In/Out: Time, Pacing, and Perspective in Socially-Engaged Art
Friday July 31st and Saturday, August 1st, 2015
Welcome to In/Out. Presented by Moore’s Graduate Social & Studio Practice department in collaboration with the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, this two day-long symposium focusing on selected case studies from local, national and international contexts that highlight socially-engaged art from multiple vantage points. This conversation centers on the notion that time is an artistic medium that links many creative community-based projects. We will explore through a variety of forums both in formal settings and out at site visits the ways time can also be leveraged as a finite resource, conceptual frame, mode of building relationships, historical referent, or an organizational principle. Special attention will be given to the subject of time commitment as an often invisible medium that ties the diverse range of complex case studies together. Thank you for joining us today and look for future In/Out gatherings!
Friday, July 31
- 12pm: Welcome Remarks and Lunchtime Keynote Address by Rick Lowe at Moore College of Art & Design (1916 Race St, Philadelphia, PA) – Fox Commons
- 1:30pm-5pm: Site Visits to Neighborhood Time Exchange and Village of Arts & Humanities (Afternoon Trolley Transportation Provided for through registration)
- 5pm-8pm: Final Trolley Stop: In/Out Party at Asian Arts Initiative (1219 Vine St, Philadelphia, PA)
Please note: Trolleys leave from Moore College of Art & Design and culminate at Asian Arts Initiative
Saturday, August 1
Full program on Saturday to be held at Moore College of Art & Design
- 9:00am-9:45am: Breakfast and Opening Remarks
- 9:45am: Saturday Keynote Address by Walidah Imarisha
- 11:00am-12:30pm: Panel #1: Immigrant Movement International, Corona
- 12:30pm-1:30pm: Lunch (Fox Commons)
- 1:30-3:00pm: Panel #2: Chicago Torture Justice Memorials
- 3-330pm Coffee Break
- 3:30-5:00pm: Closing Panel – The Long Now: A Philadelphia Roundtable featuring:
Denise Brown (Leeway, Bread & Roses, and Scribe), Helen Haynes (Chief Cultural Officer – Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy, City of Philadelphia), Aaron Levy (Slought), Selina Morales (Philadelphia Folklore Project), Gretjen Clausing (PhillyCAM), Shira Walinsky (City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program and Southeast by Southeast).
A short reception will follow the program at Moore.
For additional video documentation and the program booklet click here.