Attending this event?
Back To Schedule
Thursday, April 20 • 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Incorporating I.D.E.A. (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access) in Arts

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule, view media, leave feedback and see who's attending!

Cost: $15. Registration required.

The workshop "Incorporating I.D.E.A in Arts" will provide attendees a basic understanding of what it means to be intentional with incorporating diversity and inclusion initiatives within one's institution. This workshop will provide attendees the following content: Gain a broad understanding of what it means for an art and/or historical institution to incorporate I.D.E.A methodologies into one's institution. This will include a broad historical overview of diversity and inclusion as it relates to the way history is told and who the stories are told by, information on looking at I.D.E.A as a lens instead of task related, the importance of diversity and inclusion values as it relates to one's institution as well as definitions. Basic information on what it means to get institutional leadership buy-in on diversity and inclusion initiatives as well as the importance of funding. Understanding and beginning to define the variations of diversity including community, regional and global diversity. Overview of cultural humility, the four principles of cultural humility and how one can begin to incorporate cultural humility principles within their institution. Understanding that diversity and inclusion spans across every aspect on one's institution from the visitor's experience, staff, volunteers, development, exhibition, curation, security, art libraries, public programming, architecture, membership, audio/visual, and administration. How to use one's diversity and inclusion values to make intentional decisions on I.D.E.A initiatives. Discussions on the types of changes needed to implement diversity and inclusion initiatives and what is measurable. Gaining an understanding of what type of change is not quantifiable like individual change and how to expand pass demographic numbers. Attendees will be given an overall understanding of what is needed including but not limited to full leadership support, financial commitment, defining of diversity and inclusion values and acknowledging ways to shift the way in which white supremacy culture is showing up within one's institution. This workshop will include activities for attendees to self-reflect on one's own identity, discussions on barriers to implementing diversity and inclusion processes, brainstorming on various opportunities to increase diversity and inclusion awareness, opportunities to journal and define one's own personal values, institutional values and the alignment between them. This workshop will include individual, small and large group activities.

avatar for Courtney Jones

Courtney Jones

Manager of Diversity and Inclusion, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

Thursday April 20, 2023 2:00pm - 5:00pm CDT
Sol Salon Av. Juárez 70, Colonia Centro, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06010 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico