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Reimagining Art Futures for Recovery

Event Type
Arts Impact Initiative, College of Fine & Applied Arts
Temple Buell Hall Plym Auditorium
Sep 30, 2021   5:30 - 6:30 pm  
Carolyn Randolph-Kato
Originating Calendar
Campus Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Events

As states reopen and communities prepare for post-pandemic recovery from COVID-19 and systemic racism, FAA's Arts Impact Initiative will host a panel discussion:

to address timely questions regarding the future of creative labor and economies and to provide relevant information and resources for decision-making across the arts and culture sectors.

This public event aims to facilitate a much-needed dialogue about the challenges and opportunities facing creative communities as the reemerge and reimagine equitable futures for art and artists.

The hour-long panel discussion features guest panelists

  • Jamie Bennett, Interim President & CEO, United States Artists
  • Dr. Cynthia Oliver, Professor of Dance and Associate Vice Chancellor for Research in the Humanities, Arts, and Related Fields at the University of Illinois
  • Dr. Jennifer Novak-Leonard, Associate Research Director of Arts Impact Initiative in the College of Fine and Applied Arts
  • Kevin Hamilton (moderator), Dean, College of Fine and Applied Arts

Registration is appreicated but not required:

If you are a person with a disability that requires accommodation(s), please contact by September 12.

This event will also be streamed and recorded. Reception to follow in Blicharski Atrium

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