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Artown Reaches Racial, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Benchmarks in 2021 Fulfilling the Association of Performing Arts Professionals’ ’10/20/30 Pledge’

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Artown pledge fulfillment highlighted by diverse Board composition, equitable artist opportunities, hiring practices, and robust programming budget targeting underrepresented communities

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Dec 30, 2021 10:36 EST

Northern Nevada non-profit arts organization Artown, who produces the nationally acclaimed, month-long multidisciplinary festival of the arts every summer in July with the mission of strengthening Reno’s arts industry, enhancing its civic identity and national image, thereby creating a climate for the cultural and economic rebirth of the region, was an eager signatory of the Association of Performing Arts Professionals’ “10/20/30 Pledge.” Building Artown’s diverse Board composition has long been a top priority for Artown Executive Director Beth Macmillan, and is a reflection of the organization’s…

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