We will discuss how white supremacy, institutional/corporate power, misogyny, and surveillance specifically affect artists here in DC, and the things we can do together to create a more fertile art scene. The format of this discussion will mirror a Town Hall and will be moderated by Jessica Solomon. We hope to walk away with tangible solutions to better support each other and our communities while also creating a level of accountability in the ways we give away our collective power.

Please come prepared with questions, comments, concerns about how issues of inequality affect your practice.

Stay late for refreshments, beer, and wine and to celebrate the conclusion of Now More Than Ever! This is your final chance to see the show.

About the Moderator

Jessica Solomon is a systems thinker, facilitator, and instigator of arts and social-change projects. As director of the social enterprise Art in Praxis, she transforms spaces, institutions, traditions and perceptions through design, engagement, and collaborative arts practices. Based in Washington, DC but working nationally, Jessica embraces creativity in organizational development.



For more information about her work, visit: http://www.artinpraxis.org/

Location

Washington Project for the Arts
2124 8th Street NW
Washington, DC 20001

Dates

Saturday, May 27, 3-5pm

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