“Art ignites change.” A conversation with Jane Golden of The City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program
- A social change organization has to communicate clearly, cogently, directly, passionately about the work they are doing so that people will see it, experience it, support it.
- When it comes to society’s more intractable problems, you cannot look past the role of innovation and creativity to ultimately make a difference when traditional interventions have failed.
- Communication is how a social change organization tells its story, how it builds an audience, it is the lifeline of an organization
- Relationships are at the heart of communications. They’re essential.
- The quality of digital communication has been proven to be lower than that of in-person communication.
- Building relationships through personal interaction is more likely to help you convey your message and achieve a desired outcome.