Recordings are available to all ticket holders now through May 23.
If you did not purchase a ticket for the live conference, you can now buy a $25 ticket to view the recorded content.
All proceeds from the "Recorded Content" tickets will be donated to the New Jersey Institute of Social Justice.
Once you have purchased a ticket, return to this landing page (https://www.accelevents.com/e/CreatingChange) and click the "Enter Here to View Recordings" button to view the archived recordings. If this is your first time entering the event platform, you will be asked to enter your email and the password you created at the point of purchase.
If your ticket was purchased before the live event as part of a "10-Staff Pass" you will need to create a login and password to view the archived recordings. You can do this by clicking "LOGIN", then “SIGN UP,” and creating a username and password. You must use the email address where you received your confirmation email, or the system will not recognize that you are registered for the event. You will know you are logged in when you see your name at the top right of the screen.
If you already had a ticket of any kind for the conference on April 22 and 23, your existing ticket grants you access to recorded content; you do not need to purchase an additional ticket! All ticket holders will be able to access all recorded content until May 23 at 11:59 pm EST.
If you created a password but have forgotten it, you can reset your password here. You *must* use the email address where you received your confirmation email.
On Friday, April 23, there were multiple breakout sessions in the morning and afternoon. Be sure to scroll through all of the session options using the side arrows as you explore the recordings!
We welcome and encourage continued engagement with the recorded content by all staff members of arts and cultural organizations, as well as trustees, independent artists, unaffiliated arts and culture administrators, students, and anyone else interested in being part of creating a more equitable arts and cultural field in New Jersey.