Art Access and Artistic Expression Cooperative

Cheyenne sees broadening art access and artistic expression as an integral part of the movement for justice and change. She envisions a campus and city where students and community members feel an investment in each other and actively portray this value in the way that they organize their lives. She envisions all community members using their artistic minds to reflect on the idea and common goal of an equitable existence and sustainable community, allowing them to be grounded in their values while pushing the movement for change forward. Her blueprint addresses art access by trying to expand the way that we understand who is and who is not an artist, and it addresses a lack of balance between reflection and action in the movement.

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