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Making Exact Change
How U.S. arts-based programs have made a significant and sustained impact on their communities
A Report from the Community Arts Network

Published by Art in the Public Interest, November 2005

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Table of Contents

Part One: Introduction

Part Two: Case Studies

GRACE (Grass Roots Art and Community Effort)
Isangmahal Arts Kollective
Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild
Mural Arts Program
Northern Lakes Center for the Arts
Swamp Gravy
Village of Arts and Humanities
Wing Luke Asian Museum
Zuni-Appalachian Exchange and Collaboration

Part Three: Findings

Part Four: Recommendations

Appendix A: Request for Study Subjects

Appendix B: Questions for Study Sites

Project Personnel


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