Know When to Walk Away
Quanice and Josh are sick & tired of being sick & tired. In this episode, they talk censorship, challenge museums on the ownership of indigenous art, put together a search party for missing salaries on job listings, and wonder what it'd take for organizations who get it wrong to just own up to the foolishness. For our "Social Justice Warrior in Action Segment," Carla Du Pree joins them for a discussion across many topics including when to walk away in fulfillment of an artistic life.
Quanice and Josh are frustrated. Really frustrated. In this episode, they dive into the complexity of white women taking space in culturally specific institutions and then the people of color who co-sign it, white folks who can't stand to watch Black folks just live, the Trump administration and trans erasure, and the critique of white consultants profiting from equity/inclusion work. For our "Social Justice Warrior in Action Segment," Ron Muriera joins them for a discussion around his...
'Bout That Life
Quanice and Josh try to untangle messy situations with Cal State Long Beach's University Art Museum and Afropunk, reflect on intent versus impact, while challenging folks to step up and start walking the walk.They are joined by María López De León, the President and CEO of the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC), to dig into why advocacy and research can help combat funding inequities. #laurenwoods #NALAC #MariaLopezDeLeon #LatinxArts #IntentvsImpact...
Words Mean Things
In this episode, Quanice and Josh chat it up about unpaid internships, out of office emails, disrespectful theatre-goers, getting Nazis out of D.C., and how words truly mean things. They are joined by Roberta Uno, Executive Director of Arts in a Changing America, to dive into the institutionalization of diversity, equity, and inclusion and getting courageous by getting uncomfortable. #WordsMeanThings #WatchYourLanguage #NoNazisNoKKKNoFacistUSA Follow Roberta Uno & Arts in a Changing...
For Your Consideration
Consider this! Join Quanice and Joshua as they talk arts research, "vibrant" arts cities, academia, and language with Dr. Antonio Cuyler, Professor at Florida State University. #WholeFoodsisTrash #VibrantArtsCommunities #ArtsandResearch #ArtsandAcademia #Morals SMU's National Center for Arts Research (NCAR) Releases Fourth Annual List of Most Arts-vibrant Cities in the U.S.: Follow us on social media!
Quanice and Joshua unravel what DEI actually is from a decolonizing lens with Annalisa Dias, a macrocasm of creativity. People are still out here #apololying to us! #Theystillapololie #ByeMuny #BeAnAdvocate #SpeakUp #BeStrategic Talking Back: A Protest of Yellowface at the MUNY: Follow us on social media!
Quanice predicted this episode theme before we even recorded…her spirit was right! Join Joshua and Quanice as they explore what it actually means to have a true commitment to DEI and decolonization in the arts as they speak Step Afrika!’s Founder and Executive Director C. Brian Williams. It’s all about taking risks, boo. #TakeARisk #Apololying #ApologizeLater #WhiteMen Washingtonian's 'I Am Not A Tourist' Campaign Stirs Controversy for Lacking Diversity: Follow us on social media!
We Need Receipts
It's episode 2! Quanice and Joshua discuss the DC police department training at the National Museum of African American History and Culture. They also chat with Colby Thornton, Director of Employment Equity and Consulting at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts about the HR (human resources) side of the arts. #WeNeedReceipts #ArtAccordingly DC Police Department Training Article: Follow us on social media!
Do the Work!
It's the first episode!!! Quanice and Joshua discuss what's going on in the arts world with Denise Saunders Thompson, President and CEO of the International Association of Blacks in Dance, answer some listener questions, and give tips on how to move forward in the work. #DoTheWork #ArtAccordingly Follow us on social media! Email us your questions! email@example.com
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