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Creative and cultural strategies can take different forms for different reasons. Maybe you’ve recognized a need to engage new audiences that your traditional communication approaches aren’t reaching. Or you need to share complex research in a dynamic way that will capture attention and generate discussion in visually oriented social media. Or maybe the narrative you’re trying to advance needs to have a multifaceted approach that works from press releases to poetry to popsicle wrappers at the park.
The power of cultural strategies showed brightly in LA. Spitfire partnered with the People’s Project, a Los Angeles nonprofit powered by the Los Angeles Federation of Labor to produce Creative Resilience, an artful community experience that amplified the voices of BIPOC Angeleno workers, sounded the call for economic justice and celebrated the city’s vibrant cultural history of resilience.See a full package of videos and case studies here.
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