“There are painters who transform the sun to a yellow spot, but there are others who with the help of their art and their intelligence, transform a yellow spot into sun”
Inspiration – Arts for Humanity was founded in 2012 upon the belief that art can cultivate and serve as a catalyst for social change. It is an innovative socio-cultural creation based equally on the principles of artistic excellence, social activism and community engagement. Inspiration’s vision is deep-rooted in the border-crossing language of art and can promote peace, camaraderie and dialogue between nations.
Inspiration is a social art movement built on the foundations of artistic excellence, social activism, and community engagement. our vision expands from arts and deepens our capacity for growth, supports progress in conflict resolution, empowers individuals, and addresses social issues while providing new opportunities for expression dialogue. It is guided by values of excellence, artistry, social responsibility, and humanism. Inspiration is a unique institution, the epicenter of the working knowledge incorporated into a movement of individuals, groups, organizations, and businesses around the world. They are working together to promote art as the lifeblood of a more collaborative, understanding, and peaceful world.
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The Inspiration Paradigm of Art and Social Change
For already over 15 years, Inspiration has been exploring, creating and developing a wide range of methodologies that blend the disciplines of art with social change practices, thus forming an interdisciplinary space for human development.
Inspiration’s ecosystem incorporates a multifactor model, synthesizing four distinct strategies of social change: Awareness (art), Action (art), Human Capacity Building (art), and Community (art) in over twenty applied practices such as Art for Peace, Art for Community Engagement, Art for Community Development, Art for Cross-Cultural Dialogue and Art for Social Innovation, Art Therapy, and Art for Human Dignity. Many of the practices are relevant to more than one social change strategy.