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    Taxonomy Code: TA-9000.7100

    Programs that purchase, commission or exhibit art that is shown in public spaces.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Imagine NationsAn arts camp for children ages 8-12 to be offered throughout the year. Imagine Nations provides a hands-on learning experience giving participants the opportunity to create something as they learn about the world around them. The explores gain an understanding of the similarities and differences of other cultures to their own, art customs, music and language. They create their own journals and art pieces which they share with each other and their families.DauphinJump StreetJump Street
    Jump StreetArts Infusion: Build and maintain artist residencies within isolated popluations. Arts Education: Coordinate and provide arts education programs. Arts & Lifestyles: Promoting healthy lifestyles through artistic epxression. Assist Artists & Art organizations: Provide consultation in organizational mangagment, grant opportunities, business development and new technologies responding to the needs of artists and art organizationsDauphinJump StreetJump Street
    NutracThis program combines nutrition, art, and activity to educate and motivate today's youth to become more active, eat healthier and most importantly live a life to integrity adn respect for themselves and each other.DauphinJump StreetJump Street
    Paintin' LivelyA community based program where people ages 14-19 are paired with a professional artist to build self-esteem as they utilize innate and learned artisitc skills to refurbish furniture for sale. Students are encouraged to explore their own creativity adn trust their judgement as they paln and execute their designs. Completed pieces are then put up for sale through local businesses, with the profits going back to the student.DauphinJump StreetJump Street
    Peace WallPeace Wall is a gateway between universes; analog and digital, virtual and real, local and worldwide. Come to a Peace Wall, express yourself and affect others. It's easy, it's fulfilling and it's fun. Anyone can visit any Pease Wall at any time and paint it. The walls are monitored and maintained. Once a wall is filled to the brim, it will be whitewashed to be filled again, and again. The images you make on teh Peace Wall will be digitally captured and uploaded to DauphinJump StreetJump Street

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