Archive for the ‘Conversations’ Category

Idea Lab Conversation: Carmon Colangelo

Idea Lab Conversation: Arts + Community with Carmon Colangelo
Wednesday, March 10 at 1 PM

How can organizations and artists work together to support vibrant communities? Join Carmon Colangelo, artist, dean of the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis, and founding director of Ideas for Creative Exploration. Free and open to the public via Zoom.

Carmon Colangelo portfolio
samfoxschool.wustl.edu/portfolios/faculty/carmon_colangelo

Socially Engaged Practice at Sam Fox School
samfoxschool.wustl.edu/engage

Idea Lab Conversation: Andrew Salinas

Idea Lab Conversation: Arts + Community with Andrew Salinas
Wednesday, February 24 at 1 PM

How can organizations and artists work together to support vibrant communities? Join Andrew Salinas, Chair of the Athens Cultural Affairs Commission, a group that advises the Athens-Clarke County Unified Government on cultural affairs and aesthetic development of the built environment. Free and open to the public via Zoom.

Resources:

Athens Cultural Affairs Commission
www.athensculturalaffairs.org

Arts In Community Resilience Award
www.athensculturalaffairs.org/arts-in-community-resilience-award-recipients/

Public Art Master Plan
www.athensculturalaffairs.org/category/master-plan/

Idea Lab Conversation: Stephanie Raines

Idea Lab Conversation: Arts + Community with Stephanie Raines
Friday, February 19 at 1 PM

How can organizations and artists work together to support vibrant communities? Join Stephanie Raines, artist advocate, independent curator, and Arts Division Administrator of the Athens-Clarke County Unified Government. Free and open to the public via Zoom.

Resources:

Cities, Museums and Soft Power
By Gail Dexter Lord and Ngaire Blankenberg

Making Your Life as an Artist
By Andrew Simonet

Athens-Clarke County Unified Government Arts Programs
www.accgov.com/617/Arts

Alliance of Artist Communities: jobs, residencies & event info
artistcommunities.org/

Joan Mitchell Foundation: Legacy planning for artists
www.joanmitchellfoundation.org/professional-development

Springboard for the Arts: great downloadable resources
springboardforthearts.org/

AS220: practice//practice professional development for arts administrators
practicepractice.as220.org/

VoCA Network: Interdisciplinary programming on contemporary art
voca.network/

Idea Lab Conversation: Arts + Food

Idea Lab Conversation: Arts + Food
Wednesday, February 10 at 1 PM

How do the arts intersect with local and global issues of food production, access, and waste? Join Ideas for Creative Exploration Graduate Research Assistant Elizabeth Boyce to see examples of projects and to learn more about the UGA Foodshed initiative.

Links:

UGA Foodshed Initiative
sustainability.uga.edu/community-engagement/foodshed/

501 See Three’s “Pang!”
www.pangpodcast.com

Childsplay’s “Maddi’s Fridge”
www.childsplayaz.org/maddi

CENAS: The People’s Cook
groundworks.io/projects/4

Sweetwater Foundation
www.sweetwaterfoundation.com

Wormfarm Institute
www.wormfarminstitute.org

Idea Lab Conversation: Arts + Funding

Idea Lab Conversation: Arts + Funding
Friday, November 13 at 3 PM

How has Congress considered the arts in its trillion dollars of coronavirus relief funding? Join Brandon LaReau, PhD student, artist, and activist for an informal overview of the ways the federal government has attempted to provide relief funding to artists and venues forced out of work due to the global pandemic.

Links

National Independent Venue Association
www.nivassoc.org

United States Congress
www.congress.gov

More about cultural policy:

Podcast interview with Steven Tepper
ideasforcreativeexploration.com/podcasts/ice007.html

More information on the 2020 Spotlight on the Arts festival, including a schedule of events, can be found at arts.uga.edu as well as on the Arts Council Facebook page (facebook.com/UGAarts), Twitter feed (@UGA_arts) or Instagram (instagram.com/uga_arts).

Idea Lab Conversation: Madeline Bates

Idea Lab Conversation: Arts + Community with Madeline Bates
Wednesday, October 14 at 2 PM

How can organizations, businesses, and artists work together to support vibrant communities? Join Madeline Bates, Creature Comforts Brewing Company Community Specialist and Program Lead of “Get Artistic,” an initiative to help creative communities thrive. Free and open to the public via Zoom.

Links:

getcurious.com/get-artistic/
getcurious.com/get-artistic-2020/