Long Table Series: Shared Readings

The Long Table Series has been a platform for shared learning. In the past, we’ve walked away with new perspectives, found renewed directions for our work, and connected to others in a way that fostered our collective growth around topics. Each discussion has been incredibly different and gave the collective differing outcomes.

As we dive deeper into the idea of shared learning, we’re sharing some of the readings that have been informing us and encourage you to do the same in the comments section. We will continuously update the post with the comprehensive list.

Long Table Shared Readings

Art + Technology Long Table on Nov. 29, 2016, co-hosted with TED and Kickstarter:
The End of Art by Seth Godin
Technology and the Democratization of the Media

Cultural Equity Long Table on Nov. 7, 2016, co-hosted with FABnyc and Loisaida, Inc.
CreateNYC: A Cultural Plan for All New Yorkers
Making Sense of Cultural Equity
by Clara Inés Schuhmacher, Katie Ingersoll, Fari Nzinga and Ian David Moss
Americans for the Arts’ Statement on Cultural Equity
Diversity is a Problem
by Melissa Hillman via Bitter Gertrude
Why I’m Done Talking About Diversity
by Marlon James via Literary Hub