SEPTEMBER 2020 SCHEDULE:

Art + Practice
Lookout FM
Craft Contemporary

ICA LA
NAVEL
Materials & Applications

*scroll to view archived programs




































6° is a two-day, virtual symposium bringing together six L.A. non-profit art organizations. Through dynamic, individually presented programs from the viewpoint of each institution, we aim to begin a collective and open conversation addressing how to dismantle and identify systemic racial inequalities in the art world. Where can we start?


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Making L.A. Arts Education More Equitable
SEPTEMBER 18, 2020 AT 11 AM PST


What are the systematic inequalities in relation to L.A. arts education? How and when do they show up? Three arts professionals involved with various levels of arts education in the city —  K-12, University, and continuing and adult-focused education — will have an informal conversation to showcase their work and personal experience that attempt to overcome these inequalities. Through sharing their own efforts and observations, the panelists will discuss possible tools and strategies others can implement to make arts education more accessible and inclusive for all. A+P’s Exhibitions and Public Programs Manager, Joshua Oduga, will moderate the discussion.


PANELISTS 

Karina Esperanza Yanez
Greetings From South LA
noé olivas
The Crenshaw Dairy Mart
Rebecca Renard-Wilson
LA County Department of Arts and Culture

MODERATOR

Joshua Oduga
Art + Practice



SEPTEMBER 2020 SCHEDULE:

Art + Practice
Lookout FM
Craft Contemporary

ICA LA
NAVEL
Materials & Applications

*scroll to view archived programs





6° is a two-day, virtual symposium bringing together six L.A. non-profit art organizations. Through dynamic, individually presented programs from the viewpoint of each institution, we aim to begin a collective and open conversation addressing how to dismantle and identify systemic racial inequalities in the art world. Where can we start?





6° is a two-day, virtual symposium bringing together six L.A. non-profit art organizations. Through dynamic, individually presented programs from the viewpoint of each institution, we aim to begin a collective and open conversation addressing how to dismantle and identify systemic racial inequalities in the art world. Where can we start? This program was produced by Art + Practice and Craft Contemporary. Thoughts? Get in touch: joshua@artandpractice.org + caroline@craftcontemporary.org