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This podcast serves as a self-guided walking tour through the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Fort Greene, Clinton Hill and Wallabout, focusing on the area's rich history of Black artists. The recorded version of the tour was produced by Femme Vocale and features the voice talents of Crystal Sershen and Dave Fennoy.
 
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Conversations about arts venues in Seattle's Central District neighborhood led to stories of creation, loss and preservation. The first season of the Black Arts Legacies podcast started as a story about arts spaces. Specifically, in four episodes, listeners have explored the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, the James and Janie Washington …
 
Though the Madrona theater closed in 1980, several artists trace their current work to its heyday. Black Arts/West had slow beginnings. When Douglas Barnett opened the theater in 1969, there was nothing else like it. Its mission to "Educate, Enlighten, and Entertain" by making accessible theater for and about Black people first required appealing t…
 
The Central District institution has a complicated backstory and an important role to play for Seattle's Black arts community. The historic Colman School building at 23rd and Madison in Seattle’s Central District has lived many lives. It has been a school, the site of the longest occupation of a public building in U.S. history and the African Ameri…
 
The late couple's Craftsman house in Seattle's Central District is now a cultural center that inspires the next generation of creatives. The Craftsman-style house at 1816 26th Ave. in Seattle’s Central District is more than a house. It is a museum. And, because of the hindsight, insight and foresight of two Seattleites who loved both art and their …
 
Transformed by a 1960s urban relief program, the former synagogue has fostered generations of Black artists even as the neighborhood around it changes. For the first half of the 20th century, the building at the southeast corner of 17th Avenue South and East Yesler Way in Seattle’s Central District housed a Jewish synagogue. But by the late ’60s, t…
 
Coming June 1, 2022When Black artists talk about why they chose to build a career in Seattle, several places come up over and over. Each is regarded with deep love and passion. And each place is full of stories that deserve telling. That is why Crosscut is producing a podcast devoted to those places as part of Black Arts Legacies, a major multimedi…
 
Quanice sits down with Karla Estela Rivera (@kestelarivera) to discuss issues happening in the Chicago arts sector, partnering with Lin-Manuela Miranda (@lin_manuel), voyeurism in field, and making sure folks of the global majority protect our necks! Links: Steppenwolf Theatre’s New Arts and Education Center is a ‘love letter to Chicago’ - https://…
 
Quanice sits down with Tellie Simpson (@agirlinamuseumworld) to discuss grown ass adults destroying students’ art because they felt “attacked”, archiving family history, and “taking our talents back to south beach”....all while sippin' wine! Links: Groundswell School Incident - https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/education/ny-ps-295-school-mural-d…
 
Quanice sits down with Ashraf Hasham, Funding Programs Manager and Youth Arts Manager for the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture, to discuss accountability, breaking down barriers in a government arts agency, and the great resignation…all while sipping wine. Links: Anti-Black Discrimination and Toxic Workplaces Are All Too Common in the Arts Admini…
 
Quanice sits down with Jen Deerinwater, Founding Executive Director of Crushing Colonialism, to discuss repatriation, capitalism, unity amongst the global majority, and burning this motherf*cker down…all while sipping wine. Links: Jen Deerinwater's Linktree - https://linktr.ee/CrushingColonialism Skeletons in the Closet: the Smithsonian’s Native Am…
 
Quanice sits down with Garrett McQueen (@garrettmcqueen) from the Trilloquy Podcast to discuss his work being a content creator, being Black in the classical music world, and why we need to need to strive for freedom and liberation. Links: Sound of 13 GarrettMcQueen.com Trilloquy Baltimore Symphony Orchestra rebukes flutist over social media posts …
 
Quanice sits down with Courtney Harge, Chief Executive Officer of Of/By/For All to discuss revolutionary joy, the harm and gaslighting that occurs in arts and culture institutions, and self care…all while not sipping wine because I had to study afterward. Also, apparently what Quanice says on the podcast is racist to white people… THE CAUCASITY! PH…
 
In this unreleased Art Accordingly interview, Quanice and Joshua speak to Dasha Kelly Hamilton from Still Waters Collective about self efficacy, how we view ourselves as creatives, and survive as someone who is drive by mission in an ecosystem that says they are mission-drive but isn't. PHEW CHILE.BAAB Culture által
 
Quanice sits down with Cori Dioquino, co-executive director of the Baltimore Asian Pasifika Arts Collective to discuss tokenism, cross-community solidarity, and the formula used by the media that pits folks from the global majority against one another... all while drinking wine. Special thanks goes to our sponsor Blk Girl Big World Links: A Dr. Seu…
 
In this unapologetic (bonus) episode, Quanice sits down with Ahava Silkey-Jones (@ahavasilkeyjones) of Davinci Academy of Arts and Science, Jenna Gabriel (@jennaegabriel) of Virginia Commonwealth University, and Michael Jones of Professional Theater and Dance Youth Academy to discuss the "Equity in the Arts Can't Wait" letter and what larger arts i…
 
Welcome to the premiere of BAAB! This month's special guest is Durell Cooper from Cultural Innovation Group. In this premiere episode, Quanice and Durell talk Emily Johnson, spirit-murdering, and cancel culture all while finishing a bottle of wine. Special thanks goes to our sponsor Blk Girl Big World Links: NYT: Is NY Arts Diversity Plan Working? …
 
The BAAB Premiere episode is coming out on Tuesday and I had to do an unapologetically impromptu episode today. Mercury is definitely in microbraids! This is not a full episode but a random impromptu episode where I talk about things that all happened on February 13th - TODAY and it's only 5:00pm!BAAB Culture által
 
Quanice and Josh start the new year off right and chat with Miguel Maltos Gonzales (Curator and principal artist, LTNX artes) to talk about his journey in the arts, the unique relationships across Washington state, and creating community for folks who are underrepresented. The thoughts/views expressed by the co-hosts of Art Accordingly are their ow…
 
Quanice and Josh update folks on the Lena Horne prize, talk conference diversity in a box, "Slave Play" drama, and so much more. They then chat with Durell Cooper (CEO of Cultural Innovation Group) to talk about his journey in the arts, the problem of privilege, and his work to tell the stories of the folks of color changing the game. The thoughts/…
 
Quanice and Josh sit down with Jada Wright-Greene to talk about her journey in the arts, her work in preserving Black museums around the country, and how we can all do the same. Quanice and Josh also dive deep and talk the AAC Annual Convening, follow up on both PBS and MoMa, creating space for POCs and non-POCs showing up, and go off on folks givi…
 
"The field has not embraced the idea of deconstructing itself. If it deconstructs itself it would reconstruct itself as something even greater.” Quanice sits down with Lecolion Washington to talk his journey in the arts, thoughtful disruption, and both finding AND creating composers of color.Arts Administrators of Color Network által
 
"The arts are not just enrichment. The arts are not just a vehicle by which kids are going to achieve better. It’s part of the human experience.” Quanice sits down with Sofia Fojas to talk about her journey in the arts, building bridges between teachers and teaching artists, and incorporating social justice in education. Quanice and Josh also dive …
 
Quanice and Josh wrapped up season one of Art Accordingly live at Smith Public Trust in Washington, D.C.! Our special guests for this live season finale episode were Shruthi Mukund (Group Sales & Grassroots Marketing Manager at Strathmore) during our round table discussion and our Social Justice Warrior in Action, Ruby Lopez Harper (Director of Loc…
 
Quanice and Josh presented Art Accordingly live at the Arts Equity Summit in Boston! Our special guest for this bonus episode was Karen Young - community builder, performer, social practice artist and founding director of the Genki Spark (http://thegenkispark.org). She shares her story as a third generation Japanese and Chinese American, reckoning …
 
Quanice and Josh have some questions and need some answers. In this episode, they talk the lessons we can learn from Amazon's drama and the Steve Harvey/Mo'Nique battle, saying Black when you mean Black, filling in research gaps, and the MoMa's impending summer closure. PLUS, we talk to this month's Social Justice Warrior in Action - Aaron Dworkin …
 
This bonus episode of Art Accordingly was recorded live on February 1, 2019 at the SphinxConnect conference in Detroit with special guest Stanford Thompson, Founder/Executive Director - Play On, Philly and Dean of the Sphinx LEAD program. The thoughts/views expressed by the co-hosts of Art Accordingly are their own and not on behalf of the Arts Adm…
 
Quanice and Josh are talking COINS. In this episode, they unpack how Fyre Festival can provide a lesson for all arts organizations, how funders may tend to benefit the same ol' same ol', owning your own racism/bias, and talk about how 2019 is already wearing them OUT. PLUS, we talk to this month's Social Justice Warrior in Action - Eddie Torres, pr…
 
This bonus episode of Art Accordingly was filmed live on December 14th at the National Performance Network conference in Pittsburgh with special guests Arielle Julia Brown and Mauricio Tafur Salgado, both of the Remember 2019 project. Remember 2019 The episode has been edited for time and to preserve the privacy of attendees in the room. Remember 2…
 
Quanice and Josh celebrate the coming of a new year! In this episode, they talk the Whitney's board of directors, "Green Book" and erasure, checks and balances, how Google's got the answers and sweet tea! For our "Social Justice Warrior in Action Segment," Stephanie Johnson-Cunningham (of Museum Hue) joins them to talk about the important and diffi…
 
Quanice and Josh are sick & tired of being sick & tired. In this episode, they talk censorship, challenge museums on the ownership of indigenous art, put together a search party for missing salaries on job listings, and wonder what it'd take for organizations who get it wrong to just own up to the foolishness. For our "Social Justice Warrior in Act…
 
Quanice and Josh are frustrated. Really frustrated. In this episode, they dive into the complexity of white women taking space in culturally specific institutions and then the people of color who co-sign it, white folks who can't stand to watch Black folks just live, the Trump administration and trans erasure, and the critique of white consultants …
 
Quanice and Josh try to untangle messy situations with Cal State Long Beach's University Art Museum and Afropunk, reflect on intent versus impact, while challenging folks to step up and start walking the walk.They are joined by María López De León, the President and CEO of the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC), to dig into wh…
 
In this episode, Quanice and Josh chat it up about unpaid internships, out of office emails, disrespectful theatre-goers, getting Nazis out of D.C., and how words truly mean things. They are joined by Roberta Uno, Executive Director of Arts in a Changing America, to dive into the institutionalization of diversity, equity, and inclusion and getting …
 
Consider this! Join Quanice and Joshua as they talk arts research, "vibrant" arts cities, academia, and language with Dr. Antonio Cuyler, Professor at Florida State University. #WholeFoodsisTrash #VibrantArtsCommunities #ArtsandResearch #ArtsandAcademia #Morals SMU's National Center for Arts Research (NCAR) Releases Fourth Annual List of Most Arts-…
 
Quanice and Joshua unravel what DEI actually is from a decolonizing lens with Annalisa Dias, a macrocasm of creativity. People are still out here #apololying to us! #Theystillapololie #ByeMuny #BeAnAdvocate #SpeakUp #BeStrategic Talking Back: A Protest of Yellowface at the MUNY: https://www.americantheatre.org/2018/06/22/talking-back-a-protest-of-y…
 
Quanice predicted this episode theme before we even recorded…her spirit was right! Join Joshua and Quanice as they explore what it actually means to have a true commitment to DEI and decolonization in the arts as they speak Step Afrika!’s Founder and Executive Director C. Brian Williams. It’s all about taking risks, boo. #TakeARisk #Apololying #Apo…
 
It's episode 2! Quanice and Joshua discuss the DC police department training at the National Museum of African American History and Culture. They also chat with Colby Thornton, Director of Employment Equity and Consulting at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts about the HR (human resources) side of the arts. #WeNeedReceipts #ArtAccor…
 
It's the first episode!!! Quanice and Joshua discuss what's going on in the arts world with Denise Saunders Thompson, President and CEO of the International Association of Blacks in Dance, answer some listener questions, and give tips on how to move forward in the work. #DoTheWork #ArtAccordingly Follow us on social media! Facebook: Art Accordingly…
 
Learn more about our podcast, the hosts, and what's to come. Art Accordingly is hosted by the Arts Administrators of Color Network (www.aacdmv.org). ****** Be sure to follow us on social media and subscribe to our podcast!!****** Twitter @artaccordinglypodcast Like our Facebook page: Art Accordingly Podcast Email Us artaccordinglypodcast@gmail.com…
 
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