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Lucy Perera

Coordinator of School & Community Programs, LSU Museum of Art in Baton Rouge

20/20 Vision: How Every Picture Tells A Story

PRESENTED ON MAR 31, 2017
IN BATON ROUGE @ VOL 4

As a creative thinker and doer, Lucy Perera's life in museum education has provided a platform to weave her love for museums, art, history and teaching with a desire to change the world around her. Listen as she disscusses her work delight in designing programs that reframe learning and provide pathways to make art accessible to new audiences.

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The Power of the Arts

BY KATHRYN BLUME
@ VOL 3 ON FEB 07, 2012

Kathryn Blume talks about the power of the arts in building powerful movements for addressing climate change and communicating a potent, creative vision for a world without oil. This presentation is in English.

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Taking the Arts to the Streets

BY TEDDY ECK
@ VOL 6 ON MAR 07, 2013

Teddy Eck, a graduate student working in art education, talks about ArtsMemphis, and its various programs for supporting art and arts education in Memphis, and the importance of non-profit arts programs and events in Memphis.

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Get Boosted for the Arts

BY SIMON BOWDEN AND BRYNA O'BRIEN
@ VOL 18 ON FEB 17, 2013

Simon Bowden and Bryna O'Brien discuss their plans for Boosted, a new crowdfunding website for the arts in New Zealand. They talk about how they got the funding for boosted, what the arts foundation in New Zealand does, and projects that were on the website when Boosted launched in March 2013.

 

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The Restoration of Heritage at the Arts Centre of Christchurch

BY ANDRE LOVATT
@ VOL 23 ON MAY 04, 2015

The Arts Centre in Christchurch is a neo-gothic campus, once hosting the local university, converted into a space for local artists to practise and showcase. Severely damaged in the Canterbury earthquakes, it is now going through an extensive restoration. Arts Centre CEO Andre Lovatt gives people an insight into the restoration of the Arts Centre, to explain what it is that they have been doing since the earthquakes, show the process visually and give an indication on the progress that is being made. Showing the love, care and attention that so many people are giving to their restoration work and how, when it is all done, the Arts Centre, and the Christchurch wider community, will be so much better for it.

 

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The Power of an Idea: One Person's View of How Community Renewal Through the Arts Lead to Creation of the BHAD

BY RICHARD HENSEL
@ VOL 3 ON NOV 12, 2015

Rich Hensel is a resident of Benton Harbor, MI celebrating thirty years of engagement with the local creative community and has worked as a community organizer and founder of the OutCenter, a founding board member and past President of the New Territory Arts Association, Trustee, and Vice President of the Benton Harbor Public Library, and a volunteer with the Benton Harbor Downtown Development Authority he continues to remain engaged in the renewal of this city.

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The Arts Barge Project

BY HANNAH WEST
@ VOL 13 ON JUL 18, 2017

Hannah West and Christian Topman give an update on the progress of the project: Creating an arts venue for York on the rescued heritage river barge “Selby Tony”

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How Art can Help us Communicate and Reconnect with People

BY JEREMY KOCH
@ VOL 2 ON OCT 26, 2017

Jeremy Koch elaborates on how we, as a society, need to re-learn the art of communication in a world saturated with technology. 

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Arts Works

BY TESS LANDON
@ VOL 24 ON DEC 04, 2012

Tess Landon speaks about incarceration and the impact art education and rehabilitation has on re-arrest rates once prisoners are released.

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The Human Connection: the Heart of the Arts

BY KAREN COKER
@ VOL 10 ON MAR 27, 2017

Art, music, and dance are common threads that are not restricted by race, age, or language. Join Karen Coker as she follows art through history and tells us about how it can bring pride and unity to communities.