Progressing Issues of Social Importance Through the Work of Indigenous Artists
We are pleased to provide you with the executive summary of our social impact evaluation of the four pilot projects of our Community Inspiration Program (CIP). From this report you will learn how our CIP artists and communities – empowered by creative vision, energy, and commitment – carried out these outstanding projects.
The work is intended to be thought provoking and educational, and to encourage indigenous perspectives, intercultural appreciation, and diverse approaches. It is meant to address cultural equity in our society by supporting artists and communities to bring their collective wisdom and knowledge to bear on some challenging concerns of this century.
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Our First Five Years
Report on the work of the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation from 2009 to 2013.
Strengthening the Bones
Report issued in 2012 on the first national gathering of Native arts and cultures stakeholders convened by the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation in 2011.