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A Scavenger Hunt for a Healthy Arts Community.

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CHARLES CHIP MC NEAL
chip106@aol.com
October 2011

Lesley University
Creative Arts in Learning
EARTS 6101 Art and Culture in Community

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  1. 1. A Scavenger Hunt for a Healthy Arts Community<br />By<br />CHARLES CHIP MC NEAL<br />chip106@aol.com<br />October 2011<br />Lesley University<br />Creative Arts in Learning<br />EARTS 6101 Art and Culture in Community<br />Professor Vivian Poey, M.F.A <br />
  2. 2. A Public Art Piece<br />A statue found in a community Square<br />
  3. 3. The Metal Woman<br />Public Art Piece in Hayes Valley Neighborhood (San Francisco)<br />
  4. 4. A Children’s Art Piece<br />Wall art found on the façade of an elementary school<br />
  5. 5. Tenderloin Community School<br />A mural created by children at Tenderloin Community School in San Francisco under the leadership of artist Martha HeavenstonNojima, inspired by a poem by Daisaku Ikeda about multicultural America <br />
  6. 6. Tenderloin Community School<br />Student Created Mural Adorning Lower Building Facade<br />
  7. 7. "I am convinced that the development of a culture of human rights throughout the world is one of the most important contributions that can be made to future generations. The foundation for this culture is enshrined in the principles of the Universal Declaration. A culture of human rights would result in a profound change in how individuals, communities, states and the international community view relationships in all matters. Such a culture would make human rights as much a part of the lives of individuals as are language, customs, the arts, faith and ties to place. In this culture, human rights would not be seen as the job of 'someone else,' but the obligation and duty of all." 
<br />(José Ayala Lasso, the first United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights)<br />(Inspiration for Community Mural)<br />
  8. 8. A Community Art Gallery<br />A Gallery for and about local artists<br />
  9. 9. Fifty24SF Gallery<br />Stranger<br />by<br />Rene Almanza<br />
  10. 10. stranger<br />n. One who is strange, a foreigner, alien; one who does not belong to or is kept from the activities of a group<br />
  11. 11. Fifty24SF Gallery<br />
  12. 12. Education Program at local arts institution<br />San Francisco Ballet Center for Dance Education Programs<br />
  13. 13. Center for Dance Education<br />Outreach & Education Programs<br />Resources for Teachers<br />Resources for Families<br />Dance in Schools and Communities<br />Community Matinees<br />Dance Camp<br />Performance Project<br />Adult Education<br />Staff<br />San Francisco Ballet<br />
  14. 14. SF Ballet Dance Camp<br />Dance Camp<br />About the Community Circle Dance Camp<br />Community Circle Dance Camp (CCDC) is an exciting day-camp adventure that provides urban youth with a weeklong experience in dance, music, and visual art. CCDC is for boys and girls ages 7-14, and no previous dance experience is necessary. The staff of CCDC includes specially trained community-based teaching artists from throughout the Bay Area, and is augmented by collaborations with several community partners. The San Francisco Ballet Center for Dance Education believes in the power of positive regard and embraces the dancer in everyone.<br />
  15. 15. SF Ballet Outreach and Education<br />Over 25,000 people participate in our Community Programs annually, from school children, teachers, seniors, and Bay Area families to fellow artists, volunteers, hospitals, and the general public. Each year, San Francisco Ballet donates over 4,000 performance tickets to nonprofit organizations that serve many diverse Bay Area communities. We hope these programs provide introduction, enrichment, and opportunity for anyone to explore dance as a powerful and important cultural art form.<br />
  16. 16. San Francisco Ballet Center for Dance Education<br />4 Amazing Ballet Facts<br />A male dancer lifts over 1-1/2 tons worth of ballerinas during performances.<br />Most ballerinas wear out 2-3 pairs of pointe shoes per week.<br />One tutu costs up to $2,000 to make.<br />The same tutu requires 60-90 hours of labor and over 100 yards of ruffle.<br />Teacher Study Guides<br />Dance education begins with awareness of the body and its creative potential. But understanding dance also includes experiences in perceiving, responding, viewing, and thinking critically about dance. This includes introducing students to historical, cultural, folkloric, and traditional experiences. This can be both a personal and a social experience. Teacher Study Guides are meant to be a resource for classroom teachers, students, and others to further explore dance.<br />Dance is an art that uses non-verbal movement in an extraordinary way to create form, order, or a statement. Learning about dance can mean exploring different societies and periods of history and recognizing and respecting dance contributions from various cultures.<br />
  17. 17. Interviews About Art in Community<br />Interviews with friends and colleagues<br />
  18. 18. “Art is Necessary”<br />“The art in our communities of the Bay Area is pretty special. We have such an amazing variety cultures here”. There is always something pretty amazing to see all around you”.<br />Peter, Visual Artist<br />“People need art. They need experiences that connect them with their heart. Art Nurtures us”.<br />Dina, Arts Administrator<br />“Art Nurtures Us”<br />“I think is art is necessary for a healthy community. It shows our beauty. It makes us human”.<br />Claire, Dance Teacher<br />“I love art in our community. It adds spice to the day. It shows off the beauty of all the cultures present. Communities that don’t celebrate art are soulless”.<br />Micah, Community Health Worker<br />
  19. 19. places where Free public performances happen<br />San Francisco Civic Center Plaza<br />&<br />United Nations Plaza<br />
  20. 20. San Francisco Civic Center Plaza<br />
  21. 21. San Francisco United Nations plaza<br />
  22. 22. A Community Event that involves Art<br />San Francisco Union Street Arts Festival<br />
  23. 23. San Francisco Union Street Festival<br />
  24. 24. Fine Arts & Crafts<br />
  25. 25. A place where dance happens<br />San Francisco Ballet School<br />And <br />The San Francisco War Memorial Opera House<br />
  26. 26. San Francisco Ballet School<br />The Dance Studio<br />The Ballet Building<br />
  27. 27. The San Francisco War Memorial Opera House<br />Home of the San Francisco Ballet<br />And<br />The San Francisco Opera<br />
  28. 28. A place where art and history collide<br />San Francisco Museum of Performance & Design<br />
  29. 29. MUSEUM OF PERFORMANCE & DESIGN <br />The Museum of Performance & Design Performing Arts Library is dedicated to collecting, preserving and making available to the public materials documenting a broad spectrum of the live performing arts and theatrical design.<br />VETERANS BLDG. | 401 VAN NESS AVE. SUITE 402 | SAN FRANCISCO | CA | 94102 | 415-255-4800<br />MPD is a Performing Arts Library which maintains catalogs, archives, reference collections, exhibits and educational offerings for local arts organizations. They have a reference collection, a theatrical collection and other special collections including and online archives. <br />
  30. 30. Designing Wagner's Ring Cycle<br />The Museum of Performance & Design is the first museum in the country dedicated exclusively to the performing arts and theatrical design. Founded more than sixty years ago by Russell Hartley -- a San Francisco Ballet dancer and costume designer -- the Museum’s mission is to educate people of all ages about the impact and value of the performing arts in their lives through exhibitions, programming, and research. In addition the Museum collects, preserves, and makes accessible performance and design materials that reflect our diverse culture.<br />
  31. 31. A place that could use art to improve conditions<br />San Francisco Market Street Corridor<br />
  32. 32. San Francisco Market Street Corridor <br />“Long time residents of San Francisco recognize the irony of “Market Street,” given that (in the lower blocks) the primary commerce consists of drugs and flesh. Recent attention to our blighted street makes us wonder if finally, Market can rival the grand avenues we see in so many cities around the world: a working artery that connects business with residents, commercial with community. Such a revival would clearly have great effect on San Francisco real estate values, especially those properties emerging in South of Market neighborhoods whose residents would regularly travel Market Street”.<br />
  33. 33. Market Street <br />
  34. 34. A place that is giving youth a voice through art<br />San Francisco’s Young At Art Festival<br />
  35. 35. San Francisco Young At Art: A Festival of youth Art<br />The San Francisco Unified School District proudly unveils Young at Art; an 8 day celebration of student creativity in visual, literary, media and performing arts hosted by the world renowned de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park.  <br />For the past 25 years this unique San Francisco event, (formerly San FranciscoYouth Arts Festival), has been a point of destination for families, teachers, artists and community members from San Francisco and beyond. The promise of equity and access in arts education for all students K-12 during the curricular day, made real by the SFUSD's groundbreaking Arts Education Master Plan, finds its point of destination in Young at Art, where all who attend may see for themselves the inspiration and creativity inherent in all of our youngest San Franciscans!<br />
  36. 36. San Francisco Young At Art Festival<br />
  37. 37. A place that addresses cultural diversity through art<br />Mission Cultural Center<br />
  38. 38. San Francisco Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts<br />
  39. 39. The Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts<br />"The Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts (MCCLA) was established in 1977 by artists and community activists with a shared vision to promote, preserve and develop the Latino cultural arts that reflect the living tradition and experiences of the Chicano, Central and South American, and Caribbean people. MCCLA makes the arts accessible as an essential element to the community's development and well-being."<br />El Centro Cultural de la MisiónparalasArtes Latinas (MCCLA) fueestablecido en 1977 porartistas y activistas de la comunidad con unavisióncompartida de promover, preservar y desarrollarlasarteslatinasculturalesquereflejan la tradición de vida y experiencias de los chicanos, América Central y del Sur, y Pueblos del Caribe. MCCLA haceaccesible el arte como un elementoesencialpara el desarrollo de la comunidad y el bienestar.<br />
  40. 40. “Un taller humilde en el barrio de la Mission"<br />
  41. 41. San Francisco Mission Cultural Center Unaexperiencia cultural únicadesde 1977 <br />
  42. 42. Scavenger Hunt Sources<br /> <br />Lesley University<br />Creative Arts in Learning<br /> <br />Art and Culture in Community<br />EARTS 6101 <br />Professor Vivian Poey, M.F.A <br /> <br />Female Statue Images <br />YELP: Patricia's Green: Photos<br /> <br />Tenderloin Community School<br />Children’s Art Piece<br /> <br />Tenderloin School: Side Image<br />Tenderloin School side image<br /> <br />
  43. 43. Scavenger Hunt Sources<br />  <br />Fifty24SF Gallery (*On Hayes Street)<br />http://www.fifty24sf.com/home-2/<br /> <br />San Francisco Ballet Outreach and Education Programs<br />San Francisco Ballet Images<br /> <br />San Francisco Civic Center<br />Civic Center Images (The bridge and Tunnel Club)<br /> <br />San Francisco Union Street Festival<br />Free Art Festival<br /> <br />SF Ballet School Ballet Images<br />Ballet Dance Images<br /> <br />The San Francisco War Memorial Opera House<br />The Opera House<br /> <br /> <br />
  44. 44. Scavenger Hunt Sources<br /> <br />Museum of Performance and Design<br />The Dance History Museum<br /> <br /> <br />San Francisco Market Street Corridor<br />San Francisco Redevelopment Plan<br /> <br /> <br />Market Street Ashtray<br />Market Street Ashtray<br /> <br />San Francisco Young At Art Festival<br />Youth Arts Festival<br /> <br /> <br />Mission Cultural Center<br />San Francisco Mission Cultural Center<br />
  45. 45. The End<br />A presentation <br />by<br />CHARLES CHIP MC NEAL<br />chip106@aol.com<br />Poetry<br />Music<br />Visual Art<br />Community<br />Dance<br />Drama<br />

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