Taking Collective Action to Build Community and Fight Racism w/ Daniel Park & Deen Rawlins
White Supremacy is the air that we breathe and present in every aspect of cultural production. This intentional, BIPOC-only affinity group and structured conversation aims to support a community of practice and bolster the work BIPOC artists are already doing to name and interrupt white supremacy in their own artistic practice and sector, while providing a “Brave Space” for discussion. Participants will leave this intensive with a network of activist peers, tools, strategies, and concrete next steps to intentionally build liberatory practices into their own creative practice, including both the creation and performance of artistic work. Daniel Park is a queer, bi-racial, theatre and performance artist whose work combines live performance and game design to create hybrid experiences that explore the boundaries of human agency. Deen Rawlins is an artist-educator who builds workshops that are interactive, accessible, and grounded in a trauma-informed approach.
For BIPOC artists in all disciplines.
Open to artists across Massachusetts.
The cohort for this small-group intensive is selected based on a brief form of interest that is not yet available. If you are interested in participating in this series, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will share the form with you when it’s available.