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Cornish Citizen Artist Initiative  

Providing a forum that encourages the diverse Cornish community to investigate, question, critique and give voice to their artistic passion by nurturing awareness of the importance of civic engagement in the performing and visual arts.
Last Updated: Sep 22, 2014 URL: http://libguides.cornish.edu/CCAI Print Guide RSS Updates

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Join us!

CCAI regularly participates with other campus committees and councils in order to enrich the perspectives offered in yearly activities. 

CCAI has partnered with the Cornish Student Leadership Council (CSLC), the Healthy Artist Initiative (HAI), and Cornish's Diversity Steering Committee. 

If you have an idea for a project or activity please E-mail Hollis Near, Director of Library Services, and it will be forwarded to the CCAI committee.

 

What is CCAI?

Mission Statement

The mission of the Cornish Citizen Artist Initiative (CCAI) is to provide a forum that encourages the diverse Cornish community to investigate, question, critique and give voice to their artistic passion by nurturing awareness of the importance of civic engagement in the performing and visual arts.  

CCAI supports the College’s ongoing mission to nurture creativity and intellectual curiosity while preparing students to contribute to society as artists, citizens, and innovators thru a series of annual events that engage the Cornish community in an ongoing dialogue about the importance and relevance of art in society.

 

What do we do?

Core Events

The annual events follow the model of the The September Project, a national grassroots organization that encourages events about freedom during the month of September.  Cornish Citizen Artist Initiative events touch on the following:

Additional Events and Activities include:

  • Prominently located Bulletin Board Forum
  • Film screenings through the “Reel Issues” Series / Wellness & Educational Programming
  • Salon Readings
  • Cabaret / Open-Mike events
  • Lecture / Discussions
  • Others as devised
  • College Civics Week (April)
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