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Thursday, April 29 • 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Call and Response: Innovative Thinkers Propose Radical Solutions

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During this TEDx-style presentation, three speakers will share their insights on how individual, organizational, and community resilience impacts the field of arts education. Each presenter will offer a radical theory of change inspired by the four pillars of the Roundtable’s Strategic Plan: Professional Development; Equity, Access, and Inclusion; Advocacy for Arts Education; and Sustainability for Arts Education. Following the presentation, attendees will break out into small groups to create actionable goals for their individual practice and the field at large. The event’s objective is for participants to walk away with an individual theory of change and for the Roundtable to better understand how it can support our members and the field at large.

This Face to Face 2021 session will include live ASL interpretation and Zoom Closed Captioning.

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Rachel & Rebecca Crouch

These Chicago natives were born of the seasoned and inspiring brush stroke of artist and mother, Dianne Crouch. As children, they were immediately immersed into the world of art and had no choice but to develop that natural born aptitude. They both produce work in varied media using... Read More →
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Monae Freeman

Community Organizer at Pennie's Pantry, Education Coordinator at Brooklyn Arts Council
Monae Freeman is an arts administrator, cultural producer and activist dedicated to uplifting the voices of historically marginalized artists, encouraging them to realize their full creative potential. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, she received her B.A. in International Economics... Read More →
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Sara Morgulis

Director of Programs at Actionplay, Director of Education at New York City Children's Theater
Sara Morgulis is an educator, theatremaker, and consultant. She is the Director of Education at New York City Children's Theater, where she leads with her personal mission of engaging New York City students through accessible and inclusive theatre practices. She is an Adjunct Faculty... Read More →
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Ayesha Williams

Deputy Director, The Laundromat Project
Ayesha Williams is the deputy director of The Laundromat Project (The LP), a New York-based organization dedicated to making sustained investments in growing a community of multiracial, multigenerational, and multidisciplinary artists and neighbors committed to societal change by... Read More →

Thursday April 29, 2021 4:00pm - 6:00pm EDT
Zoom Meeting