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September 2022

Money in the Arts: Pathways to Equity

As artists and art professionals, we don’t come together enough to talk about money. Money in the Arts: Pathways to Equity, offers practices and conversations where we, as practitioners dedicated to equity, can address some of the underlying obstacles to our collective financial empowerment. This series offers supportive environments and an embodied framework. We will free our voices and minds to self-advocate. We will talk about creative, equitable approaches to compensation, financial decisionmaking, and budgeting.

Events

Dividing the Pie: Equitable Approaches to Pay in Art Organizations

A webinar for anyone working in the arts on alternatives to racialized capitalism for equitable employee compensation.

Photos of Sustainable Economies Law Center staff members Alejandra Cruz, Erika  Sato, Alex Sanchez, and Hope Williams.

Left to Right: Alejandra Cruz, Erika Sato, Hope Williams, & Alex Sanchez. Bressler

Wednesday, September 7, 2022

12 - 1 PM PST | Online via Zoom

Tickets

$10 - $50 sliding scale for individuals

$25 - $200 sliding scale for organizations

Featuring case studies from the Sustainable Economies Law Center, presented by Alejandra CruzErika SatoHope Williams, and Alex Sanchez Bressler.

Let’s talk tactics: how do arts organizations in search of alternatives to racialized capitalism equitably compensate their employees? In this webinar, attorneys and staff from the Sustainable Economies Law Center (SELC) share what the organization has learned in its compensation journey from offering flat salaries to more creative pathways in the vein of BIPOC reparations. Join us for this practical breakdown of the tips, tricks, and lessons regarding equitable compensation that they have learned along the way.

Featured Presenters

Event Schedule

Funding for Bridge Live Arts “Money in the Arts: Pathways to Equity” series comes from San Francisco's Grants for the Arts, the Zellerbach Family Foundation, the Fleishhacker Foundation, the Phyllis C. Wattis Foundation, the California Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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