SPARC352 initiative aims to develop community centers grounded in the arts
UF Center for Arts in Medicine faculty Alana Jackson and Dionne Champion, Ph.D., have been tapped to lead the Space for People, Art, Research, Community, Creativity, and Collaboration, or SPARC352, project.
The initiative aims to develop self-sustaining community centers for learning, wellness, workforce development, and historic and cultural preservation that will provide access to a range of resources and programming.
Learn more: https://arts.ufl.edu/in-the-loop/news/sparking-a-shift-uf-faculty-envision-arts-as-a-resource-for-community-empowerment-through-sparc352-project/.
Pictured above: Alana Jackson (left) and Dionne Champion (right).