Part of our mission at the Center for Artistic Activism is serving our community, providing free resources to artists and activists who are using their creativity to make the world a better place.  Feel free to use and share as all our material is Creative Commons licensed.

Looking to get started?

For the basics of artistic activism check out our Fundamentals webinars, free online training courses teaching the fundamentals of artistic activism, or listen to our Creative Resistance Podcast Mini-series.

Looking for inspiration and tips from experienced artistic activists?

Read over our interviews with artistic activists about what works, or watch our featured guest webinars.

Looking for examples of creative activist projects from around the world?

Browse Actipedia, our open-access, user-generated database of creative activism.

Looking for inspiration from odd places?  Listen to our Pop Culture Salvage Expeditions podcast. It’s a series of explorations of pop culture that help us as artistic activists.

Looking for training to help you or your group get better at artistic activism? Check out our exercises & curriculum. These are lessons from our workshops that you can try yourself.

Looking to better understand why artistic activism matters and how it works? Study our research reports and experiments on making the practice more impactful. Read our publications where we’ve put our ideas on artistic activism into print. And browse works by others that have inspired in our Reading List and ArtActCat.

For more help, browse our Training, Advising, and Research.

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Featured Resources

Publications of the Center for Artistic Activism
Publication: Why Artistic Activism
Zumba
Deep Research into the World of Zumba
Creative Resistance Podcast
Creative Resistance Podcast
“Let’s Step it Up” Workshop Handout
How to Win Webinars: #8 Change Minds
How to Win Webinar
Artist Interviews from our Archives
Curriculum: The Superhero Exercise
The Center for Artistic Activism’s Steve Lambert on Al Jazeera