WHAT WILL BE DIFFERENT?
A Conversation on Arts Funding in a Changing America
Given continuing threats to public arts funding, and recent sponsorship cancelations around cultural projects that address our current political circumstances, join us for a conversation with four brilliant thinkers on what will be different for arts funding in a changing America.
Michelle Coffey, Executive Director, Lambent Foundation
Bridgit Antoinette Evans, Executive Director, Pop Culture Collaborative
Risë Wilson, Director of Philanthropy, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation
Yancey Strickler, Co-Founder & CEO, Kickstarter
Day 1 of:
WE ARE THE PEOPLE WE’VE BEEN WAITING FOR:
A Festival of Visionary Ideas, Activism & Arts
July 13, 14 & 15, 2017
New York Live Arts · The 8th Floor · Queens Museum
Presented by ArtPlace America + Creative Capital + Fractured Atlas + United States Artists + Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute + The Tate Group
Curated by Brian Tate
WE ARE THE PEOPLE WE’VE BEEN WAITING FOR is a three-day festival of public forums and performances that will gather an array of top artists, activists, and thinkers to explore what America’s new political climate means for arts and culture. On July 13, 14 and 15, 2017, we will explore what a changing America means for arts funders, social justice arts organizations, and artist-activists in our communities. Each forum will feature a moderated panel discussion, a pre-talk performance by a leading New York City performing artist, and an audience Q&A.