Art & Activism: Nourishing Conscious Communities

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Art & Activism: Nourishing Conscious Communities

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SVA’s Division of Continuing Education is pleased to present its 4th annual Art & Activism event, which will be presented as a virtual symposium during Climate Week NYC. This symposium is dedicated to exploring the relationship between environmental and social injustices and how our talents and voices can organize to nourish conscious communities.

This virtual symposium will consist of presentations and interactive workshops. We will conclude the day’s events with a panel discussion with presenters, moderated by media personality Valerie Smaldone. Panel participants will discuss how their visions address climate justice, provide an opportunity to galvanize community and forge a dedicated path into the future.

12 pm | Welcome to the 4th Annual Art & Activism

Select sessions below to view more information for each event. Register for one event and use the same link to join us throughout the day! Zoom details will be emailed 24 hours prior to the start of the symposium.

12:00-1:00pm | Twisted, Woven, Tied

1:15-2:15pm | Art, Community & Sustainability

2:30-3:30pm | Design Thinking for Public Spaces

3:45-4:45pm | Food Philosophies with Pierre Thiam

5-5:45pm | From Song to Animation: Organizations Creating Change Through Art

6-7pm | Climate Justice & Designing the Future

Learn more about the symposium speakers in this special interview featured on the "Bagels and Broadway with Valerie Smaldone" radio show and podcast.

Join SVACE community this fall for one of our many courses designed to enliven and engage your activist spirit as we work together to combat injustice.

Learn more about the speakers in this special interview featured on the "Bagels and Broadway with Valerie Smaldone" radio show and podcast.

Art & Activism: Takin' it to the Streets

Take a look back at Art & Activism 2019, celebrating the power of collectives, performance as political activism, and the poetics of public space. Together, we celebrate the radical practices of creatives across the globe working to combat injustice.

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