Marc Bamuthi Joseph is one of the co-architects of The Cartography Project, a revolutionary commissioning project of the National Symphony Orchestra and the Washington National Opera. His design is a bi-product of his dual roles as one of the Vice Presidents of The Kennedy Center and an award-winning librettist with active commissions at the WNO, the Albany Symphony, and the Perelman Center. As Vice President of Social Impact, Joseph is currently and successfully moving The Kennedy Center from an engagement model to an equity model as the institution seeks to be in better compliance with an anti-racist agenda.
During this session, Joseph will lay out a blueprint for the creative sector that lifts its gaze beyond the horizon of “diversity” work to consider a focus on “systemic solidarity” or structural allyship instead. Joseph offers candor, tools, difficult questions, a poet’s delivery, and an executive’s sense of the organizational stakes during this dynamic and interactive session.
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