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IMPACT: Imagining Together

The Distinct Power of Arts to Transform Conflict

Strategic Priorities and Plans

Values and Discourse Principles

Learning Exchanges

Background

People

Partners

Get Involved

News

Listen: Think Tank Discussion on the Emerging ACCT Field
Hosted by the International Teaching Artist Conference (ITAC)

 


New Report- "Imagine IMPACT: An emerging strategy to strengthen the arts, culture, and conflict transformation ecosystem"

impact report

 

New Partner: International Community Arts Festival (ICAF)
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Questions or ideas? Please contact IMPACT’s Project Manager Armine Avetisyan: impact@brandeis.edu.

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Youth Opportunity: Peace Summit of Emerging Leaders
Organized by Humanitarian Affairs Asia
February 5 to 7, 2020
Bankok, Thailand
Apply by: December 30
HAPS

Get Involved

Whether you are an artist, cultural worker, conflict transformation practitioner, scholar, arts educator, funder, policymaker, diplomat, activist or are doing related work, we invite you to explore how you could benefit from connecting to IMPACT and what you could offer to such a platform.
  • Explore the Imagine IMPACT | Full Report: bit.ly/ImagineIMPACTfull and share with your circles
  • Join an upcoming virtual learning exchange
  • Find updates and resources in the Peacebuilding and the Arts Now e-newsletter
  • Contribute to and invest in IMPACT's emerging platform by contacting IMPACT@brandeis.edu
  • Listen to the July 2019 Think Tank discussion hosted by the International Teaching Artist Conference (ITAC) on the emerging field of Art, Culture and Conflict Transformation” (ACCT). IMPACT colleagues Cynthia Cohen, Mary Ann Hunter from Tasmania, and Carmen Olaechea from Argentina explored the emerging field of ACCT and intersections of education, arts and peacebuilding.