The Creative Time Summit
Friday, November 14: California College of the Arts
Monday, November 17: UC Berkeley
Co-hosted with CCA Graduate Fine Arts Department and ART SCHOOL X
Friday, November 14
9:00am – 5:00pm
Day One of Creative Time Summit at CCA
California College of the Arts, San Francisco Campus
Broadcast Streaming: Timken Hall, from 9- 3:35 AM
Gathering, conversation, food: 3:45-5PM
The Creative Time Summit is an annual conference that brings together cultural producers–including artists, critics, writers, and curators–to discuss how their work engages pressing issues affecting our world. For the past two years, ARC’s streaming of the Summit has provided a collective viewing experience for Bay Area artists, curators, scholars, and activists who are concerned with arts and social change. In the past, the Arts Research Center and the California College of the Arts partnered with Creative Time to host a live-streaming of the Summit.The 2014 Summit will focus on expanded public practice, investigating uses and potentialities of art in the public sphere, with a focus on practices with social and political implications.
For the 2014 streaming event, we are delighted to once again coordinate with both Creative Time and CCA’s Graduate Fine Arts Department, in addition to Stephanie Syjuco’s Social Practice class project ART SCHOOL X. On Monday, at UC Berkeley, we will welcome ARC Artist in Residence Rick Lowe from 9:00am-12:00pm as he engages with students, faculty, and the public as we re-broadcast the second day of Creative Time Summit taking place in Stockholm. The remainder of they day will be open to the public to watch the Summit, converse among yourselves, and have a coffee on ARC!