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A New Initiative
THE SERVICE CONNECTION!


Since 1970, Cooperative Artists Institute (CAI) has been developing and delivering programs and services that use performing and visual arts to bring people together. CAI's mission is to build community and help people and organizations solve problems, especially those relating to community and family fragmentation in our society. During our 31 year history, we have worked with, and used the services of, many artists and creative people who are compassionate and caring about what they do and how they do it. CAI's Service Connection offers you a way to let people in the larger CAI Community know about your work and what services you offer. And it offers our mailing list of 7000 supporters a direct link to dependable, quality services ranging from graphic design, organizational development and management, personalized art commissions, writing/editing services, etc. Our hope is to build links between CAI Associates interested in expanding their access to new clients, and CAI supporters looking for quality services at a fair price from people who also have a connection with CAI and our mission of building community.

The Artists/Consultants:
A. E. Ryan aeryanart@prodigy.net / 617 731-0014
Types of service(s) offered: sculpture, mixed media constructions and site-specific installations. Teaching/mentoring in 3-D area (K-12, College level)

Linda J. Hirsch gbhirsch@aol.com
Types of service(s) offered: Psychologist, photographer, photojournalist interested in multi-cultural imagery/projects.

Jessa Piaia piaia@fas.harvard.edu
Types of service(s) offered: Women in History programs portrayed in first-person narrative, historical characters include Mary Dyer (1610-1660), Rachel Revere (1745-1813), Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906), and Amelia Earhart (1897-1937). Each woman's life is depicted against the events and issues of her day, contrasting her domestic and public spheres. Ideal for classroom or assembly presentations. Curriculum packets included for grades 5 and up.

Martha Akagi Tel: 617-625-5113
Types of service(s) offered: Banner design and execution with community. Through values clarification process, present core values and future visions are given form. Participants learn to design individually and bring part into whole concept while drawing and painting banner. Two examples of this were exhibited at Hynes Convention Center on First Night 2000. (Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center and Community Art Center, Cambridge)

Pete Clark -Housing Specialist / Box 224, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
617-541-9446
Types of service(s) offered: Licensed, 30 years experience construction supervision, Home inspections, Renovations, Restorations, and Repairs