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Strong Coalitions: Building on Common Interests Find out about community-wide collaborations that bring all sectors of the public and private community together. Learn techniques that really work for sharing resources, managing information, developing human capital and facilitating community empowerment. Identify ways to reconcile conflict, create win-win collaborative relationships and develop comprehensive strategies for soliciting partnership…Read More
Young People as Leaders of Community Change Young people CAN lead! This workshop is intended for both, young people and adults working with youth. We’ll hear from young people about how they are effecting change their communities, and getting young people mobilized to address issues that impact them. You will learn what inspires young adults…Read More
Understanding Community Assets and Neighborhood Potential In this workshop will compare and contrast traditional community assessment and asset-based community assessment. Through hands-on exercises we’ll experience our tendency to focus on problem-solving, and identify tools and techniques to move away from understanding deficiencies to focus on strengths. We’ll work on understanding the one indispensable element of…Read More
On the Fence is a temporary public art project designed to reveal the potential of Main Street, an area at the center of urban revitalization currently obscured by chain link fences in the Southside district of downtown Chattanooga. To complement renewal efforts, local artists, graphic designers, architects, schools, and individuals were invited to submit designs…Read More
Mid-South Sculpture Alliance Outdoor Exhibition was produced by Mid-South Sculpture Alliance (MSA) in cooperation with Public Art Chattanooga, the City of Chattanooga and Hamilton County as part of the twentieth anniversary of the Tennessee Riverpark. The show features 20 works by members of MSA and the Chicago Sculpture Alliance and was made possible by the…Read More