Livestreamed on this page Friday 16 November 2018 starting at 2 p.m. EST (New York) / 19:00 UTC +0 (London) / 20:00 UTC +1 (Berlin) / 21:00 UTC +2 (Bucharest) / 22:00 UTC +3 (Moscow).
ArtsLink Assembly 2018: Artists and Global Citizenship
A Pilot ArtsLink Assembly in New York City organized and produced by CEC ArtsLink
CEC ArtsLink presented a pilot ArtsLink Assembly on Artists and Global Citizenship livestreaming from New York City on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv Friday 16 November 2018 at 2 p.m. EST (New York) / 19:00 UTC +0 (London) / 20:00 UTC +1 (Berlin) / 21:00 UTC +2 (Bucharest) / 22:00 UTC +3 (Moscow). Use #ArtsLinkAssembly in social media.
The ArtsLink Assembly is a new public forum to share practices and ideas, to network and foster dialogue with international and U.S. artists, cultural institutions, foundations, and city and federal agencies.
Central to the Assembly is the exploration of the impact of international cultural exchange and the artists' growing role in social justice and building an open democratic society. The ArtsLink Fellows 2018 from Albania, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, and Ukraine will participate in presentations and focused dialogues.
Speakers included, among others, Simon Brault, Director, Canada Council for the Arts; Izabel Galliera, author of Social Practice in Post-Soviet Europe; Leyya Tawil and Mike Khoury, artists; Nina Murray, U.S. State Department; Noor Zafar, lawyer; and Guiomar Ochoa, NEA.
Foundations panel moderated by Cathy Edwards, New England Foundation for the Arts, features Zeyba Rahman, Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art; Michelle Coffey, Lambent Foundation; Rashida Bumbray, Open Society Foundations; and Barbara Lanciers, Trust for Mutual Understanding.
0:00 — Welcome: Hadrien Coumans and Brent Michael Davids, Lenape Center / Simon Dove, CEC ArtsLink
7:39 — ArtsLink Fellows 2018: Inga Lāce, Latvia / Assel Kadyrkhanova, Kazakhstan
18:30 — Undoing Nationalism: Laurel Ptak, Art in General, and ArtsLink alum Michal Novotny, Centre for Contemporary Art FUTURA, Prague, Czech Republic
29:20 — Arts Envoy Program: Nina Murray, U.S. Department of State
36:18 — The Ecological Challenge: Hadrien Coumans and Brent Michael Davids, Lenape Center
44:22 — New York Safe Haven Residency: Ashley Tucker, Artistic Freedom Initiative and Sebastien Sanz de Santamaria, Residency Unlimited
55:13 — Arab Experimentalism in Music, Performance and Live Art: artists Leyya Tawil and Mike Khoury
1:06:20 — ArtsLink Fellows 2018: Bozhena Zakaliuzhna, Ukraine / Viacheslav Ivaschenko, Russia
1:17:50 — The Arts Beyond Borders — Beginning with the Americas: Simon Brault, CEO Canada Council for the Arts. View the English transcript and the French transcript on the Canada Council for the Arts website.
1:45:25 — Foundations Investing in Trans-National Cultural Programs: Challenges and Opportunities. Panel moderated by Cathy Edwards, New England Foundation for the Arts with Zeyba Rahman, Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art; Michelle Coffey, Lambent Foundation; Rashida Bumbray, Open Society Foundations; and Barbara Lanciers, Trust for Mutual Understanding
2:30:30 — ArtsLink Fellows 2018: Zoya Falkova, Kazakhstan / Anna Dziapshipa, Georgia
2:41:10 — The Relevance of Socially Engaged Art Practice in Times of Crisis: Izabel Galliera, Assistant Professor, McDaniel College
2:57:33 — How the National Endowment for the Arts Fosters International Creative Collaboration: Guiomar Ochoa, International Activities Specialist, National Endowment for the Arts
3:07:35 — ArtsLink Fellows 2018: Adela Demetja, Albania / Karolina Halatek, Poland
3:18:26 — Make Sanctuary Not Art — Institutions, Artists and the Politics of Solidarity: Abou Farman Farmaian, The New School
3:29:17 — Priit Raud, ArtsLink alum, Estonia
3:41:14 — The Muslim Ban: Policies Targeting Muslim Communities: Noor Zafar, ACLU
3:51:48 — ArtsLink Fellows 2018: Raluca Croitoru, Romania / Filip Rađenović, Serbia
3:59:30 — Thanks: All Fellows 2018
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