The Foundation believes in the power of intentional community, especially when it serves as a catalyst for a group of storytellers to illuminate the human experience. Our partners are committed to providing a safe space for brave artistic expression, where artists come together to challenge and nurture each other, and feel inspired by the collective whole.
Time Warner Foundation believes in doing its part to remove the barriers to opportunity for the next generation of diverse storytellers. We are committed to promoting equity and inclusion in all of the programs we support. As we open doors to a diverse slate of artists, we also do our part in creating the conditions that allow the artistic landscape to thrive.
Time Warner Foundation is committed to long term partnerships that advance the artistic landscape as a whole. As we place our grantees at the center of everything we do, we are committed to being an ongoing resource that draws on our global brand. We also believe in partnerships that go beyond funding as we attempt to address the ongoing needs in the field and support the inclusive missions of our partners. We believe great relationships make for great art.
We have a right and responsibility to engage with stories that represent complex communities, both like and drastically different from our own. The Lark, with The Apothetae, has established a progressive fellowship for artists with disabilities. The work produced from this development initiative will challenge preconceptions by catalyzing more inclusive theatre.
Goodman Theatre opens the stage to theatre artists from every walk of life. Commissions and productions in Goodman's New Stages Festival have represented impressively diverse talent for over a decade. We are all different so the artistic landscape demands change through radical inclusion.