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Friday, May 21 • 12:00pm - 1:30pm
12 PM ET: An interactive session on ‘Rehearsing Racial Equity’: Towards Anti-Racism and Repair in the Arts

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In this interactive session, editors of the forthcoming volume Rehearsing Racial Equity: A Critical Anthology on Anti-Racism and Repair in the Arts present snippets of their research, process, and embodied actions. In the arts sector, “racial equity” has -- in the last 15 years -- become a central language through which artists, arts administrators, educators, policymakers, and scholars frame their practice. Questions include: What is racial equity in the arts? How has it been historicized, rehearsed, and reimagined? How might reparations more fully achieve calls towards racial equity? Centering these questions, this roundtable presents research on “invisible agreements” of Black arts practitioners within white institutions including code-switching and testimony smothering, the choreographic process of Black ballet dancer Amanda Morgan, historiographies of race and casting at white theatres including colorblind and color-conscious practices, visual artists who reimagine African history, and attempts by museums to decolonize and present antiracist exhibitions.

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avatar for Roxanne Hornbeck, MFA, Editor, Seattle University, Assistant Professor

Roxanne Hornbeck, MFA, Editor, Seattle University, Assistant Professor

Roxy Hornbeck is an academic, artist, producer, and storyteller. Her inquiry methods are grounded in the practice of arts leadership through decolonial and intersectional frameworks. Hornbeck has contributed most recently to MAI: Feminism and Visual Culture and presented pedagogy... Read More →
avatar for Jasmine Mahmoud, Editor, Seattle University, PhD, Assistant Professor

Jasmine Mahmoud, Editor, Seattle University, PhD, Assistant Professor

Jasmine Mahmoud is an urban ethnographer and performance historian who engages contemporary artistic practices, race, policy, and geography. Her fields and interests include: theater and performance studies, political economy, arts and cultural policy, black aesthetics, theories of... Read More →
avatar for Linnea Ingalls, Seattle University, MFA, Washington State Arts Commission

Linnea Ingalls, Seattle University, MFA, Washington State Arts Commission

Linnea Ingalls joined ArtsWA in January 2021 and serves as Community Investments Grants Specialist, supporting the Grants to Organizations and Arts in Education programs. She holds an MFA in Arts Leadership from Seattle University where she studied interactive arts and equity in storytelling... Read More →
avatar for Adetola Abatan, Seattle University, PhD, MFA Student

Adetola Abatan, Seattle University, PhD, MFA Student

Adetola Abatan is a chemical engineer who recently rediscovered her artistic side as a collage artist. She primarily works with paper and fabric to explore ideas of being, becoming and belonging. Most recently her work was featured in the ‘Dance in Collage’ virtual exhibit for... Read More →
avatar for Jackson Cooper, Seattle University, MFA Student

Jackson Cooper, Seattle University, MFA Student

Jackson Cooper is a community centered arts professional and writer. He has served in a variety of capacities across arts mediums since beginning as an intern for North Carolina Theatre at 14. Currently he serves as the Major Gifts Officer for Pacific Northwest Ballet. Previous leadership... Read More →
avatar for Tres McMichael, Seattle University, MFA Student

Tres McMichael, Seattle University, MFA Student

Trés McMichael is an emerging arts leader and performer who is passionate about community engagement, arts education, and social justice. Trés is an alumnus of Elon University, where he graduated with degrees in Music Theatre (BFA) and Arts Administration (BA). While at Elon, Trés... Read More →
avatar for Leah St. Lawrence, Seattle University, MFA Student

Leah St. Lawrence, Seattle University, MFA Student

Leah St. Lawrence is an contemporary culture critic, having written for The Stranger, Arcade Magazine, and The Monday Arts Journal. St. Lawrence’s work focuses on the intersection of curation, digital media, and issues of politics and identity. She is presenting research in equity... Read More →


Friday May 21, 2021 12:00pm - 1:30pm EDT
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