PULSE: Humanizing the Arts
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About the Event
PULSE is an interactive monthly conversation & workshop series designed for young creatives to explore ways to shape and influence their local arts communities while centering BIPOC voices. It's a space to connect, share experiences, & learn.
Facilitated by Nita Sunday and Erycka Ortiz, the first session of the series will discuss how we destigmatize the "artist" and refine what it means to create art. Who is an artist?
This series is FREE. Pre-registration encouraged.
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Who is PULSE for? PULSE is geared towards visual & performing artists, curators, content producers, arts administrators, and any creatives in the region interested in being a leader in their arts communities while having the opportunity meet other young folk during this work. Open to all, PULSE will center the voices and experiences of BIPOC creatives, as they are often underrepresented in arts spaces in our region.
Other topics of the series will include: Envisioning Our Creative Community Self-care & Mental Health Afrofuturism in the Arts Activism & Social Change. Innovation & Resources Curating the Culture
PULSE is a Bridge Builders program, in partnership between the CT Office of the Arts & the Southeastern CT Cultural Coalition. Facilitated by Nita Sunday of Cultured AF.