Aug 5, 2022
Who says math and the arts can’t go together? In this episode, Julie Kendig of RISE Research & Evaluation shares how data can be a powerful tool for healing, equity, and transformation. Julie is a data weaver, translator, and midwife between the soulful work of art and creativity and the quantitative or tangible aspects of the work. She emphasizes the importance of using data as a diagnostic rather than a weapon as well as how crucial it is to raise important questions about data sovereignty. Listen to learn important considerations for leaders surrounding data collection approaches and methodologies, and how data can have a meaningful impact even in the arts.
Find Julie and her work with RISE Research & Evaluation here - https://www.riseresearch.io/
Learn more about Khalil Bleux and his work with Agency 515: The Social Education Theater - https://aart.agency515.org/about-agency515
Learn more about the work being done by the education department of San Francisco Jazz- https://www.sfjazz.org/education/
Learn more about the work on joy happening at Chapter 510 in Oakland, CA - https://www.chapter510.org/
Find Rachelle and her work here
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