Master Conflict, Governance and International Development - Máster en Conflicto, Gobernabilidad y Desarrollo Internacional
Community Cultural Development (CCD) operates at the intersection between the arts and community-based practices. Practitioners in CCD have a strong commitment to the arts and cultural diversity, social change and social and civic responsibility.
Applicants into the Community Cultural Development program come from several areas: Current CCD practitioners wishing to further their intellectual and critical engagement with the practice; and others from fields related to CCD such as the arts, humanities, international development or urban design who desire to share their knowledge within the local and global community.
An undergraduate degree with a major relevant to community cultural development or equivalent; or
An undergraduate degree in any discipline together with at least two years of documented relevant work experience related to community cultural development; or
At least five years of documented relevant work experience related to community cultural development, together with evidence of ability in academic writing and research or scholarship appropriate for postgraduate study.
Research Methods in CCD
Practice, Process & Evaluation
Brokering Partnerships & Policy Contexts
Rethinking the Creative City
Community Performance and Ritual