FORWARD: Issue #3: Community Safety
Table of Contents
From the Guest Editor
A Will to Reimagine Community Safety
FORWARD's second Guest Editor is cultural organizer and creative consultant Mallory Rukhsana Nezam. Mallory is FORWARD's recurring Curator of Partnerships & Programming, and is also Forecast's Communications Strategist.
Art & Soul
How artists can help us reimagine community safety
By Andrea Jenkins
When the Whole Person Is Welcomed
The arts can be a powerful means of calling attention to injustice and to the need for inclusion and safety By André de Quadros
How artists are already addressing community safety challenges
A creative dream job description and resources connecting public art and community safety
Public Art Now
Leading voices sharing public art of the moment.
Guest curated by Amina Cooper
Publisher Theresa Sweetland
Project Manager Jen Dolen
Guest Editor Mallory Rukhsana Nezam
Public Art Now Guest Curator Amina Cooper
Contributing Editor Jon Spayde
Copy Editor Loma Huh
Writer Geraldine Slevin
Curator of Partnerships & Programming Mallory Rukhsana Nezam
Forecast Consulting Advisor Jen Krava
Advisor / Consulting Editor Karen Olson
Layout Manuel Miranda
Accounting Shauna Dee
Image: Talk To Me, by Jasmeen Patheja, takes place in an area of Bangalore where people feel sexually threatened. The project invites members of the public to have conversations about anything except sexual violence. Photo by Jasmeen Patheja, faciltator, Action Hero, and Vishaka Jindal, Yelahanka Action Hero.
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FORWARD: Issue #3
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