Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

October 31, 2003 by admin
Some things are very dear to me — Such thing as flowers bathed by rain Or patterns traced upon the sea Or crocuses where snow has lain . . . . The iridescence of a gem, The moon's cool opalescent light, Azaleas and the scent of them, And honeysuckles in the night. — African American poet Gwendolyn Bennett, “Sonnet II” 1 Read More...
October 31, 2003 by admin
This essay is based on a key note address given on Tuesday, October 29, 2002. The talk was preceded by a short media presentation that told the story of Angels in America in Charlotte through sound and images. Read More...
April 30, 2002 by admin
As a company built on creative expression, Hallmark Cards has maintained a longstanding commitment to supporting the arts. Hallmark's charitable contributions come from the profits of Hallmark Cards, Inc., and from the Hallmark Corporate Foundation, an endowed foundation funded solely by Hallmark Cards. During the year 2000, arts and culture philanthropy totaled $2,173,897 or 23 percent of the company's overall charitable program. Read More...
May 31, 2001 by admin
Arts in Education Read More...
September 30, 2000 by admin
2000, 122 pages; Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF), Denver Colorado, 303-629-1166. Read More...
September 30, 2000 by admin
In each issue of the Reader we intend to include at least one piece in the voice of an artist. Here we've chosen to reprint writer Irene Borger's interview with choreographer Joanna Haigood, from Force of Curiosity, Borger's interviews with past recipients of the CalArts/Alpert Award in the Arts. It is published here with Borger's permission. Read More...
May 31, 2000 by admin
How can the arts promote positive social change? That's what the staff and board of the Kentucky Foundation for Women wanted to find out. We thought we knew. Or at least we thought we had a pretty good idea. After all, our mission is to promote positive social change through varied feminist expression in the arts, and we have been around for fifteen years. Read More...