What is the role of white-led arts institutions in a race-conscious world?
An Australian report explores the complex challenges of wooing audiences for First Nations performing arts.
The latest podcast from Createquity and Fractured Atlas looks at different visions of success for cultural equity, and examines how pursuing those visions has played out in practice.
ENDNOTES The following notes accompany our feature article Making Sense of Cultural Equity, published on August 31, 2016: (1) (Some) cultural equity pioneers Our goal with this article is not to present a detailed history of the movement for cultural equity. Still, there are many artists, activists and arts institutions who have contributed significantly to this movement,Read More
When visions of a better future diverge, how do we choose a path forward?
Cultural equity wraps up, a second look at wellbeing, and getting serious about research synthesis.
The story of how the nonprofit arts sector got started offers would-be changemakers some clues.
This month, it’s (mostly) all about the Benjamins.
ART AND THE GOVERNMENT A consortium of City of Detroit creditors have made the first legal move towards pressuring the Detroit Institute of Arts to sell city-owned artworks to help pay for debts owed. Executive Vice President Annemarie Erickson defends the museum against Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr’s demand that the museum find one way orRead More
I have now been to the Grantmakers in the Arts Conference five times. I sort of can’t believe I’m writing that — it simultaneously makes me feel old and very, very lucky. I’ve written about my experiences there now four of those five times; you can find my wrap-ups for 2009, 2010, 2011, and ofRead More