Below is a list of websites we hope you will find helpful. If you would like us to add others, please feel free to submit them for consideration. We will continue to expand this list.
Please note that none of the following sites are affiliated with or maintained by RAC. RAC is not responsible for their content.
ArtPlace is a collaboration of ten leading national and regional foundations, eight federal agencies and six of the nation’s largest banks to accelerate creative placemaking across the U.S.
The CAN project, which was active from July 1999 through April 2010, promoted information exchange, research, and critical dialogue within the field of community-based arts, that is, art made as a voice and a force within a specific community of place, spirit or tradition. “Reading room” continues to be a valuable resource. The CAN archived pages are still available courtesy of Indiana University.
Based on local and national best practices for equity and inclusion work–and some promising applications in the local arts community–RACC has developed six building blocks to help organizations foster equitable access to the arts by increasing the participation of and engagement with diverse audiences.
CSA&C has over thirty years experience building arts partnerships in educational, community and social institutions. We have provided expert guidance for developing artistic, educational, funding, community development collaborations with over 250 partners from the arts and other community sectors.
Springboard for the Arts is an economic and community development organization for artists and by artists. Springboard for the Arts’ mission is to cultivate vibrant communities by connecting artists with the skills, information, and services they need to make a living and a life.
We help communities heal and recover more quickly, and become more resilient through creative placemaking. We connect, inform, inspire and support the people who want to strengthen communities with local arts, artists, cultural activities and cultural bearers. We advise civic and cultural leaders working to support healthy, equitable, sustainable, and inclusive communities.
The St. Louis Arts Chamber of Commerce is a membership-based collaborative of artists and patrons who are committed to establishing the greater St. Louis region as a premier arts destination. An advocate for all genres and mediums of the arts, The St. Louis Arts Chamber of Commerce aims to build a strong network of individuals and organizations with a shared interest in promoting and supporting: professional growth, artistic expression and community engagement.