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Special programming announcement, March 30
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Class and the arts

A roundtable discussion on March 30

Word cloud on social classWorking in the arts is commonly viewed as low-paying and unsteady work, but a reward in itself. While a few artists sport massive incomes, these stories only serve to hightly the difficulties for those without economic stability to work in a field that continues to be powered by subsistence wages, unsteady employment and volunteer labor. Critical acclaim in always pleasant, but it often does not translate into food and shelter.

As we grapple with issues of access and diversity, any plan of action can only be meaningful with an honest consideration of the role of social and economic class in the matter. 

Please join us for an open and frank discussion of the role of class in funding, wage structures, access and diversity - and even in the art itself - of the art and entertainment industry. The event is free and open to all! The panel includes:
Please join us Monday, March 30, from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM at the East Side Freedom Library, 1105 Greenbrier Street in Saint Paul.
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