Zoom Webinar: Wednesday, February 24, 2021 from 9AM-12PM
Nicole Brewer, creator of Conscientious Theatre Training and originator of the Anti-Racist Theatre
(A.R.T.) movement is teaching her unique approach which blends anti-racist theory,
social justice, collectivism, healing justice and theatre exercises for an embodied
understanding of racism and our agency to become anti-racist.
What to Expect
In this course Nicole offers artists and arts administrators tools to craft their own unique anti-racist ethos and delve into three core principles: harm reduction, harm prevention and relationship repair.
Participants will be guided through self-reflection exercises designed to strengthen their analysis of their position, power, privilege and begin to uproot their racist practices, policies, and protocols.
All who believe the way forward for an arts community that is anti-racist and anti-oppressive are welcome. We all have a role to play. The future of art will be nourished by you. Join us in doing the work to make sure is a liberated place for all.
Attending the Workshop
This workshop has been created by Bardo Arts Center and the Belcher College of Fine and Performing Arts through the Belcher College's Anti-Racism Catalyst Grant Initiative.
All students, faculty, and staff of the Belcher College are eligible to attend this workshop. Registration is reguired. An invitation to register has already been sent to the entire Belcher College. If you did not receive one, please follow-up with your admin or with email@example.com.
Please note: If you are a WCU student, faculty, or staff member not in the Belcher College and are interested in participating, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org expressing your interest in attending the Anti-Racist Arts Workshop on Wednesday, February 24 from 9AM-12PM.
More About Nicole
Nicole Brewer is a passionate advocate for anti-racist theatre. She has spent the last seven years refining and practicing an inclusive method of theatre training and practices which she calls Conscientious Theatre Training (CTT). She has authored four articles about the need for the theatre industry to shift from racist and oppressive models to anti-racist and anti-oppressive. Why Equity Diversity and Inclusion Are Obsolete was reported by American Theatre as one of their top ten most-read stories of 2019.