March 6th, 2018 | Joe's Pub at the Public Theater | NYC Gunshot Medley by Dionna Michelle Daniel featuring Morgan Camper and Derek Jackson
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Join us to chart shifting demographics with art that fearlessly responds to an ever-changing USA. Arts in a Changing America (ArtChangeUS) at the California Institute of the Arts joins Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA), Youth Speaks, CultureStr/ke, and the Institute for Diversity in the Arts at Stanford University in welcoming you to Northern California — where visionary community-minded arts practice has long shaped national agendas. ArtChangeUS REMAP will convene artists and change makers April 15th – 16th at YBCA, a leader in generating art that moves and inspires meaningful shifts in civic practice.
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March 6th, 2018 | Joe's Pub at the Public Theater | NYC Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue by Quiara Alegría Hudes featuring Alejandro Hernandez, Naomi Lorrain, Margaret Odette, and Christina Pumariega
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March 6th, 2018 | Joe's Pub at the Public Theater | NYC Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary by Marissa Chibas featuring Marissa Chibas
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March 6th, 2018 | Joe's Pub at the Public Theater | NYC OPENING REMARKS Darren Walker President, Ford Foundation Roberta Uno, Editor & Director, ArtChangeUS
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ROOTS Lounge Live at the Historic Hippodrome Theater will include a special performance by Climbing PoeTree featuring Truthworker Theatre Company presented by ArtChangeUS. Additional performances by Truthworker Theatre Company. Teens With A Purpose, and The Graduates. ArtChangeUS REMAP: Richmond will bring together activists, artists and changemakers at the University of Richmond Downtown. In conjunction with ROOTS Weekend-Richmond: Creating a World Without Prisons (April 20-23), the convening will elevate ideas, voices, and collective action taking place nationally addressing the systems of youth and adult incarceration, and immigrant detention. Richmond, on the Powhatan (James) River on Powhatan land, sits at the crossroads of U.S. government and commerce. Since 2000, 75% of Virginia’s population growth has come from residents of color and combined with Washington, D.C. and Maryland, the region is home to three of ten cities with the highest percentages of African Americans in the U.S. Within this context, featured artists and changemakers will share innovative arts-based experiences and ideas for narrative shifting, movement building, and impacting local and national policy. Friday, April 21- Sunday, April 23: ROOTS Weekend-Richmond Creating a World Without Prisons is the fifth of six regional gatherings that Alternate ROOTS is convening throughout the South from 2015-2017. Through the theme of Creating a World Without Prisons, and in partnership with ArtChangeUS, ART 180, and RIHD, we take a close, critical look at the U.S. prison industrial complex – the largest system of incarceration in the world. ROOTS Weekend-Richmond aims to lift up artist-activists who are working towards a world where prisons are a thing of the past. ROOTS Weekend-Richmond brings together artists, cultural workers, formerly incarcerated people and their families, law enforcement, criminal justice workers, faith communities, reformers, and abolitionists, to engage in deep dialogue, make art together, and learn from one another. Exploring the prison system broadly – from its roots in colonization and slavery, to its impact on communities of color, low income communities, young people, LGBTQ folks, and immigrants – we share strategies that bring about its end while building strength, health, and safety in communities most impacted by incarceration. https://artsinachangingamerica.org/artchangeus-remap-richmond/
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Arts in a Changing America (ArtChangeUS) launched October 26th, 2015 in New York City in a landmark event hosted by the Ford Foundation. This effort, led by Roberta Uno and based out of the California Institute of the Arts, is creating a vast network of relevant organizations, artists, scholars, idea producers, and resource people across sectors to reframe the national arts conversation at the intersection of arts and social justice. Through a carefully curated series of special events, performances, presentations and conferences, ArtChangeUS serves as an urgently needed catalyst that brings unheard, leadership voices in the arts to the forefront of social discourse, arts production, and community change.
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An introduction to our Cultural Community Benefits Principals Toolkit by Creative Many Director of Creative Industries Cézanne Charles at ArtChangeUS REMAP: Twin Cities, September 25, 2018.
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March 6th, 2018 | Joe's Pub at the Public Theater | NYC Standoff at Hwy#37 by Vickie Ramirez featuring Ty Defoe, Jake Hart, Dawn Jamieson, Naomi Lorrain, Sera-Lys McArthur, and Chris Wight
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March 6th, 2018 | Joe's Pub at the Public Theater | NYC The Wong Street Journal by Kristina Wong featuring Non Kuramoto
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Join us October 6 – 7, 2016 for ArtChangeUS REMAP: Detroit in partnership with the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures’ NALAC MI Latinx Art Summit, the Arab American National Museum, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History (The Wright), Complex Movements, and Creative Many. ArtChangeUS REMAP: Detroit will bring together artists and changemakers at The Wright and throughout the city to explore how communities are remapping America and transforming the arts.
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