Performing Arts Equity at Penn
Anonymous Feedback Form for Students of Color
The Anonymous Feedback Form for Students of Color is intended to provide an anonymous space for students of color to name issues, express concerns, and offer suggestions to help Platt House, the PAC Shop, and the student performing arts at Penn community become more equitable and racially just entities and spaces.
Black Arts Series
Platt House’s Black Arts Series is an initiative in support and celebration of Black creative expression, performance, and artivism on Penn’s campus. We seek visibility for Black creatives in current, incoming, and graduated classes to find, inspire, and collaborate with each other, and we aspire to repopulate and revitalize those Black affinity student performing arts groups whose membership took a hit over the past years of remote and socially distanced activities.
Community Ticketing Program
Think Tank (formerly the Advisory Committee on Inclusive Programming) is an open student assembly supported by Platt House staff and a student DEI Coordinator on the PAC Executive Board. In facilitated meetings, we brainstorm equity initiatives to support the ever-changing needs and interests of our student performing arts community. Join our interest list to get reminders about upcoming Think Tank meetings.
Performing Arts Peer Education & Review
Our newest initiative, Performing Arts Peer Education & Review (PAPER) is a dialogue and feedback system to help arts groups align their work with their values and intentions. We are looking for student reviewers interested in equity and representation in the arts to participate as Peer Reviewers for our upcoming launch! Apply to be a Peer Reviewer here.