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Winter Intensive: Artists Working in Communities

February 10 @ 4:00 pm5:30 pm

Free – $15
Infographic with image of Jun-Li Want on far right side. She has dark shoulder length hair and is wearing glasses and a black top under a black jacket.

Are you an artist that already works with the community? Are you an artist that wants to extend their practice to working with the community? Springboard for the Arts developed A Handbook for Artists Working in Community, which is an invaluable resource for all artists seeking to engage communities in their practice. The book is a compilation of insights, practices, and tools from Springboard’s collective experiences as artists, as an organization working with hundreds of artists in communities, and from artist practitioners. Jun-Li Wang, Associate Director of Programs at Springboard for the Arts, will discuss this handbook as a practical manual for artists who would like to begin or deepen their work with the community.

About Jun-Li Wang

Jun-Li Wang is a connector of people, places and ideas. As Associate Director, Programs, Jun-Li leads strategy and programs at Springboard for the Arts with a focus on partnership development and community building. Jun-Li has extensive experience in asset-based community development, community organizing, neighborhood leadership, workshop curriculum design and implementation, and training. For the past 10 years, she created and led Springboard’s Community Development program, including Irrigate, a nationally-recognized creative placemaking program designed to train and support local artists to address community challenges. She recently completed her third toolkit for Springboard, the Handbook for Artists Working in Community. Jun-Li holds a BA from Vassar College and MPS in International Development from Cornell University, and though she has lived in Minnesota longer than any other place, some of her heart remains in Berkeley, her childhood home. When time permits, Jun-Li is a craft artist with guerilla art aspirations.

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Date:
February 10
Time:
4:00 pm–5:30 pm
Cost:
Free – $15
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https://www.eventbrite.com/e/winter-intensive-artists-working-in-communities-tickets-231794532687

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Office of Public Art
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