About the Gathering
For seven years, artEquity has been building a base of individuals working toward culture change in their organizations and communities. It has been four years since the last time artEquity convened a group of these changemakers in person, and since then the COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us of the power and joy of human interaction.
Those who attended our 2018 National Facilitator Training in New Orleans enjoyed the city so much, we had to come back and invite the rest of our network. It’s time to reunite, to exchange knowledge and experience with one another, and to connect across regions and organizations. To date, we have been engaging discrete cohorts of artists + activists. Now, we want to bring everyone together, strategically overlapping these cohorts for a 3-day series of rolling in-person moments in service of strengthening this base of changemakers in the arts and culture sector (and beyond)!
We hope you will join fellow alumni from artEquity’s BIPOC Leadership Circle, National Facilitator Training, and National Board Training and many other community members for a weekend of collaboration, wellness, and visioning the future of justice!
The gathering will take place Thursday, April 20 - Sunday, April 23, 2023 in New Orleans, LA.
Who are we partnering with?
We are thrilled to announce that one of our primary New Orleans-based partners for the gathering will be theatre company No Dream Deferred NOLA! artEquity is grateful to all of its on-site partners in New Orleans. Click the images below to learn more about these organizations and venues
There is still room for you to join us! While the registration deadline for the Alumni Gathering was April 3, if you are requesting registration after April 3rd, we ask that you contact us at
email@example.com. A member of the artEquity team will connect with you about next steps and confirm we can process your late registration.
Please note that there is a registration fee associated with the April gathering. We will be using a sliding scale fee structure that invites attendees to pay based on their current financial situation. Fee options range from $50-250, with the option to request additional financial support for lodging and/or travel.
How are we addressing COVID at this in-person event?
Acknowledging that the pandemic is not over as well as this season’s “tripledemic,” artEquity is committed to providing a space to convene that feels as COVID-aware as possible, respecting the various needs and statuses of all participants.