Making time for the things we want to do--creating space for memories and connections—can often feel challenging. But researchers are finding that if we think about time differently, we may find we have more of it.
Out of the Box Opera is back — taking this classical art form to unconventional places and bringing divas together to belt their operatic best in the boxing ring.
How the barn quilt became the largest grassroots public art movement in America.
Eat healthy, exercise, and…express yourself creatively? If a new initiative in Montreal proves successful, a prescription for art may become a new standard medical practice.
New data reinforces our findings: without relevant and values-aligned experiences, millennials won’t automatically “age into” arts and cultural organizations.
NBC’s recent reality show stitches creativity and connection into a sweet and joyful celebration of crafts.
Did you join us at one of four workshops across Michigan this fall? Here are some tools and resources to keep the conversation about public values, connection, and creative expression going in your organization.
A town in the U.K. is finding evidence that intentional efforts to build community and connection can be more potent than medicine in keeping you well.
Arts projects at a Minneapolis clinic created a natural connection between people who might not otherwise interact. The projects transformed the community clinic into a community hub: a home for creativity, collaboration, social connection, and joy.
Residents of Grand Rapids collaborated recently to transform the physical spaces that connect them. In the process, they also discovered their own voices and their power to create the vibrant community reflective of their unique diversity.
An interview with Vice President Suzanne Weeldreyer
How gardening is good for your health and why the creative sector should care.