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People for the Arts Launches 2021 Arts & Cultural Fairness Studio

People for the Arts Launches 2021 Arts & Cultural Fairness Studio

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People for the Arts pronounces the launch of a three-part skilled improvement assortment designed for rising arts and tradition leaders to dive deep into matters related to cultural fairness in arts administration and profession development. Arts & Cultural Equity Studio (ACES) gives attendees insights into varied skilled journeys within the arts sector and a few of the paths which have led to management roles within the discipline.

These moderated periods heart the experiences of arts leaders of colour navigating the sphere. Audio system will focus on a few of the challenges they’ve confronted and supply recommendation for rising leaders focused on pursuing roles in arts advertising and marketing, neighborhood programming, and cultural philanthropy. Registration is now open for the whole collection or for these particular person periods:

Exploring the Field: Equity and Arts Marketing – December 3, 2021 at 3:00pm ET 
Mark E. Smith, Director of Advertising/Communications, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Artwork
Donna Walker-Kuhne, Senior Advisor, Variety Fairness Inclusion, New Jersey Performing Arts Heart

Exploring the Field: Equity and Arts Programming – December 13, 2021 at 3:00pm ET
Hatuey Ramos-Fermín, artist
Valeria Miranda, Government Director, Pajaro Valley Arts & Santa Cruz Artwork League

Exploring the Field: Equitable Philanthropy in the Arts – December 16, 2021 at 3:00pm ET
Sandra Aponte, Group Affect Supervisor, The Chicago Group Belief
David Holland, Deputy Director, Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF)
 
We’re happy to supply registration help for these with restricted sources who want to register for this assortment. Sign up for the ArtsU Support program here

Questions? Contact Nikki Kirk, Fairness in Arts Management Program Supervisor, at [email protected].

Study extra about People for the Arts’ management improvement choices within the Cultural Equity Resource Center.

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