Schedule of Events

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14

11:30 – 1:00
Lunch

1:15 – 3:15
Roundtable:  Eco-Art: A Radical Lens to Galvanize Consciousness and Action

with Timothy Collins & Reiko Goto, Jackie Brookner and Susan Leibovitz Steinman, moderated by Ruth Wallen, Adrian Ivakhiv, respondent
Haybarn

3:30 – 5:30
What Our Distance Produces: On the Value of Doubling Description
Judith Leeman, Kenneth Bailey & Najma Nazy’at of the Design Studio for Social Intervention
Haybarn

3:30 – 5:30
First and Last. The Field of Distribution
Alex Young with Mary Mattingly, Max Goldfarb, Jordan Dalton, Paul Lloyd Sargent, Sam Sebren and Liz Flyntz
Clockhouse

5:30 – 6:45
Dinner
Join us for follow-up conversations on roundtable topics at dinner (hosts TBD)

7:00 – 9:00
EVENING PERFORMANCES & INSTALLATIONS:

Love Letters
Ju-Pong Lin with Lise Brody
A suite of performative video letters reflecting on the desire for home, the politics of homemaking and housecleaning, and the ecology of the home.

Haybarn

Agent Orangerie
Katerie Gladdys, jj higgins & Jeremy Mikolajczak
Orange juice has the power to turn black and white video to color, make the sun rise, and spare a person from drinking calcium-rich cocktails of pureed sardines and turnips.  A stroll through the greenhouse explores the relationship between advertising images, agriculture, and the factory.
Cottage and Cottage Lawn

Triage Fannypack
Beth Nixon
An investigation of time, emergency, and scarcity, in which one woman explores the adaptability of the triage system to her refrigerator, her Saturday evening, and the environmental crisis, as well as its failures to take into consideration what is beneath the surface.
Haybarn

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15

7:30 – 8:00
Attention as Art

City Meditation Crew
Location TBD

7:30 – 8:45
Breakfast

Ongoing
Eaarth/Peace Oratorio, an evolutionary ecology of science, sound, movement, and art: Choral composition and set design
Cameron Davis & Sam Guarnaccia
Clockhouse

8:45 – 10:30
Roundtable: Breaking Dominant Narratives

with Rebecca Keller, Owen/Driggs and Daniel Peltz, moderated by Megan Sandberg-Zakian
Haybarn

8:45 – 10:30
Queering Ecologies
Rick Benjamin and Peter Hocking
Clockhouse

10:45 – 12:30
Roundtable: Pedagogies of Social Change: New Models of Teaching, Learning and Knowing

with Anne Beffel, Wendy Coburn & Johanna Householder and Lynne Constantine & Suzanne Scott, moderated by Laiwan
Haybarn

10:45 – 12:30
Roundtable: Collective and Activist Art Practices: Intervention or Engagement?

with the Beehive Design Collective, Big Car Collective, and Dara Greenwald with Denisse Andrade, Sarah Kanouse & Sarah Ross
Clockhouse

12:30 – 1:45
Lunch & lunchtime conversations:

Multispecies Picnic
hosted by Karin Bolender, Eben Kirksey & Deanna Pindell
Haybarn

Lunchtime conversation on Breaking Dominant Narratives
hosted by Lisa Strier

Lunchtime conversation on Pedagogies of Social Change
hosted by Lynne Constantine & Suzanne Scott

2:00 – 3:45
PING CHONG: All Islands Connect Under Water (Keynote Presentation)
Haybarn

4:00 – 6:00
Roundtable:  The Artist’s Role in creating New Economies of Distribution

with Charlene Désir, Katerie Gladdys, jj higgins & Jeremy Mikolajczak, Pam Hall, and Ju-Pong Lin
Haybarn

4:00 – 6:00
Refusal to Submit: restoring subjective reality through acts of embodiment (Workshop)
Stacy Dawson Stearns
Manor Oak Room

6:00 – 7:15
Dinner

7:00 – 7:30
Attention as Art

City Meditation Crew
Location TBD

7:30 – 9:00
A radical reconsideration of interdisciplinary art

Jackie Hayes and Danielle Boutet
Haybarn

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16

7:30 – 8:00
Attention as Art

City Meditation Crew
Location TBD

7:30 — 9:00
Breakfast

9:00 – 10:45
Roundtable:  Problematizing the Artist in Community Art… or… Ownership/Ethics/Aesthetics of the Artist in Community

with Lara Lepionka & Stevens Brosnihan, Katt Lissard, and Cynthia Rubin, moderated by Beth Nixon
Haybarn

11:00 – 12:45
Final Roundtable:  Making, Meaning and Context:  A Radical Reconsideration of Art’s Work

with Ping Chong, Timothy Collins & Reiko Goto, and Janeil Engelstad moderated by Pam Hall
Haybarn

1:00 – 2:00
Lunch

Rethabile Malibo is a director, writer and actor who teaches in the English Department’s Theatre Unit at the National University of Lesotho. She is also a co-founder and facilitator of the Winter/Summer Institute. Her research interests include public health communication through the arts; and the use of Theatre for Development to address socio- political and economic issues in southern Africa. Most recently, Malibo served as scriptwriter for an HIV/AIDS radio drama for Lesotho’s Ministry of Health, and was both writer and road-show coordinator for a Land Rights Registration and Awareness campaign funded by a Millennium Challenge grant. As an actor, she garnered praise at the 2010 Women in Theatre and Dance Festival at Newtown’s Market Theatre in Johannesburg for her featured role in the play ‘Mantsopa.

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