In Whom We Trust V: Theatre Governing Boards in 2013 (downloadable pdf) by Zannie Giraud Voss, Juliana Rogers, Laurie Baskin and Ilana B. Rose for the Theatre Communications Group. Preview: How do you collaborate with your Board of Directors? Researchers conclude:… Read more ›
Making Meaningful Connections: Characteristics of Arts Groups that Engage New and Diverse Participants
Making Meaningful Connections: Characteristics of Arts Groups that Engage New and Diverse Participants (downloadable pdf) by Holly Sidford, Alexis Frasz and Marcelle Hinand for Focus: Arts Engagement Research. Preview: Researchers asked Which arts organizations are most effectively engaging diverse populations and what can we… Read more ›
Creative Equity: A Practical Approach to the Actor’s Copyright (downloadable pdf) by Sarah Howes for the Mitchell Hamline Law Review. An exploration of the current legal battles fought and not fought by Actor’s Equity Association and non-union actors, and the state… Read more ›
You Have to Want It: Diversity in Ensemble Theatres (downloadable pdf) by Monty Cole. When asked by six different theatre companies in one week “How do I diversify my theatre’s ensemble?” Monty Cole takes to Howl Round to write a thorough… Read more ›
Yes and No: Conversations About Thriving with Artists of Color in the Twin Cities, a report for the McKnight Foundation. Interviewees were asked “What does it mean for you to thrive as a working artist of color?” “Are you thriving now?” “What do you need to… Read more ›
Two Sides of the Same Coin: Balancing Workplace Diversity Initiatives and Nondiscrimination Laws (downloadable pdf) created by Megan Anderson & Sarah Duniway of Gray Plant Mooty and Alfonso Wenker of the MN Council on Foundations. Focuses on diversity of Boards and also Affirmative Action… Read more ›
Steady Growth and Big Changes Ahead: The Regional Forecast to 2040 from Metro Stats. Statistics on job growth and demographic shifts in the Twin Cities in the next two decades.
I’m a black actor. Here’s how inequality works when you’re not famous. by Bear Bellinger for Vox. Recounting his own experiences with auditioning and performing for stage and television, Bear sounds the call for more diverse environments.
Employer’s Guide to Integrating Immigrants into the Workplace (downloadable pdf) by the Ottowa Chamber of Commerce. From our neighbors to the north, this guide contains a lot of tips for working across and through cultural differences, for preparing your workplace to… Read more ›
Eliminating Bias: Working Effectively with your Muslim Clients and Colleagues (downloadable pdf) by Council on American-Islamic Relations Minnesota. A powerpoint covering the basics of Islam as well as workplace implications for Muslim employees and clients. Preview: