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Public Dialogues

Dialogue is a form of creative practice.

Bridge Live Arts public dialogues bring artists and activists together for equity-driven cultural conversations. These events make space for cross-sector learning, exchange, and inspiration.

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

Money in the Arts: Pathways to Equity

A series of practices and conversations to address and advance equity in the arts through collective financial empowerment.

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2022

Photo (clockwise from top left corner): Sustainable Economies Law Center staff members Alejandra Cruz, Erika  Sato, Alex Sanchez, and Hope Williams.

2021

Photos of Karma Munez, Amya Jackson, Dhee Lacy, Jocquese Whitfield, featured artists in Dance on the Frontline: BLM. 

Photo (clockwise from top left corner): Karma Munez; Amya Jackson by Jay West Seven/ Jay Garcon; Dhee Lacy; Jocquese Whitfield, featured artists in Dance on the Frontline: BLM. 

Photos of Jamie Cortez, Paloma McGregor, Michael Orange, & Liz Lerman, featured artists in Power Shift's conversation on Aesthetic Equity. 

Photo (clockwise from top left): Jamie Cortez, Paloma McGregor, Michael Orange, & Liz Lerman, featured artists in Power Shift's conversation on Aesthetic Equity. 

Power Shift:
Interview & Dialogues

Trainings and dialogues for artists, social workers, educators, activists, and nonprofit professionals that offer practical and theoretical tools for connecting embodiment to social justice work, legal advocacy, teaching, strategic visioning, and more.

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2020

Inherited Bodies

How do movement artists in different traditions contend with, honor, and resist the past? A series of lecture demonstrations and moderated conversation unpacking the influence of the past and tradition on artmaking.

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2019

Photos of Nadhi Thekkek, Jarrel Phillips, Snowflake Calvert, and Sara Shelton Mann.

Photos (clockwise from top left): Nadhi Thekkek, Jarrel Phillips, Snowflake Calvert, and Sara Shelton Mann.

Headshots of Miguel Gutierrez and Edgar Villanueva

Are You For Sale?

A discussion about philanthropy, art making, and ethics between Edgar Villanueva, author of Decolonizing Wealth, and Miguel Gutierrez, choreographer, music maker, and writer.

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2018

Photo Credit: Miguel Gutierrez (left) by Marley Trigg Stewart;

Edgar Villanueva (right) courtesy of the author

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