Art, Social Change & You:

Best Practices and Resources to bring creativity into your organization.

Tuesday, May 28th at 3 ET / 12 PT Approx 45 Minutes

Cost: This is a special free training open to all but RSVP before spots fill up!

 

Description:

From Shepard Fairey’s “HOPE” poster for the Obama campaign, to Donald Trump’s red MAGA hat, art & graphic design are one of, if not the most, powerful fuel for social change. And yet, all too often movement groups see art as extracurricular, as less than core to the mission, and rarely invest the time & energy in structuring creativity into their work. This session will feature best practices, tips, and tricks, from the Co-founders of Creative Action Network, on how you can win with art.

Key takeaway:

A planning worksheet to bring art into your org, and access to CAN’s library of social impact art.

Aaron Perry-Zucker

Aaron Perry-Zucker

Co-Founder, Creative Director

Aaron is a designer, entrepreneur and community organizer with a B.F.A in Graphic Design from the Rhode Island School of Design. Before co-founding Creative Action Network in 2013 he co-founded Big New Ideas, a bi-coastal design firm that served non-profit, startup and corporate clients like Timbuk2, Nike Foundation, and Upworthy from 2009 through 2012. He was recognized as a part of the GOOD100 in 2013.
Max Slavkin

Max Slavkin

Co-Founder & CEO

Max has a B.A. in Political Science with a minor in Jazz Studies from the University of Southern California. He believes deeply in the power of art to affect social change, and works with our non-profit and retail partners to expand the reach and impact of our artists’ work. He’s a proud alumnus of the Coro Fellows Program In Public Affairs, and is doing his best to be the change.

Audiences:

 

Leadership

Art and creative design should be front and center for all organizations. As a leader, you’ll get insights into how your organization can better leverage art as strategy and connection. 

Digital Staff

For digital, communications staff, and any working on issue campaigns you’ll get insights into how you can better bring art and design into your work. 

Activists

Art and creative centered work is powerful for all organizations and projects. 

Agenda:

  • Intro
  • Problem
  • Success
  • Case studies of successful CAN campaign
  • Highlight process points that make it work
  • Planning worksheet
  • How to access CAN art
  • Wrap Up
  • Q&A

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