In her participatory session, dance artist and community organizer Maria Bauman will help us identify and embody our best thinking around how we honor the history and culture of places we visit as teaching artists, arts administrators, and artists in residence. She will also coach participants to consider how race affects our artistic relationships within various communities. She will bring her experiences with MBDance, with The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond, and with Urban Bush Women among others to help address the conference theme. This session is open to everyone, and includes verbal and movement discussion as well as other artistic modes.
This session is part of the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable Day of Learning on Equity and Inclusion.