GIA Reader, Vol 31, No 3 (Fall 2020/Winter 2021)

GIA Reader, Vol 31, No 3 (Fall 2020/Winter 2021)

Blossom, Mixed media, oil paint on canvas, © 2020 Devon Smillie | @JALJAE

This piece is an illustration of a person of color blossoming and maintaining through introspective disruption. A metaphor for the topic of how Black men think and deal with their own masculinity. The terms in which we see ourselves as a collective monolith can be abrasive to our own personal identity. The end path leading to a blossoming individual.

Contents of GIA Reader, Vol 31, No 3 (Fall 2020/Winter 2021)

Arts Funding Trends

Readings

Arts Funders Should Build Stability and Resilience for Black Artists and Cultural Communities
A Question of (dis)Trust: Lessons When Your Institution Gets Taken Down
San Diego/Tijuana: One Region Two Countries
We Need to Open Better Pathways to Homeownership for Gig Economy Artists and Freelancers
How to Be a Soil Keeper: Regenerative Justice and Whole Systems Care
Reimagining Public Funding to Reflect America’s Most Diverse City