Women and Hollywood: Educates, Advocates, and Agitates for Gender Diversity and Inclusion in Hollywood and the Global Film Industry
Articles in Category: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The Arts Council of Indianapolis is currently working on a comprehensive Equity Policy as of 2015. We encourage all of our supported and funded arts organizations to create an equity policy that fits within their goals and mission.
Create Equity is a research-backed investigation of the most important issues in the arts and what we, collectively and individually, can do about them. Founded in October 2007 by Ian David Moss, Createquity rapidly gained acclaim from readers across the web and has been called “the strongest, most provocative, well-connected arts [blog] that exists today” and “so amazingly good it’s almost in its own category of resource.” Once a one-person shop, Createquity now boasts a full-fledged editorial team and has published work by nearly 50 writers. In summer 2014, anticipating the evolving needs of its readership, Createquity overhauled its editorial structure, priorities, and online presence to place a new emphasis on translating ideas to action to impact. We are committed to helping make the arts ecosystem work better for artists and audiences by making high-value information and analysis about critical issues in our field available to current and emerging decision-makers across the sector.
Why Equity Matters: New Ideas and Action Steps
Published in: GIA Reader, Vol 24, No 1 (Winter 2013)
Americans for the Arts works on the national level to serve, advance, and lead the network of organizations and individuals who cultivate, promote, sustain, and support the arts in America.
Americans for the Arts encourages all arts organizations to adopt a Diversity Statement that fits their organization's mission. See below for the full AFTA statement.
Equity in Theatre: What exactly does it mean and what would it take to actually have it?
Shellen Lubin explores the idea of cultural and gender equity in theatre while linking to recent summits and symposiums on the topic for further review. The article originally appeared on www.HowlRound.com