Clear Creek Creative 2018-12-03T17:31:59+00:00

Clear Creek Creative

Clear Creek Creative is a vehicle for using artistic, organizing, facilitation, and cultural skills for social change and toward personal, organizational, and societal transformation.

Clear Creek Creative’s vision is for Kentucky to be a home for the kind of creative experimentation necessary to evolve and achieve a new economy, a true democracy, a vibrant society, abundant healthy land, and a thriving local culture.

http://clearcreekcreative.net

Grants

Ridgeway Transformative Leadership Experience
Ridgeway’s ambition is to deepen and extend the quality and number of powerful leaders working together across sectors toward a brighter future and just transition in Appalachia. The program is designed as an extensive and immersive cohort experience meant to achieve results at the personal, organizational, and regional levels of change.
Amount $100,000
Year(s) 2018-2020
Region Kentucky
Primary Approach Just Transition in Eastern Kentucky
 
Ridgeway Transformative Leadership Experience
Ridgeway's ambition is to deepen and extend the quality and number of powerful leaders working together across sectors toward a brighter future and just transition in Appalachia. The program is designed as an extensive and immersive cohort experience meant to achieve results on three levels of change: personal, organizational/community, and regional.
Amount $100,000
Year(s) 2017-2018
Region Kentucky
Primary Approach Just Transition in Eastern Kentucky
 
Kentucky Transformative Leadership Project
Support for the design of an extensive and immersive year-long experience for Kentucky leaders meant to achieve results on three levels of change: personal, organizational/community, and regional.
Amount $100,000
Year(s) 2015-2016
Region Kentucky
Primary Approach Just Transition in Eastern Kentucky
 
Kentucky Transformative Leadership Incubation and Appalachian Land & Theater Festival
This grant supports the incubation of a transformative leadership program for Kentucky leaders working toward a just and sustainable Appalachian transition, as well as a multi-day festival to share the work of theater companies from Kentucky and Louisiana that have focused their recent work on the themes of land and culture loss and resilience.
Amount $35,000
Year(s) 2014
Region Kentucky
Primary Approach Just Transition in Eastern Kentucky