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Cultural Organizing for Community Change, Dec 8!

Sunday, December 8, 9:30am-6:00pm540 President St #1a, Brooklyn, NY 11215 Join fellow organizers, artists, media makers, and policy makers to learn effective ways to deepen your work and engage your creativity in organizing for community change. The day will include: A cultural organizing framework Hands on skill building workshops  Case studies from across NYC and […]

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REPORT RELEASE! Creative Transformations

Our Creative Transformations: Arts, Culture and Public Housing Communities program was shaped by a research and planning process, kicked off by a cross-sector roundtable held in July 2015. The program ultimately grew to support 17 pilot projects, including 19 partners and the participation of more than a thousand public housing residents and artists. You can […]

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WALKING THE TALK: Putting Racial and Cultural Equity Values into Practice

On Thurs, March 28th, 2018, the field joined Arts & Democracy and NOCD-NY for a webinar on different approaches to grounding equity commitments through training, program design, and day-to-day practices. Review a recording of the conversation and share it!

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Peer Learning Exchange: Cultural Hubs​ and Community Anchors

by Charlie Vazquez, 11/26/18 Arts Innovation Consultant charlievazquez.com Naturally Occurring Cultural Districts NY (NOCD-NY) organized a Peer Learning Exchange: Cultural Hubs​ and Community Anchors–hosted by THE POINT CDC in Hunts Point, Bronx–on Friday, October 26, 2018. This moderated round table discussion and information exchange featured some of the most innovative and pioneering thought leaders in […]

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Peer Learning Exchange: Planning and Rezoning

On Monday, January 29, the NOCD-NY network came together for a bi-monthly peer learning exchange focused on the role of arts and culture in planning and rezoning processes. You can find a video of the full exchange here. Arts and culture are well suited to bring new voices to the table and as a medium […]

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Arts, Culture and Healthy Communities in the South Bronx

Launched at the #WhatCreatesHealth? conference last summer, NOCD-NY continues to collaborate with NYC Health’s Center for Health Equity to connect artist residencies in South Bronx communities. Students from Hunts Point Alliance for Children opened and closed this school year with performances by BombaYo (pictured), youth at BronxWorks Betances Community Center are working with Educational Video […]

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