Whether you are

an individual, non-profit executive, are representing a fortune 500 company, or are a university, we will work with your team to develop practices that support your current work, while moving towards equity and inclusion. We are glad to partner with organizations both in, and outside, the contemporary art world to do this important work. At the core, art leads our inquiry and methodology, creating innovative platforms for conversations on inclusion as we work towards equity. 


Through a creative and arts-based lens, ACI is committed to working with both individuals and collective groups to bridge and close the cultural equity gap in our contemporary arts world and beyond. We offer a suite of consultancy services, in addition to leadership training, to support this sector-wide development. ACI works with partners in the contemporary art world, and beyond, using art as a tool for building inclusive practices.

  • Are you a diversity & inclusion officer in your organization?

  • Are you a leader working in an institution or organization that could use equity, diversity & inclusion training?

  • Are you a recruiter working to support equity, diversity & inclusion development?

  • Are you interested in equity, diversity & inclusion but aren’t quite sure where to start?

We’re here to support you and your community. 


To understand the needs of each organization, and assess the current culture and environment, ACI offers diversity and inclusion systems diagnostics. This varies in size, duration and cost based on the needs of an organization.


Building on our arts-infused equity & inclusion Systems Diagnostics, ACI offers a suite of consultancy trainings around diversity, inclusion and equity topics. Depending on the objectives of the organization, trainings will be tailored to fit the needs of the communities served. One constant in all our training is that art and creativity are at the core as we partner with our innovative artist leaders of color to leverage artwork for these essential conversations. We even offer traveling arts exhibitions for placement around inclusion topic areas!


We know this work is not easy to do, and we know it can’t be done alone. Correspondingly, we’re in the process of building affinity groups for communities to support one another in this endeavor. If you are interested in being part of an affinity group please join our newsletter for updates. 

If you identify as an Arts Leader of Color we also highly suggest reaching out to ArtsBoston to join their Network for Arts Administrators of Color (NAAC).