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Sustaining Black Theatre in the Upper Valley: A conversation with Jarvis Green, Founder & Artistic Director of JAG Productionsphoto of Jarvis Green

Thursday, July 20 
4:30 PM in the Loew Auditorium, Black Family Visual Arts Center
Reception to follow

Join us for a conversation with Jarvis Antonio Green, Founding Artistic Director of JAG Productions and BarnArts Center for the Arts. This community event will be a meaningful look behind the scenes at the founding of JAG Productions. Having successfully led JAG through an inaugural season featuring Mainstage productions of Choir Boy, JAGFest, Fences and a number of community events, Jarvis Green is sharing his journey to founding the organization. In this open conversation, Jarvis is baring his soul and all that it has taken to produce first class art and build a sustainable organization. In an event that will be valuable to theatre artists, theatre goers and community members alike, this will be a chance to engage in a conversation about building community through theatre.

JAG Productions is a not for profit professional theatre company in the Upper Valley of Vermont. Its mission is to produce classic & contemporary theatre and serve as an incubator of new work that excites broad intellectual engagement through the lens of the African-American experience.

Implicit Bias Trainings: Summer 2017
Evelynn M. Ellis, Vice President of Institutional Diversity & Equity, will conduct professional development sessions on implicit bias in the work environment. The training will be interactive, have guided discussions, and will explore how our bias may impact our daily interactions and search processes. The sessions will be run on a regular basis and are open to all employees. Pre-registration is required due to room size. Register by clicking the link for an individual session below. We hope to see you there!

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Last Updated: 7/14/17