The Arts and Culture Roundtables return for a three-part series this June.
In this three-part series, we will engage a dynamic dialogue around ways to foster equitable, inclusive, and respectful cross-cultural collaboration within our community. Following the theme Building Bridges, we seek to deepen our understanding of the structural racism that affects us all, to lessen the division, and begin to flourish in the strength of our diversity.
The full series will be presented as a hybrid event to support accessibility across our county. Locations and ways to attend include: in-person in Eugene, watch parties in Florence, or virtually over Zoom
Join local community advocate and educator Eric Richardson, as he calls on participants to reflect on their roles and perspectives within their community and ways to become an active participant in creating equity in society.
(from top left, clockwise) Theresa May, Marta Clifford, Carol Dennis, Stan Coleman; Panelists
Engage with a panel of collaborating artists, which includes Marta Clifford and Theresa May of illioo Native Theatre and Carol Dennis and Stanley Coleman of Minority Voices Theatre, who will bring their lived experience as collaborators and creators within the local community, and answer participant questions in an open, facilitated discussion that builds on the Educational Roundtable.
(from left) Isis Barone and Maree Beers, Facilitators
Wrap up the series with a facilitated community conversation, led by Isis Barone and Maree Beers, where participants can bring their ideas and thoughts inspired by previous Roundtables into a dynamic discussion of ways we can all work to actively take steps toward creating a more open and just collaborative atmosphere right here in Lane County.
We strongly encourage early registration for these events.