Cultural Inventory Toolkit Available
December 20, 2010NASHVILLE, TN — The Tennessee Arts Commission's Community Arts Development Program recently held a series of Cultural Inventory Workshops across the state.
In connection with the workshops, a Cultural Inventory Toolkit was created. The toolkit explores the basic concept of collecting information about a community that will help build partnerships, grow cultural infrastructure, galvanize community identity, and promote local culture and heritage. Simply put, this toolkit will help community leaders understand that the arts and culture already exist in communities and that these resources can be used creatively to address existing challenges.
For more information on the Cultural Inventory Toolkit, contact Leigh Patton at 615-532-9796 or email email@example.com.