July 18th-20th, 2003
San Jose, California

A Spiritually Up-Lifting Three Days with Arts Workers
of Color from Across the Nation.

Presented by the Association of American Cultures, TAAC

The Next Steps:

Where We Have Been, Where We Are Going

Theme:
What is the impact of national arts policy on people of color?

Jam Night

Jam Night

Listening

Listening

Policy Discussion

Policy Discussion

Keynote Speaker

Keynote speaker

Rick Hill

Rick Hill

Peter Huri

Peter Huri

Betty Switzer

Betty Switzer

Biala

Biala

Bob Lynch and John Paul

Bob Lynch and
John Paul

Maria Dadgar

Maria Dadgar

Quetzal

Quetzal

Mexican Plaza

Mexican Plaza

Mayumi Tsutakawa

Mayumi Tsutakawa

Karol, SuAndi and Abel

Karol, SuAndi and Abel

Veronica Enrique

Veronica Enrique

E'Vonne

E'Vonne

Get Off the Bus

Get Off the Bus

Eric and Adrianne

Eric and Adrianne

Lori Robishaw

Lori Robishaw

Diem Jones

Diem Jones

Director on National Indian Arts Service Organization

Maria Dadgar—Atlatl
We safeguard artworks of the indigenous people of this land.

Founder of TAAC 1985-2003

Barbara R Nicholson, Ph.D
MLK Center–Performing Arts

TAAC is real, it is power.

Founder of TAAC 1985-2003

Louis LeRoy
Yuma Fine Arts

We can play a role in public arts policy in this country.

National Arts Activist

Colleen Jennings–Roggensack
ASU Public Events

I found the early Dialogues to be insightful and wonderful.

Retired Director, Texas Commission on the Arts

John Paul Batiste
Avoi Consulting

Open Dialogue remains a possibility
for poetic growth.

Black Womens Art Alliance—England

SuAndi
Manchester, England

Home is a special place,
I like coming home to TAAC!

Indian-Brazil, Mesa, Arizona

Carmen DeNovis
Zum Zum Zum

…As artists of colors we are challenged
to be more than artists.