- Capitalization: Putting the Concepts into Practice
Organized by Kate Barr, Executive Director, Nonprofits Assistance Fund.
- Looking at Racial Bias in the Panel Deliberation Process
Organized by Moira Brennan, Executive Director, MAP Fund; and Emilya Cachapero, Director of Artistic and International Programs, Theatre Communications Group.
- Intersectional Philanthropy: Power, Privilege and Practice
Organized by Stanlyn Brevé, Director of National Programs, National Performance Network/Visual Artists Network; and Sage Crump, Program Manager, LANE, National Performance Network/Visual Artists Network.
- Data Is Our Friend: Collecting the Evidence that Propels Arts Education
Organized by Denise Grande, Director of Arts Education, Los Angeles County Arts Commission.
- Fresh, Local and Equitable: Food as a Creative Platform for Neighborhood Revitalization
Organized by Regina Smith, Managing Director, Arts and Culture, The Kresge Foundation.
- Building Creative Community: An Intermediary’s Role in Catalyzing Impact between Universities and Communities
Organized by Corey Madden, Executive Director, Thomas S. Kenan Institute for the Arts.
- New Data, Evolving Practice: Aligning Support for Dancemakers with Field Research from the National Dance Project
Organized by Jane Preston, Deputy Director, New England Foundation for the Arts.
- The CREATE Act: Congress Considers the Creative Economy
Organized by Narric Rome, Vice President of Government Affairs & Arts Education, Americans for the Arts.
- Making Artists Matter
Organized by Caitlin Strokosch, President & CEO, National Performance Network/Visual Artists Network.
- Who are 21st Century Arts Leaders? How Will They Remake the Field?
Organized by Emiko Ono, Program Officer; The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation; and Angie Kim, President & CEO, Center for Cultural Innovation.