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Winter 2017 Newsletter

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We’re gearing up for a terrific 2017 and wanted to give you a preview of what’s to come in the hopes that you will be inspired to support our work. Our upcoming projects address basic human rights and the empowerment of boys and girls, urban stresses and the resilience of our cities, and the profound impact of our daily lives on our fellow creatures. Read our newsletter to learn how you can support this exciting programming.

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“Cricket Shelter” receives award from Architect Magazine

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Architect Magazine has selected “Cricket Shelter—Modular Edible Insect Farm” by Mitchell Joachim and Terreform ONE as its 2016 R&D winner! Cricket Shelter was commissioned by Art Works for Change for the exhibition “Survival Architecture and the Art of Resilience.”

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Winter 2015 Newsletter

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As we plan for an impactful 2016, we continue to ask ourselves, “How can art work for change?” We have a launched a wealth of new and dynamic projects and partnerships and experienced much growth as an organizaton. Read our newsletter to learn more.

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Art Alters the Atmosphere

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Marcia Tanner discusses how artists can change our perception, rearrange our ways of thinking and responding to the world and even transform our consciousness, spurring us to action.

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Calgary Hosts ‘Off the Beaten Path’

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Art Works for Change is pleased to announce the premiere of “Off the Beaten Path: Violence, Women and Art” in Canada. Touring internationally since 2009. “Off the Beaten Path” explores the many dimensions of gender-based violence as it relates to the individual, family, community, culture and politics. The exhibition will be on view at the Art Gallery of Calgary from January 11 – March 9, 2013.

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Violence against Women in India

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Together with the Ethnic Arts Foundation, Art Works for Change will be launching an online exhibition of the traditionally stylistic Mithila paintings, created by women living in northern India at the Nepal border. Many of their works tell the stories of their daily hardships, reflect cultural attitudes towards women, and continue the debate about the need for laws and reforms to protect the rights and safety of women.

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Beautiful “Nature’s Toolbox” Feature in Zygote Quarterly

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Art Works for Change is delighted that the “Nature’s Toolbox: Biodiversity, Art and Invention” exhibition has been featured in Zygote Quarterly, a bio-inspired online magazine.

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Pushing Boundaries

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The “Nature’s Toolbox” exhibition opens at The Field Museum in Chicago.

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National Academy of Sciences Features “Nature’s Toolbox”

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Images from “Nature’s Toolbox” are featured throughout the National Academy of Sciences Summer 2012 magazine, “Issues in Science and Technology.”

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Art at the Equator

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Art Works for Change travels to Bogota, Columbia to explore local venues and artists.

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Sister Fa makes a video for us

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Art Works for Change and Sister Fa, an Art Works for Change Ambassador for Change, celebrated International Day of Women with this terrific video.

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