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RESIST!

How Artists Can Survive and Strategize Under the New Regime

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The policies of the new administration and their subsequent ripple effects will undoubtedly place additional pressure on members of the arts sector to make, fund and advocate for their work.

In response, Intersection for the Arts invites artists, arts professionals, arts organizations and the broader community to attend a discussion on Saturday, March 25th about how to strategize for the times ahead. Led by a panel of experts in arts advocacy, professional development, grantmaking and arts policy, our aim is twofold: to equip attendees with practical information, and to create space for a broader conversation about the role of the artist and arts organization during times of political upheaval. 

How does a changing political landscape impact the arts sector? How do artists and organizations plan for these changes? What are some ways in which members of the arts community can meaningfully advocate for themselves and one another? 

Folks are encouraged to bring questions, network and share resources with one another. All are welcome.

Panelists:
Marc Vogl 
Ebony McKinney
Jan Masaoka
Moderated by Lexa Walsh

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RESIST!

The policies of the new administration and their subsequent ripple effects will undoubtedly place additional pressure on members of the arts sector to make, fund and advocate for their work.

In response, Intersection for the Arts invites artists, arts professionals, arts organizations and the broader community to attend a discussion on Saturday, March 25th about how to strategize for the times ahead. Led by a panel of experts in arts advocacy, professional development, grantmaking and arts policy, our aim is twofold: to equip attendees with practical information, and to create space for a broader conversation about the role of the artist and arts organization during times of political upheaval. 

How does a changing political landscape impact the arts sector? How do artists and organizations plan for these changes? What are some ways in which members of the arts community can meaningfully advocate for themselves and one another? 

Folks are encouraged to bring questions, network and share resources with one another. All are welcome.

Panelists:
Marc Vogl 
Ebony McKinney
Jan Masaoka
Moderated by Lexa Walsh

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Saturday 03/25/2017

1:00PM PST

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2:30PM PST


Intersection for the Arts
901 Mission Street, Suite 306
San Francisco, CA 94103

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