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Art & Society Census Working Group

NEW DATE & TIME

April 16, 23, 30 + May 7// Fridays at Noon

Working groups are free, facilitated courses, meeting once per week online for the month of April. Register for this first event and you are registered for the entire course.  For questions or to get on a waiting list once registration is closed, please email [email protected]


We’ve received the first wave of responses from the Art & Society Census, a project dedicated to hearing about what you desire from arts and culture. We’ve invited experienced Facilitators to lead virtual public working groups, focusing on specific issues based on popular interest. 

For the first two weeks, this working group will focus on Encounters. The second two weeks will focus on Visioning, imagining the kinds of arts experiences and spaces we want.

A public event in June with leaders from the arts & culture field will share the results of these discussions. 

Encounters 

Key questions: How do we enter cultural space and what do we find when we get there? Do you feel welcomed or watched? How can arts and cultural institutions meet us where we are? How do we learn the unspoken rules of entering a museum or art space--or change them altogether? 

More Info About Art & Society Census

About the Facilitator

Jennifer Keeney Sendrow is the Executive Producer for Multiplatform Content at New York Public Radio, home to WNYC and WQXR, New York’s flagship public radio and classical music stations. There, she curates the programming in its street level live performance venue and broadcast studio, The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, and leads WNYC Studios’ internationally recognized annual festival for women in audio,Werk It. Earlier in her career, Sendrow held positions as a writer, reporter, and producer at WNYC, Sirius XM, Martha Stewart Living, Guide Michelin, Not For Tourists, and Explorer Guides. Sendrow holds a B.A. in literature from New York University and completed a Fulbright year studying politics at the University of Aarhus, Denmark.

Art & Society Census is funded by the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation’s Innovation Fund.

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