Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Dance as Dignified Labor | #ArtistsAreNecessaryWorkers: Facebook Live Conversation Series
Dance as Dignified Labor
Facebook Live Conversation Series
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When: Tuesday, August 4, 2020, 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 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: Join Dance/NYC as we round out the #ArtistsAreNecessaryWorkers series and circle back to our initial prompt – that dance work is labor that should be valued. Since our campaign launched on May 14th the world has shaken and in that upheaval even more emphasis has been placed on arts workers across disciplines to lead change. For this final conversation, we hear from speakers across this ecology about the shifts that they have witnessed or instigated and how we can continue to advocate for #danceasdignifiedlabor as a field.
Confirmed Speakers - Click speaker names to access their bios:
Cliff Matias, Cultural Director, Redhawk Native American Arts Council
Courtney J. Cook, Performer, Bold Facilitator, Co-Rehearsal Director with Urban Bush Women, Performer & Vocalist
Georgina Pazcoguin, NYCB Soloist, Co-Founder A Final Bow for Yellowface
Sheila Lewandowski, Executive Director, The Chocolate Factory Theater
Please fill out our post-event survey.
- Final Bow for Yellowface founded by Phil Chan and Georgina Pazcoguin
- Urban Bush Women founded by Jawole Willa Jo Zollar
- Gateway to Nations Powwow through Redhawk Native American Arts Council
- Social Distance Powwow Facebook Group
- Creating New Futures
- Dance Artist National Council
#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.