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One Nation One Project- a workshop from our site leaders about how to invest in partnership with civic, public sector, community health and arts and culture in order to create lasting impact on community health.

Clyde Valentin One Nation One Project

In places urban and rural, including Chicago , Honolulu , the Bronx, Utica, Mississippi, and Rhinelander, Wisconsin, city leaders, health clinics, and arts and culture organizations are focusing on root- level causes of systemic health issues , and the power of upstream impact investments for their community’s health and wellbeing. Water, mental health, and social cohesion are each place based areas of focus. Artists and artistic expression plays a central role in the innovative and holistic solutions in each of these rural and urban areas. One Nation One Project has invested with 18 such sites around the country. This workshop will offer participants a chance to learn what’s turned out to be transformative, and what the critical learning has been as well. We’ll talk about specific tools for collaboration , investment structures, and the critical roles of artists and of arts and culture organizations.

Track

Capital Flows for Impact: Dialogues Around the State of Impact Investment

Format

Workshop (Up to 3 Facilitators/Instructors)

Speakers

  • NameClyde Valentin
  • TitleCo-Artistic Director
  • OrganizationOne Nation One Project
  • NameCarleton Turner
  • TitleDirector/Lead Artist
  • OrganizationMississippi Center for Cultural Production
  • NameGeorgia Gempler
  • TitleProgram Manager, Health and Wellness
  • OrganizationNational League of Cities

Description

In places urban and rural, including Chicago , Honolulu , the Bronx, Utica, Mississippi, and Rhinelander, Wisconsin, city leaders, health clinics, and arts and culture organizations are focusing on root- level causes of systemic health issues , and the power of upstream impact investments for their community’s health and wellbeing. Water, mental health, and social cohesion are each place based areas of focus. Artists and artistic expression plays a central role in the innovative and holistic solutions in each of these rural and urban areas. One Nation One Project has invested with 18 such sites around the country. This workshop will offer participants a chance to learn what’s turned out to be transformative, and what the critical learning has been as well. We’ll talk about specific tools for collaboration , investment structures, and the critical roles of artists and of arts and culture organizations.

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