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Friday, February 28 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Acknowledgement Beyond Goodwill SPOTS OPEN

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ArtChangeUS—a five-year initiative based out of the California Institute of the Arts that created the ArtChangeUS Cultural Community Benefits Toolkit—will host the workshop Acknowledgement Beyond Goodwill. This workshop will guide participants through arts-based exercises that help to locate ourselves on Indigenous land, acknowledge simultaneous histories, and begin to build equitable relationships with Indigenous communities. Facilitated by Pamela Villaseñor (Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians) and Kapena Alapai (ArtChangeUS).

Session Leaders & Participants


ArtChangeUS: Arts in a Changing America is a five-year initiative based out of the California Institute of the Arts and New York City. Our mission is to reframe the national arts conversation by embracing the cultural assets of demographic change. ArtChangeUS would like to acknowledge... Read More →
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Kapena Alapai

Project and Development Coordinator, Changing America
Kapena Alapai is the Project and Development Coordinator for Arts in a Changing America. Originally from Puʻuanahulu Hawaiʻi, he graduated from Ka Haka ʻUla O Keʻelikōlani Hawaiian Language College at University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo and holds a Master’s degree in Arts and Cultural... Read More →

Pamela Villaseñor

Pamela Villaseñor is the Executive Advisor to the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians. Pamela Villaseñor has worked on her Tribe’s nation building efforts, such as spearheading the establishment of the Tribe’s Department of Education and Cultural Learning by fusing... Read More →

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