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Curative Collective Conversation: Care for Creatives

Melani N. Douglass speaks at a podium at the National Museum of Women in the Arts during a Fresh Talk event. She is a dark-skinned adult woman wearing a colorful top and smiling.
Join us online for a deep-dive into Care for Creatives’s work and our exhibition "Reclamation."

Event Details

Event Date and Time

Monday, Nov 30, 2020
12 to 1 pm

Tickets and Reservations

Free. Live streaming on NMWA's Facebook page and at nmwa.org/livestream.

Event Location

Online

Curative Collective Conversation: Care for Creatives

In this new series, join us for in-depth interviews with the Curative Collective, a group of Women, Arts, and Social Change partners working at the intersection of food, art, and social change. From advocacy and social justice to healing and restorative self-care, this diverse collective serves communities throughout the Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area. The Curative Collective is also working on NMWA’s exhibition, RECLAMATION: Recipes, Remedies, and Rituals to make sure that the exhibition incorporates local communities and their perspectives.

This week we are joined by Care for Creatives, a new program from George Washington University Community Counseling Services Center that is aimed at providing affordable mental health services to members of the D.C. creative community. Through a partnership with the D.C. Office of Cable TV, Film, Music and Entertainment and Creative Affairs Office, the GW Community Counseling Services Center is offering pay-what-you-can mental health services to cultural workers in the District. This event will be livestreamed on NMWA’s Facebook page and at nmwa.org/livestream.

If you need the services of Care for Creatives, please email CCSCFoggyBottom@gwu.edu and a team member will follow up.


Women, Arts, and Social Change is a public programs initiative that highlights the power of women and the arts as catalysts for change.
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