May 19th, 2014
- Draft legislation or town meetings leading to community overlays or other measures that sustain creative communities
- Workshops for high school students, k-12 instructors, or chamber of commerce members to practice habits of innovation and creativity
- Web pages or apps that share hidden or previously-lost history of a community or group
- Introduction of the design or prototype of a device that improves a process or solves a problem
As part of it’s mission to advance the standing of art and culture in the minds of policymakers as well as support innovative approaches to real-world problem-solving, the Curb Center is piloting a Public Scholarship Grant for the creation & implementation of projects allowing scholars to articulate their findings with the crucial aim of engaging with public policy as an expression and enactment of cultural values.
Recipients will receive a $2000 research fund, shared office space in the Curb Center, opportunity to interact and process with the Curb Center community, and support for public sharing of the final product.