Can art do good and be good? Are artistic excellence and social impact mutually exclusive ends? Explore world’s best practice in socially-engaged architecture, theatre, visual art and culture.
In this event, Steve Lambert, founder of the Center for Artistic Activism, and Natalie Jeremijenko, director of the Environmental Health Clinic at NYU, will each deliver an insightful keynote followed by a conversation. They will discuss their practice, staging provocative and playful interventions in public space, and approaches to engaging with and effecting change in communities.
Discover exciting new approaches to generating social impact, and the many ways art can raise the profile of worthy causes and elevate the conversation around social inclusion.
Do Good, Be Good: Keynote is part of the Great Ideas Performance Series 2016.
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To purchase conference & keynote packages please phone the Box Office on (02) 9351 7940.
Image credit: Steve Lambert, Tell The Truth (2012)