LMCC is offering all grant information sessions virtually this summer. Information session webinars are intended for Manhattan-based artists, groups, and non-profit organizations interested in applying to LMCC’s grant programs.
Past Events of 2021
The New York City Arts in Education Roundtable is working with a number of individual management consultants and financial services professionals to support arts entrepreneurs (including Teaching Artists) as they navigate recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic.
We invite our community members to join us for the following events:
- An open virtual Mindfulness session on July 15 from 4:00pm to 5:15pm ET.
- This session is free and open to all!
Calling in all White Executive Directors in arts education! Your ED colleagues are coming together again in a virtual open space to share out learnings, challenges, and questions around advancing the key priorities of the List of Demands and other anti-racism work in their organizations. Whether your organization is wondering where to start or has done a lot of anti-racism work so far, this space is for all White Executive Directors committed to collective action, resource-sharing, and honest accountability.
This panel discussion will interrogate the systems of Eurocentric educational spaces and their impact on the liberation of BIPOC students, from both a historical and multicultural frame of reference.
The NYC Arts in Education Roundtable and its Teaching Artist Affairs Committee seek to support Teaching Artists and arts educators as they navigate this new frontier of arts education with an entrepreneurial fair. This series is free and open to all. Advanced registration is required. All sessions are 60-90 minutes.
Calling in all white Executive Directors in arts education!
Your ED colleagues are coming together in a virtual open space to share out how they are kicking off the process of completing the organizational audit (Part 1 of the Centering Black Women Aligned Action Worksheet) as well as candidly sharing learnings, challenges, and questions around advancing the key priorities of the List of Demands and other anti-racism work in their organizations.
On Monday, June 1, 2020, the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable hosted an informal Arts Education community meeting in response to the racial violence against Black individuals and communities in our country. We plan to continue hosting regular affinity group spaces to support actively dismantling the systems of racial oppression in our field and beyond.
Wednesday, April 28, 5-6pm ET
Join us for an Information Session designed to walk interested Teaching Artists through the “Empire State Creates” application process and give space to answer questions from the community. A recording of this session will be made available on the Roundtable website. Attendance is encouraged but not required to submit an application.
Join us on April 21 at 6pm EDT to hear from this year’s Mayoral Candidates on how they will move arts and culture forward in our great city. Find more details and register at https://www.ny4ca.org/mayoral-forum.
We will begin to learn more about each other, and work to strengthen all of our communities. This will be the first of multiple dialogues around being in solidarity with the AAPI community, with the intention of acknowledging the past, present, and future effects of White Supremacy, and moving toward a more just, equitable society.