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Arts Change on KCRTKCRT is airing special programming from ArtsChange, a non-profit organization, based in Richmond, CA.

"Long Odds: Where Can I Find an Apple in Richmond?"
In 2005, ArtsChange, with collaborative partners East Bay Center for the Performing Arts and Community Wellness and Prevention Program, completed a 12-minute video entitled "Long Odds: Where Can I Find an Apple in Richmond?"  Over 50 youth participated in the production of the educational video which uses humor and hip hop music to explore local food access issues.

Carlitos and the Magic GardenCarlitos and the Magic Garden
Carlitos and the Magic Garden is a traveling puppet show promoting healthy eating.  It is an imaginative tale of a junk food craving little boy who discovers the benefits of gardening, friends and his grandma's chicken soup.

The show dramatizes the benefits of eating home-cooked meals and fruits and vegetables instead of fast foods, soda and sweets. The show is crafted for children 3-8 but its artistry and social messaging will appeal and entertain all ages.

The puppet show Carlitos and the Magic Garden is currently traveling to preschools, head start programs, CDCs, WIC centers, libraries and community centers in Richmond and Oakland. Please contact us at (510) 231-1348 if you are interested in having a performance at your site.

ArtsChange's Mission:
The mission of ArtsChange is to promote imagination, health and wellbeing in stressed East Bay neighborhoods, by engaging artists and communities in the creation of socially conscious art designed for accessible public settings.

ArtsChange's History:
ArtsChange traces its origin to a Contra Costa County health center in Richmond, CA, in 1996. Founding nurses, doctors, frontline health center staff and visual artists, believed in the powerful connection between art and health and saw opportunities to engage patients, staff and community in the arts, and for artists to contribute to the wellbeing and healing of one of the Bay Area's most stressed communities. ArtsChange has produced more than 70 exhibitions at a variety of venues, working with leading Bay Area Public Artists and a wide variety of community partners. ArtsChange has followed a steady course of artistic and professional development for more than a decade, bringing visual arts, new media, performing arts, dialogue and educational programs to county health centers, museums, community settings, and workplaces. ArtsChange forges new venues and boundaries between the arts, medicine and social change.




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