How do the arts intersect with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)? What can you do to expand your case making abilities to appeal to development-oriented funders and partners in your area?
In March of 2020, Tricia Tunstall led a highly interactive session with members of the ITAC community. While the discussion sections are not featured in this archive, Tricia deftly presents the ways in which the SDGs can be viewed as an opportunity for case making in the arts.
The session showcased a forward-thinking approach to making a case for arts education and the arts by embracing a well-respected and impactful system.
Learn more about Tricia, her work, and the ways in which arts and culture are becoming agents and tools for change in community and international development below:
Tricia's Related Works:
Arts and Development Policy: This is by no means an exhaustive list of resources, but these are several of the organizations and frameworks which Tricia references during her session.
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