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AAD 520, Unit 13: Arts Based Community Development I: Beautification, Public Art, Urban Renewal

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Transcript of AAD 520, Unit 13: Arts Based Community Development I: Beautification, Public Art, Urban Renewal

Unit 13:
Arts Based Community Development I:
Beautification, Public Art, Urban Renewal

I. ABCD Introduction
Definitions and Contexts from the Expanding Field
Art Based Community Development
Encourage the development of learning communities
Study strategies for engaging communities respectfully and effectively
Expose students to the history and ecology of this work, partnership development, community
research and reconnaissance methods, learning and teaching strategies, evaluation, funding and legal issues
Use an arts-infused curriculum emphasizing multiple learning styles
Challenge students to confront motivations and assumptions
Develop resource centers and lasting support networks
Integrate the issues of race, rank and privilege into the totality of the curriculum
http://wayback.archive-it.org/2077/20100906195052/http://www.communityarts.net/archivefiles/community_development/index.php
READ: Arts and Community Development
II. Beautification Projects: Standard & Innovative
III. Public Art: Plop Art vs. Community Investment
http://www.sfmoma.org/explore/multimedia/videos/90
WATCH: The Tilted Art Trial
http://www.law.harvard.edu/faculty/martin/art_law/tilted_arc.htm
READ:
Seattle's Chinatown-International District
WATCH: Public Art in Seattle's International District

IV. Urban Renewal
Philadelphia / Lily Yeh:
The Village of the Arts & Humanities
“We have this one-block area with more than half-abandoned houses. So our
dream is that with The Village folks, and working with professionals from the
outside or from inside, we will have the buildings and create beautiful parks. We
nurture the young, provide education activities really connected to their own
worth, their own resources, the resources in this neighborhood, and their family,
their family heritage. There ís a lot of resource in each individual. And then people
are nurtured by attention and care from each other. Young people are strengthened
by meaningful education, and the teenagers and adults are sustained by meaningful work, it’s not just job training so that you go and get a job. With meaningful work, each person gets in touch with their creativity. I think then you have inner fulfillment, then contentment.
Houston / Project Row Houses
Project Row Houses (PPH)
http://wayback.archive-it.org/2077/20100906195039/http://www.communityarts.net/archivefiles/urban/index.php
REVIEW: Arts in Urban Communities
V. Better Processes and Practices
Boice WaterShed Public Art
Denver Public Art Tour
Public Art in Downtown Boise

VISIT:
www.boiseartsandhistory.org
http://wayback.archive-it.org/2077/20100906195020/http://www.communityarts.net/archivefiles/public_art/index.php
VISIT:
Art and creativity should be viewed as an integral part of life, exemplified in African traditions wherein art is interwoven into the very fabric of life through rituals and ceremony activities.
Quality education is defined through impartation of knowledge and wisdom – including understanding that is passed from generation to generation.
Strong neighborhoods have social safety nets, woven by community to support community and to raise social responsibility
Good and relevant architecture; meaning housing that should not only be well designed, but also make sense to preserve a community’s historic character.
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