6 edition of Entering Cultural Communities found in the catalog.
Entering Cultural Communities
February 28, 2008 by Rutgers University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Diane Grams (Editor), Betty Farrell (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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Entering Cultural Communities: Diversity and Change in the Nonprofit Arts (Public Life of the Arts) Paperback – Ma Author: Diane Grams. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Entering Cultural Communities: Diversity and Change in the Nonprofit Arts by Morris Fred at Barnes & Noble.
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They strive to attract a more racially and ethnically diverse group of people, those from a broader range of economic backgrounds, new immigrants, families, and chapters Entering Cultural Communities book this book draw on.
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communities provide organizations with opportunities to mine the cul-tural, human, and fi nancial resources found within the networks of these interactions. Th e challenge is to recognize that there are diff erent kinds and meanings of participation and that they need to be understood and addressed in diff erent by: 6.
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Cultural plans act as mirrors for a community—they are, ideally, a reflection of the community’s culture that they serve. Many communities are engaged in cultural planning to help address the needs and opportunities of the community members by assessing and utilizing the cultural resources available.
In a fully international context, cultural heritage practitioners, community champions and academics from different fields of study have contributed to this book.
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