Radical Equity and Inclusion

Track
Education Audience Research & Evaluation
Start Day and Time
Wednesday May 10 9:45-11 a.m.
Venue and Meeting Room
275 America's Center
Description
Radical equity is the notion that organizations can practice ethical decision making that moves beyond the empty rhetoric of diversity by implementing just policies. Radical inclusion is the profound notion that art can invite others in, but also can and should move into other spaces of community and change-making. This session explores how cultural institutions are implementing radical equity work into their organizations and the ways in which that work affects their communities.

Education, Audience Research & Evaluation track generously supported by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Learner Outcome
  1. Engage in meaningful dialogue about best practices with artists and institutions doing radical inclusion and equity work.
  2. Cultivate a list of resources and information for engaging communities within and outside institutions.
  3. Re-contextualize the language of diversity in an effort to generate radical change-making beyond the conference.
Speakers
Presenter: 
Amber Johnson
Role: 
Presenter
Title: 
Professor
Presenter: 
David Rue
Role: 
Presenter
Title: 
Public Programs Coordinator
Organization: 
Seattle Art Museum
Presenter: 
Nina Simon
Role: 
Presenter
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Executive Director
Organization: 
Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History