2020 ANNUAL CONVENTION AND PUBLIC ART & CIVIC DESIGN CONFERENCE FULL PACKAGE (ON-DEMAND)
- July 22, 2020
On-Demand Access Now Available!
We're opening on-demand access to the 2020 Annual Convention and Public Art & Civic Design Conference! Sign up for 40 recorded sessions from more than 70 field experts leading the conversation on how arts organizations and artists can navigate this pandemic, recovery, and impacts of racial inequity.
Your registration includes a year of access but select sessions will only be available until August 20. Register today for the full collection of sessions!
Due to the importance of the discussions on COVID recovery, racial equity, and funding for the arts field, we are making these sessions available for a special discounted rate.
Your Sneak Peek
Get a first look at the deep dive conversations and inspiring speakers with Angelique Power’s the Death of "Equity" and Deana Haggag’s Adding Creatives to a Workers Movement.
Angelique Power on the Death of "Equity"
Angelique Power, President of the Field Foundation, shares a deeply personal talk about how the recent flurry of equity statements without teeth actually harms the movement. From health pandemic to the pandemic of racism, this moment calls us not to talk about it, but be about it.
Deanna Haggag on Adding Creatives to a Workers Movement
The COVID crisis has laid bare the challenging circumstances of most creative workers in the United States in a way that is undeniable and calls for action. Deana Haggag calls for the integration of creative workers into a broader “workers movement” working to ensure access to unemployment benefits, affordable and portable insurance, and other basic necessities.
Register for even more great speakers, including:
- Paul Farber of Monument Lab
- Heather McGhee of Demos
- David Brooks of the New York Times
- Yoko Sen, Sound Alchemist
- Molly Joyce, Musican and Disability Advocate
- Roberta Uno of Arts in a Changing America
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