Enjoy a panel discussion moderated by Laura Flanders and a key note address by Oskar Eustis, director of the famed Public Theater in New York, featuring artists as agents of change celebrating the work of Ben Barber, founder of the “Interdependence Movement”. The artists, activists and scholars featured were chosen to represent the new and inspiring ways in which the arts, culture, and creativity in particular are giving voice to a new generation of activism, in engaging Barber’s Interdependence Movement philosophy. Panelists included: Cristal Chanel Truscott, Ruchira Gupta, Mohsin Mohi Ud Din, Arturo O’farrill.
The event took place this past April at New York University’s Skirball Hall and was promoted jointly by the Performing Arts Library, NYU, Asia Society, and Voices of a People’s History.
You’ll find more information and a link where you can watch the event in its’ entirety at Patreon.