ACTA's Traditional Arts Roundtable Series presents:

Art Breaks In: The Regenerative Power
of Traditional Arts in Prisons
ACTA has been facilitating traditional arts programming in California prisons for over seven years. This work deeply informed two sister programs and accompanying workbooks in 2021: Traditional Arts as Restorative Justice and Traditional Arts as Healing from Trauma.

Join us on Zoom, Thursday, June 30, at 3 pm PST, for a roundtable to hear stories, and engage with the curriculum designed by teaching artists in our Arts in Corrections program, including Rosanna Esparza Ahrens, Freddy Avila, Fabian Debora, Quetzal Flores, Betty Marín, and Federico Zuñiga, and participate in a dialogue on the regenerative power of traditional arts practice within and beyond prison walls. 

The Traditional Arts Roundtable Series in Los Angeles is generously supported by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Department of Arts & Culture. Additional support provided by the California Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.
La Serie de Mesas Redondas de Artes Tradicionales de ACTA presenta:

El arte logra entrar:
el poder regenerador de las
artes tradicionales en las cárceles
ACTA ha estado facilitando la programación de artes tradicionales en las prisiones de California durante más de siete años. Este trabajo informó profundamente a dos programas hermanos y libros de trabajo que los acompañan en 2021: Artes tradicionales como justicia restaurativa y Artes tradicionales como sanación del trauma.

Acompañanos en Zoom, el jueves 30 de junio a las 3 pm PST en una mesa redonda para escuchar historias, y aprender sobre currículo diseñado por artistas docentes en nuestro programa de Artes en la Correccional, incluyendo a Rosanna Esparza Ahrens, Fabian Debora, Quetzal Flores, Betty Marín y Federico Zuñiga, y participa en un diálogo sobre el poder regenerador de la práctica de las artes tradicionales dentro y más allá de los muros de la prisión. Esta evento será bilingüe entre español e inglés. 

La serie de La Mesa Redonda de las Artes Tradicionales en Los Ángeles tiene el generoso apoyo de la Mesa de Supervisores del Condado de Los Ángeles por medio del Departamento de Arte y Cultura del Condado de Los Ángeles. El California Arts Council y el National Endowment for the Arts proveen apoyo adicional. 
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The task for the next Development Manager will be to maintain the current level of support and assist in continually identifying and responding to new funding opportunities.

We prefer that this position be held by a California resident and it can be executed remotely.

This position includes generous nonprofit benefits and will pay between $75,000 and $95,000 depending upon prior experience.

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