How Artists and Presenters Do Anti-Oppression Work

  • Room: Hilton Concourse Level, Concourse G
Monday, January 13, 2020: 9:15 AM - 10:30 AM

Description

What does it mean to do anti-oppression work? How do we decolonize oppressive structures to promote racial equity, liberation and peace? This practical workshop for artists, presenters, and the curious provides anti-oppression tools and strategies, focusing on the work and experiences of artists and arts organizers of color. Join us in this brave space for peer-to-peer conversations. Come prepared to share and prepared to listen to each other about creative and organizational challenges, and leave equipped with concrete, actionable steps for you to do "the work."

Speaker(s)

Speaker
Beatrice Thomas
Principal Consultant
Authentic Arts and Media
Speaker
Betsy Theobald Richards
Director of Cultural Strategies
The Opportunity Agenda
Facilitator
Daniel Lim
Founder, Principal
Daniel Lim Consulting
Speaker
Joe Tolbert Jr.
Director of Community Engagement and Strategic Partnerships/Founder and Lead Cultural Strategist
The Carbetbag Theatre, Inc.; Art at the Intersections
Speaker
Kyoung Park
Artistic Director
Kyoung's Pacific Beat