FREE | Location – Online | Fridays @3PM
The Ebon Dooley Arts & Justice Awards, established in 2018, recognizes individuals and organizations that work to improve the lives and future of their communities. In that spirit, we will host a series of conversations with Art & Social Justice Honorees along with other engaged social justice activists each Friday through the end of this summer. This series will be live streamed on the ArtsXchange Facebook page.
How to Be Involved
– Visit our Facebook page at 3pm on the day of the conversation.
– The conversation will be live streamed on our Facebook page.
– You can ask questions by using the Facebook comment section of the live stream.
– This event will be recorded and shared for posterity.
Friday June, 26th 2020- 3PM
Executive Director Reforming Arts
2019 Social Justice Champion- Reforming Arts
Wende has a BA in Theatre, an MBA, an MA in American Studies, a graduate certificate in Women’s Studies, and is a PhD candidate in Qualitative Research and Evaluation Methodologies at UGA. They has extensive experience as a freelance theatre professional, arts manager, and educator. As a theatre professional she has worked for Georgia Ensemble Theatre, Aurora Theatre, the Neighborhood Playhouse, and the Atlanta Arts Festival. As an arts manager, Wende worked for the University of West Georgia and Cobb County. Wende has taught at Kennesaw State University and continues to teach and direct Reforming Arts classes inside women’s prison facilities in Georgia and facilitate their Theatre Reentry Project.