Cultural Equity Forum – #2
3rd Mar 2023
Cultural Equity Forum
With Susuana Amoah, Tuesday 28th March 2023, 4-5pm
This is the second in our series of open digital forums for art workers on cultural equity and social justice as part of our VISUALISE programme. Participants can present and discuss upcoming/work-in-progress projects aimed at improving cultural equity in the contemporary visual arts sector. As well as helping you develop your work, thethis forum aims to enable everyone taking part to be aware of new initiatives, ideas, and directions developing within the contemporary visual arts sector.
What is Cultural Equity
“Cultural equity embodies the values, policies, and practices that ensure that all people—including but not limited to those who have been historically underrepresented based on race/ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, socioeconomic status, geography, citizenship status, or religion—are represented in the development of arts policy; the support of artists; the nurturing of accessible, thriving venues for expression; and the fair distribution of programmatic, financial, and informational resources” (Americans for the Arts)
How do I get involved?
Each presentation is expected to be around 20 minutes in length, followed by a 20-minute open discussion. If you would like to present a project that you are working on please send a max. 250-word project blurb and 100-word bio to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject title Cultural Equity Forum. Submission closing date: 13th March 2023.
About the Facilitator
The Cultural Equity Forum is facilitated by Susuana Amaoh. Susuana, also known as The Black Gallerina is a Brighton-based cultural activist, curator and interdisciplinary artist. Susuana is also currently a PhD researcher at Goldsmiths, University of London, where she is researching decolonial praxis in public contemporary art galleries.
We have a limited number of bursaries to enable unsalaried art workers to attend. Please get in touch for more information.
If you need any reasonable adjustments to enable you to access the session please contact us as soon as possible.
VISUALISE is funded by Arts Council England.
To book your place, please click here.