Giovanna Fischer

Giovanna Fischer is an educator, curriculum designer, and cultural practitioner based in Los Angeles.

Her work uses teaching and learning to collaboratively design solutions to social problems that hinder inclusive cultural production. She is interested in learning experiences that prompt people to listen, imagine and inquire. Her work encompasses 12 years of experience working with cultural institutions, community organizations, creative agencies, and within schools as both a teacher and dean. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Michigan and a Master’s Degree in Childhood Education from Brooklyn College through the New York City Teaching Fellows program.
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Learning Lab: Cultural Strategies for Belonging: Learning from Doing 2019-2021
Two years into our cultural strategy efforts, the work has affirmed the importance and power of culture’s role in creating belonging. Learn from four projects - on care, climate displacement, planning and development, and abolition - that exemplify the four practices of our strategy. Designed for: Artists, cultural strategy practitioners, n on-profit staff, organizers and funders interested in strengthening cultural strategy in organizing, research, planning or other social change work. Lab registration is open to conference participants only. After registering for the conference, you will...