Thu, May 02 | College Street Music Hall

CT Arts Day

Panelists will discuss current practices in which the arts significantly impact the embrace of personal identity, belonging, and community connectivity through perspectives including LGBTQ; Capacity Building for Latinx; Equity and Inclusion for People of Color; Youth Development and Social Justice.
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CT Arts Day

Time & Location

May 02, 2019, 9:00 AM
College Street Music Hall, 238 College St, New Haven, CT 06510, USA

About the Event

Arts Relevancy

What are some diverse pathways of relevancy through the arts? What gaps exist in the current arts landscape related to creating support and opportunities to honor and include these pathways in our work? Panelists will discuss current practices in which the arts significantly impact the embrace of personal identity, belonging, and community connectivity through perspectives including LGBTQ; Capacity Building for Latinx; Equity and Inclusion for People of Color; Youth Development and Social Justice.

The Arts Relevancy discussion will feature:

Patrick Dunn, Director, New Haven Pride Center

Jose Feliciano, Creative Placemaker, Educator and Researcher

Kenneth McClary, Commission Member, Connecticut Commission on Equity and Opportunity

Ivonne Chand O'Neal, Ph.D, Principal, Muse Research

Moderated by Brianna Regine, CEO, Brianna Visionary Consulting

REGISTER HERE; https://www.eventbrite.com/e/connecticut-arts-day-2019-tickets-59856356975

Registration is Closed

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