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Tue, Dec 15 - 1:00 pm

Equity in Arts Funding

Webinar Details

Category: Arts and Culture

Join the Atlanta Regional Commission for a first look at data on how metro Atlanta’s philanthropic foundations have funded Black arts and cultural organizations over the last 10 years, as well as a conversation about what that funding should look like in the future. The webinar will feature:

  • A look at the data focusing on how foundations have funded organizations led by Black leaders;
  • A conversation with arts and community leaders about the missed opportunities of not funding Black arts organizations – and a look forward to what the possibilities are;
  • A discussion about what philanthropic arts funding in metro Atlanta could look like in 2021 and beyond.

Photo Credit: Atlanta Black Theatre Festival / Photo: Francesca Lowe

Presented:

Tue, December 15, 2020
1:00-3:00 PM

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Speakers
Atiba Mbiwan headshot

Atiba MbiwanExecutive Director, Zeist Family Foundation

Jamil Jude headshot

Jamil JudeArtistic Director, Kenny Leon’s True Color Theatre Company

Lauren Amos

Lauren AmosPresident, Wish Foundation

Ramatu Afegbua-Sabbatt headshot

Ramatu Afegbua-SabbattFounder & Executive Director, Manga African Dance

Susan Grant headshot

Susan GrantBoard Chair, Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta

Ash Nash headshot

Ash NashFounder/CEO, Power Haus Creative

Heather Infantry headshot

Heather InfantryExecutive Director, Generator

Josh Phillipson headshot

Josh PhillipsonPrincipal for Arts, Culture, and Creative Placemaking, Atlanta Regional Commission

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