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Creating Meaningful Dialogue at Arts Events: Getting beyond Q & A, testimonial, art critique, or soapbox oratory! new Great for Beginners Highly Recommended

Bibliographic Details:

Excerpted from Civic Dialogue, Arts & Culture: Findings from Animating Democracy by Pam Korza, Barbara Schaffer Bacon, and Andrea Assaf. Washington, D.C.: Americans for the Arts, 2005.

Summary:

This great 2-page handout was created for a workshop at NCDD's 2006 conference called "Inquiring Minds Want to Know: What Do the Arts Have to Do With Dialogue?" Presenters Leah Lamb, Ellen Schneider, and Pam Korza list challenges, offer strategies for effectively engaging audiences in civic dialogue at arts events, provide examples of how dialogue professionals can learn to incorporate art to support their dialogue goals, and more.

Also feel free to download Selected Art and Cultural Resource - a 2-page resource list that was also handed out at this workshop.

Learn much more about the interplay between the arts and civic dialogue at www.AmericanForTheArts.org/AnimatingDemocracy.

Categories: Libraries & Museums, Higher Education, Communities, Venues, Dialogue, Arts-Based D&D;, Interest Areas, Planning Phase, Facets of D&D; Work, Main Category

Topics: Workshop / Conference Materials, Great Handouts, Facilitation and Convening Tools, Tools for D&D; and Collaboration, 2006 NCDD Conference, NCDD Resources, Main Meta Category

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