By Jon Vidar on May 25, 2010 9:56 AM | No Comments
It's been five months since you helped The Tiziano Project win $25,000 from the Chase Community Giving Competition on Facebook. While we may have been quiet since then, we have not been still.
During the last several months, we have reworked The Tiziano Project from the ground up - no aspect of the organization has gone untouched. Our team has put in hundreds of hours of hard work, thought, and diligence, and today, The Tiziano Project is pleased to announce our new look and feel.
Our website has changed directions significantly. We have refocused it to be a community resource, not just for our students, but also for like-minded organizations.
At The Tiziano Project, we wholeheartedly believe that the key to nonprofit, community journalism is collaboration. As such, we will be giving away our curricula, technologies, and knowledge through this website as we further develop as an organization during the next three months.
At our core, however, we are still an organization dedicated to promoting high-quality storytelling. So, we've also launched a new sub-site -- The Tiziano Project | reports -- a dedicated portal to our student's work.
Finally, today also marks a special day for us, as Victoria Fine and myself officially head to Iraq to teach the Summer 2010 workshop. We have something extra special planned this year for distributing content and will be announcing it within the next month.
For now, please take a moment and check out the new sites. We would love to hear your feedback and hope you enjoy the new Tiziano Project.
Executive Director, The Tiziano Project