Art, Social Change & Young Women Bloggers

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During the week the young women in the program from Armenia , Azerbaijan and Georgia wrote their own posts answering the question, we commented on their posts and they commented on each other's posts. While writing my mentor post last Sunday I got to thinking about how artists use art for social change and accumulated a bunch of links for related projects, programs and organizations that I thought I'd share: Change Me: The Power of Imagery to Create Change.

I'm a mentor for the Young Caucasus Women's Project!

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I'm mentor for a blog project for young women from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia entitled YoungCaucasusWomen. We've both worked in the arts. So, when Katy Pearce asked for people to pair up and for topics, we came up with an arts-related question. Here's the project description from the site: Recruited from current FLEX.


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