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WHAT

            

WHAT

Our not-for-profit, ArtDialogue, supports the programs and farm at ArtMill, fostering creativity in the individual and to that end, sustainability of the planet. In this physically compelling site in Central Europe, we bring people together interested in creativity and social change, thus expanding the possibilities to influence alternatives exponentially. ArtMill is about civil society as much as art, because in developing our intuitive as well as analytically oriented brains, we are nurturing problem solving techniques needed in the 21st century.

 

From our summer camp for children, to international outreach in hazardous chemicals and wastes with the United Nations Safe Planet Campaign, we seek to work locally, nationally, and globally. Bohemian Workshops, first established as a Summer Study Abroad program with NYU in 2009, is now an annual program attracting university level students from around the world. ArtDialogue also supports Galerie Califia, located in our nearby town, as well as an Artist-in-Residence program, including local as well as international artists across generational and gender boundaries. We thus promote non-hierarchal exhibition practices, and teach "process" over "product".  Beginning in 2012, we have a permanent presence in California, working on the S.S. Palo Alto ArtPark project in the beautiful Monterey Bay. As part of the newly opened Center for Social Practice Arts Research Center at the University of California, Santa Cruz, ArtDialogue is bringing in the Safe Planet Campaign and dozens of marine labs, ocean advocates and non-profits to create an umbrella educational and ocean-activist platform via the arts.

 

The overriding goal of all our efforts is to empower and harness the human creative potential wherever we go. The planet's resources may be finite but human potential is infinite.

we work with

SAFE PLANET   UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA   CENTER FOR ART AS MK ČR PLZEŇSKÝ KRAJ  MĚSTO HORAŽĎOVICE MUZEUM HORAZDOVICE ROSA COMPUTERS    Youth in Action       Youth in Action       Mālama Hawaii       RECFAM

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