Program Goals (Draft)
  1. Plan, undertake, and organize cultural documentation field projects using data collection, writing, photography, video, and sound recording.
  2. Train community members in cultural documentation.
  3. Devise and implement cultural programs including exhibitions, performances, workshops, media productions, websites, festivals and other initiatives identified through community consultation.
  4. Identify and develop appropriate forums and partnerships to foster community self determination and leadership.
  5. Manage budgets and program costs.
  6. Work effectively as a creator or valued leader of a cultural organization.
  7. Identify and secure public and philanthropic funding for projects and organizational sustainability.
  8. Manage the communication needs of cultural sustainability initiatives, including working with the media and community participants.
  9. Graduates will also gain an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
  10. Demonstrate and apply knowledge of contemporary issues pertaining to cultural sustainability in the relevant related fields.
  11. Identify and cultivate a relevant community of practice.
  12. Organize and build community.
  13. Work with communities to plan and implement revenue generating activities and products.
Link to Curriculum Map (Courses mapped to Program Goals)