event and online portal to share hidden history contained in family photo albums.
Public Access Design is a rapid response design clinic that provides community social justice organizations with grass-roots organizing tools.
Groundswell engaged local youth, artists, and community members in a series of community mural-making projects to identify local traffic and safety issues.
OurGoods undertook capacity-building initiatives to attract new users, match the diversity of barter requests, and improve its website.
Mannahatta 2409 invites the public to develop and share their own ecological designs for the future of Manhattan.
In this podcast, Richard Evans, Caron Atlas, and Frances Lucerna explore how to strengthen communities through cultural initiatives.
In this podcast, Richard Evans, Jean Davidson, and Marlène Ramírez-Cancio share stories about artist residencies that are highly rewarding for the artist, the presenter, and the public.
How do you build community through cultural initiatives?
A series of updates on the 2011 Rockefeller Foundation’s Cultural Innovation Fund grantees as they approach the halfway point in their projects.
Note: We did not produce an audio postcard about the starting conditions for the DFA project. Since their founding in … Continue reading
For the last 100 years, the Wildlife Conservation Society has focused on saving wildlife and wild places around the globe through in-person interventions.