An economic and political system that favors private ownership, capitalism has sparked some profoundly creative pushback. In abandoned bank buildings, failed urban development projects and public squares, we discover artists and their communities in the U.S., Western Europe, South America, and Greece taking on the challenge—as whistleblowers, catalysts, educators, moneymakers, evangelicals, and documentarians.
Creating Connections/Sparking Engagement, issue 4 of our Fresh Art International Research Guide, delves into the theme of social engagement.
Miami Moves Me is a Spring 2020 podcast brought to you by a team of University of Miami students. Their stories explore the City’s cultural landscape.
Robert Chambers on Art, Ancient Plants and New Technologies – At the AIRIE Nest, an art gallery inside the Visitor Center, we meet Robert Chambers…
The first three Student Edition episodes feature voices from Detroit, Toronto, and Chicago. Revealing a future we can look forward to, they show our potential for creating a more connected world.
At Wayne State University, degree programs are increasingly geared toward next generation art and design. Students taking the course Design for Urban Mobility work with local entrepreneurs to solve design problems.
Globally engaged curators talk about themes we’ll explore during the 2019 IKT Congress in Miami. Ground zero for sea level rise, Miami is the ideal context for our conversation on how art and visual culture are changing public perception of today’s climate crisis.
Part Two of the program we streamed on Jolt Radio from the Everglades, February 24, 2019. Featuring conversations with artists, scientists, rangers, educators and Miccosukee activists.