Full course description
This course will be a self-paced online introductory course for any artist, audience member, or administrator interested in anti-racist practices in the dance field and beyond. The course considers discourses of anti-racism, equity, and social justice across the dance field to contribute to a more just arts ecosystem.
Students will encounter foundational information that prompts them to deploy theory and practice to dismantle racial hierarchies in dance and beyond. Students will consider:
- What gaps in knowledge do I have concerning racial justice in the arts?
- What obstacles have prevented me from engaging in anti-racist thought and action?
- How can I contribute to a more just arts ecosystem?
Through readings, viewings, and reflections, this class will explore how dance artists, practitioners, administrators, and observers can begin taking steps towards anti-racism and social justice in dance.
If you have registration questions or experience issues with this course, please contact The ASC Office of Distance Education. Make sure to include the full name of the course and the email address you used to register your account.
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