C3 Community Projects

The Center for Creative Connections (C3) promotes conversation and community by collaborating with artists and institutions to develop and produce art installations and experiences for and about the community. The result of the collaboration is a mutual understanding of each other's creative process—everyone learns something new.

Submit Your Photos
December 2015–February 2016

This winter, the Dallas Museum of Art will present the largest survey of Jackson Pollock’s black paintings ever assembled in the exhibition Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots. Be inspired by these exceptional works of art and share your photographs dominated by the color black. Join our Flickr Group DMA Paint It Black and submit your photographs to have your images displayed at the Center for Creative Connections #DMAdigitalspot.
Click here for more information. 

 

Translating Culture II . . . Community Voices at the DMA
October 2014–May 2015

In its second iteration, Translating Culture II . . . Community Voices at the DMA continues the collaboration between the DMA and MAP – Make Art with Purpose.  C3 staff and Janeil Engelstad, founder of MAP, partnered with Architecture Cluster students from Skyline High School and their teacher Peter Goldstein to create a  new suite of smartphone tour resources, including audio recordings, videos, and original drawings; all audio and text are provided in Spanish and English. Projects can be viewed on DMA.mobi.  Download the self-guide in Spanish or English before your next visit to the DMA. 
Spanish self-guide - TranslatingCultureSpanII_TC2S.pdf
English self-guide - TranslatingCulture_II_TC2.pdf
 

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