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Deeper in the Community Process

 

Untitled. By Artist Shea Dailey. Mixed media, 2016.

 
“It takes a lot of faith in that CAC [Community Advisory Committee] to allow them to make those kind of decisions. And it’s going to be public, right? It’s part of their [The Wing’s] public face. So it’s pretty amazing that they encourage it even. I was going to say that they allow it to happen, but it’s not that they allow it to happen, they encourage it.” – LeiLani Nishime, The Wing Community Advisory Committee member, #iconic: Power and Pop Cultureexhibit, 2013-2014

GO DEEPER INTO THE WING’S COMMUNITY PROCESS

Become a Member of The Wing to Go Deeper into our Community Process with access to:

· Extended principles guiding our work

· Over 30 project examples

· Approaches to sustained social empowerment through our capital campaign and capacity building work

Go deeper into these web pages if…

· You’re a Member of The Wing wanting to deepen your connection to your Museum all the more

· You’re a Community Member currently volunteering on one of The Wing’s Community Advisory Committees and wanting to hone your practice at The Wing

· You’re with another Community Organization looking for tangible examples to learn from to build and grow

· You’re an Artist, Curator, Arts Professional, or with an Arts, Culture, Heritage Organization immersed in community and seeking inspiration and guidance to push forward

· You’re part of a School or Educational Institution embarking on an initiative to build authentic relationships within your community

· You’re a Grantmaker deepening your understanding of how arts, culture and heritage impact lives

· You’re working in the Public Sector looking for ways to transform your work through a race and social equity lens

Just looking for an overview? Start here to learn more about the Story behind the Stories.


 

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