Posts Tagged “Social Action”

Best of Papers – 8th International Conference of Museums for Peace

Seth Frankel’s paper Sierra Leone Peace Museum: A Remembrance of Violence, Peace and Rebuilding was recently published as a Best Conference Papers by the No Gun Ri International Peace Foundation in South Korea. Studio Tectonic is pleased to have been able to participate and been recognized for its work about this important museum. Click HERE to […]

NEWS: Grant Awarded – Sites of Conscience Project Support Fund

In collaboration with the Special Court for Sierra Leone, Studio Tectonic’s work is being supported by a 2013 Project Support Fund grant through the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience. This grant is for in-country planning of the national Peace Museum to serve as a living commemoration, archive, and memorial in this West African nation’s […]

Open For Design – Denver Art Museum Community Challenge

Denver Art Museum invited its community to exhibit self-made creations in the museum’s first-ever show made entirely of visitor works. I couldn’t resist. The museum’s challenge – Transform an everyday object or material into something that makes your neighborhood a better place. Make it fit within a 2′ x 2′ x 2′ space. 3D or […]

AAM 2012 – Minneapolis, Day 3, Tuesday (Measuring Complex Behavioral Change)

Day three session highlight was on summative evaluation methodologies undertaken by the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience. The ICSC is a US-based group that is a worldwide network of “Sites of Conscience” – historic sites specifically dedicated to remembering past struggles for justice and addressing their contemporary legacies. A full description of their work can be […]