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Registration Closed
Event Date: 
Tuesday, June 9, 2020 - 11:00am to 12:30pm
Event Location: 

Zoom (registrants will be emailed a private link prior to the session)

Our Information Sessions are a great way for individual artists and emerging arts companies to find out more about what The Field has to offer, and to ask questions about our Sponsored Artist Program benefits and other services. Attending our 90-minute online session with Deputy Director Shawn René Graham can give you some tips on fundraising during the time of COVID-19, and tools to get started. 

photo of Shawn Rene Graham, a Black woman wearing a knit cap, gold hoop earrings, and dark, open-collared jacket. She smiles in front of a framed poster on a white wall..  

About Shawn René: Shawn René Graham is a freelance writer and dramaturg who has has served on many panels for organizations including the National Endowments for the Arts/Theatre Communications Group Theatre Residency Program for Playwrights, the Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grants Panel in Playwriting, and the Mark Taper Forum's New Works Festival. She is currently the resident dramaturg of The American Slavery Project's Unheard Voices, the Literary Director for the Classical Theatre of Harlem’s Future Classics Series and Playwright’s Playground, and founder of All Creative Writes, an artistic assistance service designed to provide individual artists and performing arts organizations with administrative, fundraising and writing support. Ms. Graham holds degrees from the California State University, Los Angeles and the American Repertory Theatre Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University. 

headshot of Reenah Golden, a Black woman wearing blue and yellow dangly earrings, a yellow boat-kneck knit sweater, and her hair tied in knots at the top of her head. She smiles in front of a black background.  

About Reenah (she/her): Reenah Golden is the Founder and Managing Artistic Director of the Avenue Children's Theatre Project (A.C.T.) and The Avenue Blackbox Theatre, an intimate urban space producing collaborative works and traditional plays. Based in Rochester, New York, their programming reflects a special focus on the stories and interests of BIPOC, urban youth, LGBTQ+ and non-binary folk, and other marginalized voices and art forms.  


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