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Sunday, June 24 • 9:30am - 10:45am
Making Art & Remaking Ourselves: A New Arts Economy for Justice

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Artists are an important but often neglected part of the movement for a new economy. They are experimenting with new ways to meet their communities needs and express themselves in a time of great social turmoil. On this panel, we will discuss the movement for a new creative economy and strategize on how to harness the power of art for social change and in a time when art has become a tool in maintaining the status-quo.

Speakers
avatar for Reg Flowers

Reg Flowers

Organizer, Falconworks Theater Company
Reg Flowers began their career as a theater artist, on and off- Broadway, with several guest starring television appearances. They are founder of Falconworks Theater Company a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) that uses popular theater techniques to build capacities for civic engagement and... Read More →
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Adam Horowitz

Chief Instigator, U.S. Department of Arts and Culture
Adam Horowitz is an artist, instigator, cultural organizer, and founder of the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture (USDAC). He’s also a co-convener of Nuns & Nones, bringing Women Religious and Millennials together in new communities of contemplation and social action. Adam wa... Read More →
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Caroline Taiwo

Economic Opportunity Program Director, Springboard for the Arts
Caroline is the Economic Opportunity Program Director at Springboard for the Arts, a nationally recognized economic and community development organization based in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Since joining Springboard in October 2017, Caroline has piloted the 20/20 Artist Fellowship program... Read More →


Sunday June 24, 2018 9:30am - 10:45am EDT
CEC Classroom 215-216 C