Public Art Training Camp: Engaging Equity
October 21 @ 4:00 pm–5:30 pm$10 – $15
The Center for Performance and Civic Practice will lead participants through a dynamic process to define equity within the context of cultural work, challenges in regard to achieving it, and tools needed for building it.
About Michael Rohd
Michael Rohd is a co-founder of Center for Performance and Civic Practice, where he holds the position Lead Artist for Civic Imagination. He is also founding artistic director of the 19 year old national ensemble-based Sojourn Theatre. In 2015, he received an Otto Rene Castillo award for Political Theater and The Robert Gard Foundation Award for Excellence. He is an Institute Professor at Arizona State University’s Herberger Institute for Design & Art and is author of the widely translated book Theatre for Community, Conflict, and Dialogue. He was the 2013-2016 Doris Duke Artist-in-Residence at Lookingglass Theater Company in Chicago.
Recent and current projects include collaborations and productions with Goodman Theater, Bush Foundation, Lincoln Center, Singapore Drama Educators Association, Americans for the Arts, Nashville’s MetroArts, ArtPlace, Cleveland Public Theater, Catholic Charities USA, Cook Inlet Housing Authority Alaska, ASU/Gammage, and Steppenwolf Theater.
About Anu Yadav
Anu Yadav is a critically-acclaimed actress, playwright, educator and cultural worker dedicated to art and social justice. She is a member of the Actor’s Equity Association, the Dramatists Guild, Alternate ROOTS, the Network of Ensemble Theaters and the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, the University of the Poor and was most recently the 2019-2020 Creative Strategist Artist-in-Residence at the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health.
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