Arts, culture and the creative sector can offer a voice and a connector to further diversity and inclusion in our workplaces, our communities and in the work we share. How can we take steps forward to do so?

The 2021 Summit featured two sessions on this important topic – a morning panel discussion and an afternoon “deep dive” breakout. Resources, speakers and links area shared for both.

Panel #2 – Building Diversity & Inclusion

Holly T. Bird, Co-Executive Director, Title Track
Craig Hadley, Executive Director, Dennos Museum Center
Vester Waters, Multicultural Recruitment Officer, Interlochen Center for the Arts
Sarah Bearup-Neal, Gallery Manager, Glen Arbor Arts (facilitator)

Link to Recording               Link to Transcript

Breakout B:  Diversity Deep Dive

Kim Kelderhouse
, Leelanau Historical Society & Museum
Bill & Sue Klco, Good Hart Artist Residency
Amanda Kik, Crosshatch Center for Art & Ecology

Link to Recording               Link to Transcript

Link to: Facing Change, Insights from the Amerian Alliance of Museums Diversity, Equity, Accessibility & Inclusion Task Force

Link to: From Generosity to Justice

Link to: Americans for the Arts Cultural Equity Statement

Link to: Harvard University’s Project Implicit (Implicit Biases Tests)

Link to: Honoring Native Land & Honoring Nativge Land Guide

Link to: Privilege Wheel

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