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Virtual Workshop |  Intersectionality of Race and Gender in the Artistic Labor Market

February 7 | 12:00 pm 1:30 pm

Equity

9 am PST / 10 am MST / 11 am CST / 12 pm EST

 VIRTUAL | Intersectionality of Race and Gender in the Artistic Labor Market

Since the fall of 2022, ArtTable has conducted a survey to better understand compensation—and compensation inequity—in the arts, with a particular focus on gender and compensation. At this collaborative workshop, Dr. Gillian Gualtieri will present on the Intersectionality of Race and Gender in the Artistic Labor Market. Then, attendees will collaboratively respond to the presentation and begin to build solutions and suggestions that will be incorporated into our published findings and circulated among members. The solution is not individual, but, rather shared. In this second workshop of ArtTable’s Pay Equity Initiatives, we hope this program will be a collaborative effort in informing our continued research.

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The Impact Initiatives Fund supports ArtTable’s annual fellowship program, Career RoundTable events, this Pay Equity project, as well as various mentorship opportunities at the organization. 
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Dr. Gillian Gualtieri

Gillian Gualtieri, PhD, is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at Barnard College, where she teaches classes in the sociology of art, race and ethnicity, gender, organizations, and culture. Previously, she was a postdoctoral scholar at the Curb Center for Art, Enterprise and Public Policy at Vanderbilt University and a postdoctoral fellow at New York University. In 2018, Gillian received her Ph.D. in Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley.  Gillian has published research on symbolic compliance and sexual harassment on college campuses (in Sociological Forum), inequality in the art world (Poetics; SNAAP Report), and racial and gender inequality in fine dining (Social Problems; Poetics). Gualtieri is the lead researcher on ArtTable’s Survey on Working in the Arts. Gilliangualtieri.com



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