Center for Cultural Power Wants to Disrupt Hollywood Inequality With New Diversity Initiative
Published on Feb 14, 2020
On the heels of an Academy Awards ceremony that found South Korea breaking into the Oscars for the first time with the history-making “Parasite,” and at a critical moment for diversity in the entertainment community, the Center for Cultural Power wants to disrupt Hollywood inequality with a new initiative for artists of color. In partnership with the Time’s Up-inspired movement 5050×2020, the Oakland-based Center for Cultural Power has announced the first-ever The Disruptors Fellowship, a five-month program that will be awarded to 10 artists of color who identify as trans and/or non-binary, disabled, undocumented and/or formerly undocumented immigrants. Head to the fellowship’s website for information on how to apply here. The deadline to apply is March 13, 2020, and while the fellowship takes place in Los Angeles, non-la residents are welcome.
Unfolding beginning in May through August of this year, the fellowship will feature master classes, one-on-one coaching and feedback,
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Author: Ryan Lattanzio