This session will be discussing how democracy, education, and advocacy are critical for saving the future of the Arts in the United States. From legislation, sources of funding, equity and equality in representation to urban planning and development, the future of the Arts is determined by those who vote, show up, and are ready to learn.
The SOTA Summit Series returns this fall with an interactive, round-table discussion lead by artists whose work explores the ideas of democracy, education, and advocacy in the arts. Join Dr. Daryl Harris as he hosts an engaging conversation with some of Cincinnati's leading artists, students from the NKU School of the Arts, and you! The SOTA Summit Series was created to promote the meaningful discussion of ideas and topics affecting arts disciplines by bringing together students, community members, and working professionals in the arts. Growing together as artists, #sotastrong
This three part series focuses on wellness and health resources as it relates to Womxn, LGBTQ+, and BIPOCcommunities in the arts. The past year has made us painfully aware of our personal health and wellness. But what does the term "wellness" actually mean? Is wellness the same for everyone or are specific communities affected in different ways by stress or other health issues.