7 episodes

TACtile is the podcast for Leveraging a Network for Equity (LANE) a program of the National Performance Network. This podcast discusses practical tools and concepts designed to transform the field of Arts and Culture towards equity and justice. This podcast is produced by LANE Cohort members, Sage Crump, Amanda Bankston, and Monica Tyran.

TACtile LANE Cohort members, Sage Crump, Amanda Bankston, Monica Tyran

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TACtile is the podcast for Leveraging a Network for Equity (LANE) a program of the National Performance Network. This podcast discusses practical tools and concepts designed to transform the field of Arts and Culture towards equity and justice. This podcast is produced by LANE Cohort members, Sage Crump, Amanda Bankston, and Monica Tyran.

    Looking back to Move Forward: The role of legacy and relationships in planning for the future

    Looking back to Move Forward: The role of legacy and relationships in planning for the future

    In this episode, we talk with Stephanie McKee Anderson and Damia Khanboubi of Junebug Productions, a 40 year old presenting and producing company based in New Orleans Louisiana. Stephanie and Damia share the importance of being connected to a legacy and how to iterate without losing your center.

    • 53 min
    Queering Organizational Change: Trust the rollercoaster

    Queering Organizational Change: Trust the rollercoaster

    In this episode we talk with Harold Steward and Evelyn Francis, Producing Co-executive Directors of The Theater Offensive in Boston Massachusetts. The Theater Offensive is a member of the Beta Cohort of LANE and has been on an organizational journey from a white led organization serving, supporting and employing people of color to and arts organization of color. Listen to them share what they have learned about themselves and organizational development along this journey.

    • 54 min
    The Cornerstone Series - Design Justice with Una Lee

    The Cornerstone Series - Design Justice with Una Lee

    This episode is the second installment in our cornerstone series. LANE ( Leveraging a Network for Equity) uses the cornerstones to operationalize the concept of equity. The four cornerstones are Emergence, Racial Justice/Cultural Equity, Popular Education and Design Justice.

    Una Lee, principal at andalsotoo and Director of Design at Allied Media Projects, talks with us about design justice. She discusses the needs that gave birth to this idea, core tenets and it applicability to everything we do. Enjoy.

    • 44 min
    Moving from a physical place to an idea: Lesson from THE Myrna Loy

    Moving from a physical place to an idea: Lesson from THE Myrna Loy

    In this episode, we talk with Krys Holmes Executive Director of The Myrna Loy Center in Helena Montana. The Myrna Loy is one of two rural organization in LANE. Listen to Krys talk about her and the Myrna's experience as the only predominantly white organization inside an initiative the centers racial justice. There is so much to learn.

    • 50 min
    The Non-Linear Nature of Change: A Conversation with the Central District Forum of Arts and Ideas ( CD Forum)

    The Non-Linear Nature of Change: A Conversation with the Central District Forum of Arts and Ideas ( CD Forum)

    In this episode, we spend time talking with LANE Alpha Cohort Member CD Forum of Seattle Washington. As an organization dedicated to presenting emerging Black arts, artists, and ideas in the greater Seattle area , Executive Artistic Director Sharon Williams, Program Manager Merri Anne Osborne and Business Development Manager Nina Yarbrough share with us the the ways their work connects to community and how to manage unexpected challenges during times of transition. Happy 20th anniversary CD Forum. Here's to many more. www.cdforum.org

    • 52 min
    The Cornerstone Series - Emergence (with andrienne maree brown)

    The Cornerstone Series - Emergence (with andrienne maree brown)

    This episode of TACtile introduces our series on the LANE’s cornerstones. The cornerstones include Emergence, Popular Education, Design Justice, and Racial Justice. LANE embodies these core values as a way to practice equity.

    This episode Sage talks with adrienne maree brown, facilitator for liberation movements and author of the book “Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds” and the newly released “Pleasure Activism: The Politics of Feeling Good”, about LANE’s cornerstone, Emergence and how changing the internal impacts the external.

    • 1 hr

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