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Compromise and Action: Participating in a Global Art World

May 10, 2:00 pm

What does it mean for art institutions to operate in a world where censorship exists? Is it possible for museums to be both targeted by censorship and the perpetrators of it? How can museums use their platforms and resources to amplify the work of artists at risk?

Join two arts professionals, Tania El Khoury, Artist and Director of the Center for Human Rights & The Arts at Bard, and Laura Raicovich, writer and curator, for a conversation on the uncomfortable truths about institutional self-censorship and the critical work currently being done to reinvigorate cultural spaces.

Presented by ‘Artists at Risk Connection‘ and ‘Art at a Time Like This.’

Dangerous Art, Endangered Artists is an event series featuring interdisciplinary discussions to highlight the challenges of censorship faced by artists around the world and foster unity within the artistic community in defense of artistic freedom and human rights.

Visit https://artistsatriskconnection.org/ for more information about Dangerous Art, Endangered Artists, including the conference held on June 7-8 at BRIC.

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