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Panel: Pro/Deuce

Dualities and Dichotomies in Community-Based Arts Practices

This panel brings together a diverse group of internationally recognized artists for a critical dialogue on the ability of socially engaged art and community art centers to address a variety of challenges facing urban centers.

Panelists will explore a range of subjects around their various practices, including politics, both within local communities and as related to development concerns, issues of race and class, (where they come up and how they’re negotiated) and questions of sustainability. The conversation will expand the dialogue around art and the social space, and explore how community art centers might speak to the current place and purpose of public art.

Panelists:
Edgar Arceneaux, co-founder, Watts House Project, Los Angeles
Rick Lowe, founder, Project Row House, Houston
Daniel Seiple, co-founder, Skulpturenpark Berlin_Zentrum / KUNSTrePUBLIK, Berlin
Marion Wilson, founder, 601 Tully, Syracuse
Moderator: Nato Thompson, Chief Curator, Creative Time, New York

Free and open to the public. Doors 5pm. No admittance after 7 pm.
Please bring a photo ID for security. Space is limited - RSVP by April 15, email to lheyman@syr.edu
Organized by: Laura Heyman, Department of Transmedia at Syracuse University, with support from the SU Humanities Center.

Pro/Deuce: Arts and Community

The panel Pro/Deuce: Dualities and Dichotomies in Community-Based Arts Practices brought together a diverse group of internationally recognized artists for a critical dialogue on the ability of socially engaged art and community art centers to address a variety of challenges facing urban centers. The conversation addressed politics, both within local communities and as related to development concerns, issues of race and class (where they come up and how they’re negotiated), and questions of sustainability. Panelists include Edgar Arceneaux, co-founder of the Watts House Project in Los Angeles, Rick Lowe, founder of Project Row House in Houston, Daniel Seiple, founder of KUNSTrePUBLIK in Berlin, and Marion Wilson, founder of 601 Tully in Syracuse. The discussion was moderated by Nato Thompson, chief curator of Creative Time, New York and organized by Laura Heyman, associate professor in the Department of Transmedia at Syracuse University, with support from the SU Humanities Center and the College of Visual and Performing Arts. Recorded April 18, 2013 at the Clocktower Gallery in New York City.
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