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As this challenging year comes to a close, Forecast is reflecting on our opens in a new windowmission and the purpose of our work. Throughout 2020, we consistently opens in a new windowinnovated to continue doing what we do best — providing caring, experienced support to artists, institutions and communities who seek to bring hope, healing, joy and much more to public spaces across the country.
We want to keep innovating to disrupt the status quo through equitable public art and creative community engagement, and need your help to make that happen. With your support we will:
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opens in a new windowReimagine Public Art in the U.S. At Forecast, we believe in a future where all people feel a sense of belonging, realize their potential and live healthy lives by embracing culture and creativity as drivers of equitable change. Perhaps you believe in that future too. If you do, opens in a new windowplease donate today.
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more just world through arts in public life. opens in a new windowMAKE A GIFT Image: A dancer participates in Marcus Young’s Forecast grant supported project, Don’t You Feel It Too? Photo
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CONVERSATION ON HOW ARTISTS CAN ADDRESS PUBLIC HEALTH CHALLENGES
Elizabeth Hamby and Miguel Angel Vazquez joined esteemed author and social psychiatrist Dr. Mindy Fullilove in a dynamic roundtable about the importance of the work around arts, culture, racial justice, and public health. Facilitated by Mallory Rukhsana Nezam.
opens in a new windowWATCH FORECAST CREATED BROOKLYN CENTER’S NEW COMMUNITY-FOCUSED PUBLIC ART PLAN
To understand what residents want out of a public art program, the City of Brooklyn Center hired Forecast to make a plan that focused on community engagement. Like all plans Forecast creates, the result is actionable and tailored to the City and its residents.
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opens in a new windowROUND 2—ARTS & TRANSPORTATION RAPID RESPONSE
Transportation for America has put out a call for a second round of transportation agencies to partner with artists to address COVID-related challenges and longstanding inequities in transportation. As with the first round, Forecast will continue facilitating the pairing of artists with selected agencies.
Want to learn more about the first round?
opens in a new windowRead about the projects and watch a webinar Smart Growth America held with Forecast.
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