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We’re making some changes to the way we do programming!

What Are the Changes?

Until now, events at WCCW have been submitted from the public via proposal. This fall we established a formal Programming Board to help shape the calendar starting next year. This is one way we’re being more intentional about programming, ensuring that it reflects our commitment to both creative practice & intersectionality.

 What’s A Programming Board?

The Board will review program proposals as well as create programs to take place at Women’s Center and in collaboration with other spaces. The Programming Board will use the information collected by the community survey to determine what programming and space use is most urgent.

Who Are the Current Board Members?

The Programming Board is a mix of artists, activists, WCCW members, and Elysian Valley/Frogtown residents (our neighborhood). This year’s Board includes Patricia Perez, Kenyatta AC Hinkle, Kora Colasuonno, and Ami Montevalli. One Board position will go to a WCCW member.

What’s the Commitment?

The commitment for the Programming Board is one meeting about once per month. At those meetings, Board members will review programs that were proposed for the space and help suggest and come up with other ideas for programs and projects to take place at Women’s Center. The first meeting of the Programming Board will be on Wednesday, Nov. 15, at Rethinking: Programming.

Nomination Process

After 4 programming quarters, each Board member will suggest a replacement for their seat. The WCCW member seat will be nominated by WCCW members.