Apr
7
to Apr 17

A Fierce Kind of Love (Philadelphia)

A Fierce Kind of Love. (Liz Green: Community Engagement Consultant) A Fierce Kind of Love (AFKOL) tells the untold stories of Pennsylvania's Intellectual Disability Rights Movement. Written by Obie-nominated theater artist Suli Holum, and directed by David Bradley, AFKOL expresses the Movement's layered history and the very human passions and bonds that underlie it. Informed by historical research and Visionary Voices oral history interviews, guided by ongoing discussion with people with disabilities and their families, and featuring an ensemble of actors of all abilities, AFKOL models the Institute's value of inclusive practice by working with people with disabilities and families as first person sources and makers of creative content. 

A Fierce Kind of Love
a new play by Suli Holum
directed by David Bradley
Premieres April 7 - 17, 2016

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Nov
14
8:30 AM08:30

Creative Strength Swap

ORGANIZED BY SMALL BUT MIGHTY ARTS AND ARTISTIC REBUTTAL

at the Painted Bride Arts Center, Philadelphia.

Local creatives looking for an alternative to traditional funding and resource models – look no further! At the Creative Strength Swap you can offer your skills, knowledge and time in exchange for helpful resources from other participating creatives to complete a project or goal. Past participants have swapped skills in web design in exchange for photography skills, or resume writing in exchange for volunteer work.

The day-long event will include an expert panel of artists and arts leaders speaking about their experiences and the strength of creative partnerships. Swap participants will then attend helpful planning sessions to identify their transferable skills and learn how to create a successful resource swap partnership. After lunch, attendees will participate in an interactive swap activity to identify potential partners and begin the first steps in the process. Coaches will be on hand to help groups work through feasible agreements and offer their knowledge and expertise throughout the process. Participants will also receive a list of helpful resources and have the opportunity to connect with local resource-based organizations during the day.

REGISTER HERE: https://paintedbride.org/events/creative-strength-swap/

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Oct
21
to Oct 23

Here. Stories from Selinsgrove Center and KenCrest Services

Here. Stories from Selinsgrove Center and KenCrest Services is the result of an oral history and photography project connecting Pennsylvanians with and without intellectual disabilities. Interview excerpts and photos make up this public exhibit at the State Capitol in Harrisburg, one of a series of exhibits and events coinciding with the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act and National Disability Employment Awareness Month. The show includes accounts of present day life in State Centers, Intermediate Care Facilities, and sheltered workshops, addressing questions of equity and inclusion.

Opening Reception and Gallery Talk
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
1- 2 p.m.
State Capitol Building, Main Rotunda, Harrisburg

http://www.pcah.us/events/1965_a_fierce_kind_of_love_here_stories_from_selinsgrove_center_and_kencrest_services

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Aug
28
to Aug 31

Network of Ensemble Theaters National Gathering (Fayette, ME)

 The Network of Ensemble Theaters  links a diverse array of ensembles and practitioners to one another and the performing arts field, encouraging collaborations and knowledge building and dissemination. NET is committed to the advancement of the ensemble form and strives to bring about change in the world beyond ourselves through the transformative power of collaborative theater.     Registration is now open for NET’s 2015 National Gathering in at Camp Winnebago* in Fayette, Maine.  Gather with us to say farewell to Mark Valdez, share plans about NET’s leadership transition, envision the next phase of NET, make art, see performances, take workshops, sit by the lake, and look at the stars.   MORE INFO ON REGISTRATION & EVENT 

The Network of Ensemble Theaters links a diverse array of ensembles and practitioners to one another and the performing arts field, encouraging collaborations and knowledge building and dissemination. NET is committed to the advancement of the ensemble form and strives to bring about change in the world beyond ourselves through the transformative power of collaborative theater.  

Registration is now open for NET’s 2015 National Gathering in at Camp Winnebago* in Fayette, Maine.

Gather with us to say farewell to Mark Valdez, share plans about NET’s leadership transition, envision the next phase of NET, make art, see performances, take workshops, sit by the lake, and look at the stars.

MORE INFO ON REGISTRATION & EVENT 

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Aug
4
to Aug 9

Alternate ROOTS Week (Arden, NC)

Alternate Roots Week   

ROOTS Week Annual Meeting & Artists’ Retreat is a unique gathering of artists and cultural organizers creating a better world together. The week-long event combines performance, studios, late-night cabarets, installations, business meetings and networking opportunities.

It is here that we throw out new ideas, think critically about our processes and move the conversation on art, activism and community forward by showing our work.

This year’s theme of TRANSFORMATION is the second year of our three year initiative – Call to Action – where we investigate our work as artists and cultural organizers. During each year of this initiative, we will explore a core element of arts activism: Aesthetics in 2014, Transformation in 2015, and Emergence/Organizing in 2016.

Co-op work groups keep everything running and the casual, family-friendly atmosphere provides a re-energizing and creative place for professionals in the field of arts, community and activism.

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Jun
27
to Jun 28

TURBINE (Philadelphia)

June 27 & 28 2015

The Water Works

640 Water Works Drive, Philadelphia, PA 19130

with Leah Stein Dance Company

Byron Au Yong, Composer

Alan Harler, Conductor

Tickets Free! - http://www.mcchorus.org/wp/archives/2685 

In celebration of the Water Works’ 200th anniversary, Mendelssohn Club joins forces with the Leah Stein Dance Company and composer Byron Au Yong to present the world premiere of TURBINE, an immersive work for singers, dancers, and instruments, featuring choreography and music shaped in response to the site’s architecture and landscape. Join us as we celebrate “LOVE Your Park Week” by exploring the Water Works and Schuylkill watershed through movement and sound.

 

Liz Green - Audience Engagement

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Jun
12
to Jun 14

Camp Bonfire (Central PA)

Summer Camp for Adults!

Camp Bonfire is where adults go to experience the best parts of summer.

 

We’ve got a lake, fun-loving counselors, capture the flag, canoeing, sweet cabin living, archery, zip-line, and the camp magic that makes a long weekend feel like a lifetime.

Join us for an inspiring all-inclusive escape to nature, community, and play. We’re only 2.5 hours from Philly and New York. We’ll help you get here and take care of you when you arrive.

http://campbonfire.com/

 

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Mar
14
10:00 AM10:00

Seeking Interviewers for CONNECTING THROUGH STORY: LIVES LIVED APART

interviewers needed.

Want to hear a good story? The Institute on Disabilities at Temple University seeks fifteen individuals of all backgrounds and abilities to participate in Connecting Through Story: Lives Lived Apart, an interviewing and photography project connecting Pennsylvanians with and without intellectual disabilities.

Participants will be trained to conduct oral history-style interviews with individuals with intellectual disabilities who live or work in state centers, sheltered workshops, and Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF/IDs). Photographer JJ Tiziou will work with participants and interviewees to document the process and take portraits. Following the interviews, participants and interviewees will collaborate to select interview excerpts and photos for inclusion in a public exhibit at the State Capitol in Harrisburg, which will be on display in October 2015, one of a series of exhibits and events coinciding with the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act and National Disability Employment Awareness Month.

Connecting Through Story: Lives Lived Apart is a public engagement project coordinated in conjunction with A Fierce Kind of Love, an oral history-based play about the intellectual disability rights movement in Pennsylvania. With permission, interviews and photographs will be shared on the A Fierce Kind of Love website. This project receives significant support from the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage.

APPLY ONLINE TO BECOME AN INTERVIEWER

 

Requirements:

  • Ability to commit to the full scope of participation, including attendance at:
    -Training session, Saturday, March 14, 2015, at Temple University.
    -Interview day (full day, on-site at either a state center or sheltered workshop). April 2015.
    -Review session (4 hours, on-site where interview took place). May 2015.
  • Good listening skills
  • Interest in engaging with people from diverse backgrounds and of diverse abilities
  • Interest in learning how to work with simple audio recording equipment
  • Willingness to be photographed
  • Willingness to participate without compensation
  • Must be age 18 or older

Interviewers will not be compensated for participation. Travel and related expenses will be paid by the Institute on Disabilities.

For more information, contact Lisa Sonneborn
lisa.sonneborn@temple.edu
215-204-9542 (voice)
215-204-1356 (voice/tty)

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Jan
14
8:00 PM20:00

Team Sunshine's Regifting Party (Philadelphia)

Team Sunshine Performance Corporation's annual Regifting Party is here again. 

-great people, cozy party
-Bite size premier
-cheap drinks
-Gift Exchange

T.Sunshine is continuing to create bite size pieces (10-15 minutes morsels of art), and we're excited to premier the next one at our Regifting Party. On January 14th, 2015, we'll share a brand new mini-piece created by Team Sunshine and Guest Lead-Artist Tommy Butler , collaborating with TSun Captain Benjamin Camp, Sam Dingman, Jenna Horton, and Michael Dylan Ferrara!

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Dec
19
to Dec 21

How Philly Moves (Philadelphia)

Everyone is Photogenic, and Everyone can Dance.

These two simple truths inform How Philly Moves, a project of JJ Tiziou Photography – a photographic project that uses the shared joy of movement to illuminate our common humanity and celebrate our community.

The sign-up window for the 2014 How Philly Moves community dance photo sessions is open through November 23rd!

Please help us reach out to Philadelphians who love to dance:

Any age.
Any style.
Any language.
Any walk of life.
Anyone who loves to dance!

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Nov
8
7:00 PM19:00

The Hopeful City (Philadelphia)

The Hopeful City is BuildaBridge’s signature annual gala event held during National Homeless Youth Awareness Month.  Artwork created by the region’s political, religious, social service, education, corporate, cultural and sports leaders, will galvanize a collective vision for a more hopeful city environment where children can grow and develop.  The Hopeful City will highlight the important role of creativity and art-making in healing children and families experiencing trauma.

WHEN?

November 8, 2014, 7pm – 10p.m.

Held in conjunction with National Homeless Youth Awareness month

WHERE?

WHYY –Philadelphia, Independence Mall West, 150 N. Sixth Street Philadelphia, PA 19106

WHO?

Over 300 guests are planned to be in attendance at the event to bid on the art work of the city’s public, corporate & cultural leaders in support of BuildaBridge’s mission.  BuildaBridge is a Philadelphia-based arts education and intervention nonprofit organization that engages creative people and the transformative power of  art-making to bring hope and healing to children and families living in contexts of crisis and poverty.

WHY?

The Hopeful City fulfills a significant part of BuildaBridge’s mission–to bring hope—to children and in a city where homelessness remains a significant problem, where children are consistent victims of violence, where underfunding erodes education & quality of life, and where “safety net” and hopeful experiences remain elusive for many children.  Ÿ The event will help raise awareness of the important role the arts play in human health & development.  Art-making engages young people in a process that builds resilience, helps youth communicate thoughts and ideas in new ways, form a vision for their future,  and develop creative problem-solving, leadership & academic  skills.  A hopeful city must include a prominent and permanent place for arts involvement for all its children.  Ÿ  To raise much needed resources to continue the work of BuildaBridge, and to increase BuildaBridge’s visibility as a significant contributor to the life of the city of Philadelphia and its child citizens.

Are you interested in becoming a corporate or individual Sponsor for  BaB’s The Hopeful City?

  • Principal/Title sponsors – range $10,000 – $15000
  • Major sponsors – range $5000-$7500
  • Supporting sponsors – range $1000-$2500

Contact Dr. Vivian Nix-Early, Event Chair, to discuss customized benefits for your sponsorship.

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Jul
28
7:00 PM19:00

Henry IV: Your Prince and Mine (Philadelphia)

 

Team Sunshine  in collaboration with Shakespeare in Clark Park presents an epic Henry IV.

One prince leaves behind his bar-fueled youth and rises to responsibility.

Team Sunshine Performance Corporation will assemble a literal army of actors: over 100 people will be involved in creating massive outdoor battle scenes, a preshow pub experience, and a full production of Shakespeare’s Henry IV.

Interested in participating? EmailMakoto@teamsunshineperformance.com to be placed on a list for further communications.

Directed by Alex Torra.
Text by William Shakespeare.
Army and Pub Experience by Benjamin Camp, Alex Torra, Makoto Hirano, and Marla Burkholder.

Produced by Shakespeare in Clark Park (Marla Burkholder, Artistic Director) and Team Sunshine Performance Corporation (Benjamin Camp, Makoto Hirano, and Alex Torra, Co-Captains)

Also, join us and a panel of experts for a conversation about Violence and Art.

Coming July 2014.

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Dec
8
1:30 PM13:30

Emergent Strategies: Speculative Fiction & Radical Organizing Leeway Foundation (Philadelphia)

Register here - http://www.eventbrite.com/e/emergent-strategies-speculative-fiction-radical-organizing-tickets-9116129589

Join Leeway Foundation on December 8, 2013 to welcome writer and cultural organizer Adrienne Maree Brown for a lively conversation inspired by the work of visionary, post-apocalyptic, science-fiction author Octavia Butler. This discussion will explore the visionary qualities of science/speculative fiction with radical community organizing practice using Butler’s work.

Butler’s writing in The Parable series and other works instigates and provokes new thinking about how we can bring into being the kind of society that we want and expands what we might imagine. Through her protagonists, Butler illustrated adaptive, intuitive, shared leadership in practice. This recurrent theme, dubbed “Emergent Strategy,” will be a key focus of the afternoon’s discussion.

About Adrienne

Adrienne is a 2013 Kresge Literary Arts Fellow writing science fiction in Detroit. She is co-editor, with poet/activist Walidah Imarisha, of the forthcoming anthology Octavia’s Brood: Science Fiction from Social Justice Movements. She has helped to launch the Octavia Butler and Emergent Strategy Reading Network for people interested in reading Octavia’s work from a political and strategic framework, and is building with the Octavia Butler Legacy Network on other ways of extending Butler’s work.

Co-sponsors: 

This workshop is presented in partnership with the following organizations: The AfroFuturist Affair, Apiary Magazine, Art Sanctuary, BLACKprint, Bread & Roses Community Fund, GriotWorks, Media Mobilizing Project, Metropolarity, Myth Media Studios, Thread Makes Blanket, and Training for Change.

Have questions about Emergent Strategies: Speculative Fiction & Radical Organizing?Contact Leeway Foundation

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Nov
9
7:00 PM19:00

Hopeful City, Buildabridge, International (Philadelphia)

The Hopeful City is BuildaBridge’s signature annual gala event held during National Homeless Youth Awareness Month.  Artwork created by the region’s political, religious, social service, education, corporate, cultural and sports leaders, will galvanize a collective vision for a more hopeful city environment where children can grow and develop.  The Hopeful City will highlight the important role of creativity and art-making in healing children and families experiencing trauma.

WHEN?

November 9, 2013, 7pm – 10p.m.

Held in conjunction with National Homeless Youth Awareness month

WHERE?

WHYY –Philadelphia, Independence Mall West, 150 N. Sixth Street Philadelphia, PA 19106

WHO?

Over 300 guests are planned to be in attendance at the event to bid on the art work of the city’s public, corporate & cultural leaders in support of BuildaBridge’s mission.  BuildaBridge is a Philadelphia-based arts education and intervention nonprofit organization that engages creative people and the transformative power of  art-making to bring hope and healing to children and families living in contexts of crisis and poverty.

WHY?

The Hopeful City fulfills a significant part of BuildaBridge’s mission–to bring hope—to children and in a city where homelessness remains a significant problem, where children are consistent victims of violence, where underfunding erodes education & quality of life, and where “safety net” and hopeful experiences remain elusive for many children.  Ÿ The event will help raise awareness of the important role the arts play in human health & development.  Art-making engages young people in a process that builds resilience, helps youth communicate thoughts and ideas in new ways, form a vision for their future,  and develop creative problem-solving, leadership & academic  skills.  A hopeful city must include a prominent and permanent place for arts involvement for all its children.  Ÿ  To raise much needed resources to continue the work of BuildaBridge, and to increase BuildaBridge’s visibility as a significant contributor to the life of the city of Philadelphia and its child citizens.

Are you interested in becoming a corporate or individual Sponsor for  BaB’s The Hopeful City?

  • Principal/Title sponsors – range $10,000 – $15000
  • Major sponsors – range $5000-$7500
  • Supporting sponsors – range $1000-$2500

Contact Dr. Vivian Nix-Early, Event Chair, to discuss customized benefits for your sponsorship.

 

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Nov
4
4:00 PM16:00

Ethics of Community Arts Practice with Arlene Goldbard (Philadelphia)

Well known writer, speaker and cultural activist, Arlene Goldbard will be in Philadelphia on Monday, November 4th to present her "Ethics of Community Arts Practice" workshop at the Leeway Foundation.

Artists working in communities encounter the unique ethical challenges of participatory arts practice. How to balance the commitment to a funder or sponsoring organization with commitments to community participants? Is the community artist’s role to channel others’ creativity without intruding, or should the artist’s own aesthetics, values, and priorities be part of the mix? How do you handle censorship, conflict, disruption?  Led by Arlene Goldbard, this hands-on workshop will help participants identify their own values and ethical commitments, equipping themselves to anticipate and head off conflicts, and find mutual, respectful solutions when they do arise.

This workshop is sponsored by The Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation with support from the Leeway Foundation and the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance.

Event Details

November 4, 2013 - 4:00pm

November 4, 2013 - 6:00pm

Leeway Foundation

1315 Walnut Street Suite 832

Philadelphia

PA19107

United States

Registration Information

Website Registration: 

http://bartol.org/teachin...

Contact Name: 

 Nancy DeLucia

Contact Phone: 

 215-399-3526

Contact Email: 

 nancyd@philaculture.org

 

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Oct
24
5:30 PM17:30

Conundrums in Arts Advocacy (Philadelphia)

Join Emerging Arts Leaders: Philadelphia and Artistic Rebuttal Project for discussions and debate centered around issues artists and art administrators face in the field of arts advocacy. Topics include artists as advocates, arts advocacy in the face of pressing social issues (education, health care, homelessness), and other issues surrounding arts advocacy.

The event is free and open to anyone invested in the arts. Light refreshments will be served and we hope you'll continue the conversation over drinks afterwards (location TBD). 

5:30 pm - Registration & Networking

6:00 pm - Opening Remarks by Nancy DeLucia, Director of Policy & Community Engagement, Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance

6:20 pm - Breakout Sessions

7:00 pm - Debate

8:00 pm - Drinks & Networking (location TBD)

 

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Oct
18
to Oct 19

LISTEN TO ME: stories of child sexual abuse survivors and those who help them (NYC)

 

LISTEN TO ME: stories of child sexual abuse survivors and those who help them

October 18, 2013- 7PM FREE

University Settlement, NYC
  

LISTEN TO ME: stories of child sexual abuse survivors and those who help them is a 40-minute production created by Kingsbridge Heights Community Center and Ping Chong + Company, written by Jesca Prudencio and Ireen Ninonuevo (KHCC). Therapists from KHCC share their own stories, and give voice to the experiences of child survivors who have gone through KHCC’s child sexual abuse prevention and treatment program. The production premiered in April 2013 at Kingsbridge Heights Community Center.

Listen to Me is part of Ping Chong + Company’s Undesirable Elements series and theSecret Survivors National Initiative to use theater to raise awareness around issues of child sexual abuse. Modeled on Ping Chong + Company’s original Secret Survivors production, social service organizations from around the country participated in a 2012 arts and activism training with Ping Chong + Company, and are now creating their own theatrical productions and projects, featuring the voices and experiences of survivors of child sexual abuse. These productions will become tools for community-based dialogue and galvanize action as part of the national movement to end child sexual abuse. In addition to theatrical performances, Ping Chong + Company has created a documentary and toolkit Secret Survivors: Using Theater To Break the Silence, which is available for community and educational partners. For more information about the Secret Survivors National Initiative, please visit www.secretsurvivors.org.

SECRET SURVIVORS  Updates

Sara Zatz and Amita Swadhin led a theater workshop and screening of the Secret Survivorsdocumentary at the National Sexual Assault Conference in Los Angeles on August 28-30, 2013. Forty people attended the workshop exploring the use of theater and the arts to end child sexual abuse.

The Secret Survivors Toolkit and Documentary is a resource for anyone with an interest in addressing, preventing, and ultimately ending child sexual abuse. Available for purchasehere

The Secret Survivors Documentary screening event we hosted was a mobilizing event for our Los Angeles community.  The documentary and the Secret Survivors project gives voice to the silenced in an acessible, authentic and healing way.  Our community discussion after the screening was rich and supportive.  It made us all want to get involved in the movement to end child sexual abuse, and this project reminds us how important it is to hold the stories of survivors at the center.

- Emily Austin, Director of Policy and Evaluation, Peace Over Violence

The Secret Survivors toolkit and documentary were generously supported by the Ms. Foundation for Women, Frank and Ruth E. Caruso Foundation, the JPB Foundation, and and contributors to our Indiegogo
campaign.

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Oct
16
6:00 PM18:00

Infiltrating Public Space: a workshop led by Tassos Stevens of Coney (Philadelphia)

 New Paradise Laboratories is bringing a very special opportunity to Philly as part of the Philadelphia Game Lab's annual Grassroots Game Conference (Oct. 14-20).

Offered at NO CHARGE to the Philadelphia creative community, but RSVP required. Participants from all disciplines are encouraged to register.

Attend either session on Wednesday, October 16th, 12pm-4pm and 6pm-10pmat Christ Church Neighborhood House.

Infiltrating Public Space: a workshop led by Tassos Stevens of Coney

Tassos Stevens (@tassosstevens) is a founder and co-director of Coney (@agencyofconey) which concocts adventure through many kinds of play. In this workshop, open to anyone who is game, TS will share some of Coney's secrets (one especially) for how and why to create diversions in public space. Expect to engage with the work on your feet, indoors and outdoors, and know that it will be captivating and mysterious.
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Tassos Stevens is an England-based thought leader in the field of game design, audience engagement, and innovation and the founder and co-director of Coney. Stevens specializes in delivering play to people in all kinds of spaces, wherever they are.

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Oct
6
4:00 PM16:00

Stories from Anthracite Fields (Philadelphia)

 

Stories from Anthracite Fields

October 6, 2013 at 4pm
With First Person Arts
Barbara Powell, a coal miner’s daughter
Tom Supey, Jr., a third-generation miner
Laurie McCants, Director of Hard Coal and Bloomburg Theater Ensemble Member
Julia Wolfe, Composer
Alan Harler, Artistic Director

L’Etage
6th and Bainbridge Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19147
FREE event open to the public. Reservations required.
Get to know the anthracite miners and their families through this unique story event with First Person Arts and Mendelssohn Club. As a part of our research for Anthracite Fields (to be premiered April 2014), composer Julia Wolfe and story facilitator Laurie McCants conducted numerous interviews digging in the coal mining lore. Meet the faces behind the stories as we begin a season of exploration.
Food and beverage available for purchase.
To reserve your spot at this insider’s event, click here.

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Oct
5
9:00 AM09:00

REVOLVE: An Art for Social Change Symposium (Philadelphia)

 

In honor of the Leeway Foundation’s 20th anniversary and Grantmakers in the Arts (GIA) coming to Philadelphia, we invite you to join us on Saturday, October 5, for a day-long event that will convene artists, activists, cultural workers, organizers, scholars, and community leaders to celebrate examples from the past two decades where artists and cultural producers have connected their practice to social change movements.

The day will consist of a keynote presentation, three plenary sessions, and pop-up performances. Session topics include: “Claiming Space: Community to Museum”, “Embedded in Community: What Is Social Practice?” and “Hybridism: Artists as Activists”. The keynote and plenary sessions will take place at Temple Contemporary (2001 N. 13th Street). A reception and program of performances produced in collaboration with the Race Peace project and GIA will take place at Asian Arts Initiative (1219 Vine Street).

Participants include: anonymous bodies (Kate Watson-Wallace and Jaamil Kosoko), visual artist and filmmakerBayeté Ross Smith, writer/cultural organizer Jeff Chang, visual artist Jesus Barraza, dancer/musician Germaine Ingram (ACG '12, LTA '08)composer and activist Imani Uzuri, musician/filmmaker Invincible, visual artist Melanie Cervantes, photographer and activist, Mia Nakano, Executive Director, Lambent Foundation Michelle Coffey, visual artist Pepón OsorioPigeon Presents, (Alyesha Wise and Jacob Winterstein) Executive Director-Tucson Pima Arts Council Roberto Bedoya,curator/scholar/filmmaker Roya Rastegar.

Visual artist/organizer Favianna Rodriguez will give the keynote address and the day will be hosted by scholar/producer Yaba Blay (ACG '10) with a special message from philosopher/activist Grace Lee Boggs.

The event is free but you must RSVP.

 

http://leeway.org/news-and-events.html?action=NewsDetail&newstype=EVENTS&NewsID=262

 

 

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