All-Star Cultural Producer
 All-Star Cultural Producer

21 learners earned this badge

All-Star Cultural Producers design and host arts and cultural events to engage the public at the Art Institute of Chicago. They are leading the planning and implementation of programs, considering all aspects of successful programming, including: brainstorming program ideas collaboratively with peers, stakeholders, and museum staff; understanding and incorporating the needs and interests of the communities they intend to reach; working with peers and Museum employees to communicate effectively about and advocate for their program proposals; creating a program lesson plan or step by step implementation outline to share; creating and carrying out a strategy for advertising, marketing, and promoting the event to appropriate communities; preparing materials and facilities; implementing the programs with the public; working directly with program participants to support learning; program documentation and reporting. Youth that earn at least 3 eligible badges (All-Star Cultural Producer, Mission Builder, Arts Leader and/or Ultimate Reflector) unlock the Service Learning Badge, which is equivalent to one service learning project of 15 hours.


The Art Institute of Chicago | Department of Learning and Public Engagement


Badge Type: skill

Expected Duration: 9 hours


  1. [required] Youth will submit 2 documents to reflect planning and implementation: • Planning: Program lesson plan and/or step by step implementation outline • Implementation: Photos, video, text, or link to online post documenting the event
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