Social Engagement Pre-Partnership Form
The mission of our Engaged Creative Practice program is to provide a platform for students, staff, and faculty as they generate collaborative and reciprocal creative projects and to provide support for building relationships with a broad range of local, national and international community partners.
The relationship with community partners is collaborative, respectful, and reciprocal. We share resources and knowledge with one another in a relationship of equality. An engagement project responds to a set of mutual needs and assets. A strong partnership means that we’re careful to tend to the needs of all involved in the project, including the community partner; the faculty member and/or Michele Schara Artist in Residence; and the Stamps students’ curricular needs. Assets of both groups should be identified so that they can be shared and mutual learning can occur.