The Virginia Tech Community Change Collaborative and the Virginia Tech School of Performing Arts are proud to host a virtual public talk with Sage Crump on Thursday, February 4, from 4 to 5 p.m.

Click here for free registration.

Crump is an artist, culture strategist, and facilitator who supports cultural workers and arts organizations involved in social justice to build social movements. She believes in leveraging art, creative practice, and the cultural sector to transform systemic oppressions.

In her different roles, Crump’s work supports local and translocal visionary organizing, examines the movement of Blackness through time and space, amplifies the leadership of arts and rural organizations of color, and grows their ability to thrive in culturally authentic ways. Her work incorporates complex sciences, emergent strategy, and creative practice to imagine the world we want to live in and to build strategies and practices that will get us there.

For questions, email Neda Moayerian.

If you are an individual with a disability and desire an accommodation, please contact Susan Sanders as soon as possible prior to the event.