VIRTUAL | Learning and leading in times of trauma: How to establish an anti-racist workplace

Join ArtTable for a participatory webinar on creating an anti-racist workplace culture with consultants and educators, Susan X Jane and Adriele Parker, who specialize in building strategies for diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace. Led by Susan and Adriele, we’ll lean into discomfort, discuss practicing intersectional feminism in the workplace, and take on long-term meaningful action for organizational progression. This event is open to members only with a suggested donation of $15.00. 

How to take part!

  1. Login and Register here
  2. Following registration you will receive call-in information in the form of a ZOOM link
  3. Due to the participatory nature of this event, we ask that you sign in on a laptop or computer.
  4. For further instruction on how to use Zoom, see here.

Susan X Jane
Susan is a skilled trainer and coach with over 25 years of experience working in mission-focused organizations and supporting leaders who are ready to take on the challenge of our times. Read more about Susan’s work here.

Adriele Parker
Adriele is a NY-based consultant who helps tech leaders, teams, and companies improve cultural competency and build more equitable and inclusive spaces. You can learn more about Adriele here.

NY | Conversation: Women Leaders in the Arts

Anne Pastnernak. (Photo: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders); Nathalie Bondil. (Photo: Jean-François Brière); Kaywin Feldman. (Photo: Courtesy of National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.)

This event is free, but please click here to RSVP. Seating is first come, first served. NOTE: The rest of the Museum is closed on this date.

ArtTable in partnership with Artnet and the Brooklyn Museum presents a conversation with women leaders in the arts. 

The directors of three major metropolitan museums—Nathalie Bondil (Montreal Museum of Fine Arts), Kaywin Feldman (National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.), and Anne Pasternak (Brooklyn Museum)—come together to discuss the changing role of museums in the twenty-first century. In a conversation moderated by Alison Stewart, host of WNYC’s live daily show All Of It, the three leaders reflect on their experiences at the helm of encyclopedic museums, explore the challenges museums will face in the future, and consider how cultural institutions can become more accessible, inclusive spaces for community engagement and social justice.

The Brooklyn Museum is committed to making our galleries and programs accessible to everyone. To request accommodations, such as assistive listening devices, ASL interpretation, or open captioning, contact us at access@brooklynmuseum.org.

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State of Art 5/DC: A Conversation

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Join ArtTable and the Smithsonian American Art Museum for the 5th edition of State of Art/DC: A Conversation. State of Art/DC: A conversation is a series of forums about visual arts in the DC region. This series, launched in 2015, aims to make new connections and generate new ideas among visual arts leaders, artists, administrators, and artrepreneurs.in State of Art 5, presenters will respond to the question, ‘What can the arts teach us about progress?’ PechaKucha style.

Presenters include diverse leaders who represent a spectrum of the DC region visual arts sector including museum curators, collectors, artists, community organizers and more. Speakers will be announced weekly starting early August. Follow ArtTable DC on Instagram, @arttable_dc to see speakers as they’re announced leading up to the program. For more information on State of Art/DC: A Conversation, visit stateofartdc.org.

State of Art5/DC: A Conversation is an ArtTable program and is organized in partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum. ArtTable DC is a regional chapter of the national non-profit professional organization for women in the visual arts. The event supports the organization’s mission to foster and promote the visual arts through conversations that raise awareness, support, and diversity.

The Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) is dedicated to collecting, understanding, and enjoying American art. The Museum celebrates the extraordinary creativity of artists whose works reflect the American experience and global connections. Learn more by visiting americanart.si.edu.

The views presented during the program do not necessarily reflect the views of ArtTable or SAAM.

ArtTable is a 501.c.3 organization. All programs are non-refundable.

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