As our cultural sector strives to recover from the pandemic, a part of moving forward is creating a more equitable and human-centered working culture. Presented by the Office of Arts & Culture, this free virtual share-out features artists and cultural workers representing people of the global majority (BIPOC) highlighting initiatives, strategies, and ideas to inspire arts, cultural and heritage organizations on what it means to be more inclusive and anti-racist in how we move forward.
We invite anyone working in and with the arts, cultural, and heritage sector — cultural workers, artists, teaching artists, creatives, arts administrators, board members, volunteers, and supporters — to attend.
Arts Recovery Through Anti-Racist Action
Wednesday, November 16, 3 – 5 p.m. (Pacific)
*Please Note: If you are interested but not able to attend the live workshop, please feel free to still RSVP, as we will send out the recorded version afterward.
Presenters (subject to change):
- Aimee Chou of Sound Theatre
- Valerie Curtis-Newton of The Hansberry Project
- José Montaño (Aymara-Quechua) with United Indians of All Tribes Foundation’s Sacred Circle Gallery
- Fox Whitney, a queer black mixed transgender filmmaker, actor, dancer, and teaching artist
A special thanks to the Surdna Foundation Thriving Cultures Program, Race Forward, the American Recovery Plan Act, Seattle Theatre Leaders, Sound Theatre, Erin Bednarz, Ariel Bradler, Malie Fujii, Jasmine Jackson, Mario Orallo-Molinaro, Naho Shioya, Roger Tang, and Jay O’Leary Woods.
For questions or inquiries, please contact Kathy Hsieh, Cultural Investments Strategist, at email@example.com or at (206) 733-9926.
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