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: Baltimore Museum of Art Earns...
"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
What is Art Accordingly?
Learn more about our podcast, the hosts, and what's to come. Art Accordingly is hosted by the Arts Administrators of Color Network (www.aacdmv.org). ****** Be sure to follow us on social media and subscribe to our podcast!!****** Twitter @artaccordinglypodcast Like our Facebook page: Art Accordingly Podcast Email Us firstname.lastname@example.org