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A networking event: Activate Equity - Insights, Inspirations, Connections
Join us - artists, cultural workers and other stakeholders in the arts community - as we explore the question:
How can we create a more equitable arts sector in New York City?
Tickets are available on a sliding scale and include lunch and a networking cocktail hour: $40 || $80 || $120
- Begin your day with: a call to action!
Our Keynote Speaker, writer/ performer/ educator Renée Watson, will share insights from her experience as an artist leading arts equity work. Renée's most recent project - "i, too arts collective" - resides in the former home of Langston Hughes in Harlem.
- Then: strategies for action!
A Plenary Session where the community will share strategies for creative process and equitable practice.
- End your day with: community!
Network with your peers and enjoy free libations!
Sliding Scale Tickets:
In an effort to make this event financially accessible for everyone, The Field's offering scaled ticket options.
Choose the ticket option that best represents your ability to pay. If you can afford to purchase a full-priced ticket we encourage you to do so. Tickets per tier are limited.
If you would like to attend Activate Equity, but none of the above ticket options are manageable for you, contact Wilfredo Hernandez, Program Associate, at email@example.com or at 212-691-6969.
Date/ Time: Saturday, January 28, 2017, 10am-4pm
Location: Gibney Dance: Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center
280 Broadway New York, NY
(Enter at 53A Chambers St.)
This program is supported in part by the Department of Cultural Affairs, New York State Council of the Arts, and the National Endowment of the Arts.
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