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        Social Practice Art: Engaging Community Through Art | KQED Arts

        Social-practice art can look like just about anything: journalism, community organizing, even a shop. The goal is to create social change by staging actions that engage people and make them think--and talk. “For me,” says social-practice artist and professor Stephanie Syjuco, “the best social practice projects actually try to attract people to join a conversation.”

        Two artists, Chris Treggiari and Chris Johnson, recently went into the streets of Oakland to record conversations and make art.

        Reframed: Artists Seeking Social Change Bring the Public into the Picture

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