Can we create an economy of abundance through cultural practice? Participants will examine and discuss policies / practices that create space for collective abundance, in contrast with scenarios that perpetuate a false sense of scarcity. We will review the differences between intention, impact, and the consequences of such decisions.
Please note: Registration for all three workshops is currently at capacity. We encourage you to check back periodically should a cancellation(s) happen and a spot(s) open up – and to sign up for our ArtBeat e-newsletter to be alerted as soon as archived videos and workbook content become available on our website!
Registration is now open for our free online public workshops intended to advance racial equity within the state’s arts and cultural field. The three-part series was co-created through a partnership with the Bay Area’s PUSH Dance Company and Dancing Around Race, as part of a pilot project supported by the Government Alliance on Race & Equity’s Innovation and Implementation Fund.
Themes explored will be relevant to arts organizations, artists, nonprofits, and government agencies interested in advancing racial equity practices in their institutions.
Each workshop features a standalone curriculum; registrants may attend as many as they see fit to the relevance and goals of their work. To allow for a level of interaction and depth for all participants each workshop is limited to 100 participants. Please register today to hold your place; there will be a waitlist and we will be in touch to confirm your spot in the workshop.
Workshops will include closed captioning and live ASL and Spanish interpretation. Archived video recordings of each workshop will be published to this page within 72 hours following each webinar.