Michael Rohd (he/him) is an artist for civic imagination with Center for Performance and Civic Practice and a founding ensemble member at Sojourn Theatre. His work as a theatremaker has been seen at sites including Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Steppenwolf Theatre, La Mama, Flint Youth Theatre, and Cleveland Public Theatre. In his work with arts councils, artists, community nonprofits, and municipal agencies around the country, he helps build appetite and capacity for artists to contribute towards institutional and systemic transformation.
Working With(In) Communities/ Trabajando Con y Para la Comunidad
Modeling Decolonized Practices/Las Practicas Hacia La Descolonización
Civic Practice, Theatre, and Arts-Based, Community Led Transformation
A batch of articles that investigate, in their own ways, questions such as: what we mean by engagement; who is changing what for whom when we talk about ‘change’ work; and how theatre, democracy and aesthetics can intersect within a framework of justice-aimed values and intentions.