Welcome to the Allied Media Conference 2015! 
Friday, June 19 • 9:00am - 10:30am
The Art of Being An Active Listener & Learner

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This session will explore how the arts can be used to build resilient communities while addressing relevant neighborhood issues. We will learn about community responsive art projects and asset-based community mapping strategies. Through creative prompts, participants will walk away with tools to develop their own site-specific work.


Alison Kibbe

The Laundromat Project
Alison is a cultural organizer, producer, and multidisciplinary artist working at the intersections of social justice, community building, education and cross-cultural dialogue. She is interested in how the art and culture of the everyday leads us towards justice.

Yvette Ramirez

The Laundromat Project
Yvette Ramirez is a community organizer, multi-media artist and the program associate at The Laundromat Project. She is inspired by the arts as a social agent that can build and empower communities as well as bring about transformative justice and healing.

Friday June 19, 2015 9:00am - 10:30am EDT
State Hall: Room 213
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