Creative Time Summit: Art, Place and Dislocation in the 21st Century
Live Streaming: October 25, 9 am – 5 pm; October 26, 10 am – 5 pm
UWM Arts Center Lecture Hall
COROLLARY PROGRAM, 11:15 AM, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, ARTS CENTER LECTURE HALL
ART, PLACE, AND LOCATION: TAKING ACTION IN MILWAUKEE
MODERATED BY ARIJIT SEN, UWM College of Architecture and Urban Planning
This live session looks at the potential and the challenges of art and community-based practices in Milwaukee through a sample of past, current and future projects and a discussion around support and infrastructure needed to advance public-oriented art and architecture.
Adam Carr, writer, collaborator in the Type Face public art project
Sara Daleiden, MKE<->LAX, Milwaukee Artists Resource Network
Raoul Deal, Artist in Residence at UWM Cultures and Community Program
Jeremy Fojut, Art Milwaukee
Mutope Johnson, UWM Graduate Student, Art & Design
Jeanette Martin, Stitch Milwaukee
Other panelists TBA
In partnership with Creative Time, an organization dedicated to art’s role in shaping public life, INOVA will live stream this yearly summit to Milwaukee audiences. Creative Time’s fifth annual conference on socially engaged art tackles the many roles art plays in urban development around the world. Over 30 artists, activists and thinkers will participate, including keynote speakers Lucy Lippard and Rebecca Solnit. For a complete listing of speakers and a full schedule visit www.creativetime.org/summit. INOVA will offer opportunities for discussion on the impact of local art and urbanism efforts following various sessions; up to date information will be posted on INOVA’s Facebook page.