Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Dance In Community | #ArtistsAreNecessaryWorkers: Facebook Live Conversation Series
Dance In Community
Facebook Live Conversation Series
This event has already occurred. Enjoy event details below, and scroll to the bottom of the page for the post-event survey and session resources.
When: Tuesday, June 30, 2020, 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Where: Facebook Live
Registration: This event was part of the #ArtistsAreNecessaryWorkers Series. Registration was required. All conversations are free and open to the public. Attend one or multiple town halls.
If you require additional reasonable accommodation, please contact Brinda Guha at least two weeks prior to the event via email at [email protected] or call 212.966.4452 (voice only).
About: Dance/NYC led a discussion with dance workers that are leading activist movements and caring for our communities through this time.
Confirmed Speakers - Click speaker names to access their bios:
Alicia Bauman-Morales, Independent Dance Artist; Organizer, Artists Co-creating Real Equity
Brinda Guha, Curator, Wise Fruit NYC
Brittany Williams, Organizer and Artists, Co-founder of WoodShed Dance
Naomi Goldberg Haas, Artistic Director, Dances for a Variable Population
Please fill out our post-event survey.
- Wise Fruit NYC: A live arts seasonal showcase and an online #ArtMeetsActivism network dedicated to the feminine divine.
- Acre-PISAB: A grassroots humanistic and anti-racist community organizing group in affiliation with PISAB.
- Dancers for a Variable Population: Dances For A Variable Population promotes strong and creative movement among adults of all ages and abilities.
- Get Dis War Dance: A Black Movement Artists from Baltimore, Detroit, Missouri, New York and Philadelphia who are organizing Black War Dances.
- The Wood Shed Online Dance Platform
- Adrienne Marie Brown: American Author
- An Open Letter to Arts Organizations Rampant with White Supremacy: Letter by Artist Nana Chinara
#DanceIsDignifiedLabor #DanceWorkforceResilience #dancenyc #nycdance
Dance/NYC convening is made possible, in part, by leadership support from the Howard Gilman Foundation and the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, and by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, and the New York State Council on the Arts.
Dance/NYC seeks partners and speakers with a variety of viewpoints for its events with the goal of generating discussion. The inclusion of any partner or speaker does not constitute an endorsement by Dance/NYC of that partner's or speaker's views.