Hatuey Ramos-FermÍn and Valeria Miranda, experienced leaders in community programming, offered insights into their professional journeys in the arts sector, and the path that led them to leadership roles in the field. This session centers their experiences as people of color navigating the field. They discussed what it means to create programming curated around the community and will talk through some of the challenges and advice they have for emerging leaders interested in developing intentional, successful community programming.
- Present case studies to participants to engage in reflective practice in considering community programming
- Discuss different entry points into the field of community programming in the arts
- Examine a career in the arts as a personal and professional journey
This program was part of the Arts & Cultural Equity Studio | Emerging Leaders collection provides emerging arts administrators access to tailored training aimed at helping them develop the skills needed to advance in the arts management field. ACES is a three-part professional development collection spanning all topics regarding cultural equity in arts administration and career advancement. You can register for the full collection here.