Protocols of Participation: Recent Models of Socially Engaged Art in the United-States and Europe is part of ART², a month-long visual arts festival exploring ideas and themes paramount to the international art world, which will be presented with more than 20 partner museums, galleries, universities, and non-profit spaces in New York during April 2014.

ART & SOCIETY

TALK: Protocols of Participation: Recent Models of Socially Engaged Art in the United-States and Europe
With Creative Time (Laura Raicovich, Nato Thompson) and Nouveaux Commanditaires-Fondation de France (Xavier Douroux, Thérèse Legierse). Moderated by Thomas Crow and Alexander Nagel (Institute of Fine Arts - New York University).
Venue: Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
1 E 78 St, New York, NY 10075

Free entrance.
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This program is part of ART², a month-long visual arts festival exploring ideas through seven themes paramount to the international art world.

Institute of Fine Arts, NYU 1 E 78 St, New York, NY 10075

Protocols of Participation: Recent Models of Socially Engaged Art in the United-States and Europe

When
April 23, 2014 - 5:30PM
Where
Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
1 E 78 St, New York, NY 10075

Protocols of Participation: Recent Models of Socially Engaged Art in the United-States and Europe is part of ART², a month-long visual arts festival exploring ideas and themes paramount to the international art world, which will be presented with more than 20 partner museums, galleries, universities, and non-profit spaces in New York during April 2014.

 

ART & SOCIETY

TALK: Protocols of Participation: Recent Models of Socially Engaged Art in the United-States and Europe
With Creative Time (Laura Raicovich, Nato Thompson) and Nouveaux Commanditaires-Fondation de France (Xavier Douroux, Thérèse Legierse). Moderated by Thomas Crow and Alexander Nagel (Institute of Fine Arts - New York University).
Venue: Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
1 E 78 St, New York, NY 10075

Free entrance.
RSVP required:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Qjjmi2azMQb8Vst1LjhKBla5VVKhdeHPWjH2htoMt1g/viewform

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This program is part of ART², a month-long visual arts festival exploring ideas through seven themes paramount to the international art world.

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