David C. Howse, Senior Associate Vice President, Emerson College & Executive Director, ArtsEmerson, will share his perspectives on how to address issues like diversity, equity and cross-cultural understanding.
FREE to the Community
ECCF’s Creative County Initiative is pleased to offer a series of dynamic, hands-on workshops in 2020 for artists, creative entrepreneurs, and cultural nonprofits.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access: Navigating the New Normal – The Way Forward for Arts and Culture Organizations
Date: Thursday, February 13, 2020
Location: Salem State University Recital Hall, 71 Loring Ave., Salem, MA
Information: Arts & culture organizations grapple with so much more than engaging audiences and producing great content. They are asked to address issues like diversity, equity and cross-cultural understanding, and to speak to challenges like social justice, communal empowerment, engaging those difficult to reach, and more. David C. Howse, Senior Associate Vice President, Emerson College & Executive Director, ArtsEmerson, a recognized speaker and commentator on the arts and social integration, will share his perspectives on how to meet these expectations. Offering music with a message, the multi-talented Stan Strickland will open the session. You’re sure to leave inspired! ECCF is pleased to partner with Salem State University, Center for Creative and Performing Arts for this special training.
Registration at 4:30pm.
Register early to guarantee your spot