SEGD NYC Chapter is invited to Building HueSpaces Session 2: Roadmap

Wednesday, February 8, 2023 - 11:45am

SEGD Members are invited to join Session 2: Roadmap
Host Site: The Clemente
Date: February 16, 2023 | Time:  6-8 pm ET

it’s time to assemble your dream team. In this session, co-hosted by The Clemente, discussions will cover who needs to be on your team and how to consider the right teammates in this work, building out a reasonable and realistic timeline for your capital project, and setting milestones for this project. Participants  will also learn about city-owned buildings for nonprofits and the process it takes to acquire a city-owned building, and then what to expect once you have a city-owned building. Attendees will hear from owner’s reps, an attorney, architects, and The Clemente on their experiences. This session will be moderated by Museum Hue and AIA. This session’s resources and recording will be made available one week following the live session.

SEGD Members are invited to join us on that date with some complimentary VIP tickets: 
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Use "Level 5 - VIP" ticket with the registration code: hueguest23


Building HueSpaces is a series that centers the creation of museums and other arts enclaves founded and led by Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latine, and all People of Color. Created through partnership between Museum Hue and American Institute of Architects (AIA) NY Cultural Facilities Committee, this five-part series highlights topics such as assessing capital needs for your organization, capital fundraising, building your capital project team, accessibility as a foundation for your project, and more. Designed to provide greater insight into how these spaces were acquired and their capital projects developed, it demonstrates the critical need for greater racial equity and representation within NYC’s built environment and arts landscape. Through case studies of select NYC-based arts entities this series will provide a step-by-step toolkit to support other arts entities founded and led by arts and cultural leaders of color who are seeking guidance on how to attain a brick and mortar of their own. 

Building HueSpaces stems from the research findings and recommendation in the HueArts NYC Brown Paper report led by Museum Hue, which highlights a greater need in investing in place as a long-term strategy for Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latinx, and all People of Color arts stability and thrivability. 

All Building HueSpaces events will have live captioning and transcripts available with the release of the recording.

This series is made possible due to generous funding from the Ford Foundation.

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