NACF Addresses Social Change, Art, and Evaluation

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Updated June 14, 2017:

As part of NACF’s ongoing work to advocate for awareness, revitalization and the support of contemporary Native arts and cultures, President/CEO Lulani Arquette will present on two panels while at the 2017 Annual Americans for the Arts Convention in San Francisco, California, June 16-18, 2017.

Friday, June 16, 2:30 – 3:10 pm: Arts & Community: What Native Artists Are Bringing to Social Change

This session addresses issues of advocacy, capacity, community development, equity/diversity/inclusion, engagement, and leadership, and is led by Pam Korza, Co-Director of the Animating Democracy program at Americans for the Arts. Lulani will be joined by John Haworth, Director of the George Gustave Heye Center of the National Museum of the American Indian, NYC.

Friday, June 16, 4:30 – 6:00 pm: The Evolution of Evaluation

Fellow speakers on this panel, also moderated by Americans for the Arts’ Pam Korza, include:

Click here for details on The Evolution of Evaluation. We hope to see you in San Francisco! #aftacon

 

 

About Americans for the Arts

Americans for the Arts is a nonprofit organization which serves, advances, and leads a national network of organizations and individuals who cultivate, promote, sustain, and support the arts in America.

 

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