CultureWork ; Vol. 19, No. 03
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Seventeen years ago, Bill Flood, community cultural development facilitator, consultant, and organizer, wrote a CultureWork article defining community cultural development and how it was understood and practiced at the time. Since then, much has been learned with new questions and implications arising in the field each day. Now, Flood has interviewed professionals from across the field to bring together a sensibility of what is important as conceptions of community cultural development continue to grow and refine itself within the 21st century. Here, we learn current questions, concerns, and opportunities that will guide future directions.