UPLIFT. AMPLIFY. ADVANCE. Statera takes positive action to bring women into full and equal participation in the Arts.
Statera, deriving its name from the Latin word for balance, works to expand employment options, improve salary, and remove barriers to growth and achievement through mentorship, research, engagement, education, networking, and support.
Research assessment concerning opportunities for artists who identify as women.
Collaborate with arts organizations interested in creating greater opportunities for women.
Engagement for arts organizations interested in creating greater equity and inclusion in their hiring practices.
Connect hiring arts organizations with qualified candidates who identify as women.
Advocate for better and more cohesive childcare options and family housing.
Regional mentorship opportunities.
Support and partner with existing organizations that are also working for gender balance and pay equity in the Arts.
Education and engagement for training programs interested in creating greater gender equity within their boards, classrooms, theaters, and non-profits.
OUR interNATIONAL CONFERENCES
Statera International Conference for gender equity in the Arts is an annual event. Conference is a unique opportunity to meet with theatre professionals from all over the country for three days of networking, learning, listening, socializing, experience-sharing, theatre-going, and more. The Statera conference is all about nourishing an environment of gender balance through the lens of intersectionality. Our goal is to take positive and strategic action to bring women and TGNC artists into full and equal participation in the Arts. For more information about conference, please visit www.stateraarts.org/conference.
SISTER ORGANIZATIONS & THEATRE ALLIES
Below you'll find links to sister organizations that promote intersectional gender balance in the arts. Statera also partners with allied theatre companies from around the country that embody the values of gender balance by providing equal employment options, equal pay, and growth opportunities for theatre artists who identify as women.
A Note on Inclusion at Statera Foundation
We use an inclusive definition of women. "Women" includes anyone on the gender spectrum who identifies (either always or some of the time) as a woman. This also includes non-binary people.
Statera Foundation works through an intersectional lens for gender parity. We understand and acknowledge that systems of oppression and discrimination are interdependent and span all social categorizations such as race, class, gender, ability, and sexual orientation as they apply to a given individual or group. Addressing one spoke of systematic discrimination or disadvantage means holistically addressing them all.
Please take a look at this guide for any questions you have about our use of pronouns: https://uwm.edu/lgbtrc/support/gender-pronouns/