Curriculum Project Topics


About the Project

Project Principals

Project Survey

Glossary of Key Terms

Project Report

The Call
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Important Dates
Hear and discuss Curriculum Project findings at Imagining America’s October 2-4, 2008 conference in Los Angeles hosted by University of Southern California's Center for Diversity and Democracy.

Thank you to those who participated in The Curriculum Project: Pre-Convening Session on Sunday, March 16 from 3:30-5:30 pm at National Community Arts Convening & Research Project at Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD, March 16-18, 2008.

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The Curriculum Project

The Curriculum Project

The Curriculum Project was conceived by veteran community arts educators and activists as a way of involving people in the community cultural development field in taking stock at this important moment of growth: how are we educating community arts practitioners? How could training in this field be deepened, strengthened, made more effective? What is needed to effectively embody the field’s commitments to scholarship, training, and community engagement? What is needed to support those doing good work and assist those who want to develop new, excellent educational programs in community cultural development?

The project’s first phase, now underway, focuses on research: compiling educational materials such as syllabi and course descriptions, gathering stakeholders’ assessment of the current situation, and engaging people in thinking about the best approaches to community cultural development education through interviews and online surveys. Findings will be shared with the widest possible group of interested educators, artists, organizers, students and recent alumni, funders and other friends of the field, expanding the conversation. The final report on this phase of the Project, to be released in early October, will inaugurate an implementation phase, where all who care about community and culture can take part in dialogues, exchange information and together, find the help we need to take this work to every community.