EAP brings together dynamic panelists to discuss artistic citizenship and issues of engagement with place.
For this program, among other inquiries, we ask:
* To what degree have artists become agents of community revitalization and place-making?
* How are cluster initiatives in the development of city spaces facilitating the role of artistic citizenship and providing opportunities for partnership with the public?
* In what ways are cities, curators, and organizations utilizing elements of the New Deal/ WPA legacy to create a new model for artists as citizens?
David Kasprzak, Artist
Julio Morales, Artist / Adjunct Curator, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Jennifer Parker, Professor of Art and Digital Art and New Media, UC Santa Cruz / Co-founder, OpenLab
Randy Rollison, Innovation Studio Director, Intersection for the Arts
Lizzie Wallack, envelope architecture + Design / Project Architect, ProxySF
Moderator: Sanjit Sethi, Co-Director, CCA Center for Art & Public Life
5:30-7:30pm Moderated discussion and Q & A
7:30-8pm Reception (light refreshments will be available)