Brandeis School of Creative Arts and MusicUnitesUs presents:
Making a Difference Through the Arts: The Practice of Cultural Advocacy
Tuesday, March 13
Laurie Theater, Spingold
Refreshments will be served!!!
The stakes for cultural development work have never been higher. Join leaders in the practice of cultural advocacy as they share innovative programs that use the arts to sow transformative social change and strengthen social justice. Join a lively and inspiring dialogue as panelists share some of the strategies and lessons learned as cultural advocates in the 21st century.
Moderator: Theodore Levin, Senior Project Consultant, Aga Khan Music Initiative; Chair of the Arts and Culture Program, Open Society Foundations; Arthur R. Virgin Professor of Music, Dartmouth College
• Jessye Kass ’13, Cofounder, Attukwei Art Foundation, Ghana
• Richard Kurin, Under Secretary for History, Art and Culture, Smithsonian Institution
• Zeyba Rahman, Director, Asia and North America, Fez Festival of World Sacred Music
• Ethel Raim, Artistic Director, Center for Traditional Music and Dance, New York City
For information on other events related to the panel (March 12–13), visit musicunitesus.info/panel.html
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