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December 16, 2022 Guild News

Board of Trustees Post: Our Story

We, the trustees of the National Guild for Community Arts Education, are pleased to share our first transmission about the Guild's re-imagining process and some reasons why this transformation is crucial to the the goals and vision of the organization. 

December 14, 2022 Guild News

Recap: Liberatory Hiring Portal Cafe

On 11/30, we held a Portal Cafe about liberatory hiring practices. We used an artful practice to surface things we were wondering or confused about, fears, and hopes related to hiring—and there were many!   

November 16, 2022 Guild News

Recap: San Francisco & Oakland Community Spaces

Last week we held two wonderful Community Spaces in the Bay Area—one in San Francisco (at The Museum of the African Diaspora) and one in Oakland (at Oakstop). Guild trustees Nancy Ng and Sofia Fojas graciously hosted us. 

November 04, 2022 Guild News

Recap: Boston Community Space & Site Visits

On Wednesday, October 19, we held a Community Space in Boston, with Community Music Center of Boston and their Executive Director (and Guild trustee) Lecolion Washington as our host. While in Boston, Guild Executive Director Quanice G. Floyd also visited with community arts education organizations.

October 20, 2022 Guild News

A Note from the Executive Director

Over the past two years, we have experienced historical events that have given us opportunities to reflect on our humanity and who we are in this greater world. This has been a vital time for us as a field to really dissect our impact and how we approach our work.

October 19, 2022 Guild News

Staff Post: Ashley Hare - Liberatory Hiring Practices

There is sooooo much deep, intentional, human-centered work to be done when starting the process of bringing someone new into your organization. Starting a hiring process requires full focus and dedication. Here are a few of the new practices I have really fallen in love with…