Throughout history, artists have been at the forefront of movements of protest, resistance, and liberation. Their efforts have kindled fires, aroused imaginations, and rallied the troops culminating in real transformational change. No matter the form of their cultural activism, these movers and shakers have been viewed as authentic, reliable, and trustworthy shepherds. Yet, artists have been overlooked or given too little attention in the literature on leadership.
Throughout history artists have led grassroots movements of protest, resistance, and liberation. Their efforts kindled a fire, aroused the imagination, and rallied people, culminating in real transformational change. Please join the editors of Grassroots Leadership & the Arts for Social Change (an ILA 2017 BLB volume) for a sneak peek discussion on the concepts, practices, and examples put forward in this groundbreaking book.
Komives, Wagner, and associates are in the process of producing the second edition of “Leadership for a Better World: Understanding the Social Change Model of Leadership Development” and are seeking student stories related to the Social Change Model (view first edition here). This would be a great opportunity for students to have their leadership stories highligh