Ann Marie Lonsdale

Cultural worker and consultant

Ann Marie Lonsdale (she/her) is an arts worker with experience as a producer and administrator working with innovative and experimental live performance. She began her career as a performer, stage manager, and producer in theater and dance in Chicago and New York, with such companies as The Hypocrites, the Vittum Theater (now Adventure Stage Chicago), the side project, and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's Sitelines dance and performance festival. As an administrator, she worked as Program Manager for the Creative Capital Professional Development Program, as General Manager at CPR - Center for Performance Research, a space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, that supports artist working in dance and experimental performance, and as Director of Programs and Deputy Director at A.R.T./New York, a service organization for New York's nonprofit theatre community, overseeing a suite of services including grants, loans, professional development, and convenings. She has also worked in the performing arts community as an educator, facilitator, grant panelist, speaker, and consultant. She has done training with artEquity, and is actively engaged in a national community of practice around anti-racism in the theatre and arts. Ann Marie is a proud graduate of the University of Chicago and holds a master’s degree in Arts Administration from Teachers College, Columbia University. http://www.ghostboatconsulting.com/

Art As Medicine: Building Solidarity in and with Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) Communities
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Art As Medicine: Building Solidarity in and with Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) Communities

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An #ArtistResource Conversation

Tuesday 12 May 2020
United States
Look for the Helpers: Learnings and Teachings for Building Resilience (ASL & Captioned)
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Look for the Helpers: Learnings and Teachings for Building Resilience (ASL & Captioned)

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an #ArtistResource talk with Leslie Ishii, Lana Smithner, Aaron McKinney, David Shmidt Chapman, and B. Anderson

Tuesday 14 April 2020
United States
It Was Always Possible: Centering the Leaders Who Were Here All Along (ASL & Captioned)
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It Was Always Possible: Centering the Leaders Who Were Here All Along (ASL & Captioned)

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an #ArtistResource talk with Rachel Spencer Hewitt (PAAL); Claudia Alick (CallingUP); Ashley Hanson (Department of Public Transformation); and more

Tuesday 7 April 2020
United States
Come Together: The Art of Gathering in a Time of Crisis (ASL & Captioned)
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Come Together: The Art of Gathering in a Time of Crisis (ASL & Captioned)

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an #ArtistResource talk with Bryan Joseph Lee

Tuesday 31 March
United States
Financial Strategies for Freelance Artists in a Time of Crisis (ASL & Captioned)
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Financial Strategies for Freelance Artists in a Time of Crisis (ASL & Captioned)

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an #ArtistResource talk with Amy Smith

Thursday 26 March 2020
New York City
Artists In a Time of Global Pandemic (ASL & Captioned)
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Artists In a Time of Global Pandemic (ASL & Captioned)

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For US-Based Freelance Artists and Cultural Workers in all Disciplines

Monday 16 March 2020
United States and the World