Home Art News Weekly Internet Roundup: Oct. 22, 2021

Weekly Internet Roundup: Oct. 22, 2021

Weekly Internet Roundup: Oct. 22, 2021

Sharing is caring!

This week, we’re celebrating a brand new proposed invoice on Capitol Hill that will strengthen arts schooling for younger learners, Ok-12 college students, and youth impacted by the juvenile justice system. It’s the broadest arts schooling coverage invoice ever launched in Congress and you’ll take motion to help it now! Learn on for extra data.

In different latest content material you’ll have missed: take a look at a terrific learn from the NEA on the facility of native arts companies, a weblog that shines a light-weight on the work of Indigenous filmmakers, a brand new webinar sequence exploring how you can handle transition at arts organizations, a day of connecting with conservation professionals on social media, and our newest Member Highlight characteristic.

ARTSblog

Member Spotlight: Morgan Ritter by Linda Lombardi
Artist, poet, and humanities employee Morgan Ritter has been chargeable for the care of artwork and humanities areas for 14 years inside lots of Portland, Oregon’s nonprofit arts establishments. Morgan joined the Regional Arts & Tradition Council (RACC) in 2019 and her private artwork apply consists of sculpture, set up, books, video, poetry, and efficiency.

Shining a Spotlight on Native American Media and Mediamakers by John Haworth
It will be significant for cultural leaders and particular person artists to know the work of organizations elevating Native artists. That is of particular urgency given the present challenges confronted by native and regional arts companies: Leaders within the cultural sector merely should have a broader understanding of social and financial justice points.

Information Room

Going Local with Federal Arts Spending
Native arts companies are all about fostering neighborhood ties. October, being Nationwide Arts and Humanities Month, is an efficient time to mark the indelible function performed by native arts companies of their cities, cities, and neighborhoods—and the way the Nationwide Endowment for the Arts’ administration of the American Rescue Plan will reinforce these native networks.

Arts Education for All Act Introduced
Launched by Rep. Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR), the Arts Training for All Act is the broadest arts schooling coverage invoice ever launched in Congress. It consists of key provisions that can help and encourage the providing of arts schooling and programming and would permit for rigorous arts and humanities schooling analysis associated to elementary and secondary schooling.

Your Chance to #AskAConservator on November 4
Arts professionals who oversee municipal or public artwork collections might discover a wealth of knowledge and new connections by partaking with the hashtag #AskAConservator. It’s additionally an ideal alternative for native arts companies that work immediately with artists to encourage these artists to ask questions on archival supplies or archiving their work.

ArtsU

Arts Organizations At A Crossroads: Managing Transitions and Preserving Assets
This three-part, on-demand webinar sequence relies on a toolkit developed by NCAPER with sections addressing structural shifts, departure of key employees/management, and the creation of inventive and bodily belongings which deserve preserving. Registration for the ArtsU sequence additionally features a dwell digital Espresso Chat on Tuesday, November 16.

Pictured: Micaela Tobin as Coyote in “Candy Land,” from KCET’s “Southland Classes” sequence. Photograph by Casey Kringlen for The Trade.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

12 + 3 =

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.