Arlene Goldbard is a writer, social activist, and consultant who works for justice, compassion and honor in every sphere, from the interpersonal to the transnational. In this video, she discusses ways that art is commonly “framed” or conceptualized. It is an excerpt from her workshop, “Reframing the Role of the Arts,” which she led at the Crossroads Convening on March 26, 2010. For more information, please visit .

The Community Arts Training Institute (CAT) and the Regional Arts Commission (RAC) hosted the inaugural “At the Crossroads: A Community Arts & Development Convening” from March 25 – 27, 2010 in St. Louis.
Over 150 practitioners and their partners in arts based community development programs and collaborations convened for hands-on workshops, panels, presentations and provocative thinking. For more information, visit .

At the Crossroads was funded by a grant from The Nathan Cummings Foundation and with support from the Whitaker Foundation, National City-Now part of PNC, and Incarnate Word Foundation.

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