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The James Irvine Foundation’s New California Arts Fund presents the panel discussion Governance for Social Impact with California Shakespeare Theater, Oakland Museum of California, and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer-produced HowlRound TV at howlround.tv Wednesday, November 2 at 1:15pm EDT (New York) / 10:15am PDT (Los Angeles) / 12:15am CDT (Chicago) / 17:15 GMT-UTC (London).
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The Governance for Social Impact panel discussion explores equity, relevance, and the need for new governance models at cultural institutions.
Four cross-sector leaders and innovators will discuss the future of governance in non-profit and community-based cultural organizations as part of a day-long convening of trustees and directors from California museums, theatres, and performing arts groups.
The panelists are:
Roberto Bedoya, cultural affairs manager for the City of Oakland, innovator, thought leader, and champion of art-based civic engagement projects and creative placemaking.
Judy Belk, president and CEO of The California Wellness Foundation, and a frequent writer and speaker on organizational ethics, race, and social change.
Cedric Brown, chief of community engagement at the Kapor Center for Social Impact, working to increase diverse representation in the high-tech sector.
Jeff Chang, director of the Stanford Institute for Diversity in the Arts and author of numerous works on culture and race in the U.S., including a new collection of essays, We Gon’ Be Alright: Notes on Race and Resegregation (Picador, September 2016).
The event is presented by The James Irvine Foundation’s New California Arts Fund. It was developed by leaders from California Shakespeare Theater, Oakland Museum of California, and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, with planning support from Socius Group. It will be moderated by Diedra Barber, lead facilitator at Scheier & Barber + Group.
The livestreamed panel discussion will kick off a day-long convening exploring the need for cultural institutions to reimagine the roles and operating practices of their governing boards. As arts organizations pivot to become more equitable, inclusive, and relevant, there is a growing sense of urgency—and opportunity—to consider governance strategies that advance these goals.
Governance for Social Impact was conceived to bring board members directly into the conversation about equity and relevance, and to explore how governing boards can and should be part of efforts to engage diverse communities. The event will address questions such as:
Given the evolving role of the arts nonprofit within our communities, how will an effective board look and behave differently?
How do we resolve our dependence on our boards as fundraisers as we ensure they represent our full communities?
What new governance strategies have been tried—within the arts sector and beyond—and what lessons can we learn? Do we need to make modest changes or create a new governance model?
How do we initiate and sustain new approaches to governance? What can we do today, and what do we need to prepare to do in the future?
About The James Irvine Foundation’s New California Arts Fund
In California, 16 cultural institutions are part of a vanguard that is forging a new vision for the nonprofit arts sector. As part of The James Irvine Foundation’s New California Arts Fund, these organizations are working to make their programming more diverse and accessible, build new relationships with audiences and collaborators, diversify staff and grow new cultural competencies, develop new funding strategies, and more.
About HowlRound TV
HowlRound TV is a global, commons-based peer-produced, open access livestreaming and video archive project stewarded by HowlRound, a knowledge commons by and for the theatre, arts, and cultural community. The channel is at howlround.tv and is a free and shared resource for live events and performances relevant to the world’s live arts fields. Its mission is to break geographic isolation, promote resource sharing, and to develop our knowledge commons collectively. Follow and use hashtag #howlround in Twitter to participate in a community of peers revolutionizing the flow of information, knowledge, and access in our field. Our community uses the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0). Become a producer and co-produce with us by contacting @HowlRoundTV on Twitter, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling Vijay Mathew at +(1) 917.686.3185. Host a watch party and let us know about it. Click here to see past programming.
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