Join a Center for Artistic Activism Learning Lab – a place where powerful methods are shared, ideas bloom, and old friendships begin.

We’re now offering remote training supported by our tried-and-tested lessons, global team of some of the top practitioners in the world, and the Art of Activism book and workbook. The course is made up of six weekly meetings, very small class sizes, discussions, and exercises, as well as activities you can do on your own schedule throughout the week.

The Learning Labs are facilitated by an international team of Workshop Leaders. Designed to be conversational, fun, and dynamic, the weekly sessions are accessible, practical, and relevant to people at all levels of experience.


All are welcome to apply. Class sizes are limited, but sessions will be run throughout the year. Special consideration given to those working organizations supporting U.S. democracy. The application form is below.


JUNE 8th – JULY 13th
Wednesdays, 11 am to 1 pm ET
Application deadline:
May 27th, 11:59pm
Workshop Leaders:
Keyti and Rebecca Crawford Muñoz
Apply now!


Pay what you can, because the Center for Artistic Activism is a 501.3(c) non-profit education organization and we want to ensure ensure access for everyone! We’ll simply ask you to donate what you are able at the end of the course.


TRACY BROWN is an Independent Curator, Artivist (Artistic Activist) and Capacity Building Consultant. Tracy is a seasoned visual artist and community worker who was born in San Francisco and has worked in communities of color all over the world.

REBECCA CRAWFORD MUÑOZ is a writer, storyteller and facilitator who thrives most in the in-between spaces. Born with an insatiable curiosity and trained in public health, she’s worked around the world to flip power structures that hold communities back from social change.

SASHA IHNATOVICH has ten years of experience as a feminist educator, researcher and cultural worker. She has developed and led various film & media training programmes, courses and workshops for NGOs, activists, representatives of LGBTQI+, migrant and refugee communities and persons with disabilities.

KEYTI is based in Senegal. He is a trainer and mentor at the Center for Artistic Activism. Over the past three years, he has been a Lead Mentor on Regional Creative Hubs, a massive project to combat corruption through Art Action Academies in the West Balkans and West Africa.


Application for Labs 2, 3 or 4
Your email
Comfirm your email
(Nearest city is ok)
Outside of the weekly meetings, will you be able to commit a few hours to reading and exercises?