Sharing Secret Manners in Engaging in Creative Projects Related to Disaster And Some Practical Examples

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Sharing Secret Manners in Engaging in Creative Projects Related to Disaster And Some Practical Examples

ART FOR RESILIENT COMMUNITIES (ARC) NETWORKS 18 APRIL 2021 GILANG DAMAR CO-FOUNDER OF ARC NETWORKS

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"Wind", "Water", and "Soil" In Education of disaster preparedness for Local Communities A Summary of Today's talk

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abstract

“ Wind-type ” person

A person who brings “seed” to the community/soil. Its role is to bring stimulation.

“ Soil-type ” person

Those who stay in the community. Be rooted in the community and continue the activities.

“ Water-type ” person

A person who stands by the community, continues watering the seed, provides initial support.

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Citizens Kids +Creative Enjoyable, Beautiful, Moving, Extraordinary Artists NPO

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Citizens Students Kids Designer +Creative Enjoyable, Beautiful, oving, Extraordinary Artists NPO

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CREDIT

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RALPH LUMBRES (ARTIST, DESIGNER)

BOYET TORRES (RESEARCHER, PHOTOGRAPHER)

GILANG DAMAR (RESEARCHER, ARTIST)

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The Philippines and Indonesia are two of the most disaster prone countries in the world

Ranks 3rd in polluting our ocean

Two of the countries first and greatly affected by Climate Change

Philippines 7107+ islands

Indonesia 14,572+ islands

20 typhoons per year

1300 volcano eruption since 1500

1000 historical record of earthquake and 95 tsunamis since 1500

Pacific Ring of Fire

PACIFIC PLATE O BANDA A us T AL IAN

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What do art and disaster have in common? Power. Art for Resilient Communities (ARC) Gilang Damar Setiadi (Indonesia) Juan Miguel Torres (Philippines) Ralph Cabinta Lumbres (Philippines) Akira Sakano (Japan) EcoRife Team (Thailand and Cambodia) ARC or Art for Resilient Communities is a project that aims to strengthen disaster resilience through participatory art-based activities in coastal communities in South East Asia. This is done through participatory photography (Photovoice), participatory 3D mapping, and participatory instrument building and performance. ekong Great Yogyakarta Flas od od Ty "n Yo Flash Flood

DESIGN CHALLENGE STATEMENT HOW MIGHT WE STRENGTHEN DISASTER RISK RESILIENCE IN VULNERABLE COMMUNITIES USING ART?

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ARC FRAMEWORK takes approach of Art-Based Community Development and Education (ABCDE) and integrates it with Integrated Risk Management (IRM)

ART & CREATIVITY

INTEGRATED RISK MANAGEMENT

COMMUNITY DEVELOPEMENT

ARC

ARTISTIC OR CREATIVE IRM PRACTICES

IRM WITH A FOCUS ON COMMUNITY DEVELOPEMENT

ART BASED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & EDUCATION

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PHOTOVOICE PARTICIPATORY PHOTOGRAPHV Research Needs Assessment Capacity Assessment Resource Mapping PARTICIPATORV 3D Risk Assessment Sculpture and HAZARD Woodworking Workshop eonnuu•tv DEVELOPMENT Setting up or strengthening a local community Eco DRR group Contingency Planning Collective Experience xusue AND PERFORMANCE Environmental Awareness DRR Experiences and History Teaching DRR Concepts

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Community based/Participatory = SUSTAINABILITY

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ARC COMMUNITY BASED APPROACH

TOP DOWN

3D MAPPING

PHOTOVOICE

MUSIC & PERFORMANCE

BOTTOM UP/ GRASSROOTS

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abstract

RISK ASSESSMENT & CONTINGENY PLANNING

SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE

LOCAL KNOWLEDGE

POLICIES

LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNIT

CAPACITY BUILDINGS

COMUNITY

UNITE

EDUCATE

INSPIRED

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1. Target Communities = 4-6 1. Villages,'Towns 2. Total number of team members, volunteers and project based individuals 2. = 20-30 3. Direct (workshop and other activities) participants/audience = 50C) -1,000 3. 4. Beneficiaries of the 3D hazard map 4. 3,000 - 6,cm 5. Social media reach = 5,00C) audience reach through social media sites 3 P3DM maps that can used to identify hazard prone areas as well as important natural resources 500-700 photographs showcasing natural resource use in small island communities 3 Performance Arts 2 exhibits (1 in Indonesia, 1 in the Philippines) Estimated total of reach= 8,000 - 11,000 Indiy(duals (opline and direct participants) oute01E eons