Webinar: The Arts, Social/Civic Engagement, and Innovation – Oct 30
RSVP for the October Research and Evidence Webinar
The Office of Research and Evaluation (ORE) at the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) invites you to join our Research and Evidence webinar series. This webinar series is one of many ways ORE is sharing current research on civic engagement, volunteering, and national service.
This month’s topic is:
The Arts, Social/Civic Engagement, and Innovation
Date and Time: Wednesday, October 30, from 2-3:30 p.m. ET
Welcome, Andrea Robles, Ph.D.
The Arts and Community Transformation:
- Sunil Iyengar, Ph.D., National Endowment for the Arts: The arts, place, social cohesion, and health equity
- Patricia Moore Shaffer Ph.D., National Endowment for the Arts: Intro to creative placemaking and our town theory of change, focusing on social/community-level changes
Research on the Arts and Civic Engagement:
- Forklift: Lynn Osgood, Civic Arts Austin
- Farmville: Kate Bukoski, East Carolina University
Closing Remarks, Melissa Gouge, Ph.D.
Q&A Discussion, facilitated by Andrea Robles, Ph.D.
Please RSVP to attend.
If you have any questions, contact the CNCS Office of Research and Evaluation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presentation: The Arts, Social/Civic Engagement, and Innovation
What is the significance of placed-based art? What is the relationship between placed-based art and civic engagement and social cohesion? Researchers from the National Endowment for the Arts and a few of their grantees will explore the role of artists, designers, and cultural organizations in transforming communities within cities, towns, and rural places across the country. The focus is on research studies and measurement approaches to understand the relationships between place-based arts projects and civic engagement, social cohesion, and other community-level outcomes.
Office of Research and Evaluation
The Corporation for National and Community Service sponsors and supports scholarly research. Findings are used to identify effective strategies for national service, increase the evidence-base for its programs, and strengthen civic infrastructure and civic engagement in America. ORE builds, shares, and uses knowledge in multiple ways. Our CNCS webpages include ongoing and completed studies and evaluation resources.
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