MISSION

 
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Art making, community archiving and social practice

A PROJECT DESIGNED TO BUILD DIALOGUE ABOUT IDENTITY, CULTURE, COMMUNITY AND HOME 

 
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The mission of the People + Places Project is to provide an inclusive space for communities to share stories about who they are and places that they live. 

 
 
 

OUR VISION

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ART-MAKING INCLUSIVE FOR EVERYONE ANYWHERE

ART-MAKING INCLUSIVE PARA TODOS EN CUALQUIER LUGAR

 
 

Our vision is to provide people of all ages with fun and creative outlets to think, play, create and make a media landscape that is reflection of their communities. We hope to give adults the tools to communicate and revisit memories that influence their choices to give the youth what they wish they had growing up. The People + Places Project serves the community through art-making, workshops and events.

This project was developed in part with funding from the California Humanities, a non-profit partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Visit www.calhum.org

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Nuestra visión es proporcionar a personas de todas las edades oportunidades divertidas y creativas para pensar, jugar, crear y crear un paisaje mediático que refleje sus comunidades. Esperamos dar a los adultos las herramientas para comunicarse y volver a visitar los recuerdos que influyen en sus elecciones para darles a los jóvenes lo que desearían que hubieran tenido durante su crecimiento. El Proyecto People + Places sirve a la comunidad a través de la creación de arte, talleres y eventos.

Este proyecto fue desarrollado en parte con fondos de California Humanities, un socio sin fines de lucro del National Endowment for the Humanities. Visita www.calhum.org "