Creative Business After Hours: Advocacy, Agency, and Anti-Oppression in the Arts [Virtual Panel]
Creative Business After Hours: Advocacy, Agency, and Anti-Oppression in the Arts in partnership with Fort Collins Museum of Discovery [Virtual Panel]
How do artists advocate for themselves in spaces that have limited resources and no real functioning systems of support?
Where do artists go when they have a complaint or need help navigating the space that they are in?
This panel discussion is designed to help the performer and artist navigate these unique business situations and understand what some of the resources available to them are.
As artistic spaces evolve, Full Expression! wants to connect our creative community with individuals who are doing justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion work daily while offering practical ways and resources on how to embody advocacy. Panelists will represent different areas of advocacy ranging from anti-bullying, sexual abuse prevention and education, anti-racism, disability activism and other fields.
This panel is for anyone who identifies as an artist and wants to be part of the conversation. We will offer a facilitated group panel followed by smaller group discussions, as well as an opportunity to network with guests.
This is a FREE event but we ask that you pre-register.
Speaker(s): Josef Canaria (he/him) Program Manager at Michigan Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence Patrice Palmer (They/Them) - CSU Director of Social and Cultural Inclusion in the College of Business Alicia "Lisa" Young (She/Her) - Founder, ShEO, actorvist of IDEA Stages Ben Raanan (He/Him) - Artistic Director at Phamaly Theatre Karen Wong Brown (She/Her) - Founder of Unified Workforce Breakout Moderator: Andrew Magaña (He/Him) - Odell Brewery Maya Jairam (she/her) - owner/founder/consultant at Equity Works, LLC, JEDI Director at Full Expression! A Dance Collective, Creative District Steering committee member, IDEA Stages board member
Co-Sponsor(s): Presented by: Full Expression!, Larimer SBDC, The Downtown Fort Collins Creative District, in partnership with the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery
Fee: No Cost