Recent and Upcoming Events:
Charge 2016 is a three day convening presented by Art League Houston to 1. platform artist led alternative models of sustainability 2. advocate for equitable compensation for artists 3. consider artists' work in the larger economy.Read more and get the full schedule.
Center for Arts Leadership in the Media
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Beyond the Building: Performing Arts and Transforming Place - Director Sixto Wagan participated in this NEA/ArtPlace America sponsored convening to develop a better understanding of how performance-based organizations, and the artists they engage, transform places through their artistic practices.
Dinner Vention 2: Center Director Sixto Wagan was selected as one of eight leaders "who have already achieved a level of success and renown, but who have not yet reached the zenith in their career trajectories" to participate in Barry's Blog and WESTAF's Dinner Vention 2. Watch the whole video of it, read the initial briefing papers, or see who else was on the guest list.
Arts+Culture:TX covered the 2014 Summit: Sixto Wagan, All Together Different
Daiily Cougars's coverage of the 2014 Summit: Directing Change in Houston Art Scene
Profiles in Leadership launches in Arts + Culture: Texas. Inaugural interview with Selven O'Keef Jarmon can be seen in print or online. A few of the photos from the reception can be seen here.
Center Director Sixto Wagan was interviewed by Kyoung H. Park, leader of the Cultural Democracy and Representation Team for The Brooklyn Commune Project, one of a series of interviews to address issues of diversity and social inclusion in contemporary performing arts.
UH is the Houston Screening Site for the 2013 Creative Time Summit.
Video of the UH Arts 2013 Open House - A Taste of the Arts which included the Center for Arts Leadership.
Fleurette Fernando, director of the M.A. in Arts Leadership, and Sixto Wagan, director of the Center for Arts Leadership are quoted in Culture Map Houston’s article on the College’s Arts Leadership Initiative, University of Houston launches graduate program to train leaders in the arts. Glasstire's take on the new initiative.
Announcements for the Center and the appointment of Director Sixto Wagan appeared in The Daily Cougar, Houston Culturemap, Houston Chronicle and on Glasstire.
Read The Daily Cougar's article about The Houston Endowment $1.5 million investment in UH Arts and the Center for Arts Leadership here.