SEPTEMBER 2020 SCHEDULE:

Art + Practice
Lookout FM
Craft Contemporary

ICA LA
NAVEL
Materials & Applications

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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?


STREAMING LIVE FROM LOS ANGELES!




Support for Coalitions / Coalitions for Support
SEPTEMBER 18, 2020 AT 4 PM PST

In Los Angeles, the coalition model works effectively in more ways than one. L.A.-based coalitions help create proximity among organizations and individuals within a sprawling geographic area. They also help affirm the presence of often overlooked cultural forces across different creative sectors. This session can be experienced as an audio recording. Turn it on and listen to interviews with leaders of recently formed coalitions in our city that specifically focus on obtaining financial support for individuals and small arts organizations. In this session, we’ll hear about the urgency and strategies behind forming a coalition so that, in alliance, unheard voices in the cultural choir are heard.


A suggested exercise while listening would be to create a list of ideas or a record of thoughts about the topic. If you would like, email your document to learning@theicala.org. The discussion can continue after the active 6° session ends.



SPEAKERS

Gustavo Herrera
Executive Director, Arts for LA
Betty Avila
Executive Director, Self Help Graphics

Sophia Flood
LA Art Workers Relief Fund


MODERATOR

Asuka Hisa
Director of Learning and Engagement, ICA LA



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