Visiting with Congressman John Lewis
Civil Rights Symposium: Millicent Brown presenting to students
Civil Rights Symposium: Bob Moses presenting to students
WHO WE ARE
Center for Creative Partnerships is a 501(c)3 non-profit multidisciplinary educational organization, based in South Carolina that uses the Arts and humanities to engage audiences to advocate for greater Social Justice, including Civil and Human Rights. Some of our services include:
Designing & Curating Exhibitions
Educational Development Workshops
Social Justice Workshops, Films & Community Discussions
Conservation & Preservation
Management and Board Development
Center For Creative Partnerships' Board is comprised of Authors, Civil Rights Activists, Educators, and Museums professionals. Together we can provide advisory counseling, educational lectures series, social justice symposia, & much more.
Center For Creative Partnerships' President's experience encompasses development, fundraising, grant writing, audience development/marketing, managing, producing, strategic planning, communication, social justice programming and teaching.
Center for Creative Partnerships has been involved in a number of creative projects including: Creative Roots, a community arts project in Beaufort, S.C. which utilized multi-arts to uproot racism from the community; and the Penn Center Gullah Studies Institute, St. Helena Island, S.C.; StrategicPlan for Jackson, MS.; Social Justice Community Film Series