We offer training for artists, activists, and organizations on theory, methods and skills for maximizing their impact. In 2021 alone we’ve trained hundreds of activists, artists, and investigative journalists in the Western Balkans and West Africa, and democracy advocates across the United States, and public health advocates around the world.
We provide advising for groups and organizations on strategic, creative methods for activism, grant making, and assessment. 2021 advising partners include; Greenpeace, A Blade of Grass, Art Against Ageism, Recess Art, and Open Society Foundations.
We conduct and share research on the practice and impact of artistic activism.
We give away podcasts, videos, webinars, guides and other online training resources you can access now..
Our book The Art of Activism: Your All Purpose Guide to Making the Impossible Possible published by O/R Press.
Revolutionizing Activism – our online discussion series covering innovative ideas in artistic activism from around the globe
What we do
We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your donation helps support artistic activism worldwide.
How Artists and Advocacy Groups Can Work Together to Supercharge Civic Engagement in 2024 Join us on March 18 from 12-1 pm ET We all know how important this year is for engaging voters. But with so many potential voters feeling apathetic and burned out on politics, how can we overcome all the harsh vibes?…
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Development Consultant The Center for Artistic Activism is looking for a Development Consultant contractor. The work will be remote and part-time (average of 20 hours per month, with potentially more time leading up to annual appeals). The hourly rate for this contract will be between $45.00 – $53.00, depending on experience level. About Us: The…
We loved talking with the brilliant Douglas Rushkoff, one of the smartest and most curious thinkers about social change, technology, revolution, and culture. In this episode, Rushkoff — who is an Advisory Board Member of the Center — asks the best questions about how and why artistic activism works. We highly recommend his Team Human…
Program Assistant C4AA is seeking a Program Assistant to help the organization support artistic activism the world over. This is a temporary staff position until December 31, 2024, open to anyone authorized to work in the U.S. at 30-40 hours per week, working remotely (preferably in the NY, FL, and MD areas) on a flexible…