Carolina Freire El valor de una comunidad creativa
Marie-Camille Duquette Marie-Camille Duquette
Diego Fraga Diego Fraga
Sarah Obenauer Sarah Obenauer
Dan Spain Haven’t found your community? Create it
Liz Maugans Community Service
David Batcheller Community: The Future of the Red River Valley
Bethany Iverson & Alex West Steinman Creating Joyful Community In Dark Times
Stephanie Herrera Technology Community Leader & Mentor
Linda Samost Sunday Suppers
Giulia McGauran Say 'Oooh!' leads to many more Ooohs!
Randi Olson The How and Why of Intentional Living
Steve Flanagan Community
Chad Zoratly Building the community
Felipe Linares - PIPELINE La Comunidad
Raissa Fayet Community
Drink Culture Community
Drink Culture Audience Takes the Stage
Community WRO Q_A
Community WRO Audience takes the stage!
Christine Outram Co-Founder, CURIO
Joel Glanzberg The Regenerative Community
Edgar Velasco El poder de la comunidad
Mike Esser Community
Fernando Tellado Ayuda Wordpress
Karin Gustavsson Martin Bergström Karin Gustavsson Martin Bergström
Lou'Ann Devon Burlesco e a comunidade
Keren Segal Turning Art into My Profession
Beverly Davis Spark!
Mickey Cockrell, Paula A. Garcia, Chuck Leddy Community Panel
Anzia Bennett Community Connected by Food
Audience Takes the Stage Collaboration and community
Katie Mabry van Dieren A Love for Community
Narmeem Naser You are part of community at this moment
Mayra Abbondanza Community - Agosto 2018
Javier Cevallos Perugachi Xavier Cevallos Perugachi, Historias que Curan
Gopal Rajegowda Using Community to transform Cities
dan urieli dan urieli
Tracey Ben Or Tracey Ben Or
Voicu Rădescu How to Foster a Community
Naima Shalhoub Q&A with Naima Shalhoub
Naima Shalhoub Harmonizing Community
Akiko Okamoto Pia-Tomoko Meid Japanische Community in Düsseldorf
Bethaney Wilkinson, Allie Bashuk, Donell Woodson Community Takes the Stage
Awura Simpe A Sense of Belonging
Rose Lyndsay Daudier Ensemble, on va plus loin
Cornel Hoza The power of communities
Lenka Franců If you want to go far, go together
Community Lightning Talks! Six Ottawans talking about community
Lisa Guida Lisa Guida
Todd Pooser How the Universe Really Works
Robyne Walker Murphy Social Justice is Rooted in Love
Danielle Fazzolari A Stoop Meditation Community
Sara Hashim If You Move Around A Lot, How Do You Find Community?
Sara Hashim 30-second pitches
Todd Bishop The Seattle Tech Community
Sarah Nelson Food, Community, and a Little Bit of Anarchy
Street Art Creatives Street Art Creatives
Phil Bresnahan The Science of Community
Nuno Mesquita August 2018 : theme Community : speaker Nuno Mesquita
Maria Derlõš How to make district community cooperate
Maria Pacheco Comunidades que generan luz y prosperidad
Miesto Laboratorija The power of community
Christopher Axe Helping Hanoi's Homeless
The Tara Building Community Community Takes the Stage
Liz Ramsey Fumbling Around
Megan Stewart Community is Vital
Taufiq Bamatraf The significance of the community
Tom Gregory A boy in the water
Liam Heitmann-Rice Liam Heitmann-Rice
Michael Dunlavey Community
Jaakko Blomberg Community
Tobias Gutmann on Community
Creative Coding Utrecht CCU stimulates creative coding to empower people
Marisol Jimenez Community as Beautiful Resistance
Marshall Shorts Marshall Shorts
Amanda Lewan Community
Das Provisorium Fred Schaerlig und Sven Friese
Nam Le Nam Le
Bob Devin Jones Community is Like Cornbread
Наталья Емченко Community
Shannon Cohen Shannon Cohen
Cydney Franklin It All Comes Back to People
Jennifer Moore Building Community around Sustainable Style.
Dario Boldrini I semi di Dario Boldrini
Merel The importance of community
Pedro Oliveira Users as Innovators
Sarah Decorvet & Tanya Christensen Sarah Decorvet & Tanya Christensen
Dan Mangan Musicians, Song and Community Engagement
Free Egunfemi Community
Grace Aheron Grace Aheron
Blen Kusmu Finding yourself before finding community
Reid Henry Igniting Community Through Creative Placemaking
Tim Mannin Choosing Community Over Individualism
Jerry Wang 2018 August Community
Scott Shapiro on Community
Andrew Au Community
Adam Lerner Modern Art, Risk, and Community
Christen Boone Our Community
In communities we have strength and energy. We can use that to make things happen.
What do you want to see happening in your world? What do you want to be a part of?
If you haven't found your community, make steps to create one, even if it is just saying hello to your neighbour.
Rabble has become this community people can reach out to when they don't anyone. It's actually the community I was looking for when I first moved into the city. And I'm incredibly proud of that.
We need to sit next to people who can help us and in return we can help them.
Transparency and communication are key.
Community has shared intention.
Communities are built around values.
Creating a community is extremely complicated and it’s complicated because communities are made of people.
The way they spoke about this space and the community they were trying to create, about collaboration, about side projects and genuinely being friends was really exciting at the time, and I thought this has to happen in Cardiff!
How can we set everyone up to win?
I believe that art can fill in the gaps where language fails.
Si no tienes "haters", no eres absolutamente nadie. Porque el éxito se lleva muy mal entre los demás.
La "fórmula secreta": Trabajo duro, constancia, humildad, coherencia, comparte, compromiso, sé tú mismo.
If we're talking about community, more than anthing with anything, I think that by being genuinely interested it helps to build that. By following your 'ooohs' is the best way to keep having more 'ooohs'.
Whoever you're working with, no matter what they do, or who they are, it's wonderful to be able to work out what they're about and from there you can play, problem solve, explore, and take risks.
I knew from art school that to keep these 'ooohs' coming, you need to learn more about everything.
What daily habit adds to your stress?
Take the time to pause and see how things are influencing you.
Intentional routines create freedom.
You can give meaning to the mundane.
Intention plus action equals magic.
The key is to have practices in place where you’re constantly checking in with yourself so you know how you’re doing. You know if something’s off.
Intention is less about what you are doing; it’s how and why you are doing it.
Living with intention is a key player in reducing the stress in your life.
It is our responsibility as the creative class to speak up, to bring people with you, to bring people together, and to look out for others.
I believe that art and arts has a place to build community for us.
So many of us are just trying to be really good at what we do, that we're sacrificing our humanity.
I don't just want to be really good at what I do; yet, at the same time, be really weak at who I am. Because I have a belief that if you're really at who you are, you're gonna be incredible at what you do.
We think we're supposed to be passionate about waht we do, but when we are passionate about who we are, it changes everything about what we do.
“It feels inhuman, to make a life, about me.”
Community = Experience + Connection
You don't have to inherit your community, you can build it.
What that comes down to when you're looking to build a community and evolve, is opportunity.
In Ottawa and Gatineau [...] we commute and use the bridges. There are four bridges, why not build a fifth one? A virtual one, and meet together and get interest in the other culture.
If we can create spaces where people get out of their comfort zone, get to know their neighbours, and share a meal with someone who's different than them, then that's part of the way to a place where food banks aren't needed anymore.
You cannot be everything to everyone. If you're going to have a community, be specific about what it is that you want to do.
Voices that are on the outside—how can we bring them to the inside of our community cypher?
What’s the song that we want to sing in our communities?
We can’t have vibration and music without difference. Difference is beautiful.
We believe in the power of community. We believe that communities are abundant—with not only creativity and potential—but this is where change will happen.
Social justice is rooted in love—that you love people so much that you want everybody to be free.
The streets are not just lanes of tarmacs—the streets are the veins of the city, and the people are the blood that keep it going. Listen to that beating heart, and remember that the streets belong to us, and it is our duty to help everybody that lives in them.
Real change is made when lots of people do a little, and we all have that capacity.
By helping those who are less fortunate than us, we are helping ourselves, too. We are helping to provide a brighter future for everyone around us, and for our children.
Inclusive communities prosper. Marginalized communities fail.
Idealism without pragmatism is misguided, and pragmatism without ideals is cold and mechanical.
“The reason that I love community – and the reason I love people so much – is because all of this (the Highlander Neighborhood) has happened because of really community-focused, forward-thinking, and if we’re honest, brave early investors. It involves actual artists, artists who live across the street, artists that are from this neighborhood who have helped 75 North in this community, in this effort to revitalize that involves the City of Omaha, educators, committed parents and stakeholders.”
Being comfortable is one of the worst things you can do for yourself because it's not until you're uncomfortable that you become comfortable with yourself.
I was trying to relate or to belong to a particular community and I wanted to share all these different things, but I didn't know exactly what it is I wanted to share. I didn't know who I was, I didn't know what my interests or goals were. It was extremely hard to connect with people because I didn't know what I wanted to connect with.
It's important to understand that while we're building our communities, we really have to do everything we can to support it.
If one of us succeeds, then all of us succeed.
Community doesn't start with finding people that you can share these experiences it. Community starts with finding yourself.
When we come together with our power, our resilience, and our resistance, that we are a force.
The foundation of activism, I believe, is love. I believe it is hope. I believe it is sacred and ancestral. It is radical visions of liberation that are more spiritual than anything of this place.
Being in the community is how I survived.
Отсутствие новой крови делает комьюнити бытом
What you measure is your mission.
We have to ask ourselves: am I just consuming life, or am I actually cultivating life? Am I bringing life to my neighborhood, to my community, to my city—or am I just consuming it?
We are not designed to be alone—we are designed to be connected.
What community demands is the best of you.
At the core of our identity, we share a reality that we are all human.
We think we are supposed to be passionate about what we do, but when we are passionate about who we are it changes everything about what we do.
In a culture that elevates what we do and the value of the individual, we struggle to see beyond just ourselves. We struggle to see the bigger picture of who we are.
I believe who we are is way deeper than what we do.
I didn't know who I was as an individual. I didn't know what my interests were, what my goals were. So, it was extremely hard for me to connect with people, because I didn't know what it was I was trying to connect with.
What you measure is your mission. Whatever business you are doing, if all you are measuring is your bottom line, well that's your mission, the bottom line. But if you are measuring something that has to be measured through the story - meaning actual change, actual real life stuff happening - well, then there are some things that can only be measured by the story; they can't be measured by a number.
And we have to ask ourselves, "Am I just consuming life, or am I actually cultivating life."